Infrastructure is good. There are neat classrooms. There is also a library, internet center, WiFi facility. There are plenty of food counters and canteens in this campus. Hostel facility is also available for boys and girls.
The B.Com finance and accounting classes begin from 6.30 AM-5.30 PM. Usually, all the professional courses have these timings.
The course fee is around INR 60-75k per year. Bank loans are provided for which you have to pay your first-year fee and then approach the required department for a loan recommendation letter.
They mainly train you for CA exam with B.Com and you can do your articleship and coaching together. Placement is good (coz ur a CA)
Just complete your 12 and get registered with ICAI for foundation exam and the enroll for B.Com (f&a) Usually the cut off is 88%-90%.
Male hostel within the college premises. The female hostel is 3 mins travel by bus. Maintainance is excellent though the rules are strict. 3 sharing is INR 35,000/- a year 4 sharing is INR 30,000/- a year PG options are readily available outside the college premises. They cost INR 3000 per head in a room. Ie 2 sharing will cost INR 6000 and same for 3 sharing. Food in college is absolute of homemade quality. 2 main Canteens. North and South. One MBA Canteen. Also within the premises is a franchise of The Indian Coffee House. Infrastructure is top class and library is full of updated books, dining halls are very very large. College wifi is absolutely free for students upon configuration.
The daily routine is from 9 am to 4 pm. Each lecture is for an hour. 6 lecture hours a day. 4 in the morning from 9 am to 1 pm. 1 pm to 2 pm is Lunch hour. 2 in the afternoon from 2 pm to 4 pm. Method of teaching has both chalk and talk as well as Smart classes of PPT presentations. Extremely supportive faculties and great ambiance through facilities.
First, 2 years Course Fee is INR 1.5 lakhs p.a. Next 2 years Course Fee is INR 2 lakhs p.a. The scholarship option is available after 2 years. CGPA of 9.5 above students can study at Catholic University US. Other scholarships on fee reduction are based on CGPA and disciplinary records. Loans if needed from South Indian Bank, is easily available as it is in partnership with Christ University.
College internships are available. There is a facility called the incubation center especially for Projects and Researchers. Tech Mahindra, TCS, and Merchant Navy. The highest package offered was INR 30lakhs/p.a by Nutanix. The % of placements on campus is 55% looking forward to more growth in future. The alumni network is almost in all Companies through Btech, BCA, and even MBA.
Did PCM in 11th and 12th along with Computer Science. Gave ComedK examination. Sat for the personal interview of college. The cutoffs for CS/IT of school l % is above 60. Rank of COMEDK should be within 20,000 for CS/IT.
There are a number of student societies one of them is center for social action. There are many festivals conducted for every department of the college you just have to name it. The life in college, in general, is interesting.
I'm not sure about the hostel fees and their quality but there are 3 hostels. The number of PGs are a lot and they are will be maintained. Their food in the college is a good and average cost per meal is INR 50. The key infrastructure is excellent.
For Department of Professional Studies, the timings are from 6:30 Am to 12:00 pm The quality and method of teaching is very interactive. The overall college experience is good.
My course is Bcom international finance. It costs INR 2.2lakhs per annum. Scholarship available to students is through merit or sports. Average scholarship given are about 5000 students for the whole college. Loans are not needed if necessary then it's very easy to avail.
The key companies are KPMG, EY, Deloitte, PWC. Average salary figures are INR 8lakhs per annum, highest salary was INR 24lakhs per annum and has more than 50%placement. Alumni network is very large.
Minimum of 65% in 12th boards. Entrance exam was on accounts, law, aptitude, and English. The typical cutoff for this course is 80%
The 10th board examination result cut off was 94% and if we passed it we were eligible for the admission.
You have to score really high marks and rank in entrance and puc. It's the best college as of I'm in Bangalore There great placements in this college
Any extracurricular activity you can think of, Christ probably already has an association for it, so you'll never be starved in terms of creative outlets. There are clubs for theatre, poetry, filmmaking, book reading, etc. and if you're more inclined towards sports, Christ has teams for practically every form.
So yes, I would say Christ is definitely the place to be for great extracurriculars.
