CONTRIBUTOR PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT Modified on 13 March

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A Background, The Contributor Personality Program has been designed keeping in mind the following. 1 0 Technology students should not only be excellently trained in the technological field. they should acquire soft skills if they are to be successful Every student must also learn. about the techniques of effective participation in a group discussion He she must learn. to prepare his her resume and he she should also be groomed for presenting. himself herself at an interview, 2 0 There is a great need to equip students with not only the right skill sets but also the right. 3 0 The mind sets needed in today s environment must support both i effective action and. ii Values and service oriented behaviour, Effective action without human values can lead to personal benefits for individuals but a. long term cost to both nation and society Human values without effective action can lead. to an inability on the part of the individual to perform and flourish in today s. environment, This combination of effectiveness with human values is crystallized in the concept of. contributor ship, 4 0 Students who adopt and develop the right mindsets early in their professional career are.
able to bring about a positive and sustainable change in their overall personality. They are able to grow the right approaches to their peers seniors industry and their own. future They become more responsible and capable of shaping their own lives. Therefore the program may be rightly called a Contributor Personality Development. 5 0 Any program of this sort must in order to be effective be inspired and guided by a high. ideal and principles practices flowing from that ideal. The Contributor Personality Program is guided by the ideals and ideas of Swami. Vivekananda who represented in his leonine personality the highest ideals of human. values combined with effective action,B Course Outline. Topics 1 6 relate to the basic axioms or mental models that students carry about themselves. about success careers contribution etc The right mental models are a necessary prerequisite. for developing into a Contributor, Topics 7 12 are 6 core practices that will help a student manifest the ideal of contributor ship in. one s life, Topics 13 15 relate to the students capability to connect into the job market. Topic Course Title,1 Who is a Contributor, Student develops an appreciation of who the Contributors are and how they. fundamentally differ from Non contributors in their overall approach to work to. other human beings to society as a whole,2 The Contributor s identity.
Student develops his her own answer to the question who am I The student. becomes aware of the fact that Non contributors usually define themselves in terms of. what they have acquired in life e g qualifications position years of experience etc. while Contributors define themselves in terms of what they will become or. accomplish e g capacity to deliver commitment and ownership of the organization s. purpose etc,3 The Contributor s vision of success, The student explores the meaning of success in his life Through this exploration the. student is expected to recognize that Contributors have a wider definition of success. than Non contributors While Non contributors define success in terms of material. success achievement external impact etc Contributors are able to widen this. definition of success to include personal fulfillment development of self esteem. ongoing development of personal capabilities etc,4 The Contributor s vision of career. The student learns to distinguish between an acquisitive career and a contributive. career An acquisitive career is one in which the career seeker is focused on. acquiring higher position higher salary more benefits etc This preoccupation with. selfish interests often damages the individual s career as well as damages the. organization and society A contributive career is one where the career seeker is. focused on contributing with rewards being a by product of the contributions made. 5 The scope of contribution, The student learns to perceive that in all type of work every type of role there is a. possibility of contributing at multiple levels contributing to self contributing to. organization and contributing to society, The student also appreciates the difference between acquisition for self and. contribution to self the former being material acquisition and the latter being. conscious development of oneself through the medium of one s career. 6 Embarking on the journey to contributor ship, The student recognizes the fundamental building blocks for becoming a Contributor.
the first building block being a shift from a victim to being a creator of one s. destiny the second building block being acceptance of the ideal of contributor ship. the third building block being the willingness to take full responsibility for one s own. development the fourth building block being the capacity to reflect on one s. development and make appropriate modifications,7 Design Solutions. When faced with a challenge the Contributor s first response is Can we find a. solution This is unlike a Non contributor who may respond to the challenge by. trying a little and giving up blaming others or finding excuses to cover up the issue. Whereas the Contributor finds a solution In other words the Contributor develops. the capacity to find solutions through continuous practice and learning from other. Contributors, In this topic students learn the importance of willingness and ability to find solutions. 8 Focus on value, What does creating value mean It means making a positive difference a tangible. impact a specific contribution to any situation This positive difference or impact can. be in the form of achieving a specific goal creating a product creating human touch. in a particular interaction or enhancing one s own capacity or the capacity of one s. colleagues and team mates, Contributors are therefore extremely result focused but the result is measured in. terms of value created, In this topic students learn to clarify the meaning of the word value and how value.
is created in various situations,9 Engage deeply, Contributors are instantly distinguished by the way they approach work They get. involved They are enthusiastic They go deep into the subject In short Contributors. love what they do, This is in direct contrast to Non contributors who want to do only what they love an. approach that seems reasonable until you realize that life and workplaces have so. much variety that you may very often be called upon to do tasks that seem unpleasant. or boring until you get involved, In this topic students learn the importance of engaging deeply with whatever work. they do at work in study in personal life,10 Think in Enlightened Self interest. Contributors think in Enlightened Self Interest In every situation they get into they. find a way to create something good for self and for all at the same time including. team mates bosses customers and their organization. Contrasting to this is the mindset of a Non Contributor Such a person is only. concerned with his her own self interest in a situation He she is not concerned about. the impact positive or negative on the other person This leads to unpleasant. situations broken relationships unhappy team mates subordinates and bosses and. lower trust in any situation, Students are expected to learn to appreciate the importance of thinking win win for.
