Delhi NCR CAMPUS
Christ Delhi NCR was established in 2013, blossomed out of the educational vision of the congregation of Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI). Christ Delhi NCR is committed in providing holistic education through the development of intellectual competence, personal skills, inter-personal skills and societal skills of its students. It also encourages a philosophy of sincerity and up-gradation, where Excellence and Service is our motto. Christ Delhi NCR campus is located at Ghaziabad, which is one of the fastest growing industrial hub. It is 20 km away from India Gate, Central Delhi, 45 km away from Indira Gandhi International Airport, 1.6 km walkable distance from nearest Metro station (Hindon River Metro Station), 5 km away from Hindon Airport, 50 km away from Faridabad & Gurgaon. Ghaziabad boost longest elevated highway which lands 2km away from Hindon River Metro Station.
Saint Kuriakose Elias Chavara, founder of the order of Carmelites of Mary Immaculate, has been honored with Sainthood recently by Pope Francis at the Vatican. He was born in a family of modest means at kainakari village in kuttanad in Alappuzha district on February 10, 1805. He entered into the seminary for training as a priest at a very young age. After his ordination in 1829, he took the initiative to form the CMI in 1831.
Library and Information Centre, in collaboration with the School of Commerce conducted the fourth Book Talk programme on the books Improving Access to Finance for India’s Rural Poor by Priya Basu and Value Judgement: Improving Our Ethical Beliefs by James Thomas Griffin on 09 November from 1.30pm to 2.30pm on Cisco WebEx platform
The School of Business and Management is delighted to experience an enthusiastic response to the event MARKETING WITS 2020, organized on 12-13 August 2020.
First Edition of Eminent Guest Lecture Series organised by Department of Psychology, CHRIST( DEEMED TO BE UNIVERSITY ) DELHI-NCR, . The broader focus of the session is on "Management and Social Sciences in the context of Digital Era".