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Er. Navneet Agarwal has done BE in Electronics stream and Diploma in Business Markt. thereafter, he served at an MNC for about four and a half years. He has also served as Technical Consultant for many of the educational institution in and around Rajasthan. After having gathered and realized the functioning of these educational institutions he went about with the setting up of Jodhpur Institute of Engineering & Technology from 2003 onwards.

Hailing from a family of professionals. His father Dr. S.L. Agarwal is a Medical Doctor and he retired from the post of Director (Medical & Health Services Rajasthan, Jaipur)

He is a man of technology hence he ventured into the education of technology as a tribute to his parent-field. As most of us know that home was not built in a day and that success is not overnight so applies the same to his organization. He owe all that he have achieved to the continuous support from his family and a versatile team of diligent workers who have been constantly on march with him.

DIRECTOR GENERAL'S WORD

An EDGE over others..

JIET Universe is one of the nation’s pioneering educational institutions, producing some of India’s most employable professional and budding entrepreneurs. It is a brainchild of the eminent educationist and motivator par excellence Dr. S.M.Seth, Chairman, PJ Foundation.

JIET is entering into the tenth year of its achievements and accolades. It supports educates, facilitates and inspire wannabe professionals and moulds not only their careers but also their value system. It has world class facilities and state-of-the art technology, erudite and highly qualified faculty, dedicated staff, many extra and co-corricular activities, excellent infra-structure and a highly conducive work environment and a culture which fosters learning. Academic alliances with highly multi-national companies make it a unique institution.

In a creative and interactive learning environment students equip themselves to confront the challenges of a globally fluid and changing world with confidence. No wonder our students have consequently proven their worth by being recruited info some of the best companies in the world. JIET Universe has carved a niche for itself in the international arena with emphasis on high quality research and education. It shares a strong interface with both the industry and the community at large.

Your decision to join the JIET Universe is just the beginning of a highly rewarding professional career. I welcome you to find your latent potential as you enroll yourself with us at the sprawling campus that will shape your dreams and help you to realize your ambitions.

“Aspire, strive, succeed”


Er. Navneet Agarwal
Director General
JIET Group of Institutions
Jodhpur

Name

Prof. (Dr.) Rajendra Karwa

Date of Birth

: Aug 02, 1952

Educational Qualification

B.E. (Mech.), M.E. (Hons.) Thermal, Ph.D. (IIT Roorkee)

Work Experience

  • Industrial: 8 years 6 months
    (Manager of a Small Scale Industry)

  • Teaching: 32 years

Background

Former Professor,
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering & Architecture
J.N.V. University, Jodhpur

Research &
Development

Actively engaged in Research since 1980 as evident from the following publications

International Journals

: 16+1(communicated)

National Journal

: 02

National conferences

: 29

International conferences

: 16

Total

  63 + 1

M.E. Dissertation guided

13

Ph.D. guided

Completed 1, in progress 2

Projects carried out

2

Books

A Handbook of Mechanical Engineering Design”, Jain Brothers (New Delhi).

A Textbook of Machine Design” Laxmi Publications (New Delhi), 748 pages, 2nd edition 2005.

Edited Book: Proceedings of All India Seminar on Advances in Solar Energy Technologies held during Jan. 29-30, 2002, Allied Publishers, N. Delhi (India).

Course Work: Short Term Training Programme for Engineering and Polytechnic Teachers on “Recent Advances in Solar Energy Technologies”, held during Dec. 23, 2002 -Jan. 4, 2003.

Work on manuscript of “Heat Transfer” is in progress.

Publications

Solar Energy Assisted Passive Systems for Natural Air Conditioning of Buildings, Journal of Ethiopian Society of Mechanical Engineers, Vol. V, No.1, December 2004, pp. 8-16.

