Christ University is secular in its outlook and welcomes students from all castes, religions, creed and languages to be a part of the Christite family. Christ University, formerly Christ College, was an Autonomous institution since 2005. Christ College was reaccredited with an A+ by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) for quality education in 2005. It has also been recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC) as an institution with "Potential for Excellence".
Christ University, a premier educational institution, is an academic fraternity of individuals dedicated to the motto of 'EXCELLENCE AND SERVICE'.
We strive to reach out to the star of perfection through an earnest academic pursuit for excellence and our efforts blossom into 'service' through our creative and empathetic involvement in the society to transform it.
Education prepares one to face the challenges of life by bringing out the best in him/her. If this is well accepted, education should be relevant to the needs of the time and address the problems of the day. Being inspired by Blessed Kuriakose Elias Chavara, the founder of Camelites of Mary Immaculate and the pioneer in innovative education, Christ University was proactive to define and redefine its mission and strategies reading the signs of the time.
"Christ University is a nurturing ground for an individual's holistic development to make effective contribution to the society in a dynamic environment."
Christ University is rooted in Gospel values, and is committed to provide Holistic education through the development of intellectual competence, personal skills, inter-personal skills and societal skills. The University welcomes to its fold students from all over the country in an environment of religious harmony and secularism.
|2.||Business Studies and Social Science|
|3.||Commerce and Management|
|4.||Faculty of Engineering|
|5.||Humanities and Social Science|
|6.||Institute of Management|
|7.||School of Law|
|11.||Doctoral Programmes -PhD|
|12.||Post Doctoral Fellowship|