MY FIRST FEW MONTHS IN CHRIST UNIVERSITY HAS BEEN VERY COLOURFUL.
The college nurtures individuals both holistically and technically. The college is pretty strict on rules established and actions do come behind u if you are found violating them.Though the management is very strict in academic terms the college has provides good corporate exposure to students as well as every day some event is happening around the college campus to help u kill time.
CAT exam. Following the result declaration online forms were rolled out. Interview process was conducted comprising of Group discussion, written exam and Personal Interviews.
FEE STRUCTURE AND FACILITIES
For a MBA program the fee is very affordable as compared to rest. It comes to be 3.5 lakh per annum
Placement are there in Christ university. Companies like Amazon, The Big 4 all do come for placement. The average package is 7 laks per annum
Hostel in Christ is no less than a heaven for the price paid. For triple sharing 28 k was the amount paid annually(without food). Rooms are very spacious with all the basic amenities provided
Alumni network of christ is very strong. Alumni meet ups are held regularly and there is an active community to manage that
All the faculties are either people with wealth of experience in the industries or Ph d holders
College has a wide variety of options to nurture your co curricular activities
Exams are always tiring since christ University follows a trimester system
COURSE CURRICULUM OVERVIEW
Course is good but quite hectic. Practical learning is ppt demonstration and presentation by students as well as weekly corporate interfaces are conducted to keep the students updated
Yes the college provides internship. The stipend hovers around 15 k month
The college has events going on around the year like Darpan-Cultural Event, Altius-sports event, Bhasha Utsav-Cultural. The footfall for bhasha utsav was 18k
LOAN/ SCHOLARSHIP PROVISIONS
No college didn't provide any scholarship as of yet but scholarships are awarded to the students in collaboration with the alukni association