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Personality Development Club

The motto of Personality Development Club is to develop character with competence. The club emphasizes on invoking hidden soft skills which are very vital to stay and deal in the current scenario of cut-throat competition. Thus, the club conducts various workshops and training sessions by various experts from the professional world so as to develop communication skills, and to learn about technical presentations and industrial etiquettes.

Personality Development Club unlocks the full potential of our students. Aim of this club is to help the students develop their personal skills; uplift their mind set to meet the professional requirements and improve their career prospects. It equips the students to tread the untraded path with dedicated discipline and internal motivation. The institute has well equipped Language Laboratory to facilitate their spoken communication. It also provides various modules to enhance and improve their communication skills, debating skills, discussion skills, interview skills, and business etiquettes to prepare them to adopt themselves with grace and dignity in various corporate sectors.

OBJECTIVES OF PERSONALITY CLUB

It consolidates all its acumen and  energy to mould the youth to become worthy, patriotic citizens and leaders of our great Nation. The students are offered sufficient opportunities and assisted to develop  dynamic personalities with the holistic character formation . The student are trained for sufficient exposure to the realities of life, to understand and empathize with the poor and needy so that they would develop progressive talents to reach out to fellow humans with a tender heart and a helping hand.

ABOUT PERSONALITY

Totality of an individual’s behavioural and emotional characteristics. Personality embraces a person’s moods, attitudes, opinions, motivations, and style of thinking, perceiving, speaking, and acting. It is part of what makes each individual distinct. Theories of personality have existed in most cultures  and throughout most of recorded history. The ancient Greeks used their ideas about physiology to account for differences and similarities in temperament. In the 18th century Immanuel Kant, Charles-Louis Montesquieu , and Giambattista Vico Proposed ways of understanding individuals and group differences; in the early 20th century Ernst Kretschmer and the psychoanalysts Sigmund Freud, Alfred Adler , and Carl Jung offered competing personality theories. Freud’s model rested on the power of psychosexual drives as meditated by the structural components of the id, ego, and superego and the interplay of conscious and unconscious motives. Particularly important was the array of defense mechanisms an individual employed. Jung, like Freud, emphasized unconscious motive but de-emphasized sexuality and advanced a type 1 theory that classified people as introverts and extroverts; he further claimed that an individual personality was a persona (i.e., social façade) drawn from the “ collective unconscious,” a pool of inherited memories. Later theories by Eric H Erikson, Gordon W Allport, and Carl R Rogers were also influential. Contemporary personality studies tend to be empirical (based on administration of projective test or personality inventories) and less theoretically sweeping and tend to emphasize personal identity and development . Personality traits are usually seen as the product of both genetic predisposition and experience. See also personality disorder; psychological testing.

Personality Defined

Personality  can  be defined as consistency in a person’s way of being – that is , long-term consistency in their particular ways of perceiving, thinking, acting and reaching as a person. Organized patterns of thought and feeling and behaviour.

To some extent, people generally do tend to operate in a similar way, day after day, year after year. We’re not talking about specific action  being repeated again and again, like compulsive hand-washing, but about overall patterns, tendencies, inclinations etc . Someone who has tended to be quiet and reserved up to now will probably still tend to be quiet and reserved tomorrow.

It is this general predictability in individuals’ though patterns, behaviour patterns and emotional patterns which defines personality. Or to put it another way:

“ Your personality style is your organizing principle. It propels you on your life path. Represents the orderly arrangement of all your attributes, thoughts feelings , attitudes, behaviours, and coping mechanisms. It is the distinctive pattern of your psychological functioning – the way you think , feel and behave – that makes you definitely you”

What is personality?

Gordon W Allport define Personality is the dynamic organization within the individual of those psychophysical systems that determine his unique adjustments to the environment “ (1937)

 

School – based drug education programme

In higher secondary schools personality club in collaboration with KCBC Madya Virudha Samithi has launched several programme to make aware of during abuse , especially in adolescence  project

We have conducted programme like’

1.    Anti drug day rally

2.     Poster competition on drug abuse .

3.     classes on the adoer effect of drug use by expert.

4.     Touching experience shared by Alcoholic Anonymous.