SRM University has four sprawling campuses, with plenty of greenery around. Learning is an enjoyable experience here, with inspiring libraries and stimulating discussion rooms, large playgrounds and state-of-the-art labs.
College Name: SRM University Affiliated To: Autonomous Institute Category: Co-Educational Address Ramapuram Campus – Part, Vadapalani Dean (Engineering & Technology) No.1, Jawaharlal Nehru Road, (100 feet Road, Near Vadapalani Signal),Vadapalani,Chennai – 600 026.india Phone: +91-44-4396 9966, +91-44-4396 9967 Fax: +91-44-43969957 Email: [email protected] Website: www.srmuniv.ac.in Map: [google-map-v3 width=”400″ height=”300″ zoom=”14″ maptype=”ROADMAP” mapalign=”center” addresscontent=”SRM University, Chennai – India” showmarker=”true” animation=”DROP” maptypecontrol=”true” pancontrol=”true” zoomcontrol=”true” scalecontrol=”true” streetviewcontrol=”true” bubbleautopan=”false” markerdirections=”true” showbike=”false” showtraffic=”false” showpanoramio=”false”] Campus Snapshot:
Mode of Admission: AIEEE & State Entrance Exam for UG courses, GATE for MTech
Streams at Graduate Level
B.Tech. (Duration 4 Years) Aerospace Engineering Automobile Engineering Bio informatics Biomedical Engineering Biotechnology Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer science & Engineering Electronics & Communication Engineering Electrical & Electronics Engineering Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Food & Process Engineering Genetic Engineering Information Technology Information & Telecommunication Engg. Instrumentation & Control Engineering Mechanical Engineering Mechanics Nanotechnology Software Engineering B.Arch. (Duration 5 Years) Bachelor of Architecture B.Des. (Duration 4 Years) Bachelor of Design (Interior Design) Courses offered in Ramapuram Campus, Chennai: B.Tech. (Duration 4 Years) Computer Science & Engineering Electronics & Communication Engineering Information Technology Mechanical Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical & Electronics Engineering B. Arch. (Duration 5 Years) Courses offered in Vadapalani Campus, Chennai: B.Tech. (Duration 4 Years) Computer Science & Engineering Electronics & Communication Engineering Mechanical Engineering Courses offered in Modi Nagar Campus, Delhi: B.Tech. (Duration 4 Years) Computer Science & Engineering Electronics & Communication Engineering Electrical & Electronics Engineering Civil Engineering Mechanical Engineering Information Technology
Streams at Post-Graduate Level
M.Tech. (Duration 2 Years) Biomedical Engineering Biotechnology Bio informatics Chemical Engineering Communication Systems Computer Aided Design Computer Integrated Manufacturing Computer Science & Engineering Construction Engineering & Management Database Systems Electronics & Control Engineering Embedded System Technology Environmental Engineering Food and Nutritional Biotechnology Genetic Engineering Geo Technical Engineering Information Technology Information Security & Computer Forensics Knowledge Engineering Multimedia Technology Nanotechnology Power Electronics & Drives Power Systems Remote Sensing & GIS Robotics Software Engineering Solar Energy Structural Engineering Telecommunication Networks VLSI Design Water Resources & Management M. Arch. (Duration 2 Years) Master of Architecture M.C.A (Duration 3 Years) Master of Computer Application Ph.D. (Duration 3 Years) Doctor of Philosophy in all discipline Courses offered in Ramapuram Campus, Chennai: M.C.A (Duration 3 Years) Master of Computer Applications Courses offered in Vadapalani Campus, Chennai: M.C.A (Duration 3 Years) Master of Computer Applications Courses offered in Modi Nagar Campus, Delhi: M.Tech. Computer Science & Engineering VLSI Design M.C.A (Duration 3 Years) Master of Computer Applications
