Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : soft skills


Inculcating Soft Skills: A Significant Need Of The Hour In 21st Century Workforce

Harikumar Pallathadka

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 3809-3815

A career is an integral part of human life. It pictures one's personality to the
society. In this current scenario, a successful career demands a variety of skills. A person’s
education, training, and work define one's career. It is significant to acquire soft skills to
build a productive career. Soft skills play an imperative role in chiseling a personality. It
guides every individual in shaping the character or refining one's personality on the whole.
Soft skills can be mastered by acquiring and through implementing them in daily life.
Recruiters and company professionals are looking for candidates with good soft skills in
the work environment. The industrialized global market demands employers with practical
soft skills in the workspace. To promote a healthy and excellent workplace, people with
efficient soft skills become mandatory, and it has become a critically vital factor for the
smooth flow of the function.

A Systematic Review Of Requisite Focused Soft Skills For Employability

C G Prakash; Prof KavitaLaghate

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1485-1493

This paper is a systematic review of the literature study of focussed skills which are demanded by the
industry . Using systematic researches across two decades of publications , journals were selected for review
.Key findings of the review include motivations : to enhance employability by addressing the skills in demand ;
barriers : resistance to change and lack of knowledge of requirements ; and limitations such as absence of
focus on employment while designing and rolling out curriculum of post graduate management students

Self-Assesment Instrument Model Competency Levelof Outdoor Education Coaches Co-Curriculum Center In Malaysia

Omar Firdaus Mohd Said; Md Amin Md Taff; Ahmad Hashim

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 5997-6007

The aim of this study is to evaluate the instrument model competency level of outdoor education coaches co-curriculum center among state zone in Malaysia. This study is fundamental in looking for the competency level among outdoor coaches co-curriculum center in Malaysia. The methodological approach taken in this study is quantitative research with pre-experimental “one shot case study” approach. Stratified Sampling methods were used by researcher in this study. N = 240 outdoor education coaches were selected as respondents in this study. They were a population of outdoor education coaches of co-curriculum center in Malaysia. To compare the different level competency of outdoor education coaches state zone in Malaysia, the researcher used aone-way ANOVA analysis. Findings shown no significant differences for attribute foundations towards the level competency of outdoor education coaches co-curriculum state zone in Malaysia is =.284. Attribute hard skills show no significant differences which is =.562. Meanwhile, for attribute soft skills, there is asignificant difference which is =.034. For attribute meta skills findings shown, there is a significant difference towards the competency level of outdoor education coaches co-curriculum center among state zone in Malaysia, which is =.002. Overall, from these findings, researcher found the competency level of outdoor education coaches co-curriculum center among state zone in Malaysia conquered the main attribute of soft skills and meta skills.