Facilities on Campus
The objective of ATRI’s library is to assist engineering professionals in enhancing and updating their knowledge and skills, and to provide them information regarding new innovations, views, theories, engineering education and research. The primary role of our library is to procure and organize information in engineering and allied subjects to meet the needs of users. Information and Communication Technologies are used to collect, store, retrieve and disseminate a great amount of information to help engineering professionals.
Computer science & Engineering
The department consists of
Exclusive labs for PG courses and a separate R and D lab for faculty and students.
The various licensed software are
The department consists of
The various licensed software are
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
The department has the following Labs
Presently the department has well furnished laboratories which include
The Institute managed bus service is compulsory for all students. The bus service is operated strictly on ‘No profit’ basis and the charges cover the minimum operational and maintenance costs incurred, primarily for the convenience and safety of the student.
The ATRI ethos believes that true education can be accomplished not through imposition but through aspiration. Nothing can accomplish this better than club activities that are ‘by the students, of the students and for the students’.
AART is a robo club formed with students of various branches which conducts seminars, workshops and events throughout the academic year to inspire and encourage students towards R&D activities.
The literary club organizes activities like debate, elocution, essay writing, and general quiz, during the academic year. Competitions are organized on special days like Independence Day, Engineers’ Day, and the Annual Day. Students with talent and inclination are motivated to participate. The club also provides a forum for developing communication skills, and cultivates a creative outlook in students.
Under the umbrella of the cultural club, students are encouraged to organize dramatics, music, painting, singing & dance competitions, etc. These activities tap the creativity of students and go a long way in making them successful as creative professionals. Such activities hone their personalities and allow them to be in sync with other aspects of their being.
This club promises to rediscover man as part of the wonderful creation called Nature. Students here are involved in photo exhibitions, nature protection activities and awareness-building programs on sustainable development.
These clubs are a reflection of new ideas and technologies. They share the latest information on emerging trends, events and personalities involved in designing and working of technologies. In order to encourage involvement in technical activities and enhance professional competence among budding engineers, the college has instituted a number of student chapters of national and international professional bodies. Some of these are:
Introduction of uniforms is yet another dynamic initiative taken up by the Institute. It spells discipline and oneness and inculcates a sense of accountability. Our students in regular denim blue jeans, white full-sleeves shirt, white sport shoes and sporting an ID card reflect the eurhythmic harmony of the Institute.
An innovative endeavour at Aurora, the Student Handbook is designed to provide students with a detailed account of the academic curriculum, administrative regulations, evaluation procedures and the detailed academic schedule. The study plans give an idea about the scope and the optimum time requirement for thorough preparation of the subject. It helps students organize study schedules around the various activities planned throughout the year. This user-friendly book guides the student through the teaching-learning processes of the institute.
‘Tarang’ – the college newsletter
Apart from providing a platform for students to express their creative potential, Tarang, the college newsletter encapsulates the various activities of the institute.
Festivals, Functions, Celebrations
The institute celebrates important national festivals like Independence Day and Republic Day; and religious festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi, Vasanth Panchami etc.
A teacher and a friend...
We care for the students’ well-being, both their personal and academic concerns are addressed under the ‘Teacher-guardian’ scheme. Support is also offered to the slow learners. The innovative concept of the learning groups help students in completing the various academic tasks. Thus the teaching-learning processes and the cohesive work culture complement each other.
Students and staff participate in programs of social importance by organizing Blood Donation Camps, AIDS and Health Awareness camps, adoption of Parvathapur village school and conducting computer literacy classes for school children through a very active NSS cell.
Responsibility is power...
The students are encouraged to participate actively in the Management of the Institute. The student council aims at a better rapport between students and the college administration. It also provides a platform for the students to discover and hone their managerial skills.
Hygenic kitchen & Dining Hall
Good quality Indian and Continental Food
Based on 11 Verified Reviews
Fees and Scholarship
Academics & Faculty
Clubs & Associations
Placements & Internships
Hostels & Food
Chandanakukudala | Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Electronics & Communication Engineering), batch of 2020
Reviewed on Jan 11, 2021
I don't know much about the hostel because I live with my family. But I heard that the hostel is good.
There are many hostels near our college with affordable prices and good food.
I love the food in our canteen. When compared to prices that were last year, it is somewhat increased.
Good libraries and labs.
Sai | Diploma in Electrical Engineering, batch of 2018
Reviewed on Feb 26, 2018
College fees are INR 30,000. The mess facility is also available INR 2000 per month.
Harsha | Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech], batch of 2018
Reviewed on Feb 20, 2018
The college provides hostel facility to students and it charges around INR 40,000 per annum. The food in the canteen is nice and cost around INR 5000 per month. The quality of classrooms, Labs, and library are good and equipped with WIFI.
Chaithanya | Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech], batch of 2020
Reviewed on Dec 08, 2017
There are 5 hostels in the college. Food cost in college is INR 2000 per month. Quality of classrooms are well maintained.
Vaishnav | Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Computer Science and Engineering), batch of 2020
Reviewed on Oct 20, 2017
The food in college is fine. Quality of classrooms is average.