About Christ University Entrance Test

27 December, 2022

About Christ University ET

Christ University was established in 1969 as Christ College. In 1990, it initiated path-breaking reforms in higher education by introducing modern curricula, insistence on academic discipline, and imparting holistic education with the support of creative and dedicated staff.

Christ University was declared a “Deemed to be University” in the year 2008 under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956. Christ University is secular in its outlook and welcomes students from all castes, religions, creeds and languages. The University has two campuses in Bengaluru; one is located at Bannerghatta Road and the other is located at Kengeri. Undergraduate programs in arts, commerce, science and business administration are offered at the Bannerghatta Road campus. All B. Tech and M. Tech programs are offered at the Kengeri campus. The BBA program offered by the university is one of the most sought-after courses.

The selection process begins with Christ University Entrance Test. Based on the scores in Christ University-ET; candidates will be called for further stages in the selection process i.e. Skill Assessment, Micro Presentation and Personal Interview.

 

Christ University ET 2020 Eligibility

Each program will have its own eligibility criteria therefore the candidates are advised to check the eligibility criteria applicable to the course of their choice. The general eligibility for all programs, especially for the BBA program, is as follows:

  1. Basic eligibility for the BBA program is a pass at the +2 level (class XII) in any stream from any recognised Board in India or abroad.
  2. Candidates writing the +2 examinations in March-May 2020 may apply with their class X and class XI marks statement.
  3. Students pursuing an International curriculum must have AIU approval and must obtain a grade of not less than a ‘C’ or its equivalent.

 

Christ University ET 2019 Pattern

Mode: Online

Question Type: Multiple-Choice Questions

No. of Questions: 120

Duration: 2 Hrs (120 Min.)

Marking Scheme:

  • Correct Answer: +1
  • Wrong Answer: -0.25

Section Wise Split-up:

Topic Questions Marks
English Language / Comprehension Skills / Verbal Reasoning 25 25
General Knowledge, Current Affairs 20 20
Quantitative Aptitude, Numerical Ability, Fundamental Mathematical Operations 20 20
Reasoning: Critical, Analytical and Logical 25 25
Data Analysis and Interpretation 20 20
Fundamentals of Accountancy 10 10
Total 120 120

 

Christ University ET Syllabus

English & Comprehension (30 Questions – 30 Marks):

Word power, Synonyms, Antonyms, Spelling Test, Sequence of sentences, Sentence improvement, One word substitution, Idioms and phrases, Fillers, Direct and Indirect speech, Comprehension, Common errors in English, Clause analysis, Voices, Tenses

General Knowledge & Current Affairs (25 Questions – 25 Marks):

Indian Economy, Indian Polity, World Geography, Religions, Awards: India & International, Location of important land marks, First in India, Public sector, Books & Authors, Dance Forms in India, Indian Folk Arts – Paintings, Dance and Music

Reasoning: Critical, Analytical and Logical (20 Questions – 20 Marks):

Coding & Decoding, Analogies, Odd One Out, Family Tree & Directions, Arrangements: Linear/Circular/Matrix, Groups & Conditionality, Logical Series, Selection Criteria, Sequential I/P – O/P Tracing, Symbol Based Logic, Logical Puzzles, Syllogisms, strong & weak arguments, Critical Reasoning, Cause effects, Implicit Assumptions, Inferences, statement conclusions etc.

Quantitative Aptitude (25 Questions – 25 Marks):

Numbers, BODMAS, HCF & LCM, Averages & Percentages, Roots, Indices, Surds, Simple & Compound Interest, Profit & Loss, Algebraic Formulae, Linear & Quadratic Equations, Ratio & Proportion, Partnership, Mixtures & Alligations, Time, Speed & Distance, Work Related Problems, Pipes & Cisterns, Geometry: Lines, Angles & Triangles, Polygons, Circles & Mensuration, Permutations & Combinations, Probability

Data Analysis and Interpretation (20 Questions – 20 Marks):

Numerical data tables, Bar charts / Histograms, Cartesian line graphs, Pie Charts and Caselets.