Apart from healthcare, it is education that has attracted the attention of the SNR Sons Charitable Trust.
Expectations have hit an all time high
so far as engineering education is
Dr. M. Paulraj’s vision is to make SRIT Globally Visible. Therefore, he tries to make his
The applicants should have secured TANCET score in addtion to a pass in a degree examination
Three Days Faculty Development Programme on Soft Computing Techniques using MATLAB for Engineering Research (09 – 11, August 2017)
ICMR Sponsered seminar on 'Awareness and Measures to overcome depression and anxiety disorder among adolescent age group
Sri Ramakrishna Institute of Technology (SRIT), an Autonomous Institution, Affiliated to Anna University is one among the most eminent Educational Institutions in Coimbatore district. SRIT is recognized as one of the leaders in Engineering Education, Research and Application of knowledge for the betterment of the society and the country. The college has imprinted a position in the Engineering Education by creating graduates to the industry and the society. Since its inception in the year 2002, the institution has been continuously motivated to make a permanent mark in the education field by creating technocrats, sound in Academics and Value system.
SRIT is one of the seventeen leading institutions managed by SNR Sons Charitable Trust which includes Polytechnic College, Schools, Dental College, Colleges of Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Arts & Science, and Advanced Training Institute. The institution is located in a tranquil environment appropriate for constant learning. It is situated at the outskirts of the city. Well-constructed buildings with state-of-the-art educational aids are spread over the 49.99 acres with built up area of 65,117 Sq.m.
Sri Ramakrishna Institute of Technology (SRIT) has a very picturesque and serene atmosphere surrounded
MoUs with Infosys (Campus Connect), CISCO, BSNL, CODISSIA, KKM Soft, Salzer Electronics,
Our Institution has been Accredited with a CGPA of 3.39 on a four point scale at A Grade