Student Development

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STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

School of Lifelong Learning grooms students of COER College in multi-dimensional areas thereby enabling them to effortlessly face the challenges of corporate world and also to become a better human being once they pass out from the campus.

Pleasing personality, team skills, decision making capability, ability to think on feet, presentation skills, analytical bent of mind, innovation, communication skills, positive attitude etc are few of the qualities which the trainers of School of Life Long Learning develop among the students.

School of Life Long Learning comprises of 30 trainers having cumulative training and teaching experience of 200 plus years in some of top training companies of the country. They have been veterans in their field and have played a very vital role in framing the entire pedagogy, teaching methodology, framework of the School. School of Life Long Learning starts training students from the first year till final year so that by the time these students reach the end of their program they are capable enough to crack the selection process of the top companies who visit the university for campus recruitment.
The School has been grooming students of B.Tech., M.Tech.,MBA, MCA and BCA.

ENGLISH PROFICIENCY PROGRAM

The new English Proficiency Training program was inaugurated by the renowned educator, Dr. Steven T. Hawkins whose spearheading efforts to bring about positive transformation amongst students are well-known.
The English Proficiency program is the first of its kind and is implemented end-to-end at COER College in-house training centre, to enhance the employability skills of students. Under this program, students are trained from their very first year onwards. The program content is part of the curriculum and is taught like other subjects. The content of the first year is based on basic communication skills with activities which help motivate students to improve communication and presentation skills and develop self confidence. During the second and third year, the program focuses on quantitative and verbal aptitude. Mock interviews and group discussions are regularly conducted. In their final year, students are given extra training during their summer holidays and before they finally face job interviews.

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