Date: Sep 18, 2018

SRM University-AP, Amaravati, participated in a four-day working conference titled “Architecting the future global university”. The conference was organised by the New York based Rockefeller Foundation and tackled a two-fold concern for educational institutions worldwide – quality education remains inaccessible to millions of students and the branded residential institution model does not scale to global demand.


Date: Sep 14, 2018

SRM University – AP, Amaravati, a research university, participated in the 4-day working conference “Architecting the Future Global University” that was recognized by the New York-based Rockefeller Foundation.

It tackled a two-fold concern for educational institutions worldwide –
1. quality education remains inaccessible to millions of students.
2. branded residential institution model does not scale to global demand.


Date: Sep 04, 2018

Vijayawada: SRM University, AP, Amaravati, participated at the four-day working conference on ‘Architecting the Future Global University’. The conference was organised by Rockefeller Foundation of New York held at Italy from August 20 to 24, said SRM University Vice-Chancellor Dr Jamshed Bharucha at a programme here on Monday.


Rear from Left : Meredith Bonner, Rice University, Jim Chandler, University of Chicago, Amel Karboul, Education Outcomes Fund, Africa, Middle East, Jamshed Bharucha, SRM University, Amaravati, John Mitchell, Stanford University, Bror Saxberg, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Timo Kos, Delft University of Technology, Sarah Stein Greenberg, Stanford University, Robert Lue, Harvard University
Front from Left: Susan Winslow, MacMillan Learning, Tolu Agunbiade, African Leadership University, Londa Schiebinger, Stanford University, Mariko Silver, Bennington College, Caroline Levander, Rice University, David Leebron, Rice University, Cecilia Paredes Verduga, Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral, Robyn Norton, The George Institute for Global Health, Shireen Yacoub, Edraak, Deanna Raineri, Coursera


Date: August 10, 2018

VIJAYAWADA: The SRM University, AP-Amaravati and Steinbeis Global Institute Tuebingen of Germany have formally came to an understanding to set up a ‘Center of Excellence in Mechatronics and Industrial Robotics ‘, conducting a certificate course in Global Marketing and Sales, exchange of students and organising an International summit with Industry and academia.


Vijayawada: Students from SRM University, Amaravati (Next Tech Lab) have been declared the champions of the Indian Game Development Challenge (IGDC)- 2018.

The winning team “Incendium” comprising of Saptarshi Mazumder, Rajarshi Mazumder, Koushik Bhargav, Aneek Banerjee, Saurav Raj and Saurabh Ghanekar secured top position in the IGDC organised by Kajaani University of Applied Sciences (KAMK Finland) and APSSDC along with SRM University – AP, Amaravati, according to Prof D Narayana Rao, Pro Vice-Chancellor, SRM University – AP, Amaravati.


Date: July 17, 2018

‘Onus on educational institutions to nurture ecosystem’

Minister for IT and Panchayat Raj Nara Lokesh stressed the need for affordable technology and the ability of educational institutions to have an ecosystem to foster it.


Date: July 16, 2018

Vijayawada: Minister for skill development, law and justice Kollu Ravindra inaugurated two-day international conference on ‘Transformations in Engineering Education – Imparting the Futuristic Skills (ICTIEE AP’ 18)’ at SRM University in Amaravati on Monday. Speaking on the occasion, he said the new capital Amaravati is attracting the best universities in the country and will develop as educational hub in future.


Date: June 1, 2018

Ongole: The Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation and Kajaani University from Finland are offering training programme for eligible candidates in game development for participation in Indian Gaming Development Challenge 2018, announced the Prakasam district manager for APSSDC, Shaik Meeravali.


Few excerpts from the email received from Mr. Anthony St. George, Ph.D. – Assistant Dean, International and Corporate Partnerships, College of Engineering, UC Berkeley

We recently had a wonderful end-of-semester dinner with them at which they reported on their academic progress and time here and we were astounded at how much they accomplished — AND how well they did even beyond Berkeley. Many of the students worked on 2-3 or more start-up projects and were encouraged by many in the entrepreneurial community to pursue their start-up ideas. Several of the projects were also accepted into campus and local Bay Area pitch competitions and hackathons – quite an impressive feat! It was also a great joy to see their enthusiasm, creativity, positivity, and beyond that, even with all the changes they faced coming to a new country and having to weather the uncertainty of our course acceptance process, they remained so polite and friendly, they really impressed all they interacted with, from faculty and graduate instructors to all of us in administration in GLOBE, the Jacobs Institute, and SCET who had the pleasure of engaging with them. Betsy, who got to know the students well over these past few months, continues to hear positive news from both the students and the instructors even as the semester closes.