Can we imagine our daily life without mobile phone, laptop (computer), television, tablets, digital watch, internet banking, ATM cards, Headphones, Wi-Fi, internet connection, microwave Owen and many more gadgets and communication systems. No, we cannot. All these are possible due to Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE). As we look into future, robots will also be part of our lives very soon and embedded electronics which is a sub branch of electronics play an important role in this. All of this makes ECE an interesting field to study and work.
Most of the times, interest is not sufficient to attract us towards a field to make a career. We look for other criteria’s also for our career path. Some of the important measures are such as current demand in the market, future of the career, stability and education opportunity at one of the best universities in Jaipur such as JKLU. B.Tech in ECE at JKLU fulfill all these criteria’s for our career path.
JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur; among the best private universities in India has been activity driven university since its inception. Here at JK Lakshmipat University, students are always encouraged to organize and participate in various curricular and co-curricular activities such as conferences, India Intelligence Quiz Contest, Verbal Duel – a debate competition, Sabrang – a techno management and cultural annual fest, Spardha -a mega sports event etc.
Curricular activities develop the critical thinking, improve learning capability, and blossom intellectual acumen within. JK Lakshmipat University has so far organized several expert mural lectures in which eminent speakers from academia and industry have been invited to keep students abreast of latest trend and patterns in the professional world.
“Speech is Silver but Silence is Golden,” so says an admirable and profound adage of the past, the type of which we would like to preserve and follow till eternity. However, given the demanding exigencies of the professional world such as JK tyre & Industries, JK Lakshmi Cement following an adage such as this will only spell doom for a professional. It is so because most of the time spent by a professional today is devoted to the task of reading, writing, speaking and listening. In fact, the recent researches suggest that about 70 to 80% time of a professional is spent in attending and conducting meetings, making presentations, writing professional reports, writing official emails, interacting with other officials, addressing fellow professionals in public speaking situations, and so on an so forth.
Despite its crucial inevitability in professional world, thousands of Indian students studying in Top Universities, Best Engineering Colleges and Institutes of higher Learning in India find themselves ill equipped when it comes to carrying out communication related tasks effectively in their day-to-day professional world. It is ironical to observe that in spite of the staggering proliferation of ‘English medium schools’ all over the country, the fear of English continues to haunt thousands of students pursuing their UG and PG programs in Engineering and Management. Some of the best India students in Engineering develop cold feet when it comes to making a presentation, participating in a group discussion, making an impromptu speech, or appearing at a job interview. What adds to the tragedy is the lack of attention that best academic institutes of higher education pay in providing adequate training in developing and improving the English communication skills of their students?