Student Support Centres



Student Welfare Office

The Student Welfare Office provides a platform for students to exhibit their skills and talents. It is a forum, where through the mode of cultural activities, like-minded people meet each other, exchange ideas and develop into better human beings. SWO conducts programs like DARPAN, BLOSSOMS and INBLOOM to identify and nurture talents and provide a platform for members to develop leadership skills.

Darpan, which is normally held at the beginning of the academic year, help to identify fresh talent who represent CHRIST (Deemed to be University) in stage, literary, art and theatre events at various State, National and International competitions.

In-bloom, a national level inter-university cultural fest and Blossoms, an inter-deanery cultural fest conducted in the even semester, provide students an opportunity to exhibit their skills and talents and help students to develop leadership and management skills.

The student welfare office is divided into 5 wings namely

 1)University Volunteer body

 2) University Cultural Team

 3) University Choir Team

 4) Kalarpana – University Dance Team

 5) University Quiz Association (CUQA)

Students interested in any of the above mentioned activities can be a part of SWO. They are given training in various disciplines, to help them function effectively. The volunteers assist in organizing various events right from Inauguration to Graduation Day and form the “back-bone” of the University. The cultural team, participates in numerous fests, bringing many laurels and are literally the “face” of the University. The University Dance team KALARPANA and the University Choir team always bring life to programmes in the University. Students talented in dance and music can be part of these two wings of the student welfare office. They are always present during inaugural and conclusion of University programs.

CHRIST (Deemed to be University) Quiz Association provides a platform for students interested in Quizzing. Here, students get together and organize quiz competitions to hone their quizzing skills.

Students who are part of the Volunteer body, Cultural team, Kalarpana and Choir are eligible for undertaking a certificate course run by the Student Welfare Office.


Centre for Counselling and Health Services

The Centre with fulltime professional counsellors helps all students in the holistic development of their personality. It facilitates the development of remedial systems for students whose inadequate motivational factors have kept them away from achieving their potential. Students can approach the counsellors for solace with any problems.

The Centre also concentrates on students who do not perform well in their exams and are irregular for the classes. The Centre is open from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm on weekdays and 9.00 am to 12.30 pm on Saturdays. The objective of the Centre is to provide counseling in an accessible and student-focused environment, keeping in mind the unique needs of the student community.   

Personal Counselling:

Counselling is offered in an unconditional, non-judgmental and confidential manner to students who walk in to seek help with a personal and academic difficulty. Guidance is also provided to improve academic performance by reviewing study techniques and time management practices. The Centre also serves as a channel for student grievances. Parents can also contact the counsellors with regard to any concerns they may have about their wards.

Admission Counselling: This is an interactive process through which new students and their parents or guardians are oriented to the campus culture and academic practices followed by the Institute.

Peer Education System: Through peer education system the Centre trains student volunteers to assist young people who need guidance in reproductive health, managing relationships and dealing with addictions. Peer educators also conduct sessions in their own classes on these relevant topics. In recognition of their work peer educators are awarded with certificates and two credits.

Parent Committee: Christ Institute of Management values the suggestions and concerns of the parents and conducts formal meetings with a comprehensive representation of parents. The first meeting is held in the month of September to discuss academic concerns while a second meeting is held in the month of March to discuss academic and general matters.

Centre for Social Action (CSA)

Centre for Social Action (CSA)is a unique movement, where student communities are sensitised on various issues affecting the poor and marginalized sections of society. This is done so that they can internalize and personalize the issues and contribute to sustainable changes in the lives of the poor and the oppressed. Through such processes of involvement, CSA aims to enable the students to be aware of the social realities around them as well as impart them with ideas of how they can contribute towards the upliftment of unheeded sections.

Our Vision
"Every student is aware, sensitive, empathetic and contributing to sustainable changes in the society"

Our Mission
"CSA is a centre for promoting volunteerism and enabling students to develop as socially responsible citizens through developmental initiatives"

Christ University Trust has established seven special centres to help different stakeholders, prepare people and organizations to the complexities of education in the twenty first century. Each of these centres, with stated objectives, strives to deliver a fuller learning experience. They facilitate a two-way dissemination of information and knowledge between the University and various stakeholders like institutions, organizations, corporate, members of the teaching fraternity, students, and individuals to help them keep abreast with the latest developments in their respective domains.

Student Council

The Student Council exists to enhance the overall graduate experience at Christ University by promoting the general welfare and concerns of the student body, creating new programs and initiatives to provide opportunities for growth and interaction, and communicating with the Christ University Administration and Faculty on behalf of students.

The council aim to imbibe and inculcate the Vision, Mission and Core values of the University; to provide constructive feedback on various aspects of campus life- academic programs, general discipline, library facilities, maintenance of the campus and other student service facilities; to assess and improve the potential for student placements and facilitate internship; to assist the anti-ragging committee to curb the menace of ragging completely; to identify and suggest methods of improving student life and student conduct and discipline; to suggest and implement student projects for holistic development; to identify, assess, evaluate and suggest the student perspectives in the development of Arts and Culture, Sports and Games, and other co-curricular/extracurricular activities including student participation; to assist student movements like CSA, NCC, SWO, CAPS, Peer Education Program, Cultural team, Sports and Games, etc.; to help interlink students, faculty, staff and management of the university effectively to forge an academic community.

The council is led by university level student council which is the apex body supported by the student council at the deanery level.