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The lifespan of skills acquired is getting shorter, and the demand for people with newer and advanced skills is increasing with each passing day. In such a scenario, up-skilling seems to be the only way forward and need of the hour not only for civilians but also for the Army Personnel.
Jain (Deemed-to-be University) is proud to announce that it signed an MOU with ASC Staff Centre & College, Bangalore to upskill the Indian Army Personnel by offering Certification and Diploma Programs in the areas of Business Administration and Hospitality.
It was a moment of sheer pride, as the B.Tech students of Jain (Deemed-to-be University) brought laurels by receiving the INAE Innovative Student Project Award 2019. Receiving an INAE Innovative Student Project Award is of great achievement as the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE), is an apex body and promotes the practice of engineering & technology and the related sciences for their application to solving problems of national importance.
The Project was titled “Tubercles effect on a wing performance for NACA 634 – 421 aerofoil” and the team of students namely Amrutha K, Dumpeti Vineeth, Gracio Joyal Lobo, Medisetti Swami Charan were guided by Assistant Professor Ashish Gupta of Jain (Deemed-to-be University). The event held at Birla Institute for Scientific Research, Jaipur was even more significant as the team received the award from Dr. C G Krishnadas Nair, Chancellor of Jain (Deemed-to-be University) who is a renowned Indian technocrat, and aeronautical metallurgical scientist.
Professional Practice Program 2019 - was organized by the School of Commerce, Jain (Deemed-to-be University) on the 5 and 6 December. The objective of this event was to give the students an understanding about corporate life and to enhance their focus by enabling them to achieve the goals which they aspire for their future. The program received enthusiastic participation in which over 125 students from B.Com and BMS II Year were offered part- time jobs with a stipend of Rs.10, 000 per month. The event helped the students to understand and learn the challenges and various aspects of the industry. Future Generali, Religare, Wall Street Advisory, Business Fundamental, Flip Coin Investment are some of the recruiters that have offered jobs.
Jain (Deemed-to-be University), School of Humanities and Social Sciences in association with Centre for Research in Social Sciences and Education (CERSSE) and the Women's Regional Network (WRN) - a network of women civil society leaders working together to advance women's rights and regional peace organized a panel discussion on “Safe Places for Women in the City: Myth or Reality”. The Panelists of the session were Dr. Rohini Katoch Sepat, IPS, District Commissioner of Police (DCP) South, Prof. V.S. Elizabeth, National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Dr. Sudeshna Mukherjee, Head of Department, Gender Studies, Bangalore University, and Mr. Vinay Chandran, Human Rights Activist, Counselor, and Writer. The Panel was chaired by Dr. Priyanca Mathur Velath, Associate Professor, CERSSE, and an associate Member of WRN. It was attended by over 60 students, research scholars, and professors from all over Bangalore.
The discussion emphasized the concepts of Women, Peace, and Security and to take it beyond zones of armed conflict and recognize the difference between negative peace and positive peace. The discussion was also related to our everyday living and insecurities and the latent conflicts in so-called peaceful societies. The speakers spoke of the problems that women and people of all genders face in their daily lives in the city and how to work together to ensure better safety standards. There was a discussion on the pros and cons of gender-sensitization, patriarchy and the need for a larger acceptance of the problems of people particularly of alternative sexual identities living in cities.
Alumnus, of Jain (Deemed-to-be University) from Commerce Department. Mr. Niranjan Mukundan, an ace Para Swimmer has won 5 gold medals in Norwegian Swimming Championships in 2019. Niranjan has been named Star of the Year, Karnataka Athletes in International Sports by Team Sportwalk Panel.