"If you can imagine, you can create.” “JECRC MAKERSPACE” is a place for students who show interest in learning and working with electronic hardware. Makerspace focuses on providing a semi-formal environment, where students can work together irrespective of their course of study. The main domains are digital circuits, robotics and 3D printing.
IAESTE LC JECRC
IAESTE is an independent, non-profit, non-political and non-governmental international association that deals with the exchange of students for technical experience. Student pursuing technical education (particularly in science, engineering and the applied arts) are provided with opportunities to apply for paid, course-related, training abroad. With over 80 countries involved and exchanging over 7000 job offers search year worldwide, it is the largest organization of its kind in the world, affecting around 3,35,000 students since its inception. IAESTE provides students with a unique opportunity to gain relevant technical training that lasts from 4-52 weeks. IAESTE India LC JECRC is the flagship student exchange programme of JECRC Foundation running from the past 4 years. Till date 149 of our students have benefitted through the exchange programs at IAESTE JECRC.
Cultural Fest - Renaissance
The national level techno cultural fest of JECRC, Renaissance has made a niche for itself among all colleges in the region. It's the second largest college fest of Rajasthan organized every year in March and witnesses a footfall of more than 6000 students from top colleges from across the country. Renaissance provides a versatile platform for all students to learn and explore the various dimensions of their personality and showcase their talent. It invites students from all around the globe to put their inventiveness, ingenuity and aptitude to test. Our flagship events like Adaa(Fashion Show), Bootstrapping(Choreo Night) & Robo War are much talked about properties in the college circuit of the region. Renaissance also provides unmatchable learning and exposure to the organizing team of students in the form of team work, pressure handling and product sale and promotion. This year all robotics events in Renaissance were conducted using poly carbonate sheet and steel base which was done for the first time in Rajasthan. In past we have witnessed notable celebrities visit our college during Renaissance. Lt. Jagjit Singh, Shubha Mudgal, Euphoria, Javed Ali, Grammy Award Winner Pt. Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, Nobel Laureate Mr. Kailash Satyarthi, Ranbir Kapoor, Abhishek Bachchan are a few of such esteemed names.
Student Clubs at JECRC
At JECRC we believe in the holistic grooming of our students and hence we stress equal emphasis on round the year extracurricular activities which are facilitated through the various active student clubs at JECRC. For students inclined towards social services we have clubs like Zarurat, SOCH, Aashayein and Suhasini that are doing commendable job in enriching lives of the underprivileged sections of the society. We have two dance clubs Enigma & Khaalas, dramatics club Face & Footlite, fine arts club, Atrangi, the official college magazine J-Mag, photography club Fotografreaks, robotics club Xananoids, mechatronics club Moonriders and many more such clubs providing opportunity to nurture talent of young minds.
Model United Nations
Established in 2012, JECRC MUN has become the most widely acclaimed platform for the development of diplomatic and leadership skills in Rajasthan. Conducted annually, this legacy has been consistently improving and enhancing to provide the best debating environment to delegates from all across the country and spreading its wings over international boundaries. In the eighth edition of 2019, seven different committees were simulated that witnessed overwhelming participation. The collaboration from UNIC uplifted the worth of our fraternity. The delighted delegates and contented members were the testimony to the grandeur of the conference. We were graced by the esteemed presence of Dr Jawahar Surisetti, a renowned psychologist and TED Speaker, and Ms Hari Chandana Dasari, a young and dynamic civil servant. In earlier conferences, the stage of JECRC MUN has witnessed the glorious presence of personalities like Shri Mani Shankar Aiyar, a former Indian diplomat and Shri Anand Chulani, International Speaker. The success of this eighth edition of the conference marked JECRC MUN as the supreme leader of the circuits of the region. 6 committees namely GA-DISEC, UNSC, UN-HRC, Lok Sabha, and Emergency Prime Minister's Meet along with International Press were simulated.
“Necessity is the mother of all inventions.” taking inspiration from these words, the students of JECRC Foundation, Jaipur developed scientific and technological projects, finding their applications in various fields which proves the calibre of JECRCians not only in theoretical but also practical experiences of life. All this occurred during the fourth edition of J-Techtrix, conceived in 2016. Carrying forward the legacy, J-Techtrix 2019 was inaugurated by Arpit Agarwal, Director, JECRC Foundation, Dr. V. K. Chandna, Principal JECRC, Dr. Ruchi Mathur, Dean First year & the esteemed dignitaries of the Foundation. With the huge participation of approximate 325 students and 150 projects, the campus witnessed many great ideas that can change the future of technology. Various models, both static and dynamic was presented from different branches of Computer Science and Electronics, Information Technology, Electronics & communication, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering. The participants presented and explained the projects on efficient power usage, administrative websites for government use, engineering models for bridges, robotics etc.
JECRC-RTBI (Rural Technology Business Incubator)
JECRC’s Rural Technology Business Incubator (RTBI) is under a registered not-for-profit society (Society for Transforming Engineering Education). Established as a formal business incubator with the inception support of the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Rajasthan, the aim of RTBI is to support rural and social inclusive start-ups, primarily those that enable scalable products and services for the under-served and bottom-of-the-pyramid segment. Its mission is to transform job seekers into job providers through engineering education. It shall provide basic business amenities and support required by the new startups to survive and thrive in their initial growth phase. Incubates are selected on the basis of feasibility and innovativeness of business idea. Engineering undergraduates, graduates, faculty members and even functional startups are eligible for availing incubation and business support services from the RTBI.