Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham

APPLICATION FORM
Location
Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
College Type
Deemed to be University
Co-Ed Status
Co-Education
Established
2003
Minority Status
Non Minority
Courses offered
BA
Duration
3 Years
B.E / B.Tech
Duration
4 Years
B.Sc.
Duration
3 Years
B.Sc Agriculture Hons
Duration
4 Years
Integrated M.Sc
Duration
5 Years
M.E / M.Tech
Duration
2 Years
MA
Duration
2 Years
MBA
Duration
2 Years
M.Sc.
Duration
2 Years
M.Phil
Duration
1 Years
M.Phil
Duration
2 Years
M.Phil
Duration
2 Years
Integrated M.Tech + Ph.D
Duration
6 Years
MSW
Duration
2 Years
M.Sc
Duration
2 Years
M.Sc.
Duration
2 Years
PGD
Duration
1 Years
PGD
Duration
1 Years
Ph.D
Duration
3 Years
Ph.D
Duration
3 Years
Ph.D(Management)
Duration
3 Years
Ph.D
Duration
3 Years
About Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham:

The beginnings of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham can be traced to 1994 when a School of Engineering was started in an obscure village named Ettimadai, at the foothills of Bouluvanpatty ranges of the Western Ghats in the Coimbatore district of Tamil Nadu.

At that time there were 120 students and 13 faculty members. Today, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham has five campuses in three different states of India. There is a student population of over 12,000 and faculty strength of nearly 1500. Over 120 UG, PG and doctoral programs are offered.

When Amrita became a “deemed to be University” in January 2003, it was the youngest group of institutions to be conferred this status. As Amrita's first campus, Coimbatore is home to the administrative headquarters of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham.

Schools of Engineering and Business, in addition to Departments of Social Work and Communication, are located on this campus. Research centers include AMBE, CEN, CES and Cybersecurity. The campus has nearly 3500 students and about 600 faculty and staff members.

This sprawling 400-acre campus is often likened to an oasis in a desert. Massive tree-planting and forestation activities undertaken over the past decade have converted the once-barren land into a lush green and beautiful place.

A lot of emphasis is placed on eco-friendly and conservation practices. Waste water from the hostels and faculty and staff quarters is treated using EM; no chemicals are used in the process. Organic fertilizers are made using vermi-compost, pesticides have been avoided since the very beginning. The tranquil surroundings, away from the pollution and the bustle of city life, are home to several exotic birds, including parrots and peacocks.

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Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham

Amritanagar, Ettimadai, Tamil Nadu 641112

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PHONE - 0422 268 5000, 044 - 355 33 222

EMAIL - info@ch.amrita.edu