Shoolini University completes 200 SPRINT editions

The Skill development programme, Skill Progression through Rapid Intensive and iNnovative Training (SPRINT), has completed 200 editions at Shoolini University. 

The SPRINT was started in 2012 as a brainchild programme of Vice Chancellor Prof Atul Khosla. Initially, it was started only for MBA students but on the basis of the recruiters’ feedback, and the impact it had on the overall personality of the students and their placements, Undergraduate (UG) and Postgraduate (PG) students were also introduced to it. A credit course, every student has to attend 3-5 days of SPRINT sessions in each semester.

Director of SPRINT Mrs Poonam Nanda, who is also Dean Students Welfare, said the SPRINT emphasised on enhancing the overall personality of students through various activities like interview skills, personality development with experts from different industries and educational intuitions, as well as from the university.

Being a dynamic programme, continuous efforts were made to improve and change strategies as per industry requirements. “When the pandemic hit the nation, the university immediately switched to eSPRINT and held the sessions online,” she added.

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