This is Ishita from S.R.M Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai, and I am here to answer your queries regarding SRM admissions for 2012-2016 batch.
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Here some Information about college.
About S.R.M Institute of Science and Technology:
Affiliated University: S R M university
- S.R.M Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai was established in 2003,from one of the most prestigious Institutions in Engineering and Technology and also the flagship Institutions of the group, encompassing all disciplines of Technical Education.
- The S.R.M University is part of the 35 year old SRM Group of Educational Institutions, sponsored by the Valliammai Society. The Valliammai Society was founded by Thiru.T.R.Pachamuthu, a well-known educationist, in the name of his mother Tmt.R.Valliammai, under whose care and guidance he attained greater heights in his personal development and whose ideals continue to inspire him.
- The Kattankulathur Campus houses all the three Faculties including of Engineering and Technology (erstwhile S.R.M. Engineering College), the faculty of Medical and Health Sciences (Medical College and Research Center), the College of Pharmacy and the Faculty of Science & Humanities.
Mode Of Admission in 2012-13:
Ranking: Top 20 private colleges in india
- Through SRM Entrance Examination (SRMEE)
- The aspiring candidates willing to get admission in this institute need to fill up the application form and submit it within the mentioned date. Candidates have to attend an entrance exam taken at various centers of the city. Further selection is based on the performance of the candidates in the examination.
Sl No Degree Duration Branch Description Tution fees for the year 2012 - 13 1 B.Arch 4 years Architecture 150000 2 B.Des 4 years Interior Design 100000 3 B.Tech. 4 years Computer Science and Engineering 150000 4 B.Tech. 4 years Electrical and Electronics Engineering 150000 5 B.Tech. 4 years Electronics and Communication Engineering 150000 6 B.Tech. 4 years Mechanical Engineering 150000 7 B.Tech. 4 years Chemical Engineering 150000 8 B.Tech. 4 years Civil Engineering 150000 9 B.Tech. 4 years Biotechnology 150000 10 B.Tech. 4 years Information Technology 150000 11 B.Tech. 4 years Automobile Engineering 150000 12 B.Tech. 4 years Genetic Engineering 150000 13 B.Tech. 4 years Bioinformatics 150000 14 B.Tech. 4 years Mechatronics 150000 15 B.Tech. 4 years Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering 150000 16 B.Tech. 4 years Instrumentation and Control Engineering 150000 17 B.Tech. 4 years Food and Process Engineering 100000 18 B.Tech. 4 years Aerospace Engineering 300000 19 B.Tech. 4 years Information and Telecommunication Engineering 150000 20 B.Tech. 4 years Software Engineering 150000 21 B.Tech. 4 years Biomedical Engineering 150000 22 B.Tech. 4 years Nanotechnology 300000
Cut Offs in 2011: According To the merit list in SRMEE Examination
- Water Resources & Management
- Genetic Engineering
- Communication Systems
- Construction Engineering & Management
- Food and Nutrition Biotechnology
- Geo Technical Engineering
- Computer Aided Design
- Information Security and Cyber Forensics
- Multimedia Technology
- Power System Engineering
- Database Systems
- Computer Integrated Manufacturing
- Electronics & Control Engineering
- Information Technology
- Embedded Systems Technology
- Environmental Engineering
- Biomedical Engineering
- Power Electronics & Drives
- Chemical Engineering
- Computer Science & Engineering
- Knowledge Engineering
- Digital Communication & Networking
- Software Engineering
- Remote Sensing & GIS
- Structural Engineering
- VLSI Design
Top-ranking students need not go beyond the campus in search of a career, for industry representatives visit the campus to recruit students finishing their degrees. The campus placement center provides additional support for securing sound employment with such companies as L&T, Technip, Foster-Wheeler, Bechtel and Gammon, Intel, Texas Instruments, Infosys, TCS, Keane, Mindtree, Wipro, Cognizant Technologies, Tata Elxsi, IBM, TCS, Sathyam, Microsoft to name a few.
The institute has well designed infrastructure, spread over 250 acres. The institute is covered in 38 blocks and separate hostels for boys’ and girls’. The SRM institute has facilities like three-star Hotel, city union bank and the Royal Inn Restaurant which are located in the campus. It also has internet facility for the students.
Hostels for man: Counseling India
- Adhiaman: 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.
- Began: 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: 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.
- Oori: 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.
- Paari: 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.
- T.R.S. Hostel: 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.
- Kurunji: 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.
- Mullai: It is named after the flower Mullai famous for its lovely fragrance.
- Thamarai: 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.
- Malligai: 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.
- Manoranjitham: 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.
Name: S.R.M Institute of Science and Technology
Location: SRM Nagar, Kattankulatthur, Kancheepuram, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Contact No: 044-2474 2836,2474 723,4396 9999
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