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Best Practice 1


Best Practice 1: Focus on Experiential Learning through Industry-Academia Collaboration

Experiential learning practice at the University are:

Industry- academia Interaction - For teaching and learning, both inside and outside the classroom methods are used to develop the skills of the students. Experts from the industry and academia offer guest                  lectures   at the University to maintain the industry- academia connect.

Soft Skills - Soft Skills are given a consistent focus keeping in view the shift of the industry requirements from pure hard skills to an unavoidable component of relevant soft skills.

Laboratories and Internships - The well-equipped laboratories, internships and industry visits keep the faculty and the learners abreast with the new trends and expectations. 

NCC - is an addition to the curriculum to incorporate and actualize the idea of all round development, experiential learning, and dispensation of social responsibilities

Clubs and Societies - Various student clubs allow students to nurture their talents and promote skill enhancement.

Sports - The students are encouraged by the directorate of sports to participate in the sports trials and to hone their skills to compete at the highest level.

Mooting - Moot Courts are held to mirror real-life court proceedings. The activity is designed to facilitate among students the understanding of court proceedings, proper code of  conduct, the importance of dress          code, and the use of formal language.


Centre of Excellence

SRM – Siemens Centre of Excellence (SSCoE)


Centre for Drug Design, Discovery & Development (C4D) 

The aforesaid research centres help students with experiential research and interactions with experts such as Nobel Laureate Prof. Ada Yonath, Dr. Theodore Roosevelt Malloch Jr., CEO of  Roosevelt Group and Professor of Said Business School, University of Oxford, Prof. Sir. Tom Blundell, Professor Emeritus, University of Cambridge, Prof. Simon Croft,Director of London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.


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