At Jain (Deemed-to-be University), we take pride in our outstanding alumni. We believe in treasuring memories of our wonderful students who have graduated from the venerable institution. The yardstick of success for the University is measured by its achievements and continued partake of its former students who are educating future generations with excellence. It has become an important benchmark leaving a pivotal impression on new students to choose their areas of interest from the programs available at the University. This underpins the University’s growing reputation and the value of the education we offer.
In addition to the cutting-edge learning experience and exposure that we provide our students, we wish to ensure that our students get an insight of the real industry from real industry people.
We would like you to collaborate with us in this mission of engineering future industry leaders.
Mentoring a student is a very rewarding and stimulating experience. Constant interaction with students will motivate the mentors to retrospect their career graph and summarize. They will be able to evaluate their own knowledge and challenge themselves to attain excellence.
We would also like to hear from those of you who wish to offer your services as Guest Speakers or would like to hire our graduates.
Information Forms for Prospective:
Jain (Deemed-to-be University) alumni represent a wealth of talent and expertise across the globe giving us countless reasons to be proud. They have diverse memories of their time spent at the University which have helped them to embark on a variety of career paths. From academic discoveries to athletic records, from artistic creations to scientific breakthroughs, our incredible alumni are defining success in many different ways. We support and motivate them at every step to achieve the impossible.
Son of former Indian cricketer Roger Binny, Stuart Binny decided to follow in his father's footsteps and made his international debut in 2014. Born and brought up in Bangalore, he was trained by his father who was the cricket coach at his school.
Read More about Stuart Binny
Distinguished as the first Indian cricketer to score a century in the Indian Premier League (IPL), Manish Pandey now represents Karnataka in domestic cricket and Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL.
Read More about Manish Pandey
Not everyone at the age of 6 dreams to be a part of Olympics but Aditi Ashok hit the headlines when she became the first Indian golfer to play in the Asian Youth Games (2013), Youth Olympic Games (2014), Asian Games (2014), and Olympic Games (2016).
Read More about Aditi Ashok
A world champion cueist and an inspiration for aspiring billiards and snooker players, Pankaj Advani, the passionate and talented 31-year-old lad has achieved greater heights in a short span of time. In July 2017, Advani emerged victorious in the Asian Team Snooker Championship after defeating Pakistan.
Read More about Pankaj Advani
It's very rare of Indian kids to not fall for the charisma of cricket and strike a shot, even before they learn to toddle; and Bangalorean boy Karun Nair is one of them. He gripped all attention with his first spectacular show in Ranji Match 2013-14. He helped his team end a 15-year wait for a Ranji title and scored centuries in the quarter-final and semi-final.
Read More about Karun Nair
Kannur Lokesh Rahul, commonly known as KL Rahul, is an India cricketer who other than playing as a right-handed batsman, also plays as a wicket-keeper occasionally. Representing India on an international level, KL Rahul has been a consistent player in domestic cricket and Indian Premier League (IPL) team Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Read More about K. L. Rahul
A 37-year-old veteran created a history when he became the fourth Indian to win a Grand Slam Title in 2017 French Open Mixed Doubles in June 2017. Hailing from Karnataka, Rohan Bopanna, a professional tennis player, does not believe in giving up.
Read More about Rohan Bopanna
Rakesh Manpat is an Indian shooter from Bangalore. He completed his education from Jain (Deemed-to-be University) where he was in the junior division of NCC. In 2006, as a 16 year old he became a Junior state champion winning all the gold medals at stake and first broke into the scene.
Read More about Rakesh Manpat
Varun Raymond Aaron (born 29 October 1989) is an Indian cricketer from Jamshedpur, Bihar (now Jharkhand). He completed his education in Jain (Deemed-to-be University), Bangalore. A right-arm fast bowler, he first played for Jharkhand U-19 followed by Jharkhand Ranji team.
