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Candidates with the following competitive exam scores / percentile are exempted from the Written Test and can directly appear for Extempore and 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

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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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.

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Recognising the Significance of Linguistic Diversity on International Mother Language Day

As more languages become extinct, linguistic diversity is jeopardised. Around the world, 40% of the population lacks access to education in a language they speak or understand. Languages are crucial for individuals and the planet due to their complicated significance for identity, interaction, social integration, education, and advancement. They are, however, increasingly threatened or disappearing as a result of globalisation. Languages vanish, and the world's beautiful tapestry of cultural diversity fades with them. Opportunities, traditions, memories, and unique forms of thinking and expression, all of which are vital resources for creating a bright future are being lost. Every two weeks, a language vanishes, leaving behind a cultural and intellectual legacy. At least 43% of the world's estimated 6000 languages are on brink of death. Only a few hundred languages have been accepted into educational systems and the public domain, with fewer than a hundred being utilised in the digital world.

Since 2008, International Mother Language Day is observed on the 21st of February to promote unity in diversity and international understanding through multilingualism and multiculturalism as proclaimed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), School of Humanities and Social Sciences organized a webinar on 21st February 2022 to imbibe the spirit of International Mother Language Day. The event aimed to create awareness about cultural and linguistic diversity for sustainable societies, preserve differences in cultures and languages, foster tolerance and respect for others, and sustain multilingual and multicultural societies through languages. It promoted the role of the mother tongue to express freely and uninhibitedly. It was recognised that languages and multilingualism can advance inclusion and sustainable development goals. It highlighted education based on the first language or mother tongue, must begin from the early years as early childhood care and education is the foundation of learning. The webinar highlighted the potential role of technology to advance multilingual education and support the development of quality teaching and learning for all. The role of teachers in the promotion of quality multilingual teaching and learning was also discussed.

Students, academicians, research scholars, professionals, entrepreneurs, and homemakers desiring to preserve their mother tongue were asked to participate in the event by sending their sketches, paintings, digital sketches, poetry recitals, dancing videos, singing videos, mono acts, role plays etc. The event began with the emcee, Parisha Dutta, a 2nd semester MA (English) student, welcoming the gathering. Then, Dr. Vidya Rao and students sang Vande Mataram, truly imbibing the spirit of International Mother Language Day. Ms. Bhumika from the Economics Department shared the agenda and objectives of Matru Bhasha Diwas. Major Dr. Rekha Sinha, Director – School of Humanities and Social Sciences and School of Interior Design, addressed the gathering on Vadaiva Kutumbakam. Dr. Greema Michael from Economics Department shared the video sent by faculty members. Dr. Mekhala Venkatesh shared videos sent by students. Dr. Mythili P Rao, Dr. Rajani Jairam, Dr. Arvind Kumar, and Dr. Sreenivasah shared their valuable thoughts with the audience. The event aimed to safeguard linguistic diversity and ensure cultural diversity concluded with the state anthem.

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The Book Launch Event - Macro Economics: Theory and Policy and Indian Economics: Issues and Policy

The 9th of April 2022 marked the day when the efforts of reviewing, editing, and re-editing made by students and faculty members paid through the launch of books authored and co-authored by in-house faculty members of the JAIN family. The first book, Macro Economics: Theory and Policy, was authored by Dr. Xavier V K, Professor - CMS Business School, and the second book, Indian Economics: Issues and Policy, was co-authored by Dr. Xavier V K - Professor - CMS Business School, Dr. Shanu N. Nazar, Assistant Professor - School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Dr. Greema Michael, Assistant Professor - School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Dr. Mahammad Habeeb, Assistant Professor - JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), and Dr. Jennifer Fernandes, Assistant Professor - JAIN (Deemed-to-be University).

The event took place at CMS Business School at around 11:00 a.m. In the list of guests were Mr. Abdul Aziz, Emeritus Professor - ISEC, Bengaluru, Dr. NVH Krishnan, Registrar – JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), Dr. Harold Andrew Patrics, Professor and Dean (Academics) – CMS Business School, Professor Sridhara Murthy, Director (Academics and Planning) – JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), and Major Dr. Rekha Sinha, Director - Director, School of Humanities and Social Sciences and School of Interior Design.

After the introduction of the guests, a brief overview of the books was provided, and their significance was explained. The event progressed with Dr. Xavier VK introducing his book. In his address to the audience, he emphasized the need to look at policies and theories from a practical perspective. Later, Dr. Shanu N Nazar introduced the second book, Indian Economics: Issue and Policy. He highlighted the importance of being involved in the sphere of research which will pave the way for the future. The event concluded with a vote of thanks from Dr. Ajay Masand, Assistant Professor and Area Chair (General Management) - CMS Business School.

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An Insightful Workshop on Craft of Scientific Writing

JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), School of Sciences - Department of Chemistry, organized a workshop on the Craft of Scientific Writing. The workshop was conducted to enable students to write scientific articles and facilitate scientific communication. The chief guest of this online workshop was Mr. Biju Dharmapalan - a renowned science communicator, columnist, and an educator from Kerala, having more than 20 years of experience in science communication activities.

 

The workshop had two sessions. During the first session, the speaker introduced the audience to the various forms of science communication and why good science communication is essential. The audience were enlightened on different writing formats such as review papers, original research, white papers, etc. During the second session, the speaker suggested online tools to search and choose research papers. He gave tips on choosing a topic for writing an article and grammar appreciated in science literature. The audience interacted with the speaker regarding composing science literature.

 

Many national and international universities participated in this one-day online workshop. The event concluded with a vote of thanks from the speaker.

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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.

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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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