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JAIN International Residential School (JIRS) shares its affiliation with four prestigious and renowned accreditation bodies Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi; and Cambridge International Examinations (CIE). The medium of instruction is English.

The chances of difficulty are very narrow as we have well-informed and experienced staff who ensure skills to overcome any curriculum stress or otherwise. There is not much difference between ICSE and CBSE or IGCSE standards, hence we see that students face no challenges in that way.

Admissions are open from Grade V to Grade XII.

Application forms are available on our website. Along the admission form, kindly ensure a photocopy of the registration fee and report card of the previous grade are submitted.

JIRS welcomes students from and outside the country. We would like you to submit Marks cards of Previous year’s Final Exam and Ongoing year Marks Cards. As part of the admission process, we select students through an age-adaptive and aptitude-oriented test called Jain Excellence Test (JET). After this an personal interview would be conducted with the Head of School for confirming his/her admission into the school.

The school year begins in June, with students required to report by the end of May to prepare for the start of classes.

Students applying to Class 10 and Class 12 require a minimum percentage of 80 % in Class 9 and Class 11. After Verification of transcripts student will have to attend the Interview with the curriculum head. For students seeking admissions to Grade XI, we make provisional admission on reason that Class 10 results varies from state to state. Once we confirm that most states have released Class 10 results, we confirm admissions for students applying to JIRS.

Completely filled admission form with relevant information.

24 recent passport-size photographs

A copy of the registration

A non-refundable demand draft payable in Bangalore or local account payee cheque in favor of Jain International Residential School.

Photocopies of the previous year and current year report card.

For Grade X, XI and XII admissions, transfer Certificates of all the grades countersigned by the concerned authority of the educational board are to be submitted.

These should be addressed to the Principal recommended by the previous school authorities.

For Grade X Admission, Grade IX CBSE registration card is to be submitted.

For any queries regarding admissions, you can contact the Corporate Office, Jain International Residential School, 91/2, Dr. A N Krishna Rao Road, V V Puram, Bangalore-560004, Karnataka, India

Admissions Office

JAIN International Residential School
NH-209, Jakkasandra Post
Bengaluru - Kanakapura Main Road
Ramanagara District - 562 112
Karnataka, India

P: +91 80 26615246.
Fax: +91 80 26500895.

JAIN Knowledge Campus
# 44/4, District Fund Road
Jayanagar 9th Block Campus
Bangalore - 5600 69

P : + 91 7899759344
P : + 91 7899090958

Selected candidates should accompany their parents or guardians while reporting for admissions on the appointed date. Students need to carry original documents and in case of foreign students, Passports for verification purpose. After the admissions are confirmed, students have to pay the balance fees at the admissions office. Students carrying any belonging need to report to the office pre-hand.Students are expected to carry admission form, previous year transcripts and ongoing year marks card, with first instalment payment.

A Residential School is built uniquely to enable your child have access to many opportunities and also develop interpersonal skills, which is normally not seen in non-residential school set-up. As the Residential Schools parent children, it takes extra care for their well-being and overall growth. Timely and well-structured academic plan and co-curricular activities not only helps student gain knowledge, adjust in a pluralistic environment, but confidence to face a challenging and complex world of tomorrow. It is a space where students are given time to be themselves and explore what they want to be.

The right age for children to join the residential school is 10. At this stage, the boarding school gets a firm grip on what the student is aspiring and pastors them while nurturing their interest and passions and see that they achieve their full potential at Boarding School.

JIRS has well-informed faculty who not only support students but also guide them to right venues to find answers to their questions. They are also made to follow a well-devised regimen of learning pattern to overcome weaknesses and join the mainstream peers. Every Monday, a test is conducted to identify strengths and challenges of the child’s performance and personalized tutoring is mapped to make the child achieve academic progress.

The ratio in the school is 9:1 with 750 students and 85 teachers.

Many of our Alumni are pursuing Masters and Research Programs from Prestigious Universities across the globe such as Stanford University, Drexel University, IIM Bangalore, etc. They are also placed in well-known companies like Apple, Google, etc.

Bullying and ragging are strictly prohibited and there is zero tolerance towards this. On the day of orientation, the students are informed about the school, board Government & supreme court rules on the punishment for bullying and ragging. Students are made to read and sign an undertaking that they will not indulge in any such activities and also parents have to give an affidavit towards the same. We at JIRS follow plenty of safety and security measures to monitor children’s activities where the dorm parents maintain a strict vigil.

Students are facilitated with various programs and coaching sessions organized by experts and faculty to confidently face IIT, NEET, CLAT, SAT, IELTS, TOEFL, and other exams.

Yes, students are encouraged to participate and represent in all kinds of sports competitions at the state, national, and international level.

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