Programme Details

BBA (Business Analytics/Honours/Honours with Research)

  • Pune Lavasa Campus
  • Open From : 08-Jun-2024
  • Open Until : 19-Jun-2024


The School of Business and Management, BBA, strives to create socially responsible leaders while strengthening their abilities to be valuable corporate citizens. The school is committed to its prime client in developing the skill sets to solve social problems.
The department has constructed its academic and learning deliverable based on its mission and vision. The off-campus offers a undergraduate management program with HR, Marketing, Supply Chain, Operations and Finance at the core of all functionalities of Business.  The programme moves beyond just looking at business perspective to see the problem solving and decision making techniques for better business sustainability.
Together with their academics, our students are actively interested in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. We also ensure that each student is assigned a faculty mentor who will stick with them and provide ongoing guidance and mentorship. Students must do Social Concern project where they will doing a service learning concept in the NGOs. Students must complete a 8-week summer internship programme on real-world business initiatives as a stepping stone to their subsequent work experience. Students must publish a research paper at the final year of their course to enhance knowledge through scientific theories, concepts, and ideas. We have effectively managed academic (including assessments and evaluations) and extracurricular activities through a variety of online channels, ensuring that our students remain in regular contact with us.

 

CHRIST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT ASSOCATION (CUSBMA) – A STUDENT DRIVEN BODY IN SKILL DEVELOPMENT

  • MELANGE 

An inter-institutional gathering designed for participants under the age of 23. The ever-growing and prospering students' team has developed this event. At the heart of our event lies the Model United Nations segment. In this era of economic prosperity, nationalism, and transformative technology, Melange MUN stands as a beacon for diplomacy and leadership excellence.

This event, themed after "Sankalp - Diplomacy Amid Crisis," aspires to be more than a conventional meeting of minds. It's a dynamic platform meticulously crafted to ignite comprehensive youth development. We strive to equip participants with the skills necessary to tackle contemporary challenges, fostering an intellectually stimulating environment where delegates refine their public speaking, delve into international relations intricacies, and cultivate critical thinking and complex problem-solving skills. Melange is not just about addressing single issues; it's a revolutionary change with a significant impact and a lasting impression on the students. Our theme encapsulates that addressing multifaceted challenges requires a holistic approach with an eye for detail.

  • EKLAVYA 

It represents our prestigious Annual Business Fest, a distinguished 3-day intra-collegiate celebration. The students of all four UG departments will be allowed to experience six thrilling rounds, which will unfold and leave them on the edge of their seats.

Aligned with the ethos of fostering entrepreneurial acumen, we firmly believe in the significance of equipping every student with this essential skill set for their future endeavors. Consequently, we have meticulously designed Eklavya to be an inclusive event, welcoming participants from all departments across our esteemed campus.

This festival is a unique platform for students to exhibit their exemplary business and entrepreneurship skills through engaging and thought-provoking rounds. Beyond a showcase of talent, Eklavya provides participants with an opportunity for self-assessment and personal growth, akin to the visionary self-monitoring ethos embodied by the legendary figure, "Eklavya" himself.

  • KALEIDO

It is a vibrant cultural open-stage program tailored for the BBA Cluster-2 community to celebrate diversity and creativity. 

Through performances, KALEIDO offers a dynamic platform for students to showcase their talents, express themselves, and engage with various forms of art and culture. From music and dance to poetry and visual arts, KALEIDO embraces the rich tapestry of cultural expressions within the cluster, fostering a sense of unity and appreciation for cultural diversity. The program encourages continuous participation and exploration, ensuring an immersive experience that ignites inspiration and deeper connections within the BBA community.

  • IMPERIO

It is a departmental Business Fest. The event teaches several domains, i.e., SMPR, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship development. 

The diligent group devoted is excited to teach the art of festing and give them real-life examples of how the real world works. The leading cause of organizing an event like this is to provide the participants with a sense of teamwork and hands-on experience of working under stress.

IMPERIO makes the students great festers, researchers, and analyzers. This fest gives the participants a taste of what the real world has to offer through rigorous rounds, judging, and cross-questioning; if they excel in all the domains, they are announced as the kings of the kingdom, known as IMPERIO.

  • GLADIATOR 

This is a department-level Sports and Cultural 15-day-long event. The event is spread over 10 activities and participation from all the classes of BBA. We have Multiple sports and cultural events boosting the essence of team spirit and coordination in the students Introduction of the event:

The energetic and motivated CUBMA TEAM, a group devoted to promoting a lively and supportive community inside our educational institution, organizes the event. The major goal of organizing this event is to provide its members with a much-needed respite, allowing them to refresh their thoughts and unwind from the severe rigors of their academic and extracurricular activities.

The CUSBMA TEAM strives to establish a pleasant and inclusive environment by fostering moments of relaxation and enjoyment, eventually contributing to its members' general well-being and mental health. It is a concerted attempt to encourage a good work-life balance, allowing students to recharge their batteries and return to their duties with renewed vigor and excitement. 

  • INSPIRA

This is the epitome of excellence in inter-college events. INSPIRA is not just an event; it is an experience, a journey of innovation, creativity, and unbridled talent. INSPIRA is a celebration of the diverse talents that flourish within the walls of our esteemed institution. It is a canvas where students from every corner of our university come together to showcase their skills, their ideas, and their dreams. It is a platform that transcends boundaries and invites students from various departments to unite in the spirit of competition and camaraderie. 

Under the broad umbrella of INSPIRA, we have carefully crafted events, each representing a unique facet of excellence: Finance emphasizes financial acumen and investment strategies; HR explores team-building and leadership; Marketing nurtures creative strategies to engage audiences; Entrepreneurship encourages bringing innovative ideas to life; SMPR delves into strategic communication; The Best Manager and Best Management Team segments concentrate on excellence in people management and team leadership. Each module is tailored to develop specific skills, preparing participants for diverse business challenges.

  • ART EXTRAVAGANZA

It is a university and society-level event for Art organized by UMBRICIUS- Marketing Club of CHRIST University School of Business and Management Association (CUSBMA). It is a one-of-a-kind venue for students and student-owned small businesses to display their artistry and handmade goods. It encompasses various art genres, visual arts (such as painting, sculpture, and photography), art exhibitions, art auctions, etc. This event goes beyond traditional art, encompassing diverse creative expressions other than paintings. Small business owners can display and sell artwork and crafty goods at stalls, fostering a vibrant and diverse artistic community. 

Students will be asked to come up with durable art (on canvases), and these pieces will be auctioned off against the work of other students as well. A minimum bid price will be set per piece to try and ensure base amount recovery to the extent possible. A duration of 10 days will be granted to the students to make the required submissions. All the students of the university, staff and non-staff members, and people from Ashiana will be the bidders of the art and spectators of the stalls.

  • MDQ DEBATE

This event is a department-level event, and the purpose is to encourage students from the BBA Department to develop their Public Speaking skills and stimulate the participants’ critical thinking ability. Additionally, the students will participate in various debate-oriented rounds that will ignite their competitive spirits to test their intellectual capabilities and provide a nurturing ground to bring out the best of their skills. 

This debate event offered significant benefits, including enhancing communication skills, developing critical thinking, building confidence, expanding knowledge, fostering networking and collaboration, showcasing talent, engaging the audience, instilling a sense of achievement, promoting the college's image, and providing a learning experience for organizers. Overall, it contributed to the holistic development of participants and promoted an intellectually stimulating campus environment.

  • IGNITE

It is a three-day business fest, which the 2nd year students of BBA organize for the first-year students. Ignite, this exhilarating annual business festival for first-year students only, is a dynamic showcase of diverse talents and skills. Ignite provides a unique platform for budding business enthusiasts to ignite their passions, learn, network, and compete in a vibrant environment of innovation and collaboration, with engaging clubs dedicated to Marketing, Finance, SMPR, MDQ, ED, HRM, and Analytics. Join us for a transformative experience that will lay the groundwork for your future business success.

The Christ University School of Business and Management Association works diligently each year to offer students exciting opportunities to shape their futures by enhancing knowledge, boosting competence, teaching life skills, and instilling values through a variety of competitions that live up to its vision of "Compete, Collaborate, and Create."
Every Friday, the association hosts a variety of events. Events are held specifically in the fields of marketing, finance, human resources, entrepreneurship development, Strategic Management and Public Relation, Analytics. The top teams are chosen for the semi-finals and finals, which take place on stage in front of a large crowd, after preliminary rounds.
IGNITE is an intradepartmental management fest that is organised exclusively for the first-year students of the School of Business and Management comprising of various events like Best Manager, Best Management Team, Debate, HR, Finance, Marketing, Business Plan and Business Quiz. The tagline representing the fest is “Kindle the Festing Spirit” - which also speaks for the intentions of this event; to challenge the young minds and introduce them to the culture of events and festing. The result of this will be a heightened ability to brainstorm and come up with fresh, authentic ideas paired with much-needed techniques. The event also provided the ideal stage for freshmen undergraduate applicants to demonstrate their talent in a variety of activities.
INSPIRA was an inter-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). Students from colleges and universities across the country competed for the title of the undefeated paladins in a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ managerial abilities were put to test in an assortment of perplexing events and challenges of a conflicting reality in an unknown realm. Where the destructible scenarios demanded immediate attention, participants had to devise solutions that meet out-of-the-world concerns. 
The day started with an enthusiastic participation of students, from colleges across India. We saw the Best of Managers and their teams fight against the pressure of being pitted against the clock. We saw the rise and fall of stocks and how future traders plan on handling the news. We saw pitches being delivered in elevators and products being ideated for a better tomorrow. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
All in all, the participants, organizing members and everyone involved walked away with realms of experiences that no time travel can give you!
MELANGE is a unique multi-disciplinary, inter-institutional festival which included a multitude of management, cultural, literary & theatre and e gaming events. The fest consisted of events ranging from business and management to cultural events to literary & theatre to gaming e-sports events. Mélange aimed at bringing the talents of participants across various disciplines such as management, cultural, literary & theater competitions, E-gaming and auction under one platform. The event saw a participation of several institutions from all over the country. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event. The students worked with zeal, came up with innovative ideas in designing the rounds for all the events and decorated the campus and stalls with colorful and creative banners. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event.
IMPERIO was an intra-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). The event was attended by the entire BBA business analytics department. It primarily involved the first and second-year students who competed for the title of the undefeated 8-Bit Gamer with a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ administrative skills were put to the test in a variety of intriguing activities and tasks centered on the event's theme, 8-Bit Games. This gave them the impression that a nostalgic memory can become a real-life situation. There were instances when the event required participants to provide remarkable answers that met the criteria for solving real-world challenges.
The students gave it their all across the two-day event, displaying excitement, competitiveness, and perseverance. Participants demonstrated their tenacity by working against the clock to develop innovative, long-term solutions to "real-world" challenges. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
KALEIDO’23 was conducted on 20th January 2023. This was the first event of the year organized collectively by the class representatives. Each delegate took the leadership in any of the necessary tasks for the execution of the event and carried it out using their own thoughts and various methods. The Kaleido being a cultural event featured numerous forms of entertainment and enjoyment. The purpose of this activity was to provide students more insight into how to effectively plan and carry out an event within a short period. It was an arduous, challenging, and competitive event.

  • Project-based learning

Students take up projects from the second semester onwards, which helps to supplement theoretical knowledge with practical exposure. These projects enable them to understand the finer aspects and relevance of teamwork and also the importance of working in a group. In addition to this faculty use different methodologies to keep the class engaged and facilitate experiential learning through role-plays, case studies, group discussions, flipped class etc.

  • Guest Lecture

Students are given the opportunity to interact with eminent guests from the industry on a regular basis. These guests have vast experience in the industry and their inputs will add immense value to the students in shaping their career dreams. 

  • Workshops

Workshops are conducted on specific domains to equip the students with the required skills as demanded by the industry.
Skill enhancement courses
Students undergo courses specifically in the analytics domain such as R programming, Python etc. to enable them to be industry-ready. These courses are designed and delivered by industry experts who have put in decades of experience in their respective fields.

  • Activity Based learning (ABL)

The department has its unique approach towards teaching and learning.  The practical approach towards teaching and learning by the department is more towards hands-on which helps the students to learn the topics more towards problem solving approach.  Activity based learning is one of the department’s unique practice for all the courses where students were taught based on an activity.  More precisely the department practice outdoor activities more in teaching and learning process. 

  • Activity Based Assessment (ABA)

Traditional method of class room assignment or examination may provide more knowledge.  However, the department believes in affective domain of learning and assessing students.  The assessment is connected with business fest or particular activity where students have to perform task in such events.  The student will be assessed based on the skill produced in such activity.  In such way department believe in psychomotor domain of learning and assessing the students set of skills in the particular course.

  • Field Based Learning (FBL)

Industrial visit is a mandatory practice of the department at least twice a year.  Particular courses are identified which are directly related to the industry and certain topics are chosen from such courses and these topics are delivered in the field by the expert from industry.  Student have to prepare a report and at the end of the visit students will be tested with assessment on their learning experience and the skills required for such field.  Students marks are awarded based on the report and the assessment conducted in the industry. This helps students to learn hands on experience on relevant areas.

  • Industry Integrated Certificate Course(s) (IICC)

Student will be offered every semester at least one industry integrated certificate course which are from Information Technology integrated.  The certificate training will be offered by the Industry individuals for 30 hours and appropriate assessment will be conducted to award certificate from the industry. These certificates are designed for the programme and market needs.

  • Value Added Course (VAC)

The student will also be exposed to value added course in every semester apart from the regular curriculum which are integrated towards the latest trend in the business domain.  The courses are from the field of Fintech, Blockchain for Business, Basic analytics, analytics for business problems, Cryptocurrencies and its operation and so on.  These courses are offered as a value added to the student which are integrated in the programme.  
 

 

The Bachelor's program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa provides the right ambience to enable students in pursuing entrepreneurial ambitions and perform managerial roles as business Consultants and Analysts in an array of industries. The program structure absorbs students to experience various frontages of effectively launching, managing and leading a business venture. With specialization in Business Analytics as the prime focus, the program equips them with skillsets to deftly analyze and segregate huge data for relevant decision making. 

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO1    Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2    Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3    Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

PLO 1.1    Demonstrate awareness of social issues
PLO 1.2    Identify ethical issues in business
PLO 1.3    Compare ethical practices in different contexts
PLO 1.4    Analyze stakeholder impact on social issues
PLO 1.5    Evaluate ethical perspectives of business actions
PLO 1.6    Propose initiatives to address social issues

Functional Knowledge and Application

PLO 2.1    Demonstrate understanding of concepts/theories of management
PLO 2.2    Utilize domain specific concepts/techniques to address business problems
PLO 2.3    Examine business decisions with cross functional lens
PLO 2.4    Compare organisational practices to theoretical frameworks
PLO 2.5    Estimate relevance of management theories in business scenarios

 

Communication

PLO 3.1    Summarize key facts with clarity
PLO 3.2    Organize content with appropriate structure and style
PLO 3.3    Choose appropriate language (verbal and non-verbal) while expressing views
PLO 3.4    Demonstrate clarity and coherence in writing
PLO 3.5    Develop documents with appropriate structure and style

 

 

Problem Solving

PLO 4.1    Outline relevant facts in the context
PLO 4.2    Identify causes of the problem
PLO 4.3    List relevant assumptions
PLO 4.4    Choose appropriate framework for analysis
PLO 4.5    Propose possible solutions with their implications

Analytical Acumen

PLO 5.1    Demonstrate and understanding of various sources of credible data
PLO 5.2    Identify discrepancies/inconsistencies in the data
PLO 5.3    Analyze trends, patterns or connections in the data
PLO 5.4    Interpret results of data analysis to aid business making
PLO 5.5    Design data visualization-based dashboards for business

 

The Bachelors program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to beUniversity), Lavasa prepares young minds with a positive outlook for excellentperformance and committed service.Students will acquire requisite skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of a changing business environment, develop the ability to critically analyze emergingbusiness issues, and develop insights from huge amount of business data. Some of the programme outcomes are:

PO1    Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity.
PO2    Functional Knowledge and Application
PO3    Communication
PO4    Problem Solving
PSO    Analytical Acumen

 

The teaching methods used by the faculty members include lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work. In a lecture period, an academic staff member or a visiting lecturer presents ideas or information to a body of students. Seminar assessments act as a platform to discuss ideas with students. The discussion is led by a member of the staff or a nominated student and moderated by one or more staff members. In a tutorial, the students solve problems under the guidance of a staff member with whom they can also discuss the information presented in a previous lecture. 

In each field, the time allocated over the semester to lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work is at the discretion of the lecturer involved. While more formal instruction (studies and laboratory work) necessarily constitutes an essential aspect of the work, tutorials and, to a lesser extent, seminars are of value in providing time for students to discuss their problems with staff members.

 

| Overview

The undergraduate programme in Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is offered by the School of Business and Management as a platform to prepare young minds with a positive attitude for excellent performance and committed service. It enables students to pursue their entrepreneurial ambitions. The curriculum for the four year programme (8 Semesters), has been designed to enable the students to get an overview of the various aspects related to launching and managing a business effectively; as well as giving them an opportunity to specialize in a functional area of management that they would like to pursue in their careers. The BBA programme provides students with the opportunity for multi-disciplinary learning through various generic electives. The programme focuses on developing and equipping students to meet the managerial challenges of the 21st century. The ability to work in teams is also focused upon as a key skill to be developed for success in the work-place. 
The programme also aims to develop the student’s independent thinking, decision-making capability and research aptitude. Learning is enhanced through many pedagogical tools like case studies, presentations, internships, research projects, industrial visits, and guest lecturers from a pool of industry experts. Aimed at the holistic development of the students, the Department facilitates participation in various National and International fests. It also conducts many curricular and co-curricular activities on a regular basis. Social responsibility is a thrust area and students are encouraged to participate in community development initiatives.
In addition to developing research skills, students pursuing their 4th year in Honours with research will also be eligible to apply for PhD programs around the world.

| Why choose this course?

  • Entrepreneurial Preparation
  • Comprehensive Curriculum
  • Multi-disciplinary Learning
  • Teamwork Emphasis
  • Critical Thinking and Decision-Making
  • Industry-Relevant Exposure

| What will you learn?

Business Fundamentals: Acquire a solid understanding of core business principles, providing a foundational knowledge of organizational dynamics, operations, and strategy.
Entrepreneurship: Develop skills and insights necessary for entrepreneurship, including business launch and effective management, fostering a mindset for innovation and risk-taking.
Management Specialization: Choose a functional area of management to specialize in, tailoring the learning experience to align with specific career aspirations and industry demands.
Team Collaboration: Cultivate the ability to work seamlessly in teams, recognizing the importance of collaborative efforts in achieving organizational goals and navigating professional environments.

 

 

The School of Business and Management, BBA, strives to create socially responsible leaders while strengthening their abilities to be valuable corporate citizens. The school is committed to its prime client in developing the skill sets to solve social problems.
The department has constructed its academic and learning deliverable based on its mission and vision. The off-campus offers a undergraduate management program with HR, Marketing, Supply Chain, Operations and Finance at the core of all functionalities of Business.  The programme moves beyond just looking at business perspective to see the problem solving and decision making techniques for better business sustainability.
Together with their academics, our students are actively interested in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. We also ensure that each student is assigned a faculty mentor who will stick with them and provide ongoing guidance and mentorship. Students must do Social Concern project where they will doing a service learning concept in the NGOs. Students must complete a 8-week summer internship programme on real-world business initiatives as a stepping stone to their subsequent work experience. Students must publish a research paper at the final year of their course to enhance knowledge through scientific theories, concepts, and ideas. We have effectively managed academic (including assessments and evaluations) and extracurricular activities through a variety of online channels, ensuring that our students remain in regular contact with us.

 

CHRIST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT ASSOCATION (CUSBMA) – A STUDENT DRIVEN BODY IN SKILL DEVELOPMENT

  • MELANGE 

An inter-institutional gathering designed for participants under the age of 23. The ever-growing and prospering students' team has developed this event. At the heart of our event lies the Model United Nations segment. In this era of economic prosperity, nationalism, and transformative technology, Melange MUN stands as a beacon for diplomacy and leadership excellence.

This event, themed after "Sankalp - Diplomacy Amid Crisis," aspires to be more than a conventional meeting of minds. It's a dynamic platform meticulously crafted to ignite comprehensive youth development. We strive to equip participants with the skills necessary to tackle contemporary challenges, fostering an intellectually stimulating environment where delegates refine their public speaking, delve into international relations intricacies, and cultivate critical thinking and complex problem-solving skills. Melange is not just about addressing single issues; it's a revolutionary change with a significant impact and a lasting impression on the students. Our theme encapsulates that addressing multifaceted challenges requires a holistic approach with an eye for detail.

  • EKLAVYA 

It represents our prestigious Annual Business Fest, a distinguished 3-day intra-collegiate celebration. The students of all four UG departments will be allowed to experience six thrilling rounds, which will unfold and leave them on the edge of their seats.

Aligned with the ethos of fostering entrepreneurial acumen, we firmly believe in the significance of equipping every student with this essential skill set for their future endeavors. Consequently, we have meticulously designed Eklavya to be an inclusive event, welcoming participants from all departments across our esteemed campus.

This festival is a unique platform for students to exhibit their exemplary business and entrepreneurship skills through engaging and thought-provoking rounds. Beyond a showcase of talent, Eklavya provides participants with an opportunity for self-assessment and personal growth, akin to the visionary self-monitoring ethos embodied by the legendary figure, "Eklavya" himself.

  • KALEIDO

It is a vibrant cultural open-stage program tailored for the BBA Cluster-2 community to celebrate diversity and creativity. 

Through performances, KALEIDO offers a dynamic platform for students to showcase their talents, express themselves, and engage with various forms of art and culture. From music and dance to poetry and visual arts, KALEIDO embraces the rich tapestry of cultural expressions within the cluster, fostering a sense of unity and appreciation for cultural diversity. The program encourages continuous participation and exploration, ensuring an immersive experience that ignites inspiration and deeper connections within the BBA community.

  • IMPERIO

It is a departmental Business Fest. The event teaches several domains, i.e., SMPR, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship development. 

The diligent group devoted is excited to teach the art of festing and give them real-life examples of how the real world works. The leading cause of organizing an event like this is to provide the participants with a sense of teamwork and hands-on experience of working under stress.

IMPERIO makes the students great festers, researchers, and analyzers. This fest gives the participants a taste of what the real world has to offer through rigorous rounds, judging, and cross-questioning; if they excel in all the domains, they are announced as the kings of the kingdom, known as IMPERIO.

  • GLADIATOR 

This is a department-level Sports and Cultural 15-day-long event. The event is spread over 10 activities and participation from all the classes of BBA. We have Multiple sports and cultural events boosting the essence of team spirit and coordination in the students Introduction of the event:

The energetic and motivated CUBMA TEAM, a group devoted to promoting a lively and supportive community inside our educational institution, organizes the event. The major goal of organizing this event is to provide its members with a much-needed respite, allowing them to refresh their thoughts and unwind from the severe rigors of their academic and extracurricular activities.

The CUSBMA TEAM strives to establish a pleasant and inclusive environment by fostering moments of relaxation and enjoyment, eventually contributing to its members' general well-being and mental health. It is a concerted attempt to encourage a good work-life balance, allowing students to recharge their batteries and return to their duties with renewed vigor and excitement. 

  • INSPIRA

This is the epitome of excellence in inter-college events. INSPIRA is not just an event; it is an experience, a journey of innovation, creativity, and unbridled talent. INSPIRA is a celebration of the diverse talents that flourish within the walls of our esteemed institution. It is a canvas where students from every corner of our university come together to showcase their skills, their ideas, and their dreams. It is a platform that transcends boundaries and invites students from various departments to unite in the spirit of competition and camaraderie. 

Under the broad umbrella of INSPIRA, we have carefully crafted events, each representing a unique facet of excellence: Finance emphasizes financial acumen and investment strategies; HR explores team-building and leadership; Marketing nurtures creative strategies to engage audiences; Entrepreneurship encourages bringing innovative ideas to life; SMPR delves into strategic communication; The Best Manager and Best Management Team segments concentrate on excellence in people management and team leadership. Each module is tailored to develop specific skills, preparing participants for diverse business challenges.

  • ART EXTRAVAGANZA

It is a university and society-level event for Art organized by UMBRICIUS- Marketing Club of CHRIST University School of Business and Management Association (CUSBMA). It is a one-of-a-kind venue for students and student-owned small businesses to display their artistry and handmade goods. It encompasses various art genres, visual arts (such as painting, sculpture, and photography), art exhibitions, art auctions, etc. This event goes beyond traditional art, encompassing diverse creative expressions other than paintings. Small business owners can display and sell artwork and crafty goods at stalls, fostering a vibrant and diverse artistic community. 

Students will be asked to come up with durable art (on canvases), and these pieces will be auctioned off against the work of other students as well. A minimum bid price will be set per piece to try and ensure base amount recovery to the extent possible. A duration of 10 days will be granted to the students to make the required submissions. All the students of the university, staff and non-staff members, and people from Ashiana will be the bidders of the art and spectators of the stalls.

  • MDQ DEBATE

This event is a department-level event, and the purpose is to encourage students from the BBA Department to develop their Public Speaking skills and stimulate the participants’ critical thinking ability. Additionally, the students will participate in various debate-oriented rounds that will ignite their competitive spirits to test their intellectual capabilities and provide a nurturing ground to bring out the best of their skills. 

This debate event offered significant benefits, including enhancing communication skills, developing critical thinking, building confidence, expanding knowledge, fostering networking and collaboration, showcasing talent, engaging the audience, instilling a sense of achievement, promoting the college's image, and providing a learning experience for organizers. Overall, it contributed to the holistic development of participants and promoted an intellectually stimulating campus environment.

  • IGNITE

It is a three-day business fest, which the 2nd year students of BBA organize for the first-year students. Ignite, this exhilarating annual business festival for first-year students only, is a dynamic showcase of diverse talents and skills. Ignite provides a unique platform for budding business enthusiasts to ignite their passions, learn, network, and compete in a vibrant environment of innovation and collaboration, with engaging clubs dedicated to Marketing, Finance, SMPR, MDQ, ED, HRM, and Analytics. Join us for a transformative experience that will lay the groundwork for your future business success.

The Christ University School of Business and Management Association works diligently each year to offer students exciting opportunities to shape their futures by enhancing knowledge, boosting competence, teaching life skills, and instilling values through a variety of competitions that live up to its vision of "Compete, Collaborate, and Create."
Every Friday, the association hosts a variety of events. Events are held specifically in the fields of marketing, finance, human resources, entrepreneurship development, Strategic Management and Public Relation, Analytics. The top teams are chosen for the semi-finals and finals, which take place on stage in front of a large crowd, after preliminary rounds.
IGNITE is an intradepartmental management fest that is organised exclusively for the first-year students of the School of Business and Management comprising of various events like Best Manager, Best Management Team, Debate, HR, Finance, Marketing, Business Plan and Business Quiz. The tagline representing the fest is “Kindle the Festing Spirit” - which also speaks for the intentions of this event; to challenge the young minds and introduce them to the culture of events and festing. The result of this will be a heightened ability to brainstorm and come up with fresh, authentic ideas paired with much-needed techniques. The event also provided the ideal stage for freshmen undergraduate applicants to demonstrate their talent in a variety of activities.
INSPIRA was an inter-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). Students from colleges and universities across the country competed for the title of the undefeated paladins in a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ managerial abilities were put to test in an assortment of perplexing events and challenges of a conflicting reality in an unknown realm. Where the destructible scenarios demanded immediate attention, participants had to devise solutions that meet out-of-the-world concerns. 
The day started with an enthusiastic participation of students, from colleges across India. We saw the Best of Managers and their teams fight against the pressure of being pitted against the clock. We saw the rise and fall of stocks and how future traders plan on handling the news. We saw pitches being delivered in elevators and products being ideated for a better tomorrow. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
All in all, the participants, organizing members and everyone involved walked away with realms of experiences that no time travel can give you!
MELANGE is a unique multi-disciplinary, inter-institutional festival which included a multitude of management, cultural, literary & theatre and e gaming events. The fest consisted of events ranging from business and management to cultural events to literary & theatre to gaming e-sports events. Mélange aimed at bringing the talents of participants across various disciplines such as management, cultural, literary & theater competitions, E-gaming and auction under one platform. The event saw a participation of several institutions from all over the country. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event. The students worked with zeal, came up with innovative ideas in designing the rounds for all the events and decorated the campus and stalls with colorful and creative banners. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event.
IMPERIO was an intra-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). The event was attended by the entire BBA business analytics department. It primarily involved the first and second-year students who competed for the title of the undefeated 8-Bit Gamer with a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ administrative skills were put to the test in a variety of intriguing activities and tasks centered on the event's theme, 8-Bit Games. This gave them the impression that a nostalgic memory can become a real-life situation. There were instances when the event required participants to provide remarkable answers that met the criteria for solving real-world challenges.
The students gave it their all across the two-day event, displaying excitement, competitiveness, and perseverance. Participants demonstrated their tenacity by working against the clock to develop innovative, long-term solutions to "real-world" challenges. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
KALEIDO’23 was conducted on 20th January 2023. This was the first event of the year organized collectively by the class representatives. Each delegate took the leadership in any of the necessary tasks for the execution of the event and carried it out using their own thoughts and various methods. The Kaleido being a cultural event featured numerous forms of entertainment and enjoyment. The purpose of this activity was to provide students more insight into how to effectively plan and carry out an event within a short period. It was an arduous, challenging, and competitive event.

  • Project-based learning

Students take up projects from the second semester onwards, which helps to supplement theoretical knowledge with practical exposure. These projects enable them to understand the finer aspects and relevance of teamwork and also the importance of working in a group. In addition to this faculty use different methodologies to keep the class engaged and facilitate experiential learning through role-plays, case studies, group discussions, flipped class etc.

  • Guest Lecture

Students are given the opportunity to interact with eminent guests from the industry on a regular basis. These guests have vast experience in the industry and their inputs will add immense value to the students in shaping their career dreams. 

  • Workshops

Workshops are conducted on specific domains to equip the students with the required skills as demanded by the industry.
Skill enhancement courses
Students undergo courses specifically in the analytics domain such as R programming, Python etc. to enable them to be industry-ready. These courses are designed and delivered by industry experts who have put in decades of experience in their respective fields.

