SRMJEE 2019 result to be declared on April 27

The SRM Institute of Science and Technology has released the counselling schedule for admission to BTech courses in its Chennai, Amaravati and Delhi NCR campuses. The SRMJEEE 2019 result will be declared on April 27, 2019, according to IE report. Candidates selected through the result will be eligible for the counselling sessions scheduled to be held on May 3, 4, 5, 7 and 8, 2019. The SRMJEEE counselling will not be conducted on May 6, 2019 due to elections in some states, citing the official notification, the report said.

Documents needed for counselling

  • B.Tech Counseling call letter
  • SRMJEE 2019 Rank card
  • Admit Card/Hall ticket of the +2 board examination
  • Mark sheet of Class 10th as proof of date of birth
  • Mark sheet of Class 12th or its equivalent (if results are announced)
  • Photo ID proof (PAN, Aadhar, Passport) – Original for verification and return and Photocopy
  • Cancelled cheque leaf with the name of the Candidate/Parent/Grand Parent printed.
  • Receipt(s) for payment made through E-Pay facility or Demand Draft

The ranks and call letters or admit cards for counselling will be released on the official website post-SRMJEEE 2019 results. On being selected, the candidates will receive a provisional allotment letter. To avail the letter, the eligible candidates will have to pay Rs 2.10 lakh which includes a registration-cum-counselling fee of Rs 10,000 and part of the first year tuition fee, added the report.

The SRM Institute of Science and Technology (formerly known as SRM University) is one of the top ranking universities in India with over 38,000 students and more than 2600 faculty across all the campus, offering a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs in Engineering, Management, Medicine and Health sciences, and Science and Humanities.

Academic Environment

  • Foreign faculty, flexible and dynamic curriculum, exciting research and global connections are the features that set SRM apart
  • Students have a wide choice of cutting edge programs including nanotechnology, bioinformatics, genetic engineering, remote sensing and GIS, embedded systems or computer forensics to choose from
  • Most of these courses are offered in close collaboration with foreign universities

Diversity of Students

  • 80% of students are from outside Tamil Nadu, with students from Europe, China and other countries

Semester Abroad Program

  • Over 150 students sponsored to 35 foreign universities like MIT, Carnegie Mellon, UC Davis, Warwick and Western Australia in 2008-09

International Advisory Board

  • 50 members from top universities across the world including MIT, Stanford, UC Berkeley, Cambridge and NUS help set Global Standards

Corporate Advisory Board

  • Over 60 top executives from leading corporate institutions constantly interact with faculty and students to help in formulating academics and research. Click here.

Accreditation

  • SRM IST has been accredited by NAAC with the Highest ‘A++’ Grade in the year 2018, valid for the next 5 years
  • SRM Institute of Science and Technology (formerly known as SRM University) is placed in A category by MHRD

Infrastructure

  • Over 600 acres replete with a variety of facilities, State-of-the-art labs, libraries, Wi-Fi, knowledge centre, 4000 capacity AC auditorium, 100 online smart classrooms, Hostels with premium facilities, endless convenience on campus including ATM’s, bookstores, dining options, cafeterias, prayer halls, gym and more

Placement

  • Top salary US $200,000 offered to NANO Researcher Shivaraman at California, USA. Nearly 100% placement of registered students: TCS, Wipro, Cognizant, Infosys, Siemens, and others

Loans

  • On-the-spot sanction of bank educational loans during counselling.

Scholarships

  • Fee waiver of 50% to students with above 95% in CBSE or in State Board examinations
  • Founder’s Scholarship-full waiver on tuition, books, hostels and mess, plus stipend of Rs.1,000 per month to top state, SRMEEE, JEE and AIEEE rankers, sports persons and socio-economic disdained

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