JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) Jain (Deemed-to-be University) has been ranked No.5 among the top private universities of India (India Today - Nielson Best Universities Survey, 2015).
To promote entrepreneurship amongst the students, the university has set up "Chenraj Roychand Center for Entrepreneurship" that brings together academicians, student entrepreneurs and incubated companies for the study and practice of entrepreneurship. Today, the center has 40 incubated business ventures.
Jain (Deemed-to-be University) has the highest placement record and around 90% of the students are placed in reputed companies. Proudly, expanding the industry's episteme with 15 ongoing consultancy projects, 37 completed consultancy projects, and 60 completed extended-research projects. Jain (Deemed-to-be University) students from the Engineering discipline have either won the first, second or third places in the past five consecutive years for designing the Micro Air Vehicles at NASA, Atlanta, USA.
ISDC (International Skill Development Corporation) ISDC - International Skill Development Corporation is a Limited Company Registered under the Companies Act of England and Wales, 2006 and has its operations across the globe. It imparts a set of Skill Development activities thorough its structured plan and aims at developing skills for tomorrow The operation includes the various Skill Development Projects, Professional and Vocational Education Activities, Professional and Corporate Training, Consulting, Research & Development and other Learning Solutions.
National Skill Development Corporation NSDC was set up as a part of the National Skill Development Mission to fulfill the growing demands in India for skilled manpower across sectors; and to narrow the existing gap between the demand and supply of skills. The Union Finance Minister Shri. P Chidambaram announced the formation of the NSDC in his 2008-09 Budget Speech. He stated, "There is a compelling need to launch a world-class skill development programme in mission-mode that will address a challenge of imparting the skills required by a growing economy. Both the structure and the leadership of the mission must be such that the programme can be scaled-up quickly to cover the whole country”.