JAWAHAR KNOWLEDGE CENTER (JKC)

NODAL JKC – CHITTOOR

Dr.G.Ananda Reddy

M.Com, Ph.D

Principal

JKC Chairman

Dr. G. Babu Chetty

M.A M.Phil Ph.D

Lecturer in English

Nodal JKC Coordinator

INTRODUCTION

The Govt. of Andhra Pradesh initiated JKC in 2005 as a reliable solution to the problem of unemployment faced by students studying non-professional courses in Degree colleges of AP. The ever increasing prominence of India on the global map has paved way for a growing demand for hard working and talented students good in computer skills, communication skills and industry related skills. The doors of global job market are opened to students who can speak fluently, compute 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 avail themselves of the bright opportunities in the global job market. Remarkably, the centers are best utilized by the poorest of the poor and marginalized sections of the society. Students from rural areas who have no access to advantages experienced by their urban counterparts are provided the latest technologies and opportunities to upgrade their skills and encouraged to compete for better standards of living. The centre received overwhelming response from day one and the encouraging placements add to its strength and objectives.

JKCs established in degree colleges provided with a world class infrastructure and experienced faculty are totally dedicated to students and totally involved in providing the best training to help the students climb the ladder of success. JKC helps students to realize their potential and aim high in life and particularly it motivates and encourages students to be creative, independent and self reliant. JKC Centre helps students in colleges gain confidence and the ability to contribute to the economic and intellectual prosperity of the country

The Specific Objectives of JKC

  • To shape students across the State and make them globally acceptable citizens
  • To promote College – Industry relations through training and placements
  • To provide the best of the opportunities to the students who belong to weaker and marginalized sections.

The benefits of Jawahar Knowledge Center:

  • Career Awareness/ Planning Workshops
  • 300 hours training
  • Training Practice on employable skills
  • Training by Enabled Faculty/ Industry
  • Co-curricular activities to enhance Communication and Soft skills
  • Campus Placement with Major MNCs
  • Industry Orientation

JKC shoulders the responsibility of providing intensive training to the poorest of the poor students from marginalized sections of the society in employable skills and enable them avail themselves of the bright opportunities. The students from rural areas who have no access to advantages experienced by their urban counter parts are provided with the latest technologies and opportunities to upgrade their skills and are encouraged to compete for better opportunities which enhance their standards of living.

HIGHLIGHTS OF JKC TRAINING:

  • To develop ‘Smart PVKNian’ with tech – savvy skills on par with globalization
  • To promote government – Institution – Industry relations through training and placements.
  • To provide Placements in Earn-while-Learn Scheme
  • Personality development
  • Future employment
  • Placement through campus drives
  • Bright opportunities in the global job market

SUCCESSIVE LIST OF JKC COORDINATORS:

  • Sri. N. Chandrasekhar Pillai
  • Smt.K.Mary Florence
  • Dr.K.Dayanana Reddy
  • Dr.M.Sudhakar Reddy
  • Sri.M.Gopal Naidu
  • Dr.T.Malathi Gabrial
  • Dr. G.Babu Chetty

 MAJOR SECTORS FOR PLACEMENTS

  • IT
  • Banking & Finance
  • Insurance
  • Pharmacy
  • Marketing
  • Tele Communications
  • Service Organizations
  • Manufacturing
JKC FACULTY
JKC Chairman Dr.G.Ananda Reddy,

                        M.Com, Ph.D 

JKC Coordinator Dr.G.Babu Chetty, 

                    M.A M.Phil Ph.D

JKC HR Mentor                                   –
JKC FT Mentor                                   –
JKC FT Mentor                                       –
English Guest Mentor  

Dr.T.Malathi Gabriel

                     M.A. M.Phil APSET Ph.D

English Guest Mentor Dr.G.Babu Chetty 

                    M.A., M.Phil. APSET Ph.D

English Guest Mentor Dr.S.V.Ramesh Kumar

                         M.A., M.Phil. APSET Ph.D 

English Guest Mentor Dr.K.Rajani

             M.A.,Ph.D

English Guest Mentor Sri S.Mohammad Shafiullah

               M.A M.Phil M.Ed APSET UGC NET PGDFE (PhD)

Guest Mentor

(Computer Skills)

Smt.B.Rekha

              MBA

Profile Link
Guest Mentor

(Analytical Skills)

Sri.B.Surya Prakash

                          B.Tech

Profile Link

Eligible Students for Training

  1. All the Final year students of  UG Courses
  2. All the students studying P.G.Courses.
  3. Recently completed Graduates and Post Graduates

Training Schedule:

1)   Three General batches (3 months duration for each batch) in communication skills, analytical skills and computer skills from June to Feburary. Summer special batches for trained in April and May based on the Examination Schedule and Spot Valuation Camps
2)   Exact dates for registration and commencement of every batch will be notified by CCE   and in turn it will be intimated to the students by circular (displayed on all notice boards of Departments) and through Public  announcement system.

