FAQs

  • Above 60% in Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry individually in 12th standard CBSE / state board exam or equivalent
  • Qualification in SRMJEEE 2018

Yes. You can choose any branch depending on the availability of seats.

Yes. The counselling for SRM University, AP-Amaravati will be held together at Kattangalathur, Chennai and Amaravati, capital of Andhra Pradesh.

Yes. The hostels  are fully residential and include excellent dining, bathing, and sleeping facilities. SRM Amaravati currently has twin-sharing, AC and Non – AC accommodation with attached wash rooms in a newly constructed multi-storeyed hostel complex.

Yes. Please refer scholarship details published in our official website.

  • Computer Science Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering

Please refer to the details published in our website 

SRM Amaravati currently has collaborations with University of California Berkeley, MIT USA and EFREI France.

SRM Amaravati has a common and hygienic cafeteria for all its students, staff and faculty members.

SRM Amaravati currently has facilities to play volley ball, table tennis, Fussball. Many other sporting facilities are being steadily ramped up.

Total area of the campus would be about 200 acres, We currently have over 3,00,000 Sq. ft of built up area with another 4,00,000 Sq. ft to be added by Mar’18

There is a strong emphasis on making the student well rounded here at SRM – Amaravati. With this in mind, several Clubs & Societies have been formed such as Innovation Society, Robotics Society, Literary Society, Music Club, Photography Club,  Gaming Club and Coding Society

We have buses plying in from Vijayawada and Guntur. Day – scholars can choose to avail these services.

We have a Medical Officer visiting campus everyday at a stipulated time, Students can consult the doctor during this time. First Aid Kit and General Medicines are always available on campus

A Manned Emergency Vehicle is available on campus 24*7

Students / Parents can visit the campus on any working day between 9 AM – 6 PM.

A student will be awarded a Degree in a Major if he / she earns a minimum of 180 credits and satisfies all requirements for the award of the degree as per the University regulations. The student can choose courses across the departmental electives and open electives of his / her choice to complete the 180 credit requirement.

Credit requirement: Around 180 credits.

Degree Nomenclature: The degree will contain the Major like B. Tech in Computer Science and Engineering or B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering.

A student can pursue a Major with Specialization, if he / she chooses to specialize in a sub-field relevant to his / her Major. This will allow them to deepen their learning in the said sub-field. To pursue a Specialization, the student must have taken a certain number of departmental and open electives from the same basket of intended specialization. For example, a student pursuing a Major in Computer Science and Engineering can specialize in Cyber Security, if he/she takes the required number of electives relating to Cyber Security. The exact number of electives to be taken from a particular sub-field to earn a specialization will be defined by the respective departments.

Credit requirement: Around 180 credits (including 24 – 27 credits in the field of specialization)

Degree Nomenclature: The degree will contain the Major along with Specialization. For instance- “B. Tech in Computer Science and Engineering with Specialization in Cyber Security”.

Minor: Since a Minor is an option rather than a requirement, students may consider their passions and goals before pursuing any Minor in conjunction with their declared Major.  A student has an option to either choose a Minor within Engineering, or outside Engineering. In case of a Minor within engineering, it can be in any department other than the student’s Majoring department. For instance, a Computer Science and Engineering student can do a minor in Electronics and Communication Engineering or Electrical and Electronics Engineering.  And, in case of a Minor from outside Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering student can do a minor in Economics, History, or Journalism. The student will have to meet certain eligibility criteria set by respective departments in order to opt for a Minor.

To earn a Minor, a student should complete four to six courses worth 12 to 18 credits in addition to the stipulated credit requirement for earning a Major (i.e., 180 credits).

Credit requirement: Around 192 to 198 credits (Major worth 180 credits + Minor worth 12 to 18 credits)

Degree nomenclature: The degree will contain the Major / Major with Specialization. The Minor pursued by the student will be provided in the transcript along with details on courses completed and associated credits. For instance- a student who pursued Computer Science and Engineering with a Minor in History, the degree will read “B. Tech in Computer Science and Engineering” and the Minor in History will be reflected in the transcript.

With students in India seeking more inter-disciplinary programs and flexibility in learning, SRM University, AP - Amaravati has revamped the manner in which the programs are offered, and the curriculum is designed. This learning experience will be further enriched by providing ‘Undergraduate Research Opportunities (UROP), capstone projects, industry internships and a technology-enabled active learning environment, for instance hybrid learning through MITx.

To address these demands, SRM now introduces its academic philosophy - ‘Inter-Disciplinary Experiential Active Learning’ (IDEAL). 

Minors and Specializations will allow students to have additional knowledge in some focus areas, providing them a career edge, or pursue an area of higher study in their field of interest. For instance, a Civil Engineer while on one hand gathering technical expertise, can also learn to run a business in the same area through a Minor in Business Management.

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