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  • Cultivate Quality and Character to Attain Target with Happiness (intended for Inspiring Teachers)**

  • We are not the institutions that once we were And We are not yet the institutions that we want to be **

  • The institutional Processes include:- The Teaching-Learning- Training (lab/workshop)- Extra and Co- curricular Programmes- Value EducationThe success or failure of an institution is seen not by its buildings or roads but by its products and processes. The Products include:- Its Passed Out Graduates- On campus placements- Books and Publications- Research and Patents- Services to the Community The quality of products depends on the Quality of processes And The quality of processes depends upon the people in the Institutions. i.e WE, the people


  • Target 2014-15AcademicInstitution Performance within 50th RankOverall College Result more than 70 %Individual Faculty result more than 80%Proceeding as per Academic Plan without any divergencePre-work for NBABrand BuildingStudent Friendly Campus


  • AdministrationFive admission targetNo seats should be vacantProcurement of equipments/itemsNeat work area (Class room, Labs etc.,)CCC and DCC dutiesCode of conduct


  • To do this we need to know what we are and become what we are capable of fully.To achieve this we need some skills and qualities

  • Positive thinkingyou are what you think you are Norman Vincent Peale.The foundation of success is attitudePositive attitude increases productivity, fosters teamwork, solves problems, improves quality, creates congenial atmosphere, breeds loyalty, increases benefits, fosters good relationships, reduces stress, encourages others and makes us pleasing persons.Positive thinkers are winners who recognize their limitations but focus on their strengths.

  • Positive attitude always says, I will, I am, I shall try, etc.Say to yourself, today is going to be a great day, It will be a happy day, let me make the most of life, etc.This is the day the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad (Ps 118: 24; Bible).Look for positive aspects in every person and every situation.Everything in life comes with a struggleStory of butterflyKentucky Fried Chicken Colonel Sanders recipe 1009 denials.

  • Self-confidenceHaving firm belief in oneself, abilities and powerIt helps to turn negatives into positivesSelf-confidence leads to good self-image and self-esteemIt leads to happy and fulfilling lifeHelps to be open to opportunities and challengesIt increases our productivityExamples Beethoven deaf but best musicianD. Roosevelt paralytic best president of USA Wilma Rudolph Polio Olympic Gold Medal. -

  • ContAuto-suggestion will boost our self-confidenceI am capable, I am fortunate, I am confident, I am intelligent, etc.If God be for us, who can be against us (Rom 8:31, Bible)Feelings of confidence depend upon the type of thoughts that habitually occupy our mind

  • Self-MotivationMotivation refers to a desired behaviour to achieve something.It is the key to happiness and successDeciding where we want to go and what we want to do goal-setting and actionsIt helps us to make the most of various opportunities. Self-motivation begins with self-belief.

  • ContIdentify your work and activitiesPut that down in writingPrepare the practical steps to achieve the goal or goalsIdentify the qualities and behaviour required to reach the goalIdentify the obstaclesVisualize the success in your mindImplement the plan of action; review; proceed.

  • Additional TipsAim high; be creative and innovative; be inquisitive and curious; be proactive; communicate effectively and clearly; be consistent; cope with failure

    be determined; work hard; be enthusiastic; review constantly; have a dream to follow; live the present; live with values and principles.

  • ContAlbert Einsteins Ph.D. thesis was rejectedHenry Ford had two bankruptciesAbraham Lincoln lost all elections before becoming President of USAThomas Alva Edison failed 10000 times before he discovered the bulb.Walt Disney was turned down 302 times before he got one bank to finance his Disney World project.

  • Rings of CharacterPersonal ResponsibilityInterpersonal Respect**

  • The Ripple EffectTeachers Students Parents Neighbors Communities


  • Character building begins in our infancy and continues to death Eleanor Roosevelt**

  • A good character is the best tombstone. Those who loved you, and were helped by you, will remember you. So carve your name on hearts, and not on marble. C.H. Spurgeon (1834-92)


  • Redwood Tree**

  • The values we choose guide the behavior we use. Our character shows in what we do when no one is watching.**

  • Our character is not an unchangeable set of attributes, like fingerprints and the color of our eyes. Character is an array of dynamic qualities that we are responsible to develop.**

  • How does good character help ourself and our students?More.IntegrityRespect for AuthorityDiligenceKindnessPersonal ResponsibilityLess..LyingDisobedienceLazinessAngerBlaming others**

  • Personal ResponsibilityBeing accountable for our activity, attitudes, and actions. Integrity Conviction Self Discipline Diligence Wisdom**

  • INTEGRITYDemonstrating trustworthiness by doing what is right and saying what is true**

