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Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh
Visakhapatnam (District Visakhapatnam)
Andhra Pradesh, India
Pin Code : 530003
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Andhra University, Visakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh is a University recognised by UGC. Status: State University.

Andhra University, Visakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh was established on / in 1926.

Andhra University, Visakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh is situated in Visakhapatnam of Andhra Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Visakhapatnam comes under Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair) Tehsil, Visakhapatnam District.

Fax # of Andhra University, Visakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh is +91-891-2555547, 2755324.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Andhra University, Visakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh are +91-98667-76558.

Website of Andhra University, Visakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh is www.andhrauniversity.info.

Additional Information about Andhra University, Visakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh is : AU College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam
Runs follwing courses:
Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmceutical Bio-Technology
Pharm Analysis & Quality Assurance
Pharmacognosy & Phyto Chemistry
Pharmaceutical Chemistry

AU College of Engineering, Andhra University, Waltair, Visakhapatnam.
runs follwing courses:
Chemical Engg. (A-18,B-2,C-5)
Mineral Process Engg. (A-13,C-5)
Industrial Pollution Control Engg.(B-13,C-5)
Computer Aided Chem. Engg. (B-13,C-5)
Bio-Technology (A-5,B-8,C-5)
Structural Engg. (A-8,B-5,C-5)
Environmental Engg. & Mgt.(A-8,B-5,C-5)
Hydraulics, Coastal & Harbor Engg.
Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engg.
Structural Engg. & Natural Disaster
Power Sys. & Automation (A-10,B-3,C-5)
Control Systems (A-10,B-3,C-5)
Industrial Engg. (A-13,C-5)
Machine Design (A-8,B-5,C-5)
Heat Transfer in Energy system
Geo-Engineering (A-4,B-3,C-5)
Remote Sensing (A-10,B-3,C-5)
Marine Engg & Machaical Handling
Radar & Microwave Engg. (A-13,C-5)
Electronic Instrumentation(A-12,B-1,C-5)
Bio-Medical Engg. (B-13,C-5)
Industrial Process Instrumentation(B-13,C-5)
Industrial Matallurgy (B-20,C-5)
Comp. Science & Tech., (A-26,C-4)
CST with AI & Robotics (B-13,C-5)
CST with Computer Networks (B-13,C-5)
CST wth Bio-Informatics (B-13,C-5)
Information Tech., (A-13,C-5)
Nanotechnology (B-13,C-5)

Deptt. of Pharm.Sciences College of Engineering
Andhra University,  VISAKHAPATNAM - 530 003

Vice Chancellor : Prof B Satyanarayana, Telephone: +91-891-2844222.

Registrar : Prof P Prasad Reddy, Telephone: +91-891- 2844444.

Contact Details of Andhra University, Visakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh are : Ph: 0891-2555547, 2844000, 2795272, 2709495

Department of Law, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar College of Law 0891-2844777


* Faculty of Law
* Faculty of Engineering
* Faculty of Arts
* Faculty of Commerce
* Faculty of Science
* Faculty of Fine Arts
* Faculty of Oriental Learning
* Faculty of Yoga
* Faculty of Education
* Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
* Faculty of Chemical Engineering
* Faculty of Physical Education

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Profile of Andhra University

Our Vision
To Create New Frontiers of Knowledge in Quest for Development of a Humane and Just society.

Our Mission
Leverage global knowledge networks to help India and International Community in developing human resources capable of leading creative developments by upholding intellectual traditions and human values.

Our Objectives
To impart globally focused education to all sections of the Society.
To Create world class Professionals
To establish synergic relationships with industry and society
To develop state of art infrastructure and well endowed faculty
To impart knowledge through team work and incessant efforts
To uphold Indian intellectual traditions and human values.

Andhra University is not just one of the oldest educational institutions in the country, but is also the first to be conceived as a residential and teaching-cum-affiliating University, mainly devoted to post-graduate teaching and research. The people of the State have an emotional attachment to the institution, since it came into being after a prolonged and collective struggle of the Telugu elite for a University in the educationally backward northern Circars and Ceded districts of the erstwhile Madras Presidency.

