Information Technologies

Computer Centre

Computer Labs: Students, faculty, and staff from all departments may use the facilities of the computer lab equipped with networked computers, professional software suites, scanners, printers, and related equipment.

The Computer lab specializes in digitization of high volume of raw data for comprehensive e-governance projects, Data capturing and transmitting, need based solution, technology integration etc. All computer labs offer 2-sided black and white laser printing.

Student accounts are automatically enabled to print, and charges are processed via their student portal

ii. Software: An extensive software library is maintained in all labs. Instructors may request specific software for course use.

Mobile apps

The CHRIST (Deemed To Be University) Delhi NCR, Mobile app is an initiative to improve the mobile experience of students, faculty, staff, visitors, and neighbours who interact with the campus and community. Released in April 2014, CIM 2.0 is the latest version of the application with a number of functional, design, and content enhancements. CIM CIM2.0 now has native applications for Android and iOS operating systems, as well as a mobile web application accessible to on smartphones.


Apps available with CHRIST Mobile platform include:

  • Messages – Receive targeted alerts about class cancellations, club events, weather advisories,
  • emergency notifications and more directly from the mobile application on your phone.
  • Calendar – Keep better track of important College, class and extracurricular activities and events.
  • News – Get the latest up-to-the minute information about what's happening on and around
  • campus.
  • Videos – Post and view videos for class and entertainment right from your mobile device
  • Photos – Post and view Photos for class and entertainment right from your mobile device
  • Attendance – Keep track of daily attendance
  • Results – Get all the Exam results in one click
  • Live TV– Watch the live programs in and around the campus