Tackling through difficult situations and not letting it influence your work is the need of the hour. Understanding this very fact influences a person’s professional development to a large extent. Now a days your capability to efficiently communicate and present yourself irrespective of the personal and professional turmoil’s is a major skill set to succeed in life. As we believe in shaping our students in all aspects Faculty of Physiotherapy under Association of Sports Health and Fitness organized a webinar
on “Emotional Intelligence”- 21st century skills for students to face any challenge on 12th July 2021. Resource Person of the day was Mr. Akshay Aggarwal, Founder and Director of “ The Psychology solutions”. The Event started with a warm welcoming note by Dr. Prof. Ejaz Hussain , Dean, Faculty of Allied health sciences. The Event was graced by the words of wisdom and encouragement by Pro Vice Chancellor Dr. Prof. Shareef Ahmed. Followed welcoming note and encouragement by Dr. Pooja Anand, Dean, Faculty of Physiotherapy. The Event was an interactive session about the need for being Emotionally stable and intellectual to succeed in life. The speaker emphasized on the fact that a combination of technical skills and social presence is an important factor in developing a fruitful future. He also quoted various examples to showcase how being emotionally grounded and stable can help a person make weighted decisions. The session was moderated by Dr. Karishma Chawla , Faculty of Physiotherapy wherein an introduction to the speaker was given and doubts were taken by the students. It was a very motivating and encouraging session for the students.
The session was attended by more than 150 students. Some of them attended the session from interactive board in their classroom. The speaker interacted with every participant as much as possible. The event ended with a Vote of thanks by Dr. Pooja Anand. She emphasized on more such sessions to take place in SGT University to bring a paradigm shift in the skill sets of the students to deal with patients in difficult times.