Performance study of Solar Air Heater with Smooth and Baffled Ducts, accepted for Invertis Journal of Science and Technology- Special Issue: Solar Energy Technology, Sept. 2011. Coauthors: B.K. Maheshwari and S. K. Gharai

Heat Transfer Coefficient and Friction Factor Correlations for the Transitional Flow Regime in Rib-roughened Rectangular Ducts,” Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer (UK), 42, 1999, pp. 1597-1615. (Co-authors: S.C. Solanki and J.S. Saini)

Themohydraulic Performance of Solar Air Heaters having Integral Chamfered Rib Roughness on Absorber Plate”, Energy-The Int. Journal, Vol. 26/2, March 2001, pp. 161-176. (Co-authors: S.C. Solanki and J.S. Saini)

Thermohydraulic Performance of a Solar Air Heater with N-subcollectors in Series and Parallel Configuration”, Energy-The Int. Journal, Vol. 27, September 2002, pp. 807-812. (Co-authors: S.N. Garg and A.K. Arya)

Experimental Studies of Augmented Heat Transfer and Friction in Asymmetrically Heated Rectangular Ducts with Ribs on the Heated Wall in Transverse, Inclined, V-continuous and V-discrete Pattern”. International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 30 (2), pp. 241-250, 2003.

Experimental Study of Heat Transfer Enhancement in an Asymmetrically Heated Rectangular Duct with Perforated Baffles”, International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 32, pp. 275-284, 2005. (Co-authors: B.K. Maheshwari and Nitin Karwa).

Experimental Study of the Effects of Rib Angle and Discretization on Heat Transfer and Friction in an Asymmetrically Heated Rectangular Duct”, Journal of Enhanced Heat Transfer, Vol.12, No. 4, pp. 343-355, 2005. (Co-authors: R.D. Bairwa, B.P. Jain, and Nitin Karwa)

Effect of Flow Maldistribution on Thermal Performance of a Solar Air Heater Array with Subcollecters in Parallel”, Energy, Vol. 32, pp. 1260-1270, 2007. (Co-authors: Nitin Karwa, Rohit Misra and P.C. Agarwal)

Flow Visualization and Local Mass Transfer Studies for Turbulent Flow in a Wind Tunnel with Chamfered Ribs,” Journal of Visualization, Vol. 11, No. 3, pp. 205-212, 2007.

Heat Transfer and Friction in an Asymmetrically Heated Rectangular Duct with Half and Fully Perforated Baffles at Different Pitches”, International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 36(3), 2009, pp. 264-268.

”Experimental Study of Heat Transfer and Friction in Annular Ducts with Heated Tube having Spirally Wound Helical Spring”, Journal of Enhanced Heat Transfer, Vol. 17(1), 2010, pp. 77-92.

Performance Evaluation of Solar Air Heaters having V-down Discrete Rib Roughness on the Absorber Plate,” Energy, Vol. 35(1), 2010, pp. 398-409.

A Comparative Study of Different Roughness Geometries Proposed for Solar Air Heater Ducts”, Int. Review of Mechanical Engineering (IREME), Special Issue on Heat Transfer, Vol. 4(2), Feb., 2010.

Performance Study of Solar Air Heater having Absorber Plate with Half Perforated Baffles,” ISRN Renewable Energy, Vol. 2011, Article ID 634025, doi:10.5402/2011/634025. Coauthors: B.K. Maheshwari and S. K. Gharai.

“Performance Study of Solar Air Heater with Baffled Duct”, IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE), Volume 4, Issue 5 (Nov. - Dec. 2012), PP 52-56. Coauthors: B.K. Maheshwari et al.

Thermal Performance of solar air heater having absorber plate with v-down discrete rib roughness for space heating applications”, Journal of Renewable Energy, Volume 2013, Article 151578. Coauthor: V. Srivastava.

Performance Study of Solar Air Heater having V-down Discrete Rib Roughness on the Absorber Plate,” Accepted for publication in Energy, March 2013. (Co-author: Girish Chitosiya).