  • INTEGRITYDemonstrating trustworthiness by doing what is right and saying what is true This special dog is Intelligent Quick Protective of the sheep Dedicated to its master Very trustworthy Transparent Do not try to mislead others**

  • INTEGRITYDemonstrating trustworthiness by doing what is right and saying what is trueCharacter is like a tree, and reputation like its shadow. The shadow is what we think of it, the tree is the real thing. - Lincoln**

  • INTEGRITYYou can fool some of the people all the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people all the time. - Lincoln**

  • Honesty Being truthful Sincerity - Being genuine transparency - Uncompromised by moral defilement Virtue - Distinguish between right and wrong behavior Fairness - Being impartialINTEGRITY**

  • CONVICTIONHolding a value or belief so firmly that it influences my attitudes or actions**

  • Faith Trust in God Confidence Believe in their ability to finish the task Optimism Hopeful view of circumstances Enthusiasm Inspiration to accomplish something Persuasiveness - Convince others, through careful reasoning or inspirational influenceCONVICTIONHolding a value or belief so firmly that it influences my attitudes or actions**

  • SELF-DISCIPLINEFocusing on worthy goals instead of distractionsEmperor Penguin**

  • SELF-DISCIPLINEFocusing on worthy goals instead of distractions**I ran and ran every day and I acquired this sense of determination, this sense of spirit that I would never give up, no matter what else happened. Wilma Rudolph

  • Focusing on worthy goals instead of distractionsBe not angry that you cannot make others as you wish them to be, since you cannot make yourself as you wish to be. Thomas a KempisSELF-DISCIPLINE*

  • Orderliness Maintain an orderly work, thoughtful organizing, well-behaved Punctuality Being on time Thriftiness Handle students and other possessions wisely & carefully Resourcefulness Develop creative solutions for the challenge that tackle themSELF-DISCIPLINEFocusing on worthy goals instead of distractions**

  • SCAD Engineering CollegeDILIGENCEWillingly completing the tasks I have accepted**

  • Willingly completing the tasks I have acceptedMany of lifes failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up. Thomas EdisonDILIGENCE**

  • DILIGENCEWillingly completing the tasks I have acceptedThe difference between the ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra effort called perseverance. Chinese proverb**

  • Alertness To pay close attention to what you do Cautiousness Make certain that you understand a project, situation etc.. before starting it Creativity Seek a creative solution to complete a task Persistence Continue steadfastly when a challenge becomes difficult Thoroughness Acting or done with great care and completenessDILIGENCEWillingly completing the tasks I have accepted*

  • WISDOMBehaving in ways that show I understand the consequences of my decisions*

  • WISDOMBehaving in ways that show I understand the consequences of my decisions** All receive advice. Only the wise profit from it. Publilius Syrus

  • Perspective It uses knowledge, experience and common sense to assess a situation that requires a decision Discernment A good judgement or insight Discretion Being tactful and considerate of others or trustworthyWISDOMBehaving in ways that show I understand the consequences of my decisions**

  • Interpersonal RespectTreating others as I want to be treated.LoyaltyCourageHumilityKindnessThankfulness*

  • SCAD Engineering CollegeFaithfully obeying my authorities and committing to significant relationships** A person standing alone can be attacked and defeated, but two can stand back-to-back and conquer. Three are even better, for a triple braided cord is not easily broken. Ancient Proverb

  • Obedience Willingly and cheerfully obeying those, who have authority over us Dependability One whom others can depend on to do his or her duties Supportiveness Making ourselves available in times of need Commitment Committed to each other- faithfulLOYALTYFaithfully obeying my authorities and committing to significant relationships*

  • SCAD Engineering CollegeConquering fear in order to assist others** No one reaches a high position without daring. Publilius Syrus

  • Decisiveness Being very firm of ones decisions Initiative Make a decision and then put that decision into action Boldness Aggressive pursuit of a goal or vigorous attack on a problemCOURAGEConquering fear in order to assist others**

  • HUMILITYZebra**

  • Humble people dont think less of themselves.. they just think about themselves less. Norman Vincent PealeHonoring others by drawing attention to them instead of myselfHUMILITY**

  • Honor Giving appropriate respect Attentiveness Observe the needs and wishes of others Flexibility Willingness to adapt to changes or other peoples preferences Meekness Being patient and gentle Deference Respect and heed the wisdom and preferences of othersHonoring others by drawing attention to them instead of myselfHUMILITY**

  • KINDNESSSelflessly caring about and helping others**

  • KINDNESSSelflessly caring about and helping others*I shall pass through this world but once. If therefore, there be any kindness I can show, or any good thing I can do, let me do it now; let me not defer it or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again. Stephen Grellet

