Campus

Set amidst the lush greenery of the Sahayadri Hills in the township of Lavasa, a short distance from the &Educational Capital of India,& Pune, the architecture for the Christ Institute of Management was designed to blend with the environment and offer a distraction-free space for students and academic practitioners to focus on cultivating high educational standards inside and outside the classroom.

However, the beauty of Christ Institute of Management, Lavasa lies not in its open architecture system or breathtaking landscape, it's true beauty lies in the facilities provided.

At Christ Institute of Management, Lavasa, we pride ourselves in the ability to create a conducive living environment for students. Some of the facilities provided include:

Set amidst the lush greenery of the Sahayadri Hills in the township of Lavasa, a short distance from the &Educational Capital of India,& Pune, the architecture for the Christ Institute of Management was designed to blend with the environment and offer a distraction-free space for students and academic practitioners to focus on cultivating high educational standards inside and outside the classroom.

However, the beauty of Christ Institute of Management, Lavasa lies not in its open architecture system or breathtaking landscape, it's true beauty lies in the facilities provided.

At Christ Institute of Management, Lavasa, we pride ourselves in the ability to create a conducive living environment for students. Some of the facilities provided include:

State-of-the-Art Computer Centre:

Students, faculty, and staff from all departments may use the facilities of the computer lab equipped with networked computers, professional software suites, scanners, printers, and related equipment. The Computer lab specialises in digitization of high volume of raw data for comprehensive e-governance projects, data capturing and transmission, need-based solutions, technology integration among other facilities. All computer labs offer 2-sided black and white laser printing.

Student accounts are automatically enabled to print, and charges are processed via their student portal.

Additionally, an extensive software library is maintained in all labs. Instructors may request specific software for course use.

Library

Christ Institute of Management, Lavasa provides students with a resource-rich library, well- trained staff and an automated library system that enhances students& experience with a wide range of academic resources such as books, periodicals, online periodicals, databases, back volumes, CDs/DVDs, project reports, audio / video cassettes, and question banks. 

Total No of Titles in Library: 3780

Total No of Journals : 36

Total No of Online Databases: 2 (Jgate & Proquest)

Library Timings Library Facility & Services
  • Monday-Saturday          
  • Reference : 9.00am – 8.00pm          
  • Circulation : 9.00am –5.00pm                                  
  • Sunday and Public Holidays: Holiday
  • Circulation
  • Reference
  • Online Databases
  • Internet & Wi fi Facility
  • SMS facility for all Library Transaction
  • Locker Facility
  • Discussion Room
  • News Papers
  • Journal Archive
  • Laptop charging point

Internet

The library at Christ Insitute of Management, Lavasa, has nine terminals with high-end computers for high-speed internet access. Students can browse the internet to research material for their academic and industry reports, access the Learning Management System, download journal articles etc. on these systems. Separate provisions have been provided for students who wish to use their laptops.

As a courtesy to others, students are advised to use the internet in the library for learning purposes only and not for general browsing or sending mails etc. Web chatting or any form of noise is strictly prohibited.

Library Code of Conduct

  • ID card is compulsory for all library transactions. ID cards are non-transferable
  • Users are requested to maintain silence in the library
  • Institute-mandated dress code is applicable while visiting library on all occasions
  • The library reading area should be used only for reference and consultation of resource materials
  • Use of mobile phone is strictly prohibited in the library

General Instructions

  • Identity Cards are compulsory for library transactions.
  • Students can borrow a maximum of four books from the library at any given time.
  • The circulation period for a book is 14 days. Students must reissue/return the book to avoid fines.
  • Renewals are allowed only once, when there is no claim by others.
  • Borrowed books should be returned on the due date failing by which a fine of Rs.5/per day would be charged.
  • Loss of borrowed books has to be reported immediately in writing to the librarian.
  • Reference books, periodicals and project reports are not available for lending.
  • Books should be handled with great care. Mutilation of books in any manner will be fined.
  • A borrowed book, if recalled by the librarian for any reason, has to be returned immediately.

Expectations from Users

  • Silence should be maintained in the library at all times.
  • Please leave bags, handbags and personal belongings at the property counters.
  • Usage of mobile phones inside the library is strictly prohibited.
  • Food and beverages are not permitted inside the library.
  • Please maintain discipline in the library.
  • Please stand in queue at the circulation counter.
  • Carry ID Cards at all times and produce them on demand.
  • Keep the library clean and use dustbins provided in the library.

If any student is found in violation of the above instructions, their ID card will be confiscated, and disciplinary action may be taken.

Language Lab

The Language Lab is an unique initiative from Christ Institute of Management, Lavasa to develop and refine language skills of students. The Lab comprises of software packages for training purposes. The teacher-in-charge is available during college hours for student consultation and to conduct ongoing courses.

The purpose of a language lab is to involve students to actively participate in language learning exercises and get more practice than otherwise possible in a traditional classroom environment.

To achieve this, the Language Lab offers the following:

  • ●  Text, images, audio and video that can easily be integrated enabling teachers to alter materials to fit their requirements

  • ●  Learners can record their own voice and playback recordings, interact with each other and the teacher, and store results

  • ●  Teachers can intervene and control the learners’ computers via the teacher’s console, and even keep track of learners’ work

  • ●  Self-access is enabled for independent learning including access to resources outside class

The common components in Language Lab include:

  • ●  A Teacher’s computer with appropriate software for conducting language exercises

  • ●  Headsets for teachers and students that block outside sounds and disturbances

  • ●  Media recorder/player for recording speech/listening to audio

  • ●  Teacher-student connections via Local Area Network (LAN), and in certain cases via separate audio cabling.

  • ●  A server computer or a separate storage device to store lesson materials in a digital format

Prayer Hall

The prayer hall is open during college hours and students and staff of all faiths are welcome to a quiet & prayerful time

Mobile Applications




The Christ Institute of Management Mobile App is an initiative to improve the engagement and learning experience among students, faculty, staff, and even visitors who interact with the campus and community.


Released in April 2014, Christ Institute of Management2.0 is the latest version of the application with a number of functional, design, and content enhancements. The app is now native to Android and iOS operating systems, and is available for free download online. Christ Institute of Management2.0 is also available as a mobile web application accessible on smartphones.

Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS):

A unique initiative from Christ Institute of Management, Lavasa, IVRS delivers examination results directly to candidates using a mobile or landline phone.

Residence Halls:

  1. Hassle-free on-campus housing with 24-hour security personnel, security cameras in residence halls and on campus, and monitored by faculty wardens provided by The Office for Residential Life

  2. Cost-effective living with no monthly bills for electricity, heat, water, Internet, cable, parking, waste removal, furniture, cleaning, maintenance, food and 24/7 security

  3. Trained Resident Assistants that available to answer questions and assist in campus living in the Residence Halls. Resident Assistants are supervised by a Masters Level Residence Hall Director

  4. Conveniently located with a short-distance walk to campus. There’s no need to drive, pay for fuel or even search for a parking space