JAIN-UI 2021

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JAIN-UI 2021

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JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) Formalises its Partnership with IIBF

JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) has entered into a partnership with Indian Institute of Banking and Finance (IIBF) and to formalise this partnership, the MoU Signing Ceremony was organised on 7th November at the Jayanagar campus. The event was attended by key stakeholders, dignitaries, and representatives from both organisations. The purpose of the event was to outline the areas of cooperation and mutual benefit for both the organisations.

The event commenced with a warm welcome address by Registrar Dr. Jithendra Mishra, highlighting the importance of the collaboration and expressing gratitude for the partnership. Next, Mr. Biswa Ketan Das, CEO and a respected industry expert, delivered a keynote speech underscoring the significance of the partnership and its potential impact on the respective industries.

The highlight of the event was the official signing of the MoU by Registrar of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) and CEO of Indian Institute of Banking and Finance. The signing ceremony was conducted in the presence of witnesses and captured the spirit of cooperation between the two organisations.

As a symbolic gesture, representatives from both organisations exchanged tokens of appreciation, signifying the beginning of a fruitful partnership. Following the formal proceedings, attendees engaged in a networking session, fostering meaningful interactions and discussions about potential collaborative initiatives.

All in all, the MoU signing ceremony was a resounding success, setting the stage for a productive and mutually beneficial partnership between JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) and IIBF. The event not only strengthened the existing relationship but also paved the way for innovative collaborations and shared achievements in the future.

JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) Organised Anveshana to Welcome the New Students

JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) organised a flashmob including a series of events marking the beginning of their Fresher's Fest 'Anveshana - Multiverse of Excellence'. The event conducted on 4th August, provided an exclusive opportunity for the freshers to enter a platform to represent their talents.

The programme commenced at 1:30 PM with an enchanting yet power packed performance by the music team 'Raag Bandits'. The band's incredible talent and captivating harmonies left the audience mesmerised and provided a perfect start for the events. The crowd then witnessed the Solo beatboxing extravaganza that not only entertained the audience but also proved that the human voice can be an instrument of limitless potential.

The western dance team "Invictus" brought life to the stage in an enthralling display of raw energy and rhythmic prowess. Their electrifying performance left an indelible mark, igniting spirits and leaving the students craving for more. Next, 'Veni Vici', the Indian Dance team brought a symphony of colours and rhythms with their impeccable footwork and expressive movements. The performance was a seamless blend of traditional and contemporary styles, charming the spectators.

Then Team Vaarna, the Classical dance team transported the audience into a realm of cultural splendour as they wove a tale that celebrated the rich heritage of classical dance forms. With dance still lingering in the air, walked out the incredible fashion team 'Prodigy'. It was an awe-inspiring display of talent that made it an unforgettable and applaud-worthy event. As the crowd awaited the next event, in perfect synchronisation, dancers emerged from all directions, swaying and grooving to the infectious beat. The dynamic performance concluded with the vivacious Anveshana banner reveal.  It marked the beginning of a new era, a new batch, and a chance to create new memories.

The crowd was entertained with the performances by our own Samasthi departments. All this splendour was ingeniously captured by the photography department, Killswitch. In conclusion, the event was a well-executed success that captivated the freshers with its vibrance and elegance.

Best Paper Award at the Model G20 Summit held at the JAIN (Deemed-to-be University)

The paper titled "Inclusive Engagement for Sustainable Growth: Utilizing Microfinance as a Catalyst to Achieve SDGs" received the prestigious Best Paper Award at the Model G20 Summit held at the JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), School of Sciences. Congratulations to Our Winners.

Dr. KVN Lakshmi, Associate Professor, School of Commerce, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University)
Dr. S Ramesh, Professor, School of Commerce, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University)
S Tejaswini, Assistant Professor, School of Commerce, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University)
Dr. A Sharmila, Associate Professor, School of Commerce, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University)

JIGYASA 2.0: Quenching our Thirst for Knowledge

JIGYASA 2.0: Quenching our Thirst for Knowledge

JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), School of Commerce organised JIGYASA 2.0, a Model United Nations Conference that stood as a beacon of intellectual prowess and diplomacy. With ten meticulously crafted committees spanning a spectrum of global issues, it offered a diverse array of challenges for the 350 passionate participants hailing from 25 prestigious universities nationwide.

The participants of JIGYASA 2.0 were tested on a multitude of challenges thrown at them by the ten committees. The students brainstormed for challenges pertaining to climate change, global security concerns, drug trafficking, gender-based violence, domestic policy-making, international cooperation, human rights violation, and crisis response.

JIGYASA 2.0 was not just an event; it was a crucible of collaboration, innovation, and diplomacy, where emerging leaders expanded their horizons through vibrant debates while embodying the spirit of the United Nations and fostering a deeper understanding of global affairs. More than a mere academic exercise, JIGYASA 2.0 transcended boundaries, fostering lifelong friendships, cultural exchanges, and a sense of shared responsibility for the world's most pressing issues.

Under the guidance of a dedicated executive board, JIGYASA 2.0 underscored the power of young minds coming together to address the world's challenges, and leaving an indelible mark on all those fortunate enough to be part of this remarkable conference. It was a testament to the enduring value of diplomacy and collaboration in an ever-evolving global landscape.

The conference comprised of 10 committees:

  • UNGA DISEC (General Assembly - Disarmament and International Security): Delved into global security concerns, disarmament efforts, and international peacekeeping.
  • UNSC (United Nations Security Council): Focused on pressing security matters, international conflicts, and crisis response.
  • UNODC (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime): Addressed issues related to Drug trafficking, organised crime, and global drug policy.
  • UNW (United Nations Women): Advocated for gender equality, women's empowerment, and the elimination of gender-based violence.
  • AIPPM (All India Political Parties Meet): Engaged in discussions regarding Domestic Indian political scenarios and policy-making.
  • SPECPOL (Special Political and Decolonization Committee): Explored Decolonization efforts, critical political matters, and self-determination.
  • NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization): Discussed defence strategies, international cooperation, and collective security.
  • IPC (International Press Corps): Provided media coverage, reporting, and analysis of the conference proceedings.
  • UNHRC (United Nations Human Rights Council): Advocated for the protection and promotion of human rights on a global scale.
  • CCC (Crisis Communications Committee): Worked to establish effective crisis communication strategies and mitigate global crises.