  • Activity Based learning (ABL)

The department has its unique approach towards teaching and learning.  The practical approach towards teaching and learning by the department is more towards hands-on which helps the students to learn the topics more towards problem solving approach.  Activity based learning is one of the department’s unique practice for all the courses where students were taught based on an activity.  More precisely the department practice outdoor activities more in teaching and learning process. 

  • Activity Based Assessment (ABA)

Traditional method of class room assignment or examination may provide more knowledge.  However, the department believes in affective domain of learning and assessing students.  The assessment is connected with business fest or particular activity where students have to perform task in such events.  The student will be assessed based on the skill produced in such activity.  In such way department believe in psychomotor domain of learning and assessing the students set of skills in the particular course.

  • Field Based Learning (FBL)

Industrial visit is a mandatory practice of the department at least twice a year.  Particular courses are identified which are directly related to the industry and certain topics are chosen from such courses and these topics are delivered in the field by the expert from industry.  Student have to prepare a report and at the end of the visit students will be tested with assessment on their learning experience and the skills required for such field.  Students marks are awarded based on the report and the assessment conducted in the industry. This helps students to learn hands on experience on relevant areas.

  • Industry Integrated Certificate Course(s) (IICC)

Student will be offered every semester at least one industry integrated certificate course which are from Information Technology integrated.  The certificate training will be offered by the Industry individuals for 30 hours and appropriate assessment will be conducted to award certificate from the industry. These certificates are designed for the programme and market needs.

  • Value Added Course (VAC)

The student will also be exposed to value added course in every semester apart from the regular curriculum which are integrated towards the latest trend in the business domain.  The courses are from the field of Fintech, Blockchain for Business, Basic analytics, analytics for business problems, Cryptocurrencies and its operation and so on.  These courses are offered as a value added to the student which are integrated in the programme.  
 

 

The Bachelor's program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa provides the right ambience to enable students in pursuing entrepreneurial ambitions and perform managerial roles as business Consultants and Analysts in an array of industries. The program structure absorbs students to experience various frontages of effectively launching, managing and leading a business venture. With specialization in Business Analytics as the prime focus, the program equips them with skillsets to deftly analyze and segregate huge data for relevant decision making. 

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO1    Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2    Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3    Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

PLO 1.1    Demonstrate awareness of social issues
PLO 1.2    Identify ethical issues in business
PLO 1.3    Compare ethical practices in different contexts
PLO 1.4    Analyze stakeholder impact on social issues
PLO 1.5    Evaluate ethical perspectives of business actions
PLO 1.6    Propose initiatives to address social issues

Functional Knowledge and Application

PLO 2.1    Demonstrate understanding of concepts/theories of management
PLO 2.2    Utilize domain specific concepts/techniques to address business problems
PLO 2.3    Examine business decisions with cross functional lens
PLO 2.4    Compare organisational practices to theoretical frameworks
PLO 2.5    Estimate relevance of management theories in business scenarios

 

Communication

PLO 3.1    Summarize key facts with clarity
PLO 3.2    Organize content with appropriate structure and style
PLO 3.3    Choose appropriate language (verbal and non-verbal) while expressing views
PLO 3.4    Demonstrate clarity and coherence in writing
PLO 3.5    Develop documents with appropriate structure and style

 

 

Problem Solving

PLO 4.1    Outline relevant facts in the context
PLO 4.2    Identify causes of the problem
PLO 4.3    List relevant assumptions
PLO 4.4    Choose appropriate framework for analysis
PLO 4.5    Propose possible solutions with their implications

Analytical Acumen

PLO 5.1    Demonstrate and understanding of various sources of credible data
PLO 5.2    Identify discrepancies/inconsistencies in the data
PLO 5.3    Analyze trends, patterns or connections in the data
PLO 5.4    Interpret results of data analysis to aid business making
PLO 5.5    Design data visualization-based dashboards for business

 

The Bachelors program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to beUniversity), Lavasa prepares young minds with a positive outlook for excellentperformance and committed service.Students will acquire requisite skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of a changing business environment, develop the ability to critically analyze emergingbusiness issues, and develop insights from huge amount of business data. Some of the programme outcomes are:

PO1    Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity.
PO2    Functional Knowledge and Application
PO3    Communication
PO4    Problem Solving
PSO    Analytical Acumen

 

The teaching methods used by the faculty members include lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work. In a lecture period, an academic staff member or a visiting lecturer presents ideas or information to a body of students. Seminar assessments act as a platform to discuss ideas with students. The discussion is led by a member of the staff or a nominated student and moderated by one or more staff members. In a tutorial, the students solve problems under the guidance of a staff member with whom they can also discuss the information presented in a previous lecture. 

In each field, the time allocated over the semester to lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work is at the discretion of the lecturer involved. While more formal instruction (studies and laboratory work) necessarily constitutes an essential aspect of the work, tutorials and, to a lesser extent, seminars are of value in providing time for students to discuss their problems with staff members.

 

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

  • Foreign citizens,
  • PIO card holders and
  • 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

The School of Business and Management, BBA, strives to create socially responsible leaders while strengthening their abilities to be valuable corporate citizens. The school is committed to its prime client in developing the skill sets to solve social problems.
The department has constructed its academic and learning deliverable based on its mission and vision. The off-campus offers a undergraduate management program with HR, Marketing, Supply Chain, Operations and Finance at the core of all functionalities of Business.  The programme moves beyond just looking at business perspective to see the problem solving and decision making techniques for better business sustainability.
Together with their academics, our students are actively interested in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. We also ensure that each student is assigned a faculty mentor who will stick with them and provide ongoing guidance and mentorship. Students must do Social Concern project where they will doing a service learning concept in the NGOs. Students must complete a 8-week summer internship programme on real-world business initiatives as a stepping stone to their subsequent work experience. Students must publish a research paper at the final year of their course to enhance knowledge through scientific theories, concepts, and ideas. We have effectively managed academic (including assessments and evaluations) and extracurricular activities through a variety of online channels, ensuring that our students remain in regular contact with us.

 

CHRIST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT ASSOCATION (CUSBMA) – A STUDENT DRIVEN BODY IN SKILL DEVELOPMENT

  • MELANGE 

An inter-institutional gathering designed for participants under the age of 23. The ever-growing and prospering students' team has developed this event. At the heart of our event lies the Model United Nations segment. In this era of economic prosperity, nationalism, and transformative technology, Melange MUN stands as a beacon for diplomacy and leadership excellence.

This event, themed after "Sankalp - Diplomacy Amid Crisis," aspires to be more than a conventional meeting of minds. It's a dynamic platform meticulously crafted to ignite comprehensive youth development. We strive to equip participants with the skills necessary to tackle contemporary challenges, fostering an intellectually stimulating environment where delegates refine their public speaking, delve into international relations intricacies, and cultivate critical thinking and complex problem-solving skills. Melange is not just about addressing single issues; it's a revolutionary change with a significant impact and a lasting impression on the students. Our theme encapsulates that addressing multifaceted challenges requires a holistic approach with an eye for detail.

  • EKLAVYA 

It represents our prestigious Annual Business Fest, a distinguished 3-day intra-collegiate celebration. The students of all four UG departments will be allowed to experience six thrilling rounds, which will unfold and leave them on the edge of their seats.

Aligned with the ethos of fostering entrepreneurial acumen, we firmly believe in the significance of equipping every student with this essential skill set for their future endeavors. Consequently, we have meticulously designed Eklavya to be an inclusive event, welcoming participants from all departments across our esteemed campus.

This festival is a unique platform for students to exhibit their exemplary business and entrepreneurship skills through engaging and thought-provoking rounds. Beyond a showcase of talent, Eklavya provides participants with an opportunity for self-assessment and personal growth, akin to the visionary self-monitoring ethos embodied by the legendary figure, "Eklavya" himself.

  • KALEIDO

It is a vibrant cultural open-stage program tailored for the BBA Cluster-2 community to celebrate diversity and creativity. 

Through performances, KALEIDO offers a dynamic platform for students to showcase their talents, express themselves, and engage with various forms of art and culture. From music and dance to poetry and visual arts, KALEIDO embraces the rich tapestry of cultural expressions within the cluster, fostering a sense of unity and appreciation for cultural diversity. The program encourages continuous participation and exploration, ensuring an immersive experience that ignites inspiration and deeper connections within the BBA community.

  • IMPERIO

It is a departmental Business Fest. The event teaches several domains, i.e., SMPR, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship development. 

The diligent group devoted is excited to teach the art of festing and give them real-life examples of how the real world works. The leading cause of organizing an event like this is to provide the participants with a sense of teamwork and hands-on experience of working under stress.

IMPERIO makes the students great festers, researchers, and analyzers. This fest gives the participants a taste of what the real world has to offer through rigorous rounds, judging, and cross-questioning; if they excel in all the domains, they are announced as the kings of the kingdom, known as IMPERIO.

  • GLADIATOR 

This is a department-level Sports and Cultural 15-day-long event. The event is spread over 10 activities and participation from all the classes of BBA. We have Multiple sports and cultural events boosting the essence of team spirit and coordination in the students Introduction of the event:

The energetic and motivated CUBMA TEAM, a group devoted to promoting a lively and supportive community inside our educational institution, organizes the event. The major goal of organizing this event is to provide its members with a much-needed respite, allowing them to refresh their thoughts and unwind from the severe rigors of their academic and extracurricular activities.

The CUSBMA TEAM strives to establish a pleasant and inclusive environment by fostering moments of relaxation and enjoyment, eventually contributing to its members' general well-being and mental health. It is a concerted attempt to encourage a good work-life balance, allowing students to recharge their batteries and return to their duties with renewed vigor and excitement. 

  • INSPIRA

This is the epitome of excellence in inter-college events. INSPIRA is not just an event; it is an experience, a journey of innovation, creativity, and unbridled talent. INSPIRA is a celebration of the diverse talents that flourish within the walls of our esteemed institution. It is a canvas where students from every corner of our university come together to showcase their skills, their ideas, and their dreams. It is a platform that transcends boundaries and invites students from various departments to unite in the spirit of competition and camaraderie. 

Under the broad umbrella of INSPIRA, we have carefully crafted events, each representing a unique facet of excellence: Finance emphasizes financial acumen and investment strategies; HR explores team-building and leadership; Marketing nurtures creative strategies to engage audiences; Entrepreneurship encourages bringing innovative ideas to life; SMPR delves into strategic communication; The Best Manager and Best Management Team segments concentrate on excellence in people management and team leadership. Each module is tailored to develop specific skills, preparing participants for diverse business challenges.

  • ART EXTRAVAGANZA

It is a university and society-level event for Art organized by UMBRICIUS- Marketing Club of CHRIST University School of Business and Management Association (CUSBMA). It is a one-of-a-kind venue for students and student-owned small businesses to display their artistry and handmade goods. It encompasses various art genres, visual arts (such as painting, sculpture, and photography), art exhibitions, art auctions, etc. This event goes beyond traditional art, encompassing diverse creative expressions other than paintings. Small business owners can display and sell artwork and crafty goods at stalls, fostering a vibrant and diverse artistic community. 

Students will be asked to come up with durable art (on canvases), and these pieces will be auctioned off against the work of other students as well. A minimum bid price will be set per piece to try and ensure base amount recovery to the extent possible. A duration of 10 days will be granted to the students to make the required submissions. All the students of the university, staff and non-staff members, and people from Ashiana will be the bidders of the art and spectators of the stalls.

  • MDQ DEBATE

This event is a department-level event, and the purpose is to encourage students from the BBA Department to develop their Public Speaking skills and stimulate the participants’ critical thinking ability. Additionally, the students will participate in various debate-oriented rounds that will ignite their competitive spirits to test their intellectual capabilities and provide a nurturing ground to bring out the best of their skills. 

This debate event offered significant benefits, including enhancing communication skills, developing critical thinking, building confidence, expanding knowledge, fostering networking and collaboration, showcasing talent, engaging the audience, instilling a sense of achievement, promoting the college's image, and providing a learning experience for organizers. Overall, it contributed to the holistic development of participants and promoted an intellectually stimulating campus environment.

  • IGNITE

It is a three-day business fest, which the 2nd year students of BBA organize for the first-year students. Ignite, this exhilarating annual business festival for first-year students only, is a dynamic showcase of diverse talents and skills. Ignite provides a unique platform for budding business enthusiasts to ignite their passions, learn, network, and compete in a vibrant environment of innovation and collaboration, with engaging clubs dedicated to Marketing, Finance, SMPR, MDQ, ED, HRM, and Analytics. Join us for a transformative experience that will lay the groundwork for your future business success.

The Christ University School of Business and Management Association works diligently each year to offer students exciting opportunities to shape their futures by enhancing knowledge, boosting competence, teaching life skills, and instilling values through a variety of competitions that live up to its vision of "Compete, Collaborate, and Create."
Every Friday, the association hosts a variety of events. Events are held specifically in the fields of marketing, finance, human resources, entrepreneurship development, Strategic Management and Public Relation, Analytics. The top teams are chosen for the semi-finals and finals, which take place on stage in front of a large crowd, after preliminary rounds.
IGNITE is an intradepartmental management fest that is organised exclusively for the first-year students of the School of Business and Management comprising of various events like Best Manager, Best Management Team, Debate, HR, Finance, Marketing, Business Plan and Business Quiz. The tagline representing the fest is “Kindle the Festing Spirit” - which also speaks for the intentions of this event; to challenge the young minds and introduce them to the culture of events and festing. The result of this will be a heightened ability to brainstorm and come up with fresh, authentic ideas paired with much-needed techniques. The event also provided the ideal stage for freshmen undergraduate applicants to demonstrate their talent in a variety of activities.
INSPIRA was an inter-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). Students from colleges and universities across the country competed for the title of the undefeated paladins in a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ managerial abilities were put to test in an assortment of perplexing events and challenges of a conflicting reality in an unknown realm. Where the destructible scenarios demanded immediate attention, participants had to devise solutions that meet out-of-the-world concerns. 
The day started with an enthusiastic participation of students, from colleges across India. We saw the Best of Managers and their teams fight against the pressure of being pitted against the clock. We saw the rise and fall of stocks and how future traders plan on handling the news. We saw pitches being delivered in elevators and products being ideated for a better tomorrow. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
All in all, the participants, organizing members and everyone involved walked away with realms of experiences that no time travel can give you!
MELANGE is a unique multi-disciplinary, inter-institutional festival which included a multitude of management, cultural, literary & theatre and e gaming events. The fest consisted of events ranging from business and management to cultural events to literary & theatre to gaming e-sports events. Mélange aimed at bringing the talents of participants across various disciplines such as management, cultural, literary & theater competitions, E-gaming and auction under one platform. The event saw a participation of several institutions from all over the country. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event. The students worked with zeal, came up with innovative ideas in designing the rounds for all the events and decorated the campus and stalls with colorful and creative banners. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event.
IMPERIO was an intra-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). The event was attended by the entire BBA business analytics department. It primarily involved the first and second-year students who competed for the title of the undefeated 8-Bit Gamer with a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ administrative skills were put to the test in a variety of intriguing activities and tasks centered on the event's theme, 8-Bit Games. This gave them the impression that a nostalgic memory can become a real-life situation. There were instances when the event required participants to provide remarkable answers that met the criteria for solving real-world challenges.
The students gave it their all across the two-day event, displaying excitement, competitiveness, and perseverance. Participants demonstrated their tenacity by working against the clock to develop innovative, long-term solutions to "real-world" challenges. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
KALEIDO’23 was conducted on 20th January 2023. This was the first event of the year organized collectively by the class representatives. Each delegate took the leadership in any of the necessary tasks for the execution of the event and carried it out using their own thoughts and various methods. The Kaleido being a cultural event featured numerous forms of entertainment and enjoyment. The purpose of this activity was to provide students more insight into how to effectively plan and carry out an event within a short period. It was an arduous, challenging, and competitive event.

  • Project-based learning

Students take up projects from the second semester onwards, which helps to supplement theoretical knowledge with practical exposure. These projects enable them to understand the finer aspects and relevance of teamwork and also the importance of working in a group. In addition to this faculty use different methodologies to keep the class engaged and facilitate experiential learning through role-plays, case studies, group discussions, flipped class etc.

  • Guest Lecture

Students are given the opportunity to interact with eminent guests from the industry on a regular basis. These guests have vast experience in the industry and their inputs will add immense value to the students in shaping their career dreams. 

  • Workshops

Workshops are conducted on specific domains to equip the students with the required skills as demanded by the industry.
Skill enhancement courses
Students undergo courses specifically in the analytics domain such as R programming, Python etc. to enable them to be industry-ready. These courses are designed and delivered by industry experts who have put in decades of experience in their respective fields.

  • Activity Based learning (ABL)

The department has its unique approach towards teaching and learning.  The practical approach towards teaching and learning by the department is more towards hands-on which helps the students to learn the topics more towards problem solving approach.  Activity based learning is one of the department’s unique practice for all the courses where students were taught based on an activity.  More precisely the department practice outdoor activities more in teaching and learning process. 

  • Activity Based Assessment (ABA)

Traditional method of class room assignment or examination may provide more knowledge.  However, the department believes in affective domain of learning and assessing students.  The assessment is connected with business fest or particular activity where students have to perform task in such events.  The student will be assessed based on the skill produced in such activity.  In such way department believe in psychomotor domain of learning and assessing the students set of skills in the particular course.

  • Field Based Learning (FBL)

Industrial visit is a mandatory practice of the department at least twice a year.  Particular courses are identified which are directly related to the industry and certain topics are chosen from such courses and these topics are delivered in the field by the expert from industry.  Student have to prepare a report and at the end of the visit students will be tested with assessment on their learning experience and the skills required for such field.  Students marks are awarded based on the report and the assessment conducted in the industry. This helps students to learn hands on experience on relevant areas.

  • Industry Integrated Certificate Course(s) (IICC)

Student will be offered every semester at least one industry integrated certificate course which are from Information Technology integrated.  The certificate training will be offered by the Industry individuals for 30 hours and appropriate assessment will be conducted to award certificate from the industry. These certificates are designed for the programme and market needs.

  • Value Added Course (VAC)

The student will also be exposed to value added course in every semester apart from the regular curriculum which are integrated towards the latest trend in the business domain.  The courses are from the field of Fintech, Blockchain for Business, Basic analytics, analytics for business problems, Cryptocurrencies and its operation and so on.  These courses are offered as a value added to the student which are integrated in the programme.  
 

 

The Bachelor's program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa provides the right ambience to enable students in pursuing entrepreneurial ambitions and perform managerial roles as business Consultants and Analysts in an array of industries. The program structure absorbs students to experience various frontages of effectively launching, managing and leading a business venture. With specialization in Business Analytics as the prime focus, the program equips them with skillsets to deftly analyze and segregate huge data for relevant decision making. 

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO1    Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2    Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3    Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

PLO 1.1    Demonstrate awareness of social issues
PLO 1.2    Identify ethical issues in business
PLO 1.3    Compare ethical practices in different contexts
PLO 1.4    Analyze stakeholder impact on social issues
PLO 1.5    Evaluate ethical perspectives of business actions
PLO 1.6    Propose initiatives to address social issues

Functional Knowledge and Application

PLO 2.1    Demonstrate understanding of concepts/theories of management
PLO 2.2    Utilize domain specific concepts/techniques to address business problems
PLO 2.3    Examine business decisions with cross functional lens
PLO 2.4    Compare organisational practices to theoretical frameworks
PLO 2.5    Estimate relevance of management theories in business scenarios

 

Communication

PLO 3.1    Summarize key facts with clarity
PLO 3.2    Organize content with appropriate structure and style
PLO 3.3    Choose appropriate language (verbal and non-verbal) while expressing views
PLO 3.4    Demonstrate clarity and coherence in writing
PLO 3.5    Develop documents with appropriate structure and style

 

 

Problem Solving

PLO 4.1    Outline relevant facts in the context
PLO 4.2    Identify causes of the problem
PLO 4.3    List relevant assumptions
PLO 4.4    Choose appropriate framework for analysis
PLO 4.5    Propose possible solutions with their implications

Analytical Acumen

PLO 5.1    Demonstrate and understanding of various sources of credible data
PLO 5.2    Identify discrepancies/inconsistencies in the data
PLO 5.3    Analyze trends, patterns or connections in the data
PLO 5.4    Interpret results of data analysis to aid business making
PLO 5.5    Design data visualization-based dashboards for business

 

The Bachelors program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to beUniversity), Lavasa prepares young minds with a positive outlook for excellentperformance and committed service.Students will acquire requisite skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of a changing business environment, develop the ability to critically analyze emergingbusiness issues, and develop insights from huge amount of business data. Some of the programme outcomes are:

PO1    Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity.
PO2    Functional Knowledge and Application
PO3    Communication
PO4    Problem Solving
PSO    Analytical Acumen

 

The teaching methods used by the faculty members include lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work. In a lecture period, an academic staff member or a visiting lecturer presents ideas or information to a body of students. Seminar assessments act as a platform to discuss ideas with students. The discussion is led by a member of the staff or a nominated student and moderated by one or more staff members. In a tutorial, the students solve problems under the guidance of a staff member with whom they can also discuss the information presented in a previous lecture. 

In each field, the time allocated over the semester to lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work is at the discretion of the lecturer involved. While more formal instruction (studies and laboratory work) necessarily constitutes an essential aspect of the work, tutorials and, to a lesser extent, seminars are of value in providing time for students to discuss their problems with staff members.

 

Students who fall under any of the following classifications, at the time of application may apply under NRI Student category and be liable to pay the fees applicable to the category for the entire duration of the course.

  • NRI defined under the Indian Income Tax Law
  • Either of the parents is outside India (except Nepal) on Work Permit / Resident Permit.
  • Indian citizen financed by any Institution /  agency outside India, even if parents are Residents of India.
  • Indian Citizen who has pursued studies for qualifying examination in any foreign / Indian syllabus outside India.
  • Indian citizen pursued studies for qualifying examination in foreign syllabi in India.

Note: If only condition 5 is satisfied, and not conditions 1 to 4 above,NRI student category fee will be applicable only for the first year.
 

The School of Business and Management, BBA, strives to create socially responsible leaders while strengthening their abilities to be valuable corporate citizens. The school is committed to its prime client in developing the skill sets to solve social problems.
The department has constructed its academic and learning deliverable based on its mission and vision. The off-campus offers a undergraduate management program with HR, Marketing, Supply Chain, Operations and Finance at the core of all functionalities of Business.  The programme moves beyond just looking at business perspective to see the problem solving and decision making techniques for better business sustainability.
Together with their academics, our students are actively interested in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. We also ensure that each student is assigned a faculty mentor who will stick with them and provide ongoing guidance and mentorship. Students must do Social Concern project where they will doing a service learning concept in the NGOs. Students must complete a 8-week summer internship programme on real-world business initiatives as a stepping stone to their subsequent work experience. Students must publish a research paper at the final year of their course to enhance knowledge through scientific theories, concepts, and ideas. We have effectively managed academic (including assessments and evaluations) and extracurricular activities through a variety of online channels, ensuring that our students remain in regular contact with us.

 

CHRIST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT ASSOCATION (CUSBMA) – A STUDENT DRIVEN BODY IN SKILL DEVELOPMENT

  • MELANGE 

An inter-institutional gathering designed for participants under the age of 23. The ever-growing and prospering students' team has developed this event. At the heart of our event lies the Model United Nations segment. In this era of economic prosperity, nationalism, and transformative technology, Melange MUN stands as a beacon for diplomacy and leadership excellence.

This event, themed after "Sankalp - Diplomacy Amid Crisis," aspires to be more than a conventional meeting of minds. It's a dynamic platform meticulously crafted to ignite comprehensive youth development. We strive to equip participants with the skills necessary to tackle contemporary challenges, fostering an intellectually stimulating environment where delegates refine their public speaking, delve into international relations intricacies, and cultivate critical thinking and complex problem-solving skills. Melange is not just about addressing single issues; it's a revolutionary change with a significant impact and a lasting impression on the students. Our theme encapsulates that addressing multifaceted challenges requires a holistic approach with an eye for detail.

  • EKLAVYA 

It represents our prestigious Annual Business Fest, a distinguished 3-day intra-collegiate celebration. The students of all four UG departments will be allowed to experience six thrilling rounds, which will unfold and leave them on the edge of their seats.

Aligned with the ethos of fostering entrepreneurial acumen, we firmly believe in the significance of equipping every student with this essential skill set for their future endeavors. Consequently, we have meticulously designed Eklavya to be an inclusive event, welcoming participants from all departments across our esteemed campus.

This festival is a unique platform for students to exhibit their exemplary business and entrepreneurship skills through engaging and thought-provoking rounds. Beyond a showcase of talent, Eklavya provides participants with an opportunity for self-assessment and personal growth, akin to the visionary self-monitoring ethos embodied by the legendary figure, "Eklavya" himself.

  • KALEIDO

It is a vibrant cultural open-stage program tailored for the BBA Cluster-2 community to celebrate diversity and creativity. 

Through performances, KALEIDO offers a dynamic platform for students to showcase their talents, express themselves, and engage with various forms of art and culture. From music and dance to poetry and visual arts, KALEIDO embraces the rich tapestry of cultural expressions within the cluster, fostering a sense of unity and appreciation for cultural diversity. The program encourages continuous participation and exploration, ensuring an immersive experience that ignites inspiration and deeper connections within the BBA community.

  • IMPERIO

It is a departmental Business Fest. The event teaches several domains, i.e., SMPR, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship development. 

The diligent group devoted is excited to teach the art of festing and give them real-life examples of how the real world works. The leading cause of organizing an event like this is to provide the participants with a sense of teamwork and hands-on experience of working under stress.

IMPERIO makes the students great festers, researchers, and analyzers. This fest gives the participants a taste of what the real world has to offer through rigorous rounds, judging, and cross-questioning; if they excel in all the domains, they are announced as the kings of the kingdom, known as IMPERIO.

  • GLADIATOR 

This is a department-level Sports and Cultural 15-day-long event. The event is spread over 10 activities and participation from all the classes of BBA. We have Multiple sports and cultural events boosting the essence of team spirit and coordination in the students Introduction of the event:

The energetic and motivated CUBMA TEAM, a group devoted to promoting a lively and supportive community inside our educational institution, organizes the event. The major goal of organizing this event is to provide its members with a much-needed respite, allowing them to refresh their thoughts and unwind from the severe rigors of their academic and extracurricular activities.

The CUSBMA TEAM strives to establish a pleasant and inclusive environment by fostering moments of relaxation and enjoyment, eventually contributing to its members' general well-being and mental health. It is a concerted attempt to encourage a good work-life balance, allowing students to recharge their batteries and return to their duties with renewed vigor and excitement. 

  • INSPIRA

This is the epitome of excellence in inter-college events. INSPIRA is not just an event; it is an experience, a journey of innovation, creativity, and unbridled talent. INSPIRA is a celebration of the diverse talents that flourish within the walls of our esteemed institution. It is a canvas where students from every corner of our university come together to showcase their skills, their ideas, and their dreams. It is a platform that transcends boundaries and invites students from various departments to unite in the spirit of competition and camaraderie. 

Under the broad umbrella of INSPIRA, we have carefully crafted events, each representing a unique facet of excellence: Finance emphasizes financial acumen and investment strategies; HR explores team-building and leadership; Marketing nurtures creative strategies to engage audiences; Entrepreneurship encourages bringing innovative ideas to life; SMPR delves into strategic communication; The Best Manager and Best Management Team segments concentrate on excellence in people management and team leadership. Each module is tailored to develop specific skills, preparing participants for diverse business challenges.

  • ART EXTRAVAGANZA

It is a university and society-level event for Art organized by UMBRICIUS- Marketing Club of CHRIST University School of Business and Management Association (CUSBMA). It is a one-of-a-kind venue for students and student-owned small businesses to display their artistry and handmade goods. It encompasses various art genres, visual arts (such as painting, sculpture, and photography), art exhibitions, art auctions, etc. This event goes beyond traditional art, encompassing diverse creative expressions other than paintings. Small business owners can display and sell artwork and crafty goods at stalls, fostering a vibrant and diverse artistic community. 

Students will be asked to come up with durable art (on canvases), and these pieces will be auctioned off against the work of other students as well. A minimum bid price will be set per piece to try and ensure base amount recovery to the extent possible. A duration of 10 days will be granted to the students to make the required submissions. All the students of the university, staff and non-staff members, and people from Ashiana will be the bidders of the art and spectators of the stalls.

  • MDQ DEBATE

This event is a department-level event, and the purpose is to encourage students from the BBA Department to develop their Public Speaking skills and stimulate the participants’ critical thinking ability. Additionally, the students will participate in various debate-oriented rounds that will ignite their competitive spirits to test their intellectual capabilities and provide a nurturing ground to bring out the best of their skills. 

This debate event offered significant benefits, including enhancing communication skills, developing critical thinking, building confidence, expanding knowledge, fostering networking and collaboration, showcasing talent, engaging the audience, instilling a sense of achievement, promoting the college's image, and providing a learning experience for organizers. Overall, it contributed to the holistic development of participants and promoted an intellectually stimulating campus environment.

  • IGNITE

It is a three-day business fest, which the 2nd year students of BBA organize for the first-year students. Ignite, this exhilarating annual business festival for first-year students only, is a dynamic showcase of diverse talents and skills. Ignite provides a unique platform for budding business enthusiasts to ignite their passions, learn, network, and compete in a vibrant environment of innovation and collaboration, with engaging clubs dedicated to Marketing, Finance, SMPR, MDQ, ED, HRM, and Analytics. Join us for a transformative experience that will lay the groundwork for your future business success.