Fee structure for various courses:
Programmers Duration Tuition fees (in rupees) Per annum for the academic year 2011 – 12 Book fees in Ist year only B.Tech Aerospace Engineering 4 years 2,50,000 Rs.10,000 Automobile Engineering 4 years 1,50,000 Rs.10,000 Bio informatics 4 years 1,50,000 Rs.10,000 Biomedical Engineering 4 years 1,50,000 Rs.10,000 Biotechnology 4 years 1,50,000 Rs.10,000 Chemical Engineering 4 years 1,50,000 Rs.10,000 Civil Engineering 4 years 1,50,000 Rs.10,000 Computer Science & Engineering 4 years 1,50,000 Rs.10,000 Electronics & Communication Engineering 4 years 1,50,000 Rs.10,000 Electrical & Electronics Engineering 4 years 1,50,000 Rs.10,000 Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering 4 years 1,50,000 Rs.10,000 Genetic Engineering 4 years 1,50,000 Rs.10,000 Instrumentation & Control Engineering 4 years 1,50,000 Rs.10,000 Information Technology 4 years 1,50,000 Rs.10,000 Information & Telecommunication Engineering 4 years 1,50,000 Rs.10,000 Mechanical Engineering 4 years 1,50,000 Rs.10,000 Mechatronics 4 years 1,50,000 Rs.10,000 Nanotechnology 4 years 1,50,000 Rs.10,000 Software Engineering 4 years 1,50,000 Rs.10,000 Food Process Engineering 4 years 1,00,000 Rs.10,000 B.Des Interior Design 4 years 45,000 Rs.10,000 B.Arch Architecture 5 years 1,50,000 Rs.10,000
M Tech fee:
Programmers Duration Tuition fees (in rupees) Per annum for the academic year 2011 – 12 Book fees in Ist year only M.Tech Biomedical Engineering 2 years 1,00,000 – Biotechnology 2 years 1,00,000 – Chemical Engineering 2 years 1,00,000 – Structural Engineering 2 years 1,00,000 – Construction Engineering & Management 2 years 1,00,000 – Remote Sensing & GIS 2 years 1,00,000 – Environmental Engineering 2 years 1,00,000 – Water Resources and Management 2 years 1,00,000 – Geo Technical Engineering 2 years 1,00,000 – Computer Science & Engineering 2 years 1,00,000 – Software Engineering 2 years 1,00,000 – Knowledge Engineering 2 years 1,00,000 – Communication Systems 2 years 1,00,000 – Embedded Systems Technology 2 years 1,00,000 – VLSI Design 2 years 1,00,000 – Power Electronics & Drives 2 years 1,00,000 – Power Systems 2 years 1,00,000 – Information Technology 2 years 1,00,000 – Information Security and Computer Forensics 2 years 1,00,000 – Multimedia Technology 2 years 1,00,000 – Database Systems 2 years 1,00,000 – Computer Aided Design 2 years 1,00,000 – Computer Integrated Manufacturing 2 years 1,00,000 – Robotics 2 years 1,00,000 – Electronics & Control Engineering 2 years 1,00,000 – Food & Nutrition Biotechnology 2 years 1,00,000 – Genetic Engineering 2 years 1,00,000 – Bioinformatics 2 years 1,00,000 – Solar Energy 2 years 1,00,000 – Telecommunication Networks 2 years 1,00,000 – Nanotechnology 2 years – – MCA (Kattankulathur) 3 years 1,50,000 – MCA (Ramapuram , Vadapalani Campuses) 3 years 1,00,000 – MCA (Modinagar Campus) 3 years 1,00,000 – M.Arch 2 years 50,000 –
The Job Scene at SRM…
SRM University has a 100% job placement record. Students have no trouble finding coveted positions in reputed corporate and business houses that visit the campus every year, offering an excellent salary package on par with international standards.
Nearly 20% of our graduates choose to pursue their higher studies in foreign or Indian universities like MIT, Stanford, Carnegie Mellon, University of California, Berkeley or IIMs and IITs. An enterprising 10% of the students opt to form their own ventures.
