Students holding the passport issued by foreign countries, including people of Indian origin who have acquired the nationality of foreign countries are classified as foreign students.
The University is governed by the Board of Management, the highest statutory body. Its membership is as per UGC guidelines.
A Planning and Monitoring Board meets periodically, reviews the progress made on implementation of policies, and develops strategic plans for the University.
A Finance Committee monitors the flow of funds and approves the budget for the University. The audited statement of accounts for the University comes under the scrutiny of this committee.
An Academic Council, the largest statutory body of the University, is responsible for ensuring high-quality standards of educational programs. It has members from renowned institutions and well-known organizations who advise on framing Regulations, Curriculum and Syllabi for the programs offered at JU. The Vice Chancellor is the Chairman of this Council.
Each faculty has a Board of Studies whose members are domain experts from the industry and other renowned institutions and from within, giving directions for any changes required for the success of the academic programs.
With an immense amount of support, resources, and guidance from the most
seasoned professors, what I admire most about the University is that you
get to experience a diverse campus and get a lot of opportunities that set
you on a rewarding path.
Ashis Chettri (B.Tech Software Engineering)
[ Bhutan ]
I am studying under the SII program and my experience has indeed been an
enriching one. With a global campus that is a blend of the best and innovative minds
of people from all over the world, the University offers a variety of courses you
get to choose from along with specializations that are designed based on the current trends.
Ali Aqa Rasikh (B.Tech Computer Science Engineering)
[ Afghanistan ]
I opted to pursue my undergraduate studies at Jain (Deemed-to-be University) because of its
sound reputation, particularly in the field of commerce. The innovative teaching methods, from
classroom lectures, seminars and workshops to industrial visits, provide the opportunities
to maximize my understanding of commerce at a pace that keeps me intrigued and wanting to
Vanessa Inangorore (B.Com)
[ Bujumbura, Burundi ]
It is difficult to create an environment that is challenging, focused as well as lively.
Being at Jain (Deemed-to-be University) offers me this unique blend and understanding of
my chosen discipline and its multiple facets.
Hakizimana Theogene (M.Com)
[ Kigali, Rwanda ]
Among other things, I chose Jain (Deemed-to-be University) because of the excellence
infrastructure and state-of-the-art laboratories providing a host of opportunities not
only for practical exposure but inter-disciplinary teaching and learning.
Ingwiza Ingrid Becky (BCA)
[ Bujumbura, Burundi ]
I came. I saw and I loved it. Jain (Deemed-to-be University) offered me just the right
combination I was looking for. A strong industry-oriented curriculum with research
component, qualified faculty, strong ties to the corporate world and opportunity to
study in a multi cultural setting.