Mechanical Engineering is one of the basic branches of engineering and its fundamental principles are used in the design, development and construction of nearly all of the physical devices and systems we see around us including but not limited to automobiles, machines in all kind of factories, machinery used in building construction, road construction, agriculture etc. Mechanical engineers are also involved with the design, construction and operations of all kinds of machinery. They conceptualize design for any product to be manufactured. They also develop, test and manufacture the state of the art machinery.
Manufacturing sector encompasses a set of industries to make or produce anything in a factory and therefore, it requires a great deal of specialized knowledge. Mechanical engineers are often referred as manufacturing engineers also as they are recruited by all kinds of companies which manufacture a variety of machines, robotics and other equipment. The mechanical engineers are normally responsible for the design, selection of materials, specifications and the development of production processes and equipment. Responsibility for plant layout, production planning and control, as well as plant maintenance is also a major job responsibility that mechanical engineers undertake. Continue reading →
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 →
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 →
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 →
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 →
Cashless economy has become a buzzword after the Modi’s Government announcement of demonetization exercise on Nov. 8th to curb black money from Indian economy.
Cashless doesn’t mean ‘without cash economy’ rather it means least or less cash into economy. It is a step towards the digital economy because it ensures that the digital fingerprints of all the transactions are available.
India has one of the highest ratios of cash to GDP in the world. Last year, 78% of all consumers’ payments in India were made by cash, whereas in the developed world like US /UK, only 20 to 25 % payments were made that way. According to a 2014 study by Tufts University, The cash operations cost of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and commercial banks is about Rs. 21, 000 crore annually. Cash economy facilitates the black money, fake money, money laundering, drug trading, tax evasion, no transparency, corruption, etc. Certainly, cash economy has its benefits such as it empowers unbanked families, easy transaction, acts as a store of value, no transaction fee, and no records of big data and provides safety from hackers and online transacting companies. In the present era, the benefits are losing relevance and cashless is a way for honest, transparent, safe and secure society. In such scenario cashless economy is a boon for Indian economy. Continue reading →
In the build up to admissions for various management programs, it is an opportune time to reflect on who the management institutions are looking for to join us next year. Every university/institution is extremely proud of its students and look for a few distinctive traits that are common to all individuals within the MBA cohort.
Intellectual ability and a good academic track record are essential, of course, but as the institutions select the Class of 2017, there are three attributes that the Admissions Committee look for when selecting candidates for the MBA.
First and foremost, the institutions look for candidates who exhibit strong leadership potential throughout their academic and professional experience. This can take many forms: being selected for a leadership program at work (for the candidates who have work experience), launching a new business venture, captaining a sports team or leading a voluntary project – anything which demonstrates your ability to lead, inspire and motivate others. MBAs have the leadership potential not just to succeed in business, but to create new opportunities and be trailblazers for others. Today management institutions want candidates with the drive and ambition to change the world for the better. Continue reading →
Industry experts say that India has the potential to be a global technology leader. Indian industry is competing globally in software and other emerging areas such as automobiles, chemicals, etc. In this direction, the growth of engineering education in India is crucial for the success of Indian industry. According to the widely quoted report by the National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM), over the next decade demand for engineers is expected to grow by 11%. A degree in engineering offers immense opportunities, if you choose top universities for B. Tech degree. In this context, Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) at JK Lakshmipat University (JKLU), Jaipur is offering a four-year Program on its campus.
The Program is designed to enable students to pursue their goals and career objectives from a choice of several highly relevant and modern disciplines. The institute offers degree in computer science and engineering, mechanical engineering, electronics and communication engineering and chemical engineering and electrical engineering. It also offers M. Tech in electronics and communication, computer science and engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and Doctoral Programs in all engineering branches. The University has collaborated with IBM’s Software Group to roll out degree programs that are jointly developed and certified to make sure that the students have the best from both the academia and Industrial world. Continue reading →
The current economic environment is highly competitive and therefore strives for sustainability. A quality human capital is one of the key factors towards the economic sustainability. There is a strong requirement of a good and quality human resource who can develop this present need of environment without compromising the ability to meet their own needs. Today’s business world need people who can face the contemporary world challenges and can provide the initial corpus and direction to the business towards excellence. Organizations need good managers and industry leaders who can give best results through their communication skills, management skills, research skills, analytical skills, teamwork skills, leadership skills, managerial soft skills and achievement oriented personality.
Personality plays vital role in the success and growth of a person. As personality is a blend of inner psychological characteristics like emotions, thinking, attitude and mindset, which determines and reflect how a person responds to his/her environment therefore it is a corporeal characteristics and makes every individual different and unique. Though personality is developed right from the beginning of childhood but it is a continuous process which keeps on improving through the entire life of a person. Continue reading →
Reliability theory is a complex science related directly to engineering, science and economics. Reliability is theoretically defined as the probability of success or the frequency of failures. Reliability engineering deals with the estimation, prevention and management of high levels of lifetime engineering uncertainty and risks of failure. At present, not only engineers and scientist but also government leaders are concerned to increase the reliability of manufactured goods. We at one of the best universities in Jaipur, JK Lakshmipat university believe that failure prediction can be improved if reliability modeling is integrated in the field of Civil engineering, Mechanical engineering, Computer Science engineering and many more. In order to solve many of engineering problems those arise in reliability theory, the methods of probability theory has been used. Reliability theory introduces quantitative indices of quality of production. Reliability engineering has both Continue reading →