School of Law, Christ University (SLCU), Bangalore

1. Introduction

School of Law, Christ University (SLCU), Bangalore, is a part of Christ University, Bangalore, which was founded and is administered by Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI). CMI, the first indigenous Catholic religious congregation of India with a membership of 3000, renders its service to humanity in educational, social, healthcare and other activities.

Christ University, a premier educational institution, is an academic fraternity of individuals dedicated to the motto of excellence and service and has a proven history of success in the field of education. Though it is a minority institution, Christ University maintains a secular in outlook towards education. Students of all castes, religions, creeds and languages are encouraged to be a part of this temple of learning. In a dynamic environment of 10,000 students and 350 faculty members, the University strives to achieve holistic development through healthy interaction and creative growth process.

Christ University was formerly Christ College (Autonomous) affiliated to Bangalore University. Established in July 1969, Christ College became the most preferred educational institution in the city of Bangalore within the first three decades. From 1990s it’s scaled from heights to heights. Buy the introduction of innovative and modern curricula, insistence on academic discipline, imparting of Holistic Education and with the help of the creative and dedicated staff, Christ College has been continually rated among the top 10 educational institutions of the country. It has the rare distinction to be the first institution in Karnataka to be accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) UGC for quality education. On 7 October 2004, UGC has conferred Autonomy to Christ College.

In 2005, it became the first College in South India to be reaccredited with A+ by NAAC. UGC has identified it as an Institution with Potential for Excellence in June 2006. In 2008, under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956, Ministry of Human Resources Development of the Union Government of India has declared it a Deemed to be University, in the name and style of Christ University.

Located in a beautiful expansive campus of Christ University, Bangalore, SLCU is an institute imparting world class legal education not only to students from various parts of the country but also from the Middle, Mauritius and Africa. SLCU boasts of unmatched infrastructure comprising of well-equipped audio-visual classrooms, resourceful libraries with the latest legal publications and journals, information center with full time Internet connectivity, conference hall, auditorium and above all, a conducive environment to study and explore numerous possibilities in life.

 

2. Undergraduate Programmes

School of Law, Christ University offers five-year integrated law programs, the successful completion of which will earn the student a BA LLB (Honours) or BBA LLB (Honours) degree to be awarded by  Christ University. It also plans to offer LLM and PhD programs from 2010.

In addition to the mandatory courses over the ten semester program, the school has introduced for the benefit of its students numerous other value-added courses and programs aimed at putting the student on par with standard of legal education imparted at the best international universities. In this School of law, knowledge of law is imparted, by a teaching- learning process; teaching is supplemented by a variety of skills, such as skills in advocacy, legal writing, research, management of time. The courses are specifically designed keeping in mind the latest development in the field of law. The course is oriented towards the industry and is aided by an advisory board comprised of some of the leading lights in the legal fraternity.

Special emphasis on ethics, life skills and holistic education will empower the students to achieve integrity and look forward to effective contribution to the society.

3. Admission

Eligibility: A pass in Class 12 (10+2)/ PUC or equivalent with a minimum of 45% marks at the final examination is the minimum eligibility for appearing for SLCU Law Entrance Examination. The candidates should also be below the age of 20 years as on July 01, 2010.

Candidates must note that if selected, admission is provisional and subject to University rules - Any documents that are pending to be submitted to Office of Admissions, Christ University, should be submitted on or before July 15, 2010. Failing to submit the pending documents will be treated as unsuccessful in the qualifying exam and admission will be terminated from Christ University.

Selection Process

Process Particulars Date Venue/Centre
Entrance Test Christ University Entrance Test As per the E- Admit Card Various Centre’s in India and as per the E- Admit Card
Micro Presentation and Personal interview Micro Presentation for 90 sec/ student during the Personal Interview and Personal interview for 15 minutes for each candidate by an expert panel As per the E- Admit Card Various Centre’s in India and as per the E- Admit Card
Academic Performance Assessment of past performance in Class 10, Class 11/12, during the Personal Interview As per the E- Admit Card Various Centre’s in India and as per the E- Admit Card

1. Candidates must report for the above selection process at the allotted time as stipulated in the E-Admit Card.
2. Those candidates not reaching the venue at the allotted time will not be permitted to take part in the selection process.
3. The candidates are requested to start early to avoid traffic congestions.
4. Selection Process results will be intimated on April 29,2010 via the University website by10 AM.
5. All candidates will have to prepare for a Micro Presentation (Extempore) as part of the Selection Process during the Personal Interview.
6. Request for change in Selection Process dates will not be entertained.
7. Candidates have to access their E-Admit Card from the link "Current Status of Online Application" from our website and print the same.

