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  • Ms Abhilasha Gusain January 21, 2024
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  • NITTTR Faculty Development Programme: Empowering Polytechnic Educators January 17, 2024

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  • A Walk Down the Memory Lane: 1st Alumni Day held at SRM University-AP January 17, 2024

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  • Entrepreneurial University: A new vision for young India January 17, 2024

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  • Dr Firoj Gazi January 17, 2024
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  • NITTTR organises six-day FDP at SRM AP January 11, 2024

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  • NSS Cell Illuminates Women on Menstrual Hygiene January 11, 2024

    In a dedicated effort towards community welfare, the NSS Cell of SRM University-AP orchestrated a transformative awareness session on Menstrual Hygiene for rural women. Delivered by our esteemed University Counsellors, the session aimed to empower and educate women from nearby villages on essential menstrual hygiene practices.

    The engaging session delved into addressing the challenges faced by these women and dispelling myths surrounding menstruation. Harnessing the power of videos and captivating story narrations, the University Counsellors brought forth crucial information to raise awareness about this natural biological process.

    Despite menstruation being a universal phenomenon, many rural women grapple with inadequate knowledge and resources, resulting in health complications, social stigma, and daily life limitations. The NSS Cell’s initiative sought to bridge this knowledge gap and provide practical insights.

    Despite menstruation being a universal phenomenon, many rural women grapple with inadequate knowledge and resources, resulting in health complications, social stigma, and daily life limitations. The NSS Cell’s initiative sought to bridge this knowledge gap and provide practical insights.Through impactful story narrations, the session aimed to instill a sense of empowerment and confidence among the women, enabling them to manage menstruation with dignity. The Counsellors addressed prevalent myths surrounding menstruation, fostering an environment of openness, and understanding to eliminate social stigmas. Utilizing the visual medium, informative videos were showcased to provide a comprehensive understanding of menstrual hygiene practices. The overarching goal of this initiative was to ensure that every woman, irrespective of her background, gains access to vital information and resources for a healthier, stigma-free life.

    SRM University-AP remains committed to its role as a catalyst for positive change, uplifting communities, and fostering holistic well-being.

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  • NITTTR Faculty Development Programme : Empowering Polytechnic Educators January 10, 2024

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    The National Institute of Technical Teachers’ Training and Research (NITTTR), Chennai conducted a six-day transformative Faculty Development Programme (FDP) at SRM University-AP. The FDP is tailored for Polytechnic educators from across the state of Andhra Pradesh. This initiative aligns with the NITTTR’s recent educational reforms, specifically the revamping of their curricula. Distinguished guests, including Director of Technical Education and IAS officer Ms C Naga Rani; SRM University-AP Vice Chancellor, Prof. Manoj K Arora; and Prof. Nagendra Rao, a distinguished Professor at NITTTR, Chennai along with other senior members of the fraternity graced the occasion.

    In an inspiring address, Prof. Arora urged educators to transcend the conventional role of a teacher. He stated, “Do not take teaching as a mere job, a teacher is no more just a teacher, he/she is also a facilitator and mentor.” He stressed upon the importance of collaborative learning, encouraging educators to work hand in hand with students.

    Furthermore, Prof. Arora extended the varsity’s support to the delegates in utilising the services of the university’s Teaching and Learning Centre (TLC), a platform that equips the faculty and students to enhance and evolve the teaching and learning pedagogy.

    The Director of Technical Education in her address stated the need to regard “the youth as the symbol of the nation’s energy and hope.” She implored the educators to motivate more female students to pursue technical education. Prof. Nagendra Rao elucidated the manifold benefits the FDP brings to faculty and, consequently, the students.

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