In its National Education Policy, the Central Government has accorded great importance to technical education. In keeping with the national policy and responding to the local needs of the society, the JSS Mahavidyapeetha has given importance to technical education. At a time when there were not many facilities for technical education, the establishment of Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering in Mysore in the early 1960s by the JSS MVP laid a firm foundation for technical education in the private sector.
The Technical Education Division of JSSMVP provides guidance to the technical education institutes. Under the Division, there were 4 engineering colleges, including those in Mauritius and NOIDA, 4 polytechnics (1 for women and 1 for the differently abled students), 3 Industrial Training Centres, 1 International Institutes of Professional Studies and 3 STEPS (Science and Technology Entrepreneurs’ Park) attached to engineering colleges and some other institutions.
The Academy of Technical Education, JSS Mahavidyapeetha, has invited applications from eligible candidates for the posts of lecturers for its College in Noida, Uttar Pradesh.