Programme Details

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

  • Delhi NCR Campus
  • Open From : 21-May-2024
  • Open Until : 16-Jun-2024


 

 

School of Business and Management

 

 

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

(Trimester Scheme)

 

Vision statement

Our vision is to be an institution of excellence developing leaders serving enterprises and society globally.

 

Mission statement

Our mission is to develop socially responsible business leaders with the spirit of inquiry through academic and industry engagement

 

Programme Outcomes

Program Educational Objective (PEOs):

  • Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage businesses
  • Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
  • Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

1.1

Identify sustainability issues from business perspective

L-3

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

1.2

Analyze business and stakeholders’ perspectives

L-4

1.3

Appraise appropriate options for sustainability

L-5

1.4

Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

2.1

Identify the context of the business problem

L-3

Functional Knowledge and Application

2.2

Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting

L-4

2.3

Evaluate the business environment

L-5

2.4

Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

L-5

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

3.1

Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives

L-2

 

 

Communication

3.2

Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration.

L-3

3.3

Organize flow of communication

L-4

3.4

Defend using appropriate language

L-5

3.5

Develop ideas and concepts to address issues.

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

4.1

Make use of data to address the business problem.

 

L-3

 

 

Critical Thinking

4.2

Examine empirical evidence to support analysis

L-4

4.3

Interpret results of the analysis

L-5

4..4

Appraise with business implications

L-5

4..5

Construct integrated solution framework.

L-6

 

PLO

 PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

5.1

Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective

L-3

 

 

Global Awareness

 

5.2

Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities

L-4

5.3

Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment  

L-5

 

POs (mapped to PLGs)

PO

Program outcomes

Key word

1

 Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems

Problem Solving

PLG2, PLG 4

2

 Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making

Analytical and critical thinking abilities  

PLG 2,    PLG 4 

3

 Ability to develop value-based leadership ability

Value based Leadership 

PLG 1

4

Ability to understand, analyze, communicate global, economic, legal and ethical aspects of business

Global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects  

 PLG 5

5

 Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment

Team environment

PLG 3

6

Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment

Innovations  

PLG 2

PLG 5

7

 Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains 

Research  

 PLG 2

PLG 5

8

Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

Lifelong learning  

PLG 1  

 

 

The crowning factor of any MBA program is placements. The robust placement cell at CHRIST Delhi NCR is not only involve in placing students but also involve in grooming and moulding a student to be corporate ready. Training programs are designed to sharpen basic business acumen and improve general knowledge eventually enhancing their employability. The organizations from different sectors namely IT, BFSI, Consulting, FMCG, Health care, Automobile, Real estate, Hospitality etc. visit the institute every year. Students are placed across industries, verticals and roles.

Prominent Recruiters

Academic Mentoring

"A mentor empowers a person to see a possible future, and believe it can be obtained" quoted by Shawn Hitchcock. CHRIST as an institution understand the concerns that a student may face more frequently, when one is away from his/her protective social environment. Mentors are responsible to identify the student's wants and needs, and to address them in a timely manner. Faculty mentors are assigned with a faculty-student ratio of 1:20. Mentors help the students to focus on and understand more clearly the issues that concern them. Mentoring sessions are conducted to give exposure to our students to various activities like extempore, debate, role playing, book review, industry analysis and even detailed deliberations on ongoing issues. Regular sessions are assigned on weekly basis which includes tackling personal, family and peer problems as well as managing academic related challenges more responsibly. Students are encouraged to discuss their career plans in order to develop strategic action plans which enables them more competitive and employable.

Mentoring helps them to deal more confidently with challenging intellectual work.

  • Offered through a mentor-mentee relationship over a significant time period to provide consistent support and guidance.
  • Help mentees gain the skills and confidence to be responsible for their own futures, including, and with an increasing emphasis on, academic and occupational skills.
  • Mentors are responsible for conveying and upholding the norms, values, and goals that are mutually agreed upon in the mentoring contract.
  • Helps student develop several aspects of character dimensions (Self-Directedness, Cooperativeness and Self-Transcendence) in order to develop them a holistic person.
  • This process guides the students in problem solving, decision making as well as developing positive insights.

INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE AT THE VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY (VCU), USA

From the Academic year 2022, the students admitted to the MBA program at NCR campus will have an opportunity to study the second year of MBA program at the VCU Business School, USA.

Upon successful completion of the 2nd year, students will receive an MBA degree from the CHRIST (Deemed to be University) and an MS degree from VCU, USA. In VCU, students will have an option to specialize in Finance, Marketing, Decision analytics, Information Systems and Sports Leadership.

Interested Student May Contact :
Delhi NCR Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University),
Mariam Nagar, Meerut Road,
Delhi NCR Ghaziabad - 201003
Ph. No: 1800-123-3212
Email : admission.ncr@christuniversity.in

Student Achievements

  1. Ishika Pradeep Ellath, a student of MBA Second Year published her research paper in prestigious Scopus Indexed Emerald journal ‘International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis’ in February, 2024.
  2. Charu Sharma, a student of MBA Second Year received Second Prize in Summer Internship Presentation Competition organized by Soil School of Business Design in July 2023.
  3. Mehak Malik, a student of MBA Second year presented a research paper in Global Leadership Research Conference, 2024 organised by Amity Business School.

 

The School of Business and Management offers MBA in FinTech, Business Analytics, Finance and Human Resource Management. The curriculum is so designed that it provides students with the best of opportunities and a launch pad for successful careers. Every student is treated as a budding manager and he is required to go through a wide spectrum of experiences which include Organization Structure Study, Outbound Training, Book Review Competition, Summer Internship, Weekly Presentation on Current Affairs, and Dissertation. It strives to promote all-round development of students by inculcating a spirit of inquiry, discipline and adventure through various academic and co-curricular activities. We not only train the students to become good professionals but also global citizens.

The two-year MBA programme is divided into six trimesters, with a summer internship training of 6 to 8 weeks after the third trimester. The students can choose specialization areas, to stand a higher chance of employability in the current scenario, where businesses thrive on a high end competition, demanding skillful workers to take up the challenge. This stems from a need for business leaders who are well-trained and proficient in multiple knowledge domains and skill sets to solve complex business problems at a broader level. Our MBA program aims to:

  • equip the students with a broad professional base
  • make the students more versatile and knowledgeable
  • provide better employment opportunities to the students 
  • enable the students to diversify across careers and provide a cushion during a likely career shift

 The department provides 100% placement assistance and being in the vicinity of the corporate hub of the national capital, offers the best of placement opportunities to the students. 

 

 

School of Business and Management

 

 

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

(Trimester Scheme)

 

Vision statement

Our vision is to be an institution of excellence developing leaders serving enterprises and society globally.

 

Mission statement

Our mission is to develop socially responsible business leaders with the spirit of inquiry through academic and industry engagement

 

Programme Outcomes

Program Educational Objective (PEOs):

  • Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage businesses
  • Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
  • Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

1.1

Identify sustainability issues from business perspective

L-3

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

1.2

Analyze business and stakeholders’ perspectives

L-4

1.3

Appraise appropriate options for sustainability

L-5

1.4

Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

2.1

Identify the context of the business problem

L-3

Functional Knowledge and Application

2.2

Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting

L-4

2.3

Evaluate the business environment

L-5

2.4

Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

L-5

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

3.1

Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives

L-2

 

 

Communication

3.2

Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration.

L-3

3.3

Organize flow of communication

L-4

3.4

Defend using appropriate language

L-5

3.5

Develop ideas and concepts to address issues.

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

4.1

Make use of data to address the business problem.

 

L-3

 

 

Critical Thinking

4.2

Examine empirical evidence to support analysis

L-4

4.3

Interpret results of the analysis

L-5

4..4

Appraise with business implications

L-5

4..5

Construct integrated solution framework.

L-6

 

PLO

 PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

5.1

Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective

L-3

 

 

Global Awareness

 

5.2

Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities

L-4

5.3

Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment  

L-5

 

POs (mapped to PLGs)

PO

Program outcomes

Key word

1

 Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems

Problem Solving

PLG2, PLG 4

2

 Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making

Analytical and critical thinking abilities  

PLG 2,    PLG 4 

3

 Ability to develop value-based leadership ability

Value based Leadership 

PLG 1

4

Ability to understand, analyze, communicate global, economic, legal and ethical aspects of business

Global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects  

 PLG 5

5

 Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment

Team environment

PLG 3

6

Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment

Innovations  

PLG 2

PLG 5

7

 Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains 

Research  

 PLG 2

PLG 5

8

Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

Lifelong learning  

PLG 1  

 

 

The crowning factor of any MBA program is placements. The robust placement cell at CHRIST Delhi NCR is not only involve in placing students but also involve in grooming and moulding a student to be corporate ready. Training programs are designed to sharpen basic business acumen and improve general knowledge eventually enhancing their employability. The organizations from different sectors namely IT, BFSI, Consulting, FMCG, Health care, Automobile, Real estate, Hospitality etc. visit the institute every year. Students are placed across industries, verticals and roles.

Prominent Recruiters

Academic Mentoring

"A mentor empowers a person to see a possible future, and believe it can be obtained" quoted by Shawn Hitchcock. CHRIST as an institution understand the concerns that a student may face more frequently, when one is away from his/her protective social environment. Mentors are responsible to identify the student's wants and needs, and to address them in a timely manner. Faculty mentors are assigned with a faculty-student ratio of 1:20. Mentors help the students to focus on and understand more clearly the issues that concern them. Mentoring sessions are conducted to give exposure to our students to various activities like extempore, debate, role playing, book review, industry analysis and even detailed deliberations on ongoing issues. Regular sessions are assigned on weekly basis which includes tackling personal, family and peer problems as well as managing academic related challenges more responsibly. Students are encouraged to discuss their career plans in order to develop strategic action plans which enables them more competitive and employable.

Mentoring helps them to deal more confidently with challenging intellectual work.

  • Offered through a mentor-mentee relationship over a significant time period to provide consistent support and guidance.
  • Help mentees gain the skills and confidence to be responsible for their own futures, including, and with an increasing emphasis on, academic and occupational skills.
  • Mentors are responsible for conveying and upholding the norms, values, and goals that are mutually agreed upon in the mentoring contract.
  • Helps student develop several aspects of character dimensions (Self-Directedness, Cooperativeness and Self-Transcendence) in order to develop them a holistic person.
  • This process guides the students in problem solving, decision making as well as developing positive insights.

INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE AT THE VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY (VCU), USA

From the Academic year 2022, the students admitted to the MBA program at NCR campus will have an opportunity to study the second year of MBA program at the VCU Business School, USA.

Upon successful completion of the 2nd year, students will receive an MBA degree from the CHRIST (Deemed to be University) and an MS degree from VCU, USA. In VCU, students will have an option to specialize in Finance, Marketing, Decision analytics, Information Systems and Sports Leadership.

