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Center for Management Studies (CMS) welcome young individuals with diverse objectives and aspirations to form a community that finds its distinctiveness in diversity. The wide variety of social, cultural and religious activities held on campus promote a sense of inclusiveness among students and enriches their perspectives towards life. It offers students a unique opportunity to meet peers, make new friends, find new territories and above all be a part of the CMS family that is committed to make society a better living place. CMS provides ample opportunities to nurture current interests and awareness among students through special initiatives and value-added programs. The institute believes that the course of the study should not only be limited to mere bookish knowledge but should also include real-world experiences that are key to the success of a business leader.

Student Welfare Services

Vishwas - The Counseling Center

The Counselling Center was started keeping in mind the problems faced by the students in the tough competitive world. The Center tries to solve issues related to learning problems and disabilities, relationship issues, emotional abuse, emotional awareness, personality development and cultural diversity. The Counsellor suggests ways to cope or overcome the problems with relevant counselling and guidance. Confidentiality is maintained for the services and information. It is an altruistic effort on the part of the center and the services are not charged.

Human Networking Academy

A team of high profile, creative, imaginative faculty of Human Networking Academy, Jain (Deemed-to-be University) conducts a unique, innovative and experiential course which addresses the need to equip CMS students with requisite knowledge and skills to strengthen their mind. The motive behind conducting this course to the students of CMS, Jain (Deemed-to-be University) is to create an individual who is intellectually alert, morally upright and physically strong.

Awareness about our national history, culture and social responsibilities and human values is created through interactive sessions, short, silent, educational and theme based films and documentaries and outbound learning programs.It conducts two programs, Vishva Chaitanya and Vishva Chaarana aimed at building character, fortitude and virtue through the influence of Indian spirituality and nature.

Professional Ethics

We, at CMS, believe that professional ethics is an effective skill that examines ethical moralities and problems that arises in a business environment. Moreover, it also plays an important role in the enforcement of disciplinary action in business. We inculcate professional ethics in our students from the very first day onwards. We conduct several soft skills workshops, guest lectures, inspirational talks, etc. to indoctrinate students with some professional ethical principles.

Financial Aid

The University provides financial aid to the needy and eligible students. Merit scholarships for the meritorious students are provided every academic year. Fee concession is provided for economically weaker students and students belonging to disadvantaged groups. A special test for merit scholarship is conducted for the management students and scholarships are awarded. The eligibility for taking the test is 80% in the qualifying exam. Merit scholarships are given to students as an incentive for improving their performance. Sports scholarships are given to outstanding sports persons in the form of fees concessions, cash incentives, sponsorships to tournaments, etc.

Anti-Ragging Cell

Any disorderly conduct in any manner, whether it is by verbal/written communication or by any act which has the effect of teasing, handling with rudeness to any student, falls under ragging. The Anti Ragging Cell of the University will take strict actions against the students who are indulging in undisciplined activities which causes or likely to cause annoyance, hardships or psychological or physical harm or to raise fear thereof in a junior or fresher student.

Grievance Redressal Cell

The idea behind establishing Grievance Redressal Cell (GRC) is to address the grievances and complaints of unlawful discrimination or unfair treatment at Jain (Deemed-to-be University) which will help in the healthy progression of the faculty, staff and students. The cell was established in 2010 to redress the grievances promptly and amicably.

The objective of GRC is to promote conducive and unprejudiced educational environment by making the officials of the university responsive, accountable and courteous in dealing with faculty, staff and students. It also ensures effective solutions to the grievances with a fair and impartial approach. GRC aims to solve all academic and and administrative issues faced by the faculty, staff and students by guiding them to redress their problems.

Major Grievances such as poor wi-fi, water purifier & cooler problem, bus facility, harassment / discrimination, teacher-student issues like misbehaviour, indiscipline, punctuality, etc. will be addressed by the cell.

