Mr. Atul Narang is the Dean(Student Welfare) at Anand Engineer College, Agra. He has more than 24 years of work experience in industry and academics. Before joining academics in 2006, he had 10 years of experience in business consultancy and banking services. He has been actively engaged in research activities for a decade. He has a substantial number of publications in reputed journals and is credited with the membership of several Professional Bodies at the national level. He has been an external examiner in various government/private universities. He has been actively involved in students' extracurricular activities, coordinating annual festivals, seminars, workshops and Student development skills activities. With the help of coordinators we are running ten student clubs to enhance various skills among the students.
Although the hiatus caused by pandemic has impacted our admission but we have picked up our pace
The massive spread of unprecedented COVID-19 and the delay in the declaration of board results, the admission process got delayed. We have recently picked up pace and are taking massive leaps to reach our defined targets. We are confident enough that we will increase the intake in all the courses from the previous year.
We focus on developing skills which are required for a productive growth of the students
We are committed to provide a conducive and constructive learning environment that enhances student's intellectual and personal growth. We organize various curricular activities to make campus life vibrant and lively. In order to ensure the holistic development of our students' University is committed to promoting co-curricular activities along with sports.
At present, the University has the following activity clubs:
- Photography Club (IKLICKZ)
- Manthan Literary Club.
- Pridrishti Cultural Club
- Theatre and Cine Club
- Fine Arts Club.
- Taru Pallav Mitra Club.
- Spardha Sports Club.
- Technical Paper Presentation Club.
- Corporate Social Responsibility Club.
- Student Spiritual Development Club.
To ascertain the talent of our students, we precisely work and promote physical education, NSS, NCC.
We aim to shape the student's personalities so that they become competent and responsible citizens, along with academic accomplishments and accolades.
We make sure to prepare students for the placements and our statistics are perfect examples for the same
The Placement, both for final jobs and Summer Internships, is an integral part of our institution's annual calendar of activities. AEC has a well laid-out and systematic process of dovetailing our student's career aspirations with corporate expectations.
Our Placement Department comprises 15 members represented by the Placement Managers and Industry Professionals. The leading companies from all sectors are invited by the Placement Department on the Campus, where the eligible students are facilitated to go through the entire selection process. The whole process is governed by the student's ability and performance, as well as the requirements and norms of the Industry.
More than 86.19% of the students got placed last year, they got the offer letters, but the date of joining got deferred due to COVID 19. Twenty percent of students got even two offer letters from various companies.
We have companies recruiting our students from various domains of industry
Companies that visit our Campus are from banking, software, consultancy, digital marketing, IT service sectors, Manufacturing and logistics, education, etc. The average package offered to the student was 3.1 lakhs per annum. Highest package earned by our students with a gross salary of 12.4 lakhs in Extramarks.
We practice the democratic and coaching style of leadership in our institute
The Sharda Educational Trust was formed as an educational initiative in response to the emerging trends, by a group of leaders from Industry, trade, business and academia with an affirmed objective of providing "professional education to meet global challenges."
We practice the democratic and coaching style of leadership in our institute. In some of the classes of practical insights where we want to give freedom to faculty on teaching methods, we follow the Laissez-Faire style of leadership.
There are many loopholes which are to be filled, and future looks bright in terms of education
Higher education, in general, serves broader societal objectives. Higher education also serves a wide array of students with differing needs, resources, and capacities.
A challenge in higher education counts many, but some of them can be narrated as:
- To find ways and means to reduce the cost burden on parents and increase the productivity of the education process.
- To find the best possible technologies on which online education can be given to the students as the testing time of COVID 19 progresses.
- To find excellent and efficient students in Higher education and make a smooth process run in hunting a talent matching role to cater to the needs of today's Industry.
There are probably many solutions in New Education policy, so we hope and are confident enough that students will be benefitted at large.
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A plethora of courses are customized to help students get a better understanding towards technical education
Our University, Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Technical University, has come up with a curriculum that is practically applicable in Industry. It has course outcomes that help the undergraduate engineering students and also the postgraduate management students.
Undergraduate engineering students are taught a series of courses in basic sciences to develop an understanding of scientific principles and methods, analytical ability, and rigor. These courses are followed by courses in engineering sciences to provide a smooth transition from basic sciences to professional engineering courses.
A series of courses in technical arts are designed to develop engineering skills through training in engineering drawing, measurements, computing skills, manufacturing technology, and effective communication.
The professional courses in the chosen field of specialization are meant to develop creative abilities for the application of basic and engineering sciences to engineering problems involving planning, design, manufacturing, maintenance, and research and development.
Courses in Management and social sciences are incorporated to develop an appreciation of the impact on society and the business sector.We are responding to demand new skills, such as computer programming or data science, even as they maintain and make a case for important education in humanistic fields that are essential to dealing with ethical and values-based questions being raised by societal changes.