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Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology

Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology Hyderabad
SNIST
This is a Logo of Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology, Ghatkesar, Hyderabad
Motto Because Life is all about taking the Right Decisions
Established 1997
Type Education and research institution
Director Dr. P.Narasimha Reddy
Location Hyderabad, Telangana, India
Campus Suburban, 33 acres (130,000 m2) of land
Website www.sreenidhi.edu.in snistalumni.in

The Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology (or SNIST) is a technical institute located in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. It was affiliated to the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad (JNTUH) till 2009, From 2010 the institution attained autonomous status and it is the first college under JNTUH[1] to get that status.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Campus and location 2
  • Courses 3
  • Admissions 4
  • Placements 5
  • Memoranda of Understanding with foreign universities 6
  • Test Centre 7
  • TEQIP scheme 8
  • Student activities 9
  • Awards 10
  • References 11
  • External links 12

History

SNIST was established in 1997 with the approval of All India Council for Technical Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh, and is affiliated to Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad. SNIST is sponsored by the Sree Education Society of the Sree Group of Industries.

It runs undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and is engaged in research activity leading to Ph.D. Sreenidhi is recognized by the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research as a scientific and industrial research organization.

The institution was accredited by NBA of AICTE within 5 years of its existence. It has received world bank assistance under TEQIP.

Campus and location

The SNIST campus covers 33 acres (130,000 m2).It is located in Yanampet of Ghatkesar Mandal in Rangareddy district of Telangana, India.

Courses

The institute offers engineering degree programs with the approval of the government of India, government of Andhra Pradesh and with affiliation to Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad. Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology in New York, USA has entered into a collaboration agreement with SNIST to offer its BS degrees programs at SNIST campus from 2007.

Programs offered are: Undergraduate courses

Vaughn-SNIST collaboration programs

Postgraduate programs

Admissions

Students are admitted into the seven branches of engineering under the following categories.

  • Foreign students (supernumerary)
  • NRI/others
  • EAMCET category
  • ECET category for Diploma Holders

The government of Andhra Pradesh allows admission of diploma holders into 2nd year under "lateral entry scheme" to the extent of 20% of intake to each of the branches on a supernumerary basis.

Placements

The number of students getting placed into, predominantly, Indian IT majors in 2008 (2004-2008 batch) was 319. The number of students placed in companies each academic year is given in the following link: http://www.sreenidhi.edu.in/CampusPlacement.aspx

Memoranda of Understanding with foreign universities

SNIST has MoU agreements with the following:

Test Centre

Sreenidhi has established a Technology Development and Test Centre in cooperation with industry, to test high pressure valves used in underground mines, with approval from Director General of Mines, Safety.

TEQIP scheme

Sreenidhi is one amongst the twelve technical institutions in Andhra Pradesh to receive the World Bank assistance under TEQIP scheme. The college is rated as No.30 in India among self-financing engineering institutes. [1]

Student activities

There are various Student clubs in Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology.

Clubs include:

1. IEEE Student's chapter

2. ISTE Student's chapter

3. The Robotics Club

4. Nidhi Quiz Club

5. Emerging Computers Arena

6. STED Student's chapter

7. Arts Club

8. The Electronix club

9. Vox Populi

10. Streetcause

11. Bachpan Bachao

12. SAE Club

13. Sports Club

14. Akshara

15. Innovation and Creativity club

Fests include:

1. Sreevision organized by ISTE Students Chapter.

2. Adastra organized by IEEE Students Chapter.

3. Roboveda'14 (August 15–17, 2014) organized by The Robotics Club. www.roboveda.org

4. Spardhaa organized by Nidhi Quiz Club

5. Innovision organized by Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) of college.

6. Udaan organized by The Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology.

7. Odyssey organized by Vox populi Club.

8. Sa-re-ga-ma by The Arts Club

9. Naach by The Arts Club

10. ECLAT organized by PGSTG Club 11.walk by bachpan bachao

ISTE Student's Chapter organizes the national level Technical-Sports-Cultural consortium, an 8 day event. SREEVISION'11 featured singers like Hema Chandra, Bhargavi Pillai and Director Teja. CTS, Infosys, Wipro, and Tata have been sponsors of SREEVISION.

SNIST organized the first technical festival exclusively for robotics (Roboveda) in 2007. It was organized under the Robotics Club of the college (TRC-SNIST), which was sponsored by ISRO and other organizations like GMR and Electronics 4u.

The Arts club organised a cultural event Sprihaa in 2007. The crowd saw a performance of Bombay Wikings. Hyderabadis favorite RJ Adonica was a special guest.

Electronix club was launched in 2008 to creates awareness of developments in electronics. Unlike other clubs, Electronix club does not organise any fest. Events conducted by the club include circuit building, explora and electronic software analysis programmes. The club concentrates on microcontroller based projects. Club projects include autonomous robots, avionics lab equipment, and attendance marker.

The National Students Union of India exists in SNIST with more than 300 members registered.

Awards

The institute is the recipient of the National Award for Best HRD Practices by Indian Society for Training and Development, New Delhi.

References

  1. ^ http://www.jntu.ac.in/new/

External links

  • Official website
  • Alumni website
  • Vaughn College
  • TRC-SNIST
  • Spardhaa
  • Roboveda
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