Education enriches one's knowledge, whereas exposure builds one's personality. JECRC Foundation believes in and encourages students' intense participation in extra-curricular activities and events, exposing them to the facilities of the best engineering colleges in Rajasthan
. The students of the JECRC Foundation have organized and participated in several competitive events, and have also initiated student activity clubs that encourage learning through peer group discussion.
Sports & Games
JECRC Foundation is eminently known for his engineering education and other disciplines. Games and sports activities, too, have become a salient feature for the fitness and wellness of our students. Sports activities for both indoor and outdoor games are plentiful. The students have earned merit at national and state level events.
JECRC UDML is having a vast sports complex, covering 11000Sq Mtrs of campus area. The sports complex consist of different play courts like tennis, basketball, squash etc in addition to the cricket pitch.
The annual national-level fest, Renaissance, is the most-awaited celebration at JECRC. Renaissance offers so much to the students. Not just the variety, but the scale on which it is organized is in itself so overwhelming. This technical-cum-cultural symposium sees participation from top technical colleges from across the country every year. It provides an opportunity to co-ordinate as teams and work towards a common cause. A window to really expand one's horizons and manage within the constraints which is the true quality that defines professionals of today.
The Ray is an event tabloid for JECRC Foundation's annual tech-fest, Renaissance. Launched during Renaissance 2009, the tabloid captures all the excitement, energy and fun witnessed during the course of the fest. Released by the Press Club team, the tabloid drew wide appreciation and applause from the faculty and students alike. The team members put in their best efforts, right from arranging sponsorships to reporting of the event, to release of the edition.
Sarvatra'10 (JECRC UDML)
The foundation stone of the four days vitrine of 'SARVATRA 2010.go beyond obvious' the first techno-cultural fest of Uttam Devi Mohan Lal College of Engineering, JECRC Foundation was laid. More than 100 colleges had participated in various cultural and technical events.
The week long management fest tests the participants on their knowledge, personality and management acumen. The fest is full of energy, ideas and enthusiasm with activities like management games, quizzes, debates, etc.
An inter-collegiate youth fest, Vibgyor draws participation from several institutes across Rajasthan. The event is marked with the spirit of enthusiasm, as a number of cultural competitions are organised through the course of the fest.
Student Clubs Activities
Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
In March 2009, the JECRC SAE Club was launched in the Mechanical Engineering Department of the JECRC Foundation. SAE, founded in 1905, is a US-based society for promotion & advancement of the automotive industry and recognised by leading organisations as a premier establishment. BAJA SAEINDIA, an inter-collegiate engineering design competition, is the biggest & most famous event among the engineering student fraternity across the country. The event witnesses around 5000 spectators and the leading giants of automotive industry like Mahindra & Mahindra , JK Tyre , BOSCH, Cummins etc. sponsor the event every year. The event in all have cash prizes more than 50 lacs . It also gives a platform for onsite recruitment for the budding automotive engineers across the country. It's been first time (2009-10) that any college from Jaipur has been able to be a part of this event. This year approximately 155 colleges applied across the country and some 80 colleges were short listed, in a tough reckoning round where some of the most prestigious colleges failed to qualify but JECRC team MOONRIDERS came out with flying colors. The team participated in the event this year (2010) and was at 17th position at endurance event out of 75. The teams was applauded by all for their effort and see a prospect winner in coming years.
Xananoids: The Robotics Club (JECRC)
Xananoids, the Robotics Club of JECRC has participated and won several accolades at national and international robotic engineering competitions.
Global Relationship Building (GRB)
GRB, launched in 2010, aims at providing a virtual opportunity to our student community to connect to the key stakeholders (sister institutions, research institutes, alumni, professional associations, etc.) of technical education. In particular, GRB enables the students for intensive global Internet research for connecting with industry, higher learning institutions, research institutes and connecting with academic communities of experts worldwide for knowledge sharing. It also aims at nurturing alumni relations and exploring academic collaboration with industry for alliances in education.
Leadership Pipeline Project (LPP)
The overall mission of LPP is to create, develop and sustain a pool of student leaders in a continuous pursuit of excellence in technical education leading to a stronger institute industry interface. LPP was evolved in the academic year 2008-2009, as a major platform to showcase the talents pool of JECRC to the corporate world.
Technofizi: The Robotics Club (JECRC UDML)
The spark to do something creative ignited the thought process of a few students which led to the caricatures of Robotics Club at JECRC UDML. The team is all set to make sincere efforts to explore the diverse applications of robotics. The club today is an active platform for students to display and develop their practical machine building skills and knowledge.
Student Empowerment Council
The students of the JECRC Foundation have showcased their sensitivity towards social issues and regularly contribute through the NSS. They have participated in several help programmes, including 'Make a Wish', 'Tree Plantation' and 'Blood Donation'.
The unconditional support of students has enabled the Foundation to create State-level records in collection of blood units, year after year. Last year The Foundation collected 1108 blood units in a single day. These efforts have been appreciated by Ms Vasundara Raje, Former Chief Minister, Government of Rajasthan.
Faith Alingan, an NGO based in Jaipur, has taken a noble step to minimize pain and dispair of many HIV positive kids whose parents are inefficient to take proper care of them. This NGO provides them with shelter, education, food, as well as medical facilities. JECRC Centre has resolved to help these kids in every possible way. To fulfill its resolution, a summer camp was organized last year where the children were provided with the basics of computers. This year we had invited Faith Alingan children to be the special part of Renaissance, where they were given the opportunity to enjoy every bit of this cultural cum technical fest by being the part of various events. They had also been given certificates and gifts.
An attempt to bridge the gap between technical education and effective communication-a pre-requisite for being successful in the corporate world-has been made by initiating the Literary Society. It conducts events like quizzes, debates, group discussions, extempore, speeches and experience sharing sessions
JECRC Foundation maintains regular contact with its alumni. The alumnus is invited to the institute every year to share its experiences and views on 'real-life' working. These interactions are organised by the JECRC Alumni Association, which is now a duly registered body.