Design and Development of Simple and Low Cost Economizer for Small Boilers,” 11th National Heat and Mass Transfer Conference at IIT, Madras (India), 1991, pp. 383-386.

Performance of Solar Air Heaters having Integral Chamfered Rib Roughness” Int. Conf. on Advances in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, University of Roorkee, Roorkee (India), Feb. 6-7, 1997, pp. 393-403. (Co-authors: S.C. Solanki and J.S. Saini)

Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Characteristics of Rectangular Ducts with Inclined Chamfered Rib-roughness on one Broad Wall,” 14th National Heat and Mass Transfer Conference and 3rd ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass Transfer Conference at IIT, Kanpur (India), Dec. 29-31, 1997, pp. 331-336. (Co-authors: S.C. Solanki and J.S. Saini)

The Effect of Using Rib-roughened Absorber Plate on the Thermal Performance of the Existing Flat-plate Solar Air Heater,” Proceedings of World Renewable Energy Congress, Italy, September 25, 1998,Vol. 4, pp. 2263-2267.

Need for Reliable Heat Transfer Coefficient Correlation for Transitional Flow Regime in Rectangular Duct of Smooth Plate Solar Air Heater”, Fifteenth National Heat and Mass Transfer Conference and 4th ISHMT/ASME Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, IAT, Pune (India), January 12-15, 2000, 399-403.

Heat Transfer and Friction Characteristics of Asymmetrically Heated Rectangular Ducts with V-shaped Ribs on the Heated Wall”, Proceedings of Int. Symposium on Recent Trends in Heat and Mass Transfer, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, Assam (India), Jan. 6 - 8, 2002. (Co-authors: R. Jain, Ramdayal, S. Jain, and V.S. Parihar)

Existing Correlations for Wind Heat Transfer Coefficient and Their Impact on the Thermal Efficiency of Flat-Plate Collectors”. Proceeding Int. Conf. on Energy and Environmental Technologies for Sustainable Development, MNIT, Jaipur (India), October 8-10, 2003, 360-366. (Co-author: S.K. Kamboj)

Effect of Boundary Layer Mixing on Thermo-hydraulic Performance of an Asymmetrically Heated Rectangular Duct”. Proceeding Int. Conf. on Energy and Environmental Technologies for Sustainable Development, MNIT, Jaipur (India), October 8-10, 2003, 390-366. (Co-authors: Anish Mathews et al.)

Experimental Study of Augmented Heat Transfer and Friction in Asymmetrically Heated Annular Duct with Artificial Roughness”, Proceedings 18th National and 7th ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, Assam (India), January 4-6, 2006, Paper No. HMT-2006-C180, 1285-1293. (Co-authors: Sharma et al.)

Flow visualization and experimental local mass transfer studies for turbulent flow in a square duct with chamfered ribs roughness”, 19th National and 8th ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, January 3-5, 2008, JNTU College, Hyderabad (India). (Coauthors: B.K. Maheshwari, Nitin Karwa).

Experimental study of natural convection between asymmetrically heated parallel plates with open or closed side gaps and chimney”, International Symposium on Convective Heat and Mass Transfer in Sustainable Energy (CONV-09), April 26 to May 1, 2009, Hammamet, Tunisia. (Coauthor: Sunil Gupta) DOI: 10.1615/ICHMT.2009.CONV.650; ICHMT digital Library, Begel House Publications.

Performance study of a solar air heater with chamfered rib-roughness on absorber plate for space heating applications” Proceedings of 20th National and 9th International ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, January 4-6, 2010, Mumbai, India. (Coauthors: B. K. Maheshwari and O. P. Panwar)

Heat transfer studies on hot box solar cooker,” Proceedings of International Congress on Renewable Energy (ICORE) Dec. 1-Dec. 3, 2010, Chandigarh. (Coauthor: G. S. Varshney)

Evaporative and nucleate boiling under spray cooling conditions: A review”, Proceedings of International Conference On Emerging Trends in Mechanical Engineering (ICETME 2011), Thapar University, Patiala, Feb. 24-26, 2011. (Co-author: Sunil Gupta)

Performance study of solar air heater with discrete rib roughness on absorber plate”, accepted for the 21st National & 10TH ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, December 27-30, 2011, IIT Madras, India (B.K. Maheshwari et al.)

