Mentoring students for professional growth
July - August 2017

Mentoring students for professional growth

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Ram Pal Soni
Chairperson
Sangam University

Sangam University finds its roots in the Institute of Technology and Management – ITM, Bhilwara, which was established in the year 2003 under the aegis of the same trust. Sangam Group also supports at Bhilwara, Sangam School of Excellence, an International School reputed for its academic excellence and 100 bedded Smt. Kesar Bai Soni Hospital with top class healthcare facilities.
The university is committed to provide an educational competitive environment in tune with the needs of the global markets to create ample job and entrepreneurship opportunities to its students.

Prof Sumer Singh
President
Sangam University

Industry Oriented Futuristic Curriculum:
Industry Oriented Education (IOE) is an approach to learning from an industry perspective. It helps the students to become familiar with the latest industry trends and requirements. The problem with the traditional methodology of learning is that there is no close relationship with industry’s ever changing requirements.
In order to make its student globally competitive, Sangam University has developed “Industry Oriented Futuristic Curriculum”. The curriculum not only nurtures students as per the requirements of industry but it also helps them to understand the opportunities in future and to stand against all the expected and unexpected situations in life.

Learning by Doing:
The university supports the innovative ideas and projects of its students. If a student wants to build a car then he/she must be aware about tightening a screw, electric circuits, paint combinations etc. Basically, it is about the approach and we at Sangam University try to inculcate “Learning by Doing” approach among the students. We emphasise more on the practical aspects of a concept along with its theoretical part.
Some of the recent projects developed by our diploma students are bowling machine which enables a batsman to practice (usually in the nets) and to hone their skills. Our students have developed a Stair Climbing Robot which may help disaster relief teams in saving at the time of any natural disaster.
To promote the concept, the university encouraged its student to partipate in various universities conducted by IIM Kolkata, National Stock Exchange Institute and Nirma Institute of Management.

The university is committed to provide an educational competitive environment in tune with the needs of the global markets to create ample job and entrepreneurship opportunities to its students.

Entrepreneurship:
To develop students as not just employees but also as employers, the university has taken following initiatives:
Five entrepreneurship awareness camps have been organised to motivate students of the university along with the students from other universities and colleges in and around Bhilwara District. The camp was funded by Department of Science & Technology, Government of India. It was supported by Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII), Ahmedabad.
The university has launched a six month certificate course in entrepreneurship development programme (EDP) from 2017-18 academic session.
An incubation cell has been set up in the university for engineering and management students to discuss ideas and to conduct market research to establish a startup.

Alumni Connect:
In this rapidly changing world of technology, it is essential that the institutions and their alumni remain in constant interaction with each other to derive full benefits through constructive and informative feedback from the professional field. Sangam University connects its alumni through alumni meet, current student and alumni interactions and Entrepreneurship awareness camps.

Awards and recognitions:
The university for its efforts to impart quality higher education to its students is awarded with Engineering Watch Campus Preparedness Award and Times Education Achievers Award 2016 for Promoting Education.

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