Application Process: Applications are available in the online format on our website www.christuniversity.in from February 15, 2010 onwards.

All candidates must follow the following steps to process and apply the online application form:

To fill in the application form, you must have:

    I. A copy of the remitted SBI Application Fee Challan of Rs 1000/- (Non- refundable) from any Core Banking Branch of State Bank of India
    II. A valid email ID for further communication
    III. Copy of statement of marks and certificates of Class 10, Class 11 or 12 ( if Available )
    IV. Scanned copy of photo, mark statement mentioned above in point III (Whichever available)

1. Applications are available in the Online format only on our website. To access application forms log into the programmes link of our website and click on the programme of your choice.

2. Click on the online application link available on the right hand side of the same page.

3. Enter the Program Type, Program and First Preference of the Course and click “Continue" to access the Application Fee Guideline page.

4. If the application fee is not remitted, print the application fee challan from the link given on this page. If the application fee is remitted, click "Yes" and "Accept".

5. Enter the, SBI Application Fee Challan Reference Number, Journal Number and Date of Transaction with Branch Code and other details on page one of the online Application Form. Once the above information is entered you will be led to the next page. Fill-in correct information in all the required fields in the pre-requisite page and click next.

6. Fill-in all applicable fields in the Online Application Form after which Click "Submit"

7. On clicking 'Submit', a viewable and editable page will appear on screen. Incase you need to make any corrections; you may edit the data and then click “Confirm Submission”.

8. After submitting, You will receive the Application Number and your date of birth with the option to print your application form.

9. Kindly print and sign the application after filling in further details on the printed application form. Candidates need to send the following supporting documents in an A4 size Envelope:

    I. One Copy of the SBI Application Fee paid Challan.
    II. 2 passport size (3.5 cm width. x 4.5 cm length ) and 2 Stamp Size photographs. (Write your name and application number behind the photographs)
    III. The filled-in printed application form duly signed by the parent/guardian and the candidate
    IV. Copy of Statement of marks of Class 10, Class 11 or Class 12 (Available)
    V. Copy of Transfer Certificates from last qualified Institution (If available)
    VI. Copy of Migration Certificates for candidates from outside of Karnataka (If available)
    VII. Copy Passport and Visa Page (If available) if from Outside India
10. Office of Admissions will update E- Admit card for the Selection Process only after receiving the printed application form with supporting documents.

The application and supporting documents should reach the Office of Admissions within 7 days.

Candidates must mark ‘LLB Admissions 2010 - <Application Number>’ on the top left hand corner of the A4 size envelope for faster processing of application form.

Note: Applications with supporting documents specified must be submitted in A4 size envelope only.

Important Dates for LLB Admissions 2010

Date Time Particulars/Events Venue/website
February 15, 2010 00:00 Hrs Application available online www.christuniversity.in
April 17, 2010 8:00 pm Last day of submitting the application online www.christuniversity.in
April 20, 2010 4:00 pm Last date for receiving Supporting Documents Christ University Bangalore
April 25, 2010 As per your Entrance test E-Admit card Entrance test mandatory for BA.,LLB & BBA.,LLB Various Centres in India(Bangalore, Delhi, Kolkatta)
April 25 -27, 2010 Will be intimated at the entrance test venue Personal Presentation & Personal Interview www.christuniversity.in
April 29, 2010 10 AM Publishing of Final selection list www.christuniversity.in

Fee Structure for BA.,LLB (Honours)

Student Category I Year II Year III Year IV Year V Year
Karnataka 95000 INR 95000 INR 95000 INR 120000 INR 120000 INR
Other Indian States 104000 INR 95000 INR 95000 INR 120000 INR 120000 INR
NRI 170000 INR 95000 INR 95000 INR 195000 INR 195000 INR
SAARC/AFRICA 4800 USD 4800 USD 4800 USD 5300 USD 5300 USD
Other Foreign Nationals 6900 USD 6900 USD 6900 USD 7400 USD 7400 USD

