The government of Andhra Pradesh initiated in 2005 as a reliable solution to the unemployment faced by students studying non-professional courses in Degree Colleges in AP. The ever increasing prominence of India on global map has paved way for growing demand for hard working and talented students good in computer skills, communication skills and industry related skills. The doors of job market are opened to those who can speak fluently, comp e quickly, write legibly and analyze logically.
Jawahar Knowledge Centre's primary aim is to provide intensive training to students in employable skills and enable students to avail themselves of the bright opportunities in the global job market. These centers are to cater the needs of the students who are poorest of the poor and belong to the marginalized sections of the society. Students from rural areas have no access to the advantages to their urban counterparts and so are provided with latest opportunities and technologies to upgrade their skills and are, thereby, encouraged to compete for better standards of living.
JKC has provided the Degree Colleges with the best infrastructure to and experienced staff, who are totally dedicated to theagtudents, in providing with the best of the bests training to the students.
The Students who come to this college, for higher studies, belong to economically backward section. Their parents, who are either farmers or work as daily wagers, are unable to provide their children with the right kind of exposure for the jobs which, in the present day world, are highly competitive and demand a tough preparation. Keeping this in view Jawahar Knowledge Center was established at Govt. Degree College, Addanki, Prakasam District. It began as a department temporarily in the year December-2007, gained recognition and thus a permanent status in the year 2008.
To equip Degree students with employability skills by the time they complete their third year Degree course.APPROACH:
Setting up of JKCs in the state, co-hosted by the best Government, Aided and Unaided Colleges in AP Select willing Students of III Year Degree from each faculty Students will be trained in industry needed skills & in e-Govemance projects CCE will pool the Best quality expertise from the Colleges/Universities and Industry to prepare the curriculum and impart training at the JKC Industry is invited for sharing of their know-how, best practices, Technologies, Tools and problems.IMPLEMENTATION:
CCE will frame the Guidelines and administer the JKCs. Appointment of trained Mentors for all the JKCs and it is the main responsibility of the CCE to place the JKC students into job market. The CCE will tie up with different IT & ITeS companies and also with the companies in other areas of sector. The CCE will prepare the program manual for JKC and it will be communicated to all the Colleges. Workshops with the Principals, Key industry representatives will be arranged to explain the modalities of the program. Monitoring the execution of all the Programs pertaining to JKC activities by the CCE.
|S.No.||Name of the Staff||Disignation( in JKC)||Contact No.||Designation(in College)|
|1||Smt. P.Nirmala Kumari||JKC Chairman||8309011986||Principal (FAC)|
|2||Sri K.Nemali Gundam||JKC Coordinator, Guest Eng.Mentor||8121586258||Lecturer in English and Dept. Incharge of English|
|3||Sri V.Ramesh||JKC Mentor||9246712215||JKC Fulltime Mentor|
|Sl.No.||Skill||No.of Hours Alloted||Trainer|
|1||Communication Skills||60 hrs||Guest English Mentor|
|2||Soft Skills||30 hrs||Guest English Mentor|
|3||Ethical Values||10 hrs||Guest English Mentor|
|3||Analytical Skills||60 hrs||Fulltime Mentor|
|4||Technical Skills||60 hrs||Fulltime Mentor|
|5||General Awareness||30 hrs||Fulltime Mentor|
|Year||I Batch||II Batch||III Batch||Total||Placements|