SRMJEEE 2021 results announced, counseling to start soon

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The results of the Phase l of SRMJEEE (SRM Joint Engineering Entrance Exam) conducted by SRM Institute of Science and Technology (formerly known as SRM University) is announced today (28th May 2021).

Phase I Counseling will start soon for students who have qualified as per the SRMJEEE results.

Phase l exams were held on 23rd and 24th May, 2021 in three slots. The exams were conducted as a home proctored test keeping the safety of the students in view of the prevailing pandemic situation.

SRMJEEE 2021 is being held in two phases. Phase II applications will be available till 20th July 2021 while the exam dates are 25th and 26th July, 2021.

The results for the SRMJEEE Phase II will be declared on 29th July, 2021.

Admissions to B.Tech programmes offered in SRMIST Chennai (Kattankulathur, Vadapalani, Ramapuram and NCR), SRM University - Sonepat, Haryana and SRM University, AP - Andhra Pradesh will be on the basis of the ranks secured in SRMJEEE 2021.

 

SRM Hospital receives 10 oxygen concentrators from NTHU, Taiwan

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SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre (SRM MCH&RC) in Kattankulathur has received ten oxygen concentrators from National Tsing Hua University (NTHU), Taiwan as a sign of goodwill to help us battle COVID.

These 10 Oxygen Concentrators were sent as part of the “Love from NTHU, Taiwan” campaign. The money was sourced from voluntary donations from the NTHU Alumni Association and the Centre for India Studies at NTHU. SRM Institute of Science and Technology (SRMIST) is one of the strategic partners of NTHU, through which a dedicated Taiwan Education Centre has been established on campus, working to build the education and cultural partnership between the university and Taiwan higher education institutions.

On behalf of NTHU, SRMIST’s Director (International Relations) Kartar Singh presented these concentrators to SRM MCH&RC’s Pro-Vice Chancellor (Medical & Health Sciences) Prof. Lt. Col. Dr. A. Ravikumar and Dean (Medical) Dr. A. Sundaram.

In the words of Professor Weichung Wang, Director of the Program Office for Taiwan Education Centre in India at NTHU, who has devoted over a decade in promoting Indo-Taiwan cooperation, the donation was an outpouring of the concern they feel for the people of India, “SRMIST is one of the most important partners of NTHU in India. Given the years-long partnership and friendship, it was but natural for us to provide this support. It is a very small step in strengthening the hands of SRM Hospital in its fight against the deadly COVID virus”.

SRMIST has around 20 academic partnerships with Taiwan, leading to student and faculty mobility, and research collaboration. The Taiwan Education Centre at SRMIST is the only centre in India to offer the Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language certificate examination.

 

SRM Hospital opens COVID Care Centre with 200 beds

SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre (SRM MCH&RC), Kattankulathur has set up a COVID Care Centre with 200 bed capacity in the campus. Out of this 200 bed facility, 100 beds will be for allopathic treatment.

The 200 bed facilty was inaugurated by Pro-Vice Chancellor, Medical & Health Sciences, SRM MCH&RC Prof. Lt. Col. Dr. A. Ravikumar, Also present were SRM Institute of Science and Technology's Registrar (Interim) Dr. S. Ponnusamy, Medical (Dean) Dr. A. Sundaram and Dental (Dean) Dr. Vivek among others.

As per the Govt. guidelines and AIIMS, Delhi guidelines, only patients with moderately severe disease are admitted to the hospital. However, a large number of COVID patients are having mild symptoms or remain asymptomatic. They need assisted care for up to a week under supervised Medical and Nursing professionals. SRM MCH&RC receives 150 to 170 patients daily in the Fever Clinic. Out of this, about 30 get admitted to the hospital. Of the remaining patients with mild symptoms some held rest and special care due to the extreme malaise isolated with the disease.