Fee Structure for BBA.,LLB (Honours)

Student Category I Year II Year III Year IV Year V Year
Karnataka 140000 INR 140000 INR 140000 INR 170000 INR 170000 INR
Other Indian States 155000 INR 140000 INR 170000 INR 170000 INR 170000 INR
NRI 215000 INR 215000 INR 215000 INR 240000 INR 240000 INR
SAARC/AFRICA 5400 USD 5400 USD 5400 USD 6000 USD 6000 USD
Other Foreign Nationals 7800 USD 7800 USD 7800 USD 8300 USD 8300 USD

Note : The date of Selection Process will be assigned and updated on the University website after processing the application. The candidate must login by entering his application number and Date of Birth on "Current Status of Online Application" given in our home page or in the preferred program page.

The candidate will have to appear for the Selection Process at the allotted date and time mentioned on the E- Admit card with the following original documents:

    1. The Selection Process E-Admit Card
    2. A valid Photo ID (Driving License/Passport/Electoral ID)
    3. 2 passport size and 2 Stamp Size photographs. Write your name and application number behind the photographs (No Photocopy required)
    4. Statement of marks of Class 10, Class11/Class 12 (Whichever available)
    5. Passport and Visa Page if from Outside India.6. Transfer Certificates and Migration Certificates for candidates from outside Karnataka (If available)
    7. One Copy of the SBI Application Fee Challan.
    8. Copy of the filled-in printed application form duly signed by the parent/guardian and the candidate

Selected candidates must process their admission within the stipulated date and time given in the e-admission card, by paying the Fee and submitting the above original documents.
The selected candidates must remit the annual fee at the South Indian Bank, Christ University main Campus Branch, on collecting the fee challan from the Office of Admissions, Ground Floor, Main Block, Christ University Main Campus. Else, the offer of admission will stand cancelled.
It is to be noted that though the fee is fixed for four years, there may be a periodic nominal increase to meet the rise in costs.

The date of commencement of the academic Year 2010 - 2011 will be intimated during the admission process.

Guideline for the Current Status of Online Application:
You may effectively track your Application form, E-Admit Card and view the current status of your Online Application by following the steps given below:

1. Click the Following link: http://appstat.christuniversity.in
2. Enter Application Number
3. Enter your Date of birth (dd/mm/yyyy) as specified while applying
4. Click "Submit"

Warning

1. The Management/University does not collect any type of capitation/donation.
2. Incomplete or incorrect application will be automatically rejected without any claim.
3. Kindly do not send any original marks cards
4. The Online application form will be processed only on receipt of copy of SBI Application Fee paid challan copy and all supporting documents by the Office of Admissions.
5. Be aware that ignorance of the guidelines is not an excuse
6. The institution will not be held responsible for any postal delay and such applications reaching after the stipulated date /time will not be processed.

4. Course Structure

General outline:

The School of Law follows a semester system having 2 semesters in a year. The Students will complete 53 subjects which include 20 compulsory law subjects and 8 Honours subjects. These courses normally comprise of 24-30 lecture hours spread over a week for 20 weeks per subject. The students are engaged in the remaining hours, i.e. 12-18, in learning of different skills that are essential for the profession.

All the papers normally carry 4 credits, which means four class hours of one hour duration each and one hour moot court/project work/tutorial per week; the 20 compulsory law subjects and the honors papers on the other hand would carry 5 credits each.

The non-law papers consist of one major subject with 6 papers in the discipline of Political Science, and two minor subjects, 3 of history and 3 of sociology with one paper of English language/communicative English.

The compulsory Law papers include 4 long papers with 5 plus 5 plus credits in Constitutional Law, Labour Law, Family Law and Law of Contract; and 8 honors papers with 5 credits each for the purpose of specialization. The remaining papers such as the optional courses, clinical subjects, carry 4 credits each.

All the papers and course outline have been prepared to incorporate the Bar Council of India Rules of Legal Education 2008, and a few more papers have been added with a view to impart the four type of skills mentioned above.

(i) BA LLB

The main objective of this course is to provide in-depth knowledge in professional law courses with the four types of skills mentioned above. Since, rule of law is the cornerstone of the constitutional governance these courses of study would also focus on the public policy, both of the Central Government and the State Governments out of which flows the specific laws.

