About JN University

Education not merely means getting diploma/degree in any field of academics, but it explains the process of learning and getting knowledge of various skills that should be relevant to their respective field and worthful for the society/mankind.

Sh. Kamal Mehta a man working in the field of Banking and Finance since 1998 and C.A. by profession laid down the foundation stone of Jodhpur National University to meet the needs of people of Rajasthan in the field of professional and technical education.

Recognition of various courses with various councils, top class infrastructure, reputed faculty, brilliant students, intensive corporate interaction, University toppers, GATE ranks, placement-hi-tech-personality enhancement teaching and academic environment encouraged us to establish an University.

Jodhpur National University has pioneered the concept of technical and professional education in the Western part of Rajasthan. It was established by Govt. of Rajasthan u/s 2(f) of the UGC Act, 1956.

Since its inception, it has strived to provide excellence in all fields of technical and professional education by attracting the best of the faculty from a wide spread spectrum of intellectuals from all over the country and abroad.The University is situated in the suburbs of Jodhpur and is housed in a sprawling campus of 30 acres. It provides a highly stimulating and intellectually vibrant ambience to the students wishing to pursue quality education and excellence in their chosen field.

This University will be committed to “Ready to work” culture, placement, multi- skilling, influencing practice and promoting value based growth. The University will emphasize skill and attitudes as much as knowledge of developing indigenous learner centric pedagogic technologies and adopting practices from elite institutions. It will try to integrate education with action oriented research, group dynamics, customized practice exercises. Two pillars on which rest the edifices of our educational pedagogy and development are social relevance and responsiveness, concurrent co-operation and competition.