SRM University’s entrance exam SRMEEE 2009 results were announced yesterday, 14th May 2009 – right on schedule unlike VIT who released it before the scheduled date. To check out your SRM University SRMEEE 2009 results, click here.
The counselling schedule for SRM has also been announced. It is going to be held as follows:
|SRMEEE 2009: ADMISSION TO B.TECH PROGRAM|
To report at 9.00 a.m
To report at 2.00 p.m
|12.06.2009||Rank 1 to 750||Rank 751 to 1500|
|13.06.2009||Rank 1501 to 2500||Rank 2501 to 3500|
|14.06.2009||Rank 3501 to 4500||Rank 4501 to 5500|
|15.06.2009||Rank 5501 to 6500||Rank 6501 to 7500|
|16.06.2009||Rank 7501 to 8000||–|
Dr.T.P.Ganesan Auditorium, SRM University Campus, SRM Nagar, Kattankulathur – 603203
A lot of people have been asking me about the cutoff ranks for different courses at SRM. Frankly, I don’t know about this. As I mentioned previously, the interest for SRM – at least on this side of the Vindhyas – has picked up only after SRM got ranked as the best private university according to Times of India’s Education Times supplement. This resulted in a higher number of people giving the exam or even considering SRM as a viable alternative to join. So I can’t help out you guys as far as cutoffs for different streams is concerned.
Some others have been asking questions along the lines of “Which is better – VIT vs SRM vs Something Else?” To this, I would say that VIT is better known than SRM. I’m talking about across the country, and not just in southern India. As I keep repeating, choose for whichever university among the choices that you have which offers the course which you want. Everything else being equal – say, you’re getting the same course at VIT, SRM, and somewhere else, then I would suggest you to keep your order of preferences the same – VIT, then SRM, and then any other college (like KIIT, Amrita, or whatever). Tuition and hostel fees at SRM are also considerably higher than that of VIT, which might be a factor that you want to consider.