“Grooming Session”

“Grooming Session”

Language is “the infinite use of finite means.” – Wilhelm Von Humboldt

Etiquettes and language both affect your success and professional image in the workplace. Whether professional or business casual your behavior sets standards of acceptance. Etiquettes at or above expectations conveys professionalism and respect for the employer and your colleagues. Using appropriate language also affects your reputation. So these two points keeping in mind we organized a session for first year students named “Grooming Session” under AARAMBH on 03 – 09 October 2018. Guest speaker of the session was Mr. Tapas Barai with his assistant Aditi Jain from Bhopal. Objective of the program was to understand importance of English language with its correct use and to learn professional etiquettes.

As we know that English is the most commonly spoken language in the world. One out of five people can speak or at least understand English. English is the language of science, of aviation, computers, diplomacy, and tourism. It is also the official language of 53 countries. It is a first spoken language by around 400 million people around the world. Main key points of the session were importance of English in Life, syllables, sounds, word endings, commonly used words, process specific words, parts of speech, voice modulation, importance of respect, confidence building, importance of English in social media, body language, dressing sense, school to college and at the end they motivated the students for English in career and life etc.

It was rightly quoted by Clarence Thomas that “Good manners will open doors that the best education can’t.”

This workshop successfully conducted by Prof. Shuchi Shah (In charge AARAMBH). Total 426 students availed the workshop.