Admission FAQs

Here, you would be able to find the Frequently Asked Admission Queries

Where will I find all the relevant information pertaining to admissions?

2021 Admission details such as programmes offered, application guidelines, admission process, eligibility, selection process, fee structure, important dates, application forms, syllabus, etc. are available when on the programme of your choice or under the Admissions link on www.christuniversity.in or www.christuniversity.in/admissions

When the applicant clicks on the programme he/she is interested in, the overview of the programme will appear and all other relevant information will be available on the status bar above.


Why do I need a unique ID?

The ID will enable the applicant to apply for more than one programme if necessary. And also easier access to communicate and receive updates regarding the application/selection/admission process.

Can I apply for more than one programme in the same application?

An applicant can apply for as many programmes using the same ID as long as the prescribed eligibility criteria are fulfilled.

It is not possible to apply for more than one programme in the same application form. However, for certain programmes, while filling the application 2nd and 3rd preference option will be available. The candidate may enter the preferences from the options available in the dropdown. The candidate cannot manually enter her/his preferences on the application printout.

I am writing the Boards this summer, but the application states that I must enter class XII results. How can I apply?

The application states that you may enter class XI marks which is conducted by your school/college and use your school roll number for ‘previous exam registration number’.

My University/Board provides only grades/CGPA

All grades/CGPA must be converted into an equivalent score out of 100 without the use of decimals. The CBSE grade point has to be converted into percentage by using the approved CBSE grade conversion formula.


I paid the money for the application process but my status is showing as incomplete/removed

After payment, if you do not receive the 9 digit application number, then your application process is incomplete and payment will go in for refund process. The refund will take about 15 days and must be checked with your bank.

You can use the same ID to start a fresh application as incomplete applications can be saved in draft mode for 24 hours after which the status will show as ‘incomplete application is removed’.

When is the last date to apply for a programme?

The last date will be as per what is provided specifically for a programme under the important dates section. If there is no important dates section, the candidate will choose the date from the available options while filling the application.

How do I know what is the eligibility criteria for my programme?

Each programme will have its own eligibility criteria and will be available above the home page of the department when the applicant clicks on the programme of her/his choice.

How do I know when my selection process is scheduled?

All selection process will be scheduled according to the Important Dates section published on the University website. For all programmes that do not have an entrance test, the candidate will opt for the date from the list of offered dates while filling the application.

When will the results of the selection process be declared?

If the important date section for the programme does not state when the results will be declared for a session, then the same will be declared within 48 hours of completion of the process and the offer of admission will be valid for a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 7 working days.

When do I have to pay the non-refundable admission registration fee of Rs. 5000?

The admission registration fee is to be paid along with the programme fee for the first year only if selected and processing admission.

How much do I have to pay at the time of processing admission?

Fees for the first year along with admission registration fee must be paid in full while processing admission.

I want to pay my fees through a Bank Loan

Loan letter is issued on request only when the student presents the first year fee paid receipt to the office. The applying and processing of the loan is the student's responsibility. When the loan is sanctioned and if it is sanctioned in the name of the institution the student will have to submit the cheque/DD to the Office of Accounts who will reimburse the amount in the student’s name.

Fee waivers and scholarships

Fee concessions are provided to economically weak students after gauging their performance through the semester.

Scholarships must be applied for as and when they are announced after the commencement of classes. This is applicable for all type of scholarships.

Mode of 2021 selection process

The 2021 selection process will be held online via video-conferencing.

Selection for more than one programme and admission process.

A student cannot be admitted to 2 programmes at the same time. If s/he has been selected for more than one programme for which the offer period Is the same, s/he will have to choose the programme to be admitted to.

If s/he has already been admitted to one programme and is subsequently selected for another programme and wants to process the second admission, s/he must cancel the first one and then process the other.

Refund in such cases will be subject to a processing fee and the student can thereafter claim a refund for the first admission.

Cancellation and refund of admission fees.

All admission and cancellation are according to the cancellation policy published on the University website.

Choice of campus/programme

All applicants apply for each programme offered separately thereby choosing the campus (through the programme) they apply for.

In some cases, applicants may be offered their 2nd and 3rd preference which may be other campuses according to availability. The decision to accept the offer rests with the applicant, but this cannot be changed.

It is also not possible to change the programme/campus after admission and commencement of classes.

Number of admission processes.

There are usually 2/3 selection processes for a programme to enable the applicant to opt for the most convenient date.

An applicant may apply for the next selection process if s/he was not selected/absent in the first process. The same application cannot be used to participate in another selection process because s/he was not selected/absent in the first process

Cut-offs

Selection for any programme is not based on cut-offs of class XII. All applicants have to apply and clear the prescribed selection process as is published for the programme on the University website.

Communication channels:

All applicants have the option to make queries through the support option available in their applicant login.

In addition, they may mail the following IDs:

For queries in the Bangalore campuses:

admissions@christuniversity.in (for queries pertaining to Central campus)

admissions.bgr@christuniversity.in (for queries pertaining to BGR campus)

admissions.kengeri@christuniversity.in (for queries pertaining to Kengeri campus)

admission.engg@christuniversity.in (for queries pertaining to Engineering programmes/Kengeri campus)

nri.admission@christuniversity.in (for NRI applicants only)

isc.admission@christuniversity.in (for international/OCI applicants only)

For queries in the NCR campus:

admission.ncr@christuniversity.in

For queries in the Lavasa campus:

admission.lavasa@christuniversity.in