Eligibility : 55% in 12th. There is no entrance test for BBA. Good college for exploring your self
The course fee is Rs.85000 per year. Based on talent and performance 80 per cent If needed loans can be availed education loan and is easily available
The college encourages students on various intern programmes and business startup events all around. Deloitte, Amazon, hdfc, ICICI, etc 100percent placement with 3.5lacs turnover Alumni network is very valuable as many well-known companies have hired and wider opportunity created.
Eligibility criteria is 12th 65% percentage and the course must be commerce. The entrance examination is not there. 65percentage minimum.
Clubs are many there Two
1.Milan national level
2 Aarush - Based on Technical festival
Boys have many hostels. Maximum 15 is there. Hostel fees are Maximum
Non Ac &laundry, food- 1, 00,000
Ac &food &laundry-1, 50,000
Food is good
The SRM classroom and lab, libraries are so great and good
Basically engineering students have Theory and lab sections daily
Method for teaching is good.
As I said to you I am a scholarship student. I Don't know the fees
I am now a second-year and third semester so my Internships will start from after 3rd-semester exam.
I am a scholarship student. So I couldn't write the exam.
I don't know the eligibility.
Exam IS "SRMJEE" Maximum eligible higher secondary score around 50%.
Aarush ,Millon are conducted in our college which is very famous and enjoyable
Life in college is nice
Around 10 to 15 hostels are available and in those Btech hostels are far better than medical hostels. PGs outside the college is very congested and not comfortable and there cost per month is about Rs.6000 to Rs.8000
Food is not bad and per person, it may cost about 100 to 150 rupees depending upon the menu. Class rooms, labs everything is fine
Daily routine is very hectic.
Method and quality of teaching is average
Overall experience is good
SRM University, Chennai Fee Structure. The course fee is about INR Rs.75000
We people used to take education loans.
I did an internship last year in ortin laboratories in Andhra Pradesh. Most of them get hired in marketing jobs 4 to 6 lakhs per annum is the average salary
We need pass 12th class
We have to write an online entrance exam conducted by SRM university
Hundreds of different clubs and other activities are there in SRM. You need to lay yourself in front according to your own interest to get its sweetness.
Talking about college life: It's totally different from other colleges. New ideas, thoughts, a huge diversity of people from all around the world are included in SRM.
Extraordinary and Beautiful.
Students of KTR campus just love our place.
It's cool and awesome with a huge infrastructure and well-designed hostels, labs and buildings.
One word is enough for this question: Awesome
Holding and continuing good behaviour record and studies will definitely pave a new way for your future. SRM UNIVERSITY KATTANKULATHUR is one of the best places I am living in.
SRM University, Chennai Fee Structure. The course fee is about INR 3.5 lakh. But fees depends on your SRMJEE rank. The more u can score, the lesser will be your fees.
In average every 3-4/10 gets scholarships. There are many different types of scholarships which you can get after your admission through your semester cgpa. So working hard will be fruitful hereafter in SRM.
In few words, u can say it as - "The Best" All the top companies hire from SRM university KTR campus (especially). Cgpa will be good. You will have hundreds of opportunities to laid your future. The only thing is you have to utilise all the facilities given by the college.
65% aggregate marks in PCB 12th.
The admission procedure is very simple and easy like you have to give the SRMJEE exam and get above cutoff marks. Contact the college admission office and come for counselling. Last year the cutoff was over 65%
A lot of societies for any interest you have like developer student council edm summit a club for entrepreneurs and a lot more but some Network marketers might trick you by telling you its a college club don't fall for it. Aarush the Tecno management fest of college and Milan the amazing fest is among the top 5 fests in India. The life in college is actually really good but mostly depends on the type of people you have to hang out with
Unlike a lot of colleges in the north classes start pretty early at 8 and on long days end at 5 but usually it varies The teachers are okay nothing crazy but masterclasses are organized regularly for various field and they are usually good It's pretty decent lots of opportunities for the ones seeking otherwise a complete nightmare because a lot of teachers just want good marks.