Placement Cell and Career Guidance
Towards the end of the 6th Semester or during the beginning of the 7th, students are exposed to opportunities and get selected in campus interviews with attractive packages.
SRM’s high standards and close relationship with the industry brings some of the best recruiters to the campus. Organizations that regularly participate in campus recruitment include EDS, Wipro, HP, Infosys, Tata, Caterpillar, Satyam, Microsoft, Oracle and other national and multinational corporations.
The placement cell’s activities also include:
- Value addition through foreign language courses
- Organizing in-plant training programs for hands-on experience
- Organizing programs to enhance soft-skills
- Career counseling for pursuing higher studies in India and abroad
- Conducting entrepreneurship development programs to motivate aspiring students
Many Corporates have a close relationships with SRM University and many more have come to the campus in search of talent. Some of the recent visitors to our campus are:
3i Infotech 7 Strata Inc ABN Amro ACC Limited Accenture Agilent AIG Systems AIG Systems Solutions Airtel Albany American Express ARAI Aricent Arkema Asclepius Consulting Athena Net Avtec B.E. Billimoria Bajaj Alliance Bajaj Finance Bank of America BASF BEROE Bilt Biocon Bosch Chasis Systems Brakes India BVQI Caliber Point Caparo Capgemini Carborandum Universal Caritor Caterpillar EDC Cavinkare CCCL Ceasefire Cholamandalam Cholamandalam MS Cisco Citigroup Cognizant (BPO) Cognizant Services (B.Sc) Crompton Greaves CSC CTS Deloitte Deutsche Bank Dexterity DLF Doshi Ion Dr. Reddy Dudco EDS Eicher Tractors ERA ESAB Essar Eureka Forbes Federal Bank Fidelity FL Smidth Ford Foster Wheeler Frost & Sullivan GE Transportation Global Analytics GRE EDGE Greaves Cotton HCL HCL (MBA) HCL BPO HDFC Bank Hexaware HLL Honda Honeywell HP HSBC HTC Global Services Huawei Telecommunications Hyundai Hyundai Mobis IBM ICICI Bank ICICI Securities IDBI IFB Automotive i-Flex Solutios iGate India Pistons Indian Oil Tanking Indusind Indusind Bank Infogem Informatica Infosys Infosys (B.Sc) Infotech Enterprises Ingram Micro India Pvt. Ltd. INTEL Intoto ITC Jain Housing JSW Steel Kanbay Keane Kennametal KLA TENCOR Kone Elevator Kotak Securities KPIT Cummins L&T Infotech L&T Valdel L&T ECC Division Lombardini India Limited Lucas TVS Madras Cements Mahindra & Mahindra Farm Equ MALCO Mando Marg Maruti Udyog Maveric Systems Maytas Megatech Microsoft Minda Industries Mindtree Mitsubishi Motors Mobis National Instruments Natrip Navia Market Neel India Industries Newgen software NIIT Ltd NIIT Technologies Nucleus Software Oracle Orchid Patni Pearson Precision Techserve Pricol Rane TRW Reliance Communications Reliance Money Renault Nissan RLT Instrumentation (P) Ltd. Royal Bank of Scotland Sai Technology Same Deutz Fahr Sankalp Sapient Satyam SBI Life Insurance Scope Sematic Space Tech Siemens SKF Slash Support Sobha Soliton Automation SRM Technologies Standard Chartered Strategi Automation Sundram Industries Sutherland Global Services Syngene International Syntel Tafe Tata Elxsi Tata Motors TCE TCS TCS (B.Sc) Tech Mahendra Technip Thoughtworks TI Tisco Titan Transline Triad Turbo Energy TVS Motors Ucal Fuels Unicon Unitech Group VA Tech Wabag Valgen Vedanta Verizon Vestas Vibrant Tech Virtusa Vodafone WABCO TVS Wheelis India William Hare Wipro Wipro (B.Sc) Wipro Infotech Yahoo Zensar Zenta
Campus: A vast campus housing the faculties of Engineering, Medicine & Health Sciences, Management and Science & Humanities – the SRM Medical College Hospital & Research Center and the SRM Hotel are also located here. Round the clock security, ATM, Post Office, departmental stores, the SRM Hotel’s restaurants and numerous canteens are among the many facilities here. The campus comprises of
- 38 blocks, spread over 250 acres
- The 3-star SRM Hotel with swimming pool
- A Central Library
- Air-conditioned auditorium that can seat 4,000