Training Timings:

Timings: 
          9.00 a.m to 10.00 a.m– Communication Skills by GEMs

          4.00 p.m to 5.00 p.m  – Analytical Skills and Computer Skills by Mentors

Registration:

By submitting the filled in application form along with training fees of
Rs: 550/- (Rupees five hundred and fifty only) for OC and BC Students / Rs.50/- for SC and ST Students.

The registration of students is done for every batch when the JKCMC mails the registration link to the colleges.

S.NO PRODUCTS/ITEMS QUATITY
1 Renovation of Rooms:
Min. Plinth area: 1000 SFT
Modernization to covert the rooms into computer
lab(Cubicles) 50 seat capacity
2 IT Hardware:
Servers ( High end configuration Servers) Make: DELL 2
( A multi national company)
3 IT Hardware:
Thin Clients 50
Make: VXL ( I Phase JKC Labs)
Make: Gigabyte ( II Phase JKC Labs)
4 IT Software: Microsoft software  products
Microsoft Campus agreement: for all systems in the
Bundle of Microsoft Products: College  ( 2011-2014)
1.MS Windows 2003 Server Unlimited number of licenses
2.MS XP professional & MS Office
3.MS Visual Studio Dot Net
4.MS SQL Server
5 Networking Components to connect all the 50 Clients with two Servers:
1.Network Switches (Three)
2.LAN Points ( 55)
3.LAN Cabling
4.Surface Mounts Boxes (55)
5.12 U Box for Switches
6.RJ 45 Connectors (55)
7.Patch Cords ( 1Mts)
8.Patch cords (2 Mts)
6 DLP Projector 1
Make: DELL
7 UPS 10 KVA with 2 Hrs Backup
Make: APC ( I Phase JKC Labs) 1
Make: Numeric ( II Phase JKC Labs)
8 Computer System  with High configuration Make:DELL 1
9 HP Scanner 1
10 Samsung Printer 1

JKC LANGUAGE LAB:

S.NO PRODUCTS/ITEMS QUATITY
1 Renovation of Rooms:
Min. Plinth area: 600 SFT
Modernization to covert the rooms into computer lab as per
the design required for the Language Lab
30 SEAT CAPACITY
2 IT Hardware: 1
Servers   Make: DELL
3 IT Hardware: 30
Client systems
Make: WIPRO
4 IT Software:
Microsoft Campus agreement:
Bundle of Microsoft Products:
1.MS Windows 2003 Server
2.MS XP professional & MS Office
3.MS Visual Studio Dot Net
4.MS SQL Server
5 Networking Components to connect all the 30 Client Systems with
1 Servers to all systems
1.Network Switches (Three)
2.LAN Points ( 35)
3.LAN Cabling
4.Surface Mounts Boxes
5.12 U Box for Switches
6.RJ 45 Connectors
7.Patch Cords ( 1Mts)
8.Patch cords (2 Mts)
6 DLP Projector
Make: DELL 1
7 UPS 5 KVA with 2 Hrs Backup 1
Make: Uni-Line company
8 Printer  Multi purpose( Scanner, Printer and reprography)
Make: HP 1
9 English Language lab ( Software based)
1.Language Lab software platform 1 + 30 Licenses
2.English Lab software with content
3.Career Lab software
4.Aptitude Lab software
Company: M/s Globareana Technologies   Pvt. Ltd

Surfing Facility:

  • All the 50 systems supported by two servers are connected with INTERNET using the Broadband service of BSNL.
  • The facility is used to impart Internet skills to the trainees.
  • Every student gets Internet  access for three hours every week, during training program.
  • Trainees will use the facility for doing project works
  • The information related to the Placement drives is passed on to the trainees through e-mail.
JKC ACTION PLAN 2014-15
Month Syllabus to be covered Curricular Activities Co-Curricular Activities TEST
Communication Skills Analytical Skills
April, 2014 Classes started on 22nd April, 2014 Introduction to JKC Training Preparation of JKC Plan of action for 2014-15 Registration Closure
May,2014 Self Introduction, Tenses, Concord, Reading and Writing Ratios, Percentages, Coding, Decoding, Number series, Analogy, Blood Relations, Seating Arrangement Preparation of syallabus oriented charts Review meeting
June,2014 Prepositions, Adjectives, Articles, Auxillary Verbs, Conditionals, Synonyms, Antonyms, Voice, Speech, Degrees and Linkers Profit & loss, CI, SI, DI, Averages, Ages, Time & work, Probability, LCM,HCF, Clocks, Calenders, Non verbal reasoning, Analogy, Series Progress Analysis Review meeting
July,2014 Note Making, Precis Writing, Paragraph writing, Essay writing, Pronunciation &Neutralisation of Accent. Matrices, Trignometry, Introduction to computers, MS office, Internet usage Orientation for III Year Nodal JKC Co-ordinators review meeting of JKC Activities and action plan. Grand Test.
JKC II Batch
August,