Gas Turbine/Organic Rankine Cycle Combined Plant as Captive Power Plant,” National Symposium on Trends in Gas Turbine Engineering, Madras (India). (Co-author Dr. K.S. Gupta)

Energy Saving in a Textile Industry through Use of Efficient Equipments,” National Seminar on Energy Management at MNREC, Allahabad (India), March 2-3, 1995, pp. A50-57.

High Efficiency Decentralized Power Stations - Gas Turbine Cogeneration System,” National Seminar on Energy Management at MNREC, Allahabad (India), March 2-3, 1995, pp. A58-65.

Second Law Analysis of 5 MW Gas Turbine/Organic Rankine Cycle Combined Power Plant,” 10th Indian Engineering Congress, Jaipur (India), December 20-23, 1995, pp. E-60 to E-68, (Co-author: Dr. K.S. Gupta)

Engineering Education in a Shambles - Reasons and Remedies,” National Seminar on Restructuring of Technical Education System for Better Efficiency and Effectiveness at Vallabh Vidyanagar, 17-18 Oct. 1997.

Design and Fabrication of a Low Cost Solar Air Heater for Space Heating, Part 1: Design Considerations and Thermo-hydraulic Performance Prediction,” National Solar Energy Convention-97 on Towards Commercialization of Clean Energy at Anna University, Chennai (India), Dec. 22-24, 1997, pp. 54-60.

Design and Fabrication of a Low Cost Solar Air Heater for Space Heating, Part 2: Thermal Performance, and Fabrication,” National Solar Energy Convention - 97 on Towards Commercialization of Clean Energy at Anna University, Chennai (India), Dec. 22-24, 1997, pp.61-66.

Effect of Duct Depth on the Thermo-hydraulic Performance of a Conventional Solar Air Heater”, Proceedings of The National Solar Energy Convention 1998, at University of Roorkee, Roorkee (India), Nov. 30 Dec. 2, 1998, pp. 45-52.

Enhanced Performance Artificially Roughened Flat-plate Solar Air Heaters,” IETE Seminar on Solar Technologies at Jaipur (India), May 22, 1999. (Co-authors: Rohit Mishra and P.C. Agarwal)

Experimental Investigation of Thermal Performance of Natural Convection Solar Air Heater”, IETE Seminar on Solar Technologies at Jaipur (India), May 22, 1999. (Co-authors: A. Bansal, Anil Kumar, Ashok Kumar, S. Goyal, S.N. Sharma, and S. Chaudhary)

Effect of Ratio of Duct Length to Depth on the Thermo-hydraulic Performance of a Conventional Solar Air Heater”, Proceedings of The National Solar Energy Convention 1999, at Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore, Dec. 20-22, 1999, pp. 255-259.

Experimental Investigation of Thermal Performance of Natural Convection Solar Air Heater with Corrugated Absorber Plate for Space Heating”, National Seminar on Renewable Energy Sources for Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development, Engineering College, Kota (India), Jan. 28 29, 2000, pp. 76-82. (Co-authors: P. Patel, S.K. Sharma, S. Sharma, S. Mehta, and V. Agarwal).

Investigation of Thermal Performance of Natural Convection Solar Air Heater with Vee-corrugated Absorber Plate”, Proceedings of National Renewable Energy Convention 2000, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, Mumbai, India, Nov. 30 Dec. 2, 2000. (Co-authors: A. Bhoot, A. Vimal, C.S. Kaushik, M. Sharma, N. Jain, R. Pidva, and V. Kshirsagar).

