Personality Development Programme

Personality Development Programme

Personality Development Programme (PDP) is aimed at increasing Employability of the Students. Some of the salient features of the program include

Functional grammar in Standard English
Speaking skills
Interview skills
Personal Interviews
Quantitative ability
Group Discussions
Verbal Ability
Mock Tests
Special Sessions

Functional grammar in standard English

Parts of speech
Clauses and phrases
Parts and Types of a sentence
Grammatical requirements in correct sentences

Speaking Skills

Inputs on speech i.e. Pronunciation
Clarity and Diction (Pace and Pause)
Verbal summaries
Spur-of-the-moment talks
Role-play and situational Skits
Just a Minute


The different types of issues that are asked for in campus recruitment papers are covered in this field. Analytical Reasoning, number/letter sequence, analogies, odd man out, path sense, coding/decoding, routes and networks, binary logic, Venn diagrams/cubes, etc. (puzzles, linear/circular arrangement, etc.).

Group Discussions

Group Discussion Preparation is focused on Situation Response, Group Tasks on a range of subjects from general to technical. The emphasis is on imaginative and critical thought, group action, group initiative, interpersonal skills. Discussions of the Mock Group will be followed by a feedback session for the entire class, which will also watch the GD. When deciding on the formation of the community during the GD, care is taken to try to give bad communicators in the class special attention.

Mock Tests

The mock tests help the students in each area to evaluate their performance.

Personal Interviews

Interview sessions focus on Interview tips
Interview attending skills, etiquette and Presentation Skills
Mock interviews are conducted with feedback session and Tips

Quantitative Ability

The various topics which are covered includes Equations, Ratio Proportion and Variation, Percentages, Profit and loss, Simple and Compound Interest, Numbers, Progressions, Time and Work, Time and Distance, Data Interpretation, Data sufficiency, etc.

Verbal Ability

The Various types of questions like jumbled paragraphs, sentence corrections, fill in the blanks, antonyms, synonyms, word pair analogies, Verbal – Non-Verbal aspects, Functional Grammar, Vocabulary Enhancement etc., are discussed with the help of classroom handouts