Jai Hind College, established in 1948, is an autonomous college located in Mumbai and affiliated with the University of Mumbai. It is a junior college as well as a regular degree college. The college offers all three subject streams of Science, Commerce, and Arts for 12th grade and offers 12 undergraduate programs, 5 postgraduate programs, 1 Research program and 25 Certificate/Skill development/Value-added Courses, and also several self-financed and vocational courses to improve the employability of the students.
|JHC M.Com. Online Registration with Requisite Documents and Registration Charges (INR 100)||November 21 -26, 2020 (till 6 pm)|
|JHC M.Com. 1st Merit List||December 1, 2020|
|JHC M.Com. Online Fees Payment for Confirmation of Admission||December 2, 2020|
|JHC M.Com. 2nd Merit List||December 7, 2020|
|JHC M.Com. Online Fees Payment for Confirmation of Admission||December 8, 2020|
|JHC M.Com. 3rd Merit List||December 12, 2020|
|JHC M.Com. Online Fees Payment for Confirmation of Admission||December 14, 2020|
|Jai Hind College M.Sc. 1st Merit List 2020-21 Dates|
|JHC M.Sc. Entrance Exam||November 6, 2020|
|JHC M.Sc. Release of 1st Merit List||November 12, 2020|
Admission to the college is based on merits obtained in the previous qualifying examination. The college continues to attract over 90 companies including some top MNCs like Ernst & Young, KPMG, and Deloitte every year to offer placement opportunities to the students.
Some of the Jai Hind College's notable alumni are Priyanka Chopra, Aishwarya Rai, John Abraham, Sunil Dutt, Kajal Aggarwal, Kunal Kamra, Vishal Dadlani, Shaan, Malaika Arora, Kiara Advani, etc.
|Established | Type||1948 | Public (Autonomous)|
|Affiliated to||University of Mumbai|
|Accreditation||NAAC with 'A' Grade|
|Courses offered||Aided, Unaided, Vocational
12 undergraduate programs
|Total Strength||UG: 4242|
|Total Intake||UG: 1575|
|Foreign Collaborations||Ontario-Maharashtra-Goa programme Carleton University University of Fraser Valle|
Over 90 Companies
|Location||A Rd, Churchgate,, Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400020, India|
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|8th||City-wise College Ranking, India Today|
|25th||For Science, The Week 2020|
|24th||For Arts, The Week 2020|
|The Best College Award||UGC, New Delhi|
|Top 10 Best Colleges||Nlist|
|First position at 26th International Economic Convention||KC College’18|
|Silver in Avishkar||TVBSc|
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|B.A. (Hons)||Type: Aided|
Subjects: Economics, Political Science, Psychology, History, English, Hindi, and Philosophy
Duration: 3 Years
Eligibility: Intermediate with qualifying marks
Subjects: Physics, Comp. Science, Mathematics, Bio-Tech, Life Science, Botany, and Microbiology.
Duration: 3 Years
Eligibility: Intermediate passed with qualifying marks in the related stream
|B.Com (Hons)||Type: Aided|
Subjects: Financial Marketing, Accounting & Finance, Economics, Banking & Finance, and Business Communication Accountancy
Duration: 3 Years Eligibility: Intermediate passed with mathematics as a main subject
Subjects: Biotech and Chemistry( Analytical, organic, inorganic, and Physical).
Duration: 2 Years
Eligibility: Intermediate graduate in Science (preferred B.Sc(Hons). Chem)
Subjects: Marketing, Accounting & Finance, Economics, Banking, Taxation, Communication Accountancy
Duration: 2 Years
Eligibility: Intermediate Graduate in Commerce from any recognized university.
|BBI/ BAF/ BFM/ BMS||Type: Unaided|
Subject: Finance and Management
Duration: 3 Years
Eligibility: Candidates having scored ≥ 40%, 45%, 50% in 10+2 can apply for BFM, BBI, BMS courses respectively
Subject: Mass Media
Duration: 3 Years
Eligibility: Intermediate with ≥ 50% from any recognized board
Subject: Software Development/ Travel and Tourism
Duration: 3 Years
Eligibility: Intermediate with ≥35% in any stream
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The college offers admission to 12 undergraduate programs, 5 postgraduate programs, 1 Research program, and 25 Certificate/Skill development/Value-added Courses. The college offers a Bachelor’s degree in Arts, Science, and Commerce stream as Aided courses at the UG level and programs like Finance & Management, Mass Media, B.Sc.(IT), and Biotech under Unaided Courses.The application form can be accessed online through the Mumbai University’s official website.
