How to Apply

How to Apply

Step 1 - Know your course

Go through our website and brochures to look for the program of your choice. There are several Undergraduate, Postgraduate, and Research programs to suit your calling. In case you need any help regarding the choice of the course, contact the International Relations Office, we would be glad to guide you forward.


Step 2 - Eligibility Criteria

Admission to the course of your choice is subject to fulfillment of eligibility criteria as prescribed by the University. Hence, international students should thoroughly run a check on the criteria listed before applying for any program. Browse the website for detailed information, or you may also contact the International Relations Office.


Step 3 - Fill the online application form

You can fill the online application form available on the University website. Scholarship students will have to fill the online application form as well.

The self-funded students will be required to pay the application charges of USD 100. Students applying via Study In India program students need to pay only the prescribed amount towards health insurance charges.


Step 4 - Completing the Application

The application form should be duly filled along with all the documents. The following are the documents required to be attached to the admission form and to be carried along upon reporting to the university:

  1. Certified copy of the marks/ grade sheet of the qualifying examination as prescribed by the University. The marks record should be in English.
  2. Certified copy of the grade equivalence to marks by Boards/schools.
  3. Transfer certificate/school leaving certificate/testimonials/No objection certificate.
  4. Copy of the passport.
  5. Proof of NRI status of the student/ parents/ sponsors (in case of NRI students).
  6. Passport size photograph (recent).

Step 5 - Provisional Admission

On receiving the application form, the University's academic council will verify the documents and check if they meet the eligibility criteria of the University. If the candidates fulfill all the eligibility criteria, a provisional admission letter would be sent along with fee details. The provisional admission letter can be used by the students to obtain visas in their respective home countries.


Step 6 - Final Admission

After completing the formalities of visa and depositing the stipulated fee, the students should report to the University for Final Admission. The University will send the admission letter on receipt of all the required details. The students should carry the admission letters while reporting to the University at the commencement of the academic session. All the international students, including aspirants pursuing research programs, will require a student visa endorsed to the University.

NRI/PIO students do not require a visa. International students are required to have a valid visa.


Step 7 - Registration at Foreign Regional Registration Office (FRRO)

All the foreign students and scholars on arrival in India have to register with the FRRO within the prescribed period (Usually 14 days). This is a mandatory requirement of the central government and the representatives of the University will assist the international students with the documents required to fulfill the same. A bonafide will be provided to the student upon submission of a copy of the passport, Visa, and admission letter. The same can be further used by the student to register with the FRRO online.

  1. It is mandatory for all international students except those from Nepal and Bhutan to get their Student Visa registered at FRRO/FRO within 14 days of arrival in India.
  2. International Relations Department of Jain (Deemed-to-be University) will guide and assist students with all the required processes needed for FRO/FRRO Registration.
  3. All International students except those from Nepal and Bhutan have to fill online application for a Registration Certificate (RC) & Residential Permit (RP) on arrival to India.
  4. In case the initial visa is not endorsed for the complete duration of the program or the student has to extend the stay because he/she is not able to complete the program in the stipulated time, the student should apply for an extension of the visa before it expires.

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