“India plans nearly 60% of electricity capacity from non-fossil fuels by 2027” – theguardian
“India Targets To Add 42.6 GW Renewable Energy Capacity Over Next 2 Years” – Planetsave.com
“Renewable energy: India’s green push needs wind” – The Indian Express
“A new dawn in Renewable Energy- India attains 4th position in global wind power installed capacity” – Press Information Bureau
“Raise solar capacity additions by 10 GW to reach 2022 target: Study” – Business Standard
These are the some top news on different news portals. Renewable energy, solar energy or wind energy are not the new names to us but are the buzzing words now a days in the energy market. India, which largely depend on fossil fuels for electrical energy generation, now looking towards the non-fossil fuels. Reasons are many like limited amount of fossil fuels; to take steps to reduce carbon footprints; gradually reducing cost of renewable energy generation; nearly zero cost of fuel used in renewable energy plants; comparatively low operating cost of these plants; etc.
Most of the part of India is enriched with solar heat radiations. Also coastal reason of many states and desert reason of some states observes a continuous wind flow which is very suitable for wind energy generation. Apart from the major renewable energy sources (RES) like wind, solar and bagasse other renewable energy sources such as geothermal, tidal, biomass, generation from waste etc. has already been explored although amount of energy production by them is considerably less in comparison to major renewable energy sources. For the last fiscal year 2016-17, energy generation by RES were 7% only of the total electrical energy generation. In this little amount of 7%, contribution by different renewable energy sources is shown in pie diagram. Continue reading
Every student can learn,
Just not on the same day,
Or the same way”
Following these beautiful lines quoted by famous personality George Evans. At JK Lakshmipat University which is one of the top private universities in Jaipur, the Student Welfare Committee endeavors to help a student’s educational process to advance their academic as well as personal abilities.
It targets at avoiding the hindrances that may come in the path of a student’s learning process so that they can be qualified professionally upon the national and international levels. This committee complies with the policies set by the University in order to facilitate a positive academic environment to the students and help them to proceed in their career with minimal obstruction. During the stay of a student in the campus, this committee is responsible for solving all the student’s grievances. The Student Welfare Committee of JK Lakshmipat University is responsible for the general and specific well-being of students. The committee works for the overall welfare of the student in terms of student development which consist of student development program and student publication, counseling of the students, social activities and many more. Continue reading
Education is regarded as one of the most critical component which contributes to social, political, cultural and economic transformation of a community and later a country. The prosperity of any nation is intrinsically linked to its human resources. The strength of a nation is dependent on its intellectual and skillful citizens. But the definition of intellectual and skillful citizens changes from time to time. Like in today’s scenario merely taking a degree or a diploma doesn’t make you skilled, and you need to learn to apply your knowledge in real sense.
Therefore, the responsibility comes upon the system to update the curriculum and the pedagogy as per the demand of the society. Infact major educational reforms could be seen in these areas by the leading institutions. In this technical age of Make in India the most important requirement from a professional graduate is to be industry ready and for that an institution is required to offer industry relevant curriculum and a pedagogy which imparts active learning, team work and problem solving attitude. Continue reading