Admission to all the courses is offered on the basis of merit.
To be eligible for admission to UG Courses, the candidates must have passed 10+2 exams from any recognized board, and for admission to PG Courses, the candidates must possess a relevant bachelor’s degree.
To register for admission, the candidates must visit both the University and College’s official website.
Note: It is mandatory to fill up both “pre-admission online registration with the university” and “Jai Hind College’s application form” as students have to report to the college with the duly filled in both printed forms at the time of actual admission.
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The college offers various placement and internship opportunities in a number of profiles such as Risk Analyst, Deal Advisory, Business Development, Management Trainee, Investor Relation Officer, Marketing Executive, Finance Analyst, Operations, and in the field of digital marketing, social media marketing.
The college manages to invite over 90 companies including some top MNCs like KPMG, Ernst & Young, Deloitte, Cushman & Wakefield, Kotak SecuritiesEdelweiss, Tres Vista; banks like ICICI and CitiBank; media companies such as Times Internet, Hindustan Times, media.net, Lintas and Digital media companies such as Wat Consult, and Schbang. The Placement Cell of the college has also managed to invite around 35 companies to provide internship opportunities to the students.
In the academic year 2018-19, 116 and 23 students from UG and PG respectively were placed with a median salary of Rs. 350000 and Rs 250000 respectively for UG and PG. Around 180 students were also selected for higher studies. The institute is also a breeding ground of several successful start-ups such as ‘Greensole’, ‘Fox Counsel’, ‘Admatazz’, ‘Realtives’, ‘Fynestuff’
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Jai Hind takes pride in having a dedicated set of teachers who aid the students in all spheres and remain dedicated to their goal of molding the future of the students. The student-teacher ratio is about 1: 40 and the college has about 120 faculty members out of which 36 are Doctorates. The faculty consists of Dr Ashok G Wadia as the dean, 15 Associate Professors and 103 Assistant Professors.
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Ques. Which are the most popular colleges in comparison to Jai Hind College?
Ans. Some of the popular colleges as compared to Jai Hind College are:
Ques. Are there any notable alumni of Jai Hind College?
Ans. There is a list of notable alumni of Jai Hind College from diverse fields:
Ques. What grading system does Jai Hind college follow?
Ans. The College follows the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) as laid down under the guidelines of the University of Mumbai. The College has a 10-Point Grading Scale, consisting of a Semester Grade Point (Performance) Average (SGPA) and a final Cumulative Grade Point (Performance) Average (CGPA).
Ques. What is the intake capacity of various UG Programs at Jai Hind college?
Ans. The intake capacity for various UG Degree Programs are as follows:
Ques. Does the college organize an annual event?
Ans. Jai Hind College is known for its big college fests that take place annually, namely "Detour", "Talaash", "Entourage" , "Kani" and "Cyberstrike”.
