One of the tenets that JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) believes in strongly is that research is the pinnacle of a student’s education and vital to improve the quality of life.
The research centers at JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) focus on finding solutions to disruptive interdisciplinary / cross-disciplinary research problems that will have a significant societal and/or economic impact. Through its extensive network of highly skilled research faculty and scientists, graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and collaborators, the University is working towards advancing research by funding growth, creating unique research training opportunities, and increasing its competitiveness for externally funded program project and grants.
A Research Development Cell (RDC) has been established with the Vice Chancellor as the Chairman and the Pro Vice Chancellors, the Deans of Faculty, Directors of the Research Centers, and eminent experts as members. The RDC oversees the research activities undertaken at the University level. The RDC has created Research Development Units (RDU) in each faculty. The RDUs are headed by the concerned deans and consists of all heads of departments in the faculty, professors, and external experts in the chosen research domain. The RDC also oversees the Ph.D. programs of the University and coordinates the activities of the research centers. The major and minor research projects that are proposed by the faculty are scrutinized by the concerned RDUs and subsequently, approved by the RDC and forwarded to the concerned sponsoring agencies. In-house projects are reviewed by the RDUs and recommended to the RDC for approval. The University sets aside a portion of its budget for such in-house research projects. The approved project coordinators are required to submit biannual reports to the concerned RDUs. The RDC conducts workshops and seminars on research methods at regular intervals for faculty and research students.
The following are a few of the salient features of the research policy:
The University believes in promoting interdisciplinary research programs. It has collaborations with national/international research institutions of excellence for execution of research projects. Most of these are interdisciplinary in nature. The University also has multidisciplinary research projects. Enlisted below are the collaborations of the University. The University has initiated projects on snake venom and biofuels.
All the constituent units have state-of-the-art research facilities that are used by the students. The researchers are also provided with library facilities and internet access to pursue their research work. Establishing new facilities and upgrading the existing ones is a continuous process.
The engineering wing has well-equipped labs and research centers like Center for Disaster Mitigation have separate cabins for faculty with computers and internet facility, and software packages like SPSS and Microsoft for database analysis. The wing is also equipped with Wi-Fi, online journals, e-books, and international and national journals. Out of mutual interest, research institutes like IISc, RRI, NAL, and CSIR have extended their facility to JAIN (Deemed-to-be University).
The postgraduate department laboratories are equipped with the most advanced equipment to suit additional academic and research needs of students pursuing their masters and Ph.D. degrees. The undergraduate labs are well equipped to carry out minor research projects. The University also has a well-resourced library, internet, computers in every department, and audio-visual facility to pursue research. To help our researcher, we also have the following:
JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) has 7 faculties, each housing a number of subject areas, research programs and study options. All faculties support and promote excellence by focusing on student experience, quality teaching, and the right balance of theoretical and practical knowledge.
International Institute of Aerospace Engineering and Management (IIAEM) is a collaborative venture between JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) and Society of Indian Aerospace Technologies & Industries. The initiative has received overwhelming support from academic institutions, R & D laboratories and industrial organizations like ISRO, HAL, AAI, NAL, Air India, BIAL, CIAL, and many others. The curriculum has been examined by experts from the academia and the industry. Besides involving itself in cutting-edge research, the Institute will generate a pool of technical work force skilled in Aircraft Design, Avionics, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, and Airport Infrastructure & Management at the undergraduate, postgraduate, and research levels.Read More
Centre for Nano and Material Sciences (CNMS) considers human resources as one of its essential strengths. The Institute's faculty members are a carefully chosen mix of experienced staff esteemed in their fields, together with young researchers who are eager to establish their positions in the academic world as leading scientists. By blending experience with a fresh outlook, we have created a balance that we believe holds tremendous promise. To promote the growth of its cutting-edge research, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) invests heavily in recruitment. CNMS's administrative management and equipment center are both operated by institute staff. Staffed by individuals with strong scientific backgrounds, CNMS's equipment center is able to provide scientific support as well as measurement services.Read More
Chenraj Roychand Center for Entrepreneurship (CRCE) is the entrepreneurial wing of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) that creates opportunities for talented and dynamic individuals to realize their entrepreneurial potential. Business ideas are spotted and nurtured during the start-up and growth phases of these knowledge and high technology companies. Further, incubated companies are trained to identify an idea, understand hi-tech markets and emerging technologies.
