“My vision for SRM AP is an inter-disciplinary environment that stimulates active, engaged learning and cutting edge research. We challenge our students to think critically and creatively, communicate clearly, and develop into thoughtful global citizens and leaders. Learning through discovery and interaction is more powerful and enduring than listening passively to lectures. We seek to equip our students with the cognitive tools to adapt to and seize opportunities offered by a rapidly changing world. Most of all, we stand apart with a network of associations with esteemed institutions around the world, so that students and make their mark in a connected world.”
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.
Date: April 23, 2018
Practice-oriented Studies is Always Our Focus, Dr. P.Sathyanarayanan, President, SRM university
SRM University is best known for its engineering programme. What do you think are its salient features?
Since the outset, we have kept our eyes focused on one thing- to deliver 21st-century engineers who are driven by passion, innovation, and imagination. Engineering is not just a science. It is an art as well. Students at SRM University are taught to think beyond the four walls of the classroom and their textbook binders.
A German Delegation Visited SRM University AP, Amaravati on 13th April 2018 and discussed about the possible collaborations between SRM University AP, Amaravati and German Universities.
Dr. Daniel Hahn, Sr. Expert – Mechatronics & Robotics, explained about the research happening in the field of Industrial Robotics in Germany and expressed interest to have collaboration in the field of Industrial Robotics.
Guntur MP Jayadev Galla exhorted the youth to figure out what they plan to do at least in the next two decades to position themselves accordingly now itself and to be prepared to enter the real world from the comfort of their homes where their parents would not be around to take care of them.
SRM Amaravati announces admissions to School of Liberal Arts and Basic Sciences(SLABS) for the July 2018 session
Date: 16, March 2018
Over 240 students will be taken in BA, BSc, BBA and B.Com courses across 12 disciplines beginning July 2018
SRM University, AP Amaravati, invites applications for admission to School of Liberal Arts and Basic Sciences(SLABS). Beginning July 2018, over 240 students are likely to be enrolled in B.A, B.B.A, B.Com and B.Sc. The applications for admission will be submitted online on the application portal of SRM AP Amarawati at www.srmap.edu.in
Date: 6, March 2018
SRM University is envisaged to be a multi-disciplinary institution starting off with programmes in engineering, followed by liberal arts, management, law, medical sciences and pure sciences. P Sathyanarayanan, president of SRM University and a young entrepreneur, lives by the motto “Think big, do big, achieve big”. He has been pivotal in advancing studies, research and internationalisation of the university.
Five students of SRM University, AP Amaravati, will be attending the Global Learning & Outreach from Berkeley Engineering (GLOBE) programme at University of California, Berkeley.
The SRM Amaravati has collaborated with the University of California Berkeley (UC Berkeley) under its GLOBE visiting student program, to offer semester abroad courses.
The programme will commence in January 2018 to May 2018.
At the spring 2018 session, a team of five students from SRM Amaravati including Aayushi Biswas, Tuhin Sarkar, Abhirami Ravishankar, Vatsal Rathod and Pushva Mitra will be taking up courses worth 12 – 15 credits from Sutardja Center of Entrepreneurship and Technology (SCET) and The Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation within UC Berkeley.
Visakhapatnam: Mahatma Gandhi University (Kottayam) clinched the South-Zone Inter-University Cricket Trophy for Men (2018) by defeating SRM University (Chennai) by 40 runs in the finals which were held at the Raghu College Ground in the city on Friday.
After a super knock from Anand Krishna’s 64 and Abdul Baziri’s 39, Sijomin Joseph’s 28 in 20 balls laid the foundation for MG University’s decent total of 212 in 40 overs.
Vijayawada: Good news for aspirants in teaching profession, universities in Andhra Pradesh are on a recruitment spree. For the first time in the history, a whopping number of 1,385 posts — professors, associate professors and assistant professors will be filled all at once.
Andhra University, Sri Venkateswara University, Sri Krishnadevaraya University and Dravidian university have so far invited applications for various faculty posts in different departments.
Vijayawada: Dr P Sathyanarayanan, President, SRM University, AP-Amaravati, in a programme here on Wednesday announced the setting up of School of Liberal Arts and Basic Sciences (SLABS) at its university campus in Amaravati.
SLABS will have its first intake of students in 2018 and will offer B.A, B.B.A, B.Com and B.Sc programmes across 12 departments – Economics, English, History, Journalism, Psychology, Business Studies, Commerce, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology and Computer Science. “Today, we face increasingly complex issues and challenges, and tackling these calls for multi-dimensional thought processes and problem solving skills.