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Competitive Exam Minimum Score / Percentile
September, December 2020, February, May MAT 2021 Score of 550 and above
NMAT 2020-21 Score of 160 and above
CAT 2020 Score of 50 percentile and above
GMAT 2020-21 Score of 50 percentile and above
CMAT 2021 Score of 50 percentile and above
XAT 2021 Score of 50 percentile and above

Rankings and Recognitions

Rankings and Recognitions

Best Unniversity in Bangalore
"Authorized Partner for SII Program"

JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) is an authorized partner for “Study in India” program

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Best Unniversity in Bangalore
"Ranked 91 - 95
by QS"

Ranked 91 - 95
among the top
Indian Universities

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Best Unniversity in Bangalore
"Awarded 5 Stars

Awarded 5 stars
in the Young Universities category

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Best Unniversity in Bangalore

JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) ranks 85th
in India

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Study Campus

Centre for distance education and virtual learning

Our Prominent Collaborations

The University has established tie-ups with prominent Research International and Research National organizations to provide a plethora of opportunities to its students and faculty in the field of research and education.


As one of the finest institutions in the country, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) creates an exceptional space for an enhanced learning experience. The vibrant culture of the University has embraced innovation, and its entrepreneurial perspective encourages students, staff and faculty to challenge convention, lead discovery and explore new ways of learning.

News & Media

An Intriguing Session on Stock and Commodity Market with Dr. Prabhakaran

The Student Development Research Cell (Shodha) of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), School of Commerce, organized a national level two-day virtual student development program titled Security Market Hands-on Trading and Indian Commodity Market Awareness on August 26 and August 27, 2021. The event took place in collaboration with the Bombay Stock Exchange and National Commodity Derivatives Exchange. On day one, 342 participants attended the session, and day two witnessed the attendance of 283 participants. The objective of the program was to enhance the stock market understanding and commodity market awareness among students.

The guest speaker for the event was Dr. Prabhakaran - Empaneled Resource Person at SEBI, NCDEX, and NCFE. Dr. Prabhakaran spoke about the due diligence needed for investing and the points to be kept in mind by an investor before investing. He discussed the rights of a shareholder and the steps to open a demat account for trading in shares. He offered an understanding of the primary and secondary markets. He helped students understand how to apply for public issues and explained the term ‘ASBA’ related to IPO. He showed the live market screen where participants could understand the market watch list and related terminologies. The participants could understand the live buying and selling of shares, which helped them develop a practical understanding of the aspect. He shared a live screen displaying the placing of the order, checking the order book, etc. He enlightened the participants on the post-trading checks, such as receiving a contract note and its content. Students got to know about the Digital BSE StAR MF distribution system. The program enhanced the basic knowledge of the financial market (primary and secondary market) and recent trading technologies. Students were able to understand the market and its trading pattern. The program enlightened the participants on precautions to be taken, the importance of opening a trading account, its operation, and account and documents linkage to the demat account. The speaker briefed the students about the National Commodity Derivatives Exchange of India. Students learned about the varieties of products in the commodity market and also derivatives. Speaker introduced certain precious metals and their operating system and market where investors can invest in E-metals. Students understood the options and swap market transactions and the need for future and forward formats in the commodity market. At the end of the second-day session, regulatory institutions and their norms were discussed.

The students asked questions on electronic transactions, PPF, market analysis, working hours, software used, market website, etc. The speaker addressed all the queries and provided an overview of market performance and investment analysis. The program offered knowledgeable inputs, ideas, and suggestions to the students and provided a valuable source of learning and hands-on experience. The program was well-organized and helped all the participants learn and understand the stock and commodity market scenario.

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The Right Approach to Analyze a Case Study – A Collaborative Initiative by Shodha and Miles Education

On August 30, 2021, the Student Research and Development Cell (Shodha) of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), School of Commerce, in collaboration with Miles Education, organized an international level student development program on Approach towards Analyzing Case Studies. The program highlighted how to investigate a case study, examine alternative solutions, and propose the most effective solutions using supporting evidence. The program was open to students across the globe, and 260 participants were in attendance.