The course fee is Rs 3,50,000 per anum. For students who rank below 10000 a scholarship of around Rs 1Lakh is given As for the number it's hard to say but around half of them do Yes some take loans and during the on-campus enrollment students can take loans by simply going the education loan counter
Support is very good if you wanna work on your startup the SIC is really good and supportive and there's lot of people who will be happy to mentor you The placements are pretty average and similar to most of colleges The alumni network is also pretty great every semester an alumni meet is also organized and anyone can participate and can interact with the alumni
Need to clear the SRMJEE and most have more than 75% in PCM. The ranking in SRMJEE is recommended to be below 10,000 to avail a scholarship.
Many national clubs are there which help in the development of the student from each and every corner, making him capable of standing out of the crowd. Every festival is celebrated with great joy and enthusiasm. College life is very good in general. As already told, everything is available for the students.
Very good hostels, separate buildings for separate departments. Hostel fees vary from your choice of hostel. Food is very good. Quality of classrooms is also very good, a big library and a very big dining hall.
The class timings are from 8 to 5. There will be free slots for lunch and extracurricular activities also. Quality of teaching is okay. After all your result totally depends on your seriousness. The overall experience is fine. The campus has everything that is needed by the students.
My fees are 2.5 lakh per year. As far as scholarships are concerned, they are divided into 8 categories. Scholarships are given on the basis of the result. Some people study from loans and this thing completely depends on the financial status of the family. There are many banks and are very easily accessible.
2 internships are necessary to do in your whole graduation, which can be done anytime. Average salary figures as of a private college are not more than 3 lakh per annum, so goes with SRM too. The avg package is 3.5 to 4 lakh per annum.
The eligibility criteria for admission is taking SRMJEE exam and then you will be provided with the suitable branches according to your rank. If you are the state topper or rank under 100 in SRMJEE exam, then you will get a 100% scholarship. Cutoffs vary year to year but to take CSE branch in less tuition fee, you need to secure a rank within 10,000. Above which the tuition fee is increased by 1 lakh. Same goes with the other branches also but the parting rank is 25000.
My internship hospital give 1lakh for me because I am gold medal in all subject
Common salary 50000 for month but highest Salary is more than a thousand
Neet exam is the eligibility.
The procedure of the admission is counselling in Tamil Nadu government.
Neet exam is one if we took. 107 we have to get in neet
The Kattankulathur campus of SRM University has a wide array of hostels on offer throughout the campus with facilities ranging from AC to non-AC, attached washrooms to non-attached washrooms, two-sharing to three-sharing. A separate block in the campus is devoted to boys hotels and a different unattached section is devoted to the girls'. There are 14 blocks assigned to men's hostels with capacities varying from 200 to 1000 students in each block. The total capacity in the boys' block is approximately 7500. The men's hostels include Adhiayaman, Paari, Kaari, Oori, Nelson Mandela, Pierre Fauchard (PF), Manoranjitham, Thamarai, Agasthiyar, Sanyasi (A, B and C block) and a few others. With the exception of Nelson Mandela, Adhiyaman and Sanyasi C Block, the rest of the hostels are non-AC. The men's block houses 4 messes which serve breakfast, lunch, evening snacks and dinner at pre-established timings. One of these messes are singularly devoted to freshers to avoid any incident of ragging. The facilities available to the men's hostels are TV rooms, table-tennis boards and badminton tracks in the alley outside.
The academic routine at SRM, while superficially mundane, is, in reality, articulately designed to allow students to avail the benefits of the campus societies and technological clubs to further hone their skills or pursue their interests. A particular batch is divided into two halves (one of which is henceforth referred to as Batch 1 or alpha and the other as Batch 2 or beta). While following a choice-based flexible credit system, SRM allows their students to choose their own subjects from a list of electives from the second year onwards. However, while the fancy acronym may sound glittery and exciting, the reality of the system is more constrained than what one would expect. The choice of subjects, while understandably absent in the first year, is severely restricted in the sophomore year to an extent of choosing a subject in one semester only to be left with no choice but to attend its alternative choice in the next semester. In the third year, a few slots are marked as elective slots and a list of electives are prepared for the benefit of the students. The students can henceforth choose their own elective from the slot and can pursue the same.