The infrastructure of the college is great, the classrooms and building and campus as a whole are well maintained. There is a good amount of greenery and the canteens are of high quality. The food on campus is inexpensive and of high quality, particularly in the gourmet hall. There is a girls hostel on campus and one for boys located a kilometer away, they are alright apart from the extremely stringent policies and curfews. I would recommend staying away from them though, I'm yet to meet someone from the hostel who wholeheartedly recommends it.
Apart from this the college buildings are well equipped in terms of projectors and other essential amenities, particularly so in the central block.
I did a triple major from Christ, back when it still had a university status, my subjects included Psychology, Sociology, and English Literature. The course material is decided by Christ itself, and it changes up every few years. The staff in their approach and competence vary as per the department, but as a whole are approachable and adept.
The experience at Christ is unbeatable, mostly because of your fellow students and the wide array of extracurriculars you'd get involved with the university's internal assessments are varied and engaging as well. For the most part, you will get a good amount of time to pursue your course and work on a wide array of side projects as well.
So apart from the strict policies and at times unfair handling of student issues, I would recommend the Christ experience.
The course fees are about INR 20,000 per semester, so it averages out to a little over a lac for most of the BA courses. There are courses such Economics Political Science and Sociology that a subsidized by the government, so this is just a ballpark figure.
There are scholarships available in your final year, for studies abroad but the seats are highly limited and require a wide array of extracurriculars as well. The college however does pay for the scholarships for the most part, it varies as per the college and country.
The placements in Christ are of high quality and are definitely worth your time. Several prestigious companies such as KPMG, Deloitte, L&T, EY, have tie-ups with Christ. Though as an art student these companies may not be directly involved with what you have worked on in your course. However, there are companies like National Instruments and Reuters that will be closely related to the work of literature and journalism students.
The salary average salary packages vary from about 2 lacs to about 4, so it's not a bad start at all. Apart from this, the alumni network does provide support in the form of jobs posted by other alumni, so even once you graduate you do get good opportunities through what is essentially the college placement network.
You need to be a 12th standard pass to be eligible for this course, and your grades need to be above a minimum of 60% (at least that was the cut off in 2012). There is no test involved, but there is an interview conducted by the faculty of your potential course. The interview is fairly typical and centers around gauging your personality, though there are a couple, of course, related questions.
There are a bunch of societies, Centre for Social Action, Student Welfare Association which are part of college and have made it to the national level. Fests are amazing, giving opportunities for everyone with knowledge in the subject and they happen very often. Life is amazing, with a lot of places to chill inside and outside the campus
There is one hostel inside the college for girls. There are 3 Christ hostels just outside the college. There are a bunch of pgs just beside the campus and you can get a comfortable room for 4-5k/m. The food is provided by 7-8 independent food centers inside the campus. Classrooms are top class with all the latest features. Wifi is really quick and anyone can connect to it through a laptop
The daily classes are 9-4 with 1-hour break for lunch. Saturdays we are free by 1. The methods of teaching are good and they provide teaching through the projector. Overall experience is really great, the timings are flexible and you need 85% minimum attendance
The course fee structure is one of the most comfortable, compared to other universities. My course fee is 29k per annum and it increases by 5% every year. The best courses like BBA have a fee structure of 90k per annum. Scholarships are awarded to students with distinction and in need of money. 4 people got the scholarship from my class. Loans can be applied from the south Indian bank, which has a partnership with Christ University itself. Once you get admission, you can start using their services
I have done an internship after my 3rd-semester exams, I had to complete a simple internship in a reputed company. I took my internship with Avalon labs and got paid 10k/m for 2 months. I had to write emails to offer services from our company. It was a good experience. The average salary for my course is 5 lakh per annum. But I have witnessed people who have bagged packages like 17 lakh. The christ alumni network is the widest, spread across the globe. There are events in college and private events of these Alumni network where successful people from different courses of Christ come together to share their experience
The eligibility criteria are 60% minimum overall in the 12th boards or equivalent. Although if you are in the sports quota, you can get an exception. You need to complete secondary education. Admission procedure can be done online, and you need to be present on the campus for a written exam and an interview. The written exam is about your knowledge in the course, and the interview is about your personal skills and communication. If you prepare for this, its enough to get admission
Each department has a number of clubs which the student can enroll into and the college has the sports team, cultural team etc. The University celebrates most of the festival but is known for its ethnic day and Christmas celebrations.
