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.
An NRI student is one who has an NRI status. Students who have studied their qualifying examination (equivalent to the 10+2) of India from schools or colleges abroad (outside India) will be considered as NRI/ International students.
An NRI sponsored student is an Indian citizen whose direct blood relative (Parents, Grand Parents, direct Brother/Sister) is an NRI.
Students of Indian Origin but not a citizen of India is classified under the PIO status.
"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 delve further."
"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."
"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."
"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."