Campus Course - Modules

Remaking Yourself

Students are inspired to give up bad habits such as laziness and overuse of social media through the growth of effective habits. This module will inspire growth through time management, positive thinking, self-reliance, foresight, and an active lifestyle.

  1. Restructuring Yourself
  2. Power of Habit
  3. Handling Social Media
  4. Begin with the End in Mind
  5. Better Health Better Future
  6. Impact of Company

Soft Skills

Through the teachings of constructive communication, teamwork, effective planning, selfawareness, and dedication, students become fully prepared to implement their role in any collaborative network.

1. Networking & Leadership

2. Project Management

3. Teamwork & Harmony

4. Stress Management

5. Financial Planning

Learning From Legends

The lives and works of legends, such as Ratan Tata and Abdul Kalam, leave an everlasting impression. Their principled, disciplined, and value-based lives, inspiring youth to strive for a higher sense of character. This module also includes a session with a panel of experts, who will answer practical questions that students face in their daily lives.

1. Tendulkar & Tata

2. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

3. Leading without Leading

4. Words of Wisdom

Facing Failures

Failure is a student’s daily source of fear, negativity, and depression. Through the study of successful figures such as Disney, Lincoln and Bachchan, this module enables youth to persevere, self-improve, and keep faith.

1. Welcoming Challenges

2. Significance of Failures

3. Power of Faith

4. Timeless Wisdom for Daily Life

My India My Pride

An enlightening revelation of the glory of India’s past and current achievements, invigorates the youth to become ideal citizens while practising a value-based life for the betterment of their life, family, college, career, and nation.

1. Glorious Past – Part 1

2. Glorious Past – Part 2

3. Present Scenario

4. An Ideal Citizen – 1

5. An Ideal Citizen – 2

Selfless Service

The students explore the phenomenon of Seva – selfless acts of kindness, the tradition of giving, and the joy of bringing happiness to others. These concepts are brought to life through the study of awe-inspiring and heart-touching acts of humanitarian relief provided during the 2001 Gujarat earthquake.

1. Seva

2. Case Study: Disaster Relief Work

From House to Home

The students are taught to establish a stronger connection with their family through critical thinking and devolvement of qualities such as unity, forgiveness, empathy, and effective communication.

1. Listening & Understanding

2. Bonding the Family

3. Forgive & Forget

4. Being Addiction-Free

What Happens in an IPDC Lecture?

1. Introductory Film


Engaging short film to creatively introduce each topic.

2. Lecture Video


Inspiring video lecture presented by renowned speakers.

3. Student Interaction


An interactive classroom session that effectively engages the student.

4. Workbook Activities


Practical exercises that allow students to think critically about the overall theme.


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A transformation, whether big or small, makes a world of difference to a student.

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