In order to cater to this group of patients, SRM MCH&RC has set up a 200 bed capacity COVID Care Centre in the campus located in ‘M’ Block. Out of this 200 bed facility, 100 beds will be for allopathic treatment. An energetic team of Doctors, Nursing staff and Support staff will be managing these patients with expert guidance of specialist doctors in SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre.

The remaining 100 beds will be used for treating patients by Ayurveda system of Medicine. For this purpose, we have established an Ayurveda COVID Care Centre jointly with Lions Club of T.Nagar Charitable Trust. This trust has been operating an Ayurveda Hospital for more than 23 years in K.K. Nagar. They will treat COVID patients who are asymptomatic or with mild symptoms according to guidelines of Ministry of AYUSH, Govt. of India and Govt. of Tamil Nadu. The proposed COVID Care Centre has sufficient facilities to cater to the needs of these patients. We also have sufficient Medical, Nursing, Para-medical and Support staff to run the centre as per accepted standard of care.

The proposed COVID Care Centre has sufficient facilities to cater to the needs of these patients. We also have sufficient Medical, Nursing, Para-medical and Support staff to run the centre as per accepted standard of care.

The Management under the able guidance of SRM Group of Institution Founder Chancellor, Dr. T. R. Paarivendhar, MP and Pro-Chancellor (Academics), Dr. P. Sathyanarayanan have supported this initiative.

 

SRM conducts three days Incident Response System workshop

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SRM Institute of Science and Technology (SRMIST), Kattankulathur in collaboration with National Institute of Disaster Management (NIDM), Ministry of Home Affairs (GoI) organizes a three days training program on Incident Response System (19-21 May, 2021). This was done under the Unnat Bharat Abhiyan flagship.

SRMIST’s Associate Director (Campus Life) Dr. V. Thirumurugan and Executive Director, NIDM Maj.Gen. M.K Bindal inaugurated the training program with special address and inaugural address respectively. Dr. T. Deepa, Associate Professor from SRMIST delivered the welcome address and initiated the session effectively.

Assistant Professor Dr.Vignesh K.S delivered the special lecture on “Disaster Management Cycle and Vulnerability Profile of Tamil Nadu” followed by Prof. Shekhar Chaturvedi, NIDM delivering the special talk on “Introduction Incident Response System (IRS) and its principles”.

Ms. Ranjini, UBA Intern, SRMIST and Mr.Arun Verma, Young Professional, NIDM moderated the session efficiently.

About 604 participants registered for the program and more than 250 participants attended the program from various states and countries.

Officials from NIDM addressed the gathering with the greeting note to the team Dr.V.Thirumurugan, Dr.Deepa and Dr.Vignesh for the sustainable collaboration.

 

Two-day virtual conference on “Transforming of Technology in Higher Education”

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A two-day national virtual conference on “Transforming of Technology in Higher Education” was  organised by College of Management (COM), SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Kattankulathur along with Central University of Tamil Nadu, Tiruvarur and Central University of Jharkahand.

Dr. V.M Ponniah was the convener of this virtual conference. Dr. S.K. Manivannan and Dr. Poonguzhali faculty members, COM acted as deputy conveners. The Vice Chancellors of these three Universities delivered the conference inaugural address.          

VC (Interim) of SRMIST, Dr. C Muthamizhchelvan, in his presidential address said that change is inevitable. “Teachers must equip themselves to impart education through state-of-the-art online technologies.”

He suggested the teaching community to use virtual, augmented reality and Data driven Decision making to teach Engineering and Medical students. He also suggested that all the faculty members should take up online courses so that they know about the latest trends in online education.

About 80 papers were presented on the occasion. Prof. T. Ramachandran, Prof. Shenbagaraman, Prof. Senthil Kumar, Prof. R. Krishnanraj , Dr. Arivalagan of SRMIST acted as chair-personal for the technical sessions in  this conference. Dr. Gajendran, Dr. P. Saravanan, Dr. J. Dinesh, Dr. Senthil Nathan, Dr. TS Edwin were the coordinators for the technical sessions.

The conference helped teachers across the country to keep in tune with latest technologies in Online Education.