Lifeskills Matrix Index: Each index has a rating from 1 to 10 where 1 is the least relevant and 10 is the highest.

Wealth Creation
Job Creation: How quickly after completion of course can a student expect to be employed in their field of work.
Salary Growth: By how much can the student expect their salary to increase.
Prosperity: Measures the longevity of the position they acquire, i.e. how long can they expect to be in the same Position and how soon can they expect a promotion
Core Skills Development
Communication: Developing language skills that can be used in line of work
Logic and Reasoning: Skills required to assess data provided to student in line of work
Critical Thinking: Developing decision making skills
STEM: Developing science, technology, engineering and math related skills that may be used in line of work
Interdisciplinary: The application of skills acquired in one fields to other related fields
Environmental Prerogative
Knowledge: The ability to ascertain the environmental impact of activities undertaken
Conservation: The knowledge required to perform tasks required in line of work and in personal life to help in conservation of environment
Interlinkage: The knowledge of how activities are linked to environmental impact
Cognizance Measure
Self worth: The recognition of one’s role and value in life and deriving a sense of purpose from it.
Confidence: The ability to present a strong and well-polished image in the professional world and to carry oneself with a degree of assurance born out of belief in and knowledge of one’s abilities
Position in the Universe: The recognition of what roles one is fulfilling; be it that of an employee, a mother, father, sister, brother, Friend, colleague, supervisor, resident of a country, citizen of a country, citizen of the world and inhabitant of the planet
Social Prominence
Interpersonal skills: How one is able to interact with other human beings and convey messages in an effective and convincing manner
Public speaking: The ability to present one’s ideas and work in various types of public settings
Leadership: The ability to take responsibility and handle associated authority in an effective manner
Congeniality: The ability to make the life of others related to one a little easier. The ability to recognize needs and fulfill them in an effective manner