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Sri Ramachandra University

Sri Ramachandra University

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1, Mount Poonamallee Rd, Ramachandra Nagar, Porur, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600116
City: Chennai
State: Tamil Nadu
Contact No: 044-24768027, 31-33
Email: vc@sriramachandra.edu.in / registrar@sriramachandra.edu.in
Established: 1995

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About Sri Ramachandra University

Sri Ramachandra University is one of the leading Universities of India. It is also one of the largest Healthcare Educational Institution in Asia. Sri Ramachandra University was established in the year 1985 as part of the Sri Ramachandra Education & Health Trust under the leadership of Shri N.P.V. Ramasamy Udayar. Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute was established as a private not for-profit self-financing Institution. In view of its academic excellence, the Government of India declared Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute as a Deemed University in September, 1994 under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956. As notified by the UGC, the nomenclature of the institution has been changed to Sri Ramachandra University in 2006. The University, now consists of Sri Ramachandra Medical College & RI and 7 other Faculty with over 60 Departments offers about 100 Courses. The University offers 71 Medical and allied courses at postgraduate level for qualified graduates and 9 courses at the undergraduate level for +2 (12th grade) students in medical, dental, Para-medical and allied health sciences disciplines through it's constituent College/Faculty located within the campus. The University is spread over an area of 150 acres. The emblem of the University has 4 salient images depicted in it: The Red Triangle with its apex pointing up, the bow, the arrow and the entwined snakes. The Triangle with the arrow underscores the Mission of the University: viz, to merge the three enduring objectives – Education, Healthcare and Research – represented by its three sides into a harmonized whole and hold it launched boldly up into the future. The arrow in addition, stands for the wand of Hermes (or the staff of Asclepius) and with the two entwined snakes represents the Caduceus, which has been traditionally used as the symbol of the medical profession. Uniquely, the bow here adds dynamism and a further dimension to the theme as it holds the arrow poised with its focus into posterity.

Information compiled from:Sri Ramachandra University, Chennai- Website

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