It’s no wonder that USLM students look so confident in facing the world. They go through all the rigors of academics, skill development, and outreach programmes so that they grow mentally strong and positive for their future endeavors. They are guided by the best of faculties in a world-class environment.
The courses have been meticulously planned - both for Liberal Arts and for Mass Communications. The first two years ( four semesters) prepare the base, while in the third year – which is a trimester - the students choose their areas of specializations – for Liberal Arts, it can be People in Societies, or History and International Relations, or Business Studies, or Economics & Public Policy, or Communication & Aesthetics. For Mass Communications students, they can specialize in Broadcast Journalism & Film Studies, or in Advertising & Public Relations, or in Print & Cyber Journalism. The Liberal Arts students have the option of studying the fourth year as an Advanced Diploma to make them eligible to study in foreign universities.
In terms of future prospects of both Liberal Arts and Mass Communications students, one can unhesitatingly say, that the sky is the limit. The Liberal Arts students can pursue civil services, careers in entrepreneurship, healthcare, research, marketing, qualified interpreters and transcribers and do well in all kinds of work related to social services. Mass Communications students will outshine others in journalism, filmmaking, radio jockeying, scriptwriting, media planning, managing events, television anchoring, corporate communications and in advertising.
Karnavati University graduates stand out among others because they are made to believe that they are the best. They enjoy life because they learn the skills the hard way..
At the very onset, I am prompted to use a Nelson Mandela’s Quote “Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world” I believe that rigors of the contemporary world require professionals not to end their quest for knowledge along with their stay in the campus. The dynamics of the fast-changing world urges the academicians to give the right impetus for making life-long learners out of students. In addition to creating fertile minds for the professional and personal success we have committed ourselves to create responsible citizens who are the epitome of highest ethics and social conduct. Thus, the responsibility lies with us to nurture complete professionals, who can rightly be termed as ‘Karam-Yogis’. I can proudly state that we are fully equipped and motivated to handle this challenge and surely be successful. I welcome all the students who chose to be a part of this premier University, I am sure that you will feel proud on being associated with us and make us equally proud with your academic excellence. To conclude, the Karnavati University will bear the responsibility of developing skilled professionals spanning over different disciplines that are fine citizens and contribute to the society constructively.
Dr. Deepak Shishoo
Legal Educator, An Architect of Five Years Integrated Law Degree Course, Former Director of National Judicial Academy Bhopal and Founder – Director of National Law School of India University, Bangalore.
He has done B.Sc & B.L (Kerala University), M.A (Punjab University), LL.M, Ph.D (Aligarh Muslim University). He has worked for 5 decades to improve Indian legal education as stands today. Dr.N.R Madhav Menon was an advocate at Kerala High Court. He was a teacher at AMU Law Faculty (ALIGARH), He volunteered to set up National Law School of India University, Bangalore (NLSIU).
He Introduced 5 years integrated LL.B. Programme through two leading law Universities (Founder Vice- Chancellor). Dr Menon was a member of various expert committees like Legal Aid Committee(1973), Civil Services Examination Reform Committee (2000-01),Criminal Justice Reform (2002-2003).
He won various awards like Vocational Excellence Award in (1992: Rotary Club) Living Legend of Law Award in (1994: IBA), prestigious Padma Award in 2003, Best Law Teacher Award (2009: Society of Indian Law Firms), the degree of Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) (Honoris Causa).
Post: Academic Coordinators
Duties and Responsibilities:
Answering to admission inquiries via phone calls and email, explaining the admission process, fee structure etc. Coordinating and sending updates to media for the purpose of branding. Internal coordination with all the academics coordinator’s for day to day updates and also for various inter-school competitions. Preparing invoices for the visiting faculties.
Coordinating with the management staff for the matters related to various facility vendors, maintenance dept., and food & transport dept.
Tracking monthly and yearly leave files of all the staff members.
Must be an M. Lis
Duties and Responsibilities:
Maintain to all type of task in the section of Library like: visitor register, book issue register, Accession register, and also maintain to magazine, journals and classification work.
Experienced and specialist with extensive Library organization and management skills. Technically proficient with Microsoft programs including Office.
IT awareness and working knowledge of IT applications to Library Services. Equally adept with SOUL, CDS ISIS, can easily adapt other software application also.