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Going beyond the horizons of textbooks and making something innovative is certainly a measure to improve an individual in practical terms. Workshops, seminars and conferences held at regular intervals do perform the same motive for a student.

Students participating in various workshops can always work on their leadership qualities thereby giving it the proper boost to grow. Skills like learning, communicating, listening and experiencing new bonding can be developed through such platforms which have immense value for students and their upcoming future and subsequently help in their employability.

CERTINATION organizes regular workshops on various related topics for every stream and encourage the students to participate and develop their knowledge and capabilities.



A seminar is a presentation, set on a particular topic or group of topics, put forth by an expert in the field. As we are all aware lots of researches and studies are carried out various subjects around the world. There is a sense of friendship associated with seminar attendance, because everyone is attending with a like interest in learning about something new important to them. These updates on various fields cannot be included in the student curriculum. The importance of seminars is the wealth of knowledge presented and gained during them. The students have to always keep their eyes on what new things are arriving day by day.

Seminars are capable of keeping the students updated with the technologies and provide the latest information about the things which are happening in science and technology. Students cannot improve their knowledge from textbooks alone. They must take part in various seminars on latest topics. CERTINATION understands & gives due importance to this phenomenon and various national as well as international level seminars on different educational topics are organised on a regular basis at various venues for the benefits of students as well as teachers under faculty development programme. These events help both the students and the faculty in their capability up gradation.