Ans. There are a lot of factors which should be kept in mind while opting for either of the colleges. Some of such factors are mentioned below. Attendance- For attendance, HR is way more lenient than NM College. If you have a valid reason for low attendance such as preparation of CR, then you might be exempted. However, this doesn't work in NM college, they are extremely strict about their attendance. Distance- If you are a resident of Mumbai then you should consider the distance of the college from your home. It is an important factor to consider, and saves a lot of time and money. Focus area- If your goal is holistic development i.e. curriculum studies plus co-curricular activities, then NM college is the preferred choice. HR is close to NM in this race. But NM provides a wider exposure owing to its central location of the college, surrounded by various other universities. Let’s take a look at the advantages of all the above-mentioned colleges in a tabular form below. Parameters NM College HR College Jai Hind College Mithibai College Placement rate (2020) 100% 70%-80% 65% 50% Average salary package (2020) 17.58 LPA 2 LPA >2.5 LPA and <5 LPA 4 LPA – 5 LPA Community- Often this factor is excluded while selecting a college, but this factor is as important as any of the above-mentioned factors. Although, if you have good people skills, you don’t need to consider it. But if you need a community then, in NM you will be surrounded by Gurjatis and in HR by Sindhis. Infrastructure- NM College is up-to-date with its infrastructure regardless of the fact that it is one of the oldest and well-known colleges in Mumbai. HR College is outdated, not maintained, in terms of infrastructure. Cost- If you are not a resident of Mumbai, South Mumbai is expensive in comparison to West Mumbai. Thus, keeping the above analysis in mind, NM College is the best out of the four colleges.Read more
Ans. The department of Biotech at Jai Hind College Mumbai is good with well-versed and experienced faculty. The professors are cooperative and helpful, the students will gain knowledge not only inside but outside the classroom as well. The library is well-maintained and has a huge collection of books. A library member can issue a book for ten days. Also, the labs are in good working conditions. Besides academic excellence, the department also focuses on providing the students with first-hand experience and practical application of their theoretical knowledge. The students can also get an internship during the period of their course, which means they can earn money while studying and that is a great opportunity. The biotech department has frequent industrial and institute visits, to bring the students face-to-face with the outside world. Every year the biotech department students organize a fest called “GENACES”. In the ‘Covid time’, too the institute maintained a proper schedule for theory and practical classes. Here is the factual table for the BSc Biotech at Jai Hind College. Cut-off percentage 88% Total fees for 3 years 54.8k Application process online Eligibility criteria 10th or 12th Board marks To sum it up, BSc in Biotech at Jai Hind College is a great choice for a student. Therefore, Biotech at Jai Hind College is a good option for the students.Read more
Ans. Among the two institutes mentioned, St.Xavier College, Mumbai is better for a BA in psychology. The table below will give you a brief overview of the two colleges. Parameters Jai Hind St.Xavier College Fee structure INR 16,200 (for 3 years) Rs 17,625 (for 3 years) Placement rate (2020) - >90% Average salary package (2020) 3 LPA 6.5 LPA Comparison: Both the institutes provide good learning opportunities, but the difference is St. Xavier is autonomous and hence better. As St. Xaviers is autonomous, it can update the syllabus anytime, if needed. While Jai Hind is affiliated with MU and follows the same syllabus as MU. Which may not be updated. Xavier’s also conducts its own examinations. So any problem caused in the result published by MU will not affect the students of Xaviers. Like any other autonomous institute, Xaviers also publishes its results first. So, students get the first preference for a job. While containing a degree from MU through Jai Hind is quite convenient since university and college will both have a set of mark sheets. From the academic point of view, St. Xaviers College is better than Jai Hind College Mumbai.Read more
Ans. Studying BAF or Bachelors of Accounting and Finance from Jai Hind College or HR College of Commerce and Economics is more or less the same. BAF is a full-time course of three years consisting of six semesters. This is a preferred course for students opting to be Chartered Accountants. BAF graduates pursue careers in Accounts, real estate, etc. as Financial analysts, Credit analysts, Marketing Manager, Corporate analysts, Financial planners, Personal finance consultants, Senior accountants, etc. Given below is a comparison between the BAFs programs offered by the two institutes. Categories Jai Hind College H.R. College Cut Off 93% 91-94% Course Fee 5,635 18,162 Placement Percentage 65% 70-80% Highest Salary Package 5 LPA 10 LPA Average Salary Package 3 LPA 4 LPA Recruiting Companies Ernst & Young, KPMG, Jones Lang LaSalle, Reliance Jio, Axis Risk Consulting, The Gandhi Fellowship, etc. Morgan Stanley, Deloitte, Deutsche Bank, EY, etc. Jai Hind College also conducts workshops on personality development, stress management, communication skills, etc. There are many clubs and societies which promote professional development and practical training. H.R. College of Commerce and Economics students get the benefits of industrial training by the professionals of the accounting and finance, Banking and Insurance. The institute provides students with adequate exposure to the operational environment in the business field. They organize industrial visits and summer internships for the students. Both are considered top colleges in Mumbai and are under the University of Mumbai Board. Jai Hind College has a blend of extracurricular activities, College festivals, and Academics. HR College of Commerce and Economics is known for its good placement records. Read more