  • Friendliness Accepting, protecting, listening, and spending time with others Compassion Showing care and concern and helping them out in time of distress Gentleness Being gentle rather than getting angry when other people makes mistakes Generosity Willingly helping others Forgiveness Personal responsibility to restore a relationshipKINDNESSSelflessly caring about and helping others**

  • THANKFULNESSSincerely showing others my gratitude for their effort on my life**

  • Sincerely showing others my gratitude for their effort on my lifeEverything has its wonders, even darkness and silence, and I learn, whatever state I may be in, therein to be content. Helen KellerTHANKFULNESS**

  • Happiness Characterized by emotions ranging from mild pleasure to intense joy Contentment Satisfaction with the possessions and general situations in life Appreciation Expression of thankfulness by doing thoughtful acts for people whom we appreciateTHANKFULNESSSincerely showing others my gratitude for their effort on my life**

  • Thank you!!**

    FRIENDS,GOOD MORNING TO ALL OF YOU! I THANK THE INSTITUTION, ESPECIALLY THE PRINCIPAL AND THE AUTHORITIES FOR GIVING ME THIS OPPORTUNITY TO TEACH YOU ABOUT CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT. THE CURRICULUM SCAD Engineering College IS DEVELOPED BY AN AMERICAN ORGANIZATION CALLED CHARACTER SOLUTIONS INTERNATIONAL. The most important aspect of our life should be building our character. Students who focus only on increasing their knowledge and developing their skills will not be prepared for a fulfilling life. Life demands more than skill and knowledge. Athletes must respect others or they will be thrown out of the game. Business professionals must operate ethically or they may be imprisoned. Parents must model good values or their children may bring them shame. So it is essential that in addition to knowledge and skill, we must develop our character. People soar higher and higher in sports realm, business realm, political realm. All of a sudden one day their flaw in their character is exposed to the world through their shameful behavior. Their noble names becomes ignoble, their fame becomes shame. The family, the society, the company, the nation which were so proud of their achievements, feel embarrassed, humiliated. So character building is essential. **Character building is an ongoing process, it goes on till we die. But we must consciously desire it and consciously take steps for it and work for it. To increase your knowledge, to develop your skills and to get a degree you have come to college. Similarly we must take some steps to develop our characters, like reading good books, associating with good friends, visiting good places etc.*A BRITISH PREACHER HAS SAID THIS STATEMENT. MARBLE DOES NOT HAVE A HEART TO REMEMBER. SO BETTER TRY TO WRITE IN THE HEARTS OF THE PEOPLE BY YOUR CHARACTER AND ACTS OF KINDNESS THAT FLOW FROM YOUR CHARACTER.*The values I choose guide my behavior for example, today some one scolds me with a bad word. I will behave depending on the array of values placed and developed in me. One choice is to retaliate more powerfully using more bad words or if I have good values in me then I will just forgive that person and forget that incident.What we do when we think no one is watching us, shows our character. Because in the presence of others, when we are in the attention of others, we human beings tend to act either to please them or to put up a good show of us or to get a favor from them or sometimes to provoke them.

    **Of the ten character qualities listed here in this curriculum, five are personal responsibility characters and five are interpersonal respects; Personal Responsibility means being accountable for my motives, attitudes and actions. *One day in the 1890s a young cavalry officer watched a shepherd taking care of his flock out in a green meadow. The shepherds dogs managed the smaller sheep well, but they had great difficulty controlling the larger sheep. Captain von Stephanitz loved dogs. He decided to breed a working dog that could manage the bigger sheep as well as the smaller ones. The dog must also be trusted not to injure any of the flock.Patiently using his knowledge of science and genetics, von Stephantiz eventually developed the German shepherd. This special dog is intelligent, quick, protective of the sheep, dedicated to its master and very trustworthy. *Honesty: We demonstrate integrity by speaking with honesty. Sincerity: Integrity also shows in a persons sincerity. Sincerity means being genuine rather than deceitful or hypocritical. Its Latin root, sincerus, without wax. This meaning grew from the deceitful sales practice in which the cracks in broken pottery were sometimes covered and filled with wax. The pottery was then sold as if unbroken. Therefore, wise buyers looked for pottery that was sincerus that is, without wax; genuine. Students display integrity when they, and their work, are sincere. Purity: Purity means being separated from dissimilar elements, unmixed with polluting material, uncompromised by moral defilement.Virtue: Distinguishing between right and wrong and choosing to do what is right.Fairness: We show integrity when our actions are impartial. A justice system exists to encourage integrity by administering laws fairly. **FAITH-Gen.12:1-3; Gen.22:1-3, 10; CONFIDENCE-Dan.3:13-15, 16-18, OPTIMISM-Num 13:27-29, 30, 31-33, 14:6-9, ENTHUSIASM-Acts 4:19, 29,30.*