- University Network & Information Center (UNIC) supporting over 3,000 computer systems
- Internet Connection – a dedicated leased line that keeps information flowing rapidly at 12 megabytes per second
- Modern Lecture Halls & “Smart Classrooms”
- Language Lab – specializing in English, German, Japanese, French & Chinese
- Around 40 Buses – AC & non-AC – that ply regularly between the college and the city
- 10 Canteens – from fast-food to full-fledged cafeterias, spread throughout the campus
- Retail outlets – Higgins bottoms book store, Air tel phone booths, Reynolds teller machines, Reliance Web world with Java Cafe – all within the campus
- Prayer halls for all major religions.
Central library: SRM University has an excellent library for the benefit of students, faculties and researchers. As one of the best established libraries according to International Standards, the University Library has a large collection of books covering various branches of Engineering and Technology, Medical and Health Sciences and Science and Humanities and its related fields.
The library is located in the 15-Story University Administrative Block, and is spread over Ground + 3 floors of 1.50 Lakh sq ft area. The library building is
- Fully air-conditioned and automated with RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology
- Well protected with fire alarms and CCTV security systems
- Equipped with reading halls in all the floors, with reference collection
Hostel: Hostels for man:Counseling India
Adiyaman, known for his generosity in Tamil literature is said to have donated a rare gooseberry, with the characteristic feature of giving long life to the great poet Avvaiyar to promote literature. We accolade the gesture of the King and have a hostel campus after his name.
Kaari was considered the most modest of kings and is well known for his philanthropy. It is being said that nobody left empty-handed after visiting him. The visitor who came on barefoot would usually return vaulted on a horse or an elephant of his choice. He called himself not a king but a “rightful servant of his beloved people”. Impressed with his credentials we named the hostel, Kaari to inspire the students of his benevolence.
Kambar was a medieval Tamil poet and the author of the famous Indian epic, Ramayanam. His literary works are widely appreciated and makes him immortal. One of the important personalities in literature has been given due importance by SRM University. Kambar hostel could accommodate a total of 400 students.
A man of courage is a man with good character deriving from deep-rooted godliness. The value of a man is not his financial equities but it is his character. A man of valor teaches others by demonstration what magnanimity is like. Oori known for his valor was said to have killed a lion, bear, deer and a boar with a single arrow. Inspired by his defiance, the hostel was named after the great philanthropist, Valvil Oori. It was constructed in the year 2008 and can house a maximum of 930 students.
Pari was one of the seven patron kings who were well known for philanthropy. One day as Pari was travelling through a forest on his golden chariot; wanted to quench his thirst and stopped near a stream. When he returned he found that a mullai plant (a wild jasmine creeper) had entwined itself around one of the wheels of the chariot. To move the chariot would mean to break its tendril.
Sometimes it just a spark that brings on enlightenment and to Pari it came at that moment. Hence, he gave his golden chariot to the plant, and he walked back to his palace. Henceforth he gave away all his wealth. Tamils are well known for their hospitality. Pari’s gesture to an ordinary Jasmine plant is a nice example.
Every hostel at SRM gives each individual ample opportunity to develop one’s personality by developing important qualities like self-confidence, free exchange of ideas, and mutual understanding.
