As component of its corporate social duty programme, Majan College organised a youth improvement occasion entitled ‘Mpower’ at its Darsait campus. For the earlier occasion, in June, the initial group of students was from Indian schools from the capital location, but this time it was for regional Indian schools from Ibri, Salalah, Sohar, Ibra, Muladha and Nizwa.
The objective of the occasion was to allow young individuals to learn their accurate possible, and to concentrate on leadership expertise, difficulty solving, team developing and communication. In line with a ‘catch them young’ method, Majan University College realises the value of discovering leadership expertise early in a person’s life and therefore the target group had been higher college students.
The sessions integrated subjects such Unlock your Leadership Potential offering students with a deep awareness about their personal leadership possible and style High Impact Leaders enabling the students to find out about crucial competencies of higher influence leaders Solving Problems via Creative Thinking, assisting students believe outdoors the box when looking for options The Art and Science of Team Building via which students discovered how to apply emotional intelligence in designing and developing teams and Poetry Reinvented, exactly where the students discovered the ethical values, pondering patterns and mindset of a leader via emotional intelligence.
The coaching was performed by Dr Tahseen Arshi, director of Studies in the Faculty of Business Management, and Dr Tulika Mishra, assistant professor in the Faculty of English Language Studies, who engaged students via activities, quizzes and discussion forums. The new Google Chromelab at Majan College proved to be an outstanding venue to enthuse the students with the use of technologies and newest Google apps, which they identified really intriguing and revolutionary.
One of the College’s Associate Deans, Dr Brian Poole, also interacted with the participants and helped them recognise the value of lifelong studying. The dean of the college, Dr Maha Kobeil, addressed the participants following the workshop and distributed gifts and certificates. The students’ feedback showed that they identified the session beneficial, and they also stated that they hoped a single day their schools would have equivalent labs and strategies of teaching to the ones they encountered at Majan University College.
Information Source: Muscat Daily