Experiential Learning pioneer, JK Lakshmipat University, experienced its 9th edition of National Tech-Management Fest ‘Sabrang’ which started on November 8, 2019 and concluded on the November 10, 2019.
There was a participation of 900 participants from 60 colleges around the country who participated in different tech design management and cultural events.Sabrang 2019-The three-day fest inspired the exuberance of colours within the students’ personality,.This ceremony brought out the values of uniformity, creativity, and potential in the students through various technical, cultural, design and management events.
Day 1-The event was inaugurated with an opening speech by Honourable vice-chancellor Dr R.L Raina, followed by different cultural performances by the students of JKLU.
Sabrang 2019-Day 2:Second day majorly experienced Band Jam and a mind-blasting night by Sitar metals along with Business quiz, Lan gaming, Accounts Master, TalentX, Batalla de cyphers, Singing Palooza, Click-o-graphy, Scavengers hunt, Think-a-thon and headliner.
Given the prevalent lock-down to deal with the medical emergency caused by Covid-19, JKLU’s admissions process can be completed online. Our University stands committed to ensure learning and development of each and every student. JKLU is one of the few initial institutions who have ensured continuous online learning for the students. JKLU is also ensuring complete placement support to each and every student not only by staying connected with all the companies who have offered placements, internships, and Practice School (PS) opportunities to our students but also by ensuring continuous interviews and selection process in the select companies.
In continuation with our every possible support to our current students, we also stand committed to new incoming batch. JKLU's admissions process will continue to run with current timeline, and is well prepared to begin its 2020-21 session, as per schedule, on Aug 1, 2020.
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