The Christ University School of Business and Management Association works diligently each year to offer students exciting opportunities to shape their futures by enhancing knowledge, boosting competence, teaching life skills, and instilling values through a variety of competitions that live up to its vision of "Compete, Collaborate, and Create."
Every Friday, the association hosts a variety of events. Events are held specifically in the fields of marketing, finance, human resources, entrepreneurship development, Strategic Management and Public Relation, Analytics. The top teams are chosen for the semi-finals and finals, which take place on stage in front of a large crowd, after preliminary rounds.
IGNITE is an intradepartmental management fest that is organised exclusively for the first-year students of the School of Business and Management comprising of various events like Best Manager, Best Management Team, Debate, HR, Finance, Marketing, Business Plan and Business Quiz. The tagline representing the fest is “Kindle the Festing Spirit” - which also speaks for the intentions of this event; to challenge the young minds and introduce them to the culture of events and festing. The result of this will be a heightened ability to brainstorm and come up with fresh, authentic ideas paired with much-needed techniques. The event also provided the ideal stage for freshmen undergraduate applicants to demonstrate their talent in a variety of activities.
INSPIRA was an inter-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). Students from colleges and universities across the country competed for the title of the undefeated paladins in a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ managerial abilities were put to test in an assortment of perplexing events and challenges of a conflicting reality in an unknown realm. Where the destructible scenarios demanded immediate attention, participants had to devise solutions that meet out-of-the-world concerns. 
The day started with an enthusiastic participation of students, from colleges across India. We saw the Best of Managers and their teams fight against the pressure of being pitted against the clock. We saw the rise and fall of stocks and how future traders plan on handling the news. We saw pitches being delivered in elevators and products being ideated for a better tomorrow. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
All in all, the participants, organizing members and everyone involved walked away with realms of experiences that no time travel can give you!
MELANGE is a unique multi-disciplinary, inter-institutional festival which included a multitude of management, cultural, literary & theatre and e gaming events. The fest consisted of events ranging from business and management to cultural events to literary & theatre to gaming e-sports events. Mélange aimed at bringing the talents of participants across various disciplines such as management, cultural, literary & theater competitions, E-gaming and auction under one platform. The event saw a participation of several institutions from all over the country. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event. The students worked with zeal, came up with innovative ideas in designing the rounds for all the events and decorated the campus and stalls with colorful and creative banners. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event.
IMPERIO was an intra-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). The event was attended by the entire BBA business analytics department. It primarily involved the first and second-year students who competed for the title of the undefeated 8-Bit Gamer with a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ administrative skills were put to the test in a variety of intriguing activities and tasks centered on the event's theme, 8-Bit Games. This gave them the impression that a nostalgic memory can become a real-life situation. There were instances when the event required participants to provide remarkable answers that met the criteria for solving real-world challenges.
The students gave it their all across the two-day event, displaying excitement, competitiveness, and perseverance. Participants demonstrated their tenacity by working against the clock to develop innovative, long-term solutions to "real-world" challenges. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
KALEIDO’23 was conducted on 20th January 2023. This was the first event of the year organized collectively by the class representatives. Each delegate took the leadership in any of the necessary tasks for the execution of the event and carried it out using their own thoughts and various methods. The Kaleido being a cultural event featured numerous forms of entertainment and enjoyment. The purpose of this activity was to provide students more insight into how to effectively plan and carry out an event within a short period. It was an arduous, challenging, and competitive event.

  • Project-based learning

Students take up projects from the second semester onwards, which helps to supplement theoretical knowledge with practical exposure. These projects enable them to understand the finer aspects and relevance of teamwork and also the importance of working in a group. In addition to this faculty use different methodologies to keep the class engaged and facilitate experiential learning through role-plays, case studies, group discussions, flipped class etc.

  • Guest Lecture

Students are given the opportunity to interact with eminent guests from the industry on a regular basis. These guests have vast experience in the industry and their inputs will add immense value to the students in shaping their career dreams. 

  • Workshops

Workshops are conducted on specific domains to equip the students with the required skills as demanded by the industry.
Skill enhancement courses
Students undergo courses specifically in the analytics domain such as R programming, Python etc. to enable them to be industry-ready. These courses are designed and delivered by industry experts who have put in decades of experience in their respective fields.

  • Activity Based learning (ABL)

The department has its unique approach towards teaching and learning.  The practical approach towards teaching and learning by the department is more towards hands-on which helps the students to learn the topics more towards problem solving approach.  Activity based learning is one of the department’s unique practice for all the courses where students were taught based on an activity.  More precisely the department practice outdoor activities more in teaching and learning process. 

  • Activity Based Assessment (ABA)

Traditional method of class room assignment or examination may provide more knowledge.  However, the department believes in affective domain of learning and assessing students.  The assessment is connected with business fest or particular activity where students have to perform task in such events.  The student will be assessed based on the skill produced in such activity.  In such way department believe in psychomotor domain of learning and assessing the students set of skills in the particular course.

  • Field Based Learning (FBL)

Industrial visit is a mandatory practice of the department at least twice a year.  Particular courses are identified which are directly related to the industry and certain topics are chosen from such courses and these topics are delivered in the field by the expert from industry.  Student have to prepare a report and at the end of the visit students will be tested with assessment on their learning experience and the skills required for such field.  Students marks are awarded based on the report and the assessment conducted in the industry. This helps students to learn hands on experience on relevant areas.

  • Industry Integrated Certificate Course(s) (IICC)

Student will be offered every semester at least one industry integrated certificate course which are from Information Technology integrated.  The certificate training will be offered by the Industry individuals for 30 hours and appropriate assessment will be conducted to award certificate from the industry. These certificates are designed for the programme and market needs.

  • Value Added Course (VAC)

The student will also be exposed to value added course in every semester apart from the regular curriculum which are integrated towards the latest trend in the business domain.  The courses are from the field of Fintech, Blockchain for Business, Basic analytics, analytics for business problems, Cryptocurrencies and its operation and so on.  These courses are offered as a value added to the student which are integrated in the programme.  
 

 

The Bachelor's program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa provides the right ambience to enable students in pursuing entrepreneurial ambitions and perform managerial roles as business Consultants and Analysts in an array of industries. The program structure absorbs students to experience various frontages of effectively launching, managing and leading a business venture. With specialization in Business Analytics as the prime focus, the program equips them with skillsets to deftly analyze and segregate huge data for relevant decision making. 

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO1    Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2    Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3    Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

PLO 1.1    Demonstrate awareness of social issues
PLO 1.2    Identify ethical issues in business
PLO 1.3    Compare ethical practices in different contexts
PLO 1.4    Analyze stakeholder impact on social issues
PLO 1.5    Evaluate ethical perspectives of business actions
PLO 1.6    Propose initiatives to address social issues

Functional Knowledge and Application

PLO 2.1    Demonstrate understanding of concepts/theories of management
PLO 2.2    Utilize domain specific concepts/techniques to address business problems
PLO 2.3    Examine business decisions with cross functional lens
PLO 2.4    Compare organisational practices to theoretical frameworks
PLO 2.5    Estimate relevance of management theories in business scenarios

 

Communication

PLO 3.1    Summarize key facts with clarity
PLO 3.2    Organize content with appropriate structure and style
PLO 3.3    Choose appropriate language (verbal and non-verbal) while expressing views
PLO 3.4    Demonstrate clarity and coherence in writing
PLO 3.5    Develop documents with appropriate structure and style

 

 

Problem Solving

PLO 4.1    Outline relevant facts in the context
PLO 4.2    Identify causes of the problem
PLO 4.3    List relevant assumptions
PLO 4.4    Choose appropriate framework for analysis
PLO 4.5    Propose possible solutions with their implications

Analytical Acumen

PLO 5.1    Demonstrate and understanding of various sources of credible data
PLO 5.2    Identify discrepancies/inconsistencies in the data
PLO 5.3    Analyze trends, patterns or connections in the data
PLO 5.4    Interpret results of data analysis to aid business making
PLO 5.5    Design data visualization-based dashboards for business

 

The Bachelors program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to beUniversity), Lavasa prepares young minds with a positive outlook for excellentperformance and committed service.Students will acquire requisite skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of a changing business environment, develop the ability to critically analyze emergingbusiness issues, and develop insights from huge amount of business data. Some of the programme outcomes are:

PO1    Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity.
PO2    Functional Knowledge and Application
PO3    Communication
PO4    Problem Solving
PSO    Analytical Acumen

 

The teaching methods used by the faculty members include lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work. In a lecture period, an academic staff member or a visiting lecturer presents ideas or information to a body of students. Seminar assessments act as a platform to discuss ideas with students. The discussion is led by a member of the staff or a nominated student and moderated by one or more staff members. In a tutorial, the students solve problems under the guidance of a staff member with whom they can also discuss the information presented in a previous lecture. 

In each field, the time allocated over the semester to lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work is at the discretion of the lecturer involved. While more formal instruction (studies and laboratory work) necessarily constitutes an essential aspect of the work, tutorials and, to a lesser extent, seminars are of value in providing time for students to discuss their problems with staff members.

 

The School of Business and Management, BBA, strives to create socially responsible leaders while strengthening their abilities to be valuable corporate citizens. The school is committed to its prime client in developing the skill sets to solve social problems.
The department has constructed its academic and learning deliverable based on its mission and vision. The off-campus offers a undergraduate management program with HR, Marketing, Supply Chain, Operations and Finance at the core of all functionalities of Business.  The programme moves beyond just looking at business perspective to see the problem solving and decision making techniques for better business sustainability.
Together with their academics, our students are actively interested in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. We also ensure that each student is assigned a faculty mentor who will stick with them and provide ongoing guidance and mentorship. Students must do Social Concern project where they will doing a service learning concept in the NGOs. Students must complete a 8-week summer internship programme on real-world business initiatives as a stepping stone to their subsequent work experience. Students must publish a research paper at the final year of their course to enhance knowledge through scientific theories, concepts, and ideas. We have effectively managed academic (including assessments and evaluations) and extracurricular activities through a variety of online channels, ensuring that our students remain in regular contact with us.

 

CHRIST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT ASSOCATION (CUSBMA) – A STUDENT DRIVEN BODY IN SKILL DEVELOPMENT

  • MELANGE 

An inter-institutional gathering designed for participants under the age of 23. The ever-growing and prospering students' team has developed this event. At the heart of our event lies the Model United Nations segment. In this era of economic prosperity, nationalism, and transformative technology, Melange MUN stands as a beacon for diplomacy and leadership excellence.

This event, themed after "Sankalp - Diplomacy Amid Crisis," aspires to be more than a conventional meeting of minds. It's a dynamic platform meticulously crafted to ignite comprehensive youth development. We strive to equip participants with the skills necessary to tackle contemporary challenges, fostering an intellectually stimulating environment where delegates refine their public speaking, delve into international relations intricacies, and cultivate critical thinking and complex problem-solving skills. Melange is not just about addressing single issues; it's a revolutionary change with a significant impact and a lasting impression on the students. Our theme encapsulates that addressing multifaceted challenges requires a holistic approach with an eye for detail.

  • EKLAVYA 

It represents our prestigious Annual Business Fest, a distinguished 3-day intra-collegiate celebration. The students of all four UG departments will be allowed to experience six thrilling rounds, which will unfold and leave them on the edge of their seats.

Aligned with the ethos of fostering entrepreneurial acumen, we firmly believe in the significance of equipping every student with this essential skill set for their future endeavors. Consequently, we have meticulously designed Eklavya to be an inclusive event, welcoming participants from all departments across our esteemed campus.

This festival is a unique platform for students to exhibit their exemplary business and entrepreneurship skills through engaging and thought-provoking rounds. Beyond a showcase of talent, Eklavya provides participants with an opportunity for self-assessment and personal growth, akin to the visionary self-monitoring ethos embodied by the legendary figure, "Eklavya" himself.

  • KALEIDO

It is a vibrant cultural open-stage program tailored for the BBA Cluster-2 community to celebrate diversity and creativity. 

Through performances, KALEIDO offers a dynamic platform for students to showcase their talents, express themselves, and engage with various forms of art and culture. From music and dance to poetry and visual arts, KALEIDO embraces the rich tapestry of cultural expressions within the cluster, fostering a sense of unity and appreciation for cultural diversity. The program encourages continuous participation and exploration, ensuring an immersive experience that ignites inspiration and deeper connections within the BBA community.

  • IMPERIO

It is a departmental Business Fest. The event teaches several domains, i.e., SMPR, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship development. 

The diligent group devoted is excited to teach the art of festing and give them real-life examples of how the real world works. The leading cause of organizing an event like this is to provide the participants with a sense of teamwork and hands-on experience of working under stress.

IMPERIO makes the students great festers, researchers, and analyzers. This fest gives the participants a taste of what the real world has to offer through rigorous rounds, judging, and cross-questioning; if they excel in all the domains, they are announced as the kings of the kingdom, known as IMPERIO.

  • GLADIATOR 

This is a department-level Sports and Cultural 15-day-long event. The event is spread over 10 activities and participation from all the classes of BBA. We have Multiple sports and cultural events boosting the essence of team spirit and coordination in the students Introduction of the event:

The energetic and motivated CUBMA TEAM, a group devoted to promoting a lively and supportive community inside our educational institution, organizes the event. The major goal of organizing this event is to provide its members with a much-needed respite, allowing them to refresh their thoughts and unwind from the severe rigors of their academic and extracurricular activities.

The CUSBMA TEAM strives to establish a pleasant and inclusive environment by fostering moments of relaxation and enjoyment, eventually contributing to its members' general well-being and mental health. It is a concerted attempt to encourage a good work-life balance, allowing students to recharge their batteries and return to their duties with renewed vigor and excitement. 

  • INSPIRA

This is the epitome of excellence in inter-college events. INSPIRA is not just an event; it is an experience, a journey of innovation, creativity, and unbridled talent. INSPIRA is a celebration of the diverse talents that flourish within the walls of our esteemed institution. It is a canvas where students from every corner of our university come together to showcase their skills, their ideas, and their dreams. It is a platform that transcends boundaries and invites students from various departments to unite in the spirit of competition and camaraderie. 

Under the broad umbrella of INSPIRA, we have carefully crafted events, each representing a unique facet of excellence: Finance emphasizes financial acumen and investment strategies; HR explores team-building and leadership; Marketing nurtures creative strategies to engage audiences; Entrepreneurship encourages bringing innovative ideas to life; SMPR delves into strategic communication; The Best Manager and Best Management Team segments concentrate on excellence in people management and team leadership. Each module is tailored to develop specific skills, preparing participants for diverse business challenges.

  • ART EXTRAVAGANZA

It is a university and society-level event for Art organized by UMBRICIUS- Marketing Club of CHRIST University School of Business and Management Association (CUSBMA). It is a one-of-a-kind venue for students and student-owned small businesses to display their artistry and handmade goods. It encompasses various art genres, visual arts (such as painting, sculpture, and photography), art exhibitions, art auctions, etc. This event goes beyond traditional art, encompassing diverse creative expressions other than paintings. Small business owners can display and sell artwork and crafty goods at stalls, fostering a vibrant and diverse artistic community. 

Students will be asked to come up with durable art (on canvases), and these pieces will be auctioned off against the work of other students as well. A minimum bid price will be set per piece to try and ensure base amount recovery to the extent possible. A duration of 10 days will be granted to the students to make the required submissions. All the students of the university, staff and non-staff members, and people from Ashiana will be the bidders of the art and spectators of the stalls.

  • MDQ DEBATE

This event is a department-level event, and the purpose is to encourage students from the BBA Department to develop their Public Speaking skills and stimulate the participants’ critical thinking ability. Additionally, the students will participate in various debate-oriented rounds that will ignite their competitive spirits to test their intellectual capabilities and provide a nurturing ground to bring out the best of their skills. 

This debate event offered significant benefits, including enhancing communication skills, developing critical thinking, building confidence, expanding knowledge, fostering networking and collaboration, showcasing talent, engaging the audience, instilling a sense of achievement, promoting the college's image, and providing a learning experience for organizers. Overall, it contributed to the holistic development of participants and promoted an intellectually stimulating campus environment.

  • IGNITE

It is a three-day business fest, which the 2nd year students of BBA organize for the first-year students. Ignite, this exhilarating annual business festival for first-year students only, is a dynamic showcase of diverse talents and skills. Ignite provides a unique platform for budding business enthusiasts to ignite their passions, learn, network, and compete in a vibrant environment of innovation and collaboration, with engaging clubs dedicated to Marketing, Finance, SMPR, MDQ, ED, HRM, and Analytics. Join us for a transformative experience that will lay the groundwork for your future business success.

The Christ University School of Business and Management Association works diligently each year to offer students exciting opportunities to shape their futures by enhancing knowledge, boosting competence, teaching life skills, and instilling values through a variety of competitions that live up to its vision of "Compete, Collaborate, and Create."
Every Friday, the association hosts a variety of events. Events are held specifically in the fields of marketing, finance, human resources, entrepreneurship development, Strategic Management and Public Relation, Analytics. The top teams are chosen for the semi-finals and finals, which take place on stage in front of a large crowd, after preliminary rounds.
IGNITE is an intradepartmental management fest that is organised exclusively for the first-year students of the School of Business and Management comprising of various events like Best Manager, Best Management Team, Debate, HR, Finance, Marketing, Business Plan and Business Quiz. The tagline representing the fest is “Kindle the Festing Spirit” - which also speaks for the intentions of this event; to challenge the young minds and introduce them to the culture of events and festing. The result of this will be a heightened ability to brainstorm and come up with fresh, authentic ideas paired with much-needed techniques. The event also provided the ideal stage for freshmen undergraduate applicants to demonstrate their talent in a variety of activities.
INSPIRA was an inter-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). Students from colleges and universities across the country competed for the title of the undefeated paladins in a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ managerial abilities were put to test in an assortment of perplexing events and challenges of a conflicting reality in an unknown realm. Where the destructible scenarios demanded immediate attention, participants had to devise solutions that meet out-of-the-world concerns. 
The day started with an enthusiastic participation of students, from colleges across India. We saw the Best of Managers and their teams fight against the pressure of being pitted against the clock. We saw the rise and fall of stocks and how future traders plan on handling the news. We saw pitches being delivered in elevators and products being ideated for a better tomorrow. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
All in all, the participants, organizing members and everyone involved walked away with realms of experiences that no time travel can give you!
MELANGE is a unique multi-disciplinary, inter-institutional festival which included a multitude of management, cultural, literary & theatre and e gaming events. The fest consisted of events ranging from business and management to cultural events to literary & theatre to gaming e-sports events. Mélange aimed at bringing the talents of participants across various disciplines such as management, cultural, literary & theater competitions, E-gaming and auction under one platform. The event saw a participation of several institutions from all over the country. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event. The students worked with zeal, came up with innovative ideas in designing the rounds for all the events and decorated the campus and stalls with colorful and creative banners. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event.
IMPERIO was an intra-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). The event was attended by the entire BBA business analytics department. It primarily involved the first and second-year students who competed for the title of the undefeated 8-Bit Gamer with a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ administrative skills were put to the test in a variety of intriguing activities and tasks centered on the event's theme, 8-Bit Games. This gave them the impression that a nostalgic memory can become a real-life situation. There were instances when the event required participants to provide remarkable answers that met the criteria for solving real-world challenges.
The students gave it their all across the two-day event, displaying excitement, competitiveness, and perseverance. Participants demonstrated their tenacity by working against the clock to develop innovative, long-term solutions to "real-world" challenges. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
KALEIDO’23 was conducted on 20th January 2023. This was the first event of the year organized collectively by the class representatives. Each delegate took the leadership in any of the necessary tasks for the execution of the event and carried it out using their own thoughts and various methods. The Kaleido being a cultural event featured numerous forms of entertainment and enjoyment. The purpose of this activity was to provide students more insight into how to effectively plan and carry out an event within a short period. It was an arduous, challenging, and competitive event.

  • Project-based learning

Students take up projects from the second semester onwards, which helps to supplement theoretical knowledge with practical exposure. These projects enable them to understand the finer aspects and relevance of teamwork and also the importance of working in a group. In addition to this faculty use different methodologies to keep the class engaged and facilitate experiential learning through role-plays, case studies, group discussions, flipped class etc.

  • Guest Lecture

Students are given the opportunity to interact with eminent guests from the industry on a regular basis. These guests have vast experience in the industry and their inputs will add immense value to the students in shaping their career dreams. 

  • Workshops

Workshops are conducted on specific domains to equip the students with the required skills as demanded by the industry.
Skill enhancement courses
Students undergo courses specifically in the analytics domain such as R programming, Python etc. to enable them to be industry-ready. These courses are designed and delivered by industry experts who have put in decades of experience in their respective fields.

  • Activity Based learning (ABL)

The department has its unique approach towards teaching and learning.  The practical approach towards teaching and learning by the department is more towards hands-on which helps the students to learn the topics more towards problem solving approach.  Activity based learning is one of the department’s unique practice for all the courses where students were taught based on an activity.  More precisely the department practice outdoor activities more in teaching and learning process. 

  • Activity Based Assessment (ABA)

Traditional method of class room assignment or examination may provide more knowledge.  However, the department believes in affective domain of learning and assessing students.  The assessment is connected with business fest or particular activity where students have to perform task in such events.  The student will be assessed based on the skill produced in such activity.  In such way department believe in psychomotor domain of learning and assessing the students set of skills in the particular course.

  • Field Based Learning (FBL)

Industrial visit is a mandatory practice of the department at least twice a year.  Particular courses are identified which are directly related to the industry and certain topics are chosen from such courses and these topics are delivered in the field by the expert from industry.  Student have to prepare a report and at the end of the visit students will be tested with assessment on their learning experience and the skills required for such field.  Students marks are awarded based on the report and the assessment conducted in the industry. This helps students to learn hands on experience on relevant areas.

  • Industry Integrated Certificate Course(s) (IICC)

Student will be offered every semester at least one industry integrated certificate course which are from Information Technology integrated.  The certificate training will be offered by the Industry individuals for 30 hours and appropriate assessment will be conducted to award certificate from the industry. These certificates are designed for the programme and market needs.

  • Value Added Course (VAC)

The student will also be exposed to value added course in every semester apart from the regular curriculum which are integrated towards the latest trend in the business domain.  The courses are from the field of Fintech, Blockchain for Business, Basic analytics, analytics for business problems, Cryptocurrencies and its operation and so on.  These courses are offered as a value added to the student which are integrated in the programme.  
 

 

The Bachelor's program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa provides the right ambience to enable students in pursuing entrepreneurial ambitions and perform managerial roles as business Consultants and Analysts in an array of industries. The program structure absorbs students to experience various frontages of effectively launching, managing and leading a business venture. With specialization in Business Analytics as the prime focus, the program equips them with skillsets to deftly analyze and segregate huge data for relevant decision making. 

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO1    Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2    Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3    Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

PLO 1.1    Demonstrate awareness of social issues
PLO 1.2    Identify ethical issues in business
PLO 1.3    Compare ethical practices in different contexts
PLO 1.4    Analyze stakeholder impact on social issues
PLO 1.5    Evaluate ethical perspectives of business actions
PLO 1.6    Propose initiatives to address social issues

Functional Knowledge and Application

PLO 2.1    Demonstrate understanding of concepts/theories of management
PLO 2.2    Utilize domain specific concepts/techniques to address business problems
PLO 2.3    Examine business decisions with cross functional lens
PLO 2.4    Compare organisational practices to theoretical frameworks
PLO 2.5    Estimate relevance of management theories in business scenarios

 

Communication

PLO 3.1    Summarize key facts with clarity
PLO 3.2    Organize content with appropriate structure and style
PLO 3.3    Choose appropriate language (verbal and non-verbal) while expressing views
PLO 3.4    Demonstrate clarity and coherence in writing
PLO 3.5    Develop documents with appropriate structure and style

 

 

Problem Solving

PLO 4.1    Outline relevant facts in the context
PLO 4.2    Identify causes of the problem
PLO 4.3    List relevant assumptions
PLO 4.4    Choose appropriate framework for analysis
PLO 4.5    Propose possible solutions with their implications

Analytical Acumen

PLO 5.1    Demonstrate and understanding of various sources of credible data
PLO 5.2    Identify discrepancies/inconsistencies in the data
PLO 5.3    Analyze trends, patterns or connections in the data
PLO 5.4    Interpret results of data analysis to aid business making
PLO 5.5    Design data visualization-based dashboards for business

 

The Bachelors program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to beUniversity), Lavasa prepares young minds with a positive outlook for excellentperformance and committed service.Students will acquire requisite skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of a changing business environment, develop the ability to critically analyze emergingbusiness issues, and develop insights from huge amount of business data. Some of the programme outcomes are:

PO1    Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity.
PO2    Functional Knowledge and Application
PO3    Communication
PO4    Problem Solving
PSO    Analytical Acumen

 

The teaching methods used by the faculty members include lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work. In a lecture period, an academic staff member or a visiting lecturer presents ideas or information to a body of students. Seminar assessments act as a platform to discuss ideas with students. The discussion is led by a member of the staff or a nominated student and moderated by one or more staff members. In a tutorial, the students solve problems under the guidance of a staff member with whom they can also discuss the information presented in a previous lecture. 

In each field, the time allocated over the semester to lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work is at the discretion of the lecturer involved. While more formal instruction (studies and laboratory work) necessarily constitutes an essential aspect of the work, tutorials and, to a lesser extent, seminars are of value in providing time for students to discuss their problems with staff members.

 

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

Pune Lavasa Campus

CHRIST (Deemed to be University),

Christ University Road, 30 Valor Court,

PO Dasve Lavasa, Mulshi, Pune - 412112, Maharashtra

 

 1800-123-2009
  admission.lavasa@christuniversity.in

 

Between: Monday to Friday: 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM, Saturday: 09:00 AM to 04:00 PM
(Office remains closed on Sundays, government holidays and any special events)

The School of Business and Management, BBA, strives to create socially responsible leaders while strengthening their abilities to be valuable corporate citizens. The school is committed to its prime client in developing the skill sets to solve social problems.
The department has constructed its academic and learning deliverable based on its mission and vision. The off-campus offers a undergraduate management program with HR, Marketing, Supply Chain, Operations and Finance at the core of all functionalities of Business.  The programme moves beyond just looking at business perspective to see the problem solving and decision making techniques for better business sustainability.
Together with their academics, our students are actively interested in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. We also ensure that each student is assigned a faculty mentor who will stick with them and provide ongoing guidance and mentorship. Students must do Social Concern project where they will doing a service learning concept in the NGOs. Students must complete a 8-week summer internship programme on real-world business initiatives as a stepping stone to their subsequent work experience. Students must publish a research paper at the final year of their course to enhance knowledge through scientific theories, concepts, and ideas. We have effectively managed academic (including assessments and evaluations) and extracurricular activities through a variety of online channels, ensuring that our students remain in regular contact with us.

 

CHRIST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT ASSOCATION (CUSBMA) – A STUDENT DRIVEN BODY IN SKILL DEVELOPMENT

  • MELANGE 

An inter-institutional gathering designed for participants under the age of 23. The ever-growing and prospering students' team has developed this event. At the heart of our event lies the Model United Nations segment. In this era of economic prosperity, nationalism, and transformative technology, Melange MUN stands as a beacon for diplomacy and leadership excellence.

This event, themed after "Sankalp - Diplomacy Amid Crisis," aspires to be more than a conventional meeting of minds. It's a dynamic platform meticulously crafted to ignite comprehensive youth development. We strive to equip participants with the skills necessary to tackle contemporary challenges, fostering an intellectually stimulating environment where delegates refine their public speaking, delve into international relations intricacies, and cultivate critical thinking and complex problem-solving skills. Melange is not just about addressing single issues; it's a revolutionary change with a significant impact and a lasting impression on the students. Our theme encapsulates that addressing multifaceted challenges requires a holistic approach with an eye for detail.

  • EKLAVYA 

It represents our prestigious Annual Business Fest, a distinguished 3-day intra-collegiate celebration. The students of all four UG departments will be allowed to experience six thrilling rounds, which will unfold and leave them on the edge of their seats.

Aligned with the ethos of fostering entrepreneurial acumen, we firmly believe in the significance of equipping every student with this essential skill set for their future endeavors. Consequently, we have meticulously designed Eklavya to be an inclusive event, welcoming participants from all departments across our esteemed campus.

This festival is a unique platform for students to exhibit their exemplary business and entrepreneurship skills through engaging and thought-provoking rounds. Beyond a showcase of talent, Eklavya provides participants with an opportunity for self-assessment and personal growth, akin to the visionary self-monitoring ethos embodied by the legendary figure, "Eklavya" himself.

  • KALEIDO

It is a vibrant cultural open-stage program tailored for the BBA Cluster-2 community to celebrate diversity and creativity. 

Through performances, KALEIDO offers a dynamic platform for students to showcase their talents, express themselves, and engage with various forms of art and culture. From music and dance to poetry and visual arts, KALEIDO embraces the rich tapestry of cultural expressions within the cluster, fostering a sense of unity and appreciation for cultural diversity. The program encourages continuous participation and exploration, ensuring an immersive experience that ignites inspiration and deeper connections within the BBA community.

  • IMPERIO

It is a departmental Business Fest. The event teaches several domains, i.e., SMPR, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship development. 

The diligent group devoted is excited to teach the art of festing and give them real-life examples of how the real world works. The leading cause of organizing an event like this is to provide the participants with a sense of teamwork and hands-on experience of working under stress.

IMPERIO makes the students great festers, researchers, and analyzers. This fest gives the participants a taste of what the real world has to offer through rigorous rounds, judging, and cross-questioning; if they excel in all the domains, they are announced as the kings of the kingdom, known as IMPERIO.

  • GLADIATOR 

This is a department-level Sports and Cultural 15-day-long event. The event is spread over 10 activities and participation from all the classes of BBA. We have Multiple sports and cultural events boosting the essence of team spirit and coordination in the students Introduction of the event:

The energetic and motivated CUBMA TEAM, a group devoted to promoting a lively and supportive community inside our educational institution, organizes the event. The major goal of organizing this event is to provide its members with a much-needed respite, allowing them to refresh their thoughts and unwind from the severe rigors of their academic and extracurricular activities.

The CUSBMA TEAM strives to establish a pleasant and inclusive environment by fostering moments of relaxation and enjoyment, eventually contributing to its members' general well-being and mental health. It is a concerted attempt to encourage a good work-life balance, allowing students to recharge their batteries and return to their duties with renewed vigor and excitement. 

  • INSPIRA

This is the epitome of excellence in inter-college events. INSPIRA is not just an event; it is an experience, a journey of innovation, creativity, and unbridled talent. INSPIRA is a celebration of the diverse talents that flourish within the walls of our esteemed institution. It is a canvas where students from every corner of our university come together to showcase their skills, their ideas, and their dreams. It is a platform that transcends boundaries and invites students from various departments to unite in the spirit of competition and camaraderie. 

Under the broad umbrella of INSPIRA, we have carefully crafted events, each representing a unique facet of excellence: Finance emphasizes financial acumen and investment strategies; HR explores team-building and leadership; Marketing nurtures creative strategies to engage audiences; Entrepreneurship encourages bringing innovative ideas to life; SMPR delves into strategic communication; The Best Manager and Best Management Team segments concentrate on excellence in people management and team leadership. Each module is tailored to develop specific skills, preparing participants for diverse business challenges.

