Higher studies webinar SRM AP

Are you an aspiring business enthusiast seeking to learn from the top-tier B schools in the world? Do you wish to hone your business acumen with effective training and expert guidance? We present to you an opportunity to ready yourselves up to land up in the business school of your choice. The Office of International Relations and Higher Studies has scheduled a webinar on ‘How to Crack Admission into a great B-School’, with the leading educational experts Mr Rajesh Balasubramanian and Mr K S Baskar, as part of their Summer Crash Course Training Programme.

Date: July 01, 2022

Time: 11 am to 12.30 pm

Millions of ambitious students are enrolling in business management courses both inside and outside the country. The leading business schools offer courses that introduce students to different facets of business and impart them the necessary skills to hold management and leadership positions in any field of work. Having countless institutions to choose from, serious thought must be given to choosing the right school and shaping oneself with the relevant knowledge and skill set to grab admission there.

Speakers’ Profiles

Mr Rajesh Balasubramanian is an Electrical Engineer from IIT, Madras, Class of 2001 and completed his PGDM from IIM Bangalore in 2003. He runs 2IIM’s CAT program and has built most of the content for the 2IIM CAT Online Course.He scored 100th percentile in CAT 2011, CAT 2012, CAT 2014 and CAT 2017. Rajesh also runs PiVerb – an Ed-Tech company that focuses on teaching math intuitively to students from class V to class X.

Mr K S Baskar founded 2IIM and continues to head the parent company. He is a Mechanical Engineer from College of Engineering, Guindy, Class of 1991 and completed his PGDM from IIM Calcutta in 1994. Baskar runs Wizako, the Market leader for online coaching for GMAT and GRE in India. Baskar has been a trainer for 25 years and has mentored more than 25000 students. Several of his students are graduates from IIM A, B, C, Harvard, Wharton and Stanford.

Join the webinar with Mr Rajesh Balasubramanian and Mr K S Baskar as they walk you through an exciting journey into the elite B Schools you’ve always dreamt of.

Abroad Education Webinar SRMAP

Have you ever been nervous at the thought of writing competitive exams? Have you ever tried tricks to get the better of such exams? It is very natural that students hold fear and dislike towards such tests as they were conditioned to believe that their future hangs at the mercy of an examination. Preparing for such standardised academic tests is a complicated process as one barely knows what to learn and where to start. But the more critical question is how to learn. A clear picture of how to learn and give their best shot at such tests will help smoothen their pathway.

The Office of International Relations and Higher Studies has scheduled a webinar on ‘Abroad Education and the Road to Ivy League Universities’ with Mr J V Murty as the keynote speaker. He will walk students through the learning process of different types of standardised tests to grab a great score and ease their pathway towards overseas education.

Date: June 29, 2022

Time: 11.00am to 3.45pm

About the Speaker

Mr J V Murty is one of the most revered educators in the field of training for competitive examinations and abroad education consulting in the country. He specialises in preparing students to ivy league universities in the USA and IIMs/ISB in India.

He is a gold medalist from NIT Rourkela. He worked for the Visakhapatnam Steel Plant and Siemens in West Germany. He served as Director for T.I.M.E for more than 20 years. He has also trained and sent more than 3000 students to different IIMs and prestigious Business Schools during this time.

He served as Vice-chairman for Woxsen University and is currently working as CEO at Ashoka School of Business.

He gave CAT 17 times and scored 100% 4 times. He also holds a 339 out of 340 in GRE and a 9 on 9 in IELTS.

Join the webinar with Mr J V Murty, the master trainer, and chart your path to the Ivy League Universities!

yoga day

Yoga essentially refers to exploring one’s highest self through the unison of mind and body. The 3000-year-old tradition of yoga is hailed worldwide as a panacea to all human ailments. Yoga promotes holistic well-being through a combination of mindful and muscular practices. As the society is caught in an endless chase for worldly happiness, the philosophy of yoga gains immense importance to regulate and moderate human lives. It reveals the magic of remaining happy and tranquil in being oneself. The ultimate goal of yoga is to reach a sustained state of pure awareness.

The Department of Student Affairs is celebrating International Yoga Day 2022 to pay respect to this invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition and to illuminate students on the need to make yoga an essential part of their day-to-day lives.

