We believe that the alumni of an institution are its ambassadors. Their character, personality, intellect, achievement, success and recognition add great value to the positioning of the alma mater as a prestigious educational institution producing high quality professionals. The stronger the network of alumni, the greater is the impact.
The alumni of an institution are its flag-bearers. Their character, personality, achievement and recognition add great value to the positioning of the alma mater as a prestigious educational brand producing high quality professionals. The stronger the network of alumni, the greater is the impact.
The Amritians News Letter- Sandesh is a step to connect 24,000 plus Amritians through news, views and happenings. Through this newsletter, you will be updated on all that is happening in your alma mater, in the life of your close friends and that of other Amritians, whom you did not know earlier, though you probably studied at the same time in the very same university, but hardly bothered to know each other, preoccupied as you were with your studies and other activities.
Amrita Alumni Shruthi Kamath, Ethical Hacker and Security Analyst with Infosys, shared her thoughts on women involvement that can help Information Security industry evolve. Shruthi Kamath graduated from the Amrita’s Bengaluru campus with a BTech degree.
The 17th General Body Meeting of Alumni Association of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amrita University was conducted with great fervor at the Coimbatore Campus. Around 200 Alumni from all walks of life including self made entrepreneurs to civil servants and from US to Middle East attended the joyous event.
Ever since the responsibility of coordinating the Amrita Alumni Network was entrusted with Corporate & Industry Relations (CIR), we were thinking of ways and means to make it a live, vibrant, fun-filled association where past students will have the opportunity to connect with each other, inform everyone of their life, achievements, aspirations and opportunities, besides talking about their ‘new family’ members, share photos of people, places and events and above all meet every year in the respective campuses and spend an eventful day with fellow Amritians, faculty who have contributed so much in shaping their destiny and CIR family members whose only aim and purpose of existence have always been to ensure the best opportunities to our students in developing their ‘Life Skills’ so that they become confident, competent, value-driven and industry-ready professionals, excelling in every endeavour that they undertake.
From the feedback that we receive from industry and the corporate world where our alumni are engaged in varied functions, we have much to be happy about and that enthuses us to move forward with more value-added programmes, enriched with content quality and diversity.
The Amritians network is going to be a great forum for all of you to open your heart to and the more you participate, the better it is going to be in value and fun. I wholeheartedly welcome you to this great movement.