It's our firm belief at SRM University, that to enhance the skills of our students, they must be provided with opportunities to explore their creativity.
Cultural programs are organized several times during the year to encourage creative pursuits and nurture talent. Students form teams and share responsibility in organizing the events.
As one subsides and steps onto the campus, he/she comes across a divergent and distinguished culture bubbling with effervescence and efficiency. Every individual here learns and lucubrates to follow his and her passion with dedication and dynamism, also efficaciously managing their academics. They're enlightened and edified with human values and competently complete with the challenges of their lives
The very name translates to a get-together, sure, but Milan, the cultural extravaganza of SRM University offers so much more. Milan is a National level cultural event that hosts events for tens of thousands of students who fly in from various parts of the country. There is a plethora of variety in the events that take place, which to name a few are, "Fashion Show"for the aspiring models, "Talkathon" for the wannabe debators, "Short film screening" for the upcoming 'James Cameroons' and a DJ Night, for the nocturnals. Over a period of time, Milan has evolved to a great extent that CHIEF celebrities from the film industry like, Kamal Haasan, John Abraham, 'Chiyaan' Vikram, Shreya Ghoshal and et al A-listers have graced the occasion. An absolute delight to look forward to, for it caters to the craving minds of thrill-seekers, philosophers and the educational enthusiasts. One wouldn't want to miss the "Sunburn of the south", with fun manifold, would they?
Tarana happens once a year and it's the perfect opportunity for all talented students from colleges and institutions under the SRM banner to participate in the competitions and showcase their creative talent.
Dance, light music, classical music, fashion show, literary debates, craft and lots of other events are organized and leading celebrities are invited to judge the events.
There's competition and a spirit of camaraderie too as students from various streams come together to participate, compete and win prizes.
Marked as "The Beginning, Shuru is an extravagant round of competitions where the Freshers are given an opportunity, encouraged to indulge themselves in various Clubs such as music, dance, theatre and what not.
All major Indian festivals are celebrated in the campus with complete enthusiasm and enjoyment. Lushing lunches are explicitly made in students' hostels to mark these festivities and to give the students a taste of the region's culinary traditions.
This is one of the festivals celebrated with complete enchantment and zeal. Marking the birth of Lord Krishna, a grand warrior, a hero, a dynamic teacher and philosopher. The celebrations start with the onset of the day and go on throughout, comprising bhajans, a dance profoundly known as Rashleela along with the most striking event of the evening - "the Matki breaking."
The nature of yoga is to shine the light of awareness into the darkest corners of the body, it's a journey of the self, to the self and through the self. Yoga sessions are conducted for the students here on a regular basis, honing their inner selves, to making them better, efficient individuals.
The college's campus is a dwelling and domicile one, where students create admirable and astounding memories that they cherish and reminisce a complete lifespan. Therefore we, here at SRM bly condemn any kind of ragging practices. A stable anti-ragging committee works tirelessly to take care of such mishaps and promptly adhere to them, accordingly.
'Matki' breaking ceremony was held which reminded the entire campus of the mischieves of Lord Krishna. Bhajans and songs made the evening unforgettable.
Beautiful it is; God's raw land; home, happiness, love, freedom; all hand in hand - a paradox; A place of morals in a time of Westernization. A land where humanity presents itself in its most dazzling way, with a creative burst of culture and religions, races and tongues. Feel, cherish, love, admire and adore - a perfect description of not just India but the mini-India on the grand campus of SRM as well. The wonderful spectacle of 'Unity in Diversity' can be well witnessed here in the campus.
Under this department we introduce not officials and committee members but people who act like a "Mother", a Mother knows about her child in the most perfect manner and has solutions to et al problems her beloved faces. The committee hears every grievance of a student and addresses them in no time.