The following are the languages which come under the purview of the Department of Languages; Urdu, Tamil, French, Hindi, Sanskrit and Kannada.
The Department of Sanskrit conducts "Susamskruthi" and "Kavi Samelana". "Susamskruthi" is an intraclass Sanskrit festival which is conduced in the month of August every year. "Kavi Samelana" is a poetry fest. Students of Sanskrit regularly participate and win prizes in various other intercollegiate competitions.
The Department of Kannada organises "Yakshagana" which is one of the theatre forms of Karnataka described as folk but possessing a strong classical connection. The literal meaning of the term Yakshagana is celebration of the celestials. It is a product of Vaishnava Bhakthi Movement. It is a perfect amalgamation of music, dance, gestures, make-up, costumes and action. The themes of this theatrical form is constitute by the episodes from the great epics of Hindu Mythology. It is broadly classified into Badagu Thittu and Tenka Thittu.
Realising the cultural significance of this glorious art form, Christ University initiated a Yakshagana training programme for the students in the year 2005. Sri Shankar Balakudru from Udupi, trained the students and "Veera Abhimanyu" was staged on Thursday, 17th July 2008.