Jettwings Group of Institutions celebrated their Annual Convocation ceremony on March 12 at the Shankardeva Kalakshetra for the 2019-2020 batch of outgoing students.
The institute, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, was able to train and place its 900+ students in various aviation and hospitality sectors pan India. Even though the pandemic and its subsequent lockdowns severely impacted the aviation and hospitality sector, the institutes under the umbrella of Jettwings Group of Institutions were able to impart knowledge and skillsets to the outgoing students and have them placed in reputed institutions around India.
The event was attended by prominent Assamese actor Nishita Goswami, who congratulated the students and teachers involved for being able to produce such results during the coronavirus chaos.
“Education gives us knowledge of the world around us and changes it into something better. It develops in us a perspective of looking at life. An institute is so much more than just bricks and mortar,” she said.
“I feel an immense sense of pride to be able to organise this 14th convocation ceremony for the students of 2019-2020 batch more so because they have gone through a lot and even then were able to produce such wonderful results,” said Sanjay Aditya Singh, the Group Chairman of Jettwings while talking with EastMojo.
Jettwings is the first-ever private, non-aided professional training provider in the aviation and hospitality sector that originated from Northeast India. It quickly expanded its footprint across India & South East Asia by setting up its campuses across major cities. Additionally, it was in the year 2006, Infovalley Educational & Research (P) Ltd established the brand Jettwings and its first institute in the name of “Jettwings”, an institute of aviation hospitality & tourism management in Guwahati.
Apart from the pan India operations of Jettwings Institutes, the group boasts five more institutes under its banner. Jettwings School of Aviation, (JSA), Jettwings Business School (JBS), and Jettwings Institute of Fashion, Design & Architecture (JiFDA) have their base in Guwahati Assam, followed by State Institute of Hotel Management in Imphal, Manipur, and Jettwings Hotel & Travel School located in Delhi NCR.
Since its inception, Jettwings – with 97+ % average placement has trained and placed more than 15000+ students working in India and 14 other nations. Jettwings is working towards scaling new heights and pushing Northeast in the league of skilled human resources reserve. Apart from top hospitality companies like – The Oberoi, The Westin, The Le Meridian, The ITC Group, The Taj Group, J W Marriott, The Landmark-Dubai, Leela Kapinski, Hilton, Raj Vilas, Hampshire Resorts regular recruiters list also include big aviation brands such as – Air Asia, Indigo, Go Air, Spice Jet, Vistara. To top it all, Jettwings manages to get these companies on campus for the placement of its trainees. Additionally, there are more than 140 domestic and international recruiters associated with Jettwings.
“Majority of the Indian population would be within 22 -35 years of age in the coming years and India is on the road to be world human capital reserve of youths in the next decade. It is more important to understand that it is not just enough to have a sizeable human capital reserve but its quality is what will define and shape India’s future. So it is crucial to realize and seize this opportunity and work towards filling the conceivable gap that may arise in the foreseeable future. The idea should be to not just generate abundant manpower; instead, the focus should be more on the quality. Having a cache of adept personnel capable enough to cater to the demand of the service industry both domestically and internationally, will further strengthen India’s position as a major player in the world economy,’’ said the Group Chairman of Jettwings Group of Institutes Sanjay Aditya Singh while addressing the 14th convocation cum annual day celebration event.
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