With the declaration of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) (formerly Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College) as Deemed-to-be-University in 2008, vide Ministry of HRD, Government of India notification No. F-9-57/2007-U3 (A), the Academic Council of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) approved absorption of CRCE as a Center of Excellence of the University. The Center was mandated to carry out the following activities:
The Center for Disaster Mitigation (CDM) was founded in August 2008 as a constituent unit of the JGI Group. It is involved in research, development, and educational activities in the field of Disaster Mitigation. CDM is housed in the global campus of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) along with the School of Engineering, on the Bangalore-Kanakapura road, Jakkasandra.
The objective of the Center is to mitigate disasters due to natural and man-made hazards. CDM carries out research, teaching, testing, and consultancy in the areas of earthquakes, floods and drought, fire and safety engineering, and industrial waste utilization. The Center is committed to develop a group of well-trained work force, catering to the ever-increasing needs of the country in the field of disaster mitigation.
CDM is a member of the National Fire Protection Association (www.nfpa.org), USA. CDM is collaborating with Underwriters Laboratories (www.ul.com), USA to establish a world-class fire testing laboratory - the UL-Jain Fire Laboratories, India (UL-JFL). CDM is also collaborating with CGPL, IISc. (cgpl.iisc.ernet.in) on efficient utilization of biomass.
The Centre for Research in Social Sciences and Education (CERSSE) was established by JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) to promote research in select areas of social science and research. The Center has collaborated with international institutions of repute such as University of California, Berkeley, Forum of Federations, Canada, International Association of Centers for Federal Studies (IACFS), Forum of Federation, Sudan, and Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation. The Center has also collaborated with WIPRO Technologies, Government of Karnataka, ICSSR, Government of India, CNN-IBN, and World Value Surveys for its research activities.
CERSSE offers training programs and workshops in the fields of public governance, administration, political science, teaching-learning process, leadership training, communication, interpersonal skills, and many more.
From fire testing laboratories to a visitors’ bay, the Research Center has been exclusively planned to cater to the needs of research and development in the areas of Fire & Combustion.
The Fire and Combustion Research Center (FCRC) is a well-equipped facility with four audio-visual classrooms, office space to facilitate in-situ long-term interactions with academic partners, research support infrastructures such as servers for computational fluid dynamics simulations, data acquisition, thermal imagery, chemical analysis, and fabrication.
The FCRC's fire lab facility covers a 2400 sqft area with a 40 ft. high roof for testing fire-related products such as fire-fighting foams, different classes of fire extinguishers, and sprinklers, according to the Underwriters Laboratories and Indian standards. The lab includes a visitors’ bay and a control room in an adjacent mezzanine floor with separate glass windows which will allow to witness the ongoing fire tests. Know More
Center for Ancient History and Culture (CAHC) is established with a view to present an objective analysis of Ancient Indian History. The research work at CAHC intends to review scholarly works on Vedic culture and present Indian history in the right perspective. The thrust areas of research include Monographs on Indian Astronomy before the Siddhantha Period, manuscriptology, and to bring out a three-volume encyclopaedia on technical-scientific terminologies used in ancient Indian literature.
Research is the pinnacle of a student’s education and JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) provides the intellect and infrastructure required for conducting meaningful research. With forty-eight ongoing research projects and four-hundred researchers, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) is actively promoting and supporting research. The various Schools and Centers of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) provide the ideal environment for scholars to be engaged in cutting-edge research that is Comprehensive and enlightening. From nanotechnology to aerospace engineering, researchers at JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) are involved in pioneering research that is innovative, futuristic, and useful to society.
