President’s Message

Professional education substantially enhances the productivity of the recipient of this education. So its cost, which is investment – in- self, should be naturally born by the recipient.
LJ trust feels proud that, not only it participates in this programme, but also with the help of it’s highly qualified and committed faculty and other staff it plays a substantial role in it under the able leadership of their five directors and innovative guidance of Professor Manish Shah with the support of board of trustees and other executives of LJ Pariwar.

Prof. B. M. Peerzada

President, LJK

Vice-President’s Message

At LJ, we believe in sincerity and commitment. We work hard to achieve an excellence. LJ aims in overall development of the students. We always try to offer professional and job oriented courses.
Ensuring accessibility of genuine opportunities for every common man to get higher education is the core responsibility of the LJK. This will certainly help our nation in achieving the competitive advantage in the international arena.
Keeping universal realities in view, LJK is fully committed to perform a sterling role and provide excellent and state-of-the-art facilities for high quality education in the fields of Commerce, Management, Engineering, Pharmacy, Computer and Information Technology. In coming years, we will endeavor to set a new trend in the field of education.

Dr. Manishbhai Shah

Vice-President, LJK

Advisor’s Message

Wisdom from Advisor (for parents)

Dear Parents

‘Your own mentality’ affects your child’s University Education the most. When you never demand for the best, then why will the college bother to give you the best.

Our society primarily gives importance to SSC & HSC education only. When a student prepares for SSC & HSC, his parents and relatives create a highly stressed environment such that his entire career and lifetime will be completely changed based on the result. It is taken for granted that once SSC & HSC exam performance is excellent, the student will have a bright career and become a millionaire. It is assumed that even a small mistake at this stage will ruin the entire life of the student. .

Most of the Parents take special leave to drop the student directly to the exam center for SSC & HSC exams. Friends and Relatives wish the student best of luck for high performance in the SSC & HSC exams and may gift a pen. After SSC & HSC exams results are announced, all friends and relatives rush in to ask for student’s score. .

Now, in the case of First Year University Exam, parents are not worried at all. Few Parents even after having a working day off, prefer enjoying at home but don’t prefer dropping the student to the college. None of the friends and relatives turn up to wish the student best of luck with gift of pen for good performance in the University Exam. .

After University exams results are announced, neither friends nor relatives ask for student’s score. They have a mindset that if a student has taken admission in Mechanical Engineering, he will be eventually becoming a Mechanical engineer. Whether he scores a First Class or a Second Class or whether he takes 4 years or 6 years, he will be called a Mechanical Engineer. .

But actually it is not that way. There is a vast difference between a Mechanical Engineer who has been a University Topper and another Mechanical Engineer who has completed his degree in 6 years. It is possible, that both of them have the same engineering degree and may be from the same college. There will be a huge gap visible between their levels of knowledge and engineering skills. This difference has a huge impact on their professional career and achievements. A knowledgeable engineer will be offered high profile jobs in MNCs earning very high, whereas a dull engineer will earn around Rs 8,000 per month only, which is even less than the salary of a B.Com graduate. In coming times, such dull engineers will be offered very low profile jobs such as restaurant workers, pizza delivery guys, call center employee, salesman, etc. Otherwise, they may become insurance agents, real estate brokers, grocery vendors, etc. .

When student is in SSC & HSC, parents expect good quality education and they demand good quality teachers for which they are not ready to compromise at all. Parents even conduct Dharnaas, Hungama, Babaal at the school campus to fulfill their expectations of High Quality Education. .

But when the student joins College, parents never go to visit the campus even for one time in the entire college life of student. Parents don’t demand for Good Faculty Staff from the college. Parents never complain to the college management for poor result of the student. Even after paying very high fees, parents never conduct Dharnaas, Hungama, Babaal at the college campus to fulfill their expectations of High Quality Education. When the parent never demands for High Quality Education, why would the college bother to deliver it. .

The parents should demand ‘College Portability’ for students on the basis of Education Quality offered by a college against the fees charged. For example, if Carol studies for First Year at ABC college and she is not satisfied with the Quality of the Education against the fees paid by her. So she wants to change ABC college from Second Year and opt for XYZ college. The University must offer her an option to change her college without any complications / financial liabilities on the basis of her poor experience in her present college. If such facility is offered frequently to all students by the Universities, then Colleges will be pressurized to improve their Quality of Education in order to retain their own students.

Mr. Rohit R Patel

Advisor (L. J. I. E. T.)

Wisdom from Advisor (for students)

Dear Students

You might be aware about the fact that today several national and international companies like Google, IBM, TCS, Cognizant, Infosys, HP, GE, Reliance, L&T, FORD, ONGC, BHEL, NTPC have an engineering workforce earning Rs 50,000 or Rs 1,00,000 or even Rs 2,00,000 per month. On the contrary, there are a lot of engineers earning merely Rs 8,000 or 10,000 per month in Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat and other cities.