The non-law major subject with 6 papers, introduced here is therefore in the discipline of Political Science, one minor subject with three papers in Economics, and another minor subject with 3 papers is English Language. Since one of the minor subjects chosen is English language, teaching of another paper on English Language as compulsory subject is not introduced in this School of Law.

 

Major Non-Law Papers:

Political Science I: Political Theory

Political Science II Indian Government and Politics

Political Science III: International Relations

Political Science IV India and the World

Political Science V Public Administration

Political Science VI Indian Administration

 

Two Minor Non-Law Papers:

Economics I Principles of Micro Economics

Economics II Introduction to Macroeconomics

Economics III Principles of Law and Economics

English Language I Communicative English I

English Language II Public Speaking

English Language III Communicative English II: Legal Language

The compulsory Law papers include 4 long papers namely, Constitutional Law, Labour Law, Family Law and Law of Contract; and 8 honors papers for the purpose of specialization, clinical subjects, and optional groups will be announced later on.

Course structure – BA LLB

SEMESTER – I

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

131

Indian Government and Politics

141

Written and Communicative English

142

Principles of Economics

151

Contract I

152

Indian Legal and Constitutional History

153

Law of Torts

SEMESTER – II

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

231

Political Theory

241

Public Speaking

242

Indian Economy

251

Contract - II

252

Jurisprudence – I Legal Methods

253

Family Law – I

SEMESTER – III

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

331

International Relations

341

Legal Language and Legal Writing

342

Principles of Law and Economics

351

Penal Law I - Indian Penal Code

352

Constitutional Law - I

353

Family Law - II

SEMESTER – IV

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

431

India and the World

432

Public Administration

451

Constitutional Law – II

452

Penal Law II Criminal Procedure Code

453

Jurisprudence – II

454

Law and Society

SEMESTER – V

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

531

Indian Administration

551

Environmental Law

552

Administrative Law

553

Public International Law

554

Intellectual Property Rights Law

555

Labour Law – I

SEMESTER – VI

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

651

Civil Procedure Code

652

Criminal Law

653

Company Law

654

Law of Evidence

655

Labour Law – II

656

Private International Law

SEMESTER – VII

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

751

Principles of Taxation Law

752

Property Law

781

Optional Paper – I

782

Clinical Paper – II

761

Optional Paper – II

771

Clinical Paper – II

SEMESTER – VIII

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

881

Honours Paper – I

882

Honours Paper – II

861

Optional Paper – III

862

Optional Paper – IV

871

Clinical Paper – III

872

Clinical Paper – IV

SEMESTER – IX

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

981

Honours Paper – III

982

Honours Paper – IV

961

Optional Paper – V

962

Optional Paper – VI

991

Internship

SEMESTER – X

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

081

Honours Paper – V

082

Honours Paper – VI

083

Optional Paper – VII

084

Optional Paper – VIII

091

Dissertation

 

(ii) BBA LLB

The main objective of this course is to provide primarily in-depth knowledge in professional law courses with the four types of skills mentioned above. The course also focus to provide an integrated understanding of law in a environment of Financial Management, Business Administration, other managerial skills to cope the students with skills that are necessary to manage business in a fast evolving global environment emerging market so that they may develop a competitive edge while pursuing their career.

The non-law major subject with 6 papers, introduced here is therefore in the discipline of Business Administration, one minor subject with three papers in Economics, and another minor subject with 3 papers is English Language. Since one of the minor subjects chosen is English language, teaching of another paper on English Language as compulsory subject is not introduced in this School of Law.

 

Major Non-Law Papers:

Business Administration I Principles of Business Enterprise

Business Administration II Principles of Marketing and Trade

Business Administration III Human Resource Management

Business Administration IV Principles of Finance Management

Business Administration V Principles of Accounting

Business Administration VI International Banking and Finance

 

Two Minor Non-Law Papers:

Economics I Principles of Micro Economics

Economics II Introduction to Macroeconomics

Economics III Principles of Law and Economics

English Language I Communicative English I

English Language II Public Speaking

English Language III Communicative English II: Legal Language

 

The compulsory Law papers will be same as that of B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) and 8 honors papers for the purpose of specialization, clinical subjects, and optional groups will be announced later on.