Interested Student May Contact :
Delhi NCR Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University),
Mariam Nagar, Meerut Road,
Delhi NCR Ghaziabad - 201003
Ph. No: 1800-123-3212
Email : admission.ncr@christuniversity.in

Student Achievements

  1. Ishika Pradeep Ellath, a student of MBA Second Year published her research paper in prestigious Scopus Indexed Emerald journal ‘International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis’ in February, 2024.
  2. Charu Sharma, a student of MBA Second Year received Second Prize in Summer Internship Presentation Competition organized by Soil School of Business Design in July 2023.
  3. Mehak Malik, a student of MBA Second year presented a research paper in Global Leadership Research Conference, 2024 organised by Amity Business School.

 

Selection process results will be available on https://espro.christuniversity.in/Application/ according to the Important Dates section. Selected candidates will receive an E-Offer of admission that will be valid up to the date mentioned in the Offer of admission.  

All selected candidates must note that admission is provisional and subject to University rules.

Selected candidates must download the offer of admission on the ‘Application Status’ link on the University website.

To process admission

  • Candidates must choose the preferred date and time from available options to facilitate a smooth admission process.
  • Admission must be processed at the campus where the programme is offered as published in the offer of admission.
  • As per UGC guidelines, fee payment has to be made through online mode.
  • Payment options and details will be available in the Offer of admission.
  • Fees for the first year including Admission Registration fee must be paid in full as part of the admission process.

All original marks cards and one set of photocopies must be submitted for verification at the time of admission as mentioned below

  • Class 10 Marks Statement and Class 11/12 Marks Statement (Mandatory).
  • Transfer Certificate (TC) of Class 12 from the last qualified institution must be submitted by 15 July 2024 (Mandatory).
  • Migration Certificate of Class 12 (applicable for all candidates except Karnataka state board applicants) must be submitted by 15 July 2024 (Mandatory).
  • One Stamp size and one passport size photograph formal dress with a white background (Mandatory).
  • Two Copies of the Online Payment Receipt (Mandatory).
  • Copy of valid ID proof (Aadhar Card / Aadhar Enrolment Receipt / PAN Card / Voter ID Card).
  • Candidates falling under any of these categories (NRI / PIO / OCI / SAARC / AFRICA / ASEAN / OTHER FOREIGN NATIONALS) have to submit:
  1. Copy of Passport and Visa Details (Mandatory).
  2. PIO / OCI have to produce a copy of the PIO / OCI card whichever is applicable (Mandatory).
  3. Medical Fitness Certificate (MFC) from any recognized medical practitioner certified by the Medical Council of India and
  4. Resident Permit (RP) (If available while applying)

All mandatory documents must be submitted for verification during the admission process.

An undertaking for pending original documents unavailable currently [applicable only for candidates writing/passing their exam in March – June - 2024], must be submitted to the Office of Admissions. These documents must be submitted on or before 15 July 2024.

  • Failure to submit the pending documents will be treated as unsuccessful in the qualifying examination or considered “Not Eligible”, and admission will be terminated from CHRIST (Deemed to be University) without any claim.
  • All admitted students must open an account at South Indian Bank, CHRIST (Deemed to be University) Branch as part of the admission process and must carry relevant ID proof (Aadhar Card and Pan Card).
  • The University ID card is a smart card, which is both an ID cum ATM card with a chip containing the student personal details. All transactions within the University campus after the commencement of classes, including fee payment, will be processed only through this card. It is also an access card for Library and other restricted places.
  • Selected candidates who fall under International student category (ISC) should register with the Foreigner Regional Registration Officer (FRRO / FRO) of the Local Police in Ghaziabad, India within 14 working days from the date of admission or arriving in Ghaziabad.

The date of commencement of the academic Year 2024 will be intimated during the admission process.

Please Note:

  • The University does not collect any capitation/donation other than the fees mentioned on the website.
  • All those admitted to the programme will have to purchase a laptop at their own cost if required by the department.
  • Admitted students who wish to avail bank loan will be provided with a recommendation letter on request by presenting the original fee paid receipt to the Office of Admissions.
  • The decision of the admission committee is final and binding.

 

 

School of Business and Management

 

 

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

(Trimester Scheme)

 

Vision statement

Our vision is to be an institution of excellence developing leaders serving enterprises and society globally.

 

Mission statement

Our mission is to develop socially responsible business leaders with the spirit of inquiry through academic and industry engagement

 

Programme Outcomes

Program Educational Objective (PEOs):

  • Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage businesses
  • Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
  • Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

1.1

Identify sustainability issues from business perspective

L-3

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

1.2

Analyze business and stakeholders’ perspectives

L-4

1.3

Appraise appropriate options for sustainability

L-5

1.4

Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

2.1

Identify the context of the business problem

L-3

Functional Knowledge and Application

2.2

Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting

L-4

2.3

Evaluate the business environment

L-5

2.4

Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

L-5

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

3.1

Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives

L-2

 

 

Communication

3.2

Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration.

L-3

3.3

Organize flow of communication

L-4

3.4

Defend using appropriate language

L-5

3.5

Develop ideas and concepts to address issues.

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

4.1

Make use of data to address the business problem.

 

L-3

 

 

Critical Thinking

4.2

Examine empirical evidence to support analysis

L-4

4.3

Interpret results of the analysis

L-5

4..4

Appraise with business implications

L-5

4..5

Construct integrated solution framework.

L-6

 

PLO

 PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

5.1

Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective

L-3

 

 

Global Awareness

 

5.2

Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities

L-4

5.3

Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment  

L-5

 

POs (mapped to PLGs)

PO

Program outcomes

Key word

1

 Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems

Problem Solving

PLG2, PLG 4

2

 Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making

Analytical and critical thinking abilities  

PLG 2,    PLG 4 

3

 Ability to develop value-based leadership ability

Value based Leadership 

PLG 1

4

Ability to understand, analyze, communicate global, economic, legal and ethical aspects of business

Global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects  

 PLG 5

5

 Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment

Team environment

PLG 3

6

Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment

Innovations  

PLG 2

PLG 5

7

 Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains 

Research  

 PLG 2

PLG 5

8

Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

Lifelong learning  

PLG 1  

 

 

The crowning factor of any MBA program is placements. The robust placement cell at CHRIST Delhi NCR is not only involve in placing students but also involve in grooming and moulding a student to be corporate ready. Training programs are designed to sharpen basic business acumen and improve general knowledge eventually enhancing their employability. The organizations from different sectors namely IT, BFSI, Consulting, FMCG, Health care, Automobile, Real estate, Hospitality etc. visit the institute every year. Students are placed across industries, verticals and roles.

Prominent Recruiters

Academic Mentoring

"A mentor empowers a person to see a possible future, and believe it can be obtained" quoted by Shawn Hitchcock. CHRIST as an institution understand the concerns that a student may face more frequently, when one is away from his/her protective social environment. Mentors are responsible to identify the student's wants and needs, and to address them in a timely manner. Faculty mentors are assigned with a faculty-student ratio of 1:20. Mentors help the students to focus on and understand more clearly the issues that concern them. Mentoring sessions are conducted to give exposure to our students to various activities like extempore, debate, role playing, book review, industry analysis and even detailed deliberations on ongoing issues. Regular sessions are assigned on weekly basis which includes tackling personal, family and peer problems as well as managing academic related challenges more responsibly. Students are encouraged to discuss their career plans in order to develop strategic action plans which enables them more competitive and employable.

Mentoring helps them to deal more confidently with challenging intellectual work.

  • Offered through a mentor-mentee relationship over a significant time period to provide consistent support and guidance.
  • Help mentees gain the skills and confidence to be responsible for their own futures, including, and with an increasing emphasis on, academic and occupational skills.
  • Mentors are responsible for conveying and upholding the norms, values, and goals that are mutually agreed upon in the mentoring contract.
  • Helps student develop several aspects of character dimensions (Self-Directedness, Cooperativeness and Self-Transcendence) in order to develop them a holistic person.
  • This process guides the students in problem solving, decision making as well as developing positive insights.

INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE AT THE VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY (VCU), USA

From the Academic year 2022, the students admitted to the MBA program at NCR campus will have an opportunity to study the second year of MBA program at the VCU Business School, USA.

Upon successful completion of the 2nd year, students will receive an MBA degree from the CHRIST (Deemed to be University) and an MS degree from VCU, USA. In VCU, students will have an option to specialize in Finance, Marketing, Decision analytics, Information Systems and Sports Leadership.

Interested Student May Contact :
Delhi NCR Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University),
Mariam Nagar, Meerut Road,
Delhi NCR Ghaziabad - 201003
Ph. No: 1800-123-3212
Email : admission.ncr@christuniversity.in

Student Achievements

  1. Ishika Pradeep Ellath, a student of MBA Second Year published her research paper in prestigious Scopus Indexed Emerald journal ‘International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis’ in February, 2024.
  2. Charu Sharma, a student of MBA Second Year received Second Prize in Summer Internship Presentation Competition organized by Soil School of Business Design in July 2023.
  3. Mehak Malik, a student of MBA Second year presented a research paper in Global Leadership Research Conference, 2024 organised by Amity Business School.

 

For any queries at any given time during the application and admission process, you may contact us through the following Email ID:

CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Delhi NCR Campus

Mariam Nagar, Meerut Road,

Delhi NCR Ghaziabad - 201003

 

  1800-123-3212

  admission.ncr@christuniversity.in

 

Between: Monday to Friday: 09:00 AM to 04:00 PM, Saturday: 09:00 AM to 12:00 PM

(Office remains closed on Sundays, government holidays, and any special events)

 

 

School of Business and Management

 

 

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

(Trimester Scheme)

 

Vision statement

Our vision is to be an institution of excellence developing leaders serving enterprises and society globally.

 

Mission statement

Our mission is to develop socially responsible business leaders with the spirit of inquiry through academic and industry engagement

 

Programme Outcomes

Program Educational Objective (PEOs):

  • Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage businesses
  • Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
  • Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

1.1

Identify sustainability issues from business perspective

L-3

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

1.2

Analyze business and stakeholders’ perspectives

L-4

1.3

Appraise appropriate options for sustainability

L-5

1.4

Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

2.1

Identify the context of the business problem

L-3

Functional Knowledge and Application

2.2

Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting

L-4

2.3

Evaluate the business environment

L-5

2.4

Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

L-5

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

3.1

Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives

L-2

 

 

Communication

3.2

Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration.

L-3

3.3

Organize flow of communication

L-4

3.4

Defend using appropriate language

L-5

3.5

Develop ideas and concepts to address issues.

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

4.1

Make use of data to address the business problem.

 

L-3

 

 

Critical Thinking

4.2

Examine empirical evidence to support analysis

L-4

4.3

Interpret results of the analysis

L-5

4..4

Appraise with business implications

L-5

4..5

Construct integrated solution framework.

