"I come from the North-Eastern state of India, Manipur. But, I must say that I felt at home throughout my stay at ASU during my first year while doing MJMC with SJMC. I'm so pleased that they have arranged my internship in Imphal at my request as I must spend some time with my family."Worchui Mungvah, India
(Master of Journalism & Mass Communication)
"What a learning curve for me this year! I came from my home town, Nainital in Uttarakhand, to join SJMC in Gurgaon. Now, I'm excited to start my internship with the All India Radio in Mumbai. Thanks, SJMC."
Vinayak Shah, India
(Master of Journalism & Mass Communication)
"At the SJMC, ASU, we have our own newspaper, ASU Express; a dedicated TV studio; an online radio station, Styavani; a TV Channel on YouTube and a very strong presence on Facebook & Twitter. This is how we learn our basics in journalism and mass communication."Namit Joshi, India
(Bachelor of Journalism & Mass Communication)
"I am a student who is interested in taking up a variety of university courses across different domains and therefore, ASU's liberal arts approach is an ideal fit for me."
Regesh Gurung, Bhutan
(B.Tech-Civil)"The University is the first liberal arts & meta university of India. It has a healthy & friendly environment for the holistic development of an individual."
Shibaji Biswas, Bangladesh
(B.Tech-EEE)"The University is committed to freedom of speech & promoting talent, great college, phenomenal teachers & state-of-the-art labs."
Chetan Anand Thakur, Nepal
(B.Tech-CSE)"I am overwhelmed to be a part of this university. I like the inter-disciplinary approach of the university which gives me a chance to explore through a variety of options."
Ananya Saha, Bangladesh
(B.Tech-CSE)"I am very happy to be a part of this university. I am experimenting with my choices & have opted for some liberal arts subjects which fascinate me. I am going to make my parents proud by pursuing my degree.”
Kona Biswas, Bangladesh
(B.Tech-EEE)"Wow! This is a true tradition whereby you can learn through experimentation. I feel content every single minute that I have learned something & my hard work is not going to go in vain."
Kinley Nima, Bhutan
(B.Tech-Civil)"One of the best things in ASU that I liked is the liberal arts approach. It allows me to choose different sub courses apart from my own main courses, thus enhancing my skill not only in the field I choose but in various other fields as well."
Himal Chhetri, Bhutan
(B.Tech-Civil Engineering)“I chose ASU because I wanted to choose what I want to do and how I want to do, because in the real world, there is no space for herds of sheep but for unique people who are all-rounders.”
(B.Tech-Biosciences)“My University has taught me the ‘out-of-box’ thought process and has helped me to outperform other engineers with the Liberal Arts Approach. The hostels are pretty decent, have a serene, ‘close to nature’ environment and a plethora of facilities including 24*7 WiFi facility, gymnasium, library, etc.”Rohan Thapar, India
(B.Tech-Mechanical)“This University has a research-oriented approach to academics, right from the first year of the under-graduate level programmes.”
Keshri Nandan, India
(B.Tech-Biosciences)“In this University, we are exposed to an inter-disciplinary interface which is beneficial for our holistic development.”
Sushmita Sinha, India
(B.Tech-Biosciences)“We have a unique academic system & flexible scheduling. We can graduate with a degree of our choice and at our own pace.”
Saurabh Deoli, India
(B.Tech-Biosciences)“ASU follows a unique credit system and innovative teaching methodology to deliver highest quality of education to its students.”
Eshita Tiwarim, India
(Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication)“The most exciting aspect of ASU is its Liberal Arts Approach to education which gives me the freedom and flexibility to pursue a discipline of my choice.”
Priyanka Mukherji, India
(Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication)“The best aspect about our classroom lectures is the level at which we engage with our lecturers and classmates. Each class ends up being a real brainstorming session.”
Aashima Narang, India
“ASU is quite keen on developing the inner confidence and personality of each student in the University. We are allowed a lot of global exposure and our overall academic performance is closely monitored.”
Isha Rishi, India
(B.Tech- Electronics & Communications)"The college campus, overlooking the green pastures, has been very aesthetically designed. The building architecture gives a very splendid feeling.”
Abhay Agarwal, India
India's 1st Industry-Centric Liberal Arts University focused on Research and Technology Innovation.