Read the following points carefully to know more about Christ Admission The applicant can submit the form for the selected course either directly in the university office or online through the university website.
Directly- candidates can get the application form post remitting the set application processing fee at the admission office of the university. Upon receiving the application, the applicant needs to fill the same online via using this link http://offlineapp.christuniversity.in/. In fact the form will remain invalid if not filled as well as submitted online.
Online- the candidate can fill the application and submit it online via the university website. You can process the online application via the payment gateway through a valid Net banking facility, debit card or credit card. The Foreign Nationals, PIO, OCI and NRI can pay through the demand draft in favor of the university payable at Bangalore.
The candidate should print and also sign the application prior to submitting it to the university office for further consideration. He/she is advised in taking a copy of the form, especially for further reference as well as producing the same during the selection process. The candidate must submit/send the form and the essential supporting documents through an envelope of A4 size and mention the program type enrolled for together with the mobile number. If the candidate meets every specified eligibility criteria, then he/she will be called for a GD (Group Discussion) and MP (Micro Presentation). When the candidate cracks the round of GD/MP they will be informed to sit for the WA (Written Assessment), VA (Verbal Assessment) and PI (Personal Interview) after clearing which he/she will be called upon for the final counseling. When it comes to Christ College Bangalore Admission this is basically a 3 pronged process including filling up the form, entrance test, skill assessment, MP and PI. The entrance exam paper will have 120 objective style questions along with multiple options to pick from as an answer on the mentioned topic and from the following domains-Analysis and Interpretation, General Knowledge and English language. Each question will have 1 mark while in case of wrong answers there will be a negative marking. In fact 0.25 marks are deducted for every wrong answer.