I hear and I forget;
I see and I remember;
I do and I understand.
Engineering education is incomplete without laboratory practice. The overall goal of engineering education is to prepare students to practice engineering and in particular to deal with the nature of problems faced by the society. The laboratory practice has been an important part of professional and engineering undergraduate education; the laboratory is an ideal place for active learning. Students learn in a real world environment, function as team members, discuss the planning of experiments, and share ideas about the analysis and interpretation of data. Most engineering instruction took place in the laboratory and it demands the active use of knowledge and skill.
For the student the objective of engineering laboratory is to “practice by doing” and the laboratory courses help them to gain insight and understanding of the real world which they learn in their theory courses and the ideas for innovations. Now there is shift from the text book learning to the learning by observation and doing. Students have to design, analyze, and build their own creation. The emphasis on laboratories has increased many folds over the years. Now attention has been paid to laboratory courses in the curriculum and teaching methods. Continue reading
MBA in today’s world need no introduction. MBA education has drastically impacted businesses and industry at large. Today any individual aspiring to hold key strategic position in any industry entails an MBA degree. Even senior executives at top positions want to invest their time and money in an MBA degree making it one of the most sought after degrees in the recent times. Hence choosing to do an MBA is really very rewarding as observed in the past few decades.
Tim Cook (Apple), Dr. Raghuram Rajan (RBI), K.V Kamath (Asian Development Bank), Anshuman Jain (Citi Bank) etc. are some of the well-known figures at top strategic positions who have an MBA.
So an MBA degree today has become a synonym for high growth in the Corporates.
As an aspiring student, enthusiastic about building a great career in the industry I look forward towards joining an MBA programme in near future. Continue reading
The objective of engineering education is to prepare students with sound theoretical knowledge and rich hands on practical experience for various engineering activities like thinking & planning, drawing & designing, manufacturing and operation of machines using basic science concepts. This strengths the dictum that an engineer is one who learns by doing and does by learning. Keeping In mind the same vision, Institute of Engineering & Technology at JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur (JKLU) established by JK group has emerged as one of the best engineering institute in providing engineering education.
Being supported by the top industrial group, JKLU provides a great class based and practical oriented learning having institute industry interaction. JKLU is contributing towards the upliftment of society by identifying students talents from rural background, mentoring and training them to be a part of the highly globalized corporate world. Continue reading