Andhra University was constituted by the Madras Act of 1926. The 82-year-old institution is fortunate to have Sir C.R. Reddy as its founder Vice-Chancellor, as the steps taken by this visionary proved to be fruitful in the long run. Former President of India Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was one of its Vice-Chancellors who succeed Dr. C. R. Reddy in 1931. The University College of Arts was inaugurated on 1 st July, 1931. The inaugural courses were Telugu language and literature, History, Economics and Politics. A year later, the College of Science and Technology came into being with Honours courses in Physics and Chemistry. The University pioneered in introducing many new courses in Science, Arts, Management and Engineering in the country. The leaders of the university always believed that excellence in higher education is the best investment for the country and engaged the services of famous educationists such as Dr. T.R. Seshadri, Dr. S. Bhagavantham, Professor Hiren Mukherjee, Professor Humayan Kabir and Dr. V.K.R.V. Rao, to mention a few who set high standards for teaching and research. Nobel Lariat C V Raman was the proud alumnus of the University and closely associated in laying research foundations in Physics. Padmavibhushan Prof. C R Rao, the renowned statistician of the world, was also the proud alumnus of the University.

Keeping in pace with the global needs and challenges under the leadership and guidance of successive Vice-chancellors, the University is offering several new Courses of relevance and Contemporary significance. Ever since its inception in 1926 Andhra University has an impeccable record of catering to the educational needs and solving the sociological problems of the region. The University is relentless in its efforts in maintaining standards in teaching and research, ensuring proper character building and development among the students, encouraging community developmental programmes, nurturing leadership in young men and women and imbibing a sense of responsibility to become good citizens, while striving for excellence in all fronts. As a sequel to this, the University has always subjected itself for continuous self-evaluation for maintaining standards and to reach set targets. Further, to assure quality in Higher Education the University has gone through the process of assessment and accreditation by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in April 2002. The Peer Committee has analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of the institution and has assessed the University with 'A' grade awarding it with the best percentage among the State Universities of Andhra Pradesh. The University designed and implemented Quality Management System successfully and became the first general University in the country to get ISO 9001: 2000 Certification in 2006.

The University Presently is Offering 313 Courses in Arts, Commerce, Management, Science & Technology, Engineering, Law, Pharmacy and Education. The University has five constituent colleges and four AU Campuses. The Colleges of Arts and Commerce is the biggest constituent college in the University with 26 Departments offering 42 courses including four Diploma Courses. The College of Science and Technology has 21 Departments, which offers 63 Courses including one PG Diploma. The College of Engineering has 15 Departments offering Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Research Programmes. The College of Law has been identified as an advanced Center in Law by UGC. The college of Pharmaceutical Sciences is first of its kind in South India, which is offering one UG Programme and six PG Programmes, besides Research Programmes leading to Ph.D. Degree. The AU campus at Kakinada (East Godavari District) has five Departments and the AU Campus at Etcherla (Srikakulam Dist) has Eleven Departments. The AU Campus at Tadepalli Gudem has four departments and AU Campus at Vizianagaram has five Departments. The University is spread in a sprawling campus of 422 acres dotted with 121 buildings of Academic, Administrative and support services with a plinth area of about 20 lakhs sq.ft., and 324 staff quarters. Presently the University catering the Educational needs of five green districts of Andhra Pradesh namely Visakhapatnam, East Godavari, West Godavari, Vizinagaram and Srikakulam. The University campus is having 23 hostels for men which can accommodate more than 3200 students and 10 hostels exclusively for women with a capacity of more than 2000 seats. Two Hostels are specially constructed for foreign students. The University has also two Residential Health Centres one at south campus and the other at north campus and a homoeo Dispensary. The University has four Guest Houses, Central Canteen and four canteens at various locations, Press and Publication division, Women Waiting Halls, Faculty Club and Schools for Employees Children.

The University is also having student services and welfare centres in the campus like post and Telegraph office, Banking facilities, University employment and Guidance bureau, training and placement centre and a sports complex including a Gymnasium Hall. The other infrastructural facilities available in the University include Academic Staff College, Computer Centre and Press & Publications division. The University is also having 25 Research centers/institution in the campus like Agro- Economic research Centre, Centre for Religious studies, Centre for Women s Studies, Delta studies Institute , Institute of public sector management, Institute for yoga and Consciousness and population Research Centre, OASTC, Bay of Bengal, etc. The University has started school of Distance Education in the campus in 1972. It offers Courses ranging from Certificate Courses to Post Graduate and Professional Courses. The School of Distance Education presently offering 4 UG Programs, 18 PG Programs, 5 Certification Courses, 9 PG Diploma Courses, 15 Professional Courses and 7 Collaborative Courses through Distance Education Mode. The School has 35 study centres across the State. The enrolment in UG, PG, and Professional Programmes in the School of Distance Education is about 80,000 students. The School has 23 permanent faculty. It is Equipped with the latest infrastructure.

