At SRM, the I year MBA students undertake mini projects in subjects like Production, Systems, Research, and Finance to get an understanding of the practical implications of the subjects.
The final year students are required to undertake industry projects after completing their end-term exams, for a period of 12 weeks. Students also go for Industry visits at the end of the program and take up mini-project spanning 2 weeks before starting their industry projects.
SRM Association of Management Students: SAMS is a body for encouraging student activities and helping the students to develop into budding professionals.
The Clubs are:
Marketing, Finance, Systems, Human Resource and Entrepreneurs Club, Business Line Club and Economic Times Club.
The SRM School of Management has been conducting "TQM Celebrations" - a week long industry-interaction program for students - for the past three consecutive years. The objective of the program is to share the knowledge of best TQM practices from across the manufacturing industries with students. The core activities of the program are: to build effective quality circle presentation and to share insights on the various problem-solving techniques adopted in the industry. The program floats in collaboration with industry. Following are the industry collaborations through the three years:
2006: IP Rings Limited.
2007: Stanadyne Amalgamations Limited.
2008: Tyco Valves Limited.
A Workshop on Green Consumerism was organized by the school in collaboration with the Department of Chemistry for the students. The objective of the program was to enable students to understand the Green Practices and their benefits and challenges facing them.
Apart from imparting conceptual knowledge, we take a lot of care to develop various skills, for personal grooming of the students.