All the papers and course outline have been prepared to incorporate the Bar Council of India Rules of Legal Education 2008, and a few more papers have been added with a view to impart the four type of skills mentioned above.

Course Structure – BBA LLB

SEMESTER – I

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

131

Principles of Business Environment

132

Principles of Accounting

142

Managerial Economics

151

Contract I

152

Indian Legal and Constitutional History

153

Law of Torts

SEMESTER – II

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

231

Financial Management

241

Marketing Management

242

Business Communication

251

Contract - II

252

Jurisprudence – I Legal Methods

253

Family Law – I

SEMESTER – III

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

331

Human Resource Management

332

Organizational Behaviour

342

Managerial Economics

351

Penal Law I - Indian Penal Code

352

Constitutional Law - I

353

Family Law - II

SEMESTER – IV

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

441

Marketing Research

442

Strategic Marketing

443

Law and Economics

452

Penal Law II Criminal Procedure Code

453

Jurisprudence – II

454

Constitutional Law – II

SEMESTER – V

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

531

Business Ethics

551

Environmental Law

552

Administrative Law

553

Public International Law

554

Intellectual Property Rights Law

555

Labour Law – I

SEMESTER – VI

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

651

Civil Procedure Code

652

Criminal Law

653

Company Law

654

Law of Evidence

655

Labour Law – II

656

Private International Law

SEMESTER – VII

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

751

Principles of Taxation Law

752

Property Law

781

Optional Paper – I

782

Clinical Paper – II

761

Optional Paper – II

771

Clinical Paper – II

SEMESTER – VIII

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

881

Honours Paper – I

882

Honours Paper – II

861

Optional Paper – III

862

Optional Paper – IV

871

Clinical Paper – III

872

Clinical Paper – IV

SEMESTER – IX

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

981

Honours Paper – III

982

Honours Paper – IV

961

Optional Paper – V

962

Optional Paper – VI

991

Internship

SEMESTER – X

Paper Code

Title of The Paper

081

Honours Paper – V

082

Honours Paper – VI

083

Honours Paper – VII

084

Honours Paper – VIII

091

Dissertation

HONOURS AND OPTIONAL PAPERS

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Business Law Group
  • Child and Law
  • Constitutional Governance
  • Crime & Criminology
  • Financial System
  • Forensic Science
  • Forest and Environment
  • Human Right Law
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • International Law
  • International Trade Law
  • Law and Agriculture
  • Law and Technology
  • Law and Tribals
  • Law of Mines and Industries
  • Laws of International Governance
  • Media and Law
  • Medicine and Law
  • International Environmental Law
  • Biotechnology and Law
  • Welfare and Governance
  • Women and Law
  • WTO Studies
  • Global Market Law

5. Faculty

The current faculty is comprised of teachers from some of the best universities and law schools and having years of experience in teaching and practicing law. The School of Law also has an advisory board consisting of eminent personalities in the legal fraternity to advice and fine-tune the curriculum to the needs of the industry and the profession. The institute will be inviting eminent persons, Judges, Advocates, consultants and others from various disciplines to address the students.

All the courses will be complimented with sufficient number of guest lectures on recent developments. Class moots for law subjects enrich the students in those particular areas. Christ University’s reputation as a provider of quality education itself attracts faculty from all over India and outside of India.

 

6. Extra curricular and Co-curricular activities

Students of School of Law have made their presence felt at national and international moot court and client counseling competitions. The current faculty has experience both in terms of participating in National and International Moot Court Competitions and training students to compete at these events and also judging international moot court competitions. We have successfully organized the national round of ‘The Commonwealth Moot Court Competition, 2009’ and teams from 22 institutions participated. We have hosted training programs, national disarmament seminar and national nuclear disarmament workshop.

 

 

7. Associations and Fest

School of Law, Christ University has a number of associations that cater to the varied interests of the student community. Apart from Moot Courts and Client Counseling events, we have associations for literary, debate, cultural, sports, legal literacy, journal and dramatics to promote students’ potentials. The college expects that these events will motivate those students intending to pursue careers that are considered unconventional and challenging.

Apart from the Law fest, various departments at Christ University conduct their own collegiate and inter-collegiate fest. School of Law is conceptualizing more inter-collegiate law fest and students are expected to contribute in this regard.

