There are many clubs in the college which conducts cultural and technical fests across colleges in Bangalore.
There are four hostels across the city with transportation. Other than that, students can choose to stay in PGs available in multiple numbers around the college. There is no wifi for students, the library is well stocked there are canteens in the building but many eateries around the college with affordable food.
There are various activities for students to do throughout the day that would be considered for internal marks; the teachers are approachable and overall experience as a Jain University student is enjoyable.
Jain University, Bangalore Fee Structure. The course fee is about INR 1 Lakh per annum.
There are scholarships available for students with good marks in 2nd PUC as well as sports quota students.
I didn't do any internships.
The big4 come for placements and hire a good number of students with an average salary of INR 4 LPA.
Around 100 companies come for placements. The alumni network is good.
I didn't write any entrance exam, my 2nd PUC marks were considered for admission. The typical cutoff is 75% in core subjects.
Life at Jain University can be an exciting one, provided you join forums, clubs and engage in college fests and activities.
One could join the commerce forum, cultural forum, or the elite club, and much more. They always have programs or competitions in which you could participate and gain exposure.
The infrastructure at Jain University provides a good library space as well as a good canteen space for students to hang out during their breaks.
They also have enough parking areas for both two-wheelers and cars.
Overall the infrastructure is simple and easy to navigate.
The Faculty at Jain University is extremely helpful and qualified. You are welcome all the time to approach them if you have any doubts or if you want to clarify anything. The same goes for the Academics, they have an extensive list of courses to join and explore.
The college fee like most well-known colleges is definitely on a higher side. That being said, they do provide an array of scholarships.
The course fee for B.COM per year would be around 1 lakh at Jain University, Bangalore.
The eligibility criteria for students willing to take up the B.COM course at Jain University should have completed 10+2 in Science or Commerce from PUC/CBSE or an equivalent board that is recognized by the University.
The admission procedure would be to submit relevant documents that would include the 10th certificate, 12th certificate, application form, and application receipt along with that you would have to pay the application fee.
There are various student clubs for the promotion of talents, interests, and hobbies. A wide range of intra and inter-college fests are conducted. There is enough exposure to the students for them to grow in every aspect.
The college has a well enough infrastructure with space for activities that are conducted. There is no sense of space restraint that the students or staff feel.
There are fixed slots given for the classes, although the subjects every day. The time is sent one day before avoid creating havoc with other activities of the student's daily life. The classes are taken in a very interactive and informative manner. It is quite visible with the number of effort that the teaching staff puts in. There is quality assurance in the classes and the teachers try their best to not make us miss out on anything that is important and necessary.
Jain University, Bangalore Fee Structure. The fee for my BAJ- Bachelor of Journalism course is Rs 1,52,000 per year.
There are various scholarship programs available, that even start from the 1st year of joining college.
I have been selected as an intern in GetMyUni and have been offered ₹3000 as my stipend. As we had been explained, GetMyUni is an educational platform, hence the key companies are Colleges, schools, coaching institutes.
The eligibility criteria were that the one applying should have completed 10th and 12th standard education. The admission process was hassle-free as the online website of Jain University had the required information about filing the admission form, receiving an email regarding the entrance test along with the admit card, and the final step that is the interview. JET- Jain University entrance test. This was the first step to be taken by the students who were selected. There were no specific cut-offs for BAJ- Bachelor of Journalism course that I am pursuing
CRANIUM- the national level fest is hosted every year on the campus for all the management students and the finals held in a foreign country.
There is Parichay for the freshers and ethnic days.
KHEL UTSAV is a sports fest that is held every year.
The life CMS is fantastic which is fun learning!!!!
The infrastructure is excellent with spacious classrooms, a lift facility, and parking space.
There is a well-set library which is helpful for the students during exams.
There is a hostel facility for both boys and girls with good food.
The education at Jain is excellent as it includes both classroom learning and practical exposures, they impart practical learning through live projects, assignments, and projects.
There is an Organisation study project at the end of the first sem which helps the students in understanding how the organizations actually work and what is the different functions of the organization.
There is SIP (internship) at the end of the second semester which helps the students during placements.
Jain University, Bangalore Fee Structure. The fee for my course is Rs 9,05,000 per year.
The fees need to be paid in four installments till the fourth semester.
An educational loan is also available.
It has a very well planned placement committee that will be in touch with the companies for the placements, internships, and the live projects.
CMS Jain B-School is one of the top B-schools in Bangalore which provides the best education by making the student industry-ready.
CMS Jain B-school conducts the JET (Jain Entrance Test) for screening the students which include an Aptitude test, Group discussion, and Personal Interviews.
It intakes students based on CAT, MAT, CMAT, and all other management exams.
There are around 8 different forums for each department in the college- English, Psychology, Journalism, Sports, Music, Dance, Economics, and Environment.