  • ART EXTRAVAGANZA

It is a university and society-level event for Art organized by UMBRICIUS- Marketing Club of CHRIST University School of Business and Management Association (CUSBMA). It is a one-of-a-kind venue for students and student-owned small businesses to display their artistry and handmade goods. It encompasses various art genres, visual arts (such as painting, sculpture, and photography), art exhibitions, art auctions, etc. This event goes beyond traditional art, encompassing diverse creative expressions other than paintings. Small business owners can display and sell artwork and crafty goods at stalls, fostering a vibrant and diverse artistic community. 

Students will be asked to come up with durable art (on canvases), and these pieces will be auctioned off against the work of other students as well. A minimum bid price will be set per piece to try and ensure base amount recovery to the extent possible. A duration of 10 days will be granted to the students to make the required submissions. All the students of the university, staff and non-staff members, and people from Ashiana will be the bidders of the art and spectators of the stalls.

  • MDQ DEBATE

This event is a department-level event, and the purpose is to encourage students from the BBA Department to develop their Public Speaking skills and stimulate the participants’ critical thinking ability. Additionally, the students will participate in various debate-oriented rounds that will ignite their competitive spirits to test their intellectual capabilities and provide a nurturing ground to bring out the best of their skills. 

This debate event offered significant benefits, including enhancing communication skills, developing critical thinking, building confidence, expanding knowledge, fostering networking and collaboration, showcasing talent, engaging the audience, instilling a sense of achievement, promoting the college's image, and providing a learning experience for organizers. Overall, it contributed to the holistic development of participants and promoted an intellectually stimulating campus environment.

  • IGNITE

It is a three-day business fest, which the 2nd year students of BBA organize for the first-year students. Ignite, this exhilarating annual business festival for first-year students only, is a dynamic showcase of diverse talents and skills. Ignite provides a unique platform for budding business enthusiasts to ignite their passions, learn, network, and compete in a vibrant environment of innovation and collaboration, with engaging clubs dedicated to Marketing, Finance, SMPR, MDQ, ED, HRM, and Analytics. Join us for a transformative experience that will lay the groundwork for your future business success.

The Christ University School of Business and Management Association works diligently each year to offer students exciting opportunities to shape their futures by enhancing knowledge, boosting competence, teaching life skills, and instilling values through a variety of competitions that live up to its vision of "Compete, Collaborate, and Create."
Every Friday, the association hosts a variety of events. Events are held specifically in the fields of marketing, finance, human resources, entrepreneurship development, Strategic Management and Public Relation, Analytics. The top teams are chosen for the semi-finals and finals, which take place on stage in front of a large crowd, after preliminary rounds.
IGNITE is an intradepartmental management fest that is organised exclusively for the first-year students of the School of Business and Management comprising of various events like Best Manager, Best Management Team, Debate, HR, Finance, Marketing, Business Plan and Business Quiz. The tagline representing the fest is “Kindle the Festing Spirit” - which also speaks for the intentions of this event; to challenge the young minds and introduce them to the culture of events and festing. The result of this will be a heightened ability to brainstorm and come up with fresh, authentic ideas paired with much-needed techniques. The event also provided the ideal stage for freshmen undergraduate applicants to demonstrate their talent in a variety of activities.
INSPIRA was an inter-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). Students from colleges and universities across the country competed for the title of the undefeated paladins in a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ managerial abilities were put to test in an assortment of perplexing events and challenges of a conflicting reality in an unknown realm. Where the destructible scenarios demanded immediate attention, participants had to devise solutions that meet out-of-the-world concerns. 
The day started with an enthusiastic participation of students, from colleges across India. We saw the Best of Managers and their teams fight against the pressure of being pitted against the clock. We saw the rise and fall of stocks and how future traders plan on handling the news. We saw pitches being delivered in elevators and products being ideated for a better tomorrow. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
All in all, the participants, organizing members and everyone involved walked away with realms of experiences that no time travel can give you!
MELANGE is a unique multi-disciplinary, inter-institutional festival which included a multitude of management, cultural, literary & theatre and e gaming events. The fest consisted of events ranging from business and management to cultural events to literary & theatre to gaming e-sports events. Mélange aimed at bringing the talents of participants across various disciplines such as management, cultural, literary & theater competitions, E-gaming and auction under one platform. The event saw a participation of several institutions from all over the country. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event. The students worked with zeal, came up with innovative ideas in designing the rounds for all the events and decorated the campus and stalls with colorful and creative banners. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event.
IMPERIO was an intra-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). The event was attended by the entire BBA business analytics department. It primarily involved the first and second-year students who competed for the title of the undefeated 8-Bit Gamer with a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ administrative skills were put to the test in a variety of intriguing activities and tasks centered on the event's theme, 8-Bit Games. This gave them the impression that a nostalgic memory can become a real-life situation. There were instances when the event required participants to provide remarkable answers that met the criteria for solving real-world challenges.
The students gave it their all across the two-day event, displaying excitement, competitiveness, and perseverance. Participants demonstrated their tenacity by working against the clock to develop innovative, long-term solutions to "real-world" challenges. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
KALEIDO’23 was conducted on 20th January 2023. This was the first event of the year organized collectively by the class representatives. Each delegate took the leadership in any of the necessary tasks for the execution of the event and carried it out using their own thoughts and various methods. The Kaleido being a cultural event featured numerous forms of entertainment and enjoyment. The purpose of this activity was to provide students more insight into how to effectively plan and carry out an event within a short period. It was an arduous, challenging, and competitive event.

  • Project-based learning

Students take up projects from the second semester onwards, which helps to supplement theoretical knowledge with practical exposure. These projects enable them to understand the finer aspects and relevance of teamwork and also the importance of working in a group. In addition to this faculty use different methodologies to keep the class engaged and facilitate experiential learning through role-plays, case studies, group discussions, flipped class etc.

  • Guest Lecture

Students are given the opportunity to interact with eminent guests from the industry on a regular basis. These guests have vast experience in the industry and their inputs will add immense value to the students in shaping their career dreams. 

  • Workshops

Workshops are conducted on specific domains to equip the students with the required skills as demanded by the industry.
Skill enhancement courses
Students undergo courses specifically in the analytics domain such as R programming, Python etc. to enable them to be industry-ready. These courses are designed and delivered by industry experts who have put in decades of experience in their respective fields.

  • Activity Based learning (ABL)

The department has its unique approach towards teaching and learning.  The practical approach towards teaching and learning by the department is more towards hands-on which helps the students to learn the topics more towards problem solving approach.  Activity based learning is one of the department’s unique practice for all the courses where students were taught based on an activity.  More precisely the department practice outdoor activities more in teaching and learning process. 

  • Activity Based Assessment (ABA)

Traditional method of class room assignment or examination may provide more knowledge.  However, the department believes in affective domain of learning and assessing students.  The assessment is connected with business fest or particular activity where students have to perform task in such events.  The student will be assessed based on the skill produced in such activity.  In such way department believe in psychomotor domain of learning and assessing the students set of skills in the particular course.

  • Field Based Learning (FBL)

Industrial visit is a mandatory practice of the department at least twice a year.  Particular courses are identified which are directly related to the industry and certain topics are chosen from such courses and these topics are delivered in the field by the expert from industry.  Student have to prepare a report and at the end of the visit students will be tested with assessment on their learning experience and the skills required for such field.  Students marks are awarded based on the report and the assessment conducted in the industry. This helps students to learn hands on experience on relevant areas.

  • Industry Integrated Certificate Course(s) (IICC)

Student will be offered every semester at least one industry integrated certificate course which are from Information Technology integrated.  The certificate training will be offered by the Industry individuals for 30 hours and appropriate assessment will be conducted to award certificate from the industry. These certificates are designed for the programme and market needs.

  • Value Added Course (VAC)

The student will also be exposed to value added course in every semester apart from the regular curriculum which are integrated towards the latest trend in the business domain.  The courses are from the field of Fintech, Blockchain for Business, Basic analytics, analytics for business problems, Cryptocurrencies and its operation and so on.  These courses are offered as a value added to the student which are integrated in the programme.  
 

 

The Bachelor's program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa provides the right ambience to enable students in pursuing entrepreneurial ambitions and perform managerial roles as business Consultants and Analysts in an array of industries. The program structure absorbs students to experience various frontages of effectively launching, managing and leading a business venture. With specialization in Business Analytics as the prime focus, the program equips them with skillsets to deftly analyze and segregate huge data for relevant decision making. 

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO1    Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2    Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3    Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

PLO 1.1    Demonstrate awareness of social issues
PLO 1.2    Identify ethical issues in business
PLO 1.3    Compare ethical practices in different contexts
PLO 1.4    Analyze stakeholder impact on social issues
PLO 1.5    Evaluate ethical perspectives of business actions
PLO 1.6    Propose initiatives to address social issues

Functional Knowledge and Application

PLO 2.1    Demonstrate understanding of concepts/theories of management
PLO 2.2    Utilize domain specific concepts/techniques to address business problems
PLO 2.3    Examine business decisions with cross functional lens
PLO 2.4    Compare organisational practices to theoretical frameworks
PLO 2.5    Estimate relevance of management theories in business scenarios

 

Communication

PLO 3.1    Summarize key facts with clarity
PLO 3.2    Organize content with appropriate structure and style
PLO 3.3    Choose appropriate language (verbal and non-verbal) while expressing views
PLO 3.4    Demonstrate clarity and coherence in writing
PLO 3.5    Develop documents with appropriate structure and style

 

 

Problem Solving

PLO 4.1    Outline relevant facts in the context
PLO 4.2    Identify causes of the problem
PLO 4.3    List relevant assumptions
PLO 4.4    Choose appropriate framework for analysis
PLO 4.5    Propose possible solutions with their implications

Analytical Acumen

PLO 5.1    Demonstrate and understanding of various sources of credible data
PLO 5.2    Identify discrepancies/inconsistencies in the data
PLO 5.3    Analyze trends, patterns or connections in the data
PLO 5.4    Interpret results of data analysis to aid business making
PLO 5.5    Design data visualization-based dashboards for business

 

The Bachelors program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to beUniversity), Lavasa prepares young minds with a positive outlook for excellentperformance and committed service.Students will acquire requisite skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of a changing business environment, develop the ability to critically analyze emergingbusiness issues, and develop insights from huge amount of business data. Some of the programme outcomes are:

PO1    Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity.
PO2    Functional Knowledge and Application
PO3    Communication
PO4    Problem Solving
PSO    Analytical Acumen

 

The teaching methods used by the faculty members include lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work. In a lecture period, an academic staff member or a visiting lecturer presents ideas or information to a body of students. Seminar assessments act as a platform to discuss ideas with students. The discussion is led by a member of the staff or a nominated student and moderated by one or more staff members. In a tutorial, the students solve problems under the guidance of a staff member with whom they can also discuss the information presented in a previous lecture. 

In each field, the time allocated over the semester to lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work is at the discretion of the lecturer involved. While more formal instruction (studies and laboratory work) necessarily constitutes an essential aspect of the work, tutorials and, to a lesser extent, seminars are of value in providing time for students to discuss their problems with staff members.

 

Business Analytics is the combination of skills, technologies, applications and processes used by organizations to gain insight into their business based on data and statistics and use it for business planning. The BBA Business Analytics programme offered at CHRIST (Deemed to be  University), Pune Lavasa campus is a unique programme that helps aspirants prepare for the blooming data analytics industry. BBA business analytics is a specialized Undergraduate program focusing on the data science and business analytics industry. The aspirants will gain a fundamental understanding of how to leverage data to improve business performance, decision making and long-term strategy development. This programme equips the students with cross-functional skills which will pave the way to a variety of career options in the analytics as well as business domains.

The School of Business and Management, BBA, strives to create socially responsible leaders while strengthening their abilities to be valuable corporate citizens. The school is committed to its prime client in developing the skill sets to solve social problems.
The department has constructed its academic and learning deliverable based on its mission and vision. The off-campus offers a undergraduate management program with HR, Marketing, Supply Chain, Operations and Finance at the core of all functionalities of Business.  The programme moves beyond just looking at business perspective to see the problem solving and decision making techniques for better business sustainability.
Together with their academics, our students are actively interested in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. We also ensure that each student is assigned a faculty mentor who will stick with them and provide ongoing guidance and mentorship. Students must do Social Concern project where they will doing a service learning concept in the NGOs. Students must complete a 8-week summer internship programme on real-world business initiatives as a stepping stone to their subsequent work experience. Students must publish a research paper at the final year of their course to enhance knowledge through scientific theories, concepts, and ideas. We have effectively managed academic (including assessments and evaluations) and extracurricular activities through a variety of online channels, ensuring that our students remain in regular contact with us.

 

CHRIST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT ASSOCATION (CUSBMA) – A STUDENT DRIVEN BODY IN SKILL DEVELOPMENT

  • MELANGE 

An inter-institutional gathering designed for participants under the age of 23. The ever-growing and prospering students' team has developed this event. At the heart of our event lies the Model United Nations segment. In this era of economic prosperity, nationalism, and transformative technology, Melange MUN stands as a beacon for diplomacy and leadership excellence.

This event, themed after "Sankalp - Diplomacy Amid Crisis," aspires to be more than a conventional meeting of minds. It's a dynamic platform meticulously crafted to ignite comprehensive youth development. We strive to equip participants with the skills necessary to tackle contemporary challenges, fostering an intellectually stimulating environment where delegates refine their public speaking, delve into international relations intricacies, and cultivate critical thinking and complex problem-solving skills. Melange is not just about addressing single issues; it's a revolutionary change with a significant impact and a lasting impression on the students. Our theme encapsulates that addressing multifaceted challenges requires a holistic approach with an eye for detail.

  • EKLAVYA 

It represents our prestigious Annual Business Fest, a distinguished 3-day intra-collegiate celebration. The students of all four UG departments will be allowed to experience six thrilling rounds, which will unfold and leave them on the edge of their seats.

Aligned with the ethos of fostering entrepreneurial acumen, we firmly believe in the significance of equipping every student with this essential skill set for their future endeavors. Consequently, we have meticulously designed Eklavya to be an inclusive event, welcoming participants from all departments across our esteemed campus.

This festival is a unique platform for students to exhibit their exemplary business and entrepreneurship skills through engaging and thought-provoking rounds. Beyond a showcase of talent, Eklavya provides participants with an opportunity for self-assessment and personal growth, akin to the visionary self-monitoring ethos embodied by the legendary figure, "Eklavya" himself.

  • KALEIDO

It is a vibrant cultural open-stage program tailored for the BBA Cluster-2 community to celebrate diversity and creativity. 

Through performances, KALEIDO offers a dynamic platform for students to showcase their talents, express themselves, and engage with various forms of art and culture. From music and dance to poetry and visual arts, KALEIDO embraces the rich tapestry of cultural expressions within the cluster, fostering a sense of unity and appreciation for cultural diversity. The program encourages continuous participation and exploration, ensuring an immersive experience that ignites inspiration and deeper connections within the BBA community.

  • IMPERIO

It is a departmental Business Fest. The event teaches several domains, i.e., SMPR, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship development. 

The diligent group devoted is excited to teach the art of festing and give them real-life examples of how the real world works. The leading cause of organizing an event like this is to provide the participants with a sense of teamwork and hands-on experience of working under stress.

IMPERIO makes the students great festers, researchers, and analyzers. This fest gives the participants a taste of what the real world has to offer through rigorous rounds, judging, and cross-questioning; if they excel in all the domains, they are announced as the kings of the kingdom, known as IMPERIO.

  • GLADIATOR 

This is a department-level Sports and Cultural 15-day-long event. The event is spread over 10 activities and participation from all the classes of BBA. We have Multiple sports and cultural events boosting the essence of team spirit and coordination in the students Introduction of the event:

The energetic and motivated CUBMA TEAM, a group devoted to promoting a lively and supportive community inside our educational institution, organizes the event. The major goal of organizing this event is to provide its members with a much-needed respite, allowing them to refresh their thoughts and unwind from the severe rigors of their academic and extracurricular activities.

The CUSBMA TEAM strives to establish a pleasant and inclusive environment by fostering moments of relaxation and enjoyment, eventually contributing to its members' general well-being and mental health. It is a concerted attempt to encourage a good work-life balance, allowing students to recharge their batteries and return to their duties with renewed vigor and excitement. 

  • INSPIRA

This is the epitome of excellence in inter-college events. INSPIRA is not just an event; it is an experience, a journey of innovation, creativity, and unbridled talent. INSPIRA is a celebration of the diverse talents that flourish within the walls of our esteemed institution. It is a canvas where students from every corner of our university come together to showcase their skills, their ideas, and their dreams. It is a platform that transcends boundaries and invites students from various departments to unite in the spirit of competition and camaraderie. 

Under the broad umbrella of INSPIRA, we have carefully crafted events, each representing a unique facet of excellence: Finance emphasizes financial acumen and investment strategies; HR explores team-building and leadership; Marketing nurtures creative strategies to engage audiences; Entrepreneurship encourages bringing innovative ideas to life; SMPR delves into strategic communication; The Best Manager and Best Management Team segments concentrate on excellence in people management and team leadership. Each module is tailored to develop specific skills, preparing participants for diverse business challenges.

  • ART EXTRAVAGANZA

It is a university and society-level event for Art organized by UMBRICIUS- Marketing Club of CHRIST University School of Business and Management Association (CUSBMA). It is a one-of-a-kind venue for students and student-owned small businesses to display their artistry and handmade goods. It encompasses various art genres, visual arts (such as painting, sculpture, and photography), art exhibitions, art auctions, etc. This event goes beyond traditional art, encompassing diverse creative expressions other than paintings. Small business owners can display and sell artwork and crafty goods at stalls, fostering a vibrant and diverse artistic community. 

Students will be asked to come up with durable art (on canvases), and these pieces will be auctioned off against the work of other students as well. A minimum bid price will be set per piece to try and ensure base amount recovery to the extent possible. A duration of 10 days will be granted to the students to make the required submissions. All the students of the university, staff and non-staff members, and people from Ashiana will be the bidders of the art and spectators of the stalls.

  • MDQ DEBATE

This event is a department-level event, and the purpose is to encourage students from the BBA Department to develop their Public Speaking skills and stimulate the participants’ critical thinking ability. Additionally, the students will participate in various debate-oriented rounds that will ignite their competitive spirits to test their intellectual capabilities and provide a nurturing ground to bring out the best of their skills. 

This debate event offered significant benefits, including enhancing communication skills, developing critical thinking, building confidence, expanding knowledge, fostering networking and collaboration, showcasing talent, engaging the audience, instilling a sense of achievement, promoting the college's image, and providing a learning experience for organizers. Overall, it contributed to the holistic development of participants and promoted an intellectually stimulating campus environment.

  • IGNITE

It is a three-day business fest, which the 2nd year students of BBA organize for the first-year students. Ignite, this exhilarating annual business festival for first-year students only, is a dynamic showcase of diverse talents and skills. Ignite provides a unique platform for budding business enthusiasts to ignite their passions, learn, network, and compete in a vibrant environment of innovation and collaboration, with engaging clubs dedicated to Marketing, Finance, SMPR, MDQ, ED, HRM, and Analytics. Join us for a transformative experience that will lay the groundwork for your future business success.

The Christ University School of Business and Management Association works diligently each year to offer students exciting opportunities to shape their futures by enhancing knowledge, boosting competence, teaching life skills, and instilling values through a variety of competitions that live up to its vision of "Compete, Collaborate, and Create."
Every Friday, the association hosts a variety of events. Events are held specifically in the fields of marketing, finance, human resources, entrepreneurship development, Strategic Management and Public Relation, Analytics. The top teams are chosen for the semi-finals and finals, which take place on stage in front of a large crowd, after preliminary rounds.
IGNITE is an intradepartmental management fest that is organised exclusively for the first-year students of the School of Business and Management comprising of various events like Best Manager, Best Management Team, Debate, HR, Finance, Marketing, Business Plan and Business Quiz. The tagline representing the fest is “Kindle the Festing Spirit” - which also speaks for the intentions of this event; to challenge the young minds and introduce them to the culture of events and festing. The result of this will be a heightened ability to brainstorm and come up with fresh, authentic ideas paired with much-needed techniques. The event also provided the ideal stage for freshmen undergraduate applicants to demonstrate their talent in a variety of activities.
INSPIRA was an inter-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). Students from colleges and universities across the country competed for the title of the undefeated paladins in a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ managerial abilities were put to test in an assortment of perplexing events and challenges of a conflicting reality in an unknown realm. Where the destructible scenarios demanded immediate attention, participants had to devise solutions that meet out-of-the-world concerns. 
The day started with an enthusiastic participation of students, from colleges across India. We saw the Best of Managers and their teams fight against the pressure of being pitted against the clock. We saw the rise and fall of stocks and how future traders plan on handling the news. We saw pitches being delivered in elevators and products being ideated for a better tomorrow. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
All in all, the participants, organizing members and everyone involved walked away with realms of experiences that no time travel can give you!
MELANGE is a unique multi-disciplinary, inter-institutional festival which included a multitude of management, cultural, literary & theatre and e gaming events. The fest consisted of events ranging from business and management to cultural events to literary & theatre to gaming e-sports events. Mélange aimed at bringing the talents of participants across various disciplines such as management, cultural, literary & theater competitions, E-gaming and auction under one platform. The event saw a participation of several institutions from all over the country. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event. The students worked with zeal, came up with innovative ideas in designing the rounds for all the events and decorated the campus and stalls with colorful and creative banners. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event.
IMPERIO was an intra-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). The event was attended by the entire BBA business analytics department. It primarily involved the first and second-year students who competed for the title of the undefeated 8-Bit Gamer with a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ administrative skills were put to the test in a variety of intriguing activities and tasks centered on the event's theme, 8-Bit Games. This gave them the impression that a nostalgic memory can become a real-life situation. There were instances when the event required participants to provide remarkable answers that met the criteria for solving real-world challenges.
The students gave it their all across the two-day event, displaying excitement, competitiveness, and perseverance. Participants demonstrated their tenacity by working against the clock to develop innovative, long-term solutions to "real-world" challenges. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
KALEIDO’23 was conducted on 20th January 2023. This was the first event of the year organized collectively by the class representatives. Each delegate took the leadership in any of the necessary tasks for the execution of the event and carried it out using their own thoughts and various methods. The Kaleido being a cultural event featured numerous forms of entertainment and enjoyment. The purpose of this activity was to provide students more insight into how to effectively plan and carry out an event within a short period. It was an arduous, challenging, and competitive event.

  • Project-based learning

Students take up projects from the second semester onwards, which helps to supplement theoretical knowledge with practical exposure. These projects enable them to understand the finer aspects and relevance of teamwork and also the importance of working in a group. In addition to this faculty use different methodologies to keep the class engaged and facilitate experiential learning through role-plays, case studies, group discussions, flipped class etc.

  • Guest Lecture

Students are given the opportunity to interact with eminent guests from the industry on a regular basis. These guests have vast experience in the industry and their inputs will add immense value to the students in shaping their career dreams. 

  • Workshops

Workshops are conducted on specific domains to equip the students with the required skills as demanded by the industry.
Skill enhancement courses
Students undergo courses specifically in the analytics domain such as R programming, Python etc. to enable them to be industry-ready. These courses are designed and delivered by industry experts who have put in decades of experience in their respective fields.

  • Activity Based learning (ABL)

The department has its unique approach towards teaching and learning.  The practical approach towards teaching and learning by the department is more towards hands-on which helps the students to learn the topics more towards problem solving approach.  Activity based learning is one of the department’s unique practice for all the courses where students were taught based on an activity.  More precisely the department practice outdoor activities more in teaching and learning process. 

  • Activity Based Assessment (ABA)

Traditional method of class room assignment or examination may provide more knowledge.  However, the department believes in affective domain of learning and assessing students.  The assessment is connected with business fest or particular activity where students have to perform task in such events.  The student will be assessed based on the skill produced in such activity.  In such way department believe in psychomotor domain of learning and assessing the students set of skills in the particular course.

  • Field Based Learning (FBL)

Industrial visit is a mandatory practice of the department at least twice a year.  Particular courses are identified which are directly related to the industry and certain topics are chosen from such courses and these topics are delivered in the field by the expert from industry.  Student have to prepare a report and at the end of the visit students will be tested with assessment on their learning experience and the skills required for such field.  Students marks are awarded based on the report and the assessment conducted in the industry. This helps students to learn hands on experience on relevant areas.

  • Industry Integrated Certificate Course(s) (IICC)

Student will be offered every semester at least one industry integrated certificate course which are from Information Technology integrated.  The certificate training will be offered by the Industry individuals for 30 hours and appropriate assessment will be conducted to award certificate from the industry. These certificates are designed for the programme and market needs.

  • Value Added Course (VAC)

The student will also be exposed to value added course in every semester apart from the regular curriculum which are integrated towards the latest trend in the business domain.  The courses are from the field of Fintech, Blockchain for Business, Basic analytics, analytics for business problems, Cryptocurrencies and its operation and so on.  These courses are offered as a value added to the student which are integrated in the programme.  
 

 

The Bachelor's program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa provides the right ambience to enable students in pursuing entrepreneurial ambitions and perform managerial roles as business Consultants and Analysts in an array of industries. The program structure absorbs students to experience various frontages of effectively launching, managing and leading a business venture. With specialization in Business Analytics as the prime focus, the program equips them with skillsets to deftly analyze and segregate huge data for relevant decision making. 

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO1    Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2    Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3    Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

PLO 1.1    Demonstrate awareness of social issues
PLO 1.2    Identify ethical issues in business
PLO 1.3    Compare ethical practices in different contexts
PLO 1.4    Analyze stakeholder impact on social issues
PLO 1.5    Evaluate ethical perspectives of business actions
PLO 1.6    Propose initiatives to address social issues

Functional Knowledge and Application

PLO 2.1    Demonstrate understanding of concepts/theories of management
PLO 2.2    Utilize domain specific concepts/techniques to address business problems
PLO 2.3    Examine business decisions with cross functional lens
PLO 2.4    Compare organisational practices to theoretical frameworks
PLO 2.5    Estimate relevance of management theories in business scenarios

 

Communication

PLO 3.1    Summarize key facts with clarity
PLO 3.2    Organize content with appropriate structure and style
PLO 3.3    Choose appropriate language (verbal and non-verbal) while expressing views
PLO 3.4    Demonstrate clarity and coherence in writing
PLO 3.5    Develop documents with appropriate structure and style

 

 

Problem Solving

PLO 4.1    Outline relevant facts in the context
PLO 4.2    Identify causes of the problem
PLO 4.3    List relevant assumptions
PLO 4.4    Choose appropriate framework for analysis
PLO 4.5    Propose possible solutions with their implications

Analytical Acumen

PLO 5.1    Demonstrate and understanding of various sources of credible data
PLO 5.2    Identify discrepancies/inconsistencies in the data
PLO 5.3    Analyze trends, patterns or connections in the data
PLO 5.4    Interpret results of data analysis to aid business making
PLO 5.5    Design data visualization-based dashboards for business

 

The Bachelors program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to beUniversity), Lavasa prepares young minds with a positive outlook for excellentperformance and committed service.Students will acquire requisite skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of a changing business environment, develop the ability to critically analyze emergingbusiness issues, and develop insights from huge amount of business data. Some of the programme outcomes are:

PO1    Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity.
PO2    Functional Knowledge and Application
PO3    Communication
PO4    Problem Solving
PSO    Analytical Acumen

 

The teaching methods used by the faculty members include lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work. In a lecture period, an academic staff member or a visiting lecturer presents ideas or information to a body of students. Seminar assessments act as a platform to discuss ideas with students. The discussion is led by a member of the staff or a nominated student and moderated by one or more staff members. In a tutorial, the students solve problems under the guidance of a staff member with whom they can also discuss the information presented in a previous lecture. 

In each field, the time allocated over the semester to lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work is at the discretion of the lecturer involved. While more formal instruction (studies and laboratory work) necessarily constitutes an essential aspect of the work, tutorials and, to a lesser extent, seminars are of value in providing time for students to discuss their problems with staff members.

 

Candidates will be intimated about the Selection status (Selected / Wait Listed / Not Selected) through the “Application Status” link on the University website. The Selection results will be declared as mentioned in the important dates link.

Note: Candidates must note that if selected, admission is provisional and subject to University rules.

Details on how to process admission will be available on Offer of Admission through ‘Application Status’ link on the University website.

Candidates are required to choose the preferred date and time from available options to facilitate smooth admission process.

As per UGC guidelines, fee payment has to be made through online mode. Payment options and details will be provided to selected candidates through ‘Offer of Admission’ on ‘Application status’ on the University website. Fees for first year including Admission Registration fee must be paid in full as part of the admission process.

Admission will not be processed without the presence of the candidate and the mandatory ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS and one set of photocopies mentioned below;

  1. Class 10 Marks Statement (Mandatory).
  2. Class 12 Marks Statement, if candidate has appeared and passed the examination (Mandatory).
  3. Transfer Certificate (TC) of Class 12 from the last qualified institution (Mandatory).
  4. Migration Certificate of Class 12 (applicable for all candidates except Maharashtra state board applicants) (Mandatory).
  5. One Stamp size and One passport size photograph formal dress with white background (Mandatory).  
  6. Two Copies of the Online Payment Receipt (Mandatory).
  7. Copy of valid ID proof (Aadhar Card / Aadhar Enrolment Receipt).
  8. Candidates falling under any of these categories (NRI / PIO / OCI / SAARC / AFRICA / ASEAN / OTHER FOREIGN NATIONALS) have to submit:
  • Copy of Passport and Visa Details (Mandatory).
  • PIO / OCI have to produce the copy of PIO/OCI card whichever is applicable (Mandatory).      
  • Medical Fitness Certificate (MFC) from any recognized medical practitioner certified by the Medical Council of India and
  • 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 July 15, 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 the International student category (ISC) should register with the Foreigner Regional Registration Officer (FRRO / FRO) of the Local Police in Bengaluru, India within 14 working days from the date of admission or arriving in Bengaluru.

The date of commencement of the academic Year 2024 - 2025 will be intimated during the admission process.


Please note:

  1. The University does not collect any type of capitation/donation other than the fees mentioned on the website.
  2. CHRIST (Deemed to be University) does not authorize any Third Party / Agents / Person to apply/offer admission on its behalf. CHRIST (Deemed to be University) will not be responsible for applicants being misguided by such individuals / SMS / Email.
  3. All those admitted to the programme will have to purchase a laptop at their own cost if required by the department.
  4. 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.
  5. The decision of the admission committee is final and binding.

