How good is Jain University for a BSc (PMCs)?

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Karan Luthra Sep 21, 2020

Jain University is one of the prime institutes of the country offering the B.Sc. PMCs programme. The institute boasts of a fantastic faculty and a tie-up with the British Computer Society, UK.

The B.Sc. program encourages problem-solving sessions to develop unique analysis skills. The B.Sc. degree in Physics, Chemistry, and Computer Science offered by Jain University is quite good both in terms of academics and placements. Students can also pursue higher studies with this degree.
 

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Jain University

Ranking

NAAC- ‘A’ Grade

NIRF- 101st out of 200

India Today (Science)- 50th out of 120

Admission Process

Entrance Test + Group Discussion + Personal Interview

Fee (INR; First Year)

1.26 Lakhs

Eligibility

Pass in 10+2 with 60% + Jain Entrance Test (JET)/ UCEED

Infrastructure and Facilities: The outstanding infrastructure of the university includes a vast library, top-notch laboratories, seminar halls, auditorium, gymnasium equipment, etc. Some of the facilities offered by the institute to its students include hostels, auditorium, a variety of sports and games opportunities, etc.

Jain University also promotes Industry-Academia relations which include consultancy assignments, collaborative research, development projects, etc. It has labs well-equipped with new technology.

Scholarships: The institute provides numerous need and merit-based scholarships including the Medha, Eklavya, and Natyaswara scholarships.

Placement Statistics:

  • 98.5% of students were placed in top recruiting companies such as Tommy Hilfiger, Honeywell, Deloitte, Morgan Stanley, etc.

  • The highest package offered was INR 30 LPA and the average package offered was INR 7 LPA.

Notable Alumni: The university boasts of stellar alumni, which includes the likes of K.L. Rahul (Indian Cricketer), Rohan Bopanna (Tennis Player), Rakesh Manpat (Indian Shooter), Robin Uthappa (Indian cricketer), and many more.

Interested students must look at all the aspects of the institute and the program before deciding. One must keep in mind their academic merit, future academic and career plans, personal expectations, and disposition while choosing an institute for themselves.

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