General Knowledge Examination in Jainology
Institute For Jain Studies, Pune has announced an examination in
General Knowledge in Jainology. The examination is open to all and
can be given by correspondence. The question paper will be objective,
covering subjects like Philosophy, Culture, Literature and History.
No study material will be provided to the students, as the purpose of
this examination is to check the General Knowledge. Students can give
the answers in English or Hindi language.
Successful students will get a certificate from the institute.
For further details, please send a self-addressed envelope to:
Institute For Jain Studies
Post Box No. 58
Jagannath Complex, 199 Mumbai-Pune Road
Chinchwad East, Pune 411019
Founder & Working President
Cell: 91 989 020 3549
Latest Jain News
MOST VIEWED NEWS
In the elections of Maharashtra Legislative assembly, 7 MLAs from Jain community were elected. Here is the list of the elected MLAs. 1. Cha...
Recently I visited Udaygiri-Khandgiri caves near Bhuvaneshwar in Orissa. While other devotee Jains were putting their heads on the feet of L...
TOI NEW DELHI: People belonging to minority groups, including Muslims, Jains and Sikh, will now need a certificate to prove their religious...
Mysore, Oct. 6 (KCU&KK)- The Directorate of Archaeology and Museums, in association with Bharathavarshiya Digambar Jain Tirth-Kshetra Co...
TOI BELGAUM: The Dakshin Bharat Jain Sabha will honour 19 achievers with different awards during its 91st quarterly session which is schedu...
By D.N.Jha THE JAINS, who constitute hardly one per cent of the country’s population, continue to adhere to the tenets of their religion. T...
By Team Mangalorean- California Milpitas(CA), August 10, 2010: The swamiji of Moodbidri jain Math HH Charukirthi Bhattaraka Panditacharyav...
A question is being asked that How to get a minority certificate? Who will issue a minority certificate etc. The answer is that there is...
Malacca (Malaysia): For Gujarati Jains here, the Paryushan fast has coincided with that of holy Ramadan being observed by the majority Musli...
Chandigarh: It was now or never for 28-year-old Lalit Jain, who, despite three unsuccessful UPSC attempts, did not lose patience. Braving t...