 

The School of Business and Management, BBA, strives to create socially responsible leaders while strengthening their abilities to be valuable corporate citizens. The school is committed to its prime client in developing the skill sets to solve social problems.
The department has constructed its academic and learning deliverable based on its mission and vision. The off-campus offers a undergraduate management program with HR, Marketing, Supply Chain, Operations and Finance at the core of all functionalities of Business.  The programme moves beyond just looking at business perspective to see the problem solving and decision making techniques for better business sustainability.
Together with their academics, our students are actively interested in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. We also ensure that each student is assigned a faculty mentor who will stick with them and provide ongoing guidance and mentorship. Students must do Social Concern project where they will doing a service learning concept in the NGOs. Students must complete a 8-week summer internship programme on real-world business initiatives as a stepping stone to their subsequent work experience. Students must publish a research paper at the final year of their course to enhance knowledge through scientific theories, concepts, and ideas. We have effectively managed academic (including assessments and evaluations) and extracurricular activities through a variety of online channels, ensuring that our students remain in regular contact with us.

 

CHRIST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT ASSOCATION (CUSBMA) – A STUDENT DRIVEN BODY IN SKILL DEVELOPMENT

  • MELANGE 

An inter-institutional gathering designed for participants under the age of 23. The ever-growing and prospering students' team has developed this event. At the heart of our event lies the Model United Nations segment. In this era of economic prosperity, nationalism, and transformative technology, Melange MUN stands as a beacon for diplomacy and leadership excellence.

This event, themed after "Sankalp - Diplomacy Amid Crisis," aspires to be more than a conventional meeting of minds. It's a dynamic platform meticulously crafted to ignite comprehensive youth development. We strive to equip participants with the skills necessary to tackle contemporary challenges, fostering an intellectually stimulating environment where delegates refine their public speaking, delve into international relations intricacies, and cultivate critical thinking and complex problem-solving skills. Melange is not just about addressing single issues; it's a revolutionary change with a significant impact and a lasting impression on the students. Our theme encapsulates that addressing multifaceted challenges requires a holistic approach with an eye for detail.

  • EKLAVYA 

It represents our prestigious Annual Business Fest, a distinguished 3-day intra-collegiate celebration. The students of all four UG departments will be allowed to experience six thrilling rounds, which will unfold and leave them on the edge of their seats.

Aligned with the ethos of fostering entrepreneurial acumen, we firmly believe in the significance of equipping every student with this essential skill set for their future endeavors. Consequently, we have meticulously designed Eklavya to be an inclusive event, welcoming participants from all departments across our esteemed campus.

This festival is a unique platform for students to exhibit their exemplary business and entrepreneurship skills through engaging and thought-provoking rounds. Beyond a showcase of talent, Eklavya provides participants with an opportunity for self-assessment and personal growth, akin to the visionary self-monitoring ethos embodied by the legendary figure, "Eklavya" himself.

  • KALEIDO

It is a vibrant cultural open-stage program tailored for the BBA Cluster-2 community to celebrate diversity and creativity. 

Through performances, KALEIDO offers a dynamic platform for students to showcase their talents, express themselves, and engage with various forms of art and culture. From music and dance to poetry and visual arts, KALEIDO embraces the rich tapestry of cultural expressions within the cluster, fostering a sense of unity and appreciation for cultural diversity. The program encourages continuous participation and exploration, ensuring an immersive experience that ignites inspiration and deeper connections within the BBA community.

  • IMPERIO

It is a departmental Business Fest. The event teaches several domains, i.e., SMPR, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship development. 

The diligent group devoted is excited to teach the art of festing and give them real-life examples of how the real world works. The leading cause of organizing an event like this is to provide the participants with a sense of teamwork and hands-on experience of working under stress.

IMPERIO makes the students great festers, researchers, and analyzers. This fest gives the participants a taste of what the real world has to offer through rigorous rounds, judging, and cross-questioning; if they excel in all the domains, they are announced as the kings of the kingdom, known as IMPERIO.

  • GLADIATOR 

This is a department-level Sports and Cultural 15-day-long event. The event is spread over 10 activities and participation from all the classes of BBA. We have Multiple sports and cultural events boosting the essence of team spirit and coordination in the students Introduction of the event:

The energetic and motivated CUBMA TEAM, a group devoted to promoting a lively and supportive community inside our educational institution, organizes the event. The major goal of organizing this event is to provide its members with a much-needed respite, allowing them to refresh their thoughts and unwind from the severe rigors of their academic and extracurricular activities.

The CUSBMA TEAM strives to establish a pleasant and inclusive environment by fostering moments of relaxation and enjoyment, eventually contributing to its members' general well-being and mental health. It is a concerted attempt to encourage a good work-life balance, allowing students to recharge their batteries and return to their duties with renewed vigor and excitement. 

  • INSPIRA

This is the epitome of excellence in inter-college events. INSPIRA is not just an event; it is an experience, a journey of innovation, creativity, and unbridled talent. INSPIRA is a celebration of the diverse talents that flourish within the walls of our esteemed institution. It is a canvas where students from every corner of our university come together to showcase their skills, their ideas, and their dreams. It is a platform that transcends boundaries and invites students from various departments to unite in the spirit of competition and camaraderie. 

Under the broad umbrella of INSPIRA, we have carefully crafted events, each representing a unique facet of excellence: Finance emphasizes financial acumen and investment strategies; HR explores team-building and leadership; Marketing nurtures creative strategies to engage audiences; Entrepreneurship encourages bringing innovative ideas to life; SMPR delves into strategic communication; The Best Manager and Best Management Team segments concentrate on excellence in people management and team leadership. Each module is tailored to develop specific skills, preparing participants for diverse business challenges.

  • ART EXTRAVAGANZA

It is a university and society-level event for Art organized by UMBRICIUS- Marketing Club of CHRIST University School of Business and Management Association (CUSBMA). It is a one-of-a-kind venue for students and student-owned small businesses to display their artistry and handmade goods. It encompasses various art genres, visual arts (such as painting, sculpture, and photography), art exhibitions, art auctions, etc. This event goes beyond traditional art, encompassing diverse creative expressions other than paintings. Small business owners can display and sell artwork and crafty goods at stalls, fostering a vibrant and diverse artistic community. 

Students will be asked to come up with durable art (on canvases), and these pieces will be auctioned off against the work of other students as well. A minimum bid price will be set per piece to try and ensure base amount recovery to the extent possible. A duration of 10 days will be granted to the students to make the required submissions. All the students of the university, staff and non-staff members, and people from Ashiana will be the bidders of the art and spectators of the stalls.

  • MDQ DEBATE

This event is a department-level event, and the purpose is to encourage students from the BBA Department to develop their Public Speaking skills and stimulate the participants’ critical thinking ability. Additionally, the students will participate in various debate-oriented rounds that will ignite their competitive spirits to test their intellectual capabilities and provide a nurturing ground to bring out the best of their skills. 

This debate event offered significant benefits, including enhancing communication skills, developing critical thinking, building confidence, expanding knowledge, fostering networking and collaboration, showcasing talent, engaging the audience, instilling a sense of achievement, promoting the college's image, and providing a learning experience for organizers. Overall, it contributed to the holistic development of participants and promoted an intellectually stimulating campus environment.

  • IGNITE

It is a three-day business fest, which the 2nd year students of BBA organize for the first-year students. Ignite, this exhilarating annual business festival for first-year students only, is a dynamic showcase of diverse talents and skills. Ignite provides a unique platform for budding business enthusiasts to ignite their passions, learn, network, and compete in a vibrant environment of innovation and collaboration, with engaging clubs dedicated to Marketing, Finance, SMPR, MDQ, ED, HRM, and Analytics. Join us for a transformative experience that will lay the groundwork for your future business success.

The Christ University School of Business and Management Association works diligently each year to offer students exciting opportunities to shape their futures by enhancing knowledge, boosting competence, teaching life skills, and instilling values through a variety of competitions that live up to its vision of "Compete, Collaborate, and Create."
Every Friday, the association hosts a variety of events. Events are held specifically in the fields of marketing, finance, human resources, entrepreneurship development, Strategic Management and Public Relation, Analytics. The top teams are chosen for the semi-finals and finals, which take place on stage in front of a large crowd, after preliminary rounds.
IGNITE is an intradepartmental management fest that is organised exclusively for the first-year students of the School of Business and Management comprising of various events like Best Manager, Best Management Team, Debate, HR, Finance, Marketing, Business Plan and Business Quiz. The tagline representing the fest is “Kindle the Festing Spirit” - which also speaks for the intentions of this event; to challenge the young minds and introduce them to the culture of events and festing. The result of this will be a heightened ability to brainstorm and come up with fresh, authentic ideas paired with much-needed techniques. The event also provided the ideal stage for freshmen undergraduate applicants to demonstrate their talent in a variety of activities.
INSPIRA was an inter-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). Students from colleges and universities across the country competed for the title of the undefeated paladins in a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ managerial abilities were put to test in an assortment of perplexing events and challenges of a conflicting reality in an unknown realm. Where the destructible scenarios demanded immediate attention, participants had to devise solutions that meet out-of-the-world concerns. 
The day started with an enthusiastic participation of students, from colleges across India. We saw the Best of Managers and their teams fight against the pressure of being pitted against the clock. We saw the rise and fall of stocks and how future traders plan on handling the news. We saw pitches being delivered in elevators and products being ideated for a better tomorrow. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
All in all, the participants, organizing members and everyone involved walked away with realms of experiences that no time travel can give you!
MELANGE is a unique multi-disciplinary, inter-institutional festival which included a multitude of management, cultural, literary & theatre and e gaming events. The fest consisted of events ranging from business and management to cultural events to literary & theatre to gaming e-sports events. Mélange aimed at bringing the talents of participants across various disciplines such as management, cultural, literary & theater competitions, E-gaming and auction under one platform. The event saw a participation of several institutions from all over the country. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event. The students worked with zeal, came up with innovative ideas in designing the rounds for all the events and decorated the campus and stalls with colorful and creative banners. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event.
IMPERIO was an intra-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). The event was attended by the entire BBA business analytics department. It primarily involved the first and second-year students who competed for the title of the undefeated 8-Bit Gamer with a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ administrative skills were put to the test in a variety of intriguing activities and tasks centered on the event's theme, 8-Bit Games. This gave them the impression that a nostalgic memory can become a real-life situation. There were instances when the event required participants to provide remarkable answers that met the criteria for solving real-world challenges.
The students gave it their all across the two-day event, displaying excitement, competitiveness, and perseverance. Participants demonstrated their tenacity by working against the clock to develop innovative, long-term solutions to "real-world" challenges. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
KALEIDO’23 was conducted on 20th January 2023. This was the first event of the year organized collectively by the class representatives. Each delegate took the leadership in any of the necessary tasks for the execution of the event and carried it out using their own thoughts and various methods. The Kaleido being a cultural event featured numerous forms of entertainment and enjoyment. The purpose of this activity was to provide students more insight into how to effectively plan and carry out an event within a short period. It was an arduous, challenging, and competitive event.

  • Project-based learning

Students take up projects from the second semester onwards, which helps to supplement theoretical knowledge with practical exposure. These projects enable them to understand the finer aspects and relevance of teamwork and also the importance of working in a group. In addition to this faculty use different methodologies to keep the class engaged and facilitate experiential learning through role-plays, case studies, group discussions, flipped class etc.

  • Guest Lecture

Students are given the opportunity to interact with eminent guests from the industry on a regular basis. These guests have vast experience in the industry and their inputs will add immense value to the students in shaping their career dreams. 

  • Workshops

Workshops are conducted on specific domains to equip the students with the required skills as demanded by the industry.
Skill enhancement courses
Students undergo courses specifically in the analytics domain such as R programming, Python etc. to enable them to be industry-ready. These courses are designed and delivered by industry experts who have put in decades of experience in their respective fields.

  • Activity Based learning (ABL)

The department has its unique approach towards teaching and learning.  The practical approach towards teaching and learning by the department is more towards hands-on which helps the students to learn the topics more towards problem solving approach.  Activity based learning is one of the department’s unique practice for all the courses where students were taught based on an activity.  More precisely the department practice outdoor activities more in teaching and learning process. 

  • Activity Based Assessment (ABA)

Traditional method of class room assignment or examination may provide more knowledge.  However, the department believes in affective domain of learning and assessing students.  The assessment is connected with business fest or particular activity where students have to perform task in such events.  The student will be assessed based on the skill produced in such activity.  In such way department believe in psychomotor domain of learning and assessing the students set of skills in the particular course.

  • Field Based Learning (FBL)

Industrial visit is a mandatory practice of the department at least twice a year.  Particular courses are identified which are directly related to the industry and certain topics are chosen from such courses and these topics are delivered in the field by the expert from industry.  Student have to prepare a report and at the end of the visit students will be tested with assessment on their learning experience and the skills required for such field.  Students marks are awarded based on the report and the assessment conducted in the industry. This helps students to learn hands on experience on relevant areas.

  • Industry Integrated Certificate Course(s) (IICC)

Student will be offered every semester at least one industry integrated certificate course which are from Information Technology integrated.  The certificate training will be offered by the Industry individuals for 30 hours and appropriate assessment will be conducted to award certificate from the industry. These certificates are designed for the programme and market needs.

  • Value Added Course (VAC)

The student will also be exposed to value added course in every semester apart from the regular curriculum which are integrated towards the latest trend in the business domain.  The courses are from the field of Fintech, Blockchain for Business, Basic analytics, analytics for business problems, Cryptocurrencies and its operation and so on.  These courses are offered as a value added to the student which are integrated in the programme.  
 

 

The Bachelor's program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa provides the right ambience to enable students in pursuing entrepreneurial ambitions and perform managerial roles as business Consultants and Analysts in an array of industries. The program structure absorbs students to experience various frontages of effectively launching, managing and leading a business venture. With specialization in Business Analytics as the prime focus, the program equips them with skillsets to deftly analyze and segregate huge data for relevant decision making. 

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO1    Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2    Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3    Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

PLO 1.1    Demonstrate awareness of social issues
PLO 1.2    Identify ethical issues in business
PLO 1.3    Compare ethical practices in different contexts
PLO 1.4    Analyze stakeholder impact on social issues
PLO 1.5    Evaluate ethical perspectives of business actions
PLO 1.6    Propose initiatives to address social issues

Functional Knowledge and Application

PLO 2.1    Demonstrate understanding of concepts/theories of management
PLO 2.2    Utilize domain specific concepts/techniques to address business problems
PLO 2.3    Examine business decisions with cross functional lens
PLO 2.4    Compare organisational practices to theoretical frameworks
PLO 2.5    Estimate relevance of management theories in business scenarios

 

Communication

PLO 3.1    Summarize key facts with clarity
PLO 3.2    Organize content with appropriate structure and style
PLO 3.3    Choose appropriate language (verbal and non-verbal) while expressing views
PLO 3.4    Demonstrate clarity and coherence in writing
PLO 3.5    Develop documents with appropriate structure and style

 

 

Problem Solving

PLO 4.1    Outline relevant facts in the context
PLO 4.2    Identify causes of the problem
PLO 4.3    List relevant assumptions
PLO 4.4    Choose appropriate framework for analysis
PLO 4.5    Propose possible solutions with their implications

Analytical Acumen

PLO 5.1    Demonstrate and understanding of various sources of credible data
PLO 5.2    Identify discrepancies/inconsistencies in the data
PLO 5.3    Analyze trends, patterns or connections in the data
PLO 5.4    Interpret results of data analysis to aid business making
PLO 5.5    Design data visualization-based dashboards for business

 

The Bachelors program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to beUniversity), Lavasa prepares young minds with a positive outlook for excellentperformance and committed service.Students will acquire requisite skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of a changing business environment, develop the ability to critically analyze emergingbusiness issues, and develop insights from huge amount of business data. Some of the programme outcomes are:

PO1    Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity.
PO2    Functional Knowledge and Application
PO3    Communication
PO4    Problem Solving
PSO    Analytical Acumen

 

The teaching methods used by the faculty members include lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work. In a lecture period, an academic staff member or a visiting lecturer presents ideas or information to a body of students. Seminar assessments act as a platform to discuss ideas with students. The discussion is led by a member of the staff or a nominated student and moderated by one or more staff members. In a tutorial, the students solve problems under the guidance of a staff member with whom they can also discuss the information presented in a previous lecture. 

In each field, the time allocated over the semester to lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work is at the discretion of the lecturer involved. While more formal instruction (studies and laboratory work) necessarily constitutes an essential aspect of the work, tutorials and, to a lesser extent, seminars are of value in providing time for students to discuss their problems with staff members.

 

All applicants using online mode must visit the online application page.  Register by entering your 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).
Applications can be filled online prior to the declaration of class XII results and saved. Class XII marks can be entered only after verification of the self-attested internet printout of the XII results.
Guidelines to applicants:
To fill the application you must have a copy of the statement of marks of Class 10, Class 12 (Can be entered only after results are declared) (Mandatory).  
Fill in all the details on 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”.
The application registration fee may be paid through Credit/Debit Card/Net banking facility (for online applicants only).
Choose the payment option and fill in the required details to process the “Application processing fee”. The application will be submitted online after payment of the application processing fee.
After the payment is successful you will receive the application number with the option to save your application form (if filling the application prior to the declaration of class XII result).
Candidates must submit the filled-in application forms along with the supporting documents (duly self-attested) within 3 days of the declaration of Maharashtra HSC/ISC/CBSE results in-person/ Parents / Guardian. Applications not submitted to the Office of Admissions within 3 days from the declaration of class XII results (Maharastra PUC/CBSE/ISC) will not be considered for the merit list. Other Boards whose results may be declared after the above-mentioned Boards will be considered subject to the availability of seats.
No application will be considered if submitted by COURIER or POST.
Documents to be submitted in Person / Parents / Guardian:
Photocopy of Class 10 Marks Card (Mandatory).    
Internet copy of Class 12 Marks Card self-attested (Mandatory).
Valid Category Certificate (For candidates from Maharastra PU applying under various categories) (Mandatory).
Baptism Certificate from the Parish Priest / Pastor for Karnataka Christian Students (Mandatory).
Registration Payment Receipt from ICAI (Applicable for BCom F & A only).
1 recent passport size and 1 stamp size photographs in formal dress of (Photo size of 35mm x 45mm with white background only - Standard Indian Passport Format only). The application may be rejected if the photograph is not according to the specification.
Copy of signed application form. Keep a copy of the application form for further reference.
Candidates falling under any of these categories (NRI / PIO / OCI / SAARC / AFRICA / ASEAN / OTHER FOREIGN NATIONALS) have to submit:
Copy of Passport and Visa Details (Mandatory).        
Candidates applying under PIO or OCI have to produce a copy of PIO or OCI card whichever is
applicable (Mandatory).
Candidates, who are unable to print the application form due to system/power/internet failure, may log on to the “Application Status” link and enter your email id, password and captcha details to view and print the application form.

After processing the Application Forms, the cut off percentage will be declared and displayed on the University notice board / University website. No postal/telephonic / e-mail communication will be given from the University. The University does not authorize any individual or organization to operate on its behalf.

The School of Business and Management, BBA, strives to create socially responsible leaders while strengthening their abilities to be valuable corporate citizens. The school is committed to its prime client in developing the skill sets to solve social problems.
The department has constructed its academic and learning deliverable based on its mission and vision. The off-campus offers a undergraduate management program with HR, Marketing, Supply Chain, Operations and Finance at the core of all functionalities of Business.  The programme moves beyond just looking at business perspective to see the problem solving and decision making techniques for better business sustainability.
Together with their academics, our students are actively interested in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. We also ensure that each student is assigned a faculty mentor who will stick with them and provide ongoing guidance and mentorship. Students must do Social Concern project where they will doing a service learning concept in the NGOs. Students must complete a 8-week summer internship programme on real-world business initiatives as a stepping stone to their subsequent work experience. Students must publish a research paper at the final year of their course to enhance knowledge through scientific theories, concepts, and ideas. We have effectively managed academic (including assessments and evaluations) and extracurricular activities through a variety of online channels, ensuring that our students remain in regular contact with us.

 

CHRIST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT ASSOCATION (CUSBMA) – A STUDENT DRIVEN BODY IN SKILL DEVELOPMENT

  • MELANGE 

An inter-institutional gathering designed for participants under the age of 23. The ever-growing and prospering students' team has developed this event. At the heart of our event lies the Model United Nations segment. In this era of economic prosperity, nationalism, and transformative technology, Melange MUN stands as a beacon for diplomacy and leadership excellence.

This event, themed after "Sankalp - Diplomacy Amid Crisis," aspires to be more than a conventional meeting of minds. It's a dynamic platform meticulously crafted to ignite comprehensive youth development. We strive to equip participants with the skills necessary to tackle contemporary challenges, fostering an intellectually stimulating environment where delegates refine their public speaking, delve into international relations intricacies, and cultivate critical thinking and complex problem-solving skills. Melange is not just about addressing single issues; it's a revolutionary change with a significant impact and a lasting impression on the students. Our theme encapsulates that addressing multifaceted challenges requires a holistic approach with an eye for detail.

  • EKLAVYA 

It represents our prestigious Annual Business Fest, a distinguished 3-day intra-collegiate celebration. The students of all four UG departments will be allowed to experience six thrilling rounds, which will unfold and leave them on the edge of their seats.

Aligned with the ethos of fostering entrepreneurial acumen, we firmly believe in the significance of equipping every student with this essential skill set for their future endeavors. Consequently, we have meticulously designed Eklavya to be an inclusive event, welcoming participants from all departments across our esteemed campus.

This festival is a unique platform for students to exhibit their exemplary business and entrepreneurship skills through engaging and thought-provoking rounds. Beyond a showcase of talent, Eklavya provides participants with an opportunity for self-assessment and personal growth, akin to the visionary self-monitoring ethos embodied by the legendary figure, "Eklavya" himself.

  • KALEIDO

It is a vibrant cultural open-stage program tailored for the BBA Cluster-2 community to celebrate diversity and creativity. 

Through performances, KALEIDO offers a dynamic platform for students to showcase their talents, express themselves, and engage with various forms of art and culture. From music and dance to poetry and visual arts, KALEIDO embraces the rich tapestry of cultural expressions within the cluster, fostering a sense of unity and appreciation for cultural diversity. The program encourages continuous participation and exploration, ensuring an immersive experience that ignites inspiration and deeper connections within the BBA community.

  • IMPERIO

It is a departmental Business Fest. The event teaches several domains, i.e., SMPR, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship development. 

The diligent group devoted is excited to teach the art of festing and give them real-life examples of how the real world works. The leading cause of organizing an event like this is to provide the participants with a sense of teamwork and hands-on experience of working under stress.

IMPERIO makes the students great festers, researchers, and analyzers. This fest gives the participants a taste of what the real world has to offer through rigorous rounds, judging, and cross-questioning; if they excel in all the domains, they are announced as the kings of the kingdom, known as IMPERIO.

  • GLADIATOR 

This is a department-level Sports and Cultural 15-day-long event. The event is spread over 10 activities and participation from all the classes of BBA. We have Multiple sports and cultural events boosting the essence of team spirit and coordination in the students Introduction of the event:

The energetic and motivated CUBMA TEAM, a group devoted to promoting a lively and supportive community inside our educational institution, organizes the event. The major goal of organizing this event is to provide its members with a much-needed respite, allowing them to refresh their thoughts and unwind from the severe rigors of their academic and extracurricular activities.

The CUSBMA TEAM strives to establish a pleasant and inclusive environment by fostering moments of relaxation and enjoyment, eventually contributing to its members' general well-being and mental health. It is a concerted attempt to encourage a good work-life balance, allowing students to recharge their batteries and return to their duties with renewed vigor and excitement. 

  • INSPIRA

This is the epitome of excellence in inter-college events. INSPIRA is not just an event; it is an experience, a journey of innovation, creativity, and unbridled talent. INSPIRA is a celebration of the diverse talents that flourish within the walls of our esteemed institution. It is a canvas where students from every corner of our university come together to showcase their skills, their ideas, and their dreams. It is a platform that transcends boundaries and invites students from various departments to unite in the spirit of competition and camaraderie. 

Under the broad umbrella of INSPIRA, we have carefully crafted events, each representing a unique facet of excellence: Finance emphasizes financial acumen and investment strategies; HR explores team-building and leadership; Marketing nurtures creative strategies to engage audiences; Entrepreneurship encourages bringing innovative ideas to life; SMPR delves into strategic communication; The Best Manager and Best Management Team segments concentrate on excellence in people management and team leadership. Each module is tailored to develop specific skills, preparing participants for diverse business challenges.

  • ART EXTRAVAGANZA

It is a university and society-level event for Art organized by UMBRICIUS- Marketing Club of CHRIST University School of Business and Management Association (CUSBMA). It is a one-of-a-kind venue for students and student-owned small businesses to display their artistry and handmade goods. It encompasses various art genres, visual arts (such as painting, sculpture, and photography), art exhibitions, art auctions, etc. This event goes beyond traditional art, encompassing diverse creative expressions other than paintings. Small business owners can display and sell artwork and crafty goods at stalls, fostering a vibrant and diverse artistic community. 

Students will be asked to come up with durable art (on canvases), and these pieces will be auctioned off against the work of other students as well. A minimum bid price will be set per piece to try and ensure base amount recovery to the extent possible. A duration of 10 days will be granted to the students to make the required submissions. All the students of the university, staff and non-staff members, and people from Ashiana will be the bidders of the art and spectators of the stalls.

  • MDQ DEBATE

This event is a department-level event, and the purpose is to encourage students from the BBA Department to develop their Public Speaking skills and stimulate the participants’ critical thinking ability. Additionally, the students will participate in various debate-oriented rounds that will ignite their competitive spirits to test their intellectual capabilities and provide a nurturing ground to bring out the best of their skills. 

This debate event offered significant benefits, including enhancing communication skills, developing critical thinking, building confidence, expanding knowledge, fostering networking and collaboration, showcasing talent, engaging the audience, instilling a sense of achievement, promoting the college's image, and providing a learning experience for organizers. Overall, it contributed to the holistic development of participants and promoted an intellectually stimulating campus environment.

  • IGNITE

It is a three-day business fest, which the 2nd year students of BBA organize for the first-year students. Ignite, this exhilarating annual business festival for first-year students only, is a dynamic showcase of diverse talents and skills. Ignite provides a unique platform for budding business enthusiasts to ignite their passions, learn, network, and compete in a vibrant environment of innovation and collaboration, with engaging clubs dedicated to Marketing, Finance, SMPR, MDQ, ED, HRM, and Analytics. Join us for a transformative experience that will lay the groundwork for your future business success.

The Christ University School of Business and Management Association works diligently each year to offer students exciting opportunities to shape their futures by enhancing knowledge, boosting competence, teaching life skills, and instilling values through a variety of competitions that live up to its vision of "Compete, Collaborate, and Create."
Every Friday, the association hosts a variety of events. Events are held specifically in the fields of marketing, finance, human resources, entrepreneurship development, Strategic Management and Public Relation, Analytics. The top teams are chosen for the semi-finals and finals, which take place on stage in front of a large crowd, after preliminary rounds.
IGNITE is an intradepartmental management fest that is organised exclusively for the first-year students of the School of Business and Management comprising of various events like Best Manager, Best Management Team, Debate, HR, Finance, Marketing, Business Plan and Business Quiz. The tagline representing the fest is “Kindle the Festing Spirit” - which also speaks for the intentions of this event; to challenge the young minds and introduce them to the culture of events and festing. The result of this will be a heightened ability to brainstorm and come up with fresh, authentic ideas paired with much-needed techniques. The event also provided the ideal stage for freshmen undergraduate applicants to demonstrate their talent in a variety of activities.
INSPIRA was an inter-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). Students from colleges and universities across the country competed for the title of the undefeated paladins in a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ managerial abilities were put to test in an assortment of perplexing events and challenges of a conflicting reality in an unknown realm. Where the destructible scenarios demanded immediate attention, participants had to devise solutions that meet out-of-the-world concerns. 
The day started with an enthusiastic participation of students, from colleges across India. We saw the Best of Managers and their teams fight against the pressure of being pitted against the clock. We saw the rise and fall of stocks and how future traders plan on handling the news. We saw pitches being delivered in elevators and products being ideated for a better tomorrow. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
All in all, the participants, organizing members and everyone involved walked away with realms of experiences that no time travel can give you!
MELANGE is a unique multi-disciplinary, inter-institutional festival which included a multitude of management, cultural, literary & theatre and e gaming events. The fest consisted of events ranging from business and management to cultural events to literary & theatre to gaming e-sports events. Mélange aimed at bringing the talents of participants across various disciplines such as management, cultural, literary & theater competitions, E-gaming and auction under one platform. The event saw a participation of several institutions from all over the country. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event. The students worked with zeal, came up with innovative ideas in designing the rounds for all the events and decorated the campus and stalls with colorful and creative banners. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event.
IMPERIO was an intra-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). The event was attended by the entire BBA business analytics department. It primarily involved the first and second-year students who competed for the title of the undefeated 8-Bit Gamer with a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ administrative skills were put to the test in a variety of intriguing activities and tasks centered on the event's theme, 8-Bit Games. This gave them the impression that a nostalgic memory can become a real-life situation. There were instances when the event required participants to provide remarkable answers that met the criteria for solving real-world challenges.
The students gave it their all across the two-day event, displaying excitement, competitiveness, and perseverance. Participants demonstrated their tenacity by working against the clock to develop innovative, long-term solutions to "real-world" challenges. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
KALEIDO’23 was conducted on 20th January 2023. This was the first event of the year organized collectively by the class representatives. Each delegate took the leadership in any of the necessary tasks for the execution of the event and carried it out using their own thoughts and various methods. The Kaleido being a cultural event featured numerous forms of entertainment and enjoyment. The purpose of this activity was to provide students more insight into how to effectively plan and carry out an event within a short period. It was an arduous, challenging, and competitive event.

  • Project-based learning

Students take up projects from the second semester onwards, which helps to supplement theoretical knowledge with practical exposure. These projects enable them to understand the finer aspects and relevance of teamwork and also the importance of working in a group. In addition to this faculty use different methodologies to keep the class engaged and facilitate experiential learning through role-plays, case studies, group discussions, flipped class etc.