Jain University is affiliated with a hostel company called Campus Student Communities. They run the hostel facilities for both genders and all Jain Campuses. There is no wifi available and mobile signal is generally weak. There is one canteen in the basement but a Nandini shop opposite the college to fulfill the need for food. The closest area for PGs and apartments is Vasanthnagar, which is around 1.5 km from the college. It is a very safe area with a lot of pgs but it tends to be fairly expensive. Also, the campus itself is pretty small as it is right in the center of Bangalore behind Vidhan Soudha.
There are generally 6 hours of classes a day of one hour each. There is a five minute break between each class. Classes start at 9:00 a.m and there is a one hour break at 12 p.m for lunch. The number of actually periods held per day depends on the timetable of each year. The teachers are young but very knowledgable.
Jain University, Bangalore Fee Structure. The fee for my course is Rs 1,00,000 per year.
Scholarship options are available to all the students. One must apply using the portal supplied by the class mentor.
There is a placement cell but it is largely focused on the Interior Design Department of the campus. There is also an alumni meet up every year.
The entrance exam took place in three steps- a multiple choice test which was general across all streams (JET), group discussion, and an interview with a staff member of the campus and you will be joining.
No, I've not attended any internship. The key companies roles like IT, Cloud Engineer, cloud architecture, etc. The highest package was 10L per/annum, the average package is 4L per/annum.
Here there was an entrance exam JET which was conducted by Jain University, Bangalore in jay Nagar, here there was an aptitude test, logical reasoning, then there was two rounds of personal interview one was to check the knowledge test and another one was about the personal interview. My cut off of my course in BCA is 65%.
There are many clubs,associations & forum like Rotaract, cultural forum, sports forum, human resource, college rules and regulations scrutinize team etc., for the students to show their active participations simultaneously to take part in extra co-curricular activities to show their hidden talent and build up their confidence in life.
JGI is a better place with wonderful infrastructure with green lawns and a beautiful canteen to create memories among students during breaks. The outside college environment is a commercial area where there are lot many pg's, private hostels, apartments for both male and female with reasonable prices and some wonderful places to hang around at their free period. Their college hostel is located just 0.5km away from the college campus where they provide college buses for the students as their means of transport. The college provides only vegetarian food (since it belongs to Jain Group) and the prices are reasonable for the students with the proper quality of food. The lunch is free for the hostel students only when providing them with the proper college ID. There are 2 libraries,4 conference hall, one dining hall, free wifies in every floor and a huge auditorium.
The classes are held six days in a week excluding first and second Saturday and the national holidays. The assignments and projects are assigned to the students at an alternate basis which carries some percentages that is added to the student's final verdict. The faculty is very friendly and motivates the students when they fall down. They bring out their inner talents by providing the platform.
The annual fees structure of Jain college is 3 lakhs including taxes. The hostel fees structure is 1.5 lakhs per annum including food which is only vegetarian. Students that are willing to travel by college bus will be charged 50000 per annum. A very good Management by providing scholarships like a single parent, no parents and all-rounder performer scholarships and honouring students for their achievements in all activities by providing All Rounder Performer Award for the entire year and best outgoing students for the final year.
Jain University provides internships and placements in reputed companies like EY, myntra, oracle, swiggy, Concentrix amazon which helps is gaining much experience for our career and placements in various national and global based companies like First Source, Google, Microsoft, Vmware, Practo, BYJUS, Jaro Education and many more. Students with backlogs are not allowed to sit for the placement.
The eligibility criteria of the college vary along with courses. I appeared for the JET(Jain Entrance Test) which I cleared scoring 87% with an overall score of 76% in the science stream at my higher secondary. The admission department will go through & collect all the required documents after clearing the test and the required mark sheets with the eligibility criteria. Once the admission procedure is completed, we need the transfer the admission and other required fees through online or mentioned banks.
- 8-30 to 4-30
- Project Hours 5hr per week
- Midsem Preparatory and final Exam, weekly assignments
- Quality of Teaching is average and Methods are average too
- Excellent and awesome
The course fee is INR 70000 per year. Scholarship for 1st Rank Students Available and SC-ST Students Scholarships. Five scholarships are available. Loans are available but not full amount of INR 130000 is not given by any banks.
No internships yet. Byjus company - teaching. Four Lakhs per annum and Eight Lakhs per Annum. Frequent meets are arranged in the campus.
- Eligibility criteria is 60% in B.Sc and Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
- JET (Jain Entrance Test) - 2019
- 60% in PCM in Bachelor Science
The college has a good students union and has bands and clubs
The college hostel ie really expensive but all the facilities I heard is very good and pg hostels are providing good facilities but some of them really not good and not having any of the primary requirements and not even providing food.
I don’t know about any scholarships as of now and don’t know anyone who is getting scholarships and loans are available from nationalised banks even I have taken education loan as of not being able to afford the fees
I have not attended any internship yet but I have heard an excellent performance by the alumni students and their achievements
It was based on JET entrance examination, interview and performance based on my higher secondary examination
The main university holds many clubs and many forums each and every festival is celebrated in the university. Jain is famous for the sports many alumni are from Jain like KL RAHUL, MANISH PANDEY and many more.
The hostels are quite expensive but very good. pg is affordable you can get pg in 8000 -12000 and hostel for 2,30,000 for 1year