1. “INTERFACE OF INDUSTRY”
Students visit to different national level exhibitions like- India Craft week, DELHI India Design Symposium (International Exhibition of Design), Art Summits, Trade fairs, Industrial units, Visit to different states of India to expose students to Historical, Vernacular and Contemporary art and craft
In this series “Workshops” are a great way for students to gain hands-on experience and rapidly acquire knowledge in their area of expertise. Not only National but International experts in their field have shared their experience & guided students with their own market experience. Main purpose of the classes was to polish the knowledge & improve awareness about the futuristic job oriented studies. This not only helped them to gain new things but a new frame of thoughts & perspective was open about studying in
3. “MASTER CLASS”
”Know How Series” by eminent industry person of different fields come for Guest lecturers as this expand the student horizons of creativity further. As the city ‘Jaipur’ has a beautiful legacy in the field of art and design so students get the opportunities to attend big shows and exhibitions throughout the year. In these hard times of Pandemic, numerous Online Master Classes were conducted to improve skills of students and rapidly acquire knowledge in their area of expertise.
The students are assessed through presentation and discussion after every semester by a jury comprising industry experts and academicians. Students are encouraged to develop their ability to present their work and continuous comprehensive evaluation is a regular practice of the department.
5. “COLLABORATIVE EVENTS”
The well integrated inter- disciplinary curriculum infuses an in –depth knowledge. The idea is to create an opportunity for the students to interact, co- create and learn beyond their classrooms, one of the event like “ART ON A PLATE” - The Faculty of Design and The Faculty of Hotel Management at the JECRC University, Jaipur come together to organize a collaborative event every year.
JU-Rhythm is envisioned as best techno-cultural and business fest to bring out the talent and to explore the same in the budding students. The students of design department carried out the entire work planning & implementation of the design space. The rhythm platform is an excellent opportunity to understand the practical aspects and dynamics of translating creative concept into usable final form.
7. “AN EDUCATIONAL TRIP”
The primary objective and intent of our schools is to awaken intelligence in the educator and the student. Educational trips that form a part of the school curriculum are very valuable as they provide the students the opportunity of learning through travel, especially to places that they may not otherwise get to visit. To expose students to Historical, Vernacular and Contemporary architecture.
Faculty of Design with total 35 students visited the following places from 30/09/18 to 07/10/18.
3. Amritsar etc.
Students visited many places like 'Wagha Border, Golden Temple, Jaliyawala Bagh, Partition Museum etc. in Amritsar' , Himachal Cricket Stadium, War Museum, World famous Dalai Lama Art Centre, Monasteries etc in Dharmshala', Adventure Sports, Khajiar (Mini Switzerland of india ), Old Temple visit etc. in Dalhousie.
8. JKK-EXHIBITION – “NAYAPUN”
School of Design in JECRC University Organized an Exhibition under the name of “NAYAPUN” at Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur from 1st April 2022 to 3rd April 2022. We had associated with Pencibox Design Agency, based in Bangalore for conceptualising, mentoring and facilitation. Also, we collaborated with a popular Standup Comedian and Artist-Mr.Ravi Gupta (Raised in Banaras and living in Delhi, this comedian is 'Dil Se Desi' and his jokes are perfect mood-busters). The exhibition's Inaugural Ceremony was embraced by the presence of Chief Guest Mr Sanjay Jhala Ji, an intellectual Satire Writer, Artist and very well-known “Hasya Kavi” along with the other dignitaries. More than 50 Students of the School of Design participated in the exhibition. They created innovative products which were connected to the PUNS.
9. JKK–WORKSHOP – “PRINT–MAKING”
“Exploration is curiosity pit into action.”
School of Design, JECRC University in collaboration with Jawahar Kala Kendra organised a 10 Days workshop that ended with a mesmerising exhibition on the 10th Day. Etching, Leno out and dry points were explained practically to the graphic Students. The work and learning’s of the 9-day workshop were presented on the 10th Day, we had Mr SUBRATO MANDAL as our Chief Guest, who is a former professor at Rajasthan University. The Graphic students were felicitated and appreciated for their hard work and curiosity to learn.