L-6

 

PLO

 PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

5.1

Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective

L-3

 

 

Global Awareness

 

5.2

Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities

L-4

5.3

Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment  

L-5

 

POs (mapped to PLGs)

PO

Program outcomes

Key word

1

 Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems

Problem Solving

PLG2, PLG 4

2

 Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making

Analytical and critical thinking abilities  

PLG 2,    PLG 4 

3

 Ability to develop value-based leadership ability

Value based Leadership 

PLG 1

4

Ability to understand, analyze, communicate global, economic, legal and ethical aspects of business

Global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects  

 PLG 5

5

 Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment

Team environment

PLG 3

6

Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment

Innovations  

PLG 2

PLG 5

7

 Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains 

Research  

 PLG 2

PLG 5

8

Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

Lifelong learning  

PLG 1  

 

 

The crowning factor of any MBA program is placements. The robust placement cell at CHRIST Delhi NCR is not only involve in placing students but also involve in grooming and moulding a student to be corporate ready. Training programs are designed to sharpen basic business acumen and improve general knowledge eventually enhancing their employability. The organizations from different sectors namely IT, BFSI, Consulting, FMCG, Health care, Automobile, Real estate, Hospitality etc. visit the institute every year. Students are placed across industries, verticals and roles.

Prominent Recruiters

Academic Mentoring

"A mentor empowers a person to see a possible future, and believe it can be obtained" quoted by Shawn Hitchcock. CHRIST as an institution understand the concerns that a student may face more frequently, when one is away from his/her protective social environment. Mentors are responsible to identify the student's wants and needs, and to address them in a timely manner. Faculty mentors are assigned with a faculty-student ratio of 1:20. Mentors help the students to focus on and understand more clearly the issues that concern them. Mentoring sessions are conducted to give exposure to our students to various activities like extempore, debate, role playing, book review, industry analysis and even detailed deliberations on ongoing issues. Regular sessions are assigned on weekly basis which includes tackling personal, family and peer problems as well as managing academic related challenges more responsibly. Students are encouraged to discuss their career plans in order to develop strategic action plans which enables them more competitive and employable.

Mentoring helps them to deal more confidently with challenging intellectual work.

  • Offered through a mentor-mentee relationship over a significant time period to provide consistent support and guidance.
  • Help mentees gain the skills and confidence to be responsible for their own futures, including, and with an increasing emphasis on, academic and occupational skills.
  • Mentors are responsible for conveying and upholding the norms, values, and goals that are mutually agreed upon in the mentoring contract.
  • Helps student develop several aspects of character dimensions (Self-Directedness, Cooperativeness and Self-Transcendence) in order to develop them a holistic person.
  • This process guides the students in problem solving, decision making as well as developing positive insights.

INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE AT THE VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY (VCU), USA

From the Academic year 2022, the students admitted to the MBA program at NCR campus will have an opportunity to study the second year of MBA program at the VCU Business School, USA.

Upon successful completion of the 2nd year, students will receive an MBA degree from the CHRIST (Deemed to be University) and an MS degree from VCU, USA. In VCU, students will have an option to specialize in Finance, Marketing, Decision analytics, Information Systems and Sports Leadership.

Interested Student May Contact :
Delhi NCR Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University),
Mariam Nagar, Meerut Road,
Delhi NCR Ghaziabad - 201003
Ph. No: 1800-123-3212
Email : admission.ncr@christuniversity.in

Student Achievements

  1. Ishika Pradeep Ellath, a student of MBA Second Year published her research paper in prestigious Scopus Indexed Emerald journal ‘International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis’ in February, 2024.
  2. Charu Sharma, a student of MBA Second Year received Second Prize in Summer Internship Presentation Competition organized by Soil School of Business Design in July 2023.
  3. Mehak Malik, a student of MBA Second year presented a research paper in Global Leadership Research Conference, 2024 organised by Amity Business School.

 

Applications are available online.

Applications for each programme will close approximately a week before the scheduled selection process.

All applicants must visit the page:https://espro.christuniversity.in/Application/ and register by entering NAME (as printed on Class 10 Marks Card), EMAIL-ID and set a password (the email id and mobile number provided will be used for sending confirmation and application status-update messages). An applicant can apply for as many programmes using the same ID as long as the prescribed eligibility criteria for the specific programme is fulfilled.

Applicants must have the following documents before filling the application online:

  • Copy of statement of marks of Class 10, Class 11/ 12 and Degree Marks Cards (Mandatory).
  • Fill in all the details in the “detailed application” page. Scan and upload a recent passport size photograph (3.5 cms x 4.5 cms formal dress with white background) and click “Submit”. On clicking Submit, a viewable and editable page will appear on the screen. In case you need to make any corrections; you may edit the data/details and then click “Confirm Submission”.
  • Make payment using a card and after successful payment, click on submit.  A 9 (nine) digit application number will be generated. If unable to print the application form due to system/power/internet failure, logon to https://espro.christuniversity.in/Application/ under the “Application Status” page enter the registered Email-ID and password to view and print the application form (after the payment if you do not receive the 9 (nine) digit application number, then your application process is incomplete, and the payment will go in for refund process. The refund will take about 15 days and must be checked with your bank).

Important

Candidates falling under any of these categories (PIO / OCI / SAARC / AFRICA / ASEAN / OTHER FOREIGN NATIONALS) must send the required supporting documents (copy of passport, copy of PIO / OCI card whichever is applicable and copy of class 10 & class 11/12 marks card) in an A4 size envelope ONLY through registered post/courier to “The Co-ordinator, Office of International Affairs, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Hosur Road, Bengaluru - 560 029, Karnataka, India, Phone: +91 80 4012 9439”.

  • All other candidates will have to carry the application printout, original documents and a set of photocopies to the selection process on the allotted date, time and venue mentioned on the selection process admit card.
  • All applicants must make a note of the username and password, the application number, programme applied for, selection process date and city for all further purposes.
  • All travel arrangements, if necessary, have to be made in advance.
  • The "Important Dates" section must be referred to before filling the application, or candidates can choose the selection process dates while filling the application online.
  • No request for change of date/city will be entertained.
  • Applicants applying while in their final year of schooling must carry the marks card up to the previous year when they report to the selection process venue. Documents to be carried are application printout along with the original class X, and class XI / XII marks cards and a set of photocopies.
  • Original marks cards and ID proof will be verified during the selection process.

Office of Admissions will communicate with the applicant only through university website www.ncr.christuniversity.in under the link “Application Status” or click the link: https://espro.christuniversity.in/Application/

 

 

 

School of Business and Management

 

 

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

(Trimester Scheme)

 

Vision statement

Our vision is to be an institution of excellence developing leaders serving enterprises and society globally.

 

Mission statement

Our mission is to develop socially responsible business leaders with the spirit of inquiry through academic and industry engagement

 

Programme Outcomes

Program Educational Objective (PEOs):

  • Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage businesses
  • Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
  • Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

1.1

Identify sustainability issues from business perspective

L-3

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

1.2

Analyze business and stakeholders’ perspectives

L-4

1.3

Appraise appropriate options for sustainability

L-5

1.4

Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

2.1

Identify the context of the business problem

L-3

Functional Knowledge and Application

2.2

Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting

L-4

2.3

Evaluate the business environment

L-5

2.4

Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

L-5

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

3.1

Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives

L-2

 

 

Communication

3.2

Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration.

L-3

3.3

Organize flow of communication

L-4

3.4

Defend using appropriate language

L-5

3.5

Develop ideas and concepts to address issues.

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

4.1

Make use of data to address the business problem.

 

L-3

 

 

Critical Thinking

4.2

Examine empirical evidence to support analysis

L-4

4.3

Interpret results of the analysis

L-5

4..4

Appraise with business implications

L-5

4..5

Construct integrated solution framework.

L-6

 

PLO

 PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

5.1

Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective

L-3

 

 

Global Awareness

 

5.2

Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities

L-4

5.3

Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment  

L-5

 

POs (mapped to PLGs)

PO

Program outcomes

Key word

1

 Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems

Problem Solving

PLG2, PLG 4

2

 Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making

Analytical and critical thinking abilities  

PLG 2,    PLG 4 

3

 Ability to develop value-based leadership ability

Value based Leadership 

PLG 1

4

Ability to understand, analyze, communicate global, economic, legal and ethical aspects of business

Global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects  

 PLG 5

5

 Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment

Team environment

PLG 3

6

Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment

Innovations  

PLG 2

PLG 5

7

 Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains 

Research  

 PLG 2

PLG 5

8

Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

Lifelong learning  

PLG 1  

 

 

The crowning factor of any MBA program is placements. The robust placement cell at CHRIST Delhi NCR is not only involve in placing students but also involve in grooming and moulding a student to be corporate ready. Training programs are designed to sharpen basic business acumen and improve general knowledge eventually enhancing their employability. The organizations from different sectors namely IT, BFSI, Consulting, FMCG, Health care, Automobile, Real estate, Hospitality etc. visit the institute every year. Students are placed across industries, verticals and roles.

Prominent Recruiters

Academic Mentoring

"A mentor empowers a person to see a possible future, and believe it can be obtained" quoted by Shawn Hitchcock. CHRIST as an institution understand the concerns that a student may face more frequently, when one is away from his/her protective social environment. Mentors are responsible to identify the student's wants and needs, and to address them in a timely manner. Faculty mentors are assigned with a faculty-student ratio of 1:20. Mentors help the students to focus on and understand more clearly the issues that concern them. Mentoring sessions are conducted to give exposure to our students to various activities like extempore, debate, role playing, book review, industry analysis and even detailed deliberations on ongoing issues. Regular sessions are assigned on weekly basis which includes tackling personal, family and peer problems as well as managing academic related challenges more responsibly. Students are encouraged to discuss their career plans in order to develop strategic action plans which enables them more competitive and employable.

Mentoring helps them to deal more confidently with challenging intellectual work.

  • Offered through a mentor-mentee relationship over a significant time period to provide consistent support and guidance.
  • Help mentees gain the skills and confidence to be responsible for their own futures, including, and with an increasing emphasis on, academic and occupational skills.
  • Mentors are responsible for conveying and upholding the norms, values, and goals that are mutually agreed upon in the mentoring contract.
  • Helps student develop several aspects of character dimensions (Self-Directedness, Cooperativeness and Self-Transcendence) in order to develop them a holistic person.
  • This process guides the students in problem solving, decision making as well as developing positive insights.

INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE AT THE VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY (VCU), USA

From the Academic year 2022, the students admitted to the MBA program at NCR campus will have an opportunity to study the second year of MBA program at the VCU Business School, USA.

Upon successful completion of the 2nd year, students will receive an MBA degree from the CHRIST (Deemed to be University) and an MS degree from VCU, USA. In VCU, students will have an option to specialize in Finance, Marketing, Decision analytics, Information Systems and Sports Leadership.