 

Date: June 21, 2022

Time: 3.30 pm

Venue: ALC 4

The resource persons for the day are Mr Venkata Krishna Kumar S, Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, School of Planning and Architecture-Vijayawada and Mr Ram Pavan, Broadcast Engineer, Doordarshan Kendra, Vijayawada. Mr Venkata Krishna Kumar is a practitioner of Heartfulness for 19 years and is also a certified trainer of Heartfulness since 2021. Mr Ram Pavan has also been practising Heartfulness yoga for the past 15 years and is serving as a trainer with Heartfulness institute with a mission to uplift the standards of life.

Join the celebration to disseminate the power of #yogaforself and #yogaforhumanity.

interview

Facing an interview is a nightmare for many. There may be multiple factors lowering your level of confidence. Your depth of knowledge, ability to communicate, body language, dressing style, and an endless list of reasons could affect you in being yourself during an interview. While most of us are highly qualified academically, many are still groping in the dark to present ourselves as professionally qualified. And the sad fact is that, it is your professional persona that wins you a better chance of clearing the interview than your academic qualifications.

The Directorate of Alumni Affairs has scheduled a webinar on ‘How to succeed in an Interview’ with our notable alumni, Aayusi Biswas and Tuhin Sarkar from the Class of 2021, Computer Science and Engineering. Aayusi currently holds the position of Associate QA Software Engineer at Sabre Travel Technologies while Tuhin works as a Principal Analyst at AB InBev.

Date: June 18, 2022

Time: 5.00 pm to 6.00 pm IST

The session aims to groom students to give out their best in any interview. Effective training and practice sessions can bridge the gap in one’s academic expertise and career advancement. The more confident you are in being yourself, the better your possibility of winning your dream job.

Register for the session and walk in confidently for all the interviews ahead!

interview masteryAs you are aware, applying for international education can be daunting. Mastery of interview fundamentals is required to grab global study opportunities. Mr P Mahammad Farooq, Counselor- Student Services, Office of International Relations & Higher Studies, SRM University-AP, is conducting a session on the topic Interview Mastery For Global Study Opportunities on June 16, 2022, at 3.00 pm.

The session aims to train students to respond to the interview questions, understand difficult interviewer personalities and showcase confidence that differentiates them from other candidates.

Avail this opportunity to sketch your study abroad pathway with the Office of International Relations and Higher Studies at SRM University-AP! Join the session on June 16, 2022, at 3.00 pm.

About the speaker

P.Md. Farooq is a well-known academician with more than five years of teaching, training research in the educational industry, and administrative experience. Before joining SRM University-AP, he was a freelance trainer for soft skills, career guidance coaching, advanced spoken English and employability skills. He expanded his academic boundaries by working at training institutions like the “Global talent track Pvt Ltd-Mumbai”, seventh sense solutions-Bangalore, Pygmalion Skills solutions Pvt Ltd-Bangalore, Rubicon Skill Development Pvt Ltd-Pune etc.

We make a life by what we give

blood donor day

Miracles do happen if we are willing to believe in the power of giving. The World Blood Donor Day 2022 calls attention to the significance of voluntary blood donations in saving lives and enhancing solidarity within communities. The day aims to spread gratitude toward blood donors worldwide and create a broader understanding of the need for regular, unpaid blood donation. The day is an opportunity to highlight the urgency of committed and year-round blood donation to ensure adequate resources and achieve universal access.

This World Blood Donor Day, the Department of Student Affairs, in collaboration with Indian Red Cross Society and STEP, Swasakthi, Guntur celebrates the value of voluntary blood donations in improving social cohesion. Smt Vidadala Rajani, Hon’ble Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Andhra Pradesh, will be the chief guest of the day. She is one of the young and dynamic individuals who became an MLA in her first election and created a record as the youngest ever MLA from Chilakaluripet Constituency. Guest of Honour, Shri Alla Ramakrishna Reddy, MLA Mangalagiri, will also grace the occasion with his esteemed presence.

Date: June 14, 2022

Time: 10.30 AM IST

This World Blood Donor Day, donate blood for a reason and be the reason behind someone else’s life. Blood donation is an act of solidarity. Join the effort and save lives!

TTD Event

Tallapaka Annamacharya, popularly known as ‘Anamayya’, was a 15th-century saint and the earliest known Indian musician to compose songs called sankeertanas in praise of Lord Venkateswara. His compositions have strongly influenced the structure of Carnatic Music and are still making rounds in various music concerts and performances the world over.

