Soft skills are characteristic traits and interpersonal skills that characterize a person’s relationships with other people. They are also often known as ‘transferable skills’, ‘people skills’ or ‘social skills’. Soft skills get little respect but may make or break the career. It includes work ethics, attitude, communication skills, emotional intelligence and a whole host of other personal attributes that are crucial for career success. Nowadays soft skills are a priority while hiring, as they are often essential for workers to succeed in modern organizations. One is expected to have not only good speaking abilities, but also good at listening to other people’s point of view in any field. A lack of soft skills can limit the potential, or even lead to the downfall of one’s career. By developing strong leadership, teamwork, and communication abilities, students can run their projects more smoothly, deliver results that please everyone, and even positively influence their personal life by improving how they interact with others.