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Student Details :
Name : Chauhan Parth Ashokkumar
Branch : Electronics & Communication
Enrollment No. : 100170111086
Semes...
Project Goal
To recognize “Static identities” and
“Dynamic identities” in people around
me(people I know and meet day in a...
Defination :
A static identity is one that does not undergo change and remaining the same at the
end as he or she at begin...
DIFFERENCE between Static and
Dynamic identities
Static Identities
•Present his self with his
Qualification
•Make the show...
Observation case of 3 persons (X, Y, Z)
• Mr. X is a Professor in a college.
• Mr. Y is a Chief Engineer .
• Mr. Z is an A...
• Mr. X is a Professor in a
college.
• M.E. in Circuit & Networking, yet
never makes Show of for his
Qualification.
• Thou...
• Mr. Y is a Chief Engineer .
• Got his job after convincing for his Shining Star Results in
college.
• For a failure of s...
• Mr. Z is an Engineer in
an organization.
• Got his job with his result as
well as his knowledge in
appropriate field.
• ...
Conclusion
The Contributor’s image of self is not defined by the
qualifications and achievements, not by power and positio...
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To recognize “Static identities” and “Dynamic identities” in people around me(people I know and meet day in and day out).

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To recognize “Static identities” and “Dynamic identities” in people around me(people I know and meet day in and day out).

  1. 1. Student Details : Name : Chauhan Parth Ashokkumar Branch : Electronics & Communication Enrollment No. : 100170111086 Semester : 7th E-mail : chauhanparth2013@gmail.com Project : 1(No.4)
  2. 2. Project Goal To recognize “Static identities” and “Dynamic identities” in people around me(people I know and meet day in and day out).
  3. 3. Defination : A static identity is one that does not undergo change and remaining the same at the end as he or she at beginning. Static identity is based on - Qualification and Awards - power and Position - Past Achievement - Knowledge Gained A Dynamic Identity is one that does undergo an important change. Here, changes in some Sense within the character like changes in understanding , changes in commitment , Changes in values. Dynamic identity is based on - The difference I can make to the world - The responsibilities I carry - my future potential for contribution - My willingness to learn and grow
  4. 4. DIFFERENCE between Static and Dynamic identities Static Identities •Present his self with his Qualification •Make the show of his “Power & Position” •Believes in his Past Achievement •Always takes pride of being “Knowledge gained” Dynamic Identities •Has capability to make a positive difference •Focuses on “Responsibility” •Believes in future potential •Willingness to be a learner
  5. 5. Observation case of 3 persons (X, Y, Z) • Mr. X is a Professor in a college. • Mr. Y is a Chief Engineer . • Mr. Z is an Assistant Engineer in an organization. • In which, • Mr. X has Dynamic identities. • Mr. Y has Static identities. • Mr. Z has Combo of Dynamic & Static identities.
  6. 6. • Mr. X is a Professor in a college. • M.E. in Circuit & Networking, yet never makes Show of for his Qualification. • Though being a part of Government Education System, never runs away from his Responsibilities towards students. • Always eager to utilize his knowledge for new creation. • Very frank to every students & staff members, encourages them for their work. • Eveready to learn from anyone.
  7. 7. • Mr. Y is a Chief Engineer . • Got his job after convincing for his Shining Star Results in college. • For a failure of some pending work or fault, he blames his junior employee. Thus runs away from his Responsibilities. • He has limited his knowledge for a specific task given to be completed by organization. Never thinks to bring some useful change. • Not much frank to his subordinates & often gets angry for their fault. • Thinks that he has every kind of knowledge more than his juniors.
  8. 8. • Mr. Z is an Engineer in an organization. • Got his job with his result as well as his knowledge in appropriate field. • Performs his work on time with interest, but has no interest in anything else. • He gained enough knowledge for a job he has been given. • Frank to only those subordinates who are his friends.
  9. 9. Conclusion The Contributor’s image of self is not defined by the qualifications and achievements, not by power and position , not by his/her glories rather, he/she thinks of oneself as someone who has the capability to make a positive difference in the world , focuses on the responsibility, sees oneself in terms of his/her future potential – what he/she can accomplish in the future ,sees oneself as a learner.

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