2nd Sem, TC

312003: Social and Life Skills Syllabus for Textile Technology 2nd Sem K – Scheme MSBTE

Social and Life Skills detailed Syllabus for Textile Technology (TC), K – scheme has been taken from the MSBTE official website and presented for the diploma students. For Subject Code, Subject Name, Lectures, Tutorial, Practical/Drawing, Credits, Theory (Max & Min) Marks, Practical (Max & Min) Marks, Total Marks, and other information, do visit full semester subjects post given below.

For all other MSBTE 2nd Sem Syllabus K – Scheme Textile Technology, do visit MSBTE 2nd Sem Syllabus K – Scheme Textile Technology Subjects. The detailed Syllabus for social and life skills is as follows.


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Course Outcomes:

Students will be able to achieve & demonstrate the following COs on completion of course based learning

  1. Enhance the ability to be fully self-aware and take challenges by overcoming all fears and insecurities and grow fully.
  2. Increase self-knowledge and awareness of emotional skills and emotional intelligence at the place of study/work.
  3. Provide the opportunity to realizing self-potential through practical experience while working individually or in group.
  4. Develop interpersonal skills and adopt good leadership behaviour for self-empowerment and empowerment of others.
  5. Set appropriate life goals with managing stress and time effectively.

Module I:

Activities Under Unnat Maharashtra Abhiyan (UMA) 1.1 Introduction to Societal Needs and respective stakeholders : Regional societal issues that need engineering intervention 1.2 Multidisciplinary approach-linkages of academia, society and technology 1.3 Stakeholders’ involvement 1.4 Introduction to Important secondary data sets available such as census, district economic surveys, cropping pattern, rainfall data, road network data etc 1.5 Problem Outline and stakeholders : Importance of activity and connection with Mapping of system components and stakeholders (engineering / societal) 1.6 Key attributes of measurement 1.7 Various instruments used for data collection – survey templates, simple measuring equipments 1.8 Format for measurement of identified attributes/ survey form and piloting of the same 1.9 Fieldwork : Measurement and quantifications of local systems such as agriculture produce, rainfall, Road network, production in local industries, Produce /service which moves from A to B 1.10 Analysis and Report writing Report writing containing- 1. Introduction of the topic 2. Data collected in various formats such as table, pie chart, bar graph etc 3. Observations of field visits and data collected.

Module II:

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Module III:

Universal Human Values 3.1 Love and Compassion (Prem and Karuna): Introduction, Practicing Love and Compassion (Prem and Karuna) 3.2 Truth (Satya) : Introduction, Practicing Truth (Satya) 3.3 Non-Violence (Ahimsa) : Introduction, Practicing Non- Violence (Ahimsa) 3.4 Righteousness (Dharma) : Introduction, Practicing Righteousness (Dharma) 3.5 Peace (Shanti) : Introduction, Practicing Peace (Shanti) 3.6 Service (Seva) : Introduction, Practicing Service (Seva) 3.7 Renunciation (Sacrifice) Tyaga : Introduction, Practicing Renunciation (Sacrifice) Tyaga 3.8 Gender Equality and Sensitivity: Introduction, Practicing Gender Equality and Sensitivity

Module IV:

