Teaching Learning Process

The Teaching–Learning process of SRMU is students centric. For holistic development various methods of problem solving/participative learning/ experiential learning are followed to ensure that students are active learners rather than passive listeners in teaching – learning process. The teaching - learning process enables development of critical and creative thinking among students. There is healthy and interactive environment for engaging students.

Student centric methods used for enhancing learning experiences

The following methodologies are used to enhance learning experiences during Teaching- Learning process:

  • Sharing in advance (Lecture + Tutorial
  • Demonstration of Concepts
  • Topics for Self Study in Assignments
  • Class Room Discussion
  • Lab (Virtual + Hardware)
  • Industrial Visit/ Tours/ Field Trips/ Survey Camps
  • Selection, Preparation of Reports and Presentation
  • Screening of Film and Documentary
  • Interaction with Experts
  • Choice Based Credit System
  • Certifications
  • Preparing Research plans
  • Case Study/ Role Play


Holistic development of students

University gives emphasis on holistic development of students through co-curricular and extracurricular and beyond class room activities as integral part of learning process. University organize cultural, sports, technical, outreach, NSS & NCC activities and competitions. Various clubs are functional in the university for developing various skills and to promote student to pursue their interests in diverse fields.


Teachers use ICT enabled tools for effective teaching and learning process

The Application of ICT tools in the Teaching-Learning Process has changed the total scenario of teaching and learning. At SRMU, teachers practice blended learning. Now, Teaching–Learning Process is not limited within the boundaries of classrooms. Teachers are encouraged to use ICT enabled tools including online resources for effective teaching and learning . Teaching is conducted with the aid of multimedia facilities and the faculty judiciously uses these facilities for creating effective teaching & learning experiences.

Teachers are using Google Classroom which is a cloud-based learning management system that is a part of Google Apps for Education. Our indigenous learning management system my-Guruji has been developed and is operational from session 2020-21. Teachers share learning materials for downloading and viewing. Online assignments and assessments can be created to keep the track of students' progress. Teachers use Google Meet, ZOOM app, Webex etc. for hosting a webinars, conferences or virtual classroom . Teachers are also using WhatsApp for the dissemination of information to students. ERP Campus Solutions gives the university campus a digital overhaul with a state-of-the-art student management system.

The e-learning resources are handled by the University Library and e-content development cell. Libraries have digital databases, E-Books, and subscribe to online journals and periodicals which are listed below:

  • E-Journals- IEEE (ASPP Online), DELNET, LexisNexis, Manupatra, EBSCO
  • E-Shodsindhu- NDL, WEL Books, SAA (South Asian Archive)
  • Shodhganga Membership- MoU has been signed to upload Thesis
  • E-Books- WEL, SAA, DELNET
  • Databases- IEEE (ASPP Online), DELNET, MANUPATRA, LexisNexis, EBSCO, NPTEL