Energy Management in Small to medium Scale Industries (with special reference to furnaces, boilers and dryers)”, Published in Souvenir released on occasion of Western Rajasthan Handicraft Fair from Jan. 2-11, 2001 at Jodhpur, (Rajasthan), India, pp. 21-23.

Energy Saving in an Electric Heated Coated Abrasive Drying Tunnel Through Design Modification”, Proceedings of All India Seminar on Recent Advances and Prospects in 21st Century (PSRAP21C), Malaviya Regional Engineering College, Jaipur (India), Feb. 17, 2001, pp.247-250.

Solar-powered Organic Rankine Cycle Heat Engines: A Review”, Proceedings of All India Seminar on Recent Advances and Prospects in 21st Century (PSRAP21C), 17 Feb. 2001, Malaviya Regional Engineering College, Jaipur, (India), Feb. 17, 2001, pp. 20-28.

Thermo-economic Performance of a One-Pass, Corrugated, Bare-Plate Solar Air Heater for Low Temperature Applications”, All India Seminar on Advances in Solar Energy Technologies, M.B.M. Engineering College, J.N.V. University, Jodhpur (India), Jan. 29-30, 2002, pp.196-199. (Co-author: Rakesh Mehta)

Calculation of Top Loss Coefficient for a Flat-plate Solar Collector”. National Conf. on Emerging Energy Technologies at N.I.T., Hamirpur, March 28-29, 2003, pp. 69-75. (Co-author: Nitin Karwa)

Performance Evaluation Criteria for Enhanced Performance Flat-plate Solar Air Heaters.” National Conf. on Emerging Energy Technologies at N.I.T., Hamirpur, March 28-29, 2003, pp. 89-95. (Co-author: Chandresh Sharma)

Heat Transfer Coefficient correlations for Flat-plate Solar Air Heater - A Review”. National Conf. on Emerging Energy Technologies at N.I.T., Hamirpur, March 28-29, 2003, pp. 135-152. (Co-author: S.K. Kamboj)

Enhanced Performance Flat-Plate Solar Air Heater Assisted Dryers for Agriculture Products”. Symposium on Renewable Energies in Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia April 26-27, 2004.

Technical education in Ethiopia: lessons to learn from Indian experience”. 3rd October Research Seminar, Nazareth College of Technical Teacher Education, Nazareth, Ethiopia; October 23, 2004

Computer Simulation of Flat-plate Solar Air Heaters”, Emerging Computational Techniques and Their Applications, Faculty of Engineering, J.N.V. University, Jodhpur, Oct 22-23, 2005. (Co-authors: Chandresh Sharma and P.C. Agarwal).

Mathematical modeling of flat-plate solar air heaters and thermo-hydraulic performance prediction”, National Symposium of Emerging Technologies, MIT, Moradabad, July 20-21, 2007 (Keynote Speaker).

Critical heat flux and film boiling under spray cooling conditions: a review”, National Conf. on Advances in Heat and Mass Transfer, 30-31 Oct., 2009, Finolex Academy of Management and Technology, Ratnagiri in association with International Institute of Information Technology (IIT), Pune.

“Energy efficient comfortable buildings: Some critical design issues”, Keynote Lecture, All India Seminar on Energy Efficient Buildings, The Institution of Engineers (India), Jodhpur, December 10-11, 2010 (Keynote Speaker).

Flow visualization studies for low reynolds number laminar flow in a smooth tube with twisted tape inserts”, Proc. of National Conf. on Innovative Development in Next Decade, Challenges, Issues & Solutions, Jodhpur National University, Jodhpur, Feb. 11-12, 2011. Co-author: Chandresh Sharma

Natural and forced convection solar air heaters for utilization of solar energy: state of art”, National Seminar on Energy Security for India Opportunities & Challenges (ESIOC- 2011), MECRC in association with Institution of Engineers (I), Jodhpur, March 4-5, 2011. (Invited Lecture)

New Generation Solar Air Heaters: A Review”, 27th National Convention of Mechanical Engineers & National Seminar on “Advances in MEMS and Robotics in Manufacturing Industries”, Jaipur, 3-4 September, 2011. (Invited Lecture)

DIRECTOR'S WORD

In the quest of knowledge and to contribute meaningfully to the Nation and the human society, JIET Campus has been ascertained. It has now acquired the status of one of the premier technological institutions in the region, for preparing future professionals. It offers undergraduate programme in electronics & communication engineering, Computer Engineering and Information Technology along with masters programme in management i.e. MBA.

