A skill set is a category of abilities required to perform a job proficiently. It means the range of things that someone is good at. Examples of skills can be leadership, planning, human relations, communication, analytical and computer skills. 

There is a difference between Education and Skillset. An educational degree is not as same as gaining a skillset. To achieve higher levels of perfection in what we do; one needs devotion, rehearse extra, be competitive and often do the “Gap-Analysis & Introspection”.

It is important to figure out your skillset before you even think about looking for a job. The scope of the skillset is vast. Acknowledging your skills and personal qualities boosts confidence & helps in discovering what you have got to offer. It not only boosts confidence but also makes you flexible, enthusiastic, self-driven and motivated. These skills make you highly recognized, respected and productive at the workplace. Endowed with a variety of skills, you become the apple of your organization’s eye. 

Every job leaves knowledge, experience & a new skill set at the end. It depends on an individual’s attitude either to opt for advancement by learning or stagnation. The phenomenal combination of ARJUN’s focus, dedication, velour, gratitude, and righteousness lead to the triumph of the great battle of Mahabharata. At the end, he could understand the truth of life.

To be prepared to handle changes in the external environment and rising demands of the employers; one needs to have transferable skills. Along with technical skills, one must possess skills that are generic in nature i.e.; they can fit across all employment sectors.

As per the thoughts of Mahatma Gandhi “Man often becomes what he believes himself to be. If I keep saying to myself that I cannot do a certain thing, it is possible that I may end by really becoming incapable of doing it. On the contrary, if I have the belief that I can do it, I shall surely acquire the capacity to do it even if I may not have it at the beginning.”