JSLH pursues a holistic admission process for all its programmes. Our admissions process seeks to understand the applicants beyond numbers and asks whether an applicant will be a good fit in a programme and whether they will thrive. This is in keeping with the best practices of international universities and allows us to select the best applicants for our programmes.
The selection process of P.G. Diploma in Research and Innovation (Jindal Fellowship Programme) involves three rounds based on a personal statement, supplemental question, Class 10 and 12 marks, Faculty Interview, and JSAT/SAT/ACT/LSAT-India score.
The online admission process for JSLH undergraduate programmes for the academic year 2022 is open. Please find the details of the selection process below.
To start your application, click here and register with an active email address. Your login details will be sent to this email account after due verification. All relevant information will be communicated to you on this registered email address only. You should provide all the information sought in the application, both in the mandatory and non-mandatory sections, as it will help us better evaluate your application.
Please keep scanned copies of following documents handy for uploading.
Applicants are asked to upload their Grades/Scores of 10/Equivalent and 12/Equivalent. If the applicant does not have their Class 12 grades/scores at the time of applying, they can mention ‘Awaited’ in the relevant column. Please note that we look at an applicant’s scores in totality and consider the broader patterns. One bad score will not be held against you.
All applicants need to submit a personal statement. This is a short reflective piece where you get a chance to tell us a bit more about yourself and what you think the Admissions and Faculty teams need to know about you. While there is no preferred format, the personal statement should give the reader a good sense of your personality and who you are. It should not be specific to a programme. Please make sure that your personal statement should be clearly visible, readable and not password-protected
If you apply for multiple programmes, your personal statement will transfer to your new application. There is no need to submit a second personal statement.
For each individual programme, applicants will be asked to answer at least three additional questions. This is a chance for you to describe your interest in the programme you are applying to in more detail. Some programmes may give you the opportunity to provide websites, blogs, and portfolios as part of your application.
If you apply for multiple programmes, you have a different set of supplemental questions for each programme.
Please upload your recent front-facing profile picture (2 x 2) with a neutral background.
You need to mention your competitive exam score (JSAT/ACT/SAT/LSAT-India) in the application form. If you haven’t appeared for any qualifying examinations or waiting for the examination results, put “Awaited” in the relevant column.
You should attach relevant documents (certificates, artwork, writing samples, letters of recommendation, etc.) for extra-curricular section to substantiate your listed activities.
Click SUBMIT at the end, after you pay the application fee and complete the form.
An Online Application Number will be displayed when you successfully submit the online form by making the payment. Use this Application Number as a reference when you communicate with us.
Applicants will be notified if they have “Advanced to Round 2” or if their application has been “Rejected”.
Applicants who have advanced to Round 2 will need to do the following:
This is the most important part of the application process. Applicants who get to this round will have an interview with a member of the faculty for their respective schools. There is no set format for these interviews, but it is a chance for the faculty to ask the applicant questions and the applicant to find out more about a programme from faculty member directly.
Emphasis in these interviews is placed on oral communication, confidence, curiosity, clarity of expression, and nuanced thinking.
Some applicants may be asked to face a second interview*. This does not mean that the applicant is weak. Sometimes faculty members request an additional opinion or want the applicant to speak to a faculty member aligned to the applicant’s interests.
* The second interview will be held in the following Admissions Cycle.
If you have not appeared for the exams such as SAT, ACT, LSAT-India Examination, then you will be required to complete the JSAT Examination. Please go to the JSAT page for more information.
*Refundable as per UGC guidelines
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Applicants may also be waitlisted depending on their results. Waitlisted applicants are requested to upload their Class 12 results as soon as they are released. Such applicants may also be asked to face an additional interview.