The class timings at SRM should be a subject of its own inducted in the curriculum. Each student is allowed or allowed a maximum of three lab courses in a particular semester. A lab course may be of 2 or 3 hours duration. For alpha batch students, theory hours are conducted from 8 AM in the morning to 12.30 PM in the noon for odd-numbered days (1,3 or 5) while lab sessions for the same are conducted from 12.30 to 5 in any 2 or 3 of the 5 available slots according to the lab subject. For even-numbered days, lab hours are conducted from 8 AM to 11.35 AM in the morning followed by theory hours in the afternoon. For beta batch students, this timing is reversed for odd and even numbered days.
While SRM does allow the individual student's right to choose their faculty from the second year onwards, the spectrum of the quality of faculty available in college is vast in the very essence of the word. Ranging from absolutely brilliant (yet, often eccentric) professors whose knowledge of their subject is unparalleled as is their elucidation of the same to professors who choose to rant off their powerpoint presentations displayed on the screen using a projector, the spectrum is wide. However, due to the faculty selection process (first-come-first-serve rather than markers-based), a student may end up with polar opposites of teachers in two different subjects.
The recently revised examination pattern in SRM forces students to keep their noses to the grindstone throughout the semester with barely any free time. Three cycle tests on limited portions of the syllabi are conducted with special emphasis on regular quizzes and rather pointless assignments throughout the semester. All these assignments (most of them are portions students need to copy off their study material) are graded upon and contribute to the final score. The final university examinations, while conducted on 100, is scaled down to 50 and contributes the same to the final CGPA. SRM employs a 10-point CGPA system with a rather skewed distribution of grades in each grade category. This often leads to problems in off-campus placements and further education as the same marks in SRM could lead to a lower grade than in another college.
The course fee for the B.Tech degree in SRM University varies minimally from one branch to another depending on the lab equipment and excursion charges for the same. While the college does promote "no hidden costs" for the entire duration of the university course, such is rarely the case with the glaring exception being the university examination fees that need to be paid before the final semester examinations in each of the 8 semesters. The base tuition fee (rank-based) is INR 2,50,000 for all branches in the B.Tech curriculum in the Kattankulathur campus, with the exception of Aerospace Engineering and Nanotechnology each of which commands a base fee of INR 3,75,000. The fees are marginally lower in the side campuses depending on availability, with most courses commanding a base fee of INR 2,00,000.
The scholarships applied to the tuition fees are of various categories and are mostly performance-based. NRI candidates who appeared for SRMJEE and qualified via their merit score can avail a scholarship of 35% on their International Tuition fees throughout the duration of the 4-year course. The Founder's Scholarship of 100% exemption of tuition and hostel fees is awarded at the time of admission to students with SRMJEE ranks between 1 and 100, IITJEE (Main) ranks between 1 and 10,000, state toppers for their class 12 board examinations for CBSE, CISCE or state boards, district toppers in Tamil Nadu and national-level, state-level or international-level sports quota students.
The SRM Merit Scholarship is awarded to students based on their SRMJEE ranks- students who have secured ranks between 101 and 500 are awarded 100% scholarship, those between ranks 501 and 1000 are awarded 75%, those between ranks 1001 and 2000 are awarded 50%, those between ranks 2001 and 3000 are awarded 25% scholarship. SRM also offers scholarships to students who hail from NGO shelter houses or tribal communities, the scholarship of which is determined by the scholarship committee. In addition to the same, the administration also awards a scholarship to differently abled students with locomotive or orthopedic disability, visual imparity, speech or hearing problems or mental disabilities.
Student loans for economically weaker students as well as concessions are available from the CUB bank which is present on campus. The continuation of the loan and its renewal and the amount is determined the administration and is dependent on the student's performance and dedication.
The SRMJEE is the university-level entrance exam conducted by SRM University for granting admission into the B.Tech curriculum across its five campuses- Kattankulathur, Ramapuram, Ramapuram-part Vadapalani, Amravati and NCR Ghaziabad. Candidates are admitted into the varying branches of the curriculum in the college based on their SRMJEE performance.
