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Jain University, Bangalore, Karnataka


Jain University, Bangalore, Karnataka
Address: Plot / Street / Area
# 91/2, A N Krishna Rao Raod
V V Puram
Bangalore (District Bengaluru)
Karnataka, India
Pin Code : 560004

Jain University, Bangalore Karnataka is a University recognised by UGC. Jain University, Bangalore Karnataka is also known as formerly Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College, SBMJC. Jain University, Bangalore Karnataka is managed by Society: Jain University Trust.
Jain University is situated in Bangalore of Karnataka state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Bangalore comes under Bengaluru (Bangalore) Tehsil, Bengaluru District.

Website of Jain University, Bangalore Karnataka is http://www.jainuniversity.ac.in/.

Chairman : Dr. R Chenraj Jain.
Chancellor : Dr. C.G Krishnadas Nair, Former Chairman, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited.
Vice Chancellor : Dr. N Sundararajan.

Registrar : Prof. N V H Krishnan.

Contact Details of Jain University, Bangalore Karnataka are : Indian Students Admissions Contact
P +91 80 4343 1000
E admissions@jainuniversity.ac.in

International Students Admissions Contact
P +91 80 4343 1000
E intl.admn@jainuniversity.ac.in

Media Contact
Office of HR & Communications
P +91 80 2661 5246
E jgimedia@gmail.com

Placements Contact
P +91 80 2248 4948
E arg@jgi.ac.in

Facilities Contact
P +91 80 2757 7777
E jgi.facilities@gmail.com

Current Student Contact (Campus wise)

School of Graduate Studies
P +91 80 2248 4942
E sgs.jainuniversity@gmail.com

Center for Management Studies
P +91 80 2235 3216
E info@cms.ac.in

Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College of Engineering
P +91 80 2757 7200
E sbmjce@jaingroup.info

School of Business
P +91 80 2757 7199
E admissions@jainuniversity.ac.in

Center for Post Graduate Studies
P +91 80 4121 0691
E cpgs.jainuniversity@gmail.com

Jain University is promoted by the Jain University Trust. The Jain University Trust is managed by the JGI Group. Headquartered at Bangalore, the JGI Group represents a cluster of 59 vibrant educational establishments. After 20 years, the Group is today home to over 30000 students and 3120 staff members engaged at the P - 12, undergraduate & postgraduate levels across 25 campuses and centres of excellence.

Jain University (formerly Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College, SBMJC)is declared deemed to be University under section 3 of the UGC act, 1956 by the Ministry of Human Resource Development of the Union Government vide notification No.F-9-57/2007-U.3 (A) Ministry of HRD, GOI December 19, 2008 & July 24, 2009.

Jain University brings in thought leadership with a blend of academic rigour and a hands-on applicability to real-world issues. The learning environment is enriched by a team of highly talented & motivated faculty and staff, and an illustrious leadership.

The University currently offers over 60 innovative programmes at the Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Research levels. At Jain University undergraduate & postgraduate aspirants have an opportunity to fulfil education requirements, choose among a wide variety of elective courses and interdisciplinary certificate programmes and be a part of research activities undertaken by the university in diverse fields. The university offers degrees spanning Languages, Social Sciences & Humanities, Physical & Life Sciences, Engineering Science and Technology, Management and Commerce.

Research programmes at Jain University are offered under all the six faculties. Ph.D. and M.Phil. programmes are currently undertaken in 20 disciplines, with most of the researchers involved in interdisciplinary study.

Jain University advocates sports as an integral part of the curriculum in conformity with the holistic vision. Talented students who have reached national & international standards or in some instances played in leagues or clubs in any sport are provided academic support and scholarship.


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Students, it's time to compensate for bunked classes

Bangalore: After participating in the protest at Freedom Park, hundreds of students will now have to stay back for extra classes to compensate for all the hours missed.Students at School of Graduate Studies Jain University on JC Road will have to stay back for an hour extra each day," said Dr Mythili P Rao, college director, adding that the classes will get over at 4.30 pm, instead of the usual 3.30 pm for the next 15 days. If needed, it may go on for a month.Similar is the case at the Jayanagar campus, where the pre-university students will have to stay back for extra classes. Students will have to stay back till 3.30 pm instead of 2.30, from Monday to Saturday.

SJR Pre-University College, Madhavanagar, said that since the entire college has been taking part in the agitation, they may conduct extra classes for an hour every day to compensate.Other colleges too are contemplating extra classes if the situation really demands. MVJ College of Engineering said if the situation demands extra classes, it will make Saturday a full day, instead of a half day. The PU board has authorised individual colleges to conduct special classes if necessary in their individual college for the time lost during the campaign said authorities of the Pre-University Board.

