Is Amrita University is UGC Recognised?
The University Garnts Commission (UGC) has placed Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham under “Category II”.
Is it compulsory to wear uniform in Amrita?
Yes, uniform is compulsory for all campuses of Amrita University for all Under Graduate programmes.! You need to wear till your final year. Students doing their post graduation needn’t wear uniform.
Can we wear jeans in Amrita University?
Amrita is fairly strict about the way students dress. It is imperative that all students dress modestly and abide by the customs and norms observed by the institution. Jeans, short tops, short shorts, short skirts, tank tops, overly tight clothes, or torn clothes are NOT allowed to be worn by male or female students.
Which is the best magazine of Amrita Coimbatore campus?
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham is a world class, research intensive institution with national and international reputation as an educational institution providing higher education. Amritadhwani is the annual college magazine of the campus. Amritadhwani brings a potpourri of creations in five different languages along with descriptions… »»
Are there doctoral programs in Management at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham?
Doctoral programs in Management at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham is committed to educating scholars to lead in their fields of research on the complex socio-economic and managerial issues that are encountered in an increasingly competitive and challenging business world.
Is it possible to get a PhD at Amrita?
In order to encourage exceptional students in Bachelor’s and Master’s programs at Amrita, students are allowed to pursue Ph. D., and can be considered for Integrated Ph.D. admission. Completion of undergraduate degree is mandatory for such applicants.
What are some of the research programs of Amrita?
Amrita is a partner in various international bilateral governmental research programs and initiatives, such as Indo-US Initiative (Cyber Security, Cyber Crimes,) Cyber Forensics), Indo-European Union (Erasmus Mundus, India4EU programs), Indo-Japan Initiative in Wireless Networks & Applications.