Jain University MBA Admissions 2019: Courses, Result, Fees

Jain University MBA Admissions 2019: Courses, Result, Fees

Previously known as Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College, the Jain University is a deemed university under the UGC Act, established in Bangalore, and pr

Previously known as Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College, the Jain University is a deemed university under the UGC Act, established in Bangalore, and promoted by The JGI Group in India. Jain University offers over 185 programs at the undergraduate, postgraduate and research levels spanning various elective courses and interdisciplinary certificate programs. It is ranked No. 5 among the Top Private Universities in India in the India Today Survey. Jain University invites Applications for admissions to the MBA program for the academic year. It is a 2-year course comprising 4 semesters. The Executive MBA course is for 4 terms (15 months) and 3 months Dissertation project. The MBA + MIB course allows students to pursue MIB from France Business School.

How to apply?
MBA/PGDM
You can obtain the Application Form either through the online mode or the offline mode.

Offline Mode:

Collect the MBA Application form in person by paying INR 1000/- (Rs. 1200 for MBA in Entrepreneurship and PGDEM) at the Admissions Office in Bangalore.

Online Mode:

Download the application form from the University website. Attach demand draft (DD) of INR 1000/- (Rs. 1200 for MBA in Entrepreneurship and PGDEM) in favour of Jain University payable at Bangalore.

Send the duly filled form with the required enclosures to the following address:

CMS Annex, 319, 17th Cross,

25th Main, JP Nagar 6th Phase Bangalore-560078 (Karnataka).

Selection Process
MBA/PGDM
The selection process comprises of the following stages:

JET (JAIN Entrance Test) an Aptitude test for students
Extempore Round,
Simulation Game
Case Study
Presentation Skills Test
Interview
Exemptions: If you have qualified GMAT/MAT/CAT/XAT/CMAT, you are exempted from appearing for the 1st stage i.e., the Jain Entrance Test.

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