The University has well experienced and export faculty known world wide for their research contributions. There are 354 Professors, 198 Associate. Professors and 115 Asst. Professors serving the University. Organization of International and National events is a regular feature of the University. There are more than 2500 support staff working in the University. The alumni of the University occupy important positions in government administration, Industry and research organizations with in and out side the country. The Government of Andhra Pradesh has appointed the professors of the University as chairman and vice-chairman of the APSCHE and presently ten Universities had Vice-chancellors from Andhra University. The University has recently organized the 95 th session of the Indian Science Congress, from 3 rd to 7 th January, 2008. The Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh has inaugurated the Congress and in his address he refered to the University as a Magnificient University and has all appreciation for the way the mega event was organized.

There are 636 affiliated colleges spread across five districts under the territorial jurisdiction of Andhra University. The enrolment in Affiliated Colleges is more than 1.5 Lakhs.

Andhra University was established in the year 1925 by the Madras Legislative Act, 1926. It was founded by Sir CR Reddy. Former President of India Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was one of the Vice-Chancellors who succeeded Dr. Reddy in 1931. The inaugural courses were Telugu language and literature, History, Economics and Politics. In the course of time, the university added battery of courses to its kitty. Andhra University is one of the most prestigious educational institutions in the country devoted to post-graduate teaching and research. The educational jurisdiction of the University spreads across five districts of Andhra Pradesh namely Visakhapatnam, East Godavari, West Godavari, Vizinagaram and Srikakulam. University of Andhra has been recognized by University Grants Commission (UGC) and is also an active member of the Association of Indian universities (AIU). It has also been awarded with an ISO 9001-2000 Certificate.

Educational Streams
University of Andhra has pioneered in the field of education by introducing career-oriented courses as per the need of the society. The University offers a wide range of academic programs with a unique blend of the conventional and career oriented courses like Nuclear Physics, Instrumentation Engineering, Marine Engineering and Naval Architecture. Courses of contemporary relevance like Tourism Management, Journalism, Human Resource Management, International Business etc are also offered by the University. In order to protect and promote the traditional Indian culture, the university has patronized courses in Music, Fine arts, Acting and Play Direction. Andhra University School of Distance Education (AU SDE) promotes courses and programmes in distance learning.

Andhra Universityoffers severalhostels for student accommodation within the University campus. Other amenities include post and Telegraph office, Banking facilities, University employment and Guidance bureau, training and placement centre and a sports complex attached to a Gymnasium Hall. Teacher staff quarters and University Press room established in the University campus are added advantages.

About University
Andhra University was established in Andhra Pradesh in the year 1926. The University has more than 100 buildings in sylvan surrounding of Kailasa Hill. The Bay of Bengal is towards its front. At present the university is providing higher education mainly to students of 5 districts- Visakhapatnam, East Godavari, West Godavari, Vizianagaram and Srikakulam. The University has 5 constituent colleges and 4 AU (Andhra University) campuses. The College of Arts and Commerce is the biggest constituent college in the University with 28 Departments offering 55 courses including 25 Diploma courses.

The University has 19 hostels for men with capacity of more than 3200 seats, and 4 hostels for women to accommodate more than 1100 candidates. Residential accommodation of 340 units of staff quarters is available in the University campus. The University is also having 2 Health Centres one at South Campus and the other at North Campus and a homoeo dispensary and three guesthouses, Faculty Club, Open Air Theatre and a Campus School for University Staff Children and indoor and outdoor Sports Facilities. The University is also having Student Services and Welfare Centers in the campus. The other infrastructural facilities available in the University include Academic Staff College, Computer Centre, Press & Publications Division Central Workshop and Photographic Division. The University is has 13 service centers/institutions in the campus like Agro-Economics Research Centre, Centre for Computer Aided Design, Centre for Technology Forecasting, Centre for Nuclear Techniques, Centre for Religious Studies, Centre for Systems Dynamics & Condition Monitoring and Diagnostic Studies, Centre for SAARC Studies, Centre for Women's Studies, Delta Studies Institute, Institute of Public Sector Management, Institute of Transport Management, Institute for Yoga and Consciousness and Population Research Centre.

