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Students are Focusing More on Practical Exposure Than Theory

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Education is the foundation of our society. Despite having the reputation for evolving less rapidly than almost any other industry, education is constantly looking at ways to better our universities and the learning process for students. This gradual enhancement never happens overnight, but there is always progress being made.

This change can be easily seen in the students who look for the universities which are providing more of practical knowledge with sound understanding of foundation theories. The movement towards vocational courses is increasing and new courses like Hospitality Management, Agriculture , Design and Law are in demand now a days. Students are looking for the institutes which are providing a good platform for internship ranging from 45 days to 6 months which helps in achieving the final goal of being placed.

Prof. Rishi Sharma, Director, Admission, JECRC University opined on this opportunity and spoke that by taking care of this demand JECRC University is offering internships in all its Under Graduate and Post Graduate courses. Along with the internships JECRC University is coming up with all new courses which are more practical focussed.

Shri Arpit Agrawal, Vice Chairman, JECRC University also specified that JECRC University has its core focus on increasing the research work and research orientation among the students. Research should be the ground to grow and enlighten the world with new concepts. The changing trends in the education industry now demand institutions to pay more attention towards the research and practical work.

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Gone are the days where learning and schooling was limited to the four walls of the classroom. 2017 is poised to be a year full of innovative technological learning advancements. And youth is asking for a better understanding and core research.

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