Thursday, 27 August 2015

Improve the Communication Skills

PGDM Aspirant needs to master his communication skills to perform exceptionally well and prove his mettle while studying as well as in the corporate world. One should definitely have an edge over the other candidates, if he has excellent and impressive communication skills.
Let us go through some handy tips to improve the communication skills:
  • Read a lot. Reading is the key to an effective communication. Pick up any magazine, journal, novel or for that matter the daily newspaper and do make it a habit to read it aloud. It has generally been observed that when an individual speaks, he falls short of words. The words are somewhere hidden in his brain and refuse to come out. When you read aloud, after sometime, words automatically fall into your mouth and thus improve the communication skills. If you come across any new word, do check out its meaning and try to add it in your speech the next time you speak. Reading also enhances your general knowledge and makes you aware of what is happening around you. Read anything which interests you.

  • Who says Television is an Idiot Box ? One can gain a lot while watching Television. If you are watching any talk show or interview of any great personality don’t just stare at the pictures, try to follow the way participants interact with each other, carefully observe their accent and also learn new words from them. It is okay to watch movies sometimes but not always, an PGDM Aspirant must watch some educative channels to improve their general knowledge as well as communication skills. Remember there is no end to learning. An individual can learn new things at any age. While interacting with anyone, if you come across any unknown word, do not feel shy or hesitate to find out its meaning. No one will make fun of you, instead would appreciate you for your initiative to learn more.

  • A child has to first learn alphabets to be able to make new words. In the same way, for an effective communication one should be very clear with the basic concepts of communication. Learn tenses, homophones, homographs, heterographs, vowels, consonants, verbs, phonetics as they are the stepping stones to an effective communication. Ignoring the above things will never let you communicate correctly and effectively. Always adopt a step by step approach.

  • Be patient. Don’t be in a hurry to hone your communication skills in a day or so. There is no medicine or any magic stick which can improve your communication skills in a day. You have to be patient and give yourself time. Never feel dejected if others speak better English than you, instead learn from them and seek their guidance. It is rightly said” Practice makes a man perfect”. Practice a lot. Whatever language you want to master on, try to interact in the same language with your friends and family for the perfect flow of words. Never feel embarrassed if you are wrong, learn from your mistakes. Stand in front of the mirror and speak to yourself. Ask yourself questions and answer them. Be your own critic. It works. 
  • One has to be very confident and must adopt the right attitude. Nothing is possible if you don’t have the right approach and attitude. Motivate yourself to communicate effectively. Whenever you learn a new word, treat yourself with a chocolate.

  • Your thoughts ought to be very clear for an effective communication. Haphazard and unorganized thoughts lead to an ineffective communication. Be very clear what you intend to communicate. Don’t just speak for the sake of speaking. Carefully select sensible and relevant words to put your thoughts into a content to be shared with others. Don’t keep half of your words in mouth, speak properly and clearly. You yourself have to be very clear with your thoughts for others to understand it well. Design your content by keeping the audiences in mind and don’t make it complicated. Keep it simple.

  • Be a patient listener. An individual cannot be a good communicator, unless and until he is a good listener. Never interrupt any speaker in between The other individual might not be as learned as you, but you should always respect his opinions. Even if the other person is wrong, don’t criticize him; instead wait for your turn to speak. Always listen to the other side of the story and then only give your expert comments.
  • A PGDM student throughout his two years of academics has to do exceptionally well in presentations and seminars. You just can’t escape them. One has to be a very good speaker to fair well in presentations and stand apart from the crowd. Never ever panic and do create a friendly ambience while delivering a presentation. One has to understand the importance of non verbal communication as well. Keep a control on your hands and emotions while speaking. Don’t play with your pen or handkerchief and never smile unnecessarily. Don’t start sweating in between presentations. The audience will never bite you, so please do make an eye contact with them. Do not forget to greet them well with a warm smile.
PGDM doesn’t only mean learning the four P’s of marketing or cramming Philip Kotler. It’s much more than that. One needs to be an extrovert and must know how to brand oneself. You must know how to position yourself in the market place and impress others. Be very careful about your pitch and tone. Never murmur while speaking. Don’t speak too slowly or never be in a hurry to speak. Speak loudly and clearly so that you are audible to one and all. No one will notice you if your tone and pitch is not clear and you will be lost in the crowd.

Friday, 14 August 2015

Unique Training

       Unique Training in Christ Institute Of Management

  • LMS - CIM faculties and students, do access a virtual platform of learning management system (LMS) named as MyLabs of Pearson and Moodle which enables an instructor with a way to create and deliver content, monitor student participation, and assess student performance. A learning management system may also provide students with the ability to use interactive features such as threaded discussions, video conferencing, and discussion forums.

  • BEC - CIM provide the students with a certification of British English Council (BEC) which is affiliated to Cambridge University Press. They have certified teachers to help you learn English using a curriculum developed and proven through more than 75 years of experience and in over 110 countries. The English courses in India are designed around the specific needs of learners of all ages. So whether you wish to improve your general level of English, develop your career or want to secure a place at a university at home or abroad, this is the real platform which can help you reach your goal.

  • Xed Intellect - CIM also provide with Xed Intellect, an end to end Training, Assessment and Placement Assistance organization. They conduct current affairs assessments for our PGDM students by building the habit of reading news through the program which contains news update via SMS/App, weekly current affairs newsletters and fortnightly quizzes.

Thursday, 13 August 2015


Management education is an academic discipline by which students are taught to be business leaders, managers and university professors in business education. Management education focuses on training future business leaders. Through theory and knowledge of management practice, students learn how
to develop the leadership capabilities necessary to run a team of workers. Part of the curriculum focuses on assessing and evaluating teams in order to examine the role as a manager. People who specialize in management education must be able to adapt to changes in laws, regulations and trends.

Few of the advantages of Management education are:
  •   A Good Grasp on the Realities of Business
  •   Learn Teamwork
  •   Learn How to Manage People
  • A Variety of Career Choices


As a part of PGDM curriculum, the students of Batch 2017-19, presented their colloquium 3 of Dissertation. At this stage of their study t...