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Soft Skills

Job-related expertise is essential in any profession and in many other careers. However, over the last twenty to thirty years, understanding has grown that perhaps the soft skills may ultimately be more important in determining levels of success.

What are the Most Important Soft Skills?


It’s hard to judge which soft skills are most important, but this list is broadly what employers mean when they talk about good soft skills and the skills which are most likely to enable you to build constructive working relationships with others, or to be a constructive and helpful employee.

1. Communication Skills

Communication skills are always top of the ‘essential skills’ list in any job advertisement. People with strong communication skills can build relationships (from the initial building rapport through to a longer-term relationship), listen well, and vary their communication to suit the circumstances.

If you spend time on nothing else, work on your communication skills.

2. Making Decisions

Valued by employers for many reasons, being able to make decisions is key to getting on in life. Sometimes the actual decision doesn’t even matter; what matters is that you have made one and moved on.

3. Self Motivation

People who are self-motivated get on by themselves. They don’t need close supervision and they are good to work with because they are generally positive about life and can be counted upon to keep going. It also helps to work on your personal resilience and adaptability to change.

4. Leadership Skills

These are the set of soft skills that we least expect someone to develop by themselves. There are many leadership training courses available and much has been written about how to develop your leadership skills. 

Our leadership skills pages describe many of the skills needed for effective leadership and how to develop your leadership style.

5.Team-Working Skills

Like leadership skills, there are many training courses to teach you how to work well in a team. However, there is also plenty of thinking to suggest that good communication skills, particularly good listening skills, together with an ability to build rapport will go a long way to support your ability to work well in a team.

6. Creativity and Problem Solving Skills

Creativity and problem-solving skills are highly valued because they are hard to develop. There are many people who believe that creative thinkers are born, not made, and there are certainly some people who find these skills much easier. But, like other skills, you can develop them if you work to do so and our pages on these topics will give you some ideas about how to do this.

7. Time Management and ability to work under pressure

Many would say that these two skills, which often go hand-in-hand, are more an attitude than a skill. However they can also be developed and honed, which is why we include them as skills. Highly valued by employers, they are also very useful for organising a family or a team, and for making sure that the job gets done.

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Higher Education

All students aspiring to prepare for JEE/NEET/PMT may attend this course. This one year couse gives immense knowledge and practice to students and enable them to attempt the desired paper with confidence. 

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Govt. Jobs

The team of academicians at Aasthan ISET comprises Subject Experts, Engineers, MBAs and Chartered Accountants. This team has immense experience in successfully training students for all Government Job Entrance Exams. These exams have a rigorous selection process and we help our students become capable enough to successfully meet the demands of this process. We provide specialized coaching for Govt. Job exams such as:

  1. IBPS Exams (IBPS-PO, IBPS-Clerk, IBPS-Specialist Officer & IBPS-Interview)
  2. SSC Exams (SSC-Graduate Level, SSC-LDC(10+2), SSC-FCI, SSC-CAPF & SSC-Steno)
  3. SBI Exams (SBI-PO, SBI-PO(Associate Banks), SBI-Clerk & SBI-Clerk(Associate Banks))
  4. Insurance Exams (LIC-ADO, LIC-AAO & National Insurance-Administrative Officer)
  5. CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test)
  6. DSSSB Exams (TGT, PGT, PRT & Other Delhi Govt. Vacancies)
  7. Delhi Police (Sub Inspector & Head Constable)
  8. Railway Entrance Exams (Railway Recruitment Board & DMRC)
  9. Other Govt. Job Exams (ESI, Parliament, CBSE, High Court, Supreme Court etc.)

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To provide unmatched excellent education that enriches lives and creates success for our students.

Learning Philosophy:
At Aasthan ISET, only education matters. Education is not only the means to success but also an end in itself. It is the only path to continuous growth and development. In order to make this journey truly successful, genuine endeavours are required on the part of both the student and the mentor. These endeavours achieve desired results when there is complete harmony between the student and the mentor, as regards all aspects that comprise learning.

However, students differ from one another in terms of their learning potential and have different learning curves. Herein the role of a mentor assumes critical importance; the efficacy of the learning delivered depends on his ability to understand the special requirements of each and every student. If the mentor is able to fine tune the learning process as per these requirements then learning assumes a different dimension altogether. Thus, creating an experience which is truly enriching for both the student and the mentor.

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Skill Development

Developing your skills begins with assessing which skills are important for your desired career development. Read about career skills in the self-assessment section of this website. Speak with your supervisor or manager and other career mentors to identify the types of skills that will help move you forward in your career.

Skill Development means developing yourself and your skill sets to add value for the organization and for your own career development. Fostering an attitude of appreciation for lifelong learning is the key to workplace success. Continuously learning and developing one's skills requires identifying the skills needed for mobility at Cal, and then successfully seeking out trainings or on-the-job opportunities for developing those skills.

Your development should follow the 70-20-10 rule:

70% of your development should come from on-the-job activities and action learning. This can include development experiences like managing a project, serving on a cross-functional team, taking on a new task, job shadowing, job rotation, etc.

