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Management Education: A Tool to Develop Industry-Ready Workforce

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

Advanced Mentoring System at JK Lakshmipat University

JKLULet’s start this story when we come into this World, when our life have no experience and no expertise, it just started without memories. We don’t even remember that when we learn to walk on our own, but we always know that they were our parents who mentor us to how to walk, speak and hold the pencil. As we grow older, they send us to the schools and best university so that we could get the expertise in our interested field from experienced and knowledgeable people.

Every person, have some dreams to achieve but only few people in the World who achieve their dreams. The people behind every successful people are called mentors whose mentorship helps them to achieve success. In JK Lakshmipat University which is top university in Jaipur, there are several empowered faculties who mentor students of the University so that the student could have bright future and exciting life ahead. Students came from several states of the country to get their expertise into the different fields and pursue their Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Doctoral degree. With excellent mentoring system in the University which not just enhance the expertise of the student in their field but also helps them to achieve their passion. They feel like a home away from their home in this University because of openness of the mentors. Continue reading

Management Education: A Tool to Handle Corporate Challenges

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

Producing and Grooming Future ready Professionals

JK Lakshmipat University (JKLU), Jaipur

Inspiration

Inspired by the vision of Lala Lakshmipat Singhania, the key architect of J K Organisation, JK Lakshmipat University (JKLU) was set up, in 2011, with his belief that “education is not only reading and writing, and knowing a number of subjects – education is education for life”. JKLU, a multi-disciplined institution of higher learning and research, is fast emerging as one of the best universities in Jaipur to provide a perfect platform for students and scholars to pursue value based education and research in the disciplines of Management, Engineering, and Applied Science.

Programs offered at JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur.

JKLU’s Institute of Management, recognized as a top b school in Jaipur Rajasthan, offers following flagship programmes:

  • MBA  (Dual Specialization) in Finance | Marketing |Human Resource | Information Technology |Operations Management | International Business | General Management (2 Yrs.)
  • BBA + MBA (5 Yrs.) – Dual Degree program
  • B. Com (Hons) + MBA (5 years) – Dual Degree program

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Role of Laboratory Practice in Engineering Education

I hear and I forget;

I see and I remember;

I do and I understand.

                                                            Chinese proverb

Engineering education is incomplete without laboratory practice. The overall goal of engineering education is to prepare students to practice engineering and in particular to deal with the nature of problems faced by the society. The laboratory practice has been an important part of professional and engineering undergraduate education; the laboratory is an ideal place for active learning. Students learn in a real world environment, function as team members, discuss the planning of experiments, and share ideas about the analysis and interpretation of data. Most engineering instruction took place in the laboratory and it demands the active use of knowledge and skill.

For the student the objective of engineering laboratory is to “practice by doing” and the laboratory courses help them to gain insight and understanding of the real world which they learn in their theory courses and the ideas for innovations. Now there is shift from the text book learning to the learning by observation and doing. Students have to design, analyze, and build their own creation. The emphasis on laboratories has increased many folds over the years. Now attention has been paid to laboratory courses in the curriculum and teaching methods. Continue reading

Introduction to Nanotechnology and Applications of Carbon Nanotubes

What is nanotechnology?

Nanotechnology is a multidisciplinary branch on engineering involving study of materials at a length scale of 1-100 nm. One nanometer is a billionth of nanometer. For reference, a sheet of paper is 100 thousand times thicker than a nm and a human hair is 70 thousand times thicker than a nm. Nanotechnology involves synthesis, imaging, modeling, and manipulating materials at this length scale. The materials properties at this length scale are very different than the bulk scale properties of materials. The difference between bulk properties and nanoscale properties is due to the different nature of physics theories. At nanoscale the quantum effects govern the properties of the materials unlike at the bulk scale where classical mechanics govern the behavior of material properties. Because of this difference, the materials designed using nanotechnology demonstrate unprecedented properties and scientist are taking advantage of nanoscale phenomena to bring useful and innovative applications.

Carbon nanotubes

Carbon nanotubes are one of the most researched nanomaterials because of their excellent mechanical, electrical and thermal properties. It consists of carbon atoms covalently bonded in a cylindrical crystalline lattice. A single wall carbon nanotube consists one cylinder of carbon atoms while multiwall carbon nanotubes have many concentric cylindrical lattices of carbon atoms. Single walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) are much lighter yet many times stronger than steel making them the strongest known material. The Young’s modulus of SWCNTs is in order of 1 TPa, where as carbon fibers have 800 GPa and glass fibers have 70 GPa. CNTs have average breaking strength of 30 GPA whereas carbon fiber about 6 GPa and high strength steel about 3 GPa. Continue reading

Electronics & Communication in our lives

Can we imagine our daily life without mobile phone, laptop (computer), television, tablets, digital watch, internet banking, ATM cards, Headphones, Wi-Fi, internet connection, microwave Owen and many more gadgets and communication systems. No, we cannot. All these are possible due to Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE). As we look into future, robots will also be part of our lives very soon and embedded electronics which is a sub branch of electronics play an important role in this. All of this makes ECE an interesting field to study and work.

Most of the times, interest is not sufficient to attract us towards a field to make a career. We look for other criteria’s also for our career path. Some of the important measures are such as current demand in the market, future of the career, stability and education opportunity at one of the best universities in Jaipur such as JKLU. B.Tech in ECE at JKLU fulfill all these criteria’s for our career path.

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JKLU: Empowering Students for Curricular, Co-curricular Activities

JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur; among the best private universities in India has been activity driven university since its inception. Here at JK Lakshmipat University, students are always encouraged to organize and participate in various curricular and co-curricular activities such as conferences, India Intelligence Quiz Contest, Verbal Duel – a debate competition, Sabrang – a techno management and cultural annual fest, Spardha -a mega sports event etc.

Curricular activities develop the critical thinking, improve learning capability, and blossom intellectual acumen within. JK Lakshmipat University has so far organized several expert mural lectures in which eminent speakers from academia and industry have been invited to keep students abreast of latest trend and patterns in the professional world.

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Critical Success Factors of B-School

To be on the top, is the core desire of all endeavors be it business, politics, education or administration, but only few could reach and remain at the top. Education is the enabler and rider of acquiring the art and skills of success. Institutes of Management education are either the farmhouses or powerhouse of shaping and sharpening business-talents, who inculcate and facilitate the acts and the process of acquiring and imparting the knowledge of doing business. Institutes of Management those who have transformed their admitted students into business executives and leaders have attained the ladder of success and raised walls and gates their entry.

Realizing that Government alone cannot educate millions of young Indians, Government of India invited private players to join hands. Many entrepreneurs, industrialist and philanthropist became enthusiastic, who had little or no experience in education but were eager to learn. With the passage of time, these private players have built high quality infrastructures and have provided opportunities for millions of Indians for higher learnings. They adopted the policy of lower entry requirements and lower tuition fees but paid greater attention in promotion, in contrast to premier institutions’ strategy of high fees and high entry requirements and less promotion policy. The strategy of lower “fees’ and higher promotion might have worked for few B-Schools, but many new entrants failed to attract sufficient numbers of talented business education aspirants.

The four puzzling questions are:

  • What the top Management Institutes do to attract the talented students and teachers?
  • How the top Institutes of Management do things differently than the rests?
  • What a new entrant should do to ride the leader of success?
  • What are the missing keys?

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