Interested Student May Contact :
Delhi NCR Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University),
Mariam Nagar, Meerut Road,
Delhi NCR Ghaziabad - 201003
Ph. No: 1800-123-3212
Email : admission.ncr@christuniversity.in

Student Achievements

  1. Ishika Pradeep Ellath, a student of MBA Second Year published her research paper in prestigious Scopus Indexed Emerald journal ‘International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis’ in February, 2024.
  2. Charu Sharma, a student of MBA Second Year received Second Prize in Summer Internship Presentation Competition organized by Soil School of Business Design in July 2023.
  3. Mehak Malik, a student of MBA Second year presented a research paper in Global Leadership Research Conference, 2024 organised by Amity Business School.

 

 

 

School of Business and Management

 

 

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

(Trimester Scheme)

 

Vision statement

Our vision is to be an institution of excellence developing leaders serving enterprises and society globally.

 

Mission statement

Our mission is to develop socially responsible business leaders with the spirit of inquiry through academic and industry engagement

 

Programme Outcomes

Program Educational Objective (PEOs):

  • Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage businesses
  • Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
  • Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

1.1

Identify sustainability issues from business perspective

L-3

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

1.2

Analyze business and stakeholders’ perspectives

L-4

1.3

Appraise appropriate options for sustainability

L-5

1.4

Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

2.1

Identify the context of the business problem

L-3

Functional Knowledge and Application

2.2

Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting

L-4

2.3

Evaluate the business environment

L-5

2.4

Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

L-5

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

3.1

Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives

L-2

 

 

Communication

3.2

Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration.

L-3

3.3

Organize flow of communication

L-4

3.4

Defend using appropriate language

L-5

3.5

Develop ideas and concepts to address issues.

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

4.1

Make use of data to address the business problem.

 

L-3

 

 

Critical Thinking

4.2

Examine empirical evidence to support analysis

L-4

4.3

Interpret results of the analysis

L-5

4..4

Appraise with business implications

L-5

4..5

Construct integrated solution framework.

L-6

 

PLO

 PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

5.1

Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective

L-3

 

 

Global Awareness

 

5.2

Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities

L-4

5.3

Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment  

L-5

 

POs (mapped to PLGs)

PO

Program outcomes

Key word

1

 Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems

Problem Solving

PLG2, PLG 4

2

 Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making

Analytical and critical thinking abilities  

PLG 2,    PLG 4 

3

 Ability to develop value-based leadership ability

Value based Leadership 

PLG 1

4

Ability to understand, analyze, communicate global, economic, legal and ethical aspects of business

Global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects  

 PLG 5

5

 Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment

Team environment

PLG 3

6

Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment

Innovations  

PLG 2

PLG 5

7

 Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains 

Research  

 PLG 2

PLG 5

8

Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

Lifelong learning  

PLG 1  

 

 

The crowning factor of any MBA program is placements. The robust placement cell at CHRIST Delhi NCR is not only involve in placing students but also involve in grooming and moulding a student to be corporate ready. Training programs are designed to sharpen basic business acumen and improve general knowledge eventually enhancing their employability. The organizations from different sectors namely IT, BFSI, Consulting, FMCG, Health care, Automobile, Real estate, Hospitality etc. visit the institute every year. Students are placed across industries, verticals and roles.

Prominent Recruiters

Academic Mentoring

"A mentor empowers a person to see a possible future, and believe it can be obtained" quoted by Shawn Hitchcock. CHRIST as an institution understand the concerns that a student may face more frequently, when one is away from his/her protective social environment. Mentors are responsible to identify the student's wants and needs, and to address them in a timely manner. Faculty mentors are assigned with a faculty-student ratio of 1:20. Mentors help the students to focus on and understand more clearly the issues that concern them. Mentoring sessions are conducted to give exposure to our students to various activities like extempore, debate, role playing, book review, industry analysis and even detailed deliberations on ongoing issues. Regular sessions are assigned on weekly basis which includes tackling personal, family and peer problems as well as managing academic related challenges more responsibly. Students are encouraged to discuss their career plans in order to develop strategic action plans which enables them more competitive and employable.

Mentoring helps them to deal more confidently with challenging intellectual work.

  • Offered through a mentor-mentee relationship over a significant time period to provide consistent support and guidance.
  • Help mentees gain the skills and confidence to be responsible for their own futures, including, and with an increasing emphasis on, academic and occupational skills.
  • Mentors are responsible for conveying and upholding the norms, values, and goals that are mutually agreed upon in the mentoring contract.
  • Helps student develop several aspects of character dimensions (Self-Directedness, Cooperativeness and Self-Transcendence) in order to develop them a holistic person.
  • This process guides the students in problem solving, decision making as well as developing positive insights.

INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE AT THE VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY (VCU), USA

From the Academic year 2022, the students admitted to the MBA program at NCR campus will have an opportunity to study the second year of MBA program at the VCU Business School, USA.

Upon successful completion of the 2nd year, students will receive an MBA degree from the CHRIST (Deemed to be University) and an MS degree from VCU, USA. In VCU, students will have an option to specialize in Finance, Marketing, Decision analytics, Information Systems and Sports Leadership.

Interested Student May Contact :
Delhi NCR Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University),
Mariam Nagar, Meerut Road,
Delhi NCR Ghaziabad - 201003
Ph. No: 1800-123-3212
Email : admission.ncr@christuniversity.in

Student Achievements

  1. Ishika Pradeep Ellath, a student of MBA Second Year published her research paper in prestigious Scopus Indexed Emerald journal ‘International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis’ in February, 2024.
  2. Charu Sharma, a student of MBA Second Year received Second Prize in Summer Internship Presentation Competition organized by Soil School of Business Design in July 2023.
  3. Mehak Malik, a student of MBA Second year presented a research paper in Global Leadership Research Conference, 2024 organised by Amity Business School.

 

 

 

School of Business and Management

 

 

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

(Trimester Scheme)

 

Vision statement

Our vision is to be an institution of excellence developing leaders serving enterprises and society globally.

 

Mission statement

Our mission is to develop socially responsible business leaders with the spirit of inquiry through academic and industry engagement

 

Programme Outcomes

Program Educational Objective (PEOs):

  • Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage businesses
  • Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
  • Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

1.1

Identify sustainability issues from business perspective

L-3

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

1.2

Analyze business and stakeholders’ perspectives

L-4

1.3

Appraise appropriate options for sustainability

L-5

1.4

Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

2.1

Identify the context of the business problem

L-3

Functional Knowledge and Application

2.2

Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting

L-4

2.3

Evaluate the business environment

L-5

2.4

Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

L-5

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

3.1

Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives

L-2

 

 

Communication

3.2

Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration.

L-3

3.3

Organize flow of communication

L-4

3.4

Defend using appropriate language

L-5

3.5

Develop ideas and concepts to address issues.

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

4.1

Make use of data to address the business problem.

 

L-3

 

 

Critical Thinking

4.2

Examine empirical evidence to support analysis

L-4

4.3

Interpret results of the analysis

L-5

4..4

Appraise with business implications

L-5

4..5

Construct integrated solution framework.

L-6

 

PLO

 PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

5.1

Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective

L-3

 

 

Global Awareness

 

5.2

Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities

L-4

5.3

Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment  

L-5

 

POs (mapped to PLGs)

PO

Program outcomes

Key word

1

 Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems

Problem Solving

PLG2, PLG 4

2

 Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making

Analytical and critical thinking abilities  

PLG 2,    PLG 4 

3

 Ability to develop value-based leadership ability

Value based Leadership 

PLG 1

4

Ability to understand, analyze, communicate global, economic, legal and ethical aspects of business

Global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects  

 PLG 5

5

 Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment

Team environment

PLG 3

6

Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment

Innovations  

PLG 2

PLG 5

7

 Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains 

Research  

 PLG 2

PLG 5

8

Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

Lifelong learning  

PLG 1  

 

 

The crowning factor of any MBA program is placements. The robust placement cell at CHRIST Delhi NCR is not only involve in placing students but also involve in grooming and moulding a student to be corporate ready. Training programs are designed to sharpen basic business acumen and improve general knowledge eventually enhancing their employability. The organizations from different sectors namely IT, BFSI, Consulting, FMCG, Health care, Automobile, Real estate, Hospitality etc. visit the institute every year. Students are placed across industries, verticals and roles.

Prominent Recruiters

Academic Mentoring

"A mentor empowers a person to see a possible future, and believe it can be obtained" quoted by Shawn Hitchcock. CHRIST as an institution understand the concerns that a student may face more frequently, when one is away from his/her protective social environment. Mentors are responsible to identify the student's wants and needs, and to address them in a timely manner. Faculty mentors are assigned with a faculty-student ratio of 1:20. Mentors help the students to focus on and understand more clearly the issues that concern them. Mentoring sessions are conducted to give exposure to our students to various activities like extempore, debate, role playing, book review, industry analysis and even detailed deliberations on ongoing issues. Regular sessions are assigned on weekly basis which includes tackling personal, family and peer problems as well as managing academic related challenges more responsibly. Students are encouraged to discuss their career plans in order to develop strategic action plans which enables them more competitive and employable.

Mentoring helps them to deal more confidently with challenging intellectual work.

  • Offered through a mentor-mentee relationship over a significant time period to provide consistent support and guidance.
  • Help mentees gain the skills and confidence to be responsible for their own futures, including, and with an increasing emphasis on, academic and occupational skills.
  • Mentors are responsible for conveying and upholding the norms, values, and goals that are mutually agreed upon in the mentoring contract.
  • Helps student develop several aspects of character dimensions (Self-Directedness, Cooperativeness and Self-Transcendence) in order to develop them a holistic person.
  • This process guides the students in problem solving, decision making as well as developing positive insights.

INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE AT THE VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY (VCU), USA

From the Academic year 2022, the students admitted to the MBA program at NCR campus will have an opportunity to study the second year of MBA program at the VCU Business School, USA.

Upon successful completion of the 2nd year, students will receive an MBA degree from the CHRIST (Deemed to be University) and an MS degree from VCU, USA. In VCU, students will have an option to specialize in Finance, Marketing, Decision analytics, Information Systems and Sports Leadership.

Interested Student May Contact :
Delhi NCR Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University),
Mariam Nagar, Meerut Road,
Delhi NCR Ghaziabad - 201003
Ph. No: 1800-123-3212
Email : admission.ncr@christuniversity.in

Student Achievements

  1. Ishika Pradeep Ellath, a student of MBA Second Year published her research paper in prestigious Scopus Indexed Emerald journal ‘International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis’ in February, 2024.
  2. Charu Sharma, a student of MBA Second Year received Second Prize in Summer Internship Presentation Competition organized by Soil School of Business Design in July 2023.
  3. Mehak Malik, a student of MBA Second year presented a research paper in Global Leadership Research Conference, 2024 organised by Amity Business School.