20% of your development should come from interactions with others. This includes having a mentor, being a mentor, coaching, participating in communities of practice, serving as a leader in a staff organization, etc.

10% of your development should come from training, including classes, seminars, webinars, podcasts, conferences, etc.

Once you have identified the skills you need to develop to achieve your career goals, your next step is identifying how you will develop your skills. The two main avenues for developing your skills are through the following:

  1. Education and training
  2. Developmental experiences

Education and training can enhance your professional life in a number of significant ways.

  • Completing increasingly advanced levels of education shows your employer that you have a drive and commitment to learn and apply information, ideas, theories, and formulas to achieve a variety of tasks and goals.
  • If you need to acquire subject matter knowledge, education and training is often the most direct way to obtain it in a short amount of time.
  • Obtaining a particular degree or certification may be a requirement for applying for some jobs. Educational requirements are a quick and easy way to narrow down a field of applicants, so if you find yourself competing against others with more education than you, it could be in your interest to obtain the degree, certification, or training to be a competitive candidate.

Education and training can consist of any of the following:

  • Advanced Degrees
  • Professional Certifications
  • Computer Skills Training
  • e-Learning
  • Independent Reading
  • Seminars and webinars through Professional Associations
  • Workshops, Trainings, and Educational Coursework on Campus

Developmental Experiences

While education and training are important to skill development, it is also known that only 10 percent of adult learning happens in the classroom, from books, tapes, or online learning activities. This is often because learning in these formats is more passive. Most adult learning, a full 70 percent, happens by doing. Learning by doing can take place through on-the-job and leadership experiences. 

Following are examples of on-the-job and leadership experiences that can help you develop a range of skills and competencies.


On-the-Job Experience Examples

  • Take on a challenging “stretch” assignment. Some examples:
    • Fill in for your supervisor or manager when they are on vacation
    • Manage a project from start to finish
    • Make a temporary lateral move to another part of the organization
    • Help launch a new business, initiative, or program
    • Help turn around a struggling project
    • Develop a new product or service
    • Teach a process or course to your team or others
    • Run a team meeting or briefing session
  • Seek out critical feedback on how your performance might be improved, then implement a plan to improve your performance.
  • Represent your group at a cross-functional meeting on campus or serve as a liaison between groups on campus.
  • Offer to manage project budgets to develop financial and budgeting competencies.
  • Benchmark other teams that are known for high-performance and/or strong accountability, and create a plan to help your team meet or exceed expectations.
  • Solicit feedback from peers, direct reports, and key constituents regarding a project, departmental program or process that is under-performing. Propose several improvements.
  • Serve as a back-up contact when your supervisor is not available.
  • Take responsibility for writing or reporting on project deliverables.
  • Review your project budget and make recommendations for:
    • Cutting costs
    • Financial strategies that can maximize quality and efficiency

Leadership Experience Examples

  • Serve as a mentor to other colleagues, supervisees, or staff members or help to onboard new colleagues.
  • Lead a project team/manage a group where team members are experts in areas that you are not.
  • Lead a project that requires innovation.
  • Lead a division- or campus-wide project or task force that will have campus policy implications.
  • Assume a divisional liaison role with HR on processes for:
    • Outreach and recruitment
    • Managing people issues
  • Chair a selection committee to fill a position.
  • Speak at a meeting.
  • Present at a conference.
  • Run for a position in a professional association on or off campus.
  • Take on a leadership role in a social, community, or volunteer organization.

These are just some examples of developmental experiences that can help you develop your skills. See additional examples of development experiences in this Experience Inventory handout  (PDF).

The unique experiences that can help you progress toward your career development goals will be created by you, in conjunction with your supervisor or manager. Learning how to communicate to your supervisor that you are open to and desire development experiences is important to getting the opportunity to develop your career skills.

Show openness by being receptive to new ideas and suggestions, by admitting to your need for improvement, and by actively seeking your direct supervisor/manager's feedback. Keep in mind that the end goal is your career development, not the coaching process itself. Even if it's difficult to hear constructive criticism in the short run, if it helps to create development experiences for you it will help your career development as a whole.

Read the steps below for details on how to manage a developmental experience.

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NHAI Recruitment 2015

Posted By: Sandeep Gupta Posted on: 8/9/2015 4:08:04 AM

100 Manager (Tech.) Vacancy – Last Date 18 September 2015

National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) invites Application for the post of 100 Manager (Tech.) on direct recruitment. Apply before 18 September 2015.

Job Location : All India

Job Details :

  • Post Name : Manager (Tech.)
  • No of Vacancy : 100 Posts
  • Pay Scale :



Posted By: Sandeep Gupta Posted on: 8/8/2015 5:08:18 PM

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A consortium of envisioned and dedicated entrepreneurs technocrats  conceived the brilliant idea of AASTHAN ISET  to train and equip young minds of the region in the diverse and specialized fields of contemporary Education, Training, Testing, Calibration, Production, Real Estate, Building, Colon