The object of education is to awaken and develop in the child those physical , intellectual and moral states which are required of him by his society as a whole and by the milieu for which he is specially destined. Education helps the development of the qualities of an individual such as his physical , mental and emotional make-up as well as his temperament and character what is called personality.
The process of education assists the individual to become the sort of person who can stand on his own feet and make his own decisions. He acquires it through taking responsibility for others and through bringing his own individuality to the projects which he has to undertake in schools and college life. Modern methods of education play a good deal of attention to this way of learning. A learner’s personality is also developed indirectly when he is encouraged to form his own attitudes and values by studying outstanding people in history and literature.
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Objectives of having Personality Development programme in PSA Haldwani.
Studies have revealed that an individual’s IQ is not the most important component for success. Instead, the following three factors are considered to be much more important than intelligence in determining success: self-confidence, goal setting, and perseverance.
Your body language is nothing but non-verbal communication which includes the gestures and movements you project. Research has proved that the correct body language can help you connect effectively with others and convey your message across more efficiently.
Actively learn to pay attention and demonstrate to others that you truly value their opinions and what they have too ay. Choose active listening, open-ended questions, with supporting body language, and remove any distractions that impede your ability to listen.
Nothing is more powerful than the treasure of knowledge and the best way to acquire this treasure is to read as much as you can. Research has proved that acquiring new knowledge satisfies an individual’s thirst for competence, which makes them eventually happier.