Value Education (Unnati Foundation) 4.1 Punctuality, Icebreaker and Simple Greeting, Understanding & Managing Emotions, Introducing Self, The power of a Positive Attitude, Talking about one’s Family, Talking about one’s Family, Making a Positive Impression, Give word list for a Word based 4.2 Cleanliness , Hygiene and Orderliness , Likes and Dislikes, Developing Confidence in Self and Others, Strengths and Weaknesses, Listening Skills , Greeting gestures, Gender Equality and Sensitivity 4.3 Responsibility, OCSEM- Visual Comprehension and Word Based Learning, Goal Setting – Make it happen, Follow, Like & Share Unnati Social Media – Facebook / Instagram/ Twitter Introducing Others, Time Management, Talking about the daily routine, Money Management 4.4 Gratitude and Appreciation , Asking Simple Questions & Asking for the price , Stress Management, Student Referral process ,Comprehending & Paraphrasing Information, A Plate of Rice and Dignity of Labour, Topics for Public Speaking, Placement Process , OCSEM-E-Newspaper, Critical Thinking to overcome challenges 4.5 Determination and Persistence, Guiding and Giving Directions, Language Etiquette & Mannerism, . Unnati Philosophy , b. Unnati Branding – Follow, Like & Share Unnati Social Media – Facebook / Instagram/ Twitter, Simple instructions to follow procedures, Assertiveness, Give topics for Debate, Describing a person/Objects, Refusal Skills, Word List for Word based Learning 4.6 Respect, Comparing , OCSEM – Public Speaking, Student referral process, Attending a phone call, Being a Good Team Player , Placement Process, At a Restaurant, Workplace ethics 4.7 Team Spirit, Inviting someone, OCSEM – Picture Reading & Word, a. Unnati Philosophy & b. Unnati Branding – Follow, Like & Share Unnati Social Media – Facebook / Instagram/ Twitter, Apologizing, Apologizing, Dealing effectively with Criticism, Introduce Importance of Self Learning and upskilling 4.8 Caring and Sharing , Handling Customer queries, Flexibility & Adaptibility, Student referral process, Writing a Resume, OCSEM-Public Speaking, Placement Process, Meditation/ Affirmation & OCSEM-Debate, Introduce Certif-ID, how to create Certif-ID Project , 4.9 Honesty, Email etiquette & Official Email communication, Alcohol & Substance use & abuse, Describing a known place , Leadership Skills, Describing an event, OSCEM-Picture Reading & Visual Comprehension 4.10 Forgive and Forget, Facing and Interview, OSCEM-Public Speaking , Attending a telephonic/Video interview & Mock Interview , Affirmation , Pat-a-Back & Closure (Valediction , Unnati Branding, Student Testimonials), Meditation/ Affirmation & Sponsor connect (Speak to UNXT HO)

Module V:

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Suggested Micro Project / Self Learning

Following list is only an illustrative list of the type of activities that can be undertaken. Under the programme it would be open to of these programmes or any other activity which may seem desirable to them according to local needs. The NSS Unit should aim at th area selected for its operation which could be a village or a slum. It has also to be ensured that at least a part of the programme does

  1. Environment Enrichment and Conservation:
  2. The activities under this sub-theme would inter-alia, include:

    • plantation of trees, their preservation and upkeep
    • Construction & maintenance of village streets, drains
    • Cleaning of village ponds and wells;
    • Popularization and construction of Gobar Gas Plants, use of non-conventional energy;
    • Disposal of garbage & composting;
    • Prevention of soil erosion and work for soil conservation,
    • Watershed management and wasteland development
    • Preservation and upkeep of monuments, and creation of consciousness about the preservation of cultural heritage among the co
  3. Health, Family Welfare and Nutrition Programme:
    • Programme of mass immunization;
    • Working with people in nutrition programmes with the help of Home Science and medical college students;
    • Provision of safe and clean drinking water;
    • Integrated child development programmes;
    • Health education, AIDS Awareness and preliminary health care.
    • Population education and family welfare programme;
    • Lifestyle education centres and counselling centres.
  4. Programmes aimed at creating an awareness for improvement of the status of women:
    • programmes of educating people and mak rights both constitutional and legal;
    • creating consciousness among women that they too contributed to economic and social well-being of the community;
    • creating awareness among women that there is no occupation or vocation which is not open to them provided they acquire the req (iv) imparting training to women in sewing, embroidery, knitting and other skills wherever possible.
  5. Social Service Programmes:
    • work in hospitals, for example, serving as ward visitors to cheer the patients, help the patients, arranging occupational or hobby ac guidance service for out-door-patients including guiding visitors about hospital’s procedures, letter writing and reading for the patient up of patients discharged from the hospital by making home visits and places of work, assistance in running dispensaries etc.
    • work with the organisations of child welfare;
    • work in institutions meant for physically and mentally handicapped;
    • organising blood donation, eye pledge programmes;
    • work in Cheshire homes, orphanages, homes for the aged etc.;
    • work in welfare organisations of women;
    • prevention of slums through social education and community action;
  6. Production Oriented Programmes:
    • working with people and explaining and teaching improved agricultural practices;
    • rodent control land pest control practices;
    • weed control;
    • soil-testing, soil health care and soil conservation;
    • assistance in repair of agriculture machinery;
    • work for the promotion and strengthening of cooperative societies in villages;
    • assistance and guidance in poultry farming, animal husbandry, care of animal health etc.;
    • popularisation of small savings and assistance in procuring bank loans
  7. Relief & Rehabilitation work during Natural Calamities:
    • assisting the authorities in distribution of rations, medicine, clothes etc.;
    • assisting the health authorities in inoculation and immunisation, supply of medicine etc.;
    • working with the local people in reconstruction of their huts, cleaning of wells, building roads etc.;
    • assisting and working with local authorities in relief and rescue operation;
    • collection of clothes and other materials, and sending the same to the affected areas;
  8. Education and Recreations: Activities in this field could include:
    • adult education (short-duration programmes);
    • pre-school education programmes;
    • programmes of continuing education of school drop outs, remedial coaching of students from weaker sections;
    • work in crèches;
    • participatory cultural and recreation programmes for the community including the use of mass media for instruction and recreatio singing, dancing etc.;
    • organisation of youth clubs, rural land indigenous sports in collaboration with Nehru Yuva Kendras;
    • programmes including discussions on eradications of social evils like communalism, castism, regionalism, untouchability, drug a
    • non- formal education for rural youth and
    • legal literacy, consumer awareness.

