Monthly Archives: April 2017

Holistic Development of Students @ JKLU

“When educating the minds of our youths,

We must not forget to educate their Hearts”

- Dalai Lama

JK Lakshmipat University among one of the best university, strongly believes in the holistic development of their students. The university vision is “To encourage a value based innovative learning environment that engages deep intellectual, spiritual and moral stimulation and to promote holistic personality development for nurturing leadership”. With this vision the university provides the cutting-edge of holistic learning and to develop promising youngsters into leaders of tomorrow with globally relevant, future-ready and actionable intelligence. University have best Institute for Management and best college for engineering in Jaipur.

In the current era the students must know about their inner strength.  We believe the students need not only develop academically, but also to develop the ability to survive in the modern world. The aim of the holistic learning is to connect the mind, body and spirit. It is about the development of healthy and positive relationships with their friends and family as well as social development, intellectual development, acquire leadership skills, become globally minded and improve their emotional health. Continue reading

Industry Collaboration Programs in Engineering

Make in India and Start up India has given a new dimension to our technical and professional education system. All the developing and developed countries are metamorphosing economically, technologically, culturally and even socially. As the demographic dividend becomes a household term, the Indian higher education system will lead this movement and address the needs of the global industry and society, at large. The influence of professional education is thus undeniable, and it is binding that the educational institutes produce industry-compatible quality professionals. The definition of industry compatibility has evolved beyond intellectual capacity, and has embraced the essentiality of human values, emotional genius and physical endurance. The University thus, as the representative of the higher education system, plays a fundamental role in developing industry ready professional.

JKLU measure the qualitative strength of our academic and co-curricular design by the extent of intellectual, moral and spiritual stimulation and in developing innovation-driven leadership among students. Students the drivers of all activity on the campus. With the encouraging insights from learned faculty and nurturing leadership of the management, students drive the vision of the institute, and undertake a journey of professional and personal self-discovery. Continue reading

Industry-Institute Interface: Education beyond Boundaries

As per the Annual Status of Higher Education (ASHE) report 2016 from CII, the Draft National Education policy 2016 has been conceptualized to be a response to the main challenges that exist in the education sector in India. One of the main goals of this policy is to align higher education with skill development objectives, to facilitate the acquisition of technical and vocational skills that enhance employability. In this era of growing number of private/self-financed higher educational Institutes, the challenges for this Country are also changing its shape. The challenges are to engage the so-called trained youth in the employment matching to their expectation as per their qualification.

To match formal education with employability, a good interface between Industries and Institutes is required and it would need active participation from both. The efforts may be in the form of fruitful internships, flexible curriculum permitting students to work at industries in final year, industry visits, and faculty recharge programs at the industries, joint workshops, training programs, conferences, talks, curriculum development, etc. Continue reading

Scope of Computer Science Engineering: Specialization in Enterprise IT

In today’s enterprise IT scenario, industries and academicians have been talking about skill gaps and have been categorically coining word “unemployable engineers”. When a student takes admission in Computer Science Engineering or Electronics & Communication Engineering or any other branch, he needs to understand basic science courses, understand all engineering branches as they are tightly coupled with each other, courses related to core discipline in which they are fascinated with and would be drawing their career graph, some management courses and humanities courses to be called and recognized as “Holistic Engineer”. Industry professionals also support and strongly advocate these courses to be part of curriculum.

But the demand of Industry, particularly in Technology sector today is readily employable workforce. This industry is partially product driven and majorly service driven. After adoption of technology by client, business is dependent on service. Certifications are the means to equip oneself with know-how of product and technologies related to that product adopted by wide client-base. Continue reading