Hostels for Woman:Named after the Goddess Meenakshi, an avatar of Parvati the Goddess of power and is also known as the Goddess of love and devotion. It has been a long journey for the hostel since it was started by the founder Dr. T.R. Pachamuthu. Meenakshi is also the name of the founder’s sister which shows the fond bonding, affection and care that he has towards her and it is with the same fondness Meenakshi welcomes the first year undergraduate students. They are always special and are to be given extra care to help them come out of their natural inhibition. The hostel houses students of various cultures and facilitates the students to adapt to this diverse environment.
The girls in Meenakshi are known for their vibrant energy, daring dreams, and excellent team spirit. This is reflected in the various events and festivals they host. The Meenakshi girls excel not only in their academics but also have an unparalleled record of extracurricular and sports achievements.
Named after the flower Kurinji, that blossoms once in twelve years, which is very rare and is extremely unique. The hostel houses the final year students of different streams of our University.
The girls in Kurinji are a lively and enthusiastic crowd. They have managed to keep the flag high – be it excelling in sports, outshining others in cultural activities, bringing their best at institute festivals.
Kurinji has not only transformed lives but also been a place where strong sisterhood and friendship has bloomed.
It is named after the flower Mullai famous for its lovely fragrance.
Lotus is the sacred flower of India. It occupies a special position in the art and mythology of ancient India. It is also the National Flower of India. It symbolizes divinity, fertility, wealth and knowledge. In India it is considered as the symbol of triumph. As it is rooted in the mud it can survive to regerminate for thousand of years. It represents long life, honour and good fortune. For Hindus it has special significance as it used in their religious practices. It is even the sacred flower for the Buddhists in India. It is quote in puranic veds and literature many times.
The hostel block has student committee for recreation, mess and housekeeping. Hostel life is always full of excitement and one could always cherish their memories.
Students hailing from different states of India, diverse cultures and varied economic and financial backgrounds live in three shared accommodations. The hostel block is a miniature model of the world outside with people of different habits, temperaments, living style, language and outlook staying and working together. This develops the qualities of understanding and adjustment and sharing and caring amongst the students. It nurtures virtues like adaptability, tolerance and sacrifice developing students into noble and responsible citizens. The hostel block is a self sufficient unit housing all the basic necessities of the students. This enables minimal movement of students outside the hostel premises.
Hostels fee :
SRM Nagar, Kattankulathur – 603 203
Fees Structure for the academic year of 2012-2013 (Tentative)
S.No Particulars Non Attached Attached 1. Application fees 300 300 2. Admission fees 2,000 2,000 3. Room Rent 25,000 30,000 4. Mess Fees 45,000 45,000 5. Amenities fees 5,000 5,000 6. Games & Entertainment 2,000 2,000 7. Electricity charge 6,000 7,000 Total Amount 85,300 91,300
Looking Beyond Academics…
It’s our firm belief at SRM University, that to enhance the skills of our students, they must be provided with opportunities to explore their creativity.
Cultural programs are organized several times during the year to encourage creative pursuits and nurture talent. Students form teams and share responsibility in organizing the events.
Milan – The Cultural Fest
The annual four-day cultural extravaganza – Milan has a unique flavor and style that makes it a much expected event on SRM Campus. It’s a confluence of ideas, a perfect blend of the arts, the skills and the passion to perform.
The very first edition of Milan in 2008 was a huge success with legends like Padma Vibushan Asha Bhonsle gracing the occasion. Milan’2009 – on 13th, 14th & 15th February 2009 – promises to be bigger and better! An array of events like “Adaptune”, “Choreonite”, “Thirak”, “Creative and Fine arts” and “Vizzcom” – have been lined up for Milan 2009.
Tarana – The SRM Talent Fest
Tarana happens once a year and it’s the perfect opportunity for all talented students from colleges and institutions under the SRM banner to participate in the competitions and showcase their creative talent.
Dance, light music, classical music, fashion show, literary debates, craft and lots of other events are organized and leading celebrities are invited to judge the events.
There’s competition and a spirit of camaraderie too as students from various streams come together to participate, compete and win prizes.