Process:

  • Expression of feelings by the faculty, staff and students as per the rules and regulations of the University
  • Investigation and enquiry by the Welfare Officer
  • Analysis of the nature and pattern of the grievance
  • Discussion on the matter with those who have a legitimate role in its resolution
  • Escalated grievances reported to Dean of Student Welfare if required

Student and Faculty Welfare Committees

Student Grievance Cell

Name Designation
Dr. Dinesh Nilkant Director - Chairperson
Ms. Sunitha B K Member ( Faculty)
Dr. Roopa Traisa Member ( Faculty)
Dr. Raghu G Anand Member ( Faculty)

Faculty Grievance Cell

Name Designation
Dr. Dinesh Nilkant Director - Chairperson
Dr. Umakanth S Member ( Faculty)
Ms. Sunitha B K Member ( Faculty)
Mr. Krishna Reddy B N Member ( Faculty)
Dr. Supriya Rai Member ( Faculty)
Ms. Anila Bajpai Member ( Faculty)

Anti-ragging Committee

Name Designation
Dr. Dinesh Nilkant Director - Chairperson
Dr. Raghu Anand Member ( Faculty)
Dr. Hemalatha B S Member ( Faculty)
Dr. Shiva Chaudhary Member ( Faculty)

Internal Complaint Committee

Name Designation
Dr. Dinesh Nilkant Director - Chairperson
Dr. Roopa Traisa Member ( Faculty)
Ms. Sunitha B K Member ( Faculty)
Dr. Supriya Rai Member ( Faculty)
Ms. Anila Bajpai Member ( Faculty)

NSS

Name Designation
Dr. Hemaltha Coordinator (Faculty)
Ms.. Yashoda Member ( Faculty)
Mr. Shankar Prasad Member ( Faculty)
Ms. Babitha Member ( Faculty)
Ms. Sarita Member ( Faculty)

Internal Quality Assurance Cell

Name Designation
Dr. Asha Rajiv Director - IQAC
Dr. Supriya Rai Co-ordinator (Faculty)
Mr Preetham Member ( Faculty)
Ms Syeda Shifa Member ( Admin)

Toastmasters International, Yuva Ignited Minds and MUN

Name Designation
Dr. Dinesh Nilkant Director - Chairperson
Ms.Chaithra Shetty Coordinator (Admin)

Student Council

Name Designation
Dr. Dinesh Nilkant Director - Chairperson
Ms.Jayashree Coordinator (Admin)
Mr.Abhishek Venkteshwar Coordinator (Faculty)

Research & Consultancy Cell

Name Designation
Dr. Varsha Agarwal Coordinator (Faculty)
Ms. Baisakhi Debnath Member ( Faculty)
Dr. Shiva Chaudhary Member ( Faculty)
Ms. Vyshnavi. A Member ( Faculty)
Dr. Rama. L Member (Faculty)
Ms. Misbah Fatima Member ( Faculty)
Mr. Mithun Kumar Member ( Faculty)
Dr. Neha Gangwar Member ( Faculty)

Clubs

The activities organized by students are a vital part of campus life. Besides sharing common interests and having fun, the clubs offer opportunities to demonstrate leadership qualities and people management abilities.

Confluence

Confluence - The English Club at JU-CMS stands for improving and enhancing the calibre of literary skills at the college by creating a judgement-free environment. It supports the students to channelize their potential by providing them with a wide variety of opportunities to do potential justice. The club has set a standard for English and provided the students and artists with a safe space to express and showcase their work and talent along with nurturing it. The club conducts events every fortnight like open mic sessions, JAM sessions, poetry recitals, and a lot more for the enrichment of linguistic art and prowess. Under the aegis of this club, exists an Editorial Board for the English Magazine, "Ergo".

Kannada Kalpa

Kalpa means creation and dissolution. At JU-CMS, Kannada Kalpa is a student-led initiative to promote Kannada language and its associated literature. The club organizes events such as Kannada Rajyotsava and many more every year to appraise and spread the beauty of the language.

NSS (National Service Scheme )

NSS (National Service Scheme) at JU-CMS does voluntary services with the motive to serves the society and to make it a better place. NSS tries to spread awareness through community services like Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan, Blood Donation Camp, Self Defense Session, World Environment Day, International Yoga Day, Village Survey, Food Donation, Tree Plantation, Nukkad Natak, etc. NSS aims to foster a sense of social and civic responsibility in the students.

Women Cell

The Women Cell is constituted at JU-CMS with the motive to help maintain a harmonious atmosphere at the college and to enable women to pursue their work and studies with dignity and reassurance. The Cell has been working to raise awareness on gender equality and is committed to maintaining a professional learning and working environment for its students, employees and guests. One of the agendas of this Cell is to prevent gender discrimination and inappropriate sexual conduct, and this is best achieved through promoting gender sensitivity and justice amongst employees, students and guests.