all stakeholders and also in various situations,11 Practice Imaginative Sympathy. One of the unique qualities of Contributors is their ability to appreciate and. understand others life situation others mental condition and others point of view. How do they do this, They have consciously developed a way of thinking called Imaginative Sympathy. In this way of thinking they are able to give due importance to the human aspects of. a situation and not just the technical or commercial aspects. But this is not all Imaginative Sympathy goes beyond looking at the human aspects. of the situation It also means that Contributors are able to anticipate possible. interactions or reactions they are able to take a multi dimensional view of a situation. and they are able to bring about changes or results while taking everybody along with. Imaginative Sympathy translates itself into active concern for others Students will. learn the importance and consequences of Imaginative Sympathy in a workplace. 12 Demonstrate Trust Behavior, Contributors recognize that they are able to achieve results and make contributions. with the help of other human beings They receive this help if and only if they are. trusted and in turn trust Contributors practice trust behavior from very early in their. career thereby building a huge trust balance like a bank balance over their career. and relationships, The term Trust Behavior may be described as character in action This includes. keeping one s word and commitments staying with a task acting with integrity in. every situation making sure that there is complete transparency in one s actions and. interactions etc, Students are expected to learn to develop a deep appreciation of trust behavior and.
how it is practiced,13 Resume Building, In this topic students learn to develop a resume for the job market Students will. learn to develop both a generic resume and resumes specific to some types of jobs. Students learn about best practices and common errors in developing their resume. Most important students learn to analyze the jobs offered and present themselves in. terms of their potential willingness to contribute to the job. 14 Group Discussions GDs, In this topic students learn i how to participate in a group discussion from the. contributor s view point i e how to speak ii how to contribute to the development. of the topic i e what to speak and iii to develop the Contributor s view point on. various GD topics i e how to interpret a topic of discussion from the point of view of. a contributor,15 Interview Skills, In this topic students learn about i common interview questions and how to develop. answers ii typical challenges faced in interviews beyond the questions such as body. language grooming presentation iii most important the student learns the. importance of trust building and creating confidence in the interview. C Course Plan, The course duration is 48 hours It can be conducted in sessions of 1 hour each or some of the sessions. can be combined as 2 hours each The course plan is as follows. Topic 1 Who is a Contributor 3 hours, 2 hours Theory and practice exercises based on Contributor Personality Program Workbook.
1 hour Presentations and Projects,Topic 2 The Contributor s identity 3 hours. 2 hours Theory and practice exercises based on Contributor Personality Program Workbook. 1 hour Presentations and Projects,Topic 13 Resume Building 4 hours. 2 hours for Concepts Tools and Techniques,2 hours for Projects. Topic 3 The Contributor s vision of success 3 hours. 2 hours Theory and practice exercises based on Contributor Personality Program Workbook. 1 hour Presentations and Projects, Topic 4 The Contributor s vision of career 3 hours. 2 hours Theory and practice exercises based on Contributor Personality Program Workbook. 1 hour Presentations and Projects,Topic 5 The scope of contribution 3 hours.
2 hours Theory and practice exercises based on Contributor Personality Program Workbook. 1 hour Presentations and Projects, Topic 6 Embarking on the journey to contributorship 3 hours. 2 hours Theory and practice exercises based on Contributor Personality Program Workbook. 1 hour Presentations and Projects,Topic 14 Group Discussions GDs 4 hours. 2 hours for Concepts Tools and Techniques,2 hours for Projects and Practice. Topic 7 Design Solutions 3 hours, 2 hours Theory and practice exercises based on Contributor Personality Program Workbook. 1 hour Presentations and Projects,Topic 8 Focus on value 3 hours.
2 hours Theory and practice exercises based on Contributor Personality Program Workbook. 1 hour Presentations and Projects,Topic 9 Engage deeply 3 hours. 2 hours Theory and practice exercises based on Contributor Personality Program Workbook. 1 hour Presentations and Projects, Topic 10 Think in Enlightened Self interest 3 hours. 2 hours Theory and practice exercises based on Contributor Personality Program Workbook. 1 hour Presentations and Projects,Topic 11 Practise Imaginative Sympathy 3 hours. 2 hours Theory and practice exercises based on Contributor Personality Program Workbook. 1 hour Presentations and Projects,Topic 12 Demonstrate Trust Behavior 3 hours. 2 hours Theory and practice exercises based on Contributor Personality Program Workbook. 1 hour Presentations and Projects,Topic 15 Interview Skills 4 hours.
2 hours for Concepts Tools and Techniques,2 hours for Projects and Practice. TOTAL 48 hours,D Examination Approach,Total marks 150 Break up of marks. i Final exam 70 marks equal weightage for topics 1 15. ii Presentations and projects for topics 1 12 30 marks. iii Projects for topics 13 15 50 marks,E Instructional Strategy. 1 0 T h e entire course will use a three level instructional strategy. Level I Classroom Explorations,Level II Projects and Presentations. Level III Self study by students,2 0 L e v e l I Classroom Explorations.
SUBJECT CODE 2990001 B E 1ST YEAR Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching Scheme Credits Examination Marks Total L T P C Theory Marks Practical Marks Marks ESE E PA M ESE Pr Viva V PA I 4 0 0 4 70 30 30 20 150

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