 

 

8. Sports and Games

Sports and games facilities are provided on campus in order to attain physical growth and nurture sportsman spirit among students. The University has separate courts for most major games like basketball, football, volleyball and hockey. Intra-University and inter-college matches and sports day give the students ample opportunity to develop their talents and skills.

 

 

9. Infrastructure

Campus

The Bangalore Urban Art Commission has selected the college for the Best Campus Award for four consecutive years, 1996 through 2000. Well-maintained gardens and buildings, air-conditioned Seminar Halls, Panel Room, Conference Hall, Assembly Hall, Terrace Garden, Auditorium, Health Club, Kiosk and all the requirements of an institute of higher learning are the unique features of our college.

Library

The students of School of Law has access to three different library facilities namely the General Library; the specialized Law Library and the online library

The General Library comprises of 1,00,000 books and subscribes to 240 journals. The Library also has a good collection of audio and videotapes for use of faculty and students.

The School of Law Library has a collection of 12000 books on various legal subjects. The Library also has 5000 volumes of various reports. The All India Reporter, SCC, Criminal Law Journal,  Labour Law Journal, Madras Law Journal, American Law Reports, The Law Reports, All England Law Reports etc etc. to name a few.

Online databases - Manupatra, Westlaw, Heinonline, EBSCO, JSTOR, SCC online, ICFAI and a monthly online commentary on Indian Economy through the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy, are made available to students and faculty throughout the campus using wireless internet service.

The library information is computerized with OPAC terminals at various points in the Library and is open from 8 a.m. to 9.00 p.m.

Computer Labs

All administrative works of the University are computerized. The five computer labs are equipped with the 350 latest Intel microprocessor-based computers. The lab has 130 Pentium IV based nodes and core2duo each with 512 MB RAM, 256 MB RAM, 2GB RAM,160 GB and 40 GB local hard disk, CRT and TFT colour monitors connected to four Windows 2000 Servers and five LINUX Servers. Laser Printers, Inkjet Printers, Digitiser, LP 735 Data Projector, Scanner, Dot Matrix Printers and other peripherals are connected to the network.

Internet Lab

To integrate Information System Technology into the present curriculum, the college is one of the first educational institutions to be able to boast of Internet connectivity through 6 MBPS and 2 MBPS by Reliance and Airtel Internet leased line connecting its students to the world and beyond. The faculty and the students are encouraged and allowed to surf the net free of cost. All the departments are connected through the Internet, making way for easier access to information.

Canteen, Kiosk, Ivy Hall

The University provides a healthy environment in the cafeteria and makes sure that quality food is served at reasonable price. The food court, kiosks and Ivy hall help the students refresh themselves with snacks.

Health Club

Christ University has recently opened a Multi Gym and Fitness Centre for both students and faculty. The well-stocked gym consists of Multi Gym, Manual Walker, Excercycle and Weights. The gym also has an instructor who is an aerobic and martial art expert

 

 

10. Recruitment

Christ University already has a proven track record for campus recruitment. Christites have been recruited on campus by companies like 3M, ABN Amro, Accenture, Dell Computers, Fedex US, Reliance Infocom, Citi Bank, Dubai, Citi Financials, Xerox Co, to name a few. School of Law will be using this existing relationship with corporates to ensure that all its students are recruited on campus. Christ College of Law is continuously expanding its network with professionals in the field and will be providing work opportunities and internships for graduating students.

It is to be noted that all recruitments are based on how impressive and relevant the resume/CV of a certain individual. At School of Law, a student will get every opportunity to build his/ resume to the expectations of any employer around the globe. However, the onus is on the student to use the opportunities to his advantage.

 

 

11. Hostel

Christ University presently offers hostel facilities for its students. Students do not find it difficult to find accommodation in the vicinity of the University. Hostels for girls and boys, managed by missionaries as well as private individuals, providing an atmosphere conducive for learning are plenty.

 

12. Contact

For queries regarding the institute and the programs conducted, contact:

Office of Admissions

Christ University
Hosur Road , Bangalore 560029
Tel: 080 4012 9112/ 9100
Fax: 080 4012 9000
E-mail: admission@christuniversity.in
Website: www.christuniversity.in