JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur with innovative learning-by-doing educational initiatives being hailed by both industry and academia as a ground breaking concept, experiential learning pioneer, is all set to celebrate the graduation of its newest batch of graduates by hosting its 6th convocation ceremony on 4th June, 2018. The grand felicitation ceremony will take place at the JKLU campus in Jaipur. Former Chief of the Atomic Energy Commission, Dr. Anil Kakodkar, currently President National School Of Sciences, will grace the occasion as the chief guest. The ceremony will felicitate more than 123 students for successfully completing their graduate, post-graduate and PhD courses.
On the occasion, the University is also preparing to inaugurate two new Centres of Excellence – The Centre for Operations Excellence and the Centre for Data Sciences.The Centre for Operations Excellence will be a multi-disciplinary centre with capabilities in supply chain, manufacturing and service operations. To begin with, the centre will offer expertise in four areas: Powerful diagnostics, Capability Building Workshops, Operations Excellence Assessment and benchmarking and Facilitation for Global Awards such as Deming Grand Prize and TPM Excellence Award. The Centre for Data Sciences reflects JKLU’s focus on emerging areas which are impacting business and work across sectors. The centre has competencies in Data Cataloging, Capability Building for Data-Driven Culture, Analytics Solutions and data science approaches.In addition to these the University also has a Centre for Entrepreneurship & Innovation and a Centre for Communication & Critical Thinking, which have been working very closely with the students.
Sharing his excitement for the upcoming ceremony, Dr. R.L. Raina, Vice Chancellor of the University said “It is always heartwarming to see our students complete their journey at the University and step out into the world. We are excited about their future prospects and hope they carry the values and the learning from JKLU. We are committed to preparing them for a life and not just a job. I, therefore, hope they continue their learning journey to become lifelong learners.”