Saturday 6 February 2016

A Guest Lecture On Interview Skills At Desh Bhagat University, Best University In Punjab

A motivational and knowledgeable guest lecture was organised at best university in Punjab and in top universities in India, Desh Bhagat University on ‘The Art of Being Interviewed Effectively’. A large number of students from different faculties and teaching staff attended it. The learned speaker on this occasion was Ambassador Deepak Vohra IFS (Retd.), Advisor to the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Lesotho. The lecture was especially arranged for the students to boost up their communication skills and encouraged them to adopt positive attitude in routine life.
While addressing the students and all present, Ambassador Vohra said that First Impression is the last impression and you will not get another chance to prove yourself so be polite, confident and active at the time of interview. For an interviewee Art of self presentation, Body language, Effective Communication and Way of Dressing also matter. So, for desired results and success everyone must develop qualities like Creativity, Commitment, Discipline, Humanity, Honesty, Knowledge, Self Motivation and Intuition.  He said that all these qualities are developed by practice, our will power can make every journey easy.
Mr. Vohra encouraged the students to become proactive in every field and do personal audit every day before going to sleep. In his power packed presentation, he discussed on several points and shared his views regarding how to overcome our weaknesses and how to achieve the desired goal. 
The students evinced a keen interest in the lecture and during the interaction session, they asked relevant questions on concerned topic which the learned speaker answered to their entire satisfaction. The students expressed their satisfaction & felt encouraged.
University Chancellor Dr. Zora Singh and Pro Chancellor Tejinder Kaur expressed their happiness and said that such events are very useful for students and this will help in their multi-functional growth.  At the end of the programme, Vice Chancellor Dr. Virinder Singh thanked the learned speaker for sparing his valuable time for the students and hoped that it will prove quite useful for them and the faculty members too.


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