State-of-the-art infrastructure amidst greenery is the hallmark of the CHRIST (Deemd to be University), Lavasa. The institution provides students with a resource-rich library seamlessly integrated with the campus with audio-visual-enabled classrooms add to the ambience of this institution of higher learning.
A library is indispensable to an institution. The CHRIST (Deemd to be University) library has well trained staff and an automated library system to enhance the user’s 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 & EBSCO)
Library Facility & Services
- Online Databases
- Internet & Wi fi Facility
- SMS facility for all Library Transaction
- Locker Facility
- Discussion Room
- News Papers
- Journal Archive
Library code of conduct
- ID card is a must for all library transactions. ID cards are non-transferable.
- Users are requested to maintain silence in the library.
- CHRIST (Deemd to be University)-Lavasa, 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 prohibited
The objective of the language laboratory is to develop and refine the language skills of our students. It has its own software packages for training the students. The teacher in charge is available during college hours for student consultation and to conduct ongoing courses.
Language labs offer the following
- Text, images, audio and video can easily be integrated; teachers can alter materials to fit their requirements
- Learners can record their own voice and play back the recordings, interact with each other and the teacher, and store results
- Teachers can intervene and control the learners’ computers via the teacher’s console, track of learners’ work, etc.
- Self-access for independent learning which includes access to resources outside class
- 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.
Common components in language lab:
- Teacher has a computer with appropriate software for conducting language exercises
- Teacher and students wear headsets that block outside sounds and disturbances
- Students have a media player/recorder for listening to audio and recording speech
- Teacher and student positions are connected via LAN (local area network), in some cases also via separate audio cabling.
- A server computer or a separate storage device is often used to store lesson materials.
Get Result by IVRS
IVRS (Interactive Voice Response System) is a channel used by the university to deliver their result to individual candidates.