Featured Academic Programs


Faculty of Management Studies

The Faculty of Management Studies at Sri Sri University, nurtures dynamic business managers capable of changing the world of business, while assuming social responsibility.

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Faculty of Yoga

The Faculty of Yoga is dedicated to the education, preservation and application of the sublime teachings of Yoga, making the study of yoga and yogic practices highly experiential and scientific, thus lending itself to intellectual growth & personal...

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Faculty of Good Governance and Public Policy

This program will enable students to address contemporary political, economic and social issues in a coherent and comprehensive manner, with particular reference to Indian issues.

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Faculty of Performing Arts

The Bachelor’s Degree in Performing Arts (Odissi) is a three-year comprehensive program that aims to nurture excellence in the dance form while nurturing the human and spiritual values its upholds.

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Faculty of Research and Doctoral Studies

The Doctoral Programs aims to invite the candidates, who have a strong academic background, are highly motivated and who have the intellectual curiosity...

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Bachelor in Business Administration

The BBA degree is designed to offer a broad knowledge of the functional areas of management education. It also develops the student’s practical managerial skills...

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Upcoming Programs

PGDM - Financial Markets

The Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Financial Markets) is a 1 year programme designed jointly by NSE and Sri Sri University with the objective of developing professionals capable of occupying positions of responsibility in stock...

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Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)

The Bachelor of Commerce degree inculcates the skills and knowledge to pursue a career in business, broadly in the fields of accounting, finance, human resources, statistics, marketing...

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Bachelor of Architecture (B. Arch)

The graduate program provides training in the planning, designing and construction of buildings, keeping in mind sociological, economic, cultural and environmental conditions and needs of the 21st century.

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Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)

The Bachelor of Fine Arts program is a specialized three-year degree program for those who wish to build a professional career in art. The program also equips students for specialized post-graduate study.

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Masters in Osteopathy and Craniosacral Therapy

The Masters program in Osteopathy and Craniosacral therapy trains medical practitioners in the practice of Osteopathy, a non-invasive, drug-free form of medicine for holistic health by balancing the...

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Bachelor of Education (B.Ed)

The program is ideal for those who wish to take up careers in teaching and related professions. The B.Ed program inculcates subject knowledge, pedagogical knowledge, human development and communication skills. The program has been designed...

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Interesting read from Sri Sri University


Secrets to a successful corporate career

According to Mr.Satya Narayan Bansal, CEO,Barclays Wealth and Investment Management, India, the key to success is to give yourself no other choice. Satya learnt that there are two things required to be really successful in a corporate career: attitude and ownership. Attitude: In corporate life, candidates are often selected based on attitude and not aptitude. It’s difficult to judge your attitude in the...

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Go, go back and teach values to others also

Harish and Niharika share their story of how the ethics and values they imbibed in the university were put to test aboard the East Coast Express last month. Niharika and I had left for Kakinada a day before our trip to Bangalore for Shivaratri. It was a sudden trip so we didn’t have confirmed tickets.Before boarding the train, Niharika had spoken to the TC asking if he could give us confirmed tickets without charging...

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A Brief Advocacy for Moral Education

Moral education teaches us to judge less and believe more, discriminate less and integrate more, condemn less and eulogize more, criticize less and pamper more. Usual human tendency is to label, describe, define, interpret and translate with as much distortion on way to suit personal agenda as possible. Moral validation is the only way to make mid-course corrections to align reality with truth. Truth does not demand...

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