Online programmes, Correspondence and regular Face-to-face degrees/programmes from accredited Universities offer instructions in the areas where the student has enrolled for. However, in regular face-to-face programmes, one has to attend physical classes and follow a time-table. The Correspondence programme, on the other hand, provides students with study material to learn at their own convenience but the process comes with limited academic interactivity. Whereas in Online programmes, the student gets an opportunity to view videos, take assignments at anytime, anywhere from a device of his convenience. Online programmes are best suited to meet the needs of students who prefer flexibility, quality, affordability and high interactivity.
The online programmes offered by Jain (Deemed-to-be University) is unique in several ways:
English is the preferred language for all the programmes.
The Institution has planned to launch all the programmes in the Online Programmes format i.e the student can access the course content online, however, there might be a need for the students to appear for the exams at the designated exam centers.
Yes, Jain (Deemed-to-be University) Online Programmes come with an advantage where a student can continue with his job and still manage to learn. The entire learning process is convened digitally so as to provide the learner with a classroom like experience as well as making the learning available to him anytime –anywhere.
Within 48 hours of the documents being verified and accepted by the University, the academic team will provide the student with an exclusive user ID and password to access the content that is available on our Learning Management System (LMS)
Once the user ID and password have been created and mailed to the students, he can login to the LMS and access the course lectures and videos. He can also download the learning app and start accessing the courses.
The detailed syllabus of the programme is available in the learning management system (LMS) after you log in to the programme. Also you can get the subject details of the programmes under Academics section.
You can learn the programmes anytime based on your schedule and time available to you. But term end examinations and internal assessments will have to be completed as per the deadlines shared by the University.
The Jain (Deemed-to-be University) programmes include continuous assessments, home assignments, on-job practicals and term exams that include multiple choice and subjective questions.
Admissions for the Online Programmes can be taken using the Online Application Form. Please do check for the current batches. The student needs to align himself/herself with the currently running batches in the University.
The applications are accepted twice a year. Please check the Admissions section for more information.
Yes. Original documents should not be sent by post.
Proof of Academic Qualification: Attested/notarized photocopies of the last qualifying exam and statement of marks (degree certificate/mark sheet) Attested photo copy of the marriage certificate (if applicable) indicating change in name.
You will need to get 1 photocopy of the above mentioned documents attested/notarized by a gazette officer of the Government. The student also needs to provide 3 Passport size photographs.
Photocopies must be attested either by a Gazette Officer, Principal or a Notary.
You have pay the fee online either by a debit of a credit card. No, you can’t pay the fees in instalments.
The student has to pay the prescribed fee along with the examination fee to receive his/her individual marksheet and the provisional certificate. The same is included as part of the fees for final examination. The details shall be provided on the exam application form.
If you are a student, you can contact your respective academic counselor for academic queries or fill up the form on Contact page for any queries related to the programme. Prospective students can speak to our counselors on the number mentioned on the website or fill up the Request Info form on the Homepage. Faculty or Partners who are interested to work with us can fill up their enquiry on the Contact page.
100% fees will be refunded if Student gives notice of withdraw from the programme in 15 Days or more before the formally-notified last date of admission
90% fees will be refunded if Student gives notice of withdraw from the programme in Less than 15 Days before the formally-notified last date of admission
80% fees will be refunded if Student gives notice of withdraw from the programme in 15 Days or less after the formally-notified last date of admission
50% fees will be refunded if Student gives notice of withdraw from the programme in 30 Days or less, but more than 15 days, after formally-notified last date of admission
0% fees will be refunded if Student gives notice of withdraw from the programme in More than 30 Days after formally-notified last date of admission
Fees will be refunded within fifteen days from the date of receiving a written application from the student in this regard