JAIN Online Introduces Six new electives for the July admission intake
Bengaluru 10th May 2023: In line with the ever-evolving new trends and approaches in education, JAIN Online, the e-learning platform of Bengaluru-based NAAC A++ certified JAIN (Deemed to be University), aims to provide more job-oriented programs to its learners with the inclusion of six new electives. The new electives added for this academic year include MBA in Strategic HRM, Integrated Marketing, Digital Finance, retail banking operations; MCA in Cyber Security, and BBA in Health Care Management etc.
Dr. Raj Singh, Vice-Chancellor, of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) says, “Our mission at JAIN Online is to prepare learners for life after school through a seamless combination of instruction and professional development. These newly launched online electives for this new academic session are curated under the guidance of renowned faculties at JAIN with a mindset of preparing you to stand out as a leader in today’s competitive world.”
Incepted in 2021, JAIN Online offers UGC-entitled and AICTE-approved degree programs in the online mode. The offerings include undergraduate and postgraduate programs in MBA, M.Com, MCA, BCA, MA, BBA, and B.Com with 50+ in-demand electives. The programs are accredited by global professional bodies such as ACCA, CIMA, IOA, AI Society, CIM, and IFM from the US and UK. Through its unique online degree programs, JAIN Online is committed to taking online education to the next level and helping learners pursue their dream education. Learners are benefiting immensely from the quality teaching by the seasoned faculty and digital infrastructure. JAIN Online’s ENGAGE – The learner’s community space, the first of its kind learner’s development program helps in the holistic growth of learners through various interactive sessions, and Inspire with successful personalities across various walks of life with proper guidance and mentorship. With JAIN Online’s continued passion for education and innovation in the field of technology, it aims to reach 1 million learners in the next 5 years.