Amrita University was started by the world-renowned humanitarian leader, Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, Amma. As Chancellor of the University, Amma continues to guide the university's mission and growth....»»
With the guidance of our beloved Chancellor Amma, the first Amrita School of Engineering was started in 1994 in Coimbatore. In 2002, two additional Schools of Engineering were established in Amritapuri and Bengaluru. All three Schools offer B.Tech., M.Tech. and Ph.D. programs in a large number of disciplines. Outstanding students aspiring for careers in engineering, from across the country and abroad are enrolled in the three Schools. Read more»
Amrita University conducts an entrance exam every year in various cities across the country for admission to the B.Tech. programs.For admissions to M.Tech. programs, A pass in the test conducted by the University, followed by... »»
Amrita School of Engineering Alumni Association strives to create and promote a lifelong bond between alumni and students, and inspire them to care about the past, present and future of Amrita and... »»
The Amrita Corporate & Industry Relations strives to achieve excellent placement of students each year. A proven track record of consistent high quality placements year-on-year is one of the reasons for many bright students opting... »»
Each of the three Amrita Schools of Engineering has its own unique ambience and resources. They all share the commitment to provide state-of-the-art facilities and diverse resources, as needed, to enable students to excel in their chosen fields.
Large central libraries exist on all three Amrita campuses. The libraries have tens of thousands of books, several thousand project reports and hundreds of journals. There are CDs, DVDs and online journals. Interlibrary loan is possible on a per-need basis.
All three libraries use a Library Information System. They feature fully automated catalog and search capabilities. Several departments have their own departmental libraries as well.
Residential students are housed in single-gender hostels where they benefit from the availability of extra-curricular enrichment activities such as yoga and meditation as well as sports and study facilities. Delicious vegetarian meals are served three times a day in student dining halls. Students also have the option of eating in the canteen and/or juice stall on payment.
Each campus has a prayer hall and one or more stores, well-stocked with school and household items. Amenities vary by campus and typically include a branch or ATM of Dhanalakshmi Bank, a tailor's shop, an internet cafe, STD/ISD phone facilities and a copy center. »»