One of the Himalaya’s best-kept secrets, Sikkim prides itself on its pristine alpine forests, lofty snow-capped mountains, craggy landscapes dotted with quaint villages and rich cultural heritage and diversity. Plunging mountain valleys are lushly forested, interspersed with rice terraces and groves of flowering rhododendrons. Straddling the Sikkim–Nepal border is Mount Khangchendzonga (Kanchenjunga; 8598m), the world’s third-highest mountain. The mountain air is fresh and unpolluted. Best of all, the people are among India’s most friendly.
Sikkim Manipal University, the most preferred educational hub in the Northeastern region of the country, is nestled amidst this pristine environment.
Endowed with the richness of nature, the university provides a very congenial environment for academic pursuits. The modern lecture theatres on campus are equipped with audiovisual amenities, and the libraries have the latest books, journals, and e-journals. Computers, internet connectivity, interactive CDs support teaching, learning, and research activities by both students and faculty.
SMU provides in house accommodation for its faculty with uninterrupted power and water supply. Other amenities include a gymnasium, badminton, volleyball and basketball courts, and Wi-Fi Internet facilities.
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