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Candidates applying for MBA programs (2022 batch) and have secured competitive exam scores/percentile, as shown in the table below, are exempted from the Written Test and can directly appear for Personal Interview (PI).
Competitive Exam Minimum Score / Percentile
September, December 2021, February, May MAT 2022 Score of 550 and above
NMAT 2021-22 Score of 160 and above
CAT 2021 Score of 50 percentile and above
GMAT 2021-22 Score of 50 percentile and above
CMAT 2022 Score of 50 percentile and above
XAT 2022 Score of 50 percentile and above

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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
by KSURF"

Awarded 5 stars
in the Young Universities category

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Best Unniversity in Bangalore
“NIRF
Ranking”

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.

#InspireImpact

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

2A / 5 Company of 7 Karnataka Battalion Visits HAL’s Heritage Center and Aeronautical Museum

HAL’s Heritage Center and Aeronautical Museum, Bengaluru, is India’s first and one of its kind museum that showcases the journey of the Indian aviation industry over several decades. The museum houses various aircraft, helicopters, aircraft engine models, flight simulators, and a mock air traffic control tower. To familiarize the cadets with indigenously made and assembled fighter jets, helicopters, and air defense systems, 20 cadets and the CTO of 2A / 5 Coy JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), 7 Karnataka Battalion, NCC, Group – B, visited the HAL’s Heritage Center and Aeronautical Museum on October 24, 2021.

The visit began with a brief drill performed by the cadets from the entrance to the exhibition/heritage center. After reaching the exhibition center, the cadets saw and keenly observed the art gallery that provided a glimpse of India’s aviation history. The same was followed by a couple of cadets getting a hands-on experience of what it is like to sour through the skies and fly a fighter jet through the facility of true-motion simulators. The second hall highlighted various functions of an aero engine. The cadets got the opportunity to see aircraft like KiranBasant, and Pushpak, along with the ejection seat and an open parachute.

Before concluding their tour, the cadets visited the outdoor display facility featuring models of aircraft like Marut, MIG-21, HT-2, Kiran, Ajeet, and Dhruv. The cadets were familiarized with ATC Radar and PSLV mode. The excursion offered cadets a glimpse into the growing aviation industry and air defense system of the country.

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Celebrating the Heritage of Karnataka and Kannada – The Karnataka Rajyotsava, 2021

JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), School of Commerce, School of Computer Science and IT, and School of Humanities - Department of Kannada, inaugurated Kannada Vedhike on October 8, 2021.

Mr. D. Satyaprakash, a celebrated director and a National Film Award winner, inaugurated the program with the title song Naada Geethe of his movie. He shared his childhood experiences and underscored the importance of learning Kannada. He insisted that the younger generation must adapt to the nativity of the Kannada language and try to embrace it. Mr. Dharmanna Kadur, a renowned comedian and theatre artist, graced the event as the chief guest. He spoke about the richness of Kannada and his mission to teach the language to foreigners in the state.

Dr. Dinesh Nilkant, Dean - Faculty of Management and Director – School of Commerce and CMS Business School, mentioned various activities and programs conducted by the Kannada forum and asked the students to participate and avail the benefits of learning Kannada. Dr. Srinivasayaiah, Head - Department of Hindi, presided over the function by highlighting the ancientness and richness of Kannada. He also stressed the need for the younger generation to know the culture and language of Karnataka. Professor Y. M. Rajeshwari, Head - Department of Kannada, gave a brief speech on the establishment of the Kannada forum and the various activities and events conducted by the same.

The heads, faculties, students, and alumni of all the departments were part of the inaugural. As part of the forum, students performed cultural programs. The event successfully embraced the spirit of Karnataka Rajyotsava while highlighting the richness of language, culture, and heritage of Karnataka.

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Scholar in Campus – Understanding the Specially Abled with Professor Prasanna Udipikar

The specially-abled survive in a society sympathetic but not empathetic enough to include them in policies, public places, and social spaces. Highlighting the need for inclusivity, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), School of Humanities and Social Sciences and School of Interior Design - Department of English, Women and Gender Sensitization Cell, organized a Scholar in Campus session on September 20, 2021. The session was titled Specially Abled and Society - Our Responsibility in Inclusivityand the guest speaker for the same was Professor Prasanna Udipikar.

The session began with the Director of School of Humanities and Social Sciences, and School of Interior Design, Major Dr. Rekha Sinha welcoming the gathering and emphasizing that the whole concept of diversity encompasses respect and acceptance. She said, “It is about understanding that each individual is unique, and that uniqueness shouldn’t be rejected but embraced and celebrated.” The Head of the English Department and Coordinator of Women and Gender Sensitization Cell, Dr. Mekhala Venkatesh, introduced the guest speaker, Professor Prasanna Udipikar, Vice Principal of V.V.N. Degree College, Bengaluru. Professor Prasanna Udipikar has M.A., M. Phil., PGDELT, and degrees with Indian Writing in English as her specialization. She is presently pursuing her Ph.D. in English on specially-abled at JAIN (Deemed-to-be University).

Professor Prasanna Udipikar’s presentation was a treat not just for eyes and ears but also for senses and emotions. Her empathetic and empowering talk on differently-abled and society enabled participants to understand their responsibilities in inclusivity, reminding everyone that we are all humans and can find ways to coexist in a nurturing environment. She emphasized creating awareness about the differently-abled and involving them in policies to create a space where someday they tread towards the mainstream. Professor Udipikar mentioned that establishing equality and inclusion has become a top challenge in every society and also that teachers and parents must teach young children acceptance and mutual respect. She added that in every workplace, people in management roles must ensure that all employees get equal opportunities, equal benefits, and are accepted for their uniqueness. She gave examples of differently-abled achievers. Her address was powerful enough to make people understand the need to educate themselves to become prejudice-free and eliminate various forms of discrimination. She empathized celebrating diversity to overcome stereotypes, encourage unity, and be aware of our responsibility in inclusivity. Her speech also highlighted how the inclusion of acid attack survivors as specially-abled was a long and arduous challenge, but the right policies empower them to claim what is rightfully theirs.

The session continued with half an hour Q&A session wherein students were curious to know about what qualifies as disabled, policies supporting them, and the role of caregivers. Gayathri from MA English (3rd Semester) rendered the vote of thanks.

Professor Prasanna Udipikar's Profile:

  • Member of Karnataka State Expert Committee for English Curriculum Development under – National Education Policy (NEP) 2020
  • Member of BRC Advisory Committee, Central University of Karnataka
  • Member of Ethical Committee, GITAM University, Bengaluru
  • Member of Braille Resource Centre, Akkamahadevi University, Vijayapura
  • Editor of Annual Souvenir of National Federation of the Blind
  • Resource person for EDUSAT launched by VTU.
  • Founder of Scribe Bank at VVN Degree College, Bangalore 
  • Recorded interviews for Nano Technology preservation of Women contributors initiated by Women Studies Dep. NMKRV College, Bangalore
  • Honored with the ‘Exemplary Award 2008-09’ by Women’s National Education Society, Mangalore - February 2009
  • Honored by the Vice-Chancellor of Bangalore University, September 2010
  • Felicitation by National Federation of the Blind Karnataka Chapter on their decennial celebrations for her yeoman service to the visually challenged students on World Braille Day Celebrations, 2015
  • Authored the book ‘An Eye Opener’, 2017
  • Honored by Hasirudala at Freedom Park on December 17, 2017, for her services towards empowering ragpickers
  • The ‘Best Teacher Award’ by Karnataka Educational Awards (2018)
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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

Achievements

Placements

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.

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