Laboratory Equipment/Software Required

  1. Simple engineering measurement devices GPS data collection tools GIS open source softwares- Google Earth and QGIS MS office suite

Suggested Learning Materials

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Learning Websites & Portals

  1. https://gr.maharashtra.gov.in/Site/Upload/Government%20Resol utions/English/201601131501523808.pdf Government Resolution of Government of Maharas Maharashtra Abhiyan
  2. https://gr.maharashtra.gov.in/Site/Upload/Government%20Resol utions/English/201606151454073708.pdf Government Resolution of Government of Maharas Maharashtra Abhiyan Guidelines
  3. https://censusindia.gov.in/census.website/ A Website of Census of India
  4. https://gsda.maharashtra.gov.in/english/ A Website of Groundwater Survey and Developmen
  5. https://mrsac.gov.in/MRSAC/map/map A Website where district-wise maps showcasing dif Maharashtra Remote Sensing Applications Centre.
  6. https://ejalshakti.gov.in/jjmreport/JJMIndia.aspx A Website of Jal Jivan Mission, Government of Ind
  7. https://cpcb.nic.in/ A Website of Central Pollution Control Board, Gov
  8. http://www.mahapwd.com/# A Website of Public Works Department, GoM
  9. http://tutorial.communitygis.net/ A Website for GIS data sets developed by Unnat M
  10. https://youtu.be/G71maumVZ1A?si=TzDTxKUpLYaRos7U A video record of lecture by Prof. Milind Sohoni, II Development and Society
  11. https://youtu.be/TUcPNwtdKyE?si=wnSWrhGc9dJTC-ac A keynote talk by Prof. Milind Sohoni, IIT Bombay Engineering: The Road Ahead
  12. https://youtu.be/mKJj6j_1gWg?si=ajE8s4lfB2OM63Ng A TED talk by Prof. Milind Sohoni, IIT Bombay, o Science of Delivery
  13. https://www.ugc.gov.in/pdfnews/4371304_LifeSKill_JeevanKaush al_2023.pdf UHV: UGC Course on life skils. Unit 4 i.e. Course
  14. https://nss.gov.in/ NSS : Know about the NSS Scheme and details
  15. https://www.rbi.org.in/FinancialEducation/FinancialEnterpre nure.aspx Reference for Module V
  16. https://www.rbi.org.in/FinancialEducation/content/I%20Can%20 Do_RBI.pdf Reference for Module V
  17. https://www.rbi.org.in/FinancialEducation/content/Financing% 20needs%20of%20Micro%20and%20small%20Enterprises%20- %20A%20g uide.pdf Reference for Module V
  18. https://www.rbi.org.in/FinancialEducation/content/GUIDE31011 3_F.pdf Reference for Module V

For detail Syllabus of all other subjects of Textile Technology, K – scheme do visit Textile Technology 2nd Sem Syllabus for K – scheme.

For all Textile Technology results, visit MSBTE Textile Technology all semester results direct links.

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