The exam is designed for students who have just appeared in their board examinations after completing their class 12. Emphasizing specifically on logical aptitude, an intricate sense of the application of mathematical or physical models and an established base in 12th standard Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or Biology, the syllabus of SRMJEE is based loosely on that of the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE- Main). While covering the syllabi of school-level class 11 and 12, the physics portion focusses mainly on mechanics and Newton's Laws of Motions as well as the basic concepts of ray and wave optics and thermodynamics. Stressing especially on the numerical problem-solving aptitude of candidates, the interpretation of laws and application-based questions are abundant. In retrospect, theoretical questions on laws and explanation of phenomena are avoided in the paper.
The chemistry portion focusses on organic chemistry as its bedrock set of questions, with an explanation of the reaction mechanisms and product identification dominating most of the chemistry section. Numericals based on physical chemistry concepts such as ionic equilibrium and chemical equilibrium, Gay-Lussac's Law and Avogadro law are abundant. The inorganic section is minimal in quantity and emphasizes solely on the color variations in compounds and their stereochemistry while also focussing often on their IUPAC nomenclature. The third section of the question set varies for students applying for Biochemistry, Biomedical or Genetic Engineering. As such, such students will have to attempt Biology in their third section while the remaining attempt Mathematics. The Mathematics section is widely variant with a spectrum of questions ranging from integral and differential calculus and their applications to set theory, matrices, and determinants.
The paper is conducted solely online within a varied spectrum of dates prescribed by the administration prior to the opening of applications for the exam. The candidate can pick any date or venue within their preferred city, depending on availability for their exam. The examination is conducted for a total time duration of 3 hours and comprises 90 questions with 30 in each section (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/Biology). 4 marks are awarded for a correct answer while none is deducted for a wrong unanswered question. The cut-offs for the course vary from year to year as such that the candidates can choose their branches depending on their rank in the examination. Usually, a score of 150 in the examination assures a candidate of the Computer Science and Engineering branch in the main (Kattankulathur) campus
SRM has a lot of associations and clubs on campus, including official Mozilla and Google clubs, and several students created clubs as well. These clubs are an excellent way to meet others with similar interests and get in touch with seniors.
The two main annual fests conducted on campus are Milan, the National Level Cultural fest, lasting 5 days, and Aarush, the Technical fest. Both these fests are organized with extreme zeal and passion and are met with the same energy by the students. Students can join domains to help with organizing and management in the fest, or partake in any of the activities provided by each domain.
The campus itself is vast with plentiful greenery and a lot of quiet places to walk. Also, the are several basketball courts and football fields open to students.
The hostels provide 2 and 3 sharing rooms for students, with the option of AC and non AC rooms. Hostel fee for non AC rooms usually comes up to about 1.1 to 1.3 lakhs per year and, for AC rooms, 2 to 2.1 lakhs per year, inclusive of mess fee. The rooms are decent and are cleaned semi-regularly. The wifi speeds are unpredictable but usually decent early in the morning. The food served in the mess is not the best. The conditions are unhygienic and the food is usually not healthy either.
Due to the high cost of the AC rooms and the less than appealing mess food, most students opt to shift to rented apartments in the nearby area. Transport is affordable via the share auto service in Chennai.
Upon admission, students are divided into two batches, having different class timings, and are assigned a Faculty Advisor. Classes start from 8 a.m. and finish by 5 p.m. However, there are often a number of free slots in the middle and a lunch break. Each course will require students to take one surprise test and one assignment, each of which is worth 5 marks of the total grade.
Unlike most colleges, which conduct two exams each semester (mid-sem and end-sem), SRM conducts four exams each semester, Cycle test 1, 2 and 3 and End sem exam. This causes the schedule to be considerably hectic, and at certain points in the semester, students will have very little free time.
Students applying for B. Tech in SRM University are required to sit for the entrance exam, SRMJEE. Students will be ranked based on their performance and can opt for a degree of their preference accordingly. Applicants are required to pass in Higher Secondary examination (10+2) with minimum 50% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, and Maths. The admission process takes place in the SRM campus in Kattankulathur, Chennai.