Jain University has a good number of clubs and associations. This is the only one university which supports both academics and extra-curricular activities with equal importance. Take my word, the college life will be amazing here.
Jain University offers the best placements and assures 100% placements to all the students. Companies like IBM, Google, Cap Gemini, etc. recruit candidates from Jain University and offer good packages as well. The highest offered salary is INR 13 lakhs per annum as I know.
The infrastructure is awesome. I studied in the Jayanagar campus of Jain University. The campus is located in the heart of the city and is easily accessible. The campus has a badminton court inside and a really cool cafeteria. The food is nice and affordable too. The only thing is, you will get only vegetarian food inside the campus. The classrooms are spacious and well ventilated. But during the summer season, the classrooms do feel a bit congested. The labs are equipped with good quality equipment.
The faculty is the best part of Jain University. They are so friendly and keep an open attitude towards the students and the parents. Their method of teaching is so nice. They always make sure to engage and interact with the students. I'd suggest Jain University to everyone.
Jain University offers numerous clubs and groups that students can be a part of, be it extra curricular or anything related to studies. There are many forums such as the cultural forum, commerce forum, dance forum, etc.
The college also celebrates all the major festivals in which all students can participate.
All these aspects make college life at Jain University colorful and enjoyable.
Jain University has 3 girls' and 3 boys' hostels spread all over in Bangalore, they offer 4 times meals a day and transportation facilities at a cost of INR 100000 per annum.
Other than hostels, students have an option of staying in PGs near college although the cost would be almost the same.
There are a couple of canteens in and around the campus that offers decent and hygienic food that is pocket-friendly.
The Jayanagar campus looks like a corporate office building from the outside but the inside needs a lot of maintenance, the only good thing about the campus is the library which is richly stocked.
Jain University is pretty relaxed as there are only 4 hours of classes with one break in between.
The teachers give projects and assignments throughout the semester that has a weight age of 20% of the final marks.
The quality and method of teaching need a lot of improvement, but the overall experience of this college is good.
B.Com professional costs INR 100000 per year without a scholarship.
Candidates who have secured 85% marks and above in 12th standard/ 2nd PUC are eligible for a scholarship of INR 5000 and above.
The placement cell in Jain University is highly functional and very student friendly.
The placement process starts towards the end of the 2nd year with over a 100 companies that come for recruitment. Prior to this, interested students are given training on how to sit for interviews, group discussion and any other skill that needs to be cultivated for giving a successful interview.
The companies that come, offer a salary of INR 200000 - INR 30000 per annum.
Students who could not be placed during the course of their degree can contact the placement cell even after graduation.
Jain University ensures 100% placement every year.
There are no entrance exams for B.Com. Any candidate who has secured 75% marks and above in 12th/ 2nd PUC, is eligible for applying for the course.
Selected candidates are further called for an interview with the Dean of the JGI group.
This is one of the best parts of the university as it has different forums for the students to participate and improve their managerial and leadership skills.
to qoute a few - Cultural forum, Commerce forum, sports forum, Rotract club etc.
There are many PGs around college for both male and female students, and a couple of college hostels which provide good food at affordable prices.
Jain University - One of the top universities in Bangalore, which not only focuses on academics but extra curricular activities as well. The university gives equal importance to all the college experience a student is looking for. The quality of teaching is excellent and gives individual attention at its best. Class timings was from 9 am to 1 pm - monday to saturday, most of the days we have 4 classes of 1 hour each and a break of 20 minutes after 2 classes.
As I was an NRI student the tuition fees per year were approximately INR 1.2 lakhs, Which was completely worth it as other universities charge the same for domestic students.
Almost all top companies come to Jain university to offer placements, to quote a few - Google, Deloitte, Goldman sachs, Ernst and Young etc.
The eligibility criteria is 65% for Bachelors in commerce.
There are cultural teams who value art and culture; Management teams for business-minded people. There is something or the other for everyone. The student associations run independently. The college has tie-ups with Toastmasters International and TedX.
The infrastructure is outstanding; there are hostel facilities to the students who need it. Transportation facilities are available to the students for free.
The college mainly targets around making students perfect in their respective fields and therefore, they have a lot of projects and assignments.
The fee per year depends upon the course. However, it normally ranges around RS.1.5 L- Rs. 2.0L per year. Scholarships are available for deserving candidates.
Loan facilities are available from various banks.
there are internships which the college provides and various companies come in to hunt for fresh talent. Placements are offered to the deserving candidates.
Jain University, Bangalore is a deemed university with undergraduate and post-graduate degrees. The eligibility criteria mainly include 60% overall in your boards.They have Jain Entrance Examinations(JET) which is held around December. there are rounds such as group discussions and personal interview if one qualifies for the test.
