Student Progression Plan

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Students Progression Plan (SPP) is an initiative of Tula’s Institute to make the budding engineers and managers to bloom into the corporate sector and enhance their inner beauty and make them sustainable in every walk of life.

The program aims to teach the students on all the skills required to compete in the Corporate World.

The Program focuses on the aptitude as well as the personality of the students. Along with this students are also taught on how to be creative and innovative.

Some of the salient features of the program include:

  • Communicating Better & Attitude building
  • How to Crack every Interview
  • Methods to crack Group Discussions
  • Verbal Ability
  • Quantitative ability
  • Reasoning
  • Mock Tests

Communicating Better & Attitude building

  • Consonant-vowel combinations
  • Vowel-consonant combinations
  • Building words
  • Language Lab sessions
  • Names of numbers
  • Days, months, seasons and directions
  • Relationships
  • Parts of body, common ailments
  • Role-plays
  • Silent letters
  • Names of professions
  • Functional words
  • Prefixes and suffixes
  • Making a request
  • Simple sentences used in everyday conversation
  • Useful words, action words, and information about action
  • Vocabulary Building

How to Crack every Interview & Methods to crack Group Discussions

All concepts of Interviewing – from ‘CV making’ to ‘introducing yourself’ , ‘What to prepare, how to Prepare are covered. Increasing their confidence while facing Group Discussions, communicating effectively during Group Discussions and Interviews.
Realizing and making them aware of their short comings and weak areas which need to be improved. Providing them with techniques which will help them in making a positive impact in their Group Discussion and Interviews

Verbal Ability: Specific meaning of this term varies, depending upon the manner in which a given test measures this ability. Generally refers to oral or spoken language abilities. The areas covered in this section Synonyms, Antonyms, Spotting Errors, Selecting Words, Spellings, Sentence Formation, Ordering of Words, Sentence Correction, Sentence Improvement, Completing Statements, Paragraph Formation, Comprehension, Idioms and Phrases etc

Quantitative ability: The quantitative aptitude test measures the numerical ability and accuracy in mathematical calculations. The questions range from purely numeric calculations to problems of arithmetic reasoning, graph and table reading, percentage analysis, categorization and quantitative analysis. The quantitative aptitude test measures the numerical ability and accuracy in mathematical calculations. The questions range from purely numeric calculations to problems of arithmetic reasoning, graph and table reading, percentage analysis, categorization and quantitative analysis

Reasoning: Reasoning is thinking that involves inference, that is, the process whereby one proposition (conclusion) is arrived at and accepted on the basis of other propositions (premises) that were originally accepted.

Reasoning is mainly of Six types:-

  1.  Analytical Reasoning
  2. Logical Reasoning
  3. Mathematical Reasoning
  4. Visual Reasoning
  5. Data Sufficiency
  6. Data Interpretation

Mock Test: Students are tested regularly by testing their aptitude skills, these mock test help the students to track their improvement and performance.