In an award show by News 18, Utkrisht, held on 28 Aug 2021, at Radisson Blu, Jettwings Group of Institutes, (JWGI) was conferred with the Fastest Growing Educational Institute of the Year award. Present in the ceremony were the Minister of Transport, Industry & Commerce, Act East Policy Affairs, Skill Development and Welfare of Minorities, Government of Assam, Shri Chandra Mohan Patowary and the Executive Editor of News 18 Assam.
Utkrisht has been recognizing people across various fields for their outstanding contribution towards the upliftment of society. This year, Utkrisht had around 20 awardees, which also included names like Lovlina Borgohain.
Since its inception 2002, Jettwings Group of Institutes (JWGI) has contributed to the employment generation and placed more than 15,000 students across 14 nations through skill training in the aviation, hospitality and tourism sector. Started its operation in the far eastern corner of the nation, Jettwings, through its collaborative initiatives, has come to its present exalted status pan India with campuses in NCR and acquiring dedicated flying strips across other parts of India.
A conglomerate of 7 futuristic sector-specific institutes, JWGI comprises Jettwings Institute of Aviation and Hospitality Management (JW), Jettwings Business School (JBS), Jettwings School of Aviation (JSA), Jettwings Institute of Fashion Design & Architecture (JFDA), State Institutes of Hotel Management(SIHM)- Tripura & Manipur, Jettwings Hotel & Travel School (JHTS). JWGI offers job-oriented industry-preferred courses in Diploma, Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Aviation, Tourism, Hospitality, Fashion Design, Architecture, and Business Administration.
Affiliated to Gauhati University, JWGI is the associate hub partner of Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS-SVE), an official partner of Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), and has a number of international academic collaborations with Webster University, Quality Training & Hospitality College, Australia and synergising for a global education. With a remarkable result, Jettwings’ students can maintain 100% passing with an average batch scoring more than 85% marks in their semester exams.
Delighted by the recognition, Chairman of the Jettwings Group, Mr Sanjay Aditya Singh said, “It has been a thrilling journey since the establishment of Jettwings. Nothing came easy, but I am glad we could come this far, even post-pandemic, making our presence dominant and seen. We are now coming up with another campus exclusively devoted to pilot training, for which admissions are already being opened.”
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