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Academic support for underrepresented groups

Academic support for underrepresented groups

Reduced inequality

Academic support for underrepresented groups

JGU lays a strong emphasis on mentoring students through their journey at the university. For this we have instituted a robust Faculty-Student Mentorship initiative across all our academic programmes. Each new student is assigned a faculty mentor that serves as a guide through their time in the academic programme. JGU is also one of the few universities in Asia that maintains a 1:8 faculty-student ratio and appoints faculty members from India and different parts of the world with outstanding academic qualifications and experience. The university also ensures that students have easy access to faculty, a supportive peer group, world-class reading resources and campus infrastructure that aids in ensuring that all students receive the support required to excel in academics and extracurriculars.

The faculty also works in close coordination with the examinations and Dean’s office to actively monitor each student’s performance and programme completion rate. Grades of all students and performance reports are stored online in the University Management System (UMS) and help the faculty and staff take informed decisions in identifying students that need support and also in developing schedules for extra classes, counselling sessions, workshops etc.