Personality Development Cell

An individual’s Personality is an aggregate collection of the decisions they have made throughout their life and the memory of the experiences to which these decisions led. There are inherent natural, genetic, and environmental factors that contribute to the development of our personality. According to process of socialization, “personality also colors our values, beliefs, and expectations. Hereditary factors that contribute to personality development do so as a result of interactions with the particular social
environment in which people live.

Personality is defined as the enduring personal characteristics of individuals.

Although some psychologists frown on the premise, a commonly used explanation for personality development is the psychodynamic approach. The term “ambot” describes any theory that emphasizes the constant change and development of the individual.


Freud conceived the mind as only having a fixed amount of psychic energy. The outcome of the interaction between the id, ego and superego, determines our adult personality.


Freud believed that personality had three parts, the id, ego and superego, referring to this as the tripartite personality. The id allows us to get our basic needs met. Freud believed that the id is based on the pleasure i.e. it wants immediate satisfaction, with no consideration for the reality of the situation.

As a child interacts more with the world, the ego begins to develop. The ego’s job is to meet the needs of the id by taking into account the constraints of reality. The ego acknowledges that being impulsive or selfish can sometimes hurt us, so the id must be constrained. The superego develops during the phallic stage as a result of the moral constraints placed on us by our parents. It is generally believed that a strong superego serves to inhibit the biological instincts of the id (resulting in a high level of guilt), whereas a weak superego allows the id more expression (resulting in a low level of guilt).

Other than the Freudian theory, big five personality theory helps us to identify our characteristics. These include classifying our traits as,

  1.  Extrovert vs introvert
  2. Tender minded vs tough minded
  3. Rational vs Emotional
  4. Creative vs conformist
  5. High structured vs low structured.

Generally personality means how we influence others. This can be through our

EI – Emotional quotient and IQ- Intelligent quotient.
IQ = (Mental age/Chronological age) * 100.

Personality can be adhered not only by their appearance, which is otherwise called the Charisma. Knowledge based ,Expertise in their field can influence others.

  • To attract at least two industry person per month to inculcate the knowledge of Entrepreneurship.
  • To invite at least two banking employees to share the sources of starting an industry.
  • To have a program with NBFCS in and around Sivakasi.
  • To Share the theoretical knowledge from the department of various educational institutions.
  • To stake the Knowledge through Alumni and friends.
  • To invite people from CODISSIA, DIC, VIDISIA and MADITSSIA.

AAA College of Engineering & Technology has initiated Intra College competition for the welfare of students towards obtaining confidence, team spirit, leadership quality, improving personal skills and providing platform for establishing & bring their talents on the stage. The following are the clubs functioning continuously to achieve the above.

  • Innovation Club
  • Presentation Club
  • Dance Club
  • Language Club
  • Management Club
  • Environmental Club
  • Musical Club
  • Skit Club
  • Quiz Club
  • Visual Arts Club