LATEST ANNOUNCEMENTS


  • Unnat Bharat Abhiyan Village Survey is going on in adopted villages by NSS Students of Govt. College for Women(A), Guntur from 21-2-2019

  • JKC Summer Batch Registrations are opened. All the Second year students should register their names at JKC Lab.

  • A Two-Day State level UGC sponsored Workshop on Student centered methods is going to be held on 22,23 of Feb 2019 for Newly recruited and Contract/Guest Faculty. For Registration Click here. Last date for Registration is 20-02-2019.

  • A Three-Day State level UGC sponsored Workshop on Preparation for Accreditation and Assessment from 25-27th of February 2019. For Registration Click here. Last date for Registration is 20-02-2019.

  • NAAC SSR submitted online on 6-1-19.

  • Student Satisfaction Survey completed

Career Guidance & Placement Cell ( Jawahar Knowledge Center)


Govt. College for Women, GUNTUR is one among 11 Degree colleges in Andhra Pradesh, in which JKCs were established first time in the year 2006. In JKC the students are trained to learn the technical skills, soft skills, project management skills, problem solving techniques and communication skills by employing accelerated learning strategies.

Govt. College for Women, GUNTUR is one among 11 Degree colleges in Andhra Pradesh, in which JKCs were established first time in the year 2006. In JKC the students are trained to learn the technical skills, soft skills, project management skills, problem solving techniques and communication skills by employing accelerated learning strategies.

Moulding the students to the perspective of corporate community is the main objective of JKC. It is a training programme that brings out and strengthens their inherent skills, plus equips them with employable skills that are missing. With a focus to provide quality human resources to the Nation, JKC joined hands with companies like Infosys, HCL, TCS, ILM, Mahindra Satyam, Wipro etc. under Campus Connect initiative Foundation programme and soft skills programmes are being organized to students.

JKCs thus became visibly hubs of student activity. With the state of the art computer labs, the centers became sources of vibrant linguistic platforms for the socially marginalized students of Government Degree Colleges to try their best to improve their employable skills, across the state. This novel scheme has brought about expected dividends in ensuring the skill-based learning activity move ahead successfully. More interestingly, ELF (English Language Fellow) trained English Teachers’ methodology (more of STT, Student Talk Time) became a useful tool in training the undergraduates on the platform provided by the Jawahar Knowledge Centers. This was a great beginning of a very practical activity to counter quickly, the poor communication skills of the undergraduate students in the State of Andhra Pradesh, which is useful even in their Higher Education.

Context


The ever increasing prominence of India on the global map has lead to a growing demand for hard working and talented students good with computer skills, communication skills and industry related skills. The doors of global job market are opened to students who can speak fluently, compute quickly, write legibly and analyze logically. The conventional curriculum offered through B.A., B.Com and B.Sc., courses does not impart requisite skills relevant for dynamic job market especially that of emerging industries like Software and BPO. The Department felt the need to offer training to bridge the skill deficit of students and to enable them seize employment opportunities in job market.

Initiative


The Govt. of Andhra Pradesh initiated Jawahar Knowledge Centres (JKC) in Degree Colleges to help students learn and practice employability skills. These centers aim to provide solution to the problem of unemployment faced by students studying nonprofessional courses in Degree Colleges of AP. The ever increasing prominence of India on the global map has lead to a growing demand for hard working and talented students good with computer skills, communication skills and industry related skills. The doors of global job market are opened to students who can speak fluently, compute quickly, write legibly and analyze logically. The conventional curriculum offered through B.A., B.Com and B.Sc., courses does not impart requisite skills relevant for dynamic job market especially that of emerging industries like Software and BPO. The Department felt the need to offer training to bridge the skill deficit of students and to enable them seize employment opportunities in job market.

Objectives


To impart requisite skills relevant for dynamic job market and to enable students to seize employment opportunities.
To provide latest technologies to the students from poor and marginalized sections of the society and to encourage them to compete with their urban counterparts
To enable the students climb the ladder of success by providing world class infrastructure and experienced faculty.
To help students realize their potential and aim high in life and to motivate students to be creative, independent and self reliant.
To provide SC and ST students with adequate knowledge and employability skills.
To ensure empowerment of girl students by providing job skills.
To conduct Job Fairs & Campus Recruitment drives and to facilitate the placement of students trained in JKCs.

Staff Details


Photo Name Of The Faculty Qualification Designation Profile
Smt.N.Santhisri Devi M.A, Ph.D JKC Co-Ordinator
Sri. Yunis Khan B.E, M.B.A Full Time Mentor
Smt.K.Aparna M.I.T,M.B.A HR Mentor
Sri K.Srinivasa Rao M.Sc Electronics Full Time Mentor