Note that, both, the person earning Rs 2,00,000 per month and the person earning Rs 10,000 per month may have the same Engineering Degree qualification. It is even possible that, both of them may be classmates from the same college. The pertinent question arises here that, whether the employers at international companies are a bunch of fools? Why don’t they hire 20 people paid Rs 10,000 per month instead of hiring just 1 employee paid Rs 2,00,000 per month? Aren’t these employers intelligent enough to notice this fact when they are running such a big enterprise?

But still these employers are smart enough to prefer hiring a single engineer at Rs 2,00,000 per month instead of 20 people at Rs 10,000. The root cause underlying beneath this ideology is that, in today’s competitive scenario, there is a necessity of intelligent engineers who not only posses degree qualification but also thorough knowledge about their engineering subjects in order to implement concepts skillfully. The industry is suffering from severe scarcity of such engineers.

It is found that most of the students these days work hard during their Higher Secondary Board exams and JEE exams to score well and secure admission in their desired field of study; namely, Engineering, Medical and Pharmacy. Thereafter, they become lethargic to continue the spirit of hard work and are reluctant to attain excellence in the subjects corresponding to their university education. Their aim gets confined merely to get a degree certificate. However they are unaware that such a degree without knowledge will make them an engineer earning Rs 10,000 per month and not earning Rs 2,00,000 per month.

The mentality of an Indian student is highly affected by Bollywood Movie Culture. He/She assumes that the college life is just meant to enjoy. It is more of seeking life partner rather than to gain knowledge or skills. There is nothing wrong in finding the life partner during college life. But, going to the college only for fun and entertainment is wrong mentality.

The Indian student considers College life is to be a short station for fun and relaxation between the journey from hectic School life to a busy Professional Career. So, he/she plans the most significant period for self-development, as a restful period of life. There must be a balance between fun, entertainment, relaxation and career. At LJIET, we take care of this factor and we plan the academic calendar accordingly. We take care that students complete their degree with excellence or well out, but students must not drop out.

Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg & Steve Jobs have been wellout. They were not dropout. Bill Gates & Mark Zuckerberg had scored 99.4% in SAT exam (equivalent to JEE) and Steve Jobs had scored 88.9% in ACT (equivalent to JEE). They took admission in world’s best universities like Harvard and Reeds respectively. Bill Gates & Mark Zuckerberg left college because they got a unique idea worth more than university degree. Steve Jobs left college because of money crisis. If they had continued their education, then they would have exceled as toppers. Steve Jobs’s son Reed Jobs could have easily followed his father and dropout from college. But he worked hard to become an oncologist. So one must become a wellout. A wellout is a visionary person who leaves the college for better opportunities with concrete planning for execution of his ideas.

Some students are lazy. They don’t prepare for their exams and fail. They reappear frequently to clear the same exam, but fail again repeatedly. They want to get the degree very badly. But they are not able to get degree because they are actually not capable. So finally they get tired of exam reattempts and leave the course. Such students fall in the category of dropout. They normally compare themselves to Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Steve Jobs who were wellouts and not dropouts.

Mr. Rohit R Patel

Advisor (L. J. I. E. T.)

Director's Message

Technical Education is one of the most significant components of Human Resource Development spectrum with great potential for adding value to products and services for contributing to the national economy and for improving the quality of life of the people.

Education has been the main medium to meet the challenges of the world by developing scientific and technological infrastructures and human resources. Much too often we have considered that the education of Science and Technology is separate from life, from the normal business of living. In fact, Science and Technology has to be considered a part of society, a part of living wage. 

As you may be aware, the Government of India has given a clarion call of "Make in India". This emphasizes the need to develop home-grown skill sets of designing and developing products that find enough marketplaces in this nation and in a foreign country.

Besides, all-around progress of your character with essential quality attributes of enormous importance in today’s world.

Through the College, we offer a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs and are committed to the on-going development of both discipline specific and interdisciplinary teaching and research to contribute to society through production and satisfactory academic carrier such as innovators, decision - makers and leaders in the global economy of the 21st century.

We also plan to develop entrepreneurial skills in students so that they would drive the spirit of growth of our economy and would be able to generate employment opportunities for other qualified and skilled people. We are committed to provide a leadership and support for students and help them in their professional development.

We are committed to have an environment which provides placement opportunities to our students and enriched knowledge base to our faculty and we encourage co-operation, team work and competitive spirit.
We are providing our students with an atmosphere for multifaceted development; they are encouraged to channelize their potential in the pursuit of excellence in holistic student-centric environment. The talents, skills, and abilities of each student are identified, nurtured and encouraged so that he/she is able to reach greater heights. We are providing a platform to think, express and exhibit their skills.

I strongly believe the students desiring to pursue BE, ME, MBA and MCA program will enjoy all excellent facilities of the institute to develop themselves as per industries requirements & research activities.

I also appreciate the initiative and concern of the parents in ensuring a bright and exciting future of our students. Let us take a pledge together ------- "WE CAN"

Just I invite you to welcome to the campus, meet the Director, Faculty Members and satisfy yourself, a leading center for higher education in this part of world. 

Wishing a prosperous career to enjoy the whole life.

Dr. Anilkumar Suthar

Director, LJIET