SASTRA Deemed University

SASTRA Deemed University was established in 1984 as Shanmugha College of Engineering. Situated over a sprawling campus of 1.5 million square feet, the Shanmugha College of Engineering was later renamed as Shanmugha Arts, Science, Technology and Research Academy (SASTRA). The university is known to possess a total population of 8,000 students. The total number of teaching faculty belonging to the SASTRA university is 600.

The Shanmugha Arts, Science, Technology and Research Academy is one of the renowned universities in India. It has achieved national standing since its inception. The university offers a large number of undergraduate and postgraduate courses belonging to Science, Arts, Management, Education, Management and Engineering. Besides the aforesaid courses, the university also offers Doctoral programs. SASTRA is known its state-of-the-art laboratories, computer facilities and a rich library. The courses of the university include B Tech, M Tech, Ph D, MCA and MBA.

It is noteworthy that SASTRA is presents a holistic approach towards education. The university aims at promoting personal and professional growth simultaneously. The university possesses a moral instructor, who imparts moral education to the students. The SASTRA Deemed University does not seek to establish status quo; it aims at transcending the traditional barriers through its endeavors. The mission of the university is to impart value based education. The objective of the university is to create good individuals and citizen, while creating good scientists, researchers and engineers.

Last Updated on : March 28, 2016


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