The fee structure for B.Sc in christ University is quite low compared to other colleges or the universities. The fee structure is around Rs 35,000 to 50,000 per year. However, the University borrows a huge amount of money in the name of "Fines". At my knowledge, the University provides poor scholarship to students. In most of the cases, there is no scholarship for students from states other than karnataka. Most probably, there is no need to get a loan from the bank to pay the fee. However, the programmes like BBA and MBA has a high fee structure, students studying those programmes may need loan. The process of getting loan is made easy by the University\'s South Indian Bank, which gives a \'loan recommendation letter\' to the students during the time of admission. This loan recommendation letter may be shown to the certain banks to get easy loans.
The University has three hostels at three different places separately for boys and girls. The hostel fee costs monthly about Rs.5,500 without the accomodation of the food, which makes it very expensive. A lot students prefer staying out of the college instead of paying a huge money for the university hostel which is without the food. The students who decided to stay outside has plenty of PGs and private hostels separately for boys and girls. The fee starts from Rs.5000 (with food), which increases by the luxury and the number of sharing of the PG. The University has four canteens which provides hygienic foods for the students. The cost of a food item ranges from Rs.40 to Rs.250. The classrooms and labs are well maintained. The lab consists of the high tech lab equipments which helps in the gain of practical knowledge more easier. The University has a well maintained library which contains almost all the topic books. The wifi connection is free all over the campus, but in order to use the wifi, a student must configure his/her laptop from the computer lab. Mobile phones will not be configured by the university. Overall, the infrastructure of the University is excellent comparing to other deemed universities.