  • Guest Lecture

Students are given the opportunity to interact with eminent guests from the industry on a regular basis. These guests have vast experience in the industry and their inputs will add immense value to the students in shaping their career dreams. 

  • Workshops

Workshops are conducted on specific domains to equip the students with the required skills as demanded by the industry.
Skill enhancement courses
Students undergo courses specifically in the analytics domain such as R programming, Python etc. to enable them to be industry-ready. These courses are designed and delivered by industry experts who have put in decades of experience in their respective fields.

  • Activity Based learning (ABL)

The department has its unique approach towards teaching and learning.  The practical approach towards teaching and learning by the department is more towards hands-on which helps the students to learn the topics more towards problem solving approach.  Activity based learning is one of the department’s unique practice for all the courses where students were taught based on an activity.  More precisely the department practice outdoor activities more in teaching and learning process. 

  • Activity Based Assessment (ABA)

Traditional method of class room assignment or examination may provide more knowledge.  However, the department believes in affective domain of learning and assessing students.  The assessment is connected with business fest or particular activity where students have to perform task in such events.  The student will be assessed based on the skill produced in such activity.  In such way department believe in psychomotor domain of learning and assessing the students set of skills in the particular course.

  • Field Based Learning (FBL)

Industrial visit is a mandatory practice of the department at least twice a year.  Particular courses are identified which are directly related to the industry and certain topics are chosen from such courses and these topics are delivered in the field by the expert from industry.  Student have to prepare a report and at the end of the visit students will be tested with assessment on their learning experience and the skills required for such field.  Students marks are awarded based on the report and the assessment conducted in the industry. This helps students to learn hands on experience on relevant areas.

  • Industry Integrated Certificate Course(s) (IICC)

Student will be offered every semester at least one industry integrated certificate course which are from Information Technology integrated.  The certificate training will be offered by the Industry individuals for 30 hours and appropriate assessment will be conducted to award certificate from the industry. These certificates are designed for the programme and market needs.

  • Value Added Course (VAC)

The student will also be exposed to value added course in every semester apart from the regular curriculum which are integrated towards the latest trend in the business domain.  The courses are from the field of Fintech, Blockchain for Business, Basic analytics, analytics for business problems, Cryptocurrencies and its operation and so on.  These courses are offered as a value added to the student which are integrated in the programme.  
 

 

The Bachelor's program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa provides the right ambience to enable students in pursuing entrepreneurial ambitions and perform managerial roles as business Consultants and Analysts in an array of industries. The program structure absorbs students to experience various frontages of effectively launching, managing and leading a business venture. With specialization in Business Analytics as the prime focus, the program equips them with skillsets to deftly analyze and segregate huge data for relevant decision making. 

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO1    Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2    Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3    Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

PLO 1.1    Demonstrate awareness of social issues
PLO 1.2    Identify ethical issues in business
PLO 1.3    Compare ethical practices in different contexts
PLO 1.4    Analyze stakeholder impact on social issues
PLO 1.5    Evaluate ethical perspectives of business actions
PLO 1.6    Propose initiatives to address social issues

Functional Knowledge and Application

PLO 2.1    Demonstrate understanding of concepts/theories of management
PLO 2.2    Utilize domain specific concepts/techniques to address business problems
PLO 2.3    Examine business decisions with cross functional lens
PLO 2.4    Compare organisational practices to theoretical frameworks
PLO 2.5    Estimate relevance of management theories in business scenarios

 

Communication

PLO 3.1    Summarize key facts with clarity
PLO 3.2    Organize content with appropriate structure and style
PLO 3.3    Choose appropriate language (verbal and non-verbal) while expressing views
PLO 3.4    Demonstrate clarity and coherence in writing
PLO 3.5    Develop documents with appropriate structure and style

 

 

Problem Solving

PLO 4.1    Outline relevant facts in the context
PLO 4.2    Identify causes of the problem
PLO 4.3    List relevant assumptions
PLO 4.4    Choose appropriate framework for analysis
PLO 4.5    Propose possible solutions with their implications

Analytical Acumen

PLO 5.1    Demonstrate and understanding of various sources of credible data
PLO 5.2    Identify discrepancies/inconsistencies in the data
PLO 5.3    Analyze trends, patterns or connections in the data
PLO 5.4    Interpret results of data analysis to aid business making
PLO 5.5    Design data visualization-based dashboards for business

 

The Bachelors program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to beUniversity), Lavasa prepares young minds with a positive outlook for excellentperformance and committed service.Students will acquire requisite skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of a changing business environment, develop the ability to critically analyze emergingbusiness issues, and develop insights from huge amount of business data. Some of the programme outcomes are:

PO1    Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity.
PO2    Functional Knowledge and Application
PO3    Communication
PO4    Problem Solving
PSO    Analytical Acumen

 

The teaching methods used by the faculty members include lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work. In a lecture period, an academic staff member or a visiting lecturer presents ideas or information to a body of students. Seminar assessments act as a platform to discuss ideas with students. The discussion is led by a member of the staff or a nominated student and moderated by one or more staff members. In a tutorial, the students solve problems under the guidance of a staff member with whom they can also discuss the information presented in a previous lecture. 

In each field, the time allocated over the semester to lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work is at the discretion of the lecturer involved. While more formal instruction (studies and laboratory work) necessarily constitutes an essential aspect of the work, tutorials and, to a lesser extent, seminars are of value in providing time for students to discuss their problems with staff members.

 

Basic eligibility for the programme is a pass at the +2 level (Maharashtra HSC / ISC / CBSE / NIOS / State Boards) in any stream (Humanities, Social Sciences, Commerce & Management, Sciences) from any recognised Board in India.

  • Candidates writing the +2 examinations in March-May 2024 may apply with their class X and XI marks.
  • Students pursuing International curriculum must note that eligibility is according to AIU stipulations:
  • Applicants pursuing IB curriculum must have 3 HL and 3 SL with 24 credits.
  • Applicants pursuing GCE / Edexcel must have a minimum of 3 A levels grade not less than C.

The School of Business and Management, BBA, strives to create socially responsible leaders while strengthening their abilities to be valuable corporate citizens. The school is committed to its prime client in developing the skill sets to solve social problems.
The department has constructed its academic and learning deliverable based on its mission and vision. The off-campus offers a undergraduate management program with HR, Marketing, Supply Chain, Operations and Finance at the core of all functionalities of Business.  The programme moves beyond just looking at business perspective to see the problem solving and decision making techniques for better business sustainability.
Together with their academics, our students are actively interested in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. We also ensure that each student is assigned a faculty mentor who will stick with them and provide ongoing guidance and mentorship. Students must do Social Concern project where they will doing a service learning concept in the NGOs. Students must complete a 8-week summer internship programme on real-world business initiatives as a stepping stone to their subsequent work experience. Students must publish a research paper at the final year of their course to enhance knowledge through scientific theories, concepts, and ideas. We have effectively managed academic (including assessments and evaluations) and extracurricular activities through a variety of online channels, ensuring that our students remain in regular contact with us.

 

CHRIST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT ASSOCATION (CUSBMA) – A STUDENT DRIVEN BODY IN SKILL DEVELOPMENT

  • MELANGE 

An inter-institutional gathering designed for participants under the age of 23. The ever-growing and prospering students' team has developed this event. At the heart of our event lies the Model United Nations segment. In this era of economic prosperity, nationalism, and transformative technology, Melange MUN stands as a beacon for diplomacy and leadership excellence.

This event, themed after "Sankalp - Diplomacy Amid Crisis," aspires to be more than a conventional meeting of minds. It's a dynamic platform meticulously crafted to ignite comprehensive youth development. We strive to equip participants with the skills necessary to tackle contemporary challenges, fostering an intellectually stimulating environment where delegates refine their public speaking, delve into international relations intricacies, and cultivate critical thinking and complex problem-solving skills. Melange is not just about addressing single issues; it's a revolutionary change with a significant impact and a lasting impression on the students. Our theme encapsulates that addressing multifaceted challenges requires a holistic approach with an eye for detail.

  • EKLAVYA 

It represents our prestigious Annual Business Fest, a distinguished 3-day intra-collegiate celebration. The students of all four UG departments will be allowed to experience six thrilling rounds, which will unfold and leave them on the edge of their seats.

Aligned with the ethos of fostering entrepreneurial acumen, we firmly believe in the significance of equipping every student with this essential skill set for their future endeavors. Consequently, we have meticulously designed Eklavya to be an inclusive event, welcoming participants from all departments across our esteemed campus.

This festival is a unique platform for students to exhibit their exemplary business and entrepreneurship skills through engaging and thought-provoking rounds. Beyond a showcase of talent, Eklavya provides participants with an opportunity for self-assessment and personal growth, akin to the visionary self-monitoring ethos embodied by the legendary figure, "Eklavya" himself.

  • KALEIDO

It is a vibrant cultural open-stage program tailored for the BBA Cluster-2 community to celebrate diversity and creativity. 

Through performances, KALEIDO offers a dynamic platform for students to showcase their talents, express themselves, and engage with various forms of art and culture. From music and dance to poetry and visual arts, KALEIDO embraces the rich tapestry of cultural expressions within the cluster, fostering a sense of unity and appreciation for cultural diversity. The program encourages continuous participation and exploration, ensuring an immersive experience that ignites inspiration and deeper connections within the BBA community.

  • IMPERIO

It is a departmental Business Fest. The event teaches several domains, i.e., SMPR, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship development. 

The diligent group devoted is excited to teach the art of festing and give them real-life examples of how the real world works. The leading cause of organizing an event like this is to provide the participants with a sense of teamwork and hands-on experience of working under stress.

IMPERIO makes the students great festers, researchers, and analyzers. This fest gives the participants a taste of what the real world has to offer through rigorous rounds, judging, and cross-questioning; if they excel in all the domains, they are announced as the kings of the kingdom, known as IMPERIO.

  • GLADIATOR 

This is a department-level Sports and Cultural 15-day-long event. The event is spread over 10 activities and participation from all the classes of BBA. We have Multiple sports and cultural events boosting the essence of team spirit and coordination in the students Introduction of the event:

The energetic and motivated CUBMA TEAM, a group devoted to promoting a lively and supportive community inside our educational institution, organizes the event. The major goal of organizing this event is to provide its members with a much-needed respite, allowing them to refresh their thoughts and unwind from the severe rigors of their academic and extracurricular activities.

The CUSBMA TEAM strives to establish a pleasant and inclusive environment by fostering moments of relaxation and enjoyment, eventually contributing to its members' general well-being and mental health. It is a concerted attempt to encourage a good work-life balance, allowing students to recharge their batteries and return to their duties with renewed vigor and excitement. 

  • INSPIRA

This is the epitome of excellence in inter-college events. INSPIRA is not just an event; it is an experience, a journey of innovation, creativity, and unbridled talent. INSPIRA is a celebration of the diverse talents that flourish within the walls of our esteemed institution. It is a canvas where students from every corner of our university come together to showcase their skills, their ideas, and their dreams. It is a platform that transcends boundaries and invites students from various departments to unite in the spirit of competition and camaraderie. 

Under the broad umbrella of INSPIRA, we have carefully crafted events, each representing a unique facet of excellence: Finance emphasizes financial acumen and investment strategies; HR explores team-building and leadership; Marketing nurtures creative strategies to engage audiences; Entrepreneurship encourages bringing innovative ideas to life; SMPR delves into strategic communication; The Best Manager and Best Management Team segments concentrate on excellence in people management and team leadership. Each module is tailored to develop specific skills, preparing participants for diverse business challenges.

  • ART EXTRAVAGANZA

It is a university and society-level event for Art organized by UMBRICIUS- Marketing Club of CHRIST University School of Business and Management Association (CUSBMA). It is a one-of-a-kind venue for students and student-owned small businesses to display their artistry and handmade goods. It encompasses various art genres, visual arts (such as painting, sculpture, and photography), art exhibitions, art auctions, etc. This event goes beyond traditional art, encompassing diverse creative expressions other than paintings. Small business owners can display and sell artwork and crafty goods at stalls, fostering a vibrant and diverse artistic community. 

Students will be asked to come up with durable art (on canvases), and these pieces will be auctioned off against the work of other students as well. A minimum bid price will be set per piece to try and ensure base amount recovery to the extent possible. A duration of 10 days will be granted to the students to make the required submissions. All the students of the university, staff and non-staff members, and people from Ashiana will be the bidders of the art and spectators of the stalls.

  • MDQ DEBATE

This event is a department-level event, and the purpose is to encourage students from the BBA Department to develop their Public Speaking skills and stimulate the participants’ critical thinking ability. Additionally, the students will participate in various debate-oriented rounds that will ignite their competitive spirits to test their intellectual capabilities and provide a nurturing ground to bring out the best of their skills. 

This debate event offered significant benefits, including enhancing communication skills, developing critical thinking, building confidence, expanding knowledge, fostering networking and collaboration, showcasing talent, engaging the audience, instilling a sense of achievement, promoting the college's image, and providing a learning experience for organizers. Overall, it contributed to the holistic development of participants and promoted an intellectually stimulating campus environment.

  • IGNITE

It is a three-day business fest, which the 2nd year students of BBA organize for the first-year students. Ignite, this exhilarating annual business festival for first-year students only, is a dynamic showcase of diverse talents and skills. Ignite provides a unique platform for budding business enthusiasts to ignite their passions, learn, network, and compete in a vibrant environment of innovation and collaboration, with engaging clubs dedicated to Marketing, Finance, SMPR, MDQ, ED, HRM, and Analytics. Join us for a transformative experience that will lay the groundwork for your future business success.

The Christ University School of Business and Management Association works diligently each year to offer students exciting opportunities to shape their futures by enhancing knowledge, boosting competence, teaching life skills, and instilling values through a variety of competitions that live up to its vision of "Compete, Collaborate, and Create."
Every Friday, the association hosts a variety of events. Events are held specifically in the fields of marketing, finance, human resources, entrepreneurship development, Strategic Management and Public Relation, Analytics. The top teams are chosen for the semi-finals and finals, which take place on stage in front of a large crowd, after preliminary rounds.
IGNITE is an intradepartmental management fest that is organised exclusively for the first-year students of the School of Business and Management comprising of various events like Best Manager, Best Management Team, Debate, HR, Finance, Marketing, Business Plan and Business Quiz. The tagline representing the fest is “Kindle the Festing Spirit” - which also speaks for the intentions of this event; to challenge the young minds and introduce them to the culture of events and festing. The result of this will be a heightened ability to brainstorm and come up with fresh, authentic ideas paired with much-needed techniques. The event also provided the ideal stage for freshmen undergraduate applicants to demonstrate their talent in a variety of activities.
INSPIRA was an inter-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). Students from colleges and universities across the country competed for the title of the undefeated paladins in a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ managerial abilities were put to test in an assortment of perplexing events and challenges of a conflicting reality in an unknown realm. Where the destructible scenarios demanded immediate attention, participants had to devise solutions that meet out-of-the-world concerns. 
The day started with an enthusiastic participation of students, from colleges across India. We saw the Best of Managers and their teams fight against the pressure of being pitted against the clock. We saw the rise and fall of stocks and how future traders plan on handling the news. We saw pitches being delivered in elevators and products being ideated for a better tomorrow. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
All in all, the participants, organizing members and everyone involved walked away with realms of experiences that no time travel can give you!
MELANGE is a unique multi-disciplinary, inter-institutional festival which included a multitude of management, cultural, literary & theatre and e gaming events. The fest consisted of events ranging from business and management to cultural events to literary & theatre to gaming e-sports events. Mélange aimed at bringing the talents of participants across various disciplines such as management, cultural, literary & theater competitions, E-gaming and auction under one platform. The event saw a participation of several institutions from all over the country. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event. The students worked with zeal, came up with innovative ideas in designing the rounds for all the events and decorated the campus and stalls with colorful and creative banners. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event.
IMPERIO was an intra-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). The event was attended by the entire BBA business analytics department. It primarily involved the first and second-year students who competed for the title of the undefeated 8-Bit Gamer with a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ administrative skills were put to the test in a variety of intriguing activities and tasks centered on the event's theme, 8-Bit Games. This gave them the impression that a nostalgic memory can become a real-life situation. There were instances when the event required participants to provide remarkable answers that met the criteria for solving real-world challenges.
The students gave it their all across the two-day event, displaying excitement, competitiveness, and perseverance. Participants demonstrated their tenacity by working against the clock to develop innovative, long-term solutions to "real-world" challenges. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
KALEIDO’23 was conducted on 20th January 2023. This was the first event of the year organized collectively by the class representatives. Each delegate took the leadership in any of the necessary tasks for the execution of the event and carried it out using their own thoughts and various methods. The Kaleido being a cultural event featured numerous forms of entertainment and enjoyment. The purpose of this activity was to provide students more insight into how to effectively plan and carry out an event within a short period. It was an arduous, challenging, and competitive event.

  • Project-based learning

Students take up projects from the second semester onwards, which helps to supplement theoretical knowledge with practical exposure. These projects enable them to understand the finer aspects and relevance of teamwork and also the importance of working in a group. In addition to this faculty use different methodologies to keep the class engaged and facilitate experiential learning through role-plays, case studies, group discussions, flipped class etc.

  • Guest Lecture

Students are given the opportunity to interact with eminent guests from the industry on a regular basis. These guests have vast experience in the industry and their inputs will add immense value to the students in shaping their career dreams. 

  • Workshops

Workshops are conducted on specific domains to equip the students with the required skills as demanded by the industry.
Skill enhancement courses
Students undergo courses specifically in the analytics domain such as R programming, Python etc. to enable them to be industry-ready. These courses are designed and delivered by industry experts who have put in decades of experience in their respective fields.

  • Activity Based learning (ABL)

The department has its unique approach towards teaching and learning.  The practical approach towards teaching and learning by the department is more towards hands-on which helps the students to learn the topics more towards problem solving approach.  Activity based learning is one of the department’s unique practice for all the courses where students were taught based on an activity.  More precisely the department practice outdoor activities more in teaching and learning process. 

  • Activity Based Assessment (ABA)

Traditional method of class room assignment or examination may provide more knowledge.  However, the department believes in affective domain of learning and assessing students.  The assessment is connected with business fest or particular activity where students have to perform task in such events.  The student will be assessed based on the skill produced in such activity.  In such way department believe in psychomotor domain of learning and assessing the students set of skills in the particular course.

  • Field Based Learning (FBL)

Industrial visit is a mandatory practice of the department at least twice a year.  Particular courses are identified which are directly related to the industry and certain topics are chosen from such courses and these topics are delivered in the field by the expert from industry.  Student have to prepare a report and at the end of the visit students will be tested with assessment on their learning experience and the skills required for such field.  Students marks are awarded based on the report and the assessment conducted in the industry. This helps students to learn hands on experience on relevant areas.

  • Industry Integrated Certificate Course(s) (IICC)

Student will be offered every semester at least one industry integrated certificate course which are from Information Technology integrated.  The certificate training will be offered by the Industry individuals for 30 hours and appropriate assessment will be conducted to award certificate from the industry. These certificates are designed for the programme and market needs.

  • Value Added Course (VAC)

The student will also be exposed to value added course in every semester apart from the regular curriculum which are integrated towards the latest trend in the business domain.  The courses are from the field of Fintech, Blockchain for Business, Basic analytics, analytics for business problems, Cryptocurrencies and its operation and so on.  These courses are offered as a value added to the student which are integrated in the programme.  
 

 

The Bachelor's program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa provides the right ambience to enable students in pursuing entrepreneurial ambitions and perform managerial roles as business Consultants and Analysts in an array of industries. The program structure absorbs students to experience various frontages of effectively launching, managing and leading a business venture. With specialization in Business Analytics as the prime focus, the program equips them with skillsets to deftly analyze and segregate huge data for relevant decision making. 

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO1    Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2    Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3    Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

PLO 1.1    Demonstrate awareness of social issues
PLO 1.2    Identify ethical issues in business
PLO 1.3    Compare ethical practices in different contexts
PLO 1.4    Analyze stakeholder impact on social issues
PLO 1.5    Evaluate ethical perspectives of business actions
PLO 1.6    Propose initiatives to address social issues

Functional Knowledge and Application

PLO 2.1    Demonstrate understanding of concepts/theories of management
PLO 2.2    Utilize domain specific concepts/techniques to address business problems
PLO 2.3    Examine business decisions with cross functional lens
PLO 2.4    Compare organisational practices to theoretical frameworks
PLO 2.5    Estimate relevance of management theories in business scenarios

 

Communication

PLO 3.1    Summarize key facts with clarity
PLO 3.2    Organize content with appropriate structure and style
PLO 3.3    Choose appropriate language (verbal and non-verbal) while expressing views
PLO 3.4    Demonstrate clarity and coherence in writing
PLO 3.5    Develop documents with appropriate structure and style

 

 

Problem Solving

PLO 4.1    Outline relevant facts in the context
PLO 4.2    Identify causes of the problem
PLO 4.3    List relevant assumptions
PLO 4.4    Choose appropriate framework for analysis
PLO 4.5    Propose possible solutions with their implications

Analytical Acumen

PLO 5.1    Demonstrate and understanding of various sources of credible data
PLO 5.2    Identify discrepancies/inconsistencies in the data
PLO 5.3    Analyze trends, patterns or connections in the data
PLO 5.4    Interpret results of data analysis to aid business making
PLO 5.5    Design data visualization-based dashboards for business

 

The Bachelors program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to beUniversity), Lavasa prepares young minds with a positive outlook for excellentperformance and committed service.Students will acquire requisite skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of a changing business environment, develop the ability to critically analyze emergingbusiness issues, and develop insights from huge amount of business data. Some of the programme outcomes are:

PO1    Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity.
PO2    Functional Knowledge and Application
PO3    Communication
PO4    Problem Solving
PSO    Analytical Acumen

 

The teaching methods used by the faculty members include lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work. In a lecture period, an academic staff member or a visiting lecturer presents ideas or information to a body of students. Seminar assessments act as a platform to discuss ideas with students. The discussion is led by a member of the staff or a nominated student and moderated by one or more staff members. In a tutorial, the students solve problems under the guidance of a staff member with whom they can also discuss the information presented in a previous lecture. 

In each field, the time allocated over the semester to lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work is at the discretion of the lecturer involved. While more formal instruction (studies and laboratory work) necessarily constitutes an essential aspect of the work, tutorials and, to a lesser extent, seminars are of value in providing time for students to discuss their problems with staff members.

 

1. Admission Registration fee of INR 5,000/- (Non-Refundable)

2. Programme fee as per the below table

Year

Indian States

NRI

Saarc / Africa / OCI / PIO /

ASEAN

Other Foreign Nationals

1

2,16,000 INR

3,46,000 INR

5,100 USD

5,700 USD

2

2,16,000 INR

3,46,000 INR

5,100 USD

5,700 USD

3

2,16,000 INR

3,46,000 INR

5,100 USD

5,700 USD

4.

2,70,000 INR 4,33,000 INR 5,600 USD 6,200 USD
Time of Payment:  All the candidates have to pay the I Year fee immediately after confirmation of the admission. II , III & IV Year fee must be remitted before 31 March of every year (end of financial year)

 

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

1. Indian nationals pursuing international curriculum in India will pay the fee applicable for NRI status for the first year (UG / PG / MPhil /Ph.D. Programme has to be approved by UGC / AIU).

(The above condition is not applicable to NRI and candidates applied under NRI Category).
2. NRI fee is applicable for the full duration of the programme for candidates who;

  • Have pursued and completed their last qualifying exam from outside India.
  • Are NRI and candidates who have applied under the NRI category.

3. To claim Indian category fee, the candidates should have studied last 7 years in India. (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. Application Fee for Inter/Foreign is USD 100            

6. 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 admission.

The School of Business and Management, BBA, strives to create socially responsible leaders while strengthening their abilities to be valuable corporate citizens. The school is committed to its prime client in developing the skill sets to solve social problems.
The department has constructed its academic and learning deliverable based on its mission and vision. The off-campus offers a undergraduate management program with HR, Marketing, Supply Chain, Operations and Finance at the core of all functionalities of Business.  The programme moves beyond just looking at business perspective to see the problem solving and decision making techniques for better business sustainability.
Together with their academics, our students are actively interested in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. We also ensure that each student is assigned a faculty mentor who will stick with them and provide ongoing guidance and mentorship. Students must do Social Concern project where they will doing a service learning concept in the NGOs. Students must complete a 8-week summer internship programme on real-world business initiatives as a stepping stone to their subsequent work experience. Students must publish a research paper at the final year of their course to enhance knowledge through scientific theories, concepts, and ideas. We have effectively managed academic (including assessments and evaluations) and extracurricular activities through a variety of online channels, ensuring that our students remain in regular contact with us.

 

CHRIST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT ASSOCATION (CUSBMA) – A STUDENT DRIVEN BODY IN SKILL DEVELOPMENT

  • MELANGE 

An inter-institutional gathering designed for participants under the age of 23. The ever-growing and prospering students' team has developed this event. At the heart of our event lies the Model United Nations segment. In this era of economic prosperity, nationalism, and transformative technology, Melange MUN stands as a beacon for diplomacy and leadership excellence.

This event, themed after "Sankalp - Diplomacy Amid Crisis," aspires to be more than a conventional meeting of minds. It's a dynamic platform meticulously crafted to ignite comprehensive youth development. We strive to equip participants with the skills necessary to tackle contemporary challenges, fostering an intellectually stimulating environment where delegates refine their public speaking, delve into international relations intricacies, and cultivate critical thinking and complex problem-solving skills. Melange is not just about addressing single issues; it's a revolutionary change with a significant impact and a lasting impression on the students. Our theme encapsulates that addressing multifaceted challenges requires a holistic approach with an eye for detail.

  • EKLAVYA 

It represents our prestigious Annual Business Fest, a distinguished 3-day intra-collegiate celebration. The students of all four UG departments will be allowed to experience six thrilling rounds, which will unfold and leave them on the edge of their seats.

Aligned with the ethos of fostering entrepreneurial acumen, we firmly believe in the significance of equipping every student with this essential skill set for their future endeavors. Consequently, we have meticulously designed Eklavya to be an inclusive event, welcoming participants from all departments across our esteemed campus.

This festival is a unique platform for students to exhibit their exemplary business and entrepreneurship skills through engaging and thought-provoking rounds. Beyond a showcase of talent, Eklavya provides participants with an opportunity for self-assessment and personal growth, akin to the visionary self-monitoring ethos embodied by the legendary figure, "Eklavya" himself.

  • KALEIDO

It is a vibrant cultural open-stage program tailored for the BBA Cluster-2 community to celebrate diversity and creativity. 

Through performances, KALEIDO offers a dynamic platform for students to showcase their talents, express themselves, and engage with various forms of art and culture. From music and dance to poetry and visual arts, KALEIDO embraces the rich tapestry of cultural expressions within the cluster, fostering a sense of unity and appreciation for cultural diversity. The program encourages continuous participation and exploration, ensuring an immersive experience that ignites inspiration and deeper connections within the BBA community.

  • IMPERIO

It is a departmental Business Fest. The event teaches several domains, i.e., SMPR, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship development. 

The diligent group devoted is excited to teach the art of festing and give them real-life examples of how the real world works. The leading cause of organizing an event like this is to provide the participants with a sense of teamwork and hands-on experience of working under stress.

IMPERIO makes the students great festers, researchers, and analyzers. This fest gives the participants a taste of what the real world has to offer through rigorous rounds, judging, and cross-questioning; if they excel in all the domains, they are announced as the kings of the kingdom, known as IMPERIO.

  • GLADIATOR 

This is a department-level Sports and Cultural 15-day-long event. The event is spread over 10 activities and participation from all the classes of BBA. We have Multiple sports and cultural events boosting the essence of team spirit and coordination in the students Introduction of the event:

The energetic and motivated CUBMA TEAM, a group devoted to promoting a lively and supportive community inside our educational institution, organizes the event. The major goal of organizing this event is to provide its members with a much-needed respite, allowing them to refresh their thoughts and unwind from the severe rigors of their academic and extracurricular activities.

The CUSBMA TEAM strives to establish a pleasant and inclusive environment by fostering moments of relaxation and enjoyment, eventually contributing to its members' general well-being and mental health. It is a concerted attempt to encourage a good work-life balance, allowing students to recharge their batteries and return to their duties with renewed vigor and excitement. 

  • INSPIRA

This is the epitome of excellence in inter-college events. INSPIRA is not just an event; it is an experience, a journey of innovation, creativity, and unbridled talent. INSPIRA is a celebration of the diverse talents that flourish within the walls of our esteemed institution. It is a canvas where students from every corner of our university come together to showcase their skills, their ideas, and their dreams. It is a platform that transcends boundaries and invites students from various departments to unite in the spirit of competition and camaraderie. 

Under the broad umbrella of INSPIRA, we have carefully crafted events, each representing a unique facet of excellence: Finance emphasizes financial acumen and investment strategies; HR explores team-building and leadership; Marketing nurtures creative strategies to engage audiences; Entrepreneurship encourages bringing innovative ideas to life; SMPR delves into strategic communication; The Best Manager and Best Management Team segments concentrate on excellence in people management and team leadership. Each module is tailored to develop specific skills, preparing participants for diverse business challenges.

  • ART EXTRAVAGANZA

It is a university and society-level event for Art organized by UMBRICIUS- Marketing Club of CHRIST University School of Business and Management Association (CUSBMA). It is a one-of-a-kind venue for students and student-owned small businesses to display their artistry and handmade goods. It encompasses various art genres, visual arts (such as painting, sculpture, and photography), art exhibitions, art auctions, etc. This event goes beyond traditional art, encompassing diverse creative expressions other than paintings. Small business owners can display and sell artwork and crafty goods at stalls, fostering a vibrant and diverse artistic community. 

Students will be asked to come up with durable art (on canvases), and these pieces will be auctioned off against the work of other students as well. A minimum bid price will be set per piece to try and ensure base amount recovery to the extent possible. A duration of 10 days will be granted to the students to make the required submissions. All the students of the university, staff and non-staff members, and people from Ashiana will be the bidders of the art and spectators of the stalls.

  • MDQ DEBATE

This event is a department-level event, and the purpose is to encourage students from the BBA Department to develop their Public Speaking skills and stimulate the participants’ critical thinking ability. Additionally, the students will participate in various debate-oriented rounds that will ignite their competitive spirits to test their intellectual capabilities and provide a nurturing ground to bring out the best of their skills. 