Inside the campus, there are two hostels ( girls hostel and boys hostel). A safe place to stay and easy access to safe and decent food. But strict deadlines. Usually, the students from outside the city start by staying on campus and later shift to PG accommodations near the college.There are more than 4 canteens with different kinds of food.
Classrooms are spacious and have a projector, charging facilities. Wi-fi is provided only for the laptops and must be configured once the student has enrolled. There are two libraries providing students with almost every book required. On the whole, the campus is huge and has necessary facilities.
Classes start at 9 am and go on until 4 pm. Few courses start early. The classes are of 55 minutes duration. Certificate courses take place after 4 pm. Cultural activities take place side by side and it is up to the student to manage both. Tests are frequently given for assessment and there are two main exams in each semester - Mid-semester Exam and End semester exam. The quality of teaching, in general, is good. But again, it is up to the student to cope up and do a little study after college hours.
A year back, the fees structure for BCA was around seventy thousand per year (varies for courses). For international students, it's on the higher side. Scholarships provided are few in number.
Christ University provides placements in a wide range of companies. The students can start interning from the very first semester. For BCA, internships weren't required. For few courses, internships are made compulsory.
Companies start coming for placements from the 4th semester in the second year. Every company has eligibility criteria which the student has to satisfy in order to sit for placements. Around 80% of the students usually get placed in good companies.
Christ University is one among the well-known colleges in Bangalore which is highly ranked for many subjects. The online applications for admissions usually open in the month of December and the interview process starts taking place soon after. Most of the courses need entrance exams to be taken in which very basic knowledge of the student is tested in the particular subject area.
I applied for BCA. So I did not have to take up an entrance exam but had to go through an interview process. In the interview, they ask you basic information about yourself and might ask you questions based on your subject area (for me computer related). My course cut off was 75% above.
Four main organizations, the student welfare office for college level cultural events, the center for social welfare which works for social causes, the CUBSA which does college level academic fests and center for academic and professional support which provides academic knowledge and support for students. There are many fests throughout the year
A hostel is available only for boys which is quiet cheap, plenty of pg options available. Infrastructure in the college such as classrooms , lab, auditorium etc is very good
Daily routine is hectic in comparison to other colleges. Class timings are 8 30 to 3 30. Power points, videos ,movies etc are frequently incorporated into teaching. There are two sets of assignment throughout the year. Overall the quality of teachers is average with both very good and not good faculty.
Course fee varies according to the region you belong to. 66000 is the average fee. University does have a scholarship programme but not too extensive
Have not done any internship so far, typical salary package is 2 to 4 lakhs. The first batch will pass out in April 2018 so not much information about average packages and alumni
The college had an independent entrance exam organized by Christ, it was a written exam followed by writing skill test and personal interview. The cut off was not disclosed. Class 12th board result was not taken into consideration
Social service, student welfare office, academic skills development and a lot of other organisation as well. Mega fest, nrritta, arthotsav, colour week. Generally, it is fine if you can manage your daily works! It's challenging
1 hostel for boys in our campus BGR camps. Without food, the hostel fees are around INR 3000. PGs and other options are available to very large extent ranging from INR 5 k to 15 K. Food in college are fine. It's healthy and fresh. Average price would be 50. Great quality. 2 floors of the library. Huge cafeteria. Superb infrastructure where you won't feel the crowd on the campus
8 30 - 3.30 with a lunch break of 1 hour and some 5 mins break between hours. We have 3 internal assessment where 2 are assignments and one is an exam. Quality is nice and it's more a self-study pattern. Typical university style! Overall experience is great as you have lot and lot of opportunities in every area!
INR 66000. Depends on the performance basically based on Christian quota to the extent I know!
I haven't done anything yet but will do one soon! No idea but we have great placement opportunities. INR 2.5 lakhs! Alumni network is good as they turn up for some of the functions.
Minimum of 70% marks in class 12 exams. Christ University has entrance test, interview. College entrance test. Not specific as it depends on your performance in the test and interview and the content knowledge!
There inside campus very good clubs, football ground and different associations like visiting village area by CSA.
College Infrastructure was very good and enjoyable.