2014

Self Introduction, Tenses, Concord, Reading and Writing Ratios, Percentages, Coding, Decoding, Number series, Analogy, Blood Relations, Seating Arrangement Career counsellingprogramme of JKC Mentors and Guest mentors meet to discuss on implementation of JKC Curiculum, enrollment and placement drives. JKC Regional meeting
September,2014 Prepositions, Adjectives, Articles, Auxillary Verbs, Conditionals, Synonyms, Antonyms, Voice, Speech, Degrees and Linkers Profit & loss, CI, SI, DI, Averages, Ages, Time & work, Probability, LCM,HCF, Clocks, Calenders, Non verbal reasoning, Analogy, Series Distribution of JKC Training certificates to students. Review meeting
October,

2014

Note Making, Precis Writing, Paragraph writing, Essay writing, Pronunciation &Neutralisation of Accent. Matrices, Trignometry, Introduction to computers, MS office, Internet usage JKC Training Awareness program Review meeting Grand Test.
JKC III Batch
November,2014 Self Introduction, Tenses, Concord, Reading and Writing Ratios, Percentages, Coding, Decoding, Number series, Analogy, Blood Relations, Seating Arrangement Invitation to Companies for recruitment drives Review meeting
December,2014 Prepositions, Adjectives, Articles, Auxillary Verbs, Conditionals, Synonyms, Antonyms, Voice, Speech, Degrees and Linkers Profit & loss, CI, SI, DI, Averages, Ages, Time & work, Probability, LCM,HCF, Clocks, Calenders, Non verbal reasoning, Analogy, Series Awareness Program for JKC Special Batch Training Review meeting
January,

2015

Note Making, Precis Writing, Paragraph writing, Essay writing, Pronunciation &Neutralisation of Accent. Matrices, Trignometry, Introduction to computers, MS office, Internet usage JKC & Career Guidance Cell Awareness Program Review meeting to discuss about Job fairs. Grand Test.
February,

2015

GD’s, JAM, Interview Tips, Mock Interviews Conductiong mock tests on covered topics Awareness program for jobfairs and Recruitment drives Review meeting

 

 

S.No Skill No. of Hours allotted Trainer
1 CommunicationSkills 60 hrs English Guest Mentor(GEM)
2 Soft Skills 30 hrs-SoftSkills10 hrs -EthicalValues(weekend classes) English Guest Mentor(GEM)
3 AnalyticalSkills 60 hrs Fulltime Mentor working on contract basis
4 Technical Skills 60 hrs Fulltime Mentor working on contract basis
5 GeneralAwareness 30 hrs Fulltime Mentor working on contract basis
Total 250 hrs training package
CAMPUS PLACEMENTS – (from 2005-06 to 2012-13)
YEAR NAME OF THE COMPANY No. OF CANDIDATES SELECTED TOTAL No.OF CANDIDATES SELECTED FROM PVKN
2005-06 1 SATHYAM COMPUTERS 3 26 26
2 RELIANCE INDUSTRIES 22
3 ICICI BANK 1
2006-07 1 TCS 2 26 26
2 WIPRO 1
3 INFOSYS IT 2
4 INFOSYS BPO 4
5 CITI BANK 3
6 ICICI PRU INSURANCE 14
2007-08 1 SATHYAM COMPUTERS 5 22 22
2 INFOSYS IT 9
3 INFOSYS BPO 8
2008-09 1 ICICI BANK 8 8 8
2009-10 1 GENESIS 13 49 49
2 INFOSYS BPO 3
3 Dr.REDDY’S LAB 4
4 GLOBAL TRENDS 9
5 AEGIS BPO 14
6 NANO INFOTECH 6
2010-11 1 ILM, BANGLORE 37 74 74
2 CP AQUA CULTURE 10
3 INFOSYS BPO, BANGLORE 1
4 HINDUJA GLOBAL SOLUTIONS, CHENNAI 10
5 NOUVEAU MEDICAMENT PVTT. LTD,CHENNAI 2
6 JOYALUKKAS JEWELLERS, VELLORE 14
2 ILM, BANGLORE 13
2012-13 1 ICICI BANK 7 30 30
2 FIRST SOURCE, CHENNAI 6
3 DIGICO, HYDERABAD 6
4 Dr.REDDY’S LAB, HYDERABAD 11
SNO DATE OF DRIVE NAME OF THE COMPANY NO OF SELECTED CANDIDATES SELECTED CANDIDATES FROM PVKN
01 28-11-2013 ILM,BANGALORE 37 07
02 29-01-2014 KELLOGGS MNC,(SRI CITY,CHITTOOR) 44 25
03 28-04-2014 HETERO,MEDPLUS AEGIS BPO 271711 201209
04 30-05-2014 ICICI BANK 32 18
TOTAL 168 91
S.NO DATE NAME OF THE COMPANY
1. 14.07.2014 ING VYSYA BANK
2. 15.07.2014 Cadbury India Ltd.
3. 19-07-2014 CEO Group, Chennai
4. 02-09-2014 Hinduja Foundries, Chennai