Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham is a multi-disciplinary, research-intensive, private university, educating a vibrant student population of over 20,000 by 1700+ strong faculty. Amrita offers more than 200 UG, PG, and PhD programs in Engineering, Management, Medical & Life Sciences, Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies. In a short span of 15 years, we have established 180+ collaborations with top 500 world-ranked universities as Amrita is emerging as one of the fastest growing institutions of higher learning in India.
Amrita has been recently accredited with an A++, the highest grade, by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). Amrita has been selected by the Indian Government as an Institution of Eminence (IoE) to be developed into a world-class institution that would put India on the global education map. Amrita’s vision of intellectual social responsibility is the foundation of its research activities. The institution strives to bring about positive change in society through impactful, socially conscious, human-centred research. With seven campuses at Amaravati, Amritapuri, Bengaluru, Chennai, Coimbatore, Kochi, and Mysuru and a new campus at NCR Delhi (Faridabad) and spread over 1200+ acres with 100 lacs square feet of built-up space, Amrita is one of India’s top-ranked private university.
Amrita School of Engineering Chennai
Amrita School of Engineering (ASE), Chennai campus, is located at about 40 KMs away from Chennai and 90 KMs away from Tirupati on the State Highway SH50A in a village named Vengal, has become the place where the future of the Country is being moulded.
ASE is aesthetically spread out on a sprawling 13.55 acres of land with a built-up area of 24,956 sqm, where the dreams of countless engineering aspirants find realisation. ASE, located in close proximity to the Country’s Major Manufacturing and Automobile Hubs (popularly known as The Detroit of Asia), embodies an intellectual ambience to the aspiring young minds who wants to opt Engineering as their career specialization.
Department of Mechanical Engineering
The department of Mechanical Engineering, established in 2019, offers two undergraduate programmes, B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering and B.Tech. in Automation & Robotics Engineering. The department also offers PhD programs in all the specializations of mechanical engineering.
Department’s strong footprint is attributed to the team of qualified, motivated and experienced faculty members with 100% PhD (either completed or pursuing). Of which 65% have their PhD from reputed Institutes in India like IISc, IITs, NITs and IIITDM Kanchipuram & 30% have International exposure.
The department fosters the flair of the students through a well-designed unique curriculum that caters to the changing needs of the industries and other stakeholders. The department has state-of-the-art research facilities and well-equipped laboratories to support all the academic activities. The department lays significant emphasis on Industry – Institute Interaction activities and has robust Industry-Academia Collaboration Programs.
In the global competitive customer-centric scenario, the field of Mechanical Engineering is advancing at a rapid pace, and new technologies are emerging in the areas of Materials, Manufacturing, and Automation. The challenges faced by today’s engineers force them to keep abreast of the emerging trends through continuous research and development.
The International Conference on Advancements in Materials, Manufacturing and Automation (AMMA-2023) is aimed to bring researchers, academicians, professional engineers, and industry leaders from all over the world on a common platform to exchange cutting-edge ideas relating to recent developments and advancements in the evergreen fields of materials, manufacturing and automation. The conference will include keynote addresses by eminent people from industry and academia.
Chennai is the cultural capital of South India. This 350 years old city has the vibe of young hearts. British had a stronghold on Madras during the independence era and did many good deeds to the city. They were the prime reason for the drastic development of Chennai city, which was once just a forest land.
The northern part of Chennai is primarily an industrial area, and the central part is the commercial heart of the city. Whereas South and west Chennai are mostly residential areas. Kodambakkam is the cinema hub of Kollywood, filled with lots of film industries, studios and cinema sets. Irrespective of the metropolis heart Chennai perfectly balances its old heritage and the modern vibe. It’s a sight to behold the Chennai’s skyline which is brimming with skyscrapers. Once you are in Chennai you will quickly adapt to its hustle bustle and will tend to love its multiface.