In Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Christ is a deemed to be university. Founded in 1969 as an autonomous college, the Ministry of Education declared it an institution regarded to be university on July 22, 2008, under section 3 of the UGC Act 1956.
The Catholic religious order’s priests oversee the administration of the university. The main site covers 25 acres and is part of the Dharmaram College Campus, which spans 100 acres in Bangalore’s central business district.
In the arts, social sciences, science, commerce and management, education, law, and engineering, the institution offers 46 undergraduate programmes.
For Post-Graduate Programmes, the university has a reputation for offering 47 masters, 17 Master of Philosophy and 21 PhD degree programmes in Humanities, Social Sciences, Science, Law, Education, commerce and management, and Engineering.