Its a very big campus, it has a lot of blocks, clean and green environment.
Based on an interview by two teachers, asking me several questions about me and my studies, thorough interview was taken about my knowledge in each subject i had studied earlier and was tested if i qualified for studying in the university and marks of my 10th and 12th.
Well organised and maintained Green Campus and best hostels and Maintenance, Better education system and Culturals and extra curricular activity encouraged. No negative remarks sincerely. Best college in Bangalore.
I got admission through eamcet. For this we have to attend councillinng which is conducted by higher education department, JNTU. And after councillinng we have to go for web option to choose college and course we need
Negative remark goes to the mess food. Though it is healthy but it is tasteless. And the positive remarks goes to the infrastructure and library facilities given by the college. The library is opened for 12 hrs all the days.
It had an entrance test followed by the interview and an extempore. There was test that had quantitative, reasoning, general knowledge aptitude test. It was followed by a essay writing and personal interview, after analysis of all the criteria it is marked and shortlisted.
The past two years or so have produced perhaps the most rapid changes ever seen in higher education. The “completion agenda” set forth by President Obama and the Lumina Foundation has enabled institutions to focus on the graduation of all students, rather than only those who enter as part of a specific first-time full-time freshman cohort. Concurrently, the introduction of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) has generated a substantially increased focus on the potential for degree completion through an online environment. These changes have also generated a significant amount of competitive recruiting, marketing and advertising in efforts to enroll mostly non-traditional (older, returnin...
Needed a break from corporate and thought an MBA would enhace my skills. A general entrance test like CAT, MAT or GMAT wqs required (eligible score of 600+), a micro presentation, a Group discussion round and a Personal interview was the admission process.
I have a positive change about myself as now I am more social and now I can interact with anyone and here everyone is open and friendly you can learn a lot from this college and fest and make new friends either be a senior or a junior.
At first I gave an entrance test than I was selected for the course so they called me for the personal interview than they asked me generic questions and told me to write an essay and asked me to say on some topic, the experience was good. I want to choose because I have keen interest in finance.
I really loved the college but the assignments part is so hectic. The college has good faculty which helps us almost 24/7 and makes us comfortable to ask any questions. They always guides us to learn more and become a better person with knowledge and values
Best for the Undergraduate studies in South India with good faculty and great facilities. The courses they offer are much with different combinations and it has one of the best libraries in South India
I get through in it on the basis of entrance, then on the basis of merit list after that they call you for rounds of personal interview. So this was the process that they follow.
Placements at Christ university are so good. You just have to prepare yourself to the fullest and you will surely get a handsome amount of salary. Its all depends on you. Overall the placements are good.
Admission procedure is started from online application via college website www.christuniversity.in. Your personal and professional details are added including MAT, CAT, CMAT Scores. Anyone of the above is mandatory. Cut off : 70% for CAT, CMAT and 600 above for MAT
There are basically 5 streams to choose: Marketing, Finance, HR, Operations and Business Analytics Great Placement opportunity for marketing and Finance. Average salary package: 6 lakh. Highest package: 11-12 lakh.
Management is pretty good but the only thing is chourist is too strict about their rules and regulations.
I chose bba tourism and travel management because I had interest in this course of tourism. And specifically I chose chourist because it is known for the value of it's degree all over india and world. Some other reasons being Chourist gives its students a lot of opportunities to develop themselves in academic and co curricular activities. Chourist gives a lot of importance to sports as well. There are many guest lectures too which help students to develop further in their field. All the teachers in Chourist University too are highly qualified. For admission in BBA TOURISM 1- you need to apply online, you will be given a date for interview 2- you need to be there for the interview on the spec...
Chourist according to me is amazing.The students as well teachers are very interactive.
First you have to give MAT,CAT or the chourist exam and get a score of 600 plus.Then there are series of interview,group discussion and written English tests.These exams are mostly in February and March.the final results will come out in a week.There is also a extempo round where each student talks about a topic for 2 mins.The topics are allocated randomly. The topics are published on the college website a week before the date.