Christ University (2018-19)

Process
The selection process at CHRIST University consists of a Micro Presentation (Extempore)/Group Discussion followed by a Personal Interview.
Feedback – Micro Presentation/Group Discussion (GD)
Micro Presentation (Extempore): In micro presentation round, candidates are required to select the topic from the list of topics given in the Christ website.
(group of 6-7 candidates) Each candidate is given 90 seconds to speak. Some of the topics were:
  • BREXIT
  • Autonomy of RBI
  • The CBI crisis
  • Fake News
  • Sri Lanka political crisis
A complete list of topics can be accessed from: Micro Presentation Topics 2019
Feedback - Personal Interview
Average Duration: 5-10 minutes
No. of Panelists: 2
Excerpt from Interview 1-
Candidate Profile: B.Sc (computer science), Work Experience of 2.5 years at Tech Mahindra and Amazon
Where are you from? What is the difference between people in these two states (Andhra and Telangana)? Do see any difference before and after Telangana? you completed your degree in 2015, what are you doing until now? why did you waste so much time? So on the whole how many years of work experience do you have? Is your Mom fine now, can you leave her and study in Bangalore? Which specializations would you like to take in MBA? Then please sell the water bottle to me. Make me buy this bottle. Where will you do marketing for this bottle? Which medium- digital or print media? What is the difference between Marketing and selling? Do they sell this bottle on Amazon? So since you worked as an associate at Amazon, can you sell this water bottle on Amazon? Who is the RBI governor? What does he do? Your graduation marks is just 60%. What were your subjects in B.Sc? What about MBA?
Excerpt from Interview 2-
Candidate Profile: B.Tech (Urban/ Town Planning)
Introduce yourself to the panel. What is this degree of yours- B. Tech Planning? Why do you want to do MBA? Name any three international real estate firms in India. (candidate’s extempore topic was ‘Rural India’) You have said about the haphazard development in urban areas- How will you getting an MBA help you achieve it? Which ministry looks after Urban development? And for connectivity between two cities? Do you read newspapers? Are you aware of the latest headlines? Who are the Cabinet Ministers? So your degree is B. Tech Planning, do you have any subjects related to Mechanical or Civil? Where do you see yourself in five years?