Six centers for research have been created to work on new areas. The research ambience is internalized through research development cell, and publication of research articles through the university academic journal Pariprashna with ISSN No – 0976-7150.
|1||Number of Publications||3161|
|2||Number of Papers in Scopus||1366|
|3||Highest Impact Factor research publication index in scopus Debasis Ghosh et.al.,
Trapping and Redistribution of Hydrophobic Sulfur Sols in Graphene – Polyethyleneimine Networks for Stable
Li – S Cathodes. Advanced Energy Materials (Wiley – VCH) 2018
|#||Year||Publication in SCOPUS|
|#||Department||Name of the Faculty||Journal|
|01||Biotechnology||Prof. Sudha Deshmukh||Guest Editor, Pariprashna (2009) – Special issue on Science Reviewer of papers in international journals (Impact factor 1-5)|
|02||Biotechnology||Dr. Kumudini Belur Satyan||Journal of Environmental Biology Reviewer of papers in international journals (Impact factor 1-5)|
|03||Biotechnology||Highest Impact Factor research publication index in scopus Debasis Ghosh et.al.,
Trapping and Redistribution of Hydrophobic Sulfur Sols in Graphene – Polyethyleneimine Networks for Stable
Li – S Cathodes. Advanced Energy Materials (Wiley – VCH) 2018
|Reviewer of papers in international journals (Impact factor 1-5)|
|04||Biotechnology||Dr. K N Varalakshmi||Reviewer of papers in international journals (Impact factor 1-5)|
|05||Biotechnology||Dr. Mala Majumdar||Reviewer of papers in international journals (Impact factor 1-5)|
|06||Chemistry & Biochemistry||Dr. Sunil S More||Editor (Aperito Journal of Advanced Plant Biology and Journal of Enzymology and metabolism) -1|
|07||English||Dr. Swaralipi||Editor. Taylor and Francis|
|08||CERSSE||Dr. Sandeep Shastri||Editor of proceedings on fifth International Conference on Federalism|
|09||CERSSE||Dr. Sandeep Shastri||Member of editorial board MP Journal of Social Sciences|
|10||CERSSE||Dr. Sandeep Shastri||Sage publications|
|11||CERSSE||Dr. Sandeep Shastri||'Governance' Journal of the Structure and Organisation of Government, Research committee of international political science association|
|12||Civil Engineering||Dr. Y R Nagaraja||Editorial Board of Built Expressions|
|13||Civil Engineering||Mr. Abhilash R||Editorial board of Elsevier|
|14||Civil Engineering||Mr. B N Skanda Kumar||Editorial board of Elsevier|
|15||Civil Engineering||Dr. Prashanth J||Editorial board of Elsevier|
|16||Civil Engineering||Dr. Harish N||Editorial board of Elsevier|
|17||Civil Engineering||Mr.C.Chandregowda||Editorial board of Elsevier|
|18||Mathematics||Dr. Radha Gupta||Reviewer of Journal of industrial Engineering & Management|
|19||Mathematics||Dr. Radha Gupta||Reviewer for Journal OMICS|
|20||Hindi||Dr. Mythili P Rao||Advisory Board of Asian Journal of Natural & Applied Sciences|
|21||Hindi||Dr. Mythili P Rao||Advisor – Asian Journal for Social Science and Humanities, Japan|
|22||CNMS||Dr. Mahaveer||Editorial board members of peer reviewed Journals|
|23||CNMS||Dr. Siddappa||Editorial board members of peer reviewed Journals|
|24||CNMS||Dr. Ranjith Pai||Editorial board members of peer reviewed Journals|
|25||CNMS||Prof. Geetha Balakrishna||Expert on nanotechnology for curriculum design by UGC, Srilanka|
|26||CNMS||Prof. Geetha Balakrishna||Advisory Board member, nanotechnology curriculum, NMKRV|
|27||Mechanical Engineering||Dr. Rama Narasimha||Referee in Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics and International Journal of Heat & Mass Transfer|
|28||Electronics and Communication Engineering||Dr. Vaibhav||Editorial board member “Nano Scale Letters”|