This debate event offered significant benefits, including enhancing communication skills, developing critical thinking, building confidence, expanding knowledge, fostering networking and collaboration, showcasing talent, engaging the audience, instilling a sense of achievement, promoting the college's image, and providing a learning experience for organizers. Overall, it contributed to the holistic development of participants and promoted an intellectually stimulating campus environment.

  • IGNITE

It is a three-day business fest, which the 2nd year students of BBA organize for the first-year students. Ignite, this exhilarating annual business festival for first-year students only, is a dynamic showcase of diverse talents and skills. Ignite provides a unique platform for budding business enthusiasts to ignite their passions, learn, network, and compete in a vibrant environment of innovation and collaboration, with engaging clubs dedicated to Marketing, Finance, SMPR, MDQ, ED, HRM, and Analytics. Join us for a transformative experience that will lay the groundwork for your future business success.

The Christ University School of Business and Management Association works diligently each year to offer students exciting opportunities to shape their futures by enhancing knowledge, boosting competence, teaching life skills, and instilling values through a variety of competitions that live up to its vision of "Compete, Collaborate, and Create."
Every Friday, the association hosts a variety of events. Events are held specifically in the fields of marketing, finance, human resources, entrepreneurship development, Strategic Management and Public Relation, Analytics. The top teams are chosen for the semi-finals and finals, which take place on stage in front of a large crowd, after preliminary rounds.
IGNITE is an intradepartmental management fest that is organised exclusively for the first-year students of the School of Business and Management comprising of various events like Best Manager, Best Management Team, Debate, HR, Finance, Marketing, Business Plan and Business Quiz. The tagline representing the fest is “Kindle the Festing Spirit” - which also speaks for the intentions of this event; to challenge the young minds and introduce them to the culture of events and festing. The result of this will be a heightened ability to brainstorm and come up with fresh, authentic ideas paired with much-needed techniques. The event also provided the ideal stage for freshmen undergraduate applicants to demonstrate their talent in a variety of activities.
INSPIRA was an inter-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). Students from colleges and universities across the country competed for the title of the undefeated paladins in a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ managerial abilities were put to test in an assortment of perplexing events and challenges of a conflicting reality in an unknown realm. Where the destructible scenarios demanded immediate attention, participants had to devise solutions that meet out-of-the-world concerns. 
The day started with an enthusiastic participation of students, from colleges across India. We saw the Best of Managers and their teams fight against the pressure of being pitted against the clock. We saw the rise and fall of stocks and how future traders plan on handling the news. We saw pitches being delivered in elevators and products being ideated for a better tomorrow. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
All in all, the participants, organizing members and everyone involved walked away with realms of experiences that no time travel can give you!
MELANGE is a unique multi-disciplinary, inter-institutional festival which included a multitude of management, cultural, literary & theatre and e gaming events. The fest consisted of events ranging from business and management to cultural events to literary & theatre to gaming e-sports events. Mélange aimed at bringing the talents of participants across various disciplines such as management, cultural, literary & theater competitions, E-gaming and auction under one platform. The event saw a participation of several institutions from all over the country. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event. The students worked with zeal, came up with innovative ideas in designing the rounds for all the events and decorated the campus and stalls with colorful and creative banners. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event.
IMPERIO was an intra-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). The event was attended by the entire BBA business analytics department. It primarily involved the first and second-year students who competed for the title of the undefeated 8-Bit Gamer with a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ administrative skills were put to the test in a variety of intriguing activities and tasks centered on the event's theme, 8-Bit Games. This gave them the impression that a nostalgic memory can become a real-life situation. There were instances when the event required participants to provide remarkable answers that met the criteria for solving real-world challenges.
The students gave it their all across the two-day event, displaying excitement, competitiveness, and perseverance. Participants demonstrated their tenacity by working against the clock to develop innovative, long-term solutions to "real-world" challenges. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
KALEIDO’23 was conducted on 20th January 2023. This was the first event of the year organized collectively by the class representatives. Each delegate took the leadership in any of the necessary tasks for the execution of the event and carried it out using their own thoughts and various methods. The Kaleido being a cultural event featured numerous forms of entertainment and enjoyment. The purpose of this activity was to provide students more insight into how to effectively plan and carry out an event within a short period. It was an arduous, challenging, and competitive event.

  • Project-based learning

Students take up projects from the second semester onwards, which helps to supplement theoretical knowledge with practical exposure. These projects enable them to understand the finer aspects and relevance of teamwork and also the importance of working in a group. In addition to this faculty use different methodologies to keep the class engaged and facilitate experiential learning through role-plays, case studies, group discussions, flipped class etc.

  • Guest Lecture

Students are given the opportunity to interact with eminent guests from the industry on a regular basis. These guests have vast experience in the industry and their inputs will add immense value to the students in shaping their career dreams. 

  • Workshops

Workshops are conducted on specific domains to equip the students with the required skills as demanded by the industry.
Skill enhancement courses
Students undergo courses specifically in the analytics domain such as R programming, Python etc. to enable them to be industry-ready. These courses are designed and delivered by industry experts who have put in decades of experience in their respective fields.

  • Activity Based learning (ABL)

The department has its unique approach towards teaching and learning.  The practical approach towards teaching and learning by the department is more towards hands-on which helps the students to learn the topics more towards problem solving approach.  Activity based learning is one of the department’s unique practice for all the courses where students were taught based on an activity.  More precisely the department practice outdoor activities more in teaching and learning process. 

  • Activity Based Assessment (ABA)

Traditional method of class room assignment or examination may provide more knowledge.  However, the department believes in affective domain of learning and assessing students.  The assessment is connected with business fest or particular activity where students have to perform task in such events.  The student will be assessed based on the skill produced in such activity.  In such way department believe in psychomotor domain of learning and assessing the students set of skills in the particular course.

  • Field Based Learning (FBL)

Industrial visit is a mandatory practice of the department at least twice a year.  Particular courses are identified which are directly related to the industry and certain topics are chosen from such courses and these topics are delivered in the field by the expert from industry.  Student have to prepare a report and at the end of the visit students will be tested with assessment on their learning experience and the skills required for such field.  Students marks are awarded based on the report and the assessment conducted in the industry. This helps students to learn hands on experience on relevant areas.

  • Industry Integrated Certificate Course(s) (IICC)

Student will be offered every semester at least one industry integrated certificate course which are from Information Technology integrated.  The certificate training will be offered by the Industry individuals for 30 hours and appropriate assessment will be conducted to award certificate from the industry. These certificates are designed for the programme and market needs.

  • Value Added Course (VAC)

The student will also be exposed to value added course in every semester apart from the regular curriculum which are integrated towards the latest trend in the business domain.  The courses are from the field of Fintech, Blockchain for Business, Basic analytics, analytics for business problems, Cryptocurrencies and its operation and so on.  These courses are offered as a value added to the student which are integrated in the programme.  
 

 

The Bachelor's program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa provides the right ambience to enable students in pursuing entrepreneurial ambitions and perform managerial roles as business Consultants and Analysts in an array of industries. The program structure absorbs students to experience various frontages of effectively launching, managing and leading a business venture. With specialization in Business Analytics as the prime focus, the program equips them with skillsets to deftly analyze and segregate huge data for relevant decision making. 

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO1    Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2    Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3    Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

PLO 1.1    Demonstrate awareness of social issues
PLO 1.2    Identify ethical issues in business
PLO 1.3    Compare ethical practices in different contexts
PLO 1.4    Analyze stakeholder impact on social issues
PLO 1.5    Evaluate ethical perspectives of business actions
PLO 1.6    Propose initiatives to address social issues

Functional Knowledge and Application

PLO 2.1    Demonstrate understanding of concepts/theories of management
PLO 2.2    Utilize domain specific concepts/techniques to address business problems
PLO 2.3    Examine business decisions with cross functional lens
PLO 2.4    Compare organisational practices to theoretical frameworks
PLO 2.5    Estimate relevance of management theories in business scenarios

 

Communication

PLO 3.1    Summarize key facts with clarity
PLO 3.2    Organize content with appropriate structure and style
PLO 3.3    Choose appropriate language (verbal and non-verbal) while expressing views
PLO 3.4    Demonstrate clarity and coherence in writing
PLO 3.5    Develop documents with appropriate structure and style

 

 

Problem Solving

PLO 4.1    Outline relevant facts in the context
PLO 4.2    Identify causes of the problem
PLO 4.3    List relevant assumptions
PLO 4.4    Choose appropriate framework for analysis
PLO 4.5    Propose possible solutions with their implications

Analytical Acumen

PLO 5.1    Demonstrate and understanding of various sources of credible data
PLO 5.2    Identify discrepancies/inconsistencies in the data
PLO 5.3    Analyze trends, patterns or connections in the data
PLO 5.4    Interpret results of data analysis to aid business making
PLO 5.5    Design data visualization-based dashboards for business

 

The Bachelors program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to beUniversity), Lavasa prepares young minds with a positive outlook for excellentperformance and committed service.Students will acquire requisite skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of a changing business environment, develop the ability to critically analyze emergingbusiness issues, and develop insights from huge amount of business data. Some of the programme outcomes are:

PO1    Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity.
PO2    Functional Knowledge and Application
PO3    Communication
PO4    Problem Solving
PSO    Analytical Acumen

 

The teaching methods used by the faculty members include lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work. In a lecture period, an academic staff member or a visiting lecturer presents ideas or information to a body of students. Seminar assessments act as a platform to discuss ideas with students. The discussion is led by a member of the staff or a nominated student and moderated by one or more staff members. In a tutorial, the students solve problems under the guidance of a staff member with whom they can also discuss the information presented in a previous lecture. 

In each field, the time allocated over the semester to lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work is at the discretion of the lecturer involved. While more formal instruction (studies and laboratory work) necessarily constitutes an essential aspect of the work, tutorials and, to a lesser extent, seminars are of value in providing time for students to discuss their problems with staff members.

 

Selection for the programme will be based on the performance in class XII.  After processing the Application forms of candidates whose supporting documents are submitted to the office within 3 days of the declaration of the class XII result (Maharashtra HSC/ISC/CBSE), the cut-off percentage will be declared and displayed on the University notice board/University website. No postal/telephonic/e-mail communication will be given from the University. Other Boards whose results may be declared after the above-mentioned Boards will be considered subject to the availability of seats. The University does not authorize any individual or organization to operate on its behalf.
Candidates will be intimated through appstat link: http://applavasa.christuniversity.in/ on the University website www.lavasa.christuniversity.in. No other communication will be made.   
Candidates failing to submit the application within the stipulated date and time will be considered as Not Selected.   
Candidates not submitting the category certificate from the concerned Maharashtra authorities will fall under general merit.   
Only Natives of Maharashtra, who can produce relevant documents from their Parish Priest/Pastor, will be considered under the CHRISTIANITY CATHOLIC and CHRISTIANITY NON-CATHOLIC category. 

 

The School of Business and Management, BBA, strives to create socially responsible leaders while strengthening their abilities to be valuable corporate citizens. The school is committed to its prime client in developing the skill sets to solve social problems.
The department has constructed its academic and learning deliverable based on its mission and vision. The off-campus offers a undergraduate management program with HR, Marketing, Supply Chain, Operations and Finance at the core of all functionalities of Business.  The programme moves beyond just looking at business perspective to see the problem solving and decision making techniques for better business sustainability.
Together with their academics, our students are actively interested in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. We also ensure that each student is assigned a faculty mentor who will stick with them and provide ongoing guidance and mentorship. Students must do Social Concern project where they will doing a service learning concept in the NGOs. Students must complete a 8-week summer internship programme on real-world business initiatives as a stepping stone to their subsequent work experience. Students must publish a research paper at the final year of their course to enhance knowledge through scientific theories, concepts, and ideas. We have effectively managed academic (including assessments and evaluations) and extracurricular activities through a variety of online channels, ensuring that our students remain in regular contact with us.

 

CHRIST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT ASSOCATION (CUSBMA) – A STUDENT DRIVEN BODY IN SKILL DEVELOPMENT

  • MELANGE 

An inter-institutional gathering designed for participants under the age of 23. The ever-growing and prospering students' team has developed this event. At the heart of our event lies the Model United Nations segment. In this era of economic prosperity, nationalism, and transformative technology, Melange MUN stands as a beacon for diplomacy and leadership excellence.

This event, themed after "Sankalp - Diplomacy Amid Crisis," aspires to be more than a conventional meeting of minds. It's a dynamic platform meticulously crafted to ignite comprehensive youth development. We strive to equip participants with the skills necessary to tackle contemporary challenges, fostering an intellectually stimulating environment where delegates refine their public speaking, delve into international relations intricacies, and cultivate critical thinking and complex problem-solving skills. Melange is not just about addressing single issues; it's a revolutionary change with a significant impact and a lasting impression on the students. Our theme encapsulates that addressing multifaceted challenges requires a holistic approach with an eye for detail.

  • EKLAVYA 

It represents our prestigious Annual Business Fest, a distinguished 3-day intra-collegiate celebration. The students of all four UG departments will be allowed to experience six thrilling rounds, which will unfold and leave them on the edge of their seats.

Aligned with the ethos of fostering entrepreneurial acumen, we firmly believe in the significance of equipping every student with this essential skill set for their future endeavors. Consequently, we have meticulously designed Eklavya to be an inclusive event, welcoming participants from all departments across our esteemed campus.

This festival is a unique platform for students to exhibit their exemplary business and entrepreneurship skills through engaging and thought-provoking rounds. Beyond a showcase of talent, Eklavya provides participants with an opportunity for self-assessment and personal growth, akin to the visionary self-monitoring ethos embodied by the legendary figure, "Eklavya" himself.

  • KALEIDO

It is a vibrant cultural open-stage program tailored for the BBA Cluster-2 community to celebrate diversity and creativity. 

Through performances, KALEIDO offers a dynamic platform for students to showcase their talents, express themselves, and engage with various forms of art and culture. From music and dance to poetry and visual arts, KALEIDO embraces the rich tapestry of cultural expressions within the cluster, fostering a sense of unity and appreciation for cultural diversity. The program encourages continuous participation and exploration, ensuring an immersive experience that ignites inspiration and deeper connections within the BBA community.

  • IMPERIO

It is a departmental Business Fest. The event teaches several domains, i.e., SMPR, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship development. 

The diligent group devoted is excited to teach the art of festing and give them real-life examples of how the real world works. The leading cause of organizing an event like this is to provide the participants with a sense of teamwork and hands-on experience of working under stress.

IMPERIO makes the students great festers, researchers, and analyzers. This fest gives the participants a taste of what the real world has to offer through rigorous rounds, judging, and cross-questioning; if they excel in all the domains, they are announced as the kings of the kingdom, known as IMPERIO.

  • GLADIATOR 

This is a department-level Sports and Cultural 15-day-long event. The event is spread over 10 activities and participation from all the classes of BBA. We have Multiple sports and cultural events boosting the essence of team spirit and coordination in the students Introduction of the event:

The energetic and motivated CUBMA TEAM, a group devoted to promoting a lively and supportive community inside our educational institution, organizes the event. The major goal of organizing this event is to provide its members with a much-needed respite, allowing them to refresh their thoughts and unwind from the severe rigors of their academic and extracurricular activities.

The CUSBMA TEAM strives to establish a pleasant and inclusive environment by fostering moments of relaxation and enjoyment, eventually contributing to its members' general well-being and mental health. It is a concerted attempt to encourage a good work-life balance, allowing students to recharge their batteries and return to their duties with renewed vigor and excitement. 

  • INSPIRA

This is the epitome of excellence in inter-college events. INSPIRA is not just an event; it is an experience, a journey of innovation, creativity, and unbridled talent. INSPIRA is a celebration of the diverse talents that flourish within the walls of our esteemed institution. It is a canvas where students from every corner of our university come together to showcase their skills, their ideas, and their dreams. It is a platform that transcends boundaries and invites students from various departments to unite in the spirit of competition and camaraderie. 

Under the broad umbrella of INSPIRA, we have carefully crafted events, each representing a unique facet of excellence: Finance emphasizes financial acumen and investment strategies; HR explores team-building and leadership; Marketing nurtures creative strategies to engage audiences; Entrepreneurship encourages bringing innovative ideas to life; SMPR delves into strategic communication; The Best Manager and Best Management Team segments concentrate on excellence in people management and team leadership. Each module is tailored to develop specific skills, preparing participants for diverse business challenges.

  • ART EXTRAVAGANZA

It is a university and society-level event for Art organized by UMBRICIUS- Marketing Club of CHRIST University School of Business and Management Association (CUSBMA). It is a one-of-a-kind venue for students and student-owned small businesses to display their artistry and handmade goods. It encompasses various art genres, visual arts (such as painting, sculpture, and photography), art exhibitions, art auctions, etc. This event goes beyond traditional art, encompassing diverse creative expressions other than paintings. Small business owners can display and sell artwork and crafty goods at stalls, fostering a vibrant and diverse artistic community. 

Students will be asked to come up with durable art (on canvases), and these pieces will be auctioned off against the work of other students as well. A minimum bid price will be set per piece to try and ensure base amount recovery to the extent possible. A duration of 10 days will be granted to the students to make the required submissions. All the students of the university, staff and non-staff members, and people from Ashiana will be the bidders of the art and spectators of the stalls.

  • MDQ DEBATE

This event is a department-level event, and the purpose is to encourage students from the BBA Department to develop their Public Speaking skills and stimulate the participants’ critical thinking ability. Additionally, the students will participate in various debate-oriented rounds that will ignite their competitive spirits to test their intellectual capabilities and provide a nurturing ground to bring out the best of their skills. 

This debate event offered significant benefits, including enhancing communication skills, developing critical thinking, building confidence, expanding knowledge, fostering networking and collaboration, showcasing talent, engaging the audience, instilling a sense of achievement, promoting the college's image, and providing a learning experience for organizers. Overall, it contributed to the holistic development of participants and promoted an intellectually stimulating campus environment.

  • IGNITE

It is a three-day business fest, which the 2nd year students of BBA organize for the first-year students. Ignite, this exhilarating annual business festival for first-year students only, is a dynamic showcase of diverse talents and skills. Ignite provides a unique platform for budding business enthusiasts to ignite their passions, learn, network, and compete in a vibrant environment of innovation and collaboration, with engaging clubs dedicated to Marketing, Finance, SMPR, MDQ, ED, HRM, and Analytics. Join us for a transformative experience that will lay the groundwork for your future business success.

The Christ University School of Business and Management Association works diligently each year to offer students exciting opportunities to shape their futures by enhancing knowledge, boosting competence, teaching life skills, and instilling values through a variety of competitions that live up to its vision of "Compete, Collaborate, and Create."
Every Friday, the association hosts a variety of events. Events are held specifically in the fields of marketing, finance, human resources, entrepreneurship development, Strategic Management and Public Relation, Analytics. The top teams are chosen for the semi-finals and finals, which take place on stage in front of a large crowd, after preliminary rounds.
IGNITE is an intradepartmental management fest that is organised exclusively for the first-year students of the School of Business and Management comprising of various events like Best Manager, Best Management Team, Debate, HR, Finance, Marketing, Business Plan and Business Quiz. The tagline representing the fest is “Kindle the Festing Spirit” - which also speaks for the intentions of this event; to challenge the young minds and introduce them to the culture of events and festing. The result of this will be a heightened ability to brainstorm and come up with fresh, authentic ideas paired with much-needed techniques. The event also provided the ideal stage for freshmen undergraduate applicants to demonstrate their talent in a variety of activities.
INSPIRA was an inter-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). Students from colleges and universities across the country competed for the title of the undefeated paladins in a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ managerial abilities were put to test in an assortment of perplexing events and challenges of a conflicting reality in an unknown realm. Where the destructible scenarios demanded immediate attention, participants had to devise solutions that meet out-of-the-world concerns. 
The day started with an enthusiastic participation of students, from colleges across India. We saw the Best of Managers and their teams fight against the pressure of being pitted against the clock. We saw the rise and fall of stocks and how future traders plan on handling the news. We saw pitches being delivered in elevators and products being ideated for a better tomorrow. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
All in all, the participants, organizing members and everyone involved walked away with realms of experiences that no time travel can give you!
MELANGE is a unique multi-disciplinary, inter-institutional festival which included a multitude of management, cultural, literary & theatre and e gaming events. The fest consisted of events ranging from business and management to cultural events to literary & theatre to gaming e-sports events. Mélange aimed at bringing the talents of participants across various disciplines such as management, cultural, literary & theater competitions, E-gaming and auction under one platform. The event saw a participation of several institutions from all over the country. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event. The students worked with zeal, came up with innovative ideas in designing the rounds for all the events and decorated the campus and stalls with colorful and creative banners. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event.
IMPERIO was an intra-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). The event was attended by the entire BBA business analytics department. It primarily involved the first and second-year students who competed for the title of the undefeated 8-Bit Gamer with a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ administrative skills were put to the test in a variety of intriguing activities and tasks centered on the event's theme, 8-Bit Games. This gave them the impression that a nostalgic memory can become a real-life situation. There were instances when the event required participants to provide remarkable answers that met the criteria for solving real-world challenges.
The students gave it their all across the two-day event, displaying excitement, competitiveness, and perseverance. Participants demonstrated their tenacity by working against the clock to develop innovative, long-term solutions to "real-world" challenges. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
KALEIDO’23 was conducted on 20th January 2023. This was the first event of the year organized collectively by the class representatives. Each delegate took the leadership in any of the necessary tasks for the execution of the event and carried it out using their own thoughts and various methods. The Kaleido being a cultural event featured numerous forms of entertainment and enjoyment. The purpose of this activity was to provide students more insight into how to effectively plan and carry out an event within a short period. It was an arduous, challenging, and competitive event.

  • Project-based learning

Students take up projects from the second semester onwards, which helps to supplement theoretical knowledge with practical exposure. These projects enable them to understand the finer aspects and relevance of teamwork and also the importance of working in a group. In addition to this faculty use different methodologies to keep the class engaged and facilitate experiential learning through role-plays, case studies, group discussions, flipped class etc.

  • Guest Lecture

Students are given the opportunity to interact with eminent guests from the industry on a regular basis. These guests have vast experience in the industry and their inputs will add immense value to the students in shaping their career dreams. 

  • Workshops

Workshops are conducted on specific domains to equip the students with the required skills as demanded by the industry.
Skill enhancement courses
Students undergo courses specifically in the analytics domain such as R programming, Python etc. to enable them to be industry-ready. These courses are designed and delivered by industry experts who have put in decades of experience in their respective fields.

  • Activity Based learning (ABL)

The department has its unique approach towards teaching and learning.  The practical approach towards teaching and learning by the department is more towards hands-on which helps the students to learn the topics more towards problem solving approach.  Activity based learning is one of the department’s unique practice for all the courses where students were taught based on an activity.  More precisely the department practice outdoor activities more in teaching and learning process. 

  • Activity Based Assessment (ABA)

Traditional method of class room assignment or examination may provide more knowledge.  However, the department believes in affective domain of learning and assessing students.  The assessment is connected with business fest or particular activity where students have to perform task in such events.  The student will be assessed based on the skill produced in such activity.  In such way department believe in psychomotor domain of learning and assessing the students set of skills in the particular course.

  • Field Based Learning (FBL)

Industrial visit is a mandatory practice of the department at least twice a year.  Particular courses are identified which are directly related to the industry and certain topics are chosen from such courses and these topics are delivered in the field by the expert from industry.  Student have to prepare a report and at the end of the visit students will be tested with assessment on their learning experience and the skills required for such field.  Students marks are awarded based on the report and the assessment conducted in the industry. This helps students to learn hands on experience on relevant areas.

  • Industry Integrated Certificate Course(s) (IICC)

Student will be offered every semester at least one industry integrated certificate course which are from Information Technology integrated.  The certificate training will be offered by the Industry individuals for 30 hours and appropriate assessment will be conducted to award certificate from the industry. These certificates are designed for the programme and market needs.

  • Value Added Course (VAC)

The student will also be exposed to value added course in every semester apart from the regular curriculum which are integrated towards the latest trend in the business domain.  The courses are from the field of Fintech, Blockchain for Business, Basic analytics, analytics for business problems, Cryptocurrencies and its operation and so on.  These courses are offered as a value added to the student which are integrated in the programme.  
 

 

The Bachelor's program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa provides the right ambience to enable students in pursuing entrepreneurial ambitions and perform managerial roles as business Consultants and Analysts in an array of industries. The program structure absorbs students to experience various frontages of effectively launching, managing and leading a business venture. With specialization in Business Analytics as the prime focus, the program equips them with skillsets to deftly analyze and segregate huge data for relevant decision making. 

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO1    Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2    Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3    Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

PLO 1.1    Demonstrate awareness of social issues
PLO 1.2    Identify ethical issues in business
PLO 1.3    Compare ethical practices in different contexts
PLO 1.4    Analyze stakeholder impact on social issues
PLO 1.5    Evaluate ethical perspectives of business actions
PLO 1.6    Propose initiatives to address social issues

Functional Knowledge and Application

PLO 2.1    Demonstrate understanding of concepts/theories of management
PLO 2.2    Utilize domain specific concepts/techniques to address business problems
PLO 2.3    Examine business decisions with cross functional lens
PLO 2.4    Compare organisational practices to theoretical frameworks
PLO 2.5    Estimate relevance of management theories in business scenarios

 

Communication

PLO 3.1    Summarize key facts with clarity
PLO 3.2    Organize content with appropriate structure and style
PLO 3.3    Choose appropriate language (verbal and non-verbal) while expressing views
PLO 3.4    Demonstrate clarity and coherence in writing
PLO 3.5    Develop documents with appropriate structure and style

 

 

Problem Solving

PLO 4.1    Outline relevant facts in the context
PLO 4.2    Identify causes of the problem
PLO 4.3    List relevant assumptions
PLO 4.4    Choose appropriate framework for analysis
PLO 4.5    Propose possible solutions with their implications

Analytical Acumen

PLO 5.1    Demonstrate and understanding of various sources of credible data
PLO 5.2    Identify discrepancies/inconsistencies in the data
PLO 5.3    Analyze trends, patterns or connections in the data
PLO 5.4    Interpret results of data analysis to aid business making
PLO 5.5    Design data visualization-based dashboards for business

 

The Bachelors program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to beUniversity), Lavasa prepares young minds with a positive outlook for excellentperformance and committed service.Students will acquire requisite skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of a changing business environment, develop the ability to critically analyze emergingbusiness issues, and develop insights from huge amount of business data. Some of the programme outcomes are:

PO1    Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity.
PO2    Functional Knowledge and Application
PO3    Communication
PO4    Problem Solving
PSO    Analytical Acumen

 

The teaching methods used by the faculty members include lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work. In a lecture period, an academic staff member or a visiting lecturer presents ideas or information to a body of students. Seminar assessments act as a platform to discuss ideas with students. The discussion is led by a member of the staff or a nominated student and moderated by one or more staff members. In a tutorial, the students solve problems under the guidance of a staff member with whom they can also discuss the information presented in a previous lecture. 

In each field, the time allocated over the semester to lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work is at the discretion of the lecturer involved. While more formal instruction (studies and laboratory work) necessarily constitutes an essential aspect of the work, tutorials and, to a lesser extent, seminars are of value in providing time for students to discuss their problems with staff members.

 

The School of Business and Management, BBA, strives to create socially responsible leaders while strengthening their abilities to be valuable corporate citizens. The school is committed to its prime client in developing the skill sets to solve social problems.
The department has constructed its academic and learning deliverable based on its mission and vision. The off-campus offers a undergraduate management program with HR, Marketing, Supply Chain, Operations and Finance at the core of all functionalities of Business.  The programme moves beyond just looking at business perspective to see the problem solving and decision making techniques for better business sustainability.
Together with their academics, our students are actively interested in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. We also ensure that each student is assigned a faculty mentor who will stick with them and provide ongoing guidance and mentorship. Students must do Social Concern project where they will doing a service learning concept in the NGOs. Students must complete a 8-week summer internship programme on real-world business initiatives as a stepping stone to their subsequent work experience. Students must publish a research paper at the final year of their course to enhance knowledge through scientific theories, concepts, and ideas. We have effectively managed academic (including assessments and evaluations) and extracurricular activities through a variety of online channels, ensuring that our students remain in regular contact with us.

 

CHRIST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT ASSOCATION (CUSBMA) – A STUDENT DRIVEN BODY IN SKILL DEVELOPMENT

  • MELANGE 

An inter-institutional gathering designed for participants under the age of 23. The ever-growing and prospering students' team has developed this event. At the heart of our event lies the Model United Nations segment. In this era of economic prosperity, nationalism, and transformative technology, Melange MUN stands as a beacon for diplomacy and leadership excellence.

This event, themed after "Sankalp - Diplomacy Amid Crisis," aspires to be more than a conventional meeting of minds. It's a dynamic platform meticulously crafted to ignite comprehensive youth development. We strive to equip participants with the skills necessary to tackle contemporary challenges, fostering an intellectually stimulating environment where delegates refine their public speaking, delve into international relations intricacies, and cultivate critical thinking and complex problem-solving skills. Melange is not just about addressing single issues; it's a revolutionary change with a significant impact and a lasting impression on the students. Our theme encapsulates that addressing multifaceted challenges requires a holistic approach with an eye for detail.

  • EKLAVYA 

It represents our prestigious Annual Business Fest, a distinguished 3-day intra-collegiate celebration. The students of all four UG departments will be allowed to experience six thrilling rounds, which will unfold and leave them on the edge of their seats.

Aligned with the ethos of fostering entrepreneurial acumen, we firmly believe in the significance of equipping every student with this essential skill set for their future endeavors. Consequently, we have meticulously designed Eklavya to be an inclusive event, welcoming participants from all departments across our esteemed campus.

This festival is a unique platform for students to exhibit their exemplary business and entrepreneurship skills through engaging and thought-provoking rounds. Beyond a showcase of talent, Eklavya provides participants with an opportunity for self-assessment and personal growth, akin to the visionary self-monitoring ethos embodied by the legendary figure, "Eklavya" himself.

  • KALEIDO

It is a vibrant cultural open-stage program tailored for the BBA Cluster-2 community to celebrate diversity and creativity. 

Through performances, KALEIDO offers a dynamic platform for students to showcase their talents, express themselves, and engage with various forms of art and culture. From music and dance to poetry and visual arts, KALEIDO embraces the rich tapestry of cultural expressions within the cluster, fostering a sense of unity and appreciation for cultural diversity. The program encourages continuous participation and exploration, ensuring an immersive experience that ignites inspiration and deeper connections within the BBA community.