Presently, the Andhra University has 575 affiliated colleges to its credit. These colleges are spread across the 5 districts over which the university has jurisdiction. In 1972 the University started Distance Education program in the following streams -
B.A., B.Com., B.Sc. (MPC, MPCS and MSCS), M.A. English, Hindi, Telugu, Economics, History, Politics & Public Administration, Sociology, Philosophy and Mathematics, M.Com, M.Ed., B.Ed., and eight P.G. Diploma Courses through Distance Education Mode. The School of Distance Education has 37 study centers across the state and a study center at Sri Venkateswara College Delhi. The enrolment in UG and PG Programmes in the School of Distance Education is about 97,000 students.
The Andhra University has following central facilities-

* Library
* Academic Staff College
* Cyber Law
* Press and Publications
* Training & Placement
* Employment & Guidance Bureau
* Horticulture
* Health Services
* Faculty Club
* Sports

The Andhra University has campuses at Kakinada, Etcherela, Viziangaram, and Tadepalligudem.
* AU Campus, Kakinada
* AU Campus, Etcherela
* AU Campus, Viziangaram
* AU Campus, Tadepalligudem


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AU turns into a mini India

Four hundred students from East, West, North, North-East and South are meeting here to get exposed to diverse cultural backgrounds. The NSS mega summer camp being conducted at Andhra University for students from 29 States, gives them great scope to get acquainted with various lifestyles, languages and learn from each other. AU is hosting the camp for the first time.

The students are excited about the entire programme with majority of them attending for the first time. Arpita Bose from West Bengal claims that its an opportunity to meet people at one stop with diverse cultural backgrounds. A place to learn new aspects and to explore South Indian cuisine, said Alok Mohanty from Odisha. We get to meet many people, understand their lifestyle, learn how to accommodate with each other and improve our skill set. Adjustment is the keyword here and is rewarding too, explained Arunima Susan Oommen from Kerala. While many were enthusiastic about their stay, some were annoyed with water scarcity, humid climate, power failures and schedules not getting concluded on time. There is no proper water supply here and I havent taken my bath for the day, cribbed Pranab Kumar Nath from Assam. Naveen Sundi from Jharkhand finds it tough to follow English sessions as he belongs to Hindi medium but is positive about the constraint. Without struggle there is no success, he added. Apart from yoga, meditation and physical exercise classes, the mega camp rolls out a list of sessions in developing interpersonal skill, communication skill, employable skill and entrepreneurship skill, time, stress and disaster management and cultural programmes. The programme also conducts a five-day educational excursion to Araku Valley, Borra caves, Rushikonda Beach, Submarine Museum, Visakhapatnam Steel Plant and other places. A professor of Department of Psychology of AU M.V.R. Raju conducted first aid and civil defence sessions for the day. The camp provides a good exposure to the youth in enhancing their skills that contributes to their overall personality development, said P. Ramachandra Rao, NSS Programme Coordinator of AU. The camp concludes on June 17.

Andhra varsity PG test results released

The results of the Andhra University Common Entr-ance Test (AUCET-2012) for admission into postgraduate courses in the campus colleges of AU and Dr BR Ambedkar University and in their affiliated colleges, and results of the Andhra University Engineering Entrance Test (AUEET) were released by the rector of AU, Mr P.V.G.D. Prasad Reddy, on Thursday.
Results of AUCET and AUEET were placed on www.andhrauniversity.info-doa, www.aucet.sssolutions.co.in and www.aueet.sssolutions.co.in, rank cards may be downloaded from the websites.

Releasing the results, Mr Prasad Reddy said that the university was the first in the state to conduct a common entrance test for admission into PG courses and to release the results within 24 hours of the last entrance examination.
For admission into 66 courses including 23 PG courses in Arts and 43 PG courses in the Science stream, 36 tests were conducted under AUCET.

