“WhatsApp generation cannot pay attention to long theoretical lectures” – Dr. Jamshed Bharucha, Vice Chancellor, SRM AP
The collaboration enables greater access to inter-disciplinary higher education for all students
In pursuit of empowering students by providing an inter-disciplinary and inclusive tertiary education, SRM University Amaravati, AP, has joined College Board’s India Global Higher Education Alliance, to plug skill gaps, create a future-ready workforce and nurture global leaders. Driven by global collaboration and best practices, it accepts the SAT score as part of the admission process. The consortium will support students through attractive scholarships and foster the development of Indian universities into world-class institutions.
An interdisciplinary environment that stimulates active, engaged learning and innovative research
Education is all about creating the right environment for learning. A place of academic freedom where bright minds can meet, discover, and learn. SRM AP University is such a place – an unparalleled space for living and learning. The history of the SRM group goes back to the year 1969 when SRM first made a foray into the education sector with the Nightingale School. Following the successful beginning, the group then made rapid strides with degree programs in engineering, medicine, health sciences, humanities, management, and law. By 2015, SRM had established three independent universities – in Chennai, Haryana, and Sikkim.
Dr. Jamshed Bharucha, Vice Chancellor, SRM University, AP Amaravati speaks to Namami Chakravarty about inter – disciplinary experimental active learning.
Q. What do you think are the sailent features of the reowned engineering programme of SRM, AP?
Our engineering programme, though only in its second year, is already recognized as a great programme and this is only because we believe in a multi-faceted and inter-disciplinary approach. We have a stellar faculty, 100% of which are Ph.Ds. with international education, teaching or industry exposure.
A group of five SRM University, Andhra Pradesh students, who are on a Semester Abroad Programme with the University of California, Berkeley, won the Developer Week Hackathon that took place in San Francisco, CA. Developer Week Hackathon is one of the worlds largest challenge driven hackathons.
Amaravati: A group of 5 SRM University – AP, Amaravati students, who are on a Semester Abroad Programme with University of California, Berkeley, won the Developer Week Hackathon that took place in San Francisco, CA. Developer Week Hackathon is the one of the world’s largest challenge driven hackathon.
Amaravati, Feb 14 (UNI) SRM University, AP, Amaravati will host its first student run National Hackathon “HackSRM” on February 28 at the campus during its Tech Fest 2019.
It will bring together student coders from across the country to collaborate and create solutions to potential word problems through technology. HackSRM is expecting to have a large number of participants for the intense day-long-event.
SRM University, AP, Vice-Chancellor Dr.Jamshed Bharucha said that the registrations are currently on and interested participants can register on hacksrm.tech. More information of Tech fest 2019 and the AI workshop is at http:/srmap.edu.in/tech-festhackathon/
Hyderabad: SRM University AP welcomes Dr. Kerry Healey, President of Babson College, on its Board of Governors. Dr. Healey is a widely respected academic leader and under her stewardship, Babson has strengthened its reputation and position as the recognized global leader in entrepreneurship education, consistently ranked as the top school in its category.
The Board of Governors at SRM AP is responsible for providing strategic direction to the management and on ensuring that the University stays on course of its mission and vision of being a global university.
Liberal arts model in Indian higher education system will offer flexibility and innovation, say educationists Jamshed Bharucha and Anthony P Monaco
There seems to be a huge gap between academia and demands of the labour market since traditional pedagogy is no more favourable, says Jamshed Bharucha, VC and CEO, SRM University Amaravati AP.