Sankalp

Sankalp - The Hindi Club is an independent platform where students work together to promote Hindi culture, literature and language with the celebration of many events such as Guru Purnima, Hindi Diwas, Vishva Hindi Diwas etc. It also helps the society with a special event named "KHUSHI", spreading awareness about the social causes.

Duke of Edinburgh

The Duke of Edinburgh Award is issued by his Royal Highness Prince Philip. There are three levels of the award: Bronze, Silver and Gold. It takes around 12-18 months to complete the award. It is one of the most prestigious awards worldwide, where you are evaluated based on your skills, social service, adventurous journeys and physical recreation.

The Drama Club

The Drama Club at JU-CMS aims to enrich students' college experience through art, along with reinforcing traditional academics. We believe that dramatic exploration can provide students with an outlet for emotions, thoughts, and dreams that they might not otherwise have the means to express. Through drama students can communicate and understand others in new ways by developing tolerance and empathy.

Yuva

Yuva Ignited Minds is a social initiative started by a group of 12 students pursuing BBM at CMS in 2008. Today, it is an armada of over 200 registered members. Education, Health and Society are the core areas under which social activities are conducted.

Creative Inc.

Creative Inc. is the creative desk of JU-CMS; they are the face behind pulling off a great fest like the CMS Festival. This team is entrusted for the gala event organized by CMS. From event conceptualization, ideation, staging, light, sound and AV set up to event entertainment planning; they do it all with excellence.

The Marketing Club - GrahaQ

“Providing an insightful journey extending to all the facets of marketing while building highly proficient marketers for tomorrow.”
The club was constituted with the motive to give noteworthy experiences to Marketing aspirants by utilizing methods for proficient talks, workshops, and holistic activities. The club envisions to ameliorate an individual’s; professional possibilities by making them corporate ready in the circle of showcasing. By providing information that will assemble better marketers who are well prepared to handle the corporate advancements by being future-ready with strong fundamental knowledge.

The HR Club - Ethos

ETHOS is the official club of Human Resources Management at Centre for Management Studies, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), Bengaluru. The club provides an excellent place for HR enthusiasts, students, or HR professionals to get to know and keep in touch with other like-minded people, get tons of resources for your HR knowledge growth, try out new things and apply knowledge to reality. The club aims to create an inclusive and friendly environment where people would love to share their knowledge and experiences.

NAT- Networking and Analysis

Networking is an investment, it takes time and when done correctly it can yield great results for years to come. That is exactly what the Networking and Analysis Team stands for. Training students and giving them practical insight on building networks, sustaining, and nourishing them. We conduct various Student Development Programs, Training Sessions, and workshops open to students all across the world. This provides students access to build various networks, allowing them to not only learn but also implement what they have gathered. It's a one-of-a-kind club, unique to the Center for Management Studies.

Skill Zone

Skill Zone is a hub of extracurricular activities offered to our students at CMS. Ranging from cooking to painting, we deliver all these skills through professionals free of cost. The idea behind this initiative is to bring out the hidden talent in our students, along with academics. Students can detox their hectic academic life by plunging into something creative along with learning new skills. There is a variety of activities we offer, like painting, cooking, makeup, dance, music, photography, and theatre. These detox activities also help students to create and maintain relationships, have higher levels of self-esteem and confidence with emotional stability, and be able to work and stay calm in stressful situations

Student Activities

An array of diverse activities are arranged round the year for CMS students that enrich their lives and promote bonding among student communities. From cultural fests to contemporary causes, students are encouraged to participate in all activities, voice their ideologies and gain fresh perspectives.

ERGO

Jain (Deemed-to-be University) - Center for Management Studies has taken academic and literary initiative in the form of "ERGO" an annual magazine. It is a canvas for students to express their literary talent.

Book Review

Students at CMS are encouraged to read, analyse and present response to a wide variety of books on management, self help, fiction and non-fiction. This hones their analytical skills while encouraging the habit of reading. Ideas and sensations experienced while reading are shared in class through formal presentation.

AABHAS

Centre for Management Studies, Jain (Deemed-to-be University) is honored to publish its annual Hindi magazine ‘Aabhas’. Students love sharing their unique ideas in the forms of articles, stories, essays, poems, painting, fine arts and many more stuff that make the magazine catchy & interactive. This magazine showcases all the dedication, creativity & hard work of the CMSites.