Six tests were conducted under AUEET for admissions into six courses in the five-year MS Programme and five-year Dual Degree programme. Counselling for admission into various courses of AUCET will beg-in on May 31, and for AU-EET, on May 16; the schedule will be placed on the website. Candidates who qualify in the instant or advanced supplementary exam to be held in May are also eligible for admission.

Constitution has stood the test of time: law college principal

Crime in politics and farce in election system in India have created a vacuum of morality, observed Principal and Dean of Andhra University Law College A. Kesava Rao here on Saturday.

Delivering a talk on Has the Constitution failed us?, arranged by Gayatri Vidya Parishads Centre for Policy Studies at Visakhapatnam Public Library, he shared his views and experiences about how good governance was better than self governance and how our Constitution had at many times been tested when assaults had been made on the fundamental rights in the Constitution.

He highlighted the ways in which the Constitution had protected our nation till date either by restricting political chaos with the help of judiciary or by safeguarding the rights and interests of the media.

Expressing disappointment over how three elements red tape, black money, and corruption failed our Constitution, he said they deprived us of the fruits of the vision our leaders had envisioned for us.

Remedial measures
Professor in the Department of Politics and Public Administration, Andhra University, M. Nalini, who spoke on Measures for course correction, put forth a few remedial measures for a better democracy.

She focused on constructive measures such as structural changes, radical decentralisation of power from unions, improvement in the quality of democracy, restricting the malfunctioning of democracy, educating the public, facilitation of public hearing, formation of an accountable coalition body, improvement in the responsiveness of masses and need for extensive discussion of issues like treaties and policies in the parliament in her speech.

CPS Director A. Prasanna Kumar spoke on Non-Alignment 2.0 a foreign and strategic policy for India framed by eight prominent scholars and released in January 2012.

Eliminating poverty, utilising human resources, giving significance to inclusive growth, upholding values and preserving our moral and ideological capital were the challenges faced today, he pointed out.

He also briefly explained about how the document would show our country a way forward.

Sexual harassment case against Andhra varsity professor

VISAKHAPATNAM: Andhra University was embroiled in a controversy when a professor and a teaching associate reportedly sought sexual favours from a girl student and a scholar. Parents of one of the victims filed a complaint with the varsity authorities on Monday . The matter came to light on Tuesday after the university handed over the matter to the women redressal cell for an inquiry.

A professor in meteorology and oceanography department allegedly harassed an M Tech (atmospheric sciences) student a week ago, who immediately informed the matter to her parents. We have asked the women redressal cell to look into the matter, rector PVGD Prasada Reddy told.

Summer camp opened

The summer coaching camps in 18 disciplines, being organised by the Olympic Association of Visakhapatnam and Andhra University were inaugurated by Rector of AU P.V.G.D. Prasada Reddy on the AU campus here on Monday.

President of the Olympic Association S. Kodandaramiah, secretary M. Syam Babu, vice-president T.S.R. Prasad, G.V. Raviraju, treasurer B. Ramaiah, and others were present. International medal winner Avani Panchal presented a solo artistic roller-skating show.

The camps would be held for four weeks.

Ghantasala melodies

Founder of Ghantasala Smaraka Peetham and Ghantasala Sangeetha Kalasala T. Sharathchandra will render melodies of Ghantasala on May 20 evening at Gurajada Kalakshetram. The event is being hosted as part of Summer special at the monthly cultural programme, Vinoda Vallari, organised by the VUDA in association with the Creative Comedy Club.

Four Andhra University professors chargesheeted

VISAKHAPATNAM: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Tuesday filed chargesheets against four professors of Andhra University over irregularities in sanctioning pharma colleges to private managements in Visakhapatnam.

AU College of Pharmaceutical Sciences professors JVLN Sheshagiri Rao, D Gowri Sankar, J Vijaya Ratna and A Annapoorna and regional officer of southern regional office of AICTE, Chennai, BK Bhadri, were among 13 persons chargesheeted for granting permission to Visakha Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (VIPS) and Al-Ameer College of Pharmacy in violation of the guidelines. VIPS management representatives T Surya Bhaskar Reddy and Betala Sekhar and Al-Ameer College representatives I H Farooqui, VA Siddiqui, principal R Bhavani Devi, professor A Ravi Kumar and then sarpanch of Palavalasa panchayat of Anandapuram mandal P Appala Narayana were also booked for fraud.

