Christ University entrance exam-BHM (Christ University entrance exam-BHM - 2016)
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Christ University entrance exam-BHM Counselling FAQ
1) When do I have to pay the non-refundable admission registration fee of Rs. 5000?
The admission registration fee is to be paid along with the programme fee for the first year only if selected and processing admission.
2) I want to pay my fees through a Bank Loan?
Loan application is issued on request only when the student presents the first year fee paid receipt to the office. The applying and processing of loan is the student's responsibility. When the loan is sanctioned and if it is sanctioned in the name of the institution the student will have to submit the cheque/DD to the Office of Accounts who will reimburse the amount in the student’s name.
3) I do not want to open the Bank account?
It is mandatory for all students to have a student account in South Indian Bank. All further payments such as open elective payment, annual fee payment in subsequent years, etc will be only through the student account. The student will receive a smart card that can also be used as a debit card. The account must be opened while processing admission.
4) How much do I have to pay at the time of processing admission?
Fees for first year along with admission registration fee must be paid in full while processing admission.
5) What is the cancellation policy of the University?
The cancellation policy of the institution is based on the F.No 1-3/2016(CPPP-I) DU) UGC notification 11th, July . Cancellation must be processed in person by presenting all the original documents received from the institution while processing admission.
6) What's the uniform of students in Christ University for girls?
Being a Christ student myself, girls have to wear traditional Indian attire like salwar kameez and churidaars. Some Departments may be a bit lenient and allow leggings but most aren't.
7) Is law a safe career options for Girls?
Absolutely. Infact it is pretty interesting to note that over the years a large number of law schools are reporting their majority of students as girls. A safe residential environment and the opening up of numerous legal career options has made this a great option for girls.
8) Are their reservations in NLUs?
Yes. Being Government institutions there are reservations in different National Law Universities. All NLUs have reservations for SCs and STs. Most have them for OBCs. Fewer have regional quotas and some also have reservations for women, wards of defence personnel and even NRI sponsored Candidates.
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