 

Candidates falling under any of the below mentioned categories must apply under the International Student Category:

  1. Foreign citizens,   
  2. PIO card holders and   
  3. OCI (Dual Citizens)

International students coming from Non-English speaking countries should:

  • produce evidence of passing the qualifying examination in English medium or   
  • have IELTS 6.0 with no sub-score below 5.5 or TOEFL (paper) 550, TOEFL (computer) of 213 or TOEFL (IBT) of 79 scores

Candidates without the above pre-qualifications will have to enroll either for

  • Intensive Certificate course in English Language (Full Time) conducted from March to May each year or   
  • One Semester Certificate course in English Language (Part Time) conducted after regular class hours from June to December.

Note: The International Student category fee structure is binding for the full duration of the programme and cannot be transferred /changed in between.

Candidates from the above listed categories having pursued Indian Educational qualification and who may have applied under the Indian States Category will have to pay the International Student Category Fee. The decision of the Admission committee is final.

Candidates seeking admission through International Student category (Foreign Nationals/PIO/OCI) will have a separate application process, with the following options to apply for any programme at Christ University.

  • Direct mode Application    
  • Online Application form

Email ID for any clarifications: isc.admission@christuniversity.in

 

 

School of Business and Management

 

 

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

(Trimester Scheme)

 

Vision statement

Our vision is to be an institution of excellence developing leaders serving enterprises and society globally.

 

Mission statement

Our mission is to develop socially responsible business leaders with the spirit of inquiry through academic and industry engagement

 

Programme Outcomes

Program Educational Objective (PEOs):

  • Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage businesses
  • Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
  • Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

1.1

Identify sustainability issues from business perspective

L-3

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

1.2

Analyze business and stakeholders’ perspectives

L-4

1.3

Appraise appropriate options for sustainability

L-5

1.4

Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

2.1

Identify the context of the business problem

L-3

Functional Knowledge and Application

2.2

Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting

L-4

2.3

Evaluate the business environment

L-5

2.4

Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

L-5

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

3.1

Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives

L-2

 

 

Communication

3.2

Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration.

L-3

3.3

Organize flow of communication

L-4

3.4

Defend using appropriate language

L-5

3.5

Develop ideas and concepts to address issues.

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

4.1

Make use of data to address the business problem.

 

L-3

 

 

Critical Thinking

4.2

Examine empirical evidence to support analysis

L-4

4.3

Interpret results of the analysis

L-5

4..4

Appraise with business implications

L-5

4..5

Construct integrated solution framework.

L-6

 

PLO

 PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

5.1

Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective

L-3

 

 

Global Awareness

 

5.2

Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities

L-4

5.3

Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment  

L-5

 

POs (mapped to PLGs)

PO

Program outcomes

Key word

1

 Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems

Problem Solving

PLG2, PLG 4

2

 Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making

Analytical and critical thinking abilities  

PLG 2,    PLG 4 

3

 Ability to develop value-based leadership ability

Value based Leadership 

PLG 1

4

Ability to understand, analyze, communicate global, economic, legal and ethical aspects of business

Global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects  

 PLG 5

5

 Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment

Team environment

PLG 3

6

Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment

Innovations  

PLG 2

PLG 5

7

 Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains 

Research  

 PLG 2

PLG 5

8

Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

Lifelong learning  

PLG 1  

 

 

The crowning factor of any MBA program is placements. The robust placement cell at CHRIST Delhi NCR is not only involve in placing students but also involve in grooming and moulding a student to be corporate ready. Training programs are designed to sharpen basic business acumen and improve general knowledge eventually enhancing their employability. The organizations from different sectors namely IT, BFSI, Consulting, FMCG, Health care, Automobile, Real estate, Hospitality etc. visit the institute every year. Students are placed across industries, verticals and roles.

Prominent Recruiters

Academic Mentoring

"A mentor empowers a person to see a possible future, and believe it can be obtained" quoted by Shawn Hitchcock. CHRIST as an institution understand the concerns that a student may face more frequently, when one is away from his/her protective social environment. Mentors are responsible to identify the student's wants and needs, and to address them in a timely manner. Faculty mentors are assigned with a faculty-student ratio of 1:20. Mentors help the students to focus on and understand more clearly the issues that concern them. Mentoring sessions are conducted to give exposure to our students to various activities like extempore, debate, role playing, book review, industry analysis and even detailed deliberations on ongoing issues. Regular sessions are assigned on weekly basis which includes tackling personal, family and peer problems as well as managing academic related challenges more responsibly. Students are encouraged to discuss their career plans in order to develop strategic action plans which enables them more competitive and employable.

Mentoring helps them to deal more confidently with challenging intellectual work.

  • Offered through a mentor-mentee relationship over a significant time period to provide consistent support and guidance.
  • Help mentees gain the skills and confidence to be responsible for their own futures, including, and with an increasing emphasis on, academic and occupational skills.
  • Mentors are responsible for conveying and upholding the norms, values, and goals that are mutually agreed upon in the mentoring contract.
  • Helps student develop several aspects of character dimensions (Self-Directedness, Cooperativeness and Self-Transcendence) in order to develop them a holistic person.
  • This process guides the students in problem solving, decision making as well as developing positive insights.

INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE AT THE VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY (VCU), USA

From the Academic year 2022, the students admitted to the MBA program at NCR campus will have an opportunity to study the second year of MBA program at the VCU Business School, USA.

Upon successful completion of the 2nd year, students will receive an MBA degree from the CHRIST (Deemed to be University) and an MS degree from VCU, USA. In VCU, students will have an option to specialize in Finance, Marketing, Decision analytics, Information Systems and Sports Leadership.

Interested Student May Contact :
Delhi NCR Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University),
Mariam Nagar, Meerut Road,
Delhi NCR Ghaziabad - 201003
Ph. No: 1800-123-3212
Email : admission.ncr@christuniversity.in

Student Achievements

  1. Ishika Pradeep Ellath, a student of MBA Second Year published her research paper in prestigious Scopus Indexed Emerald journal ‘International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis’ in February, 2024.
  2. Charu Sharma, a student of MBA Second Year received Second Prize in Summer Internship Presentation Competition organized by Soil School of Business Design in July 2023.
  3. Mehak Malik, a student of MBA Second year presented a research paper in Global Leadership Research Conference, 2024 organised by Amity Business School.

 

  • The University does not collect any type of Capitation / Donation other than the fee mentioned in the website.
  • If the application is incomplete or incorrect, the University Management has the right to reject it.
  • Kindly do not send any original marks cards through post or courier.
  • The online application form will be processed by the Office of Admissions only on receipt of the online payment acknowledgment slip copy and all supporting documents.
  • The institution is not responsible for any application reaching after the stipulated date / time and such applications will not be processed.
  • Ignorance of the Terms, Conditions and Guidelines will not be considered as an excuse for non-fulfilment of any stipulated process.
  • It is to be noted that though the fee is fixed for 2 years, there will be a periodic nominal increase to meet the rise in costs.
  • Fees should be paid within the stipulated date for the first year and before the commencement of final examinations of 2nd semester for the second year.
  • All those admitted to the programme will have to purchase a laptop at their own cost.
  • Admitted student who wish to avail Bank Loan will be provided a recommendation letter on request by presenting the original fee paid receipt to the Office of Admissions.
  • The decision of the Admission Committee is final and binding.

 

 

School of Business and Management

 

 

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

(Trimester Scheme)

 

Vision statement

Our vision is to be an institution of excellence developing leaders serving enterprises and society globally.

 

Mission statement

Our mission is to develop socially responsible business leaders with the spirit of inquiry through academic and industry engagement

 

Programme Outcomes

Program Educational Objective (PEOs):

  • Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage businesses
  • Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
  • Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

1.1

Identify sustainability issues from business perspective

L-3

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

1.2

Analyze business and stakeholders’ perspectives

L-4

1.3

Appraise appropriate options for sustainability

L-5

1.4

Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

2.1

Identify the context of the business problem

L-3

Functional Knowledge and Application

2.2

Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting

L-4

2.3

Evaluate the business environment

L-5

2.4

Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

L-5

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

3.1

Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives

L-2

 

 

Communication

3.2

Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration.

L-3

3.3

Organize flow of communication

L-4

3.4

Defend using appropriate language

L-5

3.5

Develop ideas and concepts to address issues.

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

4.1

Make use of data to address the business problem.

 

L-3

 

 

Critical Thinking

4.2

Examine empirical evidence to support analysis

L-4

4.3

Interpret results of the analysis

L-5

4..4

Appraise with business implications

L-5

4..5

Construct integrated solution framework.

L-6

 

PLO

 PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

5.1

Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective

L-3

 

 

Global Awareness

 

5.2

Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities

L-4

5.3

Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment  

L-5

 

POs (mapped to PLGs)

PO

Program outcomes

Key word

1

 Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems

Problem Solving

PLG2, PLG 4

2

 Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making

Analytical and critical thinking abilities  

PLG 2,    PLG 4 

3

 Ability to develop value-based leadership ability

Value based Leadership 

PLG 1

4

Ability to understand, analyze, communicate global, economic, legal and ethical aspects of business

Global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects  

 PLG 5

5

 Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment

Team environment

PLG 3

6

Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment

Innovations  

PLG 2

PLG 5

7

 Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains 

Research  

 PLG 2

PLG 5

8

Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

Lifelong learning  

PLG 1  

 

 

The crowning factor of any MBA program is placements. The robust placement cell at CHRIST Delhi NCR is not only involve in placing students but also involve in grooming and moulding a student to be corporate ready. Training programs are designed to sharpen basic business acumen and improve general knowledge eventually enhancing their employability. The organizations from different sectors namely IT, BFSI, Consulting, FMCG, Health care, Automobile, Real estate, Hospitality etc. visit the institute every year. Students are placed across industries, verticals and roles.

Prominent Recruiters

Academic Mentoring

"A mentor empowers a person to see a possible future, and believe it can be obtained" quoted by Shawn Hitchcock. CHRIST as an institution understand the concerns that a student may face more frequently, when one is away from his/her protective social environment. Mentors are responsible to identify the student's wants and needs, and to address them in a timely manner. Faculty mentors are assigned with a faculty-student ratio of 1:20. Mentors help the students to focus on and understand more clearly the issues that concern them. Mentoring sessions are conducted to give exposure to our students to various activities like extempore, debate, role playing, book review, industry analysis and even detailed deliberations on ongoing issues. Regular sessions are assigned on weekly basis which includes tackling personal, family and peer problems as well as managing academic related challenges more responsibly. Students are encouraged to discuss their career plans in order to develop strategic action plans which enables them more competitive and employable.

Mentoring helps them to deal more confidently with challenging intellectual work.

  • Offered through a mentor-mentee relationship over a significant time period to provide consistent support and guidance.
  • Help mentees gain the skills and confidence to be responsible for their own futures, including, and with an increasing emphasis on, academic and occupational skills.
  • Mentors are responsible for conveying and upholding the norms, values, and goals that are mutually agreed upon in the mentoring contract.
  • Helps student develop several aspects of character dimensions (Self-Directedness, Cooperativeness and Self-Transcendence) in order to develop them a holistic person.
  • This process guides the students in problem solving, decision making as well as developing positive insights.

INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE AT THE VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY (VCU), USA

From the Academic year 2022, the students admitted to the MBA program at NCR campus will have an opportunity to study the second year of MBA program at the VCU Business School, USA.

Upon successful completion of the 2nd year, students will receive an MBA degree from the CHRIST (Deemed to be University) and an MS degree from VCU, USA. In VCU, students will have an option to specialize in Finance, Marketing, Decision analytics, Information Systems and Sports Leadership.

Interested Student May Contact :
Delhi NCR Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University),
Mariam Nagar, Meerut Road,
Delhi NCR Ghaziabad - 201003
Ph. No: 1800-123-3212
Email : admission.ncr@christuniversity.in

Student Achievements

  1. Ishika Pradeep Ellath, a student of MBA Second Year published her research paper in prestigious Scopus Indexed Emerald journal ‘International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis’ in February, 2024.
  2. Charu Sharma, a student of MBA Second Year received Second Prize in Summer Internship Presentation Competition organized by Soil School of Business Design in July 2023.
  3. Mehak Malik, a student of MBA Second year presented a research paper in Global Leadership Research Conference, 2024 organised by Amity Business School.

 

Students are welcome to apply under the Non-Resident Indian category for the programmes offered by the University.

Students who fall under any of the following classifications can apply under NRI Student category and be liable to pay the fees applicable to the category for the entire duration of the programme.

1. NRI defined under the Indian Income Tax Law

2. Either of the parents is outside India (except Nepal) on Work Permit / Resident Permit

3. Indian citizen financed by any Institution / agency outside India, even if parents are residents of India

4. Indian citizen who has pursued studies for qualifying examination in any foreign / Indian syllabus outside India.

5. NRI fee is applicable for the full duration of the programme for candidates who;
   5.1. Have pursued and completed their last qualifying exam from outside India.
   5.2. Are NRI and candidates who have applied under NRI category

 

Admission to all programmes is based on academic achievement and CHRIST (Deemed to be University) Selection Process. Candidates should submit the final results of class 12 on or before July 15th of the admission year.

Applicants must read through the Selection process, Fee Structure and other details under the preferred programme given on our website before proceeding with the application process.

 

 

School of Business and Management

 

 

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

(Trimester Scheme)

 

Vision statement

Our vision is to be an institution of excellence developing leaders serving enterprises and society globally.

 

Mission statement

Our mission is to develop socially responsible business leaders with the spirit of inquiry through academic and industry engagement

 

Programme Outcomes

Program Educational Objective (PEOs):

  • Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage businesses
  • Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
  • Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

1.1

Identify sustainability issues from business perspective

L-3

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

1.2

Analyze business and stakeholders’ perspectives

L-4

1.3

Appraise appropriate options for sustainability

L-5

1.4

Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

2.1

Identify the context of the business problem

L-3

Functional Knowledge and Application

2.2

Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting

L-4

2.3

Evaluate the business environment

L-5

2.4

Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

L-5

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

3.1

Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives

L-2

 

 

Communication

3.2

Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration.

L-3

3.3

Organize flow of communication

L-4

3.4

Defend using appropriate language

L-5

3.5

Develop ideas and concepts to address issues.

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

4.1

Make use of data to address the business problem.

 

L-3

 

 

Critical Thinking

4.2

Examine empirical evidence to support analysis

L-4

4.3

Interpret results of the analysis

L-5

4..4

Appraise with business implications

L-5

4..5

Construct integrated solution framework.

L-6

 

PLO

 PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

5.1

Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective

L-3

 

 

Global Awareness

 

5.2

Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities

L-4

5.3

Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment  

L-5

 

POs (mapped to PLGs)

PO

Program outcomes

Key word

1

 Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems

Problem Solving

PLG2, PLG 4

2

 Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making

Analytical and critical thinking abilities  

PLG 2,    PLG 4 

3

 Ability to develop value-based leadership ability

Value based Leadership 

PLG 1

4

Ability to understand, analyze, communicate global, economic, legal and ethical aspects of business

Global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects  

 PLG 5

5

 Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment

Team environment

PLG 3

6

Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment

Innovations  

PLG 2

PLG 5

7

 Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains 

Research  

 PLG 2

PLG 5

8

Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

Lifelong learning  

PLG 1  

 

 

The crowning factor of any MBA program is placements. The robust placement cell at CHRIST Delhi NCR is not only involve in placing students but also involve in grooming and moulding a student to be corporate ready. Training programs are designed to sharpen basic business acumen and improve general knowledge eventually enhancing their employability. The organizations from different sectors namely IT, BFSI, Consulting, FMCG, Health care, Automobile, Real estate, Hospitality etc. visit the institute every year. Students are placed across industries, verticals and roles.

Prominent Recruiters

Academic Mentoring

"A mentor empowers a person to see a possible future, and believe it can be obtained" quoted by Shawn Hitchcock. CHRIST as an institution understand the concerns that a student may face more frequently, when one is away from his/her protective social environment. Mentors are responsible to identify the student's wants and needs, and to address them in a timely manner. Faculty mentors are assigned with a faculty-student ratio of 1:20. Mentors help the students to focus on and understand more clearly the issues that concern them. Mentoring sessions are conducted to give exposure to our students to various activities like extempore, debate, role playing, book review, industry analysis and even detailed deliberations on ongoing issues. Regular sessions are assigned on weekly basis which includes tackling personal, family and peer problems as well as managing academic related challenges more responsibly. Students are encouraged to discuss their career plans in order to develop strategic action plans which enables them more competitive and employable.

Mentoring helps them to deal more confidently with challenging intellectual work.

  • Offered through a mentor-mentee relationship over a significant time period to provide consistent support and guidance.
  • Help mentees gain the skills and confidence to be responsible for their own futures, including, and with an increasing emphasis on, academic and occupational skills.
  • Mentors are responsible for conveying and upholding the norms, values, and goals that are mutually agreed upon in the mentoring contract.
  • Helps student develop several aspects of character dimensions (Self-Directedness, Cooperativeness and Self-Transcendence) in order to develop them a holistic person.
  • This process guides the students in problem solving, decision making as well as developing positive insights.

INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE AT THE VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY (VCU), USA

From the Academic year 2022, the students admitted to the MBA program at NCR campus will have an opportunity to study the second year of MBA program at the VCU Business School, USA.

Upon successful completion of the 2nd year, students will receive an MBA degree from the CHRIST (Deemed to be University) and an MS degree from VCU, USA. In VCU, students will have an option to specialize in Finance, Marketing, Decision analytics, Information Systems and Sports Leadership.

Interested Student May Contact :
Delhi NCR Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University),
Mariam Nagar, Meerut Road,
Delhi NCR Ghaziabad - 201003
Ph. No: 1800-123-3212
Email : admission.ncr@christuniversity.in

Student Achievements

  1. Ishika Pradeep Ellath, a student of MBA Second Year published her research paper in prestigious Scopus Indexed Emerald journal ‘International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis’ in February, 2024.
  2. Charu Sharma, a student of MBA Second Year received Second Prize in Summer Internship Presentation Competition organized by Soil School of Business Design in July 2023.
  3. Mehak Malik, a student of MBA Second year presented a research paper in Global Leadership Research Conference, 2024 organised by Amity Business School.

 

 

 

School of Business and Management

 

 

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

(Trimester Scheme)

 

Vision statement

Our vision is to be an institution of excellence developing leaders serving enterprises and society globally.

 

Mission statement

Our mission is to develop socially responsible business leaders with the spirit of inquiry through academic and industry engagement

 

Programme Outcomes

Program Educational Objective (PEOs):

  • Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage businesses
  • Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
  • Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

1.1

Identify sustainability issues from business perspective

L-3

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

1.2

Analyze business and stakeholders’ perspectives

L-4

1.3

Appraise appropriate options for sustainability

L-5

1.4

Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

2.1

Identify the context of the business problem

L-3

Functional Knowledge and Application

2.2

Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting

L-4

2.3

Evaluate the business environment

L-5

2.4

Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

L-5

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

3.1

Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives

L-2

 

 

Communication

3.2

Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration.

L-3

3.3

Organize flow of communication

L-4

3.4

Defend using appropriate language

L-5

3.5

Develop ideas and concepts to address issues.

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

4.1

Make use of data to address the business problem.

 

L-3

 

 

Critical Thinking

4.2

Examine empirical evidence to support analysis

L-4

4.3

Interpret results of the analysis

L-5

4..4

Appraise with business implications

L-5

4..5

Construct integrated solution framework.

L-6

 

PLO

 PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

5.1

Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective

L-3

 

 

Global Awareness

 

5.2

Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities

L-4

5.3

Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment  

L-5

 

POs (mapped to PLGs)

PO

Program outcomes

Key word

1

 Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems

Problem Solving

PLG2, PLG 4

2

 Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making

Analytical and critical thinking abilities  

PLG 2,    PLG 4 

3

 Ability to develop value-based leadership ability

Value based Leadership 

PLG 1

4

Ability to understand, analyze, communicate global, economic, legal and ethical aspects of business

Global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects  

 PLG 5

5

 Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment

Team environment

PLG 3

6

Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment

Innovations  

PLG 2

PLG 5

7

 Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains 

Research  

 PLG 2

PLG 5

8

Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

Lifelong learning  

PLG 1  

 

 

The crowning factor of any MBA program is placements. The robust placement cell at CHRIST Delhi NCR is not only involve in placing students but also involve in grooming and moulding a student to be corporate ready. Training programs are designed to sharpen basic business acumen and improve general knowledge eventually enhancing their employability. The organizations from different sectors namely IT, BFSI, Consulting, FMCG, Health care, Automobile, Real estate, Hospitality etc. visit the institute every year. Students are placed across industries, verticals and roles.

Prominent Recruiters

Academic Mentoring

"A mentor empowers a person to see a possible future, and believe it can be obtained" quoted by Shawn Hitchcock. CHRIST as an institution understand the concerns that a student may face more frequently, when one is away from his/her protective social environment. Mentors are responsible to identify the student's wants and needs, and to address them in a timely manner. Faculty mentors are assigned with a faculty-student ratio of 1:20. Mentors help the students to focus on and understand more clearly the issues that concern them. Mentoring sessions are conducted to give exposure to our students to various activities like extempore, debate, role playing, book review, industry analysis and even detailed deliberations on ongoing issues. Regular sessions are assigned on weekly basis which includes tackling personal, family and peer problems as well as managing academic related challenges more responsibly. Students are encouraged to discuss their career plans in order to develop strategic action plans which enables them more competitive and employable.

Mentoring helps them to deal more confidently with challenging intellectual work.

  • Offered through a mentor-mentee relationship over a significant time period to provide consistent support and guidance.
  • Help mentees gain the skills and confidence to be responsible for their own futures, including, and with an increasing emphasis on, academic and occupational skills.
  • Mentors are responsible for conveying and upholding the norms, values, and goals that are mutually agreed upon in the mentoring contract.
  • Helps student develop several aspects of character dimensions (Self-Directedness, Cooperativeness and Self-Transcendence) in order to develop them a holistic person.
  • This process guides the students in problem solving, decision making as well as developing positive insights.

INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE AT THE VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY (VCU), USA

From the Academic year 2022, the students admitted to the MBA program at NCR campus will have an opportunity to study the second year of MBA program at the VCU Business School, USA.

Upon successful completion of the 2nd year, students will receive an MBA degree from the CHRIST (Deemed to be University) and an MS degree from VCU, USA. In VCU, students will have an option to specialize in Finance, Marketing, Decision analytics, Information Systems and Sports Leadership.

Interested Student May Contact :
Delhi NCR Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University),
Mariam Nagar, Meerut Road,
Delhi NCR Ghaziabad - 201003
Ph. No: 1800-123-3212
Email : admission.ncr@christuniversity.in

Student Achievements

  1. Ishika Pradeep Ellath, a student of MBA Second Year published her research paper in prestigious Scopus Indexed Emerald journal ‘International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis’ in February, 2024.
  2. Charu Sharma, a student of MBA Second Year received Second Prize in Summer Internship Presentation Competition organized by Soil School of Business Design in July 2023.
  3. Mehak Malik, a student of MBA Second year presented a research paper in Global Leadership Research Conference, 2024 organised by Amity Business School.

 

 

The scores of the following tests held in 2023 and 2024 will be accepted (Sep MAT 2023 / Dec MAT 2023 / Feb MAT 2024  / March MAT 2024/ May MAT 2024 OR CAT 2023 OR CMAT 2024 OR GMAT 2023 / 2024 OR XAT 2024 OR ATMA 2024 OR GRE 2023 / 2024).
 
Candidates who have passed the Undergraduate degree examination with 50 % aggregate marks from any recognised University in India or abroad recognised by UGC / AIU are eligible to apply. (Applicants who are in the final year of their studies should have 50% or above aggregate in all the Semesters / Years of undergraduate examinations conducted so far). Students writing their final degree examinations during March-June 2024 are also eligible to apply.
 
MAT score of 550 and above OR CAT score of 50 percentile and above OR XAT score of 60 percentile and above OR CMAT score of 60 percentile and above OR ATMA score of 60 percentile and above OR GMAT score of 450 and above OR GRE score of 295 and above.
 
The minimum Score specified for MAT / CAT / CMAT / XAT / GMAT / GRE / ATMA is only eligibility criteria and the actual score thereof shall have no bearing in the selection process.

 

 

School of Business and Management

 

 

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

(Trimester Scheme)

 

Vision statement

Our vision is to be an institution of excellence developing leaders serving enterprises and society globally.

 

Mission statement

Our mission is to develop socially responsible business leaders with the spirit of inquiry through academic and industry engagement

 

Programme Outcomes

Program Educational Objective (PEOs):

  • Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage businesses
  • Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
  • Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

1.1

Identify sustainability issues from business perspective

L-3

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

1.2

Analyze business and stakeholders’ perspectives

L-4

1.3

Appraise appropriate options for sustainability

L-5

1.4

Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

2.1

Identify the context of the business problem

L-3

Functional Knowledge and Application

2.2

Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting

L-4

2.3

Evaluate the business environment

L-5

2.4

Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

L-5

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

3.1

Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives

L-2

 

 

Communication

3.2

Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration.

L-3

3.3

Organize flow of communication

L-4

3.4

Defend using appropriate language

L-5

3.5

Develop ideas and concepts to address issues.

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

4.1

Make use of data to address the business problem.

 

L-3

 

 

Critical Thinking

4.2

Examine empirical evidence to support analysis

L-4

4.3

Interpret results of the analysis

L-5

4..4

Appraise with business implications

L-5

4..5

Construct integrated solution framework.

L-6

 

PLO

 PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

5.1

Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective

L-3

 

 

Global Awareness

 

5.2

Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities

L-4

5.3

Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment  

L-5

 

POs (mapped to PLGs)

PO

Program outcomes

Key word

1

 Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems

Problem Solving

PLG2, PLG 4

2

 Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making

Analytical and critical thinking abilities  

PLG 2,    PLG 4 

3

 Ability to develop value-based leadership ability

Value based Leadership 

PLG 1

4

Ability to understand, analyze, communicate global, economic, legal and ethical aspects of business

Global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects  

 PLG 5

5

 Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment

Team environment

PLG 3

6

Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment

Innovations  

PLG 2

PLG 5

7

 Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains 

Research  

 PLG 2

PLG 5

8

Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

Lifelong learning  

PLG 1  

 

 

The crowning factor of any MBA program is placements. The robust placement cell at CHRIST Delhi NCR is not only involve in placing students but also involve in grooming and moulding a student to be corporate ready. Training programs are designed to sharpen basic business acumen and improve general knowledge eventually enhancing their employability. The organizations from different sectors namely IT, BFSI, Consulting, FMCG, Health care, Automobile, Real estate, Hospitality etc. visit the institute every year. Students are placed across industries, verticals and roles.

Prominent Recruiters

Academic Mentoring

"A mentor empowers a person to see a possible future, and believe it can be obtained" quoted by Shawn Hitchcock. CHRIST as an institution understand the concerns that a student may face more frequently, when one is away from his/her protective social environment. Mentors are responsible to identify the student's wants and needs, and to address them in a timely manner. Faculty mentors are assigned with a faculty-student ratio of 1:20. Mentors help the students to focus on and understand more clearly the issues that concern them. Mentoring sessions are conducted to give exposure to our students to various activities like extempore, debate, role playing, book review, industry analysis and even detailed deliberations on ongoing issues. Regular sessions are assigned on weekly basis which includes tackling personal, family and peer problems as well as managing academic related challenges more responsibly. Students are encouraged to discuss their career plans in order to develop strategic action plans which enables them more competitive and employable.

Mentoring helps them to deal more confidently with challenging intellectual work.

  • Offered through a mentor-mentee relationship over a significant time period to provide consistent support and guidance.
  • Help mentees gain the skills and confidence to be responsible for their own futures, including, and with an increasing emphasis on, academic and occupational skills.
  • Mentors are responsible for conveying and upholding the norms, values, and goals that are mutually agreed upon in the mentoring contract.
  • Helps student develop several aspects of character dimensions (Self-Directedness, Cooperativeness and Self-Transcendence) in order to develop them a holistic person.
  • This process guides the students in problem solving, decision making as well as developing positive insights.

INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE AT THE VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY (VCU), USA

From the Academic year 2022, the students admitted to the MBA program at NCR campus will have an opportunity to study the second year of MBA program at the VCU Business School, USA.

Upon successful completion of the 2nd year, students will receive an MBA degree from the CHRIST (Deemed to be University) and an MS degree from VCU, USA. In VCU, students will have an option to specialize in Finance, Marketing, Decision analytics, Information Systems and Sports Leadership.

Interested Student May Contact :
Delhi NCR Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University),
Mariam Nagar, Meerut Road,
Delhi NCR Ghaziabad - 201003
Ph. No: 1800-123-3212
Email : admission.ncr@christuniversity.in

Student Achievements

  1. Ishika Pradeep Ellath, a student of MBA Second Year published her research paper in prestigious Scopus Indexed Emerald journal ‘International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis’ in February, 2024.
  2. Charu Sharma, a student of MBA Second Year received Second Prize in Summer Internship Presentation Competition organized by Soil School of Business Design in July 2023.
  3. Mehak Malik, a student of MBA Second year presented a research paper in Global Leadership Research Conference, 2024 organised by Amity Business School.

 

1. Admission Registration fee of INR 5000/ (Non Refundable)

2. Programme fee as per the below table

Year All Indian States    NRI

   Appl.Fee  (Indian)   

SAARC / Africa / OCI / PIO / ASEAN Other Foreign Nationals  Appl.Fee ( US $) (Inter/Foreign)    Time of Payment
1 475,000 INR 545,000  INR   1700 INR 7,500 USD 8,000 USD 100 USD

Within seven days of the declaration of the

Selection Process Result 

2 475,000 INR

 

545,000 INR   

              7,500 USD 8,000 USD                          On or Before March 15, 2025

It is to be noted that though the fee is fixed, there may be a periodic nominal increase to meet the rise in costs.


1. NRI fee is applicable for first year for candidates who have studied foreign syllabus (has to be approved by UGC / AIU) in the qualifying examination of study in India. (The above condition is not applicable to NRI and candidates applied under NRI Category).

(The above condition is not applicable to NRI and candidates applied under NRI Category).It is to be noted that though the fee is fixed for both the years, there may be a periodic nominal increase to meet the rise in costs.

2. NRI fee is applicable for the full duration of the programme for candidates who;

2.1. Have pursued and completed their last qualifying exam from outside India.

2.2. Are NRI and candidates who have applied under NRI category.

3. To claim Indian / Delhi NCR category fee, the candidates should have studied last 7 years in India / Delhi NCR. (Not applicable for OCI, PIO and Foreign Nationals).

4. Admission registration fee of INR 5000/- is non-refundable in the event of cancellation of admission. This fee will be apart from cancellation charges if any applicable.

5. All Candidates If “Selected” after appearing for the final selection process, The fee may be paid through the following option:

  • Payment can be made through Net banking / NEFT / RTGS
  • Payment / Transfer of fees does not guarantee the admission.

 

 

School of Business and Management

 

 

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

(Trimester Scheme)

 

Vision statement

Our vision is to be an institution of excellence developing leaders serving enterprises and society globally.

 

Mission statement

Our mission is to develop socially responsible business leaders with the spirit of inquiry through academic and industry engagement

 

Programme Outcomes

Program Educational Objective (PEOs):

  • Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage businesses
  • Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
  • Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

1.1

Identify sustainability issues from business perspective

L-3

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

1.2

Analyze business and stakeholders’ perspectives

L-4

1.3

Appraise appropriate options for sustainability

L-5

1.4

Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

2.1

Identify the context of the business problem

L-3

Functional Knowledge and Application

2.2

Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting

L-4

2.3

Evaluate the business environment

L-5

2.4

Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

L-5

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

3.1

Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives

L-2

 

 

Communication

3.2

Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration.

L-3

3.3

Organize flow of communication

L-4

3.4

Defend using appropriate language

L-5

3.5

Develop ideas and concepts to address issues.

L-6

 

 

PLO

PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

4.1

Make use of data to address the business problem.

 

L-3

 

 

Critical Thinking

4.2

Examine empirical evidence to support analysis

L-4

4.3

Interpret results of the analysis

L-5

4..4

Appraise with business implications

L-5

4..5

Construct integrated solution framework.