CBI filed chargesheet against VIPS management for using fake land certificates and building plans of an agricultural land as the college land near international cricket stadium in Madhurawada area. All the land particulars and the information provided by the management were fake and forged, the CBI said in its chargesheet. Seshagiri Rao and Gowri Sankar inspected the college separately for issuance of a no-objection certificate and renewal of the affiliation of the college for the academic years 2008-09 and 2009-10 and gave positive reports falsely certifying that infrastructure and other facilities were in tune with AICTE norms.

The case was registered in January 2010. The chargesheet against the four professors and the AICTE official was filed under sections 120-B read with 420, 468, 471 and 477-A of IPC and section 13(2) read with 13(1)(D) of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988.

In the case of Al-Ameer College of Engineering and Pharmacy, the management violated the norms in purchasing and converting the assigned land for commercial purposes and intentionally misguided the expert committees showing assigned land as pharma college campus.

The management also misled the officials by stating that the college was being run in a three-storied building when there was no structure at all. The management submitted a fake land use certificate to AICTE, CBI officials said.

AU professors inspected the college for issuance of a no-objection certificate and renewal of the affiliation of the college for the academic years 2008-09 and 2009-10 and gave positive reports.

Andhra University hikes teaching hours of faculty

Professors of Andhra University cannot enjoy hereafter and will have to spend more time with their students.
Cracking the whip, authorities recently issued directions to the principals of various colleges enhancing working hours of permanent faculty members.

Sources said that working hours have been increased from 16 to 21 hours per week. Authorities intend to streamline teaching structure in the university.

There were charges that some professors only had personal agendas, and did not concentrate on classroom work and research.
Currently, in-charge Vice Chancellor M G Gopal, who interacted with some teachers on contract during his visit to the premises, reportedly came to the decision to strengthen the system, in order to minimise the role of contract teachers. When contract teachers who have been working for some years started demanding rationalisation of designation and pay structure, the decision to increasing working hours of permanent faculty members as per UGC norms is significant, sources said.

Shortage of faculty hits AU

Acute shortage of faculty in almost every department of teaching has affected the functioning of Andhra University here.

According to official sources, the university requires nearly 1,000 regular faculties to teach thousands of students. But according to the treasurer of the Andhra University unit of the AP Federation of University Teachers Association (APFUTA) and head of the department of Human Genetics, Prof. G. Sudhakar, the university was currently being run with half of the required faculty. Half of the current faculty are temporary teaching associates who were recruited on contract basis for consolidated sala-ries ranging from ` 10,000 to Rs.15,000 per month.

Speaking to this correspondent at the ongoing protest by the unit in front of the universitys main gate here on Tuesday, Prof. Sudhakar said that the APFUTA was protesting against government for failing to address their long-pending demands including the provision of full-fledged faculty to the university.

Apart from faculty shortage, poor block grants for maintenance of the department was also putting the university in trouble. Faculty members of the university had decided to stage a series of protests, he said, while ruling out that their protest was affecting the classes of students and their examination preparations.

Nearly 20 faculty, including Prof. M.Purnachandra Rao, president of the university unit, took part in the relay hunger protest in front of the university entrance gate on Tuesday. They demanded that government pay the UGC revised pay-scale arrears from 2006, hike retirement age to 65 years and block grants for maintenance.

Activists and leaders of the Vizag unit of the Students Federation of India held a rally on the university campus. SFI leader B. Jagan demanded that government immediately take steps to fill vacancies in universities and appoint a vice-chancellor for Andhra University by the end of this academic year.

Meanwhile, the local MP and the Union minister of state for Human Resource Development, Ms D. Purandeswari, said that nearly 40 percent of professor posts at various universities in the country were still vacant.

Interacting with a group of AU faculty here on Tuesday, she said that their government was taking all possible steps to fill the gap between the students and teachers ratio in higher education system in order to sustain the quality of education. The teachers met the minister as part of their protests against the state government for failing to address their long- pending demands.

Au students argue with minister on Slet

Andhra University students demanded that the Union minister of state for human resource development, Ms D. Purandeswari, take initiative to ensure that the state government conduct State Level Eligibility Test (SLET) much before conducting recruitment test for degree college lecturers.

