Destiny

Corvyd Destiny Program

What is the present scenario?

It’s been observed that after Graduation students are just Degree holders and most of them remain unemployed or take up Jobs which they don't like.

Gap between Education and Employability:

Literacy rate in India might be cited at around 74% (in 2011), but the ground reality is that even among the so-called educated youth, 'employability' remains a key challenge. The main reasons behind this are a lack of communication and other finer skills. This is an important gap that needs to be bridged, and we bring to you a program designed by Corvyd which will assure you of great success.

Gap in Academic Syllabus - What Academic Institutions offer v/s What Corporate is looking for?

Our courses are designed to prepare candidates to succeed as they make the transition from school to college education or college education to job industry. The courses emphasizes setting priorities, time management, effective listening, note taking, concentration techniques, retention of information, critical thinking, text analysis and comprehension, and test-taking skills. The course also incorporates modules that are designed to facilitate the use of library data bases in planning and setting educational objectives, lifelong career assessment and decision making, financial aid, tutoring and student support services, enabling the student to maximize the use of college resources.

A few reasons for un-employability:

  • Our Education system is basically THEORY-CENTRIC.
  • Students are not aware of their strengths & weakness, various courses & opportunities
  • Parents are also not aware and many do not have sufficient time to guide them
  • Peer pressure – take up courses which they are not good at
  • Few institutions are taking up the initiative to counsel students to take up the right programme
  • Institutions are only focusing on the University / Board syllabus
  • Candidates are not focussed, don’t have a vision

Facts and Figures of Unemployment rate in India (Source - Mckinsey Report)

Communication: Being able to communicate effectively is most important of all life skills. Developing your communication skills can help all aspects of your life, from your professional life to social gatherings and everything in between. The ability to communicate information accurately, clearly and as intended, is a vital life skill and something that should not be overlooked. It's never too late to work on your communication skills and by doing so improve your quality of life.

Soft Skills: Soft skills are personal attributes that enhance an individual's interactions, job performance and career prospects. Unlike hard skills, which are about a person's skill set and ability to perform a certain type of task or activity, soft skills are interpersonal and broadly applicable.

Soft skills are often described by using terms often associated with personality traits, such as: It's often said that hard skills will get you an interview but you need soft skills to get (and keep) the job.

Personality Development: Personality Development fundamentally means grooming and enhancing ones inner and outer personal to bring in the positive change for your life. Each and every individual features a distinct persona that could be polished, refined and developed. This technique includes improving communication, language speaking abilities and boosting ones confidence, developing certain hobbies, extending ones scope of understanding or skills, manners and studying fine etiquette, including grace and style for the way one appears, walks and talks and total imbibing oneself together with liveliness, positivity and peace.

Corporate training: Employers while recruiting fresh graduates do not seek only excellent academics or correct answers to every question; rather they try to gauge the inner potential and traits of the graduates and try to assess if these traits are in line with what the organization requires. Speakers explain that employers look for a combination of IQ (intelligence quotient) and EQ (emotional intelligence) in candidates. Hence, it is extremely important that fresh graduates be able to back their answers during interviews with practical examples. And these examples can only be gained out of experiences that our corporate training gives them.

Dynamic Life Management: Life management skills is a powerful tool to add a dynamic dimension to your life to decide what is right or wrong based on Universal values, to choose right goals for the simple reason that our Happiness, Success and blissful full state depends more on goal choices than on abilities in different domains of our lives. With a good life management skills program, our time is better planned without waste and we can do justice with little time we have been given on the Earth to complete the work assigned to us.

Foreign Language: While some analysts say that English is becoming the international language of business and society, it always useful to learn a foreign language such as German, French or Japanese. Though such languages may not be quite as widespread as English, they offer rich sets of linguistics and innuendos not found in any dialect of English. The reasons for learning a new language are varied, but the importance of learning foreign languages is universal: it will always benet you in one way or another.

Group Discussion / Debate: A group discussion is an interesting activity where a group of people discuss about a topic. It is sharing of our opinion and known facts with the group. Group discussion is a smart way of recruitment. It saves time and gives more information about the individuals. The factors that are evaluated. •Awareness •Communication skills• Effective communication• Interpersonal skills•Leadership skills•Team play

Debate:

Unlike a group discussion in this activity there will be two teams. One team will speak about only the positive points while other will speak only negative. It is purely an argument.

Debate is a smart way of evaluating the right candidate for a highly responsible job. The participant's behaviour in a debate reveals his attitude. The factors that are evaluated.

  • Communication skills
  • Effective communication
  • Leadership skills
  • Situation handling
  • Patience
  • Stick ability.

Case Studies: Industry experienced mentors regularly help the students to develop their minds and learn real life problem solving through case studies