It has a rich tradition of pursuing academic excellence, value based education and providing a conducive environment for overall development of the Institute. In addition to their excellent teaching, the faculty members are actively involved in research and consultancy. A large number of research and consultancy projects have been undertaken, several of them being of National & Global importance. Although we are affiliated with Rajasthan Technical University yet our value added programmes offered by JIET are comprehensive and are continuously being updated to keep pace with latest developments and innovations in associated disciplines with necessary blend of IT and management. Newer programs especially at postgraduate level are planned to be added in accordance with academic needs and industry requirements. It is also undertaking various projects for uplift of community, especially the rural community in the area of sustainable development, environmental management, IT enabled rural development etc.

We strongly believe in human values and our commitment to the Nation and human society. Accordingly, our teaching-learning process is based on motivating factors, discipline, although in conducive relaxed natural ambience. We have created a secured, congenial and serene environment for teachers and students who want to make it their coveted educational destination. And we are only in the process of further development


With Best Wishes...



Prof. (Dr.) Rajendra Karwa
Director
Jodhpur Institute of Engineering & Technology
Jodhpur

Name

Prof. (Dr.) K. R. Chowdhary

Date of Birth

Jan 1, 1954

Educational Qualification

Ph. D. (Computer Science & Engineering), (Natural Language Processing), from JNV University, Jodhpur (2004)
B.E. (Hons), (Electronics & Communication Engineering), M.B.M. Engineering College, 1978
P.G. Training, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Bombay, 1979

Work Experience

Professor Chowdhary has extensive experience in Research and teaching for over 36 years. He did his Bachelor of Engineering with Hons. division from M.B.M. Engineering college in 1978, and immediately after that joined Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Bombay, where he completed one year PG Training, and was appointed as Scientific Officer C, and was promoted to Scientific Officer SD in 1983. During the stay in BARC Dr. Chowdhary designed and developed various systems related to nuclear reactor’s safety and control, and did the computer analysis in these areas on Main-frame systems.

After working in BARC, Bombay for about 6.5 years, Dr. Chowdhary joined M.B.M Engineering College, Jodhpur in Feb. 1985, as Associate Professor, where is he taught the courses of computer Science & Engineering. He was responsible for framing the syllabus for the courses of MCA, B.E. Computer Science, and B.E. (IT), and had taught these courses right from their inception, for almost 29 years.

On creation of the dept. of computer Science & Engineering in MBM Engineering college, he along with all the CS courses moved to this new dept. in the year 1997, where he became head of the dept. in Feb. 2001, and remained at this position up to June 2006. He got 2nd term of the Head of the dept. in June 2009, and remained as Professor and Head till he continued in the M.B.M. Engineering College (Dec. 2013). While his stay in the Dept. of Computer Sc. & Engg. (at MBM), Prof. Chowdhary started the part - time Master of Engineering (CSE) program in 2005, and full time M.E. in (CSE) in 2010.

While as Head of the Dept. of CSE at MBM Engg. College, Prof. Chowdhary remained the Director of University’s Computer Centre, almost during the entire period from Jan. 2001 to Dec. 2013, where he created the Networking facility connecting all the five faculties of the JNV University, as well as for Engineering Hostels.

Professor Chowdhary had also taught at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Jodhpur from Oct. 2010 till April 2014 to B.Tech. (Computer Sc.), in addition to the regular teaching at MBM Engineering College.