Read More about Varun Aaron
Sharath M. Gayakwad is an Indian Paralympic swimmer from Bangalore. At the 2014 Asian Games, he broke P.T. Usha's record for most number of medals by an Indian at any multi-discipline event by winning 6 medals. Coming from a modest financial background, he has over 30 international and 40 national medals to his credit,
Read More about Sharath M. Gayakwad
Diganth Manchale, mononymously known as Diganth, is an Indian film actor and a former model. His works are primarily seen in Kannada cinema. Diganth made his acting debut in Miss California in 2006. He is perhaps best known for his performance as "Doodhpeda", in Gaalipata (2008).
Read More about Diganth Manchale
Niranjan Mukundan is an Indian para-swimmer. He was crowned as the Junior World Champion in the year 2015. He was born on 4 September 1994 in Bangalore, Karnataka.
Read More about Niranjan Mukundan
Anup Sridhar is India's Thomas Cup captain.He completed his education from Jain (Deemed-to-be University), Bangalore. Anup's best year on tour so far was 2007 during which he ended the year as the top Indian badminton player with a ranking of 25. His highest world ranking of 24 was achieved in early 2008.
Read More about Anup Sridhar
Mayank Agarwal, born: Bangalore, Karnataka, India on 16 February 1991, is an Indian cricketer, and an alumnus of the Bishop Cotton Boys' School. He is an attacking opening batsman who currently plays Twenty20 cricket for Karnataka. He has played 8 matches for Royal Challengers Bangalore, scoring 141 runs at an average of 20.14.
Read More about Mayank Agarwal
Ramaswamy Shreyas Gopal born 4 September 1993 is an Indian cricketer. He plays for Karnataka in domestic cricket. Gopal is an all-rounder who bats right-handed, and bowls leg break. He played three ODIs for India Under-19 cricket team in 2011. He had captained Karnataka at various age levels such as Under-13, Under-15, Under-16 and Under-19.
Read More about Shreyas Gopal
Hosagavi Shivalingaiah Sharath (born 2 June 1993) is an Indian first-class cricketer who plays for Karnataka in domestic cricket. He is a right-arm medium-fast bowler.
He was a revelation in the 2013-14 Ranji Trophy. His overall figures of 8 for 89 against Mumbai in the league phase helped Karnataka to their first-ever outright victory over the Ranji giants.
Read More about HS Sharath
Kaunain Abbas is being hailed as the "Next Big Thing" of Indian cricket after his pulsating batting displays during the Toyota University Cricket Championship. Adjudged as the "Player of the Series" for his batting pyrotechnics in the tournament, this youngster is a future superstar in the making.
Read More about Kaunain Abbas
A P Gagan Ullalmath, the budding Indian swimmer was given a berth in the London Olympic 1,500 metres event line-up in 2012. He was simply over the moon for having made it to the London Olympics on an unexpected wildcard from FINA, the international swimming federation.
Read More about Gagan Ullalmath
Hailed as "the new king of Indian classical violin" (The Times of India), accolades and praise sit lightly on the shoulders of Ambi Subramaniam, who has a number of major accomplishments under his belt. The violin maestro who pursued BBM at Jain (Deemed-to-be University) is son of India's violin icon Padma Shri Dr. L. Subramaniam.
Read More about Ambi Subramaniam
A passion for acting has taken him from University stage to the silver screen. He is popular among the 'Mass' & 'Class' crowd as stated in Sandalwood (The cinema of Karnataka, colloquially referred to as Sandalwood) circles. His success streak with continuous back to back hit movies at Sandalwood box office has boosted his star status.
Read More about Prajwal Devaraj
She made it to the top twenty, the top ten, the top five and when she won the pageant, it was a dream come true for the young Tanvi Singla, who was crowned ''I Am She" Miss Asia Pacific World India 2011. Every teenage girl dreams of winning a beauty pageant at some point or the other.
Read More about Tanvi Singla
Daughter of legendary violinist Dr. L. Subramaniam and popular Bollywood playback singer Kavita Krishnamurti Subramaniam, Bindu Subramaniam carries with her a rich legacy of music. Stepping into Western and Carnatic genres of music, the 27-year-old singer, composer and pianist created an identity for herself when she released her debut album, Surrender, in April 2011. A big fan of American music, Bindu started performing at the age of 12.
Read More about Bindu Subramaniam