The best thing about Jain University is the placements. Jain University assures 100% placements for its students. In addition to this, there is a placement support cell at Jain University which train the studnets for attending the interviews. The cell also helps the students right from the beginning part of job hunt, that is resume writing.
Jain University also has an active alumni network which conducts various events in a timely manner.
Jain University hostels are the best hostels in the entire city, the rooms are well-maintained and clean. Talking about the infrastructure, it is the best with world class facilities. Be it the classrooms, computer labs, laboratories, canteen etc, everything is upto the mark.
The faculty at Jain University is simply the best. They are very knowledgeable and well experienced in their field. The teachers are very interactive as well. They encourage the students to bits and never force the students to study. The rules are much relaxed at Jain University compared to other universities in India. I did Bsc Animation at Jain University and I believe that Jain University is one among the best Animation Colleges in Bangalore.
There are so many clubs and groups in Jain University, which you can join if you like. Such clubs really bring out the best in the students and also gives them a lot of exposure. College life at Jain University is one amazing thing to experience. There will be at least 2 or 3 events in a week, which makes the college life so interesting and vibrant.
The college is affiliated with Toastmaster club and has an in house training club. There is also a theater club which finds and nurtures talents.
There different festivals in college where students can participate like melange, precipice and most of these festivals held are multicultural and other colleges in Bangalore are also invited to participate.
There is a lot of small clubs which is initiated by the students and anyone can join it if they like.
The college provides hostel services to students and is located in different parts of Bangalore. The hostel provides food all three times a day.
The food is good and is proper Indian meals mix of north and south cuisine.
There are also a lot of PG's in and around Bangalore which is easy to find.
In college campus there in an in-house studio for radio, television, film production and editing purposes.
The daily routine during college is the first hour starts at 8:30 am and will go on till 1:30 pm, there are five hours of class in the day. There is an exam which is taken after every 2 modules of the subjects is completed and it is marked in internal exams. There is a final assignment which is given at the end when all the modules are completed this also is counted in the internal.
During most of the course, the teaching is done in PPTs which are prepared by the subject teacher and are sent to students to study, there are no text books which are given to students. The teachers are friendly and always available to help and counsel students. The syllabus teaches the students a wide variety of what goes on in media and communication field.
For NRI students the fee is charged in dollars and for one year it comes to 2500$ + 50$ which includes the course and other miscellaneous expenses. there might be few other expenses during the course like exam fee, certificate fee, books fee, etc.th which would be charged separately. The scholarship
There are scholarship options are not available for students.
Over the three years of the course, the college provided student who wanted to do internships and completing at least one-month internships was mandatory after the fourth semester. For my course, there were different media corporation that the college would help students get into internships in industries varying from advertising, public relation, radio, events, marketing, theater etc. Students can visit the placement cell and enquire with the person in charge about the opportunities available in the field he/she is interested in.
The alumni network which includes students who are pursuing higher education and students who are working in different areas of expertise who collaborates with the college to give an in-depth feel and experience of what is required in the corporate world to achieve success.
The eligibility and admission process is fairly simple for NRI students, you just require getting 50% and above in the 12th-grade board exams. There is no interview process with the teachers of the departments and the students wanting to enroll at the college, also you don't require to give any external or internal entrance exam for selection of the course. If you have completed 12th grade out of India you are automatically put in NRI criteria and are not treated as students who completed 12th in India.
Jain University is one among the top deemed private university in India which provides the best infrastructure and facilities.
The University is also a hub of cultural events.
Altogether, college life at Jain University is awesome.
Jain University has an amazing infrastructure .
best hostel facilties in the state.
Classrooms are well maintained and spacious.
Computer labs are air-conditioned and also made sure that the latest software in installed in the system.
Jain University has a huge library with lots of books and printed journals as well.
The class timings are really nice, 9am to 1pm.
And yes, the faculty, they're amazing. Most of them are M.Phil or Ph.D holders and well experienced too.
Their attitude towards the students are really good, they are supportive to bits.
Extra-curriculur and academis are treated equally.
Placements are the best thing about Jain University. From what I experienced, Jain University offers the best placements in India. The placement cell at Jain University is simply the best. The placement cell will help you right from the beginning. They will help you write an attractive resume and to attend the interview with confidence.
The admissions were based on Jain University Entrance test. I got enough marks to get through the admissions. The admission procedure was much easier compared to other colleges. And it was pretty much faster as well.
I got seat on the basis of 12th pecentage And they had given me a scholarship under their merit scholarship policy