Abhishek M, PES Pre-University College, Hanumanthnagar, said, "We have missed out on classes. Though we are trying to finish the syllabus, weeding out corruption and Anna Hazare's movement towards it is more important. I went to Freedom Park on three days, and had to bunk classes. There was a day when about 100 of us had bunked classes."College students raising slogans at Freedom Park in Bangalore on Wednesday.

Poll reforms other half of the battle

Bangalore: Social activist Anna Hazare's agitation has kindled hopes of a social movement against corruption. However, the movement will serve the purpose only partially unless an equally strong public opinion is generated for poll reforms.

The rising expenditure of fighting elections has effectively closed the doors for political aspirations of honest and ordinary citizens.

"The agitation against corruption should be broad-based if we have to score at least some success against corruption. Stringent electoral reforms are needed to strike at the root cause of corruption," says Tri-lochan Shastry, founder and chairman of Association for Democratic Reforms.

With most of the candidates spending more than Rs 10 crore in assembly elections and over Rs 20 crore to Rs 50 crore in Lok Sabha polls, one can easily guess what will be the first priority of these candidates after winning.

The Election Commission of India seized Rs 50 crore in hard cash during the recent assembly polls in Tamil Nadu. Shastry says that about Rs 40,000 crore of black money is involved in the electoral battle for the Lok Sabha and state assemblies.

"Once such a huge amount is spent, the priority will be to recover it fast. Electoral reforms with stringent penal clauses are the need of the hour. Disqualification of candidates from contesting any elections for misuse of money power will go a long way in curbing poll malpractices. We often see candidates going to campaign with a convoy of hundreds of vehicles and money and booze. The offenders escape with a reprimand or a fine. A change in law with strong penal clause is needed," he says.

Sandeep Shastry, political analyst and pro-vice chancellor of Jain University, advocates the need for curbing the use of black money in elections to win the battle against corruption.

"India cannot afford to bear the poll expenses of candidates, but we can consider state subsidy for it. We should look at streamlining the modes of campaign and government subsidising part of the expenses. A comprehensive law to curb the use of black money in elections is a must to tackle the menace of corruption," he says.

"Holding party organisational elections on mandatory basis and choosing the candidates to fight elections through democratic system instead of the culture of high command or an individual leader in the party on the basis of money power, caste or other considerations should be banned," he said.

Assam Ranji probables win

GUWAHATI, Sept 14 – Assam Ranji probables defeated Indian U-19 campers by 12 runs in a 50-over friendly match at Jain University ground, Bangalore today.

Batting first, Assam scored 254 for nine in 50 overs and in reply, Indian U-19 probables managed to score 242 all out in 48.3 overs, informed Assam manager Md Khalique.

Sarupam Purkayastha was the top performer for Assam as he scored 68 and took three wickets. Pritam Das (54), Pallab Das (39) and Rishab Das (23) were the other batsmen who offered notable contributions to the Assam total.

For the U-19 team, Akash Deep (59), Aparajit (53), Akhil (40) and Hanuman Bihari (36) were the useful contributors.

Tomorrow, Assam will play against the same team. All the Indian junior team selectors like Abey Kuruvilla, S Devvarman along with Sandip Patil were present during the match as the selection process of the Indian U-19 team is going on.

Brief scores: Assam 254-9 (Sarupam Purkayastha 68, Pritam Das 54, Pallab Das 39, Rishab Das 23, Mohsin Sajid 3-59).

U-19 probables 242 (Akash Deep 59, Aparajit 53, Akhil 40, Hanuman 36, Sarupam 3-31, Tarjinder Singh 2-39, Arup Das 2-41).

Bangalore college shines at international competition

BANGALORE: A team from Jain University- School of Engineering and Technology won two places at the SAE Aero Design held at Atlanta, USA. SAE Aero Design is a highly coveted event endorsed by industry giants like NASA, Boeing and Lockheed Martin with participants from all around the world.

The team Drone from Jain won the prize in the Micro Class category. Here the teams were required to make a trade-off between two potentially conflicting requirements, carrying the highest payload possible while simultaneously pursuing the lowest empty weight. Additionally the system (aircraft model) should be capable of being assembled within minutes and of being packaged within a box of size 24 X 18 X 8 inches.

The aircraft would be launched either by hand, or by use of an engineered launching system with-out the use of a runway for take-off and land within 200 feet. The event included a design report submission, technical presentation, review and inspection of the system built alongside flying that was peer reviewed by experts.

The team used a mixture of traditional materials like Balsa wood and white glue with new age materials like carbon fibre to design and fabricate a crash worthy aircraft of over a meter in wing span in less than 350 grams. The aircraft could carry a payload of 1.3kg that is almost 3.7 times its own weight over a marked path in the competition at least three times. With the best in the class of electronics, the aircraft could be flight ready from the box under a minute and could be recharged to full battery within 2 minutes, the team said.

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