Indian Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, envisages a Digital India to bridge the digital divide in our country and further promote digital literacy in order to make development in a comprehensive mass movement and put governance within everyone’s reach in India.
In order to work towards our PM’s vision, Ministry of HRD, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) proposed the Smart India Hackathon 2017, a unique initiative to identify new and disruptive digital technology innovations for solving the challenges faced by our country. Smart India Hackathon 2017 was a computer programming competition which involved all Engineering colleges with a reach to approximately 30 Lakh students from across India. The challenge for the students was to think out-of-the-box and offer innovative ideas to build smart applications which will help address major real time problems in our country. Overall 31 Ministries came up with their multiple problems for the students to provide digital solution for the same. Continue reading →
The first wave of economic reforms was the result of the economic crisis in 1991 and led by Mr. Manmohan Singh. India gained a lot through these reforms but the task was unfinished. Later on Fiscal mismanagement, political profligacy, increasing corruption, absence of reforms in key inputs like land, power and labor, policy paralysis, lack of initiatives to promote innovation, and problems in running of business has set the stage for the Modi era and a new set of reforms.
Prime Minister, Mr. Modi has identified the need of the hour and Introduced Make in India, Digital India, Skill India, Start up and Stand up India, Transform India, Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan, Clean Energy Mission, Invite FDI, Smart City Mission, etc. The other initiatives are financial and communications inclusivity like the Jan Dhan Yojana, Aadhar Mobile Number Trinity, Revitalizing public sector banks , Ease of Doing Business (EoDB), cleaning the system from black money and corruption and finalization of the GST. Continue reading →
JK Lakshmipat University has been promoted by the JK Organisation, one of the leading Indian Industrial Conglomerates of the country with a rich heritage of more than 125 years. Through the Lakshmipat Singhania Education Foundation and other non-profit entities, JK Organisation is strongly committed to the societal needs since long, particularly in the fields of Education, Healthcare, Social Welfare and Infrastructure Development both in rural and urban areas.
JKLU is inspired by the vision of its key architect Lala Lakshmipat Singhania: A visionary, a pioneer, an entrepreneur, a humanitarian and a leader of outstanding quality. Lala Lakshmipat Singhania considered higher learning and management skills essential for Indian industry and economy to grow and develop not only domestically but also globally.
“To my mind Education is not only reading and writing, and knowing a number of subjects – Education is education for life, that is, to make a person more understanding and humble…’’ “VidyaDadatiVinayam”.
He encouraged meritocracy. In his words “We seek a society which is proud of its past, conscious of the present and full of hope for the future – a society in which every citizen would be equally conscious of his rights and responsibilities”. Continue reading →
Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high, ……
Where tireless striving stretches its arms towards perfection, ……
Where the clear stream of reason has not lost its way into the dreary desert sand of dead habits; ……
~ Rabindranath Tagore
The above lines by Nobel Laureate Guru Rabindranath Tagore aptly sum up the current trend in management education worldwide – India, being no exception. Big Data, Data Science and Business Analytics has taken the globe by storm. According to IBM, “every day, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data — so much that 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone. This data comes from everywhere: sensors used to gather climate information, posts to social media sites, digital pictures and videos, purchase transaction records, and cell phone GPS signals to name a few. This is big data”. JK Lakshmipat University, best MBA University in Jaipur and having best private engineering college in Jaipur has two constituents – Institute of Management and Institute of Engineering which hold a gamut of year round activities. These too, generate a lot of data which contributes to this big data ocean. Continue reading →
India is one of fastest growing economy in the world. Indian government has been taking many initiatives i.e. digital India, Make in India, skilled India, etc., to empower Indians in taking India forward. After these initiatives, many Indians and foreign businessman came forward to invest in these projects. These companies now require industry ready skilled professionals who are having expertise in their work and having ability to work in team.
To transform developing India into developed India, people should have set of certain skills and core competencies such as collaborations, digital literacy, critical thinking, and problem-solving attitude that advocates requirement of best institution who work for value based holistic development and produce industry deployable candidates. Continue reading →
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 →