“Stress is largely self-inflicted, so the ability to manage stress more effectively comes from managing oneself.”
– Michael Hetherington
There is no such thing as a stress-free life. Stress can be managed, minimised but never eliminated. Living a happy life doesn’t mean that it’s all about absolute bliss. It just means that you are capable of having a positive mindset even amidst the chaos of everyday life. Most of the time, stress is not about what happens to us but how we respond to that. The response is something over which we have control. The Department of Student Affairs is organising a session on Stress Management by Dr Nagesh from NIMHANS to deliver some essential thoughts regarding the effective handling of stress
Date: May 12, 2022
Time: 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm IST
Venue: ALC 1, Third-floor Admin Block
About the speaker
Dr Nagesh from NIMHANS is rated as one of the Senior Psychologists and Mind Readers by Google. He is presently working as Chief Consultant for COVID in Andhra Pradesh. He has experience in the areas of loneliness, depression, and suicidal tendencies. He worked as a personal psychologist to lyric writer Late Siri Vennela Seetharama Sastry, Actor Allu Arjun, Director Trivikram Srinivas, Actress Rashmika and several other politicians. He also works as a leading caption writer for Times of India, Deccan Chronicle, Kala Mandir, Big Bazaar, and Lalitha Jewellers. His caption for Lalitha Jewellers Dabbulu Vurike Raavu was a great hit. He is also a Life skills coach for IBM, MICROSOFT, and WIPRO.
Join the session, let’s learn to manage ourselves
The Department of Physics is organising a Faculty Development Program on ‘Scope for Sponsored Projects and its Implementation’ with eminent academicians, Prof Sathish Vadhiyar, Chair, Supercomputer Education and Research Centre, IISc Bangalore and Prof Kothandaraman Ramanujam, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras.
Date: May 11, 2022
Time: 10.00 am
Venue: ALC 3rd Floor
Discussing the scopes and challenges of such sponsored projects is inevitable as it determines the progress in its execution. Documenting a list of the project goals, deliverables, tasks, costs and deadlines is, therefore, an important part of this process. This will help in establishing the objectives of the project, analysing its limits, and providing a roadmap to move ahead.
Prof Sathish Vadhiyar will deliver a talk on the National Supercomputing Mission (NSM) Program which was introduced by the government of India with an aim to connect national academic and R&D institutions with a grid of high-performance computing facilities. This is an effort to improve the number of supercomputers owned by India. Prof Kothandaraman Ramanujam will provide a brief awareness regarding consultancy projects set up with the industry through his talk. The session will be wrapped up by Prof Paromita Chakraborty who will give an overview of funded projects and bilateral projects.
Join here for an informative session.
“The only way to discover the limits of the possible is to go beyond them into the impossible”- Arthur C Clarke
The indomitable spirit to give birth to the impossible is the magical force that keeps changing the face of the world. Every innovation, be it in the field of technology, medicine, or entrepreneurship, has paved the way for colossal changes simplifying life on earth. The sheer ability to think and innovate is what made human beings the ruling power. All the amenities and services that we revel in today would not have come into existence without the power to innovate.
As the world is surging ahead with far-reaching developments at an unimaginable pace, there is no question about equipping society to embrace these changes and equally be an unflinching source instigating such changes. Learning in the present era is beyond the ability to read, write and pass with flying colours. True learning does not take place without igniting the spark of creativity hidden inside every individual. The Entrepreneurship Cell has scheduled the launch of their latest endeavour “Innovation Square” to put on show the unrelenting power of innovation of our students.
Date: May 10, 2022
Time: 05.30 pm
Venue: Tiered Classroom
Join the session to behold some of the live innovations of our students at the campus.
At times, face-to-face interaction will help you find specific answers to your specific questions there and then. This is super important when sorting out decisions about your higher education. SRM AP would like to navigate your road to the master’s admission you have always dreamt of. We urge you to open the door to global opportunities and confidently climb the career ladder.
The Office of International Relations and Higher Studies welcomes you all to the USA Mega Admission Drive, an excellent opportunity to meet more than 30 USA Universities. In a world of information abundance, getting appropriate information is the real challenge. Thus, the university is delighted to offer you one-on-one interaction with the world-class university or institution representatives.
Date: May 12, 2022
Time: 9.00 am to 11.00 am IST
Venue: Abdul Kalam Auditorium
Get to know about the programs, eligibility, scholarships, internships, and post-study work opportunities through a more human element in your university search process. A deeper insight into the variety of options will guide you to apply for 2022/23 intakes. The admission drive allows submitting applications on the spot. The participating universities include renowned global universities such as North-eastern University, University of Massachusetts, Western Washington University, The University of Arizona, University of South Florida, Nova South-eastern University, University of Bridgeport, and many more.
Come and participate.
It’s your turn to explore the best career options awaiting you!