The guest speaker for the program was Mr. Uttam Pai – Manager, CPA, CMA - Miles Education and adjunct faculty - JAIN (Deemed-to-be University). He shared his knowledge on the approach to analyze case studies. Citing a fund fraud case study, he explained in depth how to understand the theme of a case study, apply the framework, and put the case study events in chronological order for better understanding and solutions. He mentioned the components that establish the foundation for sound internal control in an organization through directed leadership, shared values, and a culture that emphasizes accountability for control. He mentioned that potential risks should be identified and assessed routinely at all levels and within all functions in an organization. He added that control activities and other mechanisms must be proactively designed to address and mitigate significant risks. He said, “Information critical to identifying risks and meeting business objectives are communicated through established channels across the company. The entire system of internal control should be monitored continuously, and problems must be addressed timely.” He explained how the individuals occupying certain roles contribute to internal controls, fraud prevention, and ethical climate and thus to good overall corporate governance. The session helped the participants understand the framework, which the senior management and other decision-makers in any organization often use to assess the current internal control system. The session signified the importance of understanding the system to meet all of the effectiveness standards required to make plans for improving the model. How managers and employees should familiarize themselves with the COSO framework was explained very well. The speaker also suggested how to put together a committee of employees at all levels to brainstorm ideas for a stronger internal control system. The program emphasized that employees should take their roles very seriously in preventing fraud, and organizations need to conduct work in a way that supports the COSO framework. The program provided several ideas and suggestions for analyzing case studies to help future managers protect the organization from fraud.

 Highlights of the Program

  1. The explanation of the fraud triangle; identifies conditions and circumstances that are often predecessors to a financial fraud
  2. The three categories of fraud risk factors in the form of a fraud triangle with specific examples for each
  3. How the fraud triangle model is commonly used in auditing to explain why an employee decides to commit fraud in the workplace
  4. The elements of Donald Cressey's fraud triangle; pressure, opportunity, and rationalization
  5. Knowledge of how using the fraud triangle can help identify fraud risk factors present in Le-Nature’s case study discussed during the program
  6. The implications of these factors which has the reliability of Le-Nature’s accounting and financial reporting process
  7. Introduction to Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO), the framework which identifies the five principal components that should be present in an organization’s system of internal control
  8. The model of COSO, which defines internal control as a process affected by the board of directors, management, and other personnel designed to provide reasonable assurance of the achievement of objectives
  9. The five components of an effective internal control system; control environment, risk assessment, control activities, information and communication, and monitoring

During the session, attendees asked questions and clarified their doubts. They also shared their opinions, thoughts, and suggestions on analyzing a case study. The well-organized program allowed the participants to learn about the case study analysis and offered a good overview of what an organization can do to prevent fraud. The discussions were lively and openly addressed in the session.

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Swatantrya Amruta Mahotsav Bharata @75

JAIN (Deemed-to-be University)’s National Service Scheme (NSS) wing in partnership with Kalagangotri, a Bengaluru-based NGO that promotes performing plays and conducts workshops on acting skills, hosted Swatantrya Amruta Mahotsav Bharata @75. The event, adhering to covid protocols, was hosted on September 1, 2021, at the JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) J C Road campus. Around 120 students, including NSS faculty coordinators from other campuses, participated in the event.

Students from JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) - Performing Arts Department sang the state anthem ‘Jaya Bharata Jananiya Tanu Jaate’, as the dignitaries lit the lamp. The event was inaugurated by Sri. Pratap Lingaiah, State NSS Officer, NSS Cell, Government of Karnataka in the presence of Dr. N.V.H Krishnan, Registrar, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), Prof.Sridhara Murthy, Director, Academics, and Planning JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), Dr. Rajani Jairam, Dean, Students’ Welfare, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), Dr.B.V. Rajaram, Director, Kalagangotri, Bengaluru. 