While in the Dept. of Computer Sc. & Engineering at MBM Engg. College, Prof. Chowdhary organized 6 National Level Conferences in the very emerging and latest areas of Computer Science, and has published total over 60 research papers in Journals and Conferences together. He has also been editor of various conference proceedings, and Journal of Institution of Engineers in Computer discipline, and has authored the book “Fundamentals of Discrete Mathematical Structures”, which is published by Prentice-Hall of India, both as paper and eBook edition. Due to its popularity, it is also available as Amazon,s “Kindle” edition, as well as Google eBook, and being followed as standard textbook in many University’s courses, and available at all the online stores.

Background

Formerly Professor & Head Dept. of Computer Science & Engg, MBM Engineering College; Director Computer Centre, JNV University; Faculty at IIT, Jodhpur; and Senior Scientist at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai. Twice recipient eminent engineer’s award from Institution of Engineers (I), Calcutta.

Others

Member: IEEE, ACM, IE, EATCS

Books

"Fundamentals of Discrete Mathematical Structures", published by Prentice-Hall of India.

Publications

Over 60 papers in journals and conferences (details at www.krchowdhary.com)

DIRECTOR’S WORD

Dear Students welcome to this pioneer Institute of Rajasthan.

We have travelled a decade through KAIZEN (Continuous improvement involving everyone) and we are proud that our students and teachers have taken up task of stimulating apparently ordinary people to unusual effort of making winners; the University toppers. This is because the institute providesconducive environment as envisaged by Albert Einstein.

I never teach my pupil, I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they learn.

As stated in vision, our motive is not only to shape stake holder into globally competitive engineers with strong personal and professional skills, but also to the most carrying, wise and determined human beings with eco-friendly societal focus Engineers, Technocrats, Bureaucrats with human face is the need of hour.

I dare you to dream nothing less than excellence through work smart and strive. Enjoy learning and don’t compromise on ethics and beliefs. Put wisdom in education by combining knowledge with application and compassion with institution.

Arise! Awake! and stop not till goal is reached --- Swami Vivekananda.
Have wining spirit.

Best of Luck!



Prof. (Dr.) K. R. Chowdhary
Director
JIET College of Engineering
Jodhpur

Name

Prof. (Dr.) H.K. Bedi

Designation

Director

Department

Management Studies

Educational Qualification

B.A., M.A., PhD & M.B.A.

Teaching Experience

40 Years

Papers published

National: 18 International: 2

Papers presented in Conferences

National:22 International: 2

DIRECTOR'S WORD

The ever growing and synergetic blend of technology and innovation is fuelling dynamism in global business arena. Transcending effectively the ever changing business horizon is the key challenge for today’s Management professional. It is our consistent endeavor at JIET UNIVERSE to identity the evolving leadership and managerial imperatives of industry and pursues a multidisciplinary approach to harness and channelize the latent potential of our budding Management professionals.

JIET Universe’s two year MBA program has a legacy of professional excellence in Indian Industry associated with it. The program lays the foundation for conceptual and analytical reasoning, gives the students an insight into the dynamics of the corporate world and is fine-tuned significantly every year to stay abreast with the current business scenario. We ensure a conducive environment wherein budding professionals unlock their entire human asset potential and develop their inherent skills and insight to facilitate them to don the leadership roles in their own right.

A truly varied mix of academic backgrounds and work experience in various sectors such as banking, information technology, manufacturing etc. across a number of functions including operations, finance, marketing, logistics and consulting among others; with unique cultural orientations and diverse regional affiliations, the Management student’s greatest asset is its ability to combine all these to develop distinctive managerial solutions with a thrust on values and ethics.

I take this opportunity to thank to all the stake holders for their unflinching support and constant patronage that JIET UNIVERSE has enjoyed. We look forward to experience the same synergy in the future.



Dr. H. K. Bedi
Director
JIET School of Management
Jodhpur