LABORATORIES & GD ROOMS
Jagran Lakecity University establishes itself as a practice-based university, and hence research is at the forefront of our curriculum. Labs and Group Discussion rooms are the most essential pieces of the infrastructure that promote fruitful discussions and intelligent conversations.
JLU has 7 dedicated GD/ conference rooms for students and staff. These rooms, spread between two campuses, have accommodation capacity varying from 12-30. All the rooms are Wi-Fi enabled, with large screens or projectors for display and surround sound enabled audio. The rooms are equipped with microphones to enhance the speaker’s audio and have high-definition cameras for enabling video conferencing, especially with partner universities abroad.
Laboratories at JLU are the backbone of practice-based pedagogy. Combining the PC and non-PC labs, JLU has over 45 labs. These are designed and utilized as per the need and requirements of specific schools. Jagran Lakecity Business School (JLBS), the flagship business school has a computer lab with a capacity to accommodate 45 students; JLU School of Law in its lab can house 60 students. The video editing lab at ‘Shri Gurudev Gupta Media Studios’ has 30 high tech systems for all creative purposes; it also has a photography lab, a media production lab with 20 systems and an audio recording and broadcast studio. The Jagran School of Humanities and Social Sciences has a Psychology lab and an education lab for the display of charts, graphs, and mock counseling sessions. Dedicated especially to sports, JLU also has a Physiology and Anatomy lab, Yoga lab, and a Testing lab to conduct fitness tests of athletes. Two large halls with judo mats are also at disposal to practice and organize martial arts events, like Judo, Karate, Boxing, Taekwondo etc.
The JLU School of Hospitality and Tourism (SOHT) has 3 fully equipped kitchens, 1 restaurant, one front office, one bakery, one housekeeping & laundry lab, and two demo (Hotel) rooms for training. No aspect of the industry is left out in which the students are not trained practically. The JLU School of Engineering and Technology (SOET) has 24 operational labs which are equipped with all instruments and facilities that an engineering student from any stream might require. The 5 computer labs at SOET have over 100 systems in total and are used for, CAD/CAM/CAE, computer programming, networking and are enabled with WINDOWS and UNIX/LINUX both.