L-6

 

PLO

 PLO Statement

RBT Level

PLG

5.1

Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective

L-3

 

 

Global Awareness

 

5.2

Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities

L-4

5.3

Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment  

L-5

 

POs (mapped to PLGs)

PO

Program outcomes

Key word

1

 Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems

Problem Solving

PLG2, PLG 4

2

 Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making

Analytical and critical thinking abilities  

PLG 2,    PLG 4 

3

 Ability to develop value-based leadership ability

Value based Leadership 

PLG 1

4

Ability to understand, analyze, communicate global, economic, legal and ethical aspects of business

Global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects  

 PLG 5

5

 Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment

Team environment

PLG 3

6

Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment

Innovations  

PLG 2

PLG 5

7

 Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains 

Research  

 PLG 2

PLG 5

8

Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

Lifelong learning  

PLG 1  

 

 

The crowning factor of any MBA program is placements. The robust placement cell at CHRIST Delhi NCR is not only involve in placing students but also involve in grooming and moulding a student to be corporate ready. Training programs are designed to sharpen basic business acumen and improve general knowledge eventually enhancing their employability. The organizations from different sectors namely IT, BFSI, Consulting, FMCG, Health care, Automobile, Real estate, Hospitality etc. visit the institute every year. Students are placed across industries, verticals and roles.

Prominent Recruiters

Academic Mentoring

"A mentor empowers a person to see a possible future, and believe it can be obtained" quoted by Shawn Hitchcock. CHRIST as an institution understand the concerns that a student may face more frequently, when one is away from his/her protective social environment. Mentors are responsible to identify the student's wants and needs, and to address them in a timely manner. Faculty mentors are assigned with a faculty-student ratio of 1:20. Mentors help the students to focus on and understand more clearly the issues that concern them. Mentoring sessions are conducted to give exposure to our students to various activities like extempore, debate, role playing, book review, industry analysis and even detailed deliberations on ongoing issues. Regular sessions are assigned on weekly basis which includes tackling personal, family and peer problems as well as managing academic related challenges more responsibly. Students are encouraged to discuss their career plans in order to develop strategic action plans which enables them more competitive and employable.

Mentoring helps them to deal more confidently with challenging intellectual work.

  • Offered through a mentor-mentee relationship over a significant time period to provide consistent support and guidance.
  • Help mentees gain the skills and confidence to be responsible for their own futures, including, and with an increasing emphasis on, academic and occupational skills.
  • Mentors are responsible for conveying and upholding the norms, values, and goals that are mutually agreed upon in the mentoring contract.
  • Helps student develop several aspects of character dimensions (Self-Directedness, Cooperativeness and Self-Transcendence) in order to develop them a holistic person.
  • This process guides the students in problem solving, decision making as well as developing positive insights.

INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE AT THE VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY (VCU), USA

From the Academic year 2022, the students admitted to the MBA program at NCR campus will have an opportunity to study the second year of MBA program at the VCU Business School, USA.

Upon successful completion of the 2nd year, students will receive an MBA degree from the CHRIST (Deemed to be University) and an MS degree from VCU, USA. In VCU, students will have an option to specialize in Finance, Marketing, Decision analytics, Information Systems and Sports Leadership.

Interested Student May Contact :
Delhi NCR Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University),
Mariam Nagar, Meerut Road,
Delhi NCR Ghaziabad - 201003
Ph. No: 1800-123-3212
Email : admission.ncr@christuniversity.in

Student Achievements

  1. Ishika Pradeep Ellath, a student of MBA Second Year published her research paper in prestigious Scopus Indexed Emerald journal ‘International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis’ in February, 2024.
  2. Charu Sharma, a student of MBA Second Year received Second Prize in Summer Internship Presentation Competition organized by Soil School of Business Design in July 2023.
  3. Mehak Malik, a student of MBA Second year presented a research paper in Global Leadership Research Conference, 2024 organised by Amity Business School.

 

FinTech

The MBA FinTech is designed to enable students to capitalize on the opportunities that has been thrown wide open by the FinTech innovation. They will learn the framework of financial technologies and develop their skills in business decision-making, data analysis, financial management and leadership to better contextualize, interpret and participate in the transformation of financial services industry. It will benefit anyone within the financial innovations space, particularly those wanting to adopt creative methods and strategic approaches within the FinTech industry.
Innovations that are central to FinTech include crypto currencies, block chain, digital advisory and trading systems, artificial intelligence, machine learning, peer-to-peer lending, equity crowd funding and mobile payment systems. These innovations will create significant privacy, regulatory and law-enforcement challenges and provide new gateways for entrepreneurship. With the arrival of FinTech startups in India and abroad leading in a new era of financial services, our MBA FinTech is aiming to respond to the demand in education and emphasize career prospects in the market. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, the reliance on digital technologies continues to surge and evolve. Now is a great time for those willing to start a career in Financial Services Sector to up skill with FinTech courses presently being offered at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Delhi NCR campus. Career opportunities in FinTech span across various domains in Banking, Capital Markets, Digital Finance and Alternative Finance in various roles including a Financial Analyst, Financial Consultant, BlockChain Analyst, Risk Analyst, Quantitative Analyst, Cybersecurity Analyst etc

 

Business Analytics

MBA in Business Analytics offers an opportunity to acquire in-depth knowledge of data-based decision making, which has become an indispensable skill for anyone keen on pursuing a global career. The trend observed across all industries and organisations is the generation of gigantic data. Global companies who are sitting on this data mine can take strategic decisions to boost productivity and drive innovation & change. The business analytics specialization is aimed at developing professionals to meet the industry demand for people with such analytical acumen. On successful completion of the Analytics specialization, the students will be able to conceptually understand the analytical techniques and to apply the appropriate strategic methods and tools required in business decision making.
The various career options students can opt for are: Business Analyst, Data analysis manager, Data Analyst, Project Manager, Market research analyst, Business Analytic specialist, Management Consultant, Big Data Analyst, etc. This specialization is designed to analyze information and interpret results for curious problem-solvers by implementing data-driven strategies. The course is designed to help participants understand the critical concepts of business analytics and decision making, including machine learning, data processing and data analysis. The students gain skills from the basic data processing knowledge to complex methods which helps them to effectively apply analytical concepts in real life scenario. With its uniquely-crafted syllabus, on-campus training, live projects and guidance of experienced faculty, the finance specialization prepares students for the challenges of the finance world and equips them with the confidence to succeed.

 

Marketing

With a new program getting added ever so frequently to the system of business activities, Marketing has evolved into a boundary less domain with endless potential for professional growth. A Marketing specialization inculcates an array of skills that are useful in a number of business positions across corporate. An MBA in Marketing offers students a plethora of opportunities which varies all across the domains in the competitive dynamic word. The students who hope to join this program are given platforms to improve their interpersonal skills, convincing style, leadership, analytical ability, creative thinking and a taste for teamwork. The MBA marketing specialization explores a number of subjects: Retail Management, Advertising and Public relations, Consumer behaviour, Strategic Brand Management, Sales Management & Negotiation Skills, Strategic marketing management, Distribution and Supply Chain Management and Digital Marketing.
The marketing major provides students with the know-how of marketing strategy frameworks to implement techniques to improve customer experience and a wide array of skills to excel in the current fast moving, dynamic and diverse marketplace. The Marketing Club of the department is engaged continuously and consistently in activities aimed at providing students a real time hands on experience, develop industry connects and polish their critical thinking and decision making skills through a plethora of activities including CEO talks, Management Games, Conference, Workshops, Simulation exercises, Field visits, Internships and other such industry interactive initiatives. The marketing graduates can pursue innumerable marketing roles across all sectors. The entry-level jobs include Management trainees, Business Development Executives/Managers, Account Managers, Sales/Sr. Sales Executive, Asst. Managers Sales/Marketing, Business Analyst, and Market Research Analyst. With the relevant experience, the professionals can graduate to the profiles of Marketing Manager, Brand Manager, Sales Manager, Product Manager, Market Research Analyst, Media Planner, Corporate Sales Manager, Digital Marketing Manager and Product Manager.

 

Finance

The knowledge of finance is an integral part of any economy and an overriding aspect of businesses as well as industries today. The Finance Specialization builds foundations for both practical and theoretical knowledge of the key concepts in finance. The curriculum and teaching pedagogy is meticulously designed to enhance the analytical skills of the students. This aids in building a decision making and problem-solving ability. Students learn to analyse the company's reports, forecast economic trends, strategize to maximise the stock values, balance risk and profitability, investment portfolio management in addition to understand the principles of financial risk management. The MBA-Finance specialization prepares students for careers in Corporate Finance, Personal Finance & Financial Services industry with job profiles like Investment Banking Associates, Research Analyst, Equity Researcher, Credit Managers, Finance Controller and many more. The selection of specialization courses is made after detailed discussions with industry experts. There are immense job opportunities in the private and public sector. They can get an opportunity to work in the stock market or any finance related organizations too. Besides this, anyone armed with finance specialization can also run their own business independently. With its uniquely-crafted syllabus, on-campus training, live projects and guidance of experienced faculty, finance specialization prepares students for the challenges of the finance world and equips them with the confidence to succeed. The department also hosts the Finance Club which ensures to have Corporate Talks, Guest Lectures, Finance Debate, Finance Quiz Competitions, Stock Mock Competition etc.

 

Human Resource

The increased technological innovations have pushed up the demand for specialist HR professionals with the ability to harness the power of such automation and advancements. MBA with Human Resource specialization is a good career option as it presents several opportunities for career growth. The graduate will gain knowledge of HR management and strategy that prepare for a career as a well-rounded Human Resources Practitioner. The specialization provides students with the knowledge and skills with experiential learning opportunities to analyze human capital management, design compensation, talent management, performance management, training and development etc. The pedagogy of the course is interactive and helps to groom HR professionals with cutting-edge expertise in HRM that help students understand the theoretical basis for the courses under HR and provide a practical understanding of the functional roles of a HR professional work. The subjects under HR course are diligently chosen to gain advanced knowledge and skills that mould the graduate as a well-rounded human resources generalist. The learning explores them to the various aspects of the most recent HR functions such as HR analytics, Strategic HRM which are relevant in the present organizations. The HR analytics course is designed to focus on the application of skills from the Data Based HR Decision Making Towards the end of the specializations’ course, the students will become competent to develop their career in HR. The SIP and CIP projects will also mould them to gain exposure with the to today’s changing job landscape with the new norms of the blended mode of the future work style which paves way for the new trends in HRM. This course will also serve to familiarize students who desire to become Compensation and Benefits analyst, Digital HR specialist, Strategic HR Business partners etc.

 

 

 

 

 

CHRIST

(Deemed to be University)

Mariam Nagar, Meerut Road, Delhi NCR
Ghaziabad - 201003
Telephone :01206666100

Tel: 1800-123-3212

Email: mail.ncr@christuniversity.in

Web: http://www.ncr.christuniversity.in

Vision

EXCELLENCE AND SERVICE

Mission

CHRIST (Deemed to be University) is a nurturing ground for an individual's holistic development to make effective contribution to the society in a dynamic environment.

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