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“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn”

This statement by Benjamin Franklin justifies the idea of taking up internships, especially for students. One gets to know and learn better when one gets involved in the actual work environment. College lectures disseminate all the requisite theoretical knowledge but internships support and help in polishing the knowledge gathered within the four walls of the classroom. Internships have become an integral part of all courses, be it professional or non-professional. Students look forward to the internship part of their education, it is like a trailer before the actual movie comes out. Just like a trailer of a movie gives the audience an idea of what the whole movie may be like and then helps in deciding whether to watch the movie or not, internship gives one an idea of what kind of work will be offered after pursuing a particular course and prepares one for functioning in his/her field of work.

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Engineering, JMIT Updates

Before differentiating Resume and CV, both of these are used in job applicants. Let’s describe them one by one. Let’s first talk about Resume. Resume is summary of your education, work history, credentials, and other accomplishments and skills. Resume talks about your objective and career statement both of which are very necessary for applying for a job, a strong objective and career statement shows your potential and interest about your work. A Resume should always be as concise as possible. Resume has got different types which includes chronological, Functional and combination formats. Try to include bulleted points in resumes as it helps to keep the information concise. The size of resume is generally one page long although sometimes it can be as long as two pages.

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We are glad to inform all the students and staff members that Mr.Vickey Nandal, Roll No. 1209412, student of Mechanical Engg. 2013 passout batch , resident of Panipat has been selected for PM Scholarship for Ph.D. course from IIT Delhi.  A scholarship of Rs. 25000/- per month will be awarded to him by the Government.

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The Institute was established by the Ved Prakash Mukand Lal Educational Society (Regd.) in the year 1995.  JMIT stand up for its excellence, providing quality technical and management education, research and training.  JMIT Radaur is the most prestigious among the 22 institutions of knowledge & learning.  Many hundreds of placements are secured by the Institute making it a no.1 Institute ranking between the best Engineering College in Haryana. It is a autonomous institute which is an ISO 9001:2008 Certified and is in its sixteen years of operation. Various workshops and competitions are held within the campus to develop the students’ capability in various fields. The Institute believes in preparing the students well in advance concurrent to their education and training to avail these opportunities. It promotes the inter disciplinary higher education for bachelors along with masters. To achieve it time to time JMIT invites the achievers in the respective field to give exposure to their students so that they can confidently face the challenging corporate world.  Their vision lies in “Excellence Through creativity and innovation” and to produce advanced Engineers, Managers and Technologies with Training of Head, Heart and Hands Employable anywhere in the world”

Not only this, JMIT fulfills all of their social responsibilities like took an initiative for the blood donation movement in the year 1972 .The movement caught the attention of the teachers and youth in a big way and today the students have made it a habit to frequently donate blood for the people who are in need of it. More than a noble and humanitarian deed, it has become a religion for them. The students took a pledge, to not let to die any people due to unavailability of blood in their locality. It is estimated that all the Jai Parkash Mukand Lal Institutions all over Northern India have donated over 38,861 units of blood 2015.

Likewise, various other programmers like going paperless, free help, charities etc are successfully run by the Institute. So, all what we can say is studying in JMIT really gives a wholesome experience to the students.