Amrita MBA Students Collaborate with Japanese Students on Sustainable Community Development Project in Village of Perumbalam, Alappuzha District, Kerala

As part of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham’s Live-in-Labs® program, first year Amrita Department of Management students from the Amritapuri campus worked with 60 Japanese students on a sustainable community development project in the village of Perumbalam, Alappuzha district, Kerala. The Japanese students, residents of Osaka and Tokyo, came from 18 different universities, such as the University of Tokyo and Kyoto University, to participate in the six day project.

International Students Participate in Amrita Live-in-Labs® Program in Karnataka

As part of global citizen course, eight students from Westminster School based in Atlanta, US, have joined hands with the women of the tiny hamlet of Sulagodu near Byse village in Hosanagar taluk of the district in Karnataka to construct the toilets for the latter under a mission called Women Empowerment Sanitation, funded by Amrita University. 

American Students Participate in Amrita Live-in-Labs® Program in Karnataka

As part of global citizen course, eight students from Westminster School based in Atlanta, US, have joined hands with the women of the tiny hamlet of Sulagodu near Byse village in Hosanagar taluk of the district in Karnataka to construct the toilets for the latter under a mission called Women Empowerment Sanitation, funded by Amrita University.

American Students Participate in Amrita's Live-in-Labs® Program in Byse, Karnataka

As part of global citizen course, eight students from Westminster School based in Atlanta, US, have joined hands with the women of the tiny hamlet of Sulagodu near Byse village in Hosanagar taluk of the district in Karnataka to construct the toilets for the latter under a mission called Women Empowerment Sanitation, funded by Amrita University.

Amrita RITE- Inclusive Education Model Presented at the Vatican Conference on Children and Sustainable Development

Prof. Prema Nedungadi of AmritaCREATE, was an invited speaker at the Vatican conference on “Children and Sustainable Development: Challenge for Education”, held November 13-15, 2015 at the Pontifical Academy of Sciences.  She presented Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham's Amrita RITE (Rural India Tablet enhanced Education) model that was inspired and guided by Chancellor Amma’s vision to provide both ‘education for making a living’ and ‘education for life’ skills.