Direct admission in SRM University Through Management quota
We provide admission guidance and career counselings for BE/B.Tech(all branch),BDS,MBA,MCA under MANAGEMENT quota in SRM UNIVERSITY,CHENNAI .
SRM Nagar, Potheri, Kattankulathur, Kancheepuram District, Near Potheri Railway Station, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 603203
Getting around the Campus:
Walking and cycling are the most popular ways to get around the SRM campus. And with state-of-the-art security and 24 hour emergency services, it’s the safest place to be.
The SRM group runs a fleet of buses for transporting students to and from the city and to other areas. Public transport buses and trains also ply to points near the campuses.
It’s a diverse community of students at SRM University, and the activities on offer are as diverse and varied too. From entertainment to extra-curricular or even religious pursuits, there’s never a dull moment on campus.
There’s never a dull moment on campus, as the activities on offer are as diverse and varied too – from entertainment to extra-curricular or even religious pursuits.
All activity related to extracurricular programs, forums, clubs, community service, and entrepreneurship cell and students council are managed by the student affairs department. Counselors are available to guide students and share personal issues. MORE
It’s a ‘mini India’ out here at the SRM university campus – with students from all over India and other parts of the world. The campus reflects this cosmopolitan aspect of the student community, with celebrations of regional festivals. MORE
Students are initiated into community service at SRM, and are encouraged to actively participate in the many social initiatives such as Annsh – the school for drop-outs, Butterflies project – the cultural and sports forum for underprivileged children, etc. MORE
There are prayer halls on campus, for all the major religions.
On 12 October 2011 the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) announced successful launch of SRMSAT, a nano satellite designed and created by a group of 50 students from the SRM University under the guidance of ISRO. The satellite weighs just 10.4 kilograms (23 lb) and was created at a cost of ?15 million (US$220,000) to monitor greenhouse gases over the Indian subcontinent. Currently, the team is working on the SRMSAT – 2, a small satellite on a mission to moon.