Amaravati: SRM University-AP has been creating marvels since its inception in 2017 in order to reach its goal of becoming a multidisciplinary research institute of international repute. SRMAP thrives on bringing quality education within reach of our students to lessen the dependability on international institutions for quality education and research. SRMAP believes that our meritorious students can do wonders if they are given proper support and guidance. The University is already known for its modernised and innovative curriculum, state-of-the-art infrastructure and research opportunities.
Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, acknowledged the efforts of SRM University-AP and extended his full cooperation and support in the development and future plans of SRM University-AP. During a meeting with Dr TR Parivender, the Founding Chancellor of SRM University-AP and MP, Perambalur Constituency, Tamil Nadu; Dr P. Sathyanarayanan, President of the University; Dr VS Rao, Vice-Chancellor; Dr D. Narayana Rao, Pro-Vice-Chancellor; and Dr D. Gunasekharan, Registrar at the camp office, on Thursday evening, CM Reddy affirmed his stand on the expansion of the Education sector. He said that his government attaches great importance to the advancement of the education sector and is ready to provide full support to higher educational institutions.
Dr Parivender, the Founder Chancellor of the University, invited the Chief Minister to visit the campus of SRMAP to inaugurate the newly built complex of research laboratories and auditorium of international standards on the university campus. He further requested the CM to help in the creation of roads and other infrastructure required for the development of the University. CM Jagan Reddy has assured that the growth of education sector is one of the top priority works for his government. The Chief Minister mentioned the request to Mr Dhanunjaya Reddy, Chief Secretary to the CM, for improving the road connectivity to the University and facilitate other infrastructure development aspects, as requested by the University.