Affirmative action06/11/2023 2023-11-07 16:16
Policy for employees
As a matter of institutional policy, JGU is committed to principles of diversity and affirmative action, and will comply with all affirmative action requirements in accordance with law.
O.P. Jindal Global University awards Merit-cum-Means Scholarships (MCM) every year to meritorious students, including but not limited to those from underrepresented groups such as financially weaker backgrounds and women. The MCM Scholarship covers the tuition fee only. The eligibility criteria include annual family income, graduation score and faculty interview score.
Savitri Jindal Merit Cum Means Fellowship: This fellowship is for outstanding female students who may not otherwise be able to afford the full fees of the M. A. (DLB). The number of Savitri Jindal (SJ) Scholarships awarded by JSAA shall be not less than 40% of the total intake per program 4.0 Scholarship Amount 4.1 – 50% of awardees shall receive scholarships of 30% of tuition fees for the year
- Venkatasubbiah Scholarship: M.A. Economics students at the Jindal School of Government and Public Policy (JSGP) are eligible for this scholarship. Mr H. Venkatasubbiah’s daughter, Dr. Vanita Viswanath, has endowed Rs 2 lakhs per annum to support selected scholars. Dr. Vanita Visvanath said: “The purpose of establishing the H. Venkatasubbiah Scholarship Endowment Fund at O.P. Jindal Global University is to promote academic excellence, research, integrity and diversity by recognising the hard work of students who are unable to bear the costs of education.” To enable meritorious students from weaker economic backgrounds to pursue world-class education, O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) awards a scholarship in memory of late veteran journalist H. Venkatasubbiah