Having composed countless odes to Sri Tirumala Venkateswara Swamy, Annamacharya is widely regarded as the Pada Kavitaa Pitamaha of Telugu poetry. He was a reputed singer and an eminent poet who gave life to the Telugu song and lyricism by blending the Telugu ‘Andhra Vedam’ for the easy understanding of the common man, with the summary of ‘Sanskrit Vedas’.

Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams, also known as TTD, are on an endeavour to preserve the rich heritage of his compositions. They have set music to over 800 compositions of Annamacharya that have amassed wide popularity among the devotees. We are delighted to announce that the following TTD musicians will be offering a beautiful rendition of Annamacharya’s compositions at our university campus:

Mr M B Loganatha Reddy (Singer)

Mr Srinivasulu (Keyboard)

Mr Bujji (Tabla)

Mr Ramachandraiyya (Shruthi)

Lend your ears to their soothing and heart-warming performance.

Date: June 8, 2022

Time: 4.00 pm to 5.00 pm

Venue: Auditorium

World environment dayImagine a motto having the same relevance and emergency even after 50 years of its inception! The slogan for the Stockholm Conference, #OnlyOneEarth of 1972, can relate. The theme is as pertinent as ever, with a lot more amplified concerns. This World Environment Day, revisit the actuality that Mother Earth is still the only liveable planet we have. Nature conservation is that battle we plot against ourselves only to win back what we destroyed.

The reckless devastations can only be nullified through transformative actions which can reset the balance between humanity and nature. Getting out of the denial stage and acting accordingly is the only way to preserve nature for the next generation. A greener, cleaner, and sustainable tomorrow will always be a matter of urgency with the escalating environmental issues.

The Department of Student Affairs is celebrating World Environment Day to spread hopes and action plans for protecting what we have in order to restore what we lost. The celebration aspires to emphasise and accelerate the thoughts on the predicament situation we are in. As part of the event, there will also be an awareness rally to foster the essence of the message.

Date: June 05, 2022

Time: 08.00 AM to 10.00 AM IST

Come along and renew the pledge to embrace mother nature!

“The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it” – Robert Swan

World environmental dayWe live in a world where turning a blind eye to the air surrounding us is never an option. We are constantly reminded of our actions and their subsequent consequences on the planet. Yet many of us are in denial of the widening damages caused by us, and humanity is using the world’s resources faster than they can naturally recover. World Environment Day is here to kick you out of your comfort zone and push you to pause and reflect on what you have done so far.

On the eve of World Environment Day, the Department of Environmental Science is organising a webinar to discuss topics that need immediate response actions. Dr T V Sajeev, Senior Principal Scientist, Department of Forest Entomology, Kerala Forest Research Institute, will be delivering a talk on ‘Why did she stop going to school? The case of student roles in saving the planet’.

Date: June 04, 2022

Time: 3.00 pm to 4.00 pm IST

About the speaker

Dr T V Sajeev has twenty years of service as a scientist in KFRI and twenty-eight years of research experience. He has a PhD in Environmental Sciences from CUSAT. His focused areas of research are landscape fragmentation, population dynamics of insects, political ecology, biological control, and management of alien species. Currently, he coordinates a Tree Health Helpline Desk in KFRI to benefit forest tree farmers in Kerala. He has also secured a patent for the development of a biopesticide.

World Environment Day 2022 urges you to celebrate planet Earth through collective transformative actions. Let’s undo the damages we caused! Come listen to what our #OnlyOneEarth has to say.

 

Register here!

Dear Anxiety, we need to talk!

anxietyFear of being in confined areas, fear of failure, fear of speaking out- anxiety manifests in a variety of ways. Don’t be anxious about your anxiety. SRM University-AP ensures our students’ mental well-being through the services of resident counsellors.

May is a month dedicated to raising awareness about mental and behavioural health disorders, as well as eliminating the stigma that many people face. This month, our student counsellor Ms Liza Hazarika interacts with students on the topic “Dear Anxiety, we need to talk!” on May 27, 2022

Time: 4.00 to 05.00 pm IST

Venue: ALC 4 – 4th Floor, Admin Block

Come, participate and learn the ways to hold on to hope.