Electrical power plays vital role in economic development of the country. The adequate supply of electrical energy improves the living standard of human being, increase the productivity in industry and agriculture. The demand of electrical power increased very rapidly from last few decade. To meet the GDP of 8% the demand of electric consumption will increase to 4, 00,000 MW by 2020 and 9, 50.000 MW by 2030.
The installed generation capacity in India is 329.226 GW as on August 31st 2017 which includes 17.7 % of total installed capacity by renewal power plant and 82.3 % capacity by non-renewal power plants. The contribution of non-renewal power plant are: coal (193466.50 MW), gas (25185.38 MW), diesel (837.6 MW), Nuclear (6780.00 MW) and hydro (44653.4 MW). The contribution of renewal power plant are small hydro power plant (4384.55 MW), wind power (32508.17 MW), Biomass-cogeneration (8181.70 MW), waste to power (114.08 MW) and solar power (13114.85 MW).
India is on the threshold of major power revolution. There is a huge power capacity in pipe line and for that effort is being made for enhancing deficit of power to some extent for the last several year. The government has emphasized on the need for major improvement in technology in electrical equipment manufacturing. Since most of the capacities at present and next five year plan will be in super critical plants and ultra-super critical plants, the ability to deliver high technology product and solution will be most crucial for growth to the Indian electrical manufacturers. Continue reading →
JK Lakshmipat University (JKLU) was established in Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan, in the year 2011 to give students the cutting-edge of holistic learning and to develop promising youngsters into leaders of tomorrow with globally relevant, future-ready and actionable intelligence. One of the top universities of Jaipur, Rajasthan, JKLU has excellent infrastructure, a proper mix of experienced, young and dynamic faculty, and a strong focus on placements for building technocrats and leaders of tomorrow.
The faculty recruitment process makes the JKLU best technical institute in Rajasthan. The Faculties are from the best known institutes from India like IITs, NITs and other premier Institutes. JK Lakshmipat University, we offer degree programs for BTech, MTech and PhD in various engineering disciplines.
At JKLU, we design the curriculum according to the leading industries of the country. The students are motivated to learn the new things not only in the chosen field also in other areas. Continue reading →
“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 →
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 →
Recently, there have been plenty of Ransomware attack reports. Due to these Ransomware attacks high-profile companies and business are affected some of them even got shut down. Over the last few years, Ransomware has become one of the largest computer threats for organizations around the world and its ever growing up. Ransomware spams the world; it is indiscriminate in its victims and no interaction with it, because it runs in a handful of seconds from, spreads in organizations and locks their data and computers.
What is Ransomware?
Malwares that causes inaccessibility of data by performing encryption of confidential data and files or by locking the system are called as ransomware. These ransomware creators demand certain amount of ransom money for the decrypting of confidential data and files or for unlocking the system. Even after paying the ransom there is no assurance of confidential data access for the victim. Ransoms are demanded in terms of Bitcoins or physical money or may be something from physical resources. Continue reading →
With the demand for electronic hardware expected to rise rapidly to US$400 billion by 2020, India has the potential to become an electronic manufacturing hub. The government is targeting to achieve net zero imports of electronics by 2020 by creating a level playing field and providing an enabling environment. In fact, in the next decade demand for engineers is expected to grow by 11 percent to meet the requirement of Make in India Initiative. At this juncture, a degree in engineering offers immense opportunity, if you choose top universities for B.Tech degree. In view of this, JK Lakshmipat University (JKLU) has come up with a new Cluster Innovation Centre offering a four-year B.Tech. programme in Electronics and Communication Engineering to produce industry ready professionals.
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, JKLU has signed a MoU with Texas Instruments to set up Texas Instruments Innovation Center (TIIC) under TI University Program to have a greater hand on experience in technologies related to Embedded systems, Ultra Low Power Applications, Analog System Design and Internet of Things (IOT). Continue reading →
Every single individual is gifted with the innate quality of creativity. Creative thinking remains the most important factor in defining the uniqueness of every single mind. The organizations survive and thrive on the uniqueness of its people’s creative thinking as everything is imitable except individual’s ability to think critically and creatively.
In this context the role of academia is critical, which happens to be the source of providing the best talent to the industry. The key role of education lies in imparting purposeful knowledge to the students and hones their ability to think creatively as “creative minds are incubators of best ideas”. Education is the “Seed” that is embedded in students, and needs to be nurtured with time. It enhances their imagination, empowers their thinking, enlightens their minds and strengthens them to adapt with changes. Continue reading →
On June 22, 2009, Kevin Ashton introduced a new term “The Internet of Things” (IOT) which has revolutionized the field of electronics engineering. The IOT is a network of smart devices (Fig. 1) that can communicate through internet with other devices/users at remote locations. The applications may vary from pervasive control, health monitoring systems, industrial process control, smart agriculture, food preservation and storage, home security system, smart grid, smart supply chain and many other applications. Overall, the technology facilitates sophisticated living for mankind. Typical architecture of the IOT network is shown in Fig. 2. The sensors collect data from the surroundings and send it to the internet through gateways, hubs or protocols. Various types of middleware like data distribution service (DDS), Zigbee, RFID, Message Queue Telemetry Transport (MQTT) and others are used to transport data from sensors to the internet. The data is processed using cloud/fog computing. The processed data may be used at remote for generating alarms or controlling actuators for necessary actions. Continue reading →
“The industry doesn’t give you what you want in your mind; it gives you what you demand with your actions.”
To fulfill the raising demands of skilled professionals, JK Lakshmipat University has acknowledged the need of the industry by collaborating with IBM’s technical team to begin specialization courses in engineering. JK Lakshmipat University which is among the best universities in Jaipur, Rajasthan and IBM experts have joined their hands to train our students in their particular specialization course of interest so as to meet the requirements of the industry. Being so supportive in nature IBM collaborates with various universities in India to change the dimensions of engineering by introducing new specialization courses so that a market ready professional can be created as per the industry requirements. The idea behind this collaboration is to link the industrial world (i.e. external world) with the academic world (i.e. student friendly world). JK Lakshmipat University Jaipur has already become the part of this collaboration in order to provide their students a broad insight for their academic enhancement. This specialization program in B.Tech prepare the students according to growing demand for skilled professionals in MNC’s. This collaboration will be fruitful to students as it will create many more opportunities for them in future. JK Lakshmipat University provides B.Tech CSE with specialization in cloud computing, Mobile computing, Information security and Big data analytics which are given as under: Continue reading →