  • IMPERIO

It is a departmental Business Fest. The event teaches several domains, i.e., SMPR, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship development. 

The diligent group devoted is excited to teach the art of festing and give them real-life examples of how the real world works. The leading cause of organizing an event like this is to provide the participants with a sense of teamwork and hands-on experience of working under stress.

IMPERIO makes the students great festers, researchers, and analyzers. This fest gives the participants a taste of what the real world has to offer through rigorous rounds, judging, and cross-questioning; if they excel in all the domains, they are announced as the kings of the kingdom, known as IMPERIO.

  • GLADIATOR 

This is a department-level Sports and Cultural 15-day-long event. The event is spread over 10 activities and participation from all the classes of BBA. We have Multiple sports and cultural events boosting the essence of team spirit and coordination in the students Introduction of the event:

The energetic and motivated CUBMA TEAM, a group devoted to promoting a lively and supportive community inside our educational institution, organizes the event. The major goal of organizing this event is to provide its members with a much-needed respite, allowing them to refresh their thoughts and unwind from the severe rigors of their academic and extracurricular activities.

The CUSBMA TEAM strives to establish a pleasant and inclusive environment by fostering moments of relaxation and enjoyment, eventually contributing to its members' general well-being and mental health. It is a concerted attempt to encourage a good work-life balance, allowing students to recharge their batteries and return to their duties with renewed vigor and excitement. 

  • INSPIRA

This is the epitome of excellence in inter-college events. INSPIRA is not just an event; it is an experience, a journey of innovation, creativity, and unbridled talent. INSPIRA is a celebration of the diverse talents that flourish within the walls of our esteemed institution. It is a canvas where students from every corner of our university come together to showcase their skills, their ideas, and their dreams. It is a platform that transcends boundaries and invites students from various departments to unite in the spirit of competition and camaraderie. 

Under the broad umbrella of INSPIRA, we have carefully crafted events, each representing a unique facet of excellence: Finance emphasizes financial acumen and investment strategies; HR explores team-building and leadership; Marketing nurtures creative strategies to engage audiences; Entrepreneurship encourages bringing innovative ideas to life; SMPR delves into strategic communication; The Best Manager and Best Management Team segments concentrate on excellence in people management and team leadership. Each module is tailored to develop specific skills, preparing participants for diverse business challenges.

  • ART EXTRAVAGANZA

It is a university and society-level event for Art organized by UMBRICIUS- Marketing Club of CHRIST University School of Business and Management Association (CUSBMA). It is a one-of-a-kind venue for students and student-owned small businesses to display their artistry and handmade goods. It encompasses various art genres, visual arts (such as painting, sculpture, and photography), art exhibitions, art auctions, etc. This event goes beyond traditional art, encompassing diverse creative expressions other than paintings. Small business owners can display and sell artwork and crafty goods at stalls, fostering a vibrant and diverse artistic community. 

Students will be asked to come up with durable art (on canvases), and these pieces will be auctioned off against the work of other students as well. A minimum bid price will be set per piece to try and ensure base amount recovery to the extent possible. A duration of 10 days will be granted to the students to make the required submissions. All the students of the university, staff and non-staff members, and people from Ashiana will be the bidders of the art and spectators of the stalls.

  • MDQ DEBATE

This event is a department-level event, and the purpose is to encourage students from the BBA Department to develop their Public Speaking skills and stimulate the participants’ critical thinking ability. Additionally, the students will participate in various debate-oriented rounds that will ignite their competitive spirits to test their intellectual capabilities and provide a nurturing ground to bring out the best of their skills. 

This debate event offered significant benefits, including enhancing communication skills, developing critical thinking, building confidence, expanding knowledge, fostering networking and collaboration, showcasing talent, engaging the audience, instilling a sense of achievement, promoting the college's image, and providing a learning experience for organizers. Overall, it contributed to the holistic development of participants and promoted an intellectually stimulating campus environment.

  • IGNITE

It is a three-day business fest, which the 2nd year students of BBA organize for the first-year students. Ignite, this exhilarating annual business festival for first-year students only, is a dynamic showcase of diverse talents and skills. Ignite provides a unique platform for budding business enthusiasts to ignite their passions, learn, network, and compete in a vibrant environment of innovation and collaboration, with engaging clubs dedicated to Marketing, Finance, SMPR, MDQ, ED, HRM, and Analytics. Join us for a transformative experience that will lay the groundwork for your future business success.

The Christ University School of Business and Management Association works diligently each year to offer students exciting opportunities to shape their futures by enhancing knowledge, boosting competence, teaching life skills, and instilling values through a variety of competitions that live up to its vision of "Compete, Collaborate, and Create."
Every Friday, the association hosts a variety of events. Events are held specifically in the fields of marketing, finance, human resources, entrepreneurship development, Strategic Management and Public Relation, Analytics. The top teams are chosen for the semi-finals and finals, which take place on stage in front of a large crowd, after preliminary rounds.
IGNITE is an intradepartmental management fest that is organised exclusively for the first-year students of the School of Business and Management comprising of various events like Best Manager, Best Management Team, Debate, HR, Finance, Marketing, Business Plan and Business Quiz. The tagline representing the fest is “Kindle the Festing Spirit” - which also speaks for the intentions of this event; to challenge the young minds and introduce them to the culture of events and festing. The result of this will be a heightened ability to brainstorm and come up with fresh, authentic ideas paired with much-needed techniques. The event also provided the ideal stage for freshmen undergraduate applicants to demonstrate their talent in a variety of activities.
INSPIRA was an inter-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). Students from colleges and universities across the country competed for the title of the undefeated paladins in a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ managerial abilities were put to test in an assortment of perplexing events and challenges of a conflicting reality in an unknown realm. Where the destructible scenarios demanded immediate attention, participants had to devise solutions that meet out-of-the-world concerns. 
The day started with an enthusiastic participation of students, from colleges across India. We saw the Best of Managers and their teams fight against the pressure of being pitted against the clock. We saw the rise and fall of stocks and how future traders plan on handling the news. We saw pitches being delivered in elevators and products being ideated for a better tomorrow. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
All in all, the participants, organizing members and everyone involved walked away with realms of experiences that no time travel can give you!
MELANGE is a unique multi-disciplinary, inter-institutional festival which included a multitude of management, cultural, literary & theatre and e gaming events. The fest consisted of events ranging from business and management to cultural events to literary & theatre to gaming e-sports events. Mélange aimed at bringing the talents of participants across various disciplines such as management, cultural, literary & theater competitions, E-gaming and auction under one platform. The event saw a participation of several institutions from all over the country. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event. The students worked with zeal, came up with innovative ideas in designing the rounds for all the events and decorated the campus and stalls with colorful and creative banners. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event.
IMPERIO was an intra-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). The event was attended by the entire BBA business analytics department. It primarily involved the first and second-year students who competed for the title of the undefeated 8-Bit Gamer with a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ administrative skills were put to the test in a variety of intriguing activities and tasks centered on the event's theme, 8-Bit Games. This gave them the impression that a nostalgic memory can become a real-life situation. There were instances when the event required participants to provide remarkable answers that met the criteria for solving real-world challenges.
The students gave it their all across the two-day event, displaying excitement, competitiveness, and perseverance. Participants demonstrated their tenacity by working against the clock to develop innovative, long-term solutions to "real-world" challenges. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
KALEIDO’23 was conducted on 20th January 2023. This was the first event of the year organized collectively by the class representatives. Each delegate took the leadership in any of the necessary tasks for the execution of the event and carried it out using their own thoughts and various methods. The Kaleido being a cultural event featured numerous forms of entertainment and enjoyment. The purpose of this activity was to provide students more insight into how to effectively plan and carry out an event within a short period. It was an arduous, challenging, and competitive event.

  • Project-based learning

Students take up projects from the second semester onwards, which helps to supplement theoretical knowledge with practical exposure. These projects enable them to understand the finer aspects and relevance of teamwork and also the importance of working in a group. In addition to this faculty use different methodologies to keep the class engaged and facilitate experiential learning through role-plays, case studies, group discussions, flipped class etc.

  • Guest Lecture

Students are given the opportunity to interact with eminent guests from the industry on a regular basis. These guests have vast experience in the industry and their inputs will add immense value to the students in shaping their career dreams. 

  • Workshops

Workshops are conducted on specific domains to equip the students with the required skills as demanded by the industry.
Skill enhancement courses
Students undergo courses specifically in the analytics domain such as R programming, Python etc. to enable them to be industry-ready. These courses are designed and delivered by industry experts who have put in decades of experience in their respective fields.

  • Activity Based learning (ABL)

The department has its unique approach towards teaching and learning.  The practical approach towards teaching and learning by the department is more towards hands-on which helps the students to learn the topics more towards problem solving approach.  Activity based learning is one of the department’s unique practice for all the courses where students were taught based on an activity.  More precisely the department practice outdoor activities more in teaching and learning process. 

  • Activity Based Assessment (ABA)

Traditional method of class room assignment or examination may provide more knowledge.  However, the department believes in affective domain of learning and assessing students.  The assessment is connected with business fest or particular activity where students have to perform task in such events.  The student will be assessed based on the skill produced in such activity.  In such way department believe in psychomotor domain of learning and assessing the students set of skills in the particular course.

  • Field Based Learning (FBL)

Industrial visit is a mandatory practice of the department at least twice a year.  Particular courses are identified which are directly related to the industry and certain topics are chosen from such courses and these topics are delivered in the field by the expert from industry.  Student have to prepare a report and at the end of the visit students will be tested with assessment on their learning experience and the skills required for such field.  Students marks are awarded based on the report and the assessment conducted in the industry. This helps students to learn hands on experience on relevant areas.

  • Industry Integrated Certificate Course(s) (IICC)

Student will be offered every semester at least one industry integrated certificate course which are from Information Technology integrated.  The certificate training will be offered by the Industry individuals for 30 hours and appropriate assessment will be conducted to award certificate from the industry. These certificates are designed for the programme and market needs.

  • Value Added Course (VAC)

The student will also be exposed to value added course in every semester apart from the regular curriculum which are integrated towards the latest trend in the business domain.  The courses are from the field of Fintech, Blockchain for Business, Basic analytics, analytics for business problems, Cryptocurrencies and its operation and so on.  These courses are offered as a value added to the student which are integrated in the programme.  
 

 

The Bachelor's program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa provides the right ambience to enable students in pursuing entrepreneurial ambitions and perform managerial roles as business Consultants and Analysts in an array of industries. The program structure absorbs students to experience various frontages of effectively launching, managing and leading a business venture. With specialization in Business Analytics as the prime focus, the program equips them with skillsets to deftly analyze and segregate huge data for relevant decision making. 

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO1    Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2    Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3    Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

PLO 1.1    Demonstrate awareness of social issues
PLO 1.2    Identify ethical issues in business
PLO 1.3    Compare ethical practices in different contexts
PLO 1.4    Analyze stakeholder impact on social issues
PLO 1.5    Evaluate ethical perspectives of business actions
PLO 1.6    Propose initiatives to address social issues

Functional Knowledge and Application

PLO 2.1    Demonstrate understanding of concepts/theories of management
PLO 2.2    Utilize domain specific concepts/techniques to address business problems
PLO 2.3    Examine business decisions with cross functional lens
PLO 2.4    Compare organisational practices to theoretical frameworks
PLO 2.5    Estimate relevance of management theories in business scenarios

 

Communication

PLO 3.1    Summarize key facts with clarity
PLO 3.2    Organize content with appropriate structure and style
PLO 3.3    Choose appropriate language (verbal and non-verbal) while expressing views
PLO 3.4    Demonstrate clarity and coherence in writing
PLO 3.5    Develop documents with appropriate structure and style

 

 

Problem Solving

PLO 4.1    Outline relevant facts in the context
PLO 4.2    Identify causes of the problem
PLO 4.3    List relevant assumptions
PLO 4.4    Choose appropriate framework for analysis
PLO 4.5    Propose possible solutions with their implications

Analytical Acumen

PLO 5.1    Demonstrate and understanding of various sources of credible data
PLO 5.2    Identify discrepancies/inconsistencies in the data
PLO 5.3    Analyze trends, patterns or connections in the data
PLO 5.4    Interpret results of data analysis to aid business making
PLO 5.5    Design data visualization-based dashboards for business

 

The Bachelors program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to beUniversity), Lavasa prepares young minds with a positive outlook for excellentperformance and committed service.Students will acquire requisite skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of a changing business environment, develop the ability to critically analyze emergingbusiness issues, and develop insights from huge amount of business data. Some of the programme outcomes are:

PO1    Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity.
PO2    Functional Knowledge and Application
PO3    Communication
PO4    Problem Solving
PSO    Analytical Acumen

 

The teaching methods used by the faculty members include lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work. In a lecture period, an academic staff member or a visiting lecturer presents ideas or information to a body of students. Seminar assessments act as a platform to discuss ideas with students. The discussion is led by a member of the staff or a nominated student and moderated by one or more staff members. In a tutorial, the students solve problems under the guidance of a staff member with whom they can also discuss the information presented in a previous lecture. 

In each field, the time allocated over the semester to lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work is at the discretion of the lecturer involved. While more formal instruction (studies and laboratory work) necessarily constitutes an essential aspect of the work, tutorials and, to a lesser extent, seminars are of value in providing time for students to discuss their problems with staff members.

 

Faculties of School of Business and Management focus on mentoring the students to enable their all-round development. The school has dedicated slots on a weekly basis to have a one to one meeting with the students to understand their problems. Faculties try to help the students in theiracademic issues and personal problems on a need basis. Certain serious personal issues, which cannot be handled by the respective faculty is referred to the student counselor. This is an essential practice of the program as it goes beyond the classroom dynamics helping them to grow and develop into better human beings.

The School of Business and Management, BBA, strives to create socially responsible leaders while strengthening their abilities to be valuable corporate citizens. The school is committed to its prime client in developing the skill sets to solve social problems.
The department has constructed its academic and learning deliverable based on its mission and vision. The off-campus offers a undergraduate management program with HR, Marketing, Supply Chain, Operations and Finance at the core of all functionalities of Business.  The programme moves beyond just looking at business perspective to see the problem solving and decision making techniques for better business sustainability.
Together with their academics, our students are actively interested in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. We also ensure that each student is assigned a faculty mentor who will stick with them and provide ongoing guidance and mentorship. Students must do Social Concern project where they will doing a service learning concept in the NGOs. Students must complete a 8-week summer internship programme on real-world business initiatives as a stepping stone to their subsequent work experience. Students must publish a research paper at the final year of their course to enhance knowledge through scientific theories, concepts, and ideas. We have effectively managed academic (including assessments and evaluations) and extracurricular activities through a variety of online channels, ensuring that our students remain in regular contact with us.

 

CHRIST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT ASSOCATION (CUSBMA) – A STUDENT DRIVEN BODY IN SKILL DEVELOPMENT

  • MELANGE 

An inter-institutional gathering designed for participants under the age of 23. The ever-growing and prospering students' team has developed this event. At the heart of our event lies the Model United Nations segment. In this era of economic prosperity, nationalism, and transformative technology, Melange MUN stands as a beacon for diplomacy and leadership excellence.

This event, themed after "Sankalp - Diplomacy Amid Crisis," aspires to be more than a conventional meeting of minds. It's a dynamic platform meticulously crafted to ignite comprehensive youth development. We strive to equip participants with the skills necessary to tackle contemporary challenges, fostering an intellectually stimulating environment where delegates refine their public speaking, delve into international relations intricacies, and cultivate critical thinking and complex problem-solving skills. Melange is not just about addressing single issues; it's a revolutionary change with a significant impact and a lasting impression on the students. Our theme encapsulates that addressing multifaceted challenges requires a holistic approach with an eye for detail.

  • EKLAVYA 

It represents our prestigious Annual Business Fest, a distinguished 3-day intra-collegiate celebration. The students of all four UG departments will be allowed to experience six thrilling rounds, which will unfold and leave them on the edge of their seats.

Aligned with the ethos of fostering entrepreneurial acumen, we firmly believe in the significance of equipping every student with this essential skill set for their future endeavors. Consequently, we have meticulously designed Eklavya to be an inclusive event, welcoming participants from all departments across our esteemed campus.

This festival is a unique platform for students to exhibit their exemplary business and entrepreneurship skills through engaging and thought-provoking rounds. Beyond a showcase of talent, Eklavya provides participants with an opportunity for self-assessment and personal growth, akin to the visionary self-monitoring ethos embodied by the legendary figure, "Eklavya" himself.

  • KALEIDO

It is a vibrant cultural open-stage program tailored for the BBA Cluster-2 community to celebrate diversity and creativity. 

Through performances, KALEIDO offers a dynamic platform for students to showcase their talents, express themselves, and engage with various forms of art and culture. From music and dance to poetry and visual arts, KALEIDO embraces the rich tapestry of cultural expressions within the cluster, fostering a sense of unity and appreciation for cultural diversity. The program encourages continuous participation and exploration, ensuring an immersive experience that ignites inspiration and deeper connections within the BBA community.

  • IMPERIO

It is a departmental Business Fest. The event teaches several domains, i.e., SMPR, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship development. 

The diligent group devoted is excited to teach the art of festing and give them real-life examples of how the real world works. The leading cause of organizing an event like this is to provide the participants with a sense of teamwork and hands-on experience of working under stress.

IMPERIO makes the students great festers, researchers, and analyzers. This fest gives the participants a taste of what the real world has to offer through rigorous rounds, judging, and cross-questioning; if they excel in all the domains, they are announced as the kings of the kingdom, known as IMPERIO.

  • GLADIATOR 

This is a department-level Sports and Cultural 15-day-long event. The event is spread over 10 activities and participation from all the classes of BBA. We have Multiple sports and cultural events boosting the essence of team spirit and coordination in the students Introduction of the event:

The energetic and motivated CUBMA TEAM, a group devoted to promoting a lively and supportive community inside our educational institution, organizes the event. The major goal of organizing this event is to provide its members with a much-needed respite, allowing them to refresh their thoughts and unwind from the severe rigors of their academic and extracurricular activities.

The CUSBMA TEAM strives to establish a pleasant and inclusive environment by fostering moments of relaxation and enjoyment, eventually contributing to its members' general well-being and mental health. It is a concerted attempt to encourage a good work-life balance, allowing students to recharge their batteries and return to their duties with renewed vigor and excitement. 

  • INSPIRA

This is the epitome of excellence in inter-college events. INSPIRA is not just an event; it is an experience, a journey of innovation, creativity, and unbridled talent. INSPIRA is a celebration of the diverse talents that flourish within the walls of our esteemed institution. It is a canvas where students from every corner of our university come together to showcase their skills, their ideas, and their dreams. It is a platform that transcends boundaries and invites students from various departments to unite in the spirit of competition and camaraderie. 

Under the broad umbrella of INSPIRA, we have carefully crafted events, each representing a unique facet of excellence: Finance emphasizes financial acumen and investment strategies; HR explores team-building and leadership; Marketing nurtures creative strategies to engage audiences; Entrepreneurship encourages bringing innovative ideas to life; SMPR delves into strategic communication; The Best Manager and Best Management Team segments concentrate on excellence in people management and team leadership. Each module is tailored to develop specific skills, preparing participants for diverse business challenges.

  • ART EXTRAVAGANZA

It is a university and society-level event for Art organized by UMBRICIUS- Marketing Club of CHRIST University School of Business and Management Association (CUSBMA). It is a one-of-a-kind venue for students and student-owned small businesses to display their artistry and handmade goods. It encompasses various art genres, visual arts (such as painting, sculpture, and photography), art exhibitions, art auctions, etc. This event goes beyond traditional art, encompassing diverse creative expressions other than paintings. Small business owners can display and sell artwork and crafty goods at stalls, fostering a vibrant and diverse artistic community. 

Students will be asked to come up with durable art (on canvases), and these pieces will be auctioned off against the work of other students as well. A minimum bid price will be set per piece to try and ensure base amount recovery to the extent possible. A duration of 10 days will be granted to the students to make the required submissions. All the students of the university, staff and non-staff members, and people from Ashiana will be the bidders of the art and spectators of the stalls.

  • MDQ DEBATE

This event is a department-level event, and the purpose is to encourage students from the BBA Department to develop their Public Speaking skills and stimulate the participants’ critical thinking ability. Additionally, the students will participate in various debate-oriented rounds that will ignite their competitive spirits to test their intellectual capabilities and provide a nurturing ground to bring out the best of their skills. 

This debate event offered significant benefits, including enhancing communication skills, developing critical thinking, building confidence, expanding knowledge, fostering networking and collaboration, showcasing talent, engaging the audience, instilling a sense of achievement, promoting the college's image, and providing a learning experience for organizers. Overall, it contributed to the holistic development of participants and promoted an intellectually stimulating campus environment.

  • IGNITE

It is a three-day business fest, which the 2nd year students of BBA organize for the first-year students. Ignite, this exhilarating annual business festival for first-year students only, is a dynamic showcase of diverse talents and skills. Ignite provides a unique platform for budding business enthusiasts to ignite their passions, learn, network, and compete in a vibrant environment of innovation and collaboration, with engaging clubs dedicated to Marketing, Finance, SMPR, MDQ, ED, HRM, and Analytics. Join us for a transformative experience that will lay the groundwork for your future business success.

The Christ University School of Business and Management Association works diligently each year to offer students exciting opportunities to shape their futures by enhancing knowledge, boosting competence, teaching life skills, and instilling values through a variety of competitions that live up to its vision of "Compete, Collaborate, and Create."
Every Friday, the association hosts a variety of events. Events are held specifically in the fields of marketing, finance, human resources, entrepreneurship development, Strategic Management and Public Relation, Analytics. The top teams are chosen for the semi-finals and finals, which take place on stage in front of a large crowd, after preliminary rounds.
IGNITE is an intradepartmental management fest that is organised exclusively for the first-year students of the School of Business and Management comprising of various events like Best Manager, Best Management Team, Debate, HR, Finance, Marketing, Business Plan and Business Quiz. The tagline representing the fest is “Kindle the Festing Spirit” - which also speaks for the intentions of this event; to challenge the young minds and introduce them to the culture of events and festing. The result of this will be a heightened ability to brainstorm and come up with fresh, authentic ideas paired with much-needed techniques. The event also provided the ideal stage for freshmen undergraduate applicants to demonstrate their talent in a variety of activities.
INSPIRA was an inter-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). Students from colleges and universities across the country competed for the title of the undefeated paladins in a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ managerial abilities were put to test in an assortment of perplexing events and challenges of a conflicting reality in an unknown realm. Where the destructible scenarios demanded immediate attention, participants had to devise solutions that meet out-of-the-world concerns. 
The day started with an enthusiastic participation of students, from colleges across India. We saw the Best of Managers and their teams fight against the pressure of being pitted against the clock. We saw the rise and fall of stocks and how future traders plan on handling the news. We saw pitches being delivered in elevators and products being ideated for a better tomorrow. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
All in all, the participants, organizing members and everyone involved walked away with realms of experiences that no time travel can give you!
MELANGE is a unique multi-disciplinary, inter-institutional festival which included a multitude of management, cultural, literary & theatre and e gaming events. The fest consisted of events ranging from business and management to cultural events to literary & theatre to gaming e-sports events. Mélange aimed at bringing the talents of participants across various disciplines such as management, cultural, literary & theater competitions, E-gaming and auction under one platform. The event saw a participation of several institutions from all over the country. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event. The students worked with zeal, came up with innovative ideas in designing the rounds for all the events and decorated the campus and stalls with colorful and creative banners. The event helped the students to inculcate the managerial skills and make strategic plans for the smooth conduct of the event.
IMPERIO was an intra-collegiate business and management fest conducted by Christ (Deemed to be University). The event was attended by the entire BBA business analytics department. It primarily involved the first and second-year students who competed for the title of the undefeated 8-Bit Gamer with a spirit of healthy camaraderie in this intellectually stimulating fest. The participants’ administrative skills were put to the test in a variety of intriguing activities and tasks centered on the event's theme, 8-Bit Games. This gave them the impression that a nostalgic memory can become a real-life situation. There were instances when the event required participants to provide remarkable answers that met the criteria for solving real-world challenges.
The students gave it their all across the two-day event, displaying excitement, competitiveness, and perseverance. Participants demonstrated their tenacity by working against the clock to develop innovative, long-term solutions to "real-world" challenges. The rounds were both a challenging and learning experience.
KALEIDO’23 was conducted on 20th January 2023. This was the first event of the year organized collectively by the class representatives. Each delegate took the leadership in any of the necessary tasks for the execution of the event and carried it out using their own thoughts and various methods. The Kaleido being a cultural event featured numerous forms of entertainment and enjoyment. The purpose of this activity was to provide students more insight into how to effectively plan and carry out an event within a short period. It was an arduous, challenging, and competitive event.

  • Project-based learning

Students take up projects from the second semester onwards, which helps to supplement theoretical knowledge with practical exposure. These projects enable them to understand the finer aspects and relevance of teamwork and also the importance of working in a group. In addition to this faculty use different methodologies to keep the class engaged and facilitate experiential learning through role-plays, case studies, group discussions, flipped class etc.

  • Guest Lecture

Students are given the opportunity to interact with eminent guests from the industry on a regular basis. These guests have vast experience in the industry and their inputs will add immense value to the students in shaping their career dreams. 

  • Workshops

Workshops are conducted on specific domains to equip the students with the required skills as demanded by the industry.
Skill enhancement courses
Students undergo courses specifically in the analytics domain such as R programming, Python etc. to enable them to be industry-ready. These courses are designed and delivered by industry experts who have put in decades of experience in their respective fields.

  • Activity Based learning (ABL)

The department has its unique approach towards teaching and learning.  The practical approach towards teaching and learning by the department is more towards hands-on which helps the students to learn the topics more towards problem solving approach.  Activity based learning is one of the department’s unique practice for all the courses where students were taught based on an activity.  More precisely the department practice outdoor activities more in teaching and learning process. 

  • Activity Based Assessment (ABA)

Traditional method of class room assignment or examination may provide more knowledge.  However, the department believes in affective domain of learning and assessing students.  The assessment is connected with business fest or particular activity where students have to perform task in such events.  The student will be assessed based on the skill produced in such activity.  In such way department believe in psychomotor domain of learning and assessing the students set of skills in the particular course.

  • Field Based Learning (FBL)

Industrial visit is a mandatory practice of the department at least twice a year.  Particular courses are identified which are directly related to the industry and certain topics are chosen from such courses and these topics are delivered in the field by the expert from industry.  Student have to prepare a report and at the end of the visit students will be tested with assessment on their learning experience and the skills required for such field.  Students marks are awarded based on the report and the assessment conducted in the industry. This helps students to learn hands on experience on relevant areas.

  • Industry Integrated Certificate Course(s) (IICC)

Student will be offered every semester at least one industry integrated certificate course which are from Information Technology integrated.  The certificate training will be offered by the Industry individuals for 30 hours and appropriate assessment will be conducted to award certificate from the industry. These certificates are designed for the programme and market needs.

  • Value Added Course (VAC)

The student will also be exposed to value added course in every semester apart from the regular curriculum which are integrated towards the latest trend in the business domain.  The courses are from the field of Fintech, Blockchain for Business, Basic analytics, analytics for business problems, Cryptocurrencies and its operation and so on.  These courses are offered as a value added to the student which are integrated in the programme.  
 

 

The Bachelor's program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa provides the right ambience to enable students in pursuing entrepreneurial ambitions and perform managerial roles as business Consultants and Analysts in an array of industries. The program structure absorbs students to experience various frontages of effectively launching, managing and leading a business venture. With specialization in Business Analytics as the prime focus, the program equips them with skillsets to deftly analyze and segregate huge data for relevant decision making. 

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO1    Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2    Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3    Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity

PLO 1.1    Demonstrate awareness of social issues
PLO 1.2    Identify ethical issues in business
PLO 1.3    Compare ethical practices in different contexts
PLO 1.4    Analyze stakeholder impact on social issues
PLO 1.5    Evaluate ethical perspectives of business actions
PLO 1.6    Propose initiatives to address social issues

Functional Knowledge and Application

PLO 2.1    Demonstrate understanding of concepts/theories of management
PLO 2.2    Utilize domain specific concepts/techniques to address business problems
PLO 2.3    Examine business decisions with cross functional lens
PLO 2.4    Compare organisational practices to theoretical frameworks
PLO 2.5    Estimate relevance of management theories in business scenarios

 

Communication

PLO 3.1    Summarize key facts with clarity
PLO 3.2    Organize content with appropriate structure and style
PLO 3.3    Choose appropriate language (verbal and non-verbal) while expressing views
PLO 3.4    Demonstrate clarity and coherence in writing
PLO 3.5    Develop documents with appropriate structure and style

 

 

Problem Solving

PLO 4.1    Outline relevant facts in the context
PLO 4.2    Identify causes of the problem
PLO 4.3    List relevant assumptions
PLO 4.4    Choose appropriate framework for analysis
PLO 4.5    Propose possible solutions with their implications

Analytical Acumen

PLO 5.1    Demonstrate and understanding of various sources of credible data
PLO 5.2    Identify discrepancies/inconsistencies in the data
PLO 5.3    Analyze trends, patterns or connections in the data
PLO 5.4    Interpret results of data analysis to aid business making
PLO 5.5    Design data visualization-based dashboards for business

 

The Bachelors program in Business Administration (BBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to beUniversity), Lavasa prepares young minds with a positive outlook for excellentperformance and committed service.Students will acquire requisite skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of a changing business environment, develop the ability to critically analyze emergingbusiness issues, and develop insights from huge amount of business data. Some of the programme outcomes are:

PO1    Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity.
PO2    Functional Knowledge and Application
PO3    Communication
PO4    Problem Solving
PSO    Analytical Acumen

 

The teaching methods used by the faculty members include lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work. In a lecture period, an academic staff member or a visiting lecturer presents ideas or information to a body of students. Seminar assessments act as a platform to discuss ideas with students. The discussion is led by a member of the staff or a nominated student and moderated by one or more staff members. In a tutorial, the students solve problems under the guidance of a staff member with whom they can also discuss the information presented in a previous lecture. 

In each field, the time allocated over the semester to lectures, tutorials, seminars, and laboratory work is at the discretion of the lecturer involved. While more formal instruction (studies and laboratory work) necessarily constitutes an essential aspect of the work, tutorials and, to a lesser extent, seminars are of value in providing time for students to discuss their problems with staff members.

 

 

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08/12/2023

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