There was a serious discussion between student representatives and the minister for some time at the Andhra University Platinum Jubilee Hall during a round table meeting organised on Tuesday seeking special railway zone for Visakhapatnam.

Students of Bahuvarga Students Sangh (BSS) led by Mr A. Mahesh insisted that the minister take initiative on the issue. But Ms Purandeswari said that she was no way concerned with it.

Police officials and legislators of Bheemili and Visakhapatnam South pacified them and the students handed over a memorandum to the minister urging her to take steps for early conduct of the examination.

Online tests now centre of focus

With the conventional pen and paper format of exams gradually making way for online tests, coaching centres to train students for these tests are in great demand. Several top higher educational institutions are opting for online tests to prevent question papers from leaking and to check errors in evaluation of answer scripts. Question papers pertaining to AIEEE were leaked in May this year and last year the Common Law Ad-mission Test papers were leaked, forcing the institutes concerned to hold the exams again, a huge waste of time and money. It is also difficult to find hundreds of exam centres and staff to conduct the exams in the conventional mode and then transport the answer scripts to evaluation centres safely. The online test takes care of all these problems.

The Common Admission Test for admission to top business schools has been held online for the last three years, and that too quite successfully. This year, the All India Engineering Entrance Exam has gone online. Though there is the option of off-line test for AIEEE this year, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to conduct the exam online on a large scale. The IITs are planning to conduct JEE exam online from 2013.

There are proposals with the state government to make Eamcet online in the coming years. Varsities such as Osma-nia and Andhra University are also mulling over the merits of online tests. Anticipating huge dema-nd for online tests in the coming years, several coaching centres have come up in the city. A majority of the students sitting for various entrance tests come from rural areas. They are not well acquainted with the use of computers and internet compared to urban students, said Mr P. Mallikarjun, who runs a training centre in Ameerpet. Most of the online test training centres have come up in Ameerpet, Mehdipat-nam, Narayanguda and Secunderabad.

No action taken on varsity cases

The state government has been sitting on the files indicting vice-chancellors and professors with serious charges including those of sexual harassment. The inordinate delay in initiating action has resulted in several VCs going scot-free following their retirement after completing their full three-year term.

In Andhra University, professors facing allegations of sexual harassment still roam free. In the Dravidian Univer-sity, the case of 8,000 PhDs given to unqualified people resulting in the doctorate scam, is yet to be acted upon. The committees appointed by the state government to inquire into these issues have submitted their reports long ago recommending stringent action against the erring VCs and professors. But all these files are pending with the government for the last three years.

First these files were with the then minister for higher education, Mr D. Sridhar Babu (currently civil supplies minister), who took no action on them for nearly 19 months. Now these file are with the current higher education minister, Mr Damodara Raja Narasimha, who is also the deputy chief minister, who has been sitting on them for over a year. As many as eight VCs were indicted by inquiry committees for resorting to irregularities in the appoi-ntment of faculty and non-faculty members. Action is still pending on irregularities in Dravidian, Rayala-seema, Kakatiya, Andhra, Srikrishnadevaraya, Adi-kavi Nannayya, Telangana, Nagarjuna and Osmania universities. The then Dravidian University VC, Prof. Rama-naiah, had been indicted by an inquiry committee for awarding 8,000 PhDs in distance education mode by setting up study centres across the state against the norms.

However, the state government failed to initiate any action against him, though he retired in August this year. Similarly, the vice-chancellors of Rayalaseema University, Kakatiya Uni-versity, Andhra University, Adikavi Nannayya Univer-sity, Nagarjuna University and Osmania University have retired on superannuation even as the files recommending action against them are pending with the government for different periods of time.

Strict norms to set up private universities

The state government is all set to enforce stringent norms for the private sector to follow when establishing private universities in the state. It has proposed a mandatory corpus fund of Rs 30 crore, besides utilising 75 per cent of income generated from the fund for the development of the institution. In addition, the campus should be spread over 30 acres. Though the Private Universities Act was mooted by the YSR government in 2005, it only just materialised. Though officials prepared a draft of the Bill on private universities in 2006, the Bill has been gathering dust since then. Initially the corpus fund was fixed at Rs 100 crore.

