Taking Charge of Personal Growth
The Personal Growth track stands out as the most pivotal and introspective component among the four tracks at Vedica. This track is designed to take each scholar on a profound journey of self-discovery, enabling women to identify their core values and make well-informed decisions that align with their personal growth aspirations. Courses in personal development, tailored for women, empower scholars to build the resilience needed to confront their fears and effectively manage emotions that may undermine their confidence, including guilt, rejection, fear, and grief.
At Vedica, the advancement of women's personal growth is a central focus. We are dedicated to reshaping the narrative in the professional realm and empowering women to excel in any sector they aspire to. Vedica's leadership training for women encompasses character development in three key dimensions: self-awareness, identity formation, and talent development.
The Vedica experience is an exploration of self that equips each scholar to comprehend their true identity and navigate the dynamic and ever-evolving modern world. This approach has earned the Personal Growth track high praise and recognition from Vedica alumni.
Our track emphasizes interactive classroom discussions and activities over traditional textbook knowledge. Much of the in-class work is conducted in group settings, while homework assignments emphasize individual reflection and personal growth. At Vedica, we place a strong emphasis on regular feedback and peer learning sessions to ensure transparent and noticeable development throughout the course. Moreover, our program is further supported by mental health professionals who offer counseling to all Vedica students on a bi-monthly basis, should they opt for this valuable resource.
Courses in the Personal Growth Track
Leadership and Innovation
Navigating Leadership Success
The Art of Living Courageously
Development and Growth career prospects
Social and Environmental Impact Analysts.
Monitoring and Evaluation Specialists.
Development Projects/Programmes Officers/Managers.
Development Planning Officers/Managers.
Socio-economic and Marketing Researchers.