The cafeteria is a hub of student activity, social exchange and youthful energy. Bustling with social life, it is also a place where students exchange crucial ideas, pool in effort and strategize on every day activities. It serves as a place for diverse interests, from brainstorming for competitions to relishing a hot cup of coffee.
Career Development Centre
Ultimately the Career Development Centre Jain University is about giving the skills, confidence and network needed to launch, and succeed in one’s chosen career. A combination of location, programmes, academics and industry contacts means that the University can offer a great head start in business. As a result the University has an excellent graduate employment record and maintain good relationships with a wide cross section of organizations within a variety of industry sectors. Many key employers hold student presentations at Jain University or attend our regular career fairs. Keynote talks, presentations and fairs are widely advertised throughout the year to make one aware of when and where they take place.
As a student, and even after graduation, one will have full access to all the facilities at the Career Development Centre. The University also helps groups to:
- Explore career and study options
- Develop the skills that will impress future employers
- Encourage you to achieve your ambitions
- Find full and part-time jobs
- Write CVs, covering letters and application forms
- Prepare for interviews, psychometric tests and assessment Centres
Vishwas - Student Counseling Centre
The Counseling Centre was started keeping in mind the problems faced by the students in the tough competitive world. The Centre tries to solve issues related to learning problems and disabilities, relationship problems, personal habits, family related issues, anger management, problems related to identity and self esteem, domestic violence and cultural / ethnic diversity. The Counselor suggests ways to cope or overcome the problems with relevant counseling and guidance. Confidentiality is maintained for the services and information. It is an altruistic effort and the services are not charged.
The University provides financial aid to the needy and eligible students. Merit scholarships for the meritorious students are provided every academic year. Fee concession is provided for economically weaker students and students belonging to disadvantaged groups. A special test for merit scholarship is conducted for the management students and scholarships are awarded. The eligibility for taking the test is 80% in the qualifying exam. Merit scholarships are given to students as an incentive for improving their performance. Sports scholarships are given to outstanding sports persons in the form of fees concessions, cash incentives, sponsor to tournaments, etc.
Services for the Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribes students
The students belonging to Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribes are encouraged to take admission in Jain University. They are provided with scholarships and are encouraged to take up admissions for higher studies in the University. The University facilitates the SC / ST students to get free ships from the government.
Service to differently-abled
Jain University encourages differently-abled students to take up the programmes offered by the University. They are given preference in the use of facilities like lifts, canteens, cafeteria, library and the like. They are also allowed to record lectures in the class room. Visually impaired students are provided with software “George” to enable them to download material.
There is a separate Women’s Cell comprising of two faculty members and two student representatives from each department for creating awareness to empower Women in all fields. The cell is actively involved in empowering women (both faculty members and students.) Women students are encouraged to take part in activities related to women issues which will develop awareness about women's rights, information and empowerment. In addition the Women's Day is also celebrated.
Fortnightly meetings are conducted to discuss various issues like women empowerment, work life balance, developing professional competence and motivating women to become career oriented.
Anti Sexual Harassment Cell
More than 50% of the faculty members are women and about 50% of student community are women. The environment is free of any kind of harassment or disregard to women. They are given equal opportunities in all areas of work. They are suitably appreciated for their sincere and dedicated work. The women students are encouraged to take part in co- curricular, extra-curricular and sports activities. There is absolutely no gender bias on the campus.
Certain preventive measures to maintain discipline and code of conduct are formulated, such as use of separate staircase and elevator by girls and boys and regular check on the prescribed dress codes specified in the prospectus.
There is absolute women empowerment as most unit heads are women and many women faculty members are on the boards of policy and decision making pertaining to the University.
Student Grievance Redressal Cell
The Student Grievance Redressal Cell aims at strengthening the Teacher–Student relationship and instills confidence in students. The Cell takes care of the student requirements, happenings in the class, addressing problem issues without delay, inculcation of human values and maintaining qualitative social ambience in the premises. Each unit has a committee which reports to the Integrated Grievance Cell. Most of the grievances are sorted out in an informal manner.
Provision for complaints of caste discrimination by Daliths. Senior Faculty members and Liaison Officer to be identified.
Becoming involved in some of the Clubs and Associations can be a great way to meet people, learn new skills and hone current interests. The students can help produce the "A venture" a quarterly magazine, participate in debating competitions, broadcast online with Radio Active and volunteer within the community and much more besides. Jain University has a diverse student body and their association is committed to enhancing its members' student experience, the University has groups to suit international students, undergraduates and postgraduates.