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Sathyabama University is a private university in Chennai in Tamil Nadu, India. It was founded in 1987 by Jeppair as Sathyabama Engineering College. It was formerly known as the Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology (SIST). The university is headed by Ms. Remibai Jeppiaar. It is a minority Christian institution.

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Sathyabama University is a private university in Chennai in Tamil Nadu, India. It was founded in 1987 by Jeppair as Sathyabama Engineering College. It was formerly known as the Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology (SIST). The university is headed by Ms. Remibai Jeppiaar. It is a minority Christian institution.

The Department of Human Resource Development declared the college an "Recognized University" on July 16, 2001 under Section 3 of the UGC Act and a "University" on September 13, 2006

The university has a central library with books and magazines. It also has an e-library. The university's central library also has a number of conference rooms, a WLAN zone and a placement booth. The university has medical rooms. The Sathyabama General Hospital and Dental College is also located on campus. Sathyabama University has a reverse osmosis system for water supply. It has around 125 classrooms with separate blocks for laboratories and departments. The university has drawing rooms, conference rooms and auditoriums for both AC and non-AC power. It has a MAC media lab in the information technology department that only stores MAC computers. There is a large guest house on campus for special visitors. A bank, an ATM and a post office are also available.

Research Center

The university campus has more than 15 centers, Center for Nanosciences and Nanotechnology, Center for Bioresource Research and Development (C-BIRD), Center for Ocean Research, Center for Remote Sensing and Geoinformatics, Center for Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Center for Studies on Climate Change, Water Research Center, Laboratory Animal Research Center, Advanced Electronic Test Technology Center, Waste Management Center, IBM Competence Center, Village Resource Center, Space Technology Center, etc.

Co-curricular activity

Sathyabama University offers visits to companies. Some of the activities such as Industry Visit, Inplant Training, Advisory Office for Higher Studies, Entrepreneur Development Cell, Guest Lectures, Foreign Language Class.

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Most students dream of getting admission to good engineering schools like IITs, NITs, IIITs, etc. just to have some privileges and a reputation that is of no use. Many other private colleges also offer quality education, but their explosive fees cannot be paid for by all. So it's better to do good research on colleges and see how your parents are making money as well. If both of these conditions are met, believe me, college will be your best college.

You can evaluate the colleges based on the following parameters.
1. Quality of teachers
2. Quality of the students
3. Quality of the training infrastructure (laboratories, buildings, hostels)
4. Research opportunities
5. Campus internships (roles offered, no remuneration)
6. Degree of interaction with foreign universities and colleges.
7. Number of streams offered.
IIT`s, NIT`s, IIIT`s, IISc, IIST (Thiruvananthapuram) etc. are some of the best universities that offer engineering.
Since joining these institutes is extremely difficult, you can also try some regional colleges that are equally good
for e.g. PSG in Coimbatore
VJTI in Mumbai etc.

Among the state universities, IIT Mumbai is the best in India and among the private universities it is BITS Pilani. If you are considering the best in the world, MIT is it.

The IIT is undoubtedly a central institution, it is a highly regarded college in India. To be a part of this institution, it is best… .These colleges are where the overall development is best….

Though all colleges are great ... but if you really want to do engineering it is best to be a part of iit

There are some private universities that are very good. They offer good infrastructure, faculty and internships. You should choose a college that gives you the opportunity to work on live projects and gives you good visibility. You can browse some websites and check their details like Lovely Professional University, Manipal University, Nirma University, etc.

First of all, I advise you not to spend more time choosing just one institution or figuring out which is the best. Rather, take an admission that you find better and focus on your studies to do well with the course you are taking.

As a rule, I do not advise on collages / institutions, but give me the details of your options, I will try to express my opinion.

Good luck.

For engineer IIT, NIT and IIIT COLLEGE are best. And if you want to take inclusion in RTU, Kota RTU, MBM Jodhpur, Jecrc, Sketch, Git and Poornima are good college.


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