Manipal University - School of Planning & Design - MUSPD Jaipur - MUSPD
The Manipal Education Group, with its heritage of excellence in higher education for over 60 years, launched Manipal University Jaipur (MUJ) in 2011. The permanent campus of the university is set up on 122 acres of land at Dehmi Kalan village near Jaipur, and is by far one of the best campuses in the region. MUJ has world class infrastructure, including state-of-the-art research facilities and modern library. In line with Manipal University's legacy of providing quality education, the university uses the latest and innovative methods and technology to impart education.
The multidisciplinary university offers career-oriented courses at all levels, i.e., UG, PG and Doctoral and across diverse streams, including Engineering, Architecture, Planning, Fashion Design, Hospitality, Allied Health Sciences, Humanities, Commerce, Management, Communication, Basic Sciences, Fashion Design and Jewellery Management, etc.
The Manipal Education Group has been an inspiring leader in the fields of education, research and healthcare for a span of over six decades.
At the School of Planning & Design at Manipal University Jaipur, the prime focus is on collaborative learning process. As a new school, it has started with a several courses that includes Planning,Fashion Design, Jewellery Design, Interior Design & Fine arts.
Being one of the first school offering undergraduate course in planning in this region, it has made an effort to sensitise the student community about the planning as a career.
The School helps students explore experimental as well as theoretical research in design studies.
Training and Placement Cell at MUJ is a well-established cell and conducts training activities for the final year students mainly focusing on Career planning, Personality Development Industry- Institute Interaction, off site training, guest lectures, Industrial visits, Campus placements, Entrepreneurship Development. In view of above Training and Placement Cell conducted various programs like Group Discussions, Mock Interviews, and Aptitude test etc to encourage students and to develop their skills. With a view to bridge the gap between industrial requirements and academic curriculum, experts from the various fields of engineering and management are invited to enable the students to know and understand the requirements of industries and accordingly prepare themselves for the future.