Kakatiya University, National Service Scheme (NSS) team on seven-day life skills training program, organized at University Post Graduate College for Women in Hanamkonda. About 60 volunteers from various colleges were in this program.
This program aimed on 10 core life skills recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO) alike self awareness, empathy, interpersonal relationship, communication, critical thinking, creative thinking, decision making, problem solving, coping with emotions and stress.
MV Ranga Rao Kakatiya University Registrar Prof said that teenagers face various problems and it is transition period. He added Life skills training help them to translate knowledge, attitudes and values into healthy behaviour. Acquiring the ability to adopt healthy behaviour would further improve their lives.
Suresh Lal who is KU NSS program coordinator said life skills were abilities of individuals to adapt and develop positive behaviours that empower them to manage challenges in their day-to-day lives said Suresh Lal who is KU NSS program coordinator.
He added Life skills were important as they enable individuals to think rationally and take positive actions to ensure personal well-being and productive social relationships and thus lead a successful life
Faculty members Thirumala, Dr Sreedevi and Prof Narsimha Sharma were present.