However, there were objections to the unrealistic amount since in 2009 the Centre itself had proposed a corpus of Rs 50 crore for foreign universities in the country. The state government has appointed a committee comprising Prof A. Prasanna Kumar, former rector, Andhra University, Prof V. Gopal Reddy, former VC of Kakatiya and Palamuru University and Prof R. Ramamurthy, former VC, Sri Venkateshwara University to draft the fresh modalities for setting up private universities.

The committee has held four rounds of meetings till now and prepared draft proposals that will be submitted to the government soon. The committee examined the Private Universities Act enforced in Karnataka, Rajasthan, Haryana etc. The committee met on Wednesday to discuss the draft proposals. We will finalise the draft proposals in two weeks and submit them to the government. The government has to enact a law for allowing establishment of private universities in the state, said Prof Jayaprakash Rao, chairman, AP State Council of Higher Education.

panel to screen applicants for vc post on dec. 13

Efforts are being made to pick a suitable person for appointing as vice chancellor of Andhra University, the post being vacant for the last seven months from June 20. The search committee is likely to shortlist around 180 applicants on December 13.

Efforts are being made to pick a suitable person for appointing as vice chancellor of Andhra University, the post being vacant for the last seven months from June 20. The search committee is likely to shortlist around 180 applicants on December 13.

Sources revealed that a senior professor from the Department of Engineer-ing, Andhra University, has good chances to get the post. The search committee includes a UGC nominee, one from state government and the rest from the university itself.

Nearly 140 to 150 applicants are likely to be disqualified in the preliminary stage. The committee will finalise three names, from which the Governor will choose one.

Students, academics and teachers associations expressed concern over the slow functioning of the university in taking decisions and clearing key files. No company or university across the globe has come forward to sign MoUs with the university in the last one year. More over, there is no regular registrar too with Ms Samrajyalakshmi currently acting as in-charge Registrar of AU.

Coming summer will be severe, experts predict

Meteorologists anticipate the arrival of a severe summer in the state, owing to the scanty rainfall received this year.

Only four districts in Rayalaseema and Coastal Andhra Pradesh received good rainfall during the recent depression.

Major changes in the sea surface temperature due to global warming and a decreasing trend in tropical storms, has led to a scanty rainfall, analysts say.

Normally, rainfall in the state depends on tropical cyclones and easterly waves from the pacific ocean. he tropical cyclones account for 60 per cent and the waves account for 40 per cent of the total rainfall in the state.

Between October and December, we must ideally receive 50 per cent of the normal annual rainfall in the state. But, this year only four districts — Ongole, Nellore, Chittoor and Kadapa — have received good rainfall. Drought conditions prevail in the rest of the state, said Prof O.S.R.U. Bhanu Kumar from the department of meteorology and oceanography, Andhra University.

Analysis of 118 years of data relating to the tropical storms point out that there is a significant change in the frequency of tropical storms with rising of sea surface temperatures over the north Indian Ocean on the annual, seasonal and sub-seasonal scales.

The inter-governmental panel on climate change has estimated that the earths average global surface temperature has increased by about 0.7ºC in this century due to global warming.

Student suspect APPSC paper leak

The degree lecturers recruitment exam, which was conducted by the APPSC recently, has turned controversial. Candidates alleged that there were large scale irregularities in the selection process. They pointed out that the majority of students who made it to the selection list were from the Andhra Universitys economics department and even their hall ticket numbers were in serial order.

Several candidates held a demonstration in front of the APPSC demanding cancellation of the exam and holding them afresh. They also demanded the government to inquire into the issue and take stringent action against the officials responsible for the irregularities. Candidates have also decided to submit a representation to Governor, E.S.L. Narasimhan urging him to order a probe.

About 600 applicants from across the state appeared for the recruitment exam, which was conducted to fill 48 degree lecturer posts in economics subject. The APPSC has short-listed 98 candidates and called them for interviews. Candidates alleged that of the total 98 candidates shortlisted, about 54 had hall-ticket numbers in the serial order. They said that about 28 shortlisted candidates were from one exam centre in Vizag. They also said that out of the top-10 scorers, six were from a single centre.

An economics professor in Andhra University was involved in the question paper preparation process. Strangely, the students who are pursuing research under the same professor got selected, said Mr Surya Narayana, a candidate. Students also suspect that the question paper was leaked in Vizag.

mega job mela in Au on october 29, 