|29||Center for Emerging Technologies||Dr. B L Dhananjaya||Managing Editor for the Journal “Frontiers in Bioscience (Landmark Edition)” on the Special Thematic Issue “Toxins to drugs”, Frontiers in Bioscience Publishers, USA|
|30||Center for Emerging Technologies||Dr. B L Dhananjaya||Guest editor for the Journal “Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry (CTMC)” on the Special Thematic Issue "Secretary Phospholipase Inhibitors", Bentham Science Publishers Ltd. USA|
|31||Center for Emerging Technologies||Dr. B L Dhananjaya||Guest Editorial for the Journal Medicinal Chemistry (MC) on special thematic issue ‘Medicinal chemistry and therapeutical potential of snake venom toxin inhibitors’, Bentham Publishers, USA|
|32||Center for Emerging Technologies||Dr. B L Dhananjaya||Editorial member and Guest editor for the Journal “International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (IJPPS)” on the Special Thematic Issue "Drugs from Nature: plants as an important source of pharmaceutically important metabolites", Innovare Academic Publishers|
|33||Center for Emerging Technologies||Dr. B L Dhananjaya||Distinguished Editor for Journal of Venom Research (JVR) (ISI & SCI Index -Pubmed, Pubmed Central). Library Publishing Media Ltd, Oxford, UK|
|34||Center for Emerging Technologies||Dr. B L Dhananjaya||Editor of Toxicology for Journal of Negative Results (JNegRes). ) (Index – Pubmed, Pubmed central, Medline, Scopus, Elsevier, Index Copernicus, CAS).|
|35||Center for Emerging Technologies||Dr. B L Dhananjaya||Editorial Board Member for Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Science (JRPS). (Index – Chemical Abstracts (CAS), EMBASE). Quest Journals.|
|36||Center for Emerging Technologies||Dr. B L Dhananjaya||Editorial Board Member for International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT)|
|37||Center for Emerging Technologies||Dr. A V Raghu||International Scholarly Research Network (ISRN) Nanotechnology|
|38||Center for Emerging Technologies||Dr. A V Raghu||Journal of Polymer Science|
|39||Center for Emerging Technologies||Dr. A V Raghu||American Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology|
|40||Center for Emerging Technologies||Dr. A V Raghu||American Journal of Applied Chemistry|
|41||Center for Emerging Technologies||Dr. A V Raghu||International Journal of Materials Science and Applications|
|42||Center for Emerging Technologies||Dr. Muralidhara Meghwal||Food Science and Technology Letters: Category : International Journal, Publisher|
|43||Center for Emerging Technologies||Dr. Narendra Reddy||International Journal of Textile Science and Engineering|
|44||Center for Emerging Technologies||Dr. Narendra Reddy||AATCC Journal of Research|
|45||Center for Emerging Technologies||Dr. Ravi Kumar K||American Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering|
|46||Sanskrit||Dr Rajani Jairam||Editor and reviewer for all research papers on Philosophy and Sanskrit Literature, Research Revolution|
|47||Kannada||Dr. Manjunatha||Dasa Vaibhava – A collection of Article on Dasa Sahithya Co-Editor, Published by Aisiri Prakashana, Bangalore –2013|
|48||Kannada||Dr. Manjunatha||Vachana Vaividya - A collection of Article on Vachana Sahithya Co-Editor, Published by Aisiri Prakashana, Bangalore – 2013|
|49||Kannada||Dr. Manjunatha||Neladani (Dr. Narahalli Abhinandana Grantha), Editorial Committe, Published by Aisiri Prakashana, Bangalore – 2013|
|50||Kannada||Dr. Manjunatha||Jaanapadada Antharala Co-Editor - Published by Devi Prakashana, Bangalore – 2013|
|51||Psychology||Dr. Gnanaprakash||Peer Review Member Primax International Journal of Commerce and Management Research|