“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 make their mark in a connected world.”
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.
Amaravati: The Board of Governors of the SRM University held its two-day meeting which concluded on the campus of the Varsity on Friday.
Dr P Satyanarayanan, president of the SRM AP who presided over the meeting told newsmen that the Varsity is going to embark on massive expansion plan with greater resources and programmes for the faculty research and with an aim to enhance the student learning experience. He said that there would be new international collaborations to integrate innovation and technology-driven pedagogy such as active learning forums into the curriculum.
SRM AP Monday launched its first cell culture facility at its campus here to pioneer bio-medical research on cancer cells.
This facility will house the latest equipment related to applications like cellular culture, drug delivery, cell imaging and cell cytotoxicity, a university release said.
Eight such labs will be set up next year, says varsity Pro V-C
SRM University-Andhra Pradesh has launched its first New Cell Culture facility on its premises in Amaravati to pioneer bio-medical research on cancer cells. This facility will house the latest equipment required for cellular culture, drug delivery, cell imaging and cell cytotoxicity.
Anil K. Suresh, principal investigator of the laboratory and an associate professor at the Department of Biotechnology, spearheaded the acquisition of equipment such as Type 2 biosafety cabinet, CO2 incubators, cell counting machine, inverted and upright microscopes, table-top centrifuge, – 20 and 4 degree refrigerators and cell storage facility.
SRM University AP Is A Greenfield Project, Agile On Its Feet And Growing Rapidly: Dr. Jamshed Bharucha, VC, SRM University
BW Education interacted with Dr. Jamshed Bharucha, Vice Chancellor, SRM University – AP, Amaravati: A distinguished Ivy Leaguer and a global Academic Leader, Dr. Bharucha is the Founding Vice Chancellor of SRM AP.
What made an Ivy Leaguer quit the Western Shores and join a new University in India?
India has one of the youngest populations. This is especially relevant in an ageing world. By 2020, the median age in India will be just 28. The benefit of this demographic dividend can be reaped only when we look at education and jobs creation closely. And this is what I plan to do.
SRM University-AP, Amaravati, participated in a four-day working conference titled “Architecting the future global university”
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.
Dr. Jamshed Bharucha of SRM University – AP, Amaravati represents India at the Rockefeller Foundation’s Working Conference
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.
Vice Chancellor Dr. Jamshed Bharucha attends “Architecting the Future Global University” conference at Lake Como, Italy
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