Amrita School of Engineering (ASE), Coimbatore was established on October 27, 1994. It has the distinction of being Amrita's first center for higher learning. Known then as the Amrita Institute of Technology and Science, it offered B. E. programs to cater to the increasing needs of technical manpower in the country. Today the School offers B. Tech. and M. Tech. programmes in various disciplines. In addition, it offers programs leading to the MCA degree. Ph. D. is offered in Engineering and Sciences. ASE has an excellent faculty student ratio which is well above the national norms. Faculty members of ASE Coimbatore have published books...
Conceived of as the grooming ground for future engineering professionals of India, the School's vision is to produce quality engineers with an attitude of service, for the benefit of the society and nation. Today the School offers B.Tech. , M.Tech. and Ph.D. programmes in various disciplines. In addition, it offers programs leading to the MCA, BCA (In Kochi and Mysore, BCA and MCA courses are offered by the School of Arts and Sciences)....Read more»
The research office of Amrita School of Engineering is an exclusive division started to create a positive research environment with information regarding call for proposals, guidelines to formulate research proposals and research publications. The office is committed to providing dedicated support for faculty members of Amrita School of Engineering. Research projects aim to benefit humanity in some way, and the research is usually undertaken in collaboration with industry, academia and government. The projects enjoy support from international and national partners including the European Commission, DST, TIFAC, ISRO, DRDO... Read more»
Inspired by Amma's vision to create a world-class research and teaching university in India, in the past few years, many eminent academicians from around the world have joined Amrita full-time to pursue their careers here. These include not only people of Indian origin but also several people from the West. All three Schools have seen a phenomenon of "brain-gain" vs. the more conventional "brain-drain", where-in highly qualified people from the West have moved back to India inspired by Amma's vision for building top centers for learning in India ...»»
Amritadhwani is the annual college magazine & yearbook of Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore campus...Read more»»