|Motto||India's advanced teaching and learning centre for Syriac language and heritage|
|Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala|
|President||Thomas Mar Koorilos, Archbishop of Tiruvalla.|
|Director||Dr. Jacob Thekeparampil., Kottayam.|
Baker Hill, Kottayam,
|Language||Syriac, English, French, German, Italian, Armenian, Greek, Coptic, Ge’ez, Latin|
|Affiliations||Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala|
Named after the Orthodox saint, Ephrem the Syrian, SEERI was inaugurated on 14 September 1985 by Marthoma Mathews I, Catholicos of the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church. It works in collaboration with various churches that share the Syriac patrimony to foster ecumenism and deepen the mutual understanding of these churches in the study and search of their common heritage. It is sponsored and supported by the Archeparchy of Tiruvalla of the Syro-Malankara Catholic Church.
SEERI was developed to be a place for the advanced teaching and learning of the Syriac language and heritage in India, as well as making available manuscripts, documents, and source books necessary for such study and research.
Director is Jacob Thekkeparambil
Rev. Dr. Jacob Thekeparampil (Director)
Rev. Fr. John Kannanthanam
Rev. Dr. Johns Abraham Konat
Dr. Kuriakose Valavanolickal
Rev. Fr. Kuriakose Moolayil Corepiscopa
Rev. Fr. Mathew Kuttiani
Rev. Fr. Raju Parakkott (Asst. Director)
Rev. Dr. Sebastian Naduthadom
Rev. Dr. Stephen Plathottathil OIC
Rev. Dr. Thomas Koonammakkal (Dean of Studies)
Rev. Fr. Varghese Varghese, Kaloor
The HARP: (English Periodical) A review of Syriac, Ecumenical and Oriental Studies. Contains articles of renowned writers from all over the world.
MŌRĀN ETH'Ō:(Monograph - occasional English Publication).
S.C.C: (SEERI Correspondence Course in English on Syrian Christian heritage. Complete set includes 12 books. The course is to be completed in two years. 9 books have already been published).
Blue Series: German translations of Syriac Liturgical text.
AWSĀR SLAWŌTâ€™O (Translations from Syriac to English)