Dr. Rajani Jairam welcomed the dignitaries, guests, audience, and participants. Dr. R Sreenivasaiah, NSS Program Officer, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), gave an introductory speech reflecting on the significance of organizing such events. Sri Pratap Lingaiah appreciated the social service work undertaken by the faculty and students of the university. Addressing the NSS volunteers, Prof Sridhara Murthi and Dr. N.V.H Krishnan shared their valuable insights and advice. The Kalagangotri team performed a drama ‘Sihi Kahi Kathana’, written by Sri. Srivatsa K.L. and directed by Dr. B.V. Rajaram. Musical ensemble by Smt. Sridevi Gartikere, Smt. Chandni and her team introduced a euphonious vibe to the gathering. A talk on Malnutrition and Gender Inequality by Dr. Na Someshwar of the DD Chandana Thatt anta Heli’ fame was next. He also conducted an engaging quiz session for the students and distributed books as prizes.

The master of ceremonies for the program was Prof. Rajeshwari Y.M., HoD of Kannada, School of Commerce, CS, and IT JAIN (Deemed-to-be University). To conclude, Dr. Geetha Madhusudan, Head of Department - Samskrita at School of commerce, CS and IT JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), offered the vote of thanks.

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Visitors at JAIN

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Dr. K Sivan Indian Space Scientist and Chairman of ISRO
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Ms. Kavita Krishnamurthy Indian Film Playback Singer
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Mr. Gabe Gabrielle Engineer, Kennedy Space Center, NASA
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Ms. Priyamani Indian Film Actress

A Vibrant Campus

JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) is more than a destination for higher learning; it is a community consisting of people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and nationalities, all coming together in one place to offer you an enriching experience and a fulfilling educational journey. With over six campuses, there is always something new to discover with numerous vibrant fests, societies, seminars, and a fully integrated student community. Explore several industry-driven and career-focused regular as well as distance learning  programs to satiate your quest for knowledge in the corridors of a reputed institute that stands as a testimony of an illustrious past and progressive future.

Students can take their pick from several fests like the CMS Festival , Cranium , Infinity , Samanvaya, Taru Samkruti, Corporate Expo, and Science Model Expo to showcase their talents; if they feel like making a statement through a marathon, there is the My Country Run; and for those who want to make an impact through social causes, they can try NCC, NSS, Radio Active –CR 90.4 MHz , Sampradaana, Anna Seva, and SEED.

Besides these, there are conferences, panel discussions, seminars, and workshops held on national and international levels for the students and faculty to learn and contribute to issues that matter such as science, IT, economy, and health. JAIN encourages the entrepreneurial spirit through centers – CRCE and JUiNCUBATOR by conducting competitions and inviting experts to offer insights.

Stimulate your intellect and discover amazing possibilities because there is something for everyone at JAIN (Deemed-to-be University).

JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) conducted it's first-ever virtual Convocation for the class of 2020 on January 23, 2021. Out of 5098 students, the University presented 78 gold medalists and 198 rank holders in its 10th edition of the convocation. Dr. Devi Prasad Shetty, Founder and Chairman of Narayana Health, was the Chief Guest for the virtual ceremony.

Enactus- The Enactus forum at JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), in collaboration with Srinivasan Service Trust (A CSR arm of TVS), organized a community empowering program at Gudalur, a taluk in Tamil Nadu and came with an innovative idea as a part of their project called Upcycling to support families, and rebuilding communities for a sustainable and brighter future.

Enactus- The Enactus Forum at JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), in collaboration with the Enactus Forum of IIT Delhi, embarked on a mission to secure the health and safety of thousands of frontline warriors working non-stop to keep us safe. The Forum, under the banner “Together We Care” worked zealously to procure face-shields and distribute amongst the healthcare soldiers in various districts of Karnataka.

The power of industry and University collaborations are limitless. It helps the students, faculty gain first-hand exposure, valuable knowledge, and experience in their respective domains. In the past year, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) has signed over 15 new MoUs.

Exemplary People. Exceptional Achievements - Shankul Varada, Palitha Vasisht, and Sowbarnika from the Department of Psychology have diligently participated in the fight against this global pandemic and are making impacting contributions to society in the wake of this challenging time.

Research Areas

The research centers at JAIN focus on finding solutions to disruptive interdisciplinary/cross disciplinary research problems that will have a significant societal and/or economic impact.

  • Research Centers
  • Research Projects
  • Research Publications



International Exposure

The University has established tie-ups with various International Universities to offer study programs that would help the students and faculty gain an international perspective in their chosen field of study. Such collaborations generate an opportunity for student and faculty exchange amongst Universities.