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Don Bosco - Vazhikaatti
Tiruchy, Jan. 6. Don Bosco Anbu Illam, Coimbatore
Don Bosco- Vazhikaatti conducted a five-day Entrepreneurship and Job Acquiring skill Training for Srilankan Refugees at Don Bosco Anbu Illam, Coimbatore. The chief guests were Mr.Thangadurai, Coordinator, and Mrs. Caroline, Don Bosco Anbu Illam, Coimbatore. Rev.Fr.Amalorpavaraj SDB, Director-Vazhikaatti, Mr.C.M.Raja, Career Guidance and Placement Faculty and Mr. Anbazhagan, Job   Placement Faculty were the resource persons for the programme. The programme was conducted for five days from 08th till 12th November. The venue of the programme was the Corporation Hall, Pooluvapatty, Coimbatore. Totally 50 girls participated in the programme and got benefited. The contents of the programme were Entrepreneurship, Personality Development, Time Management, Stress Management, Effective communication  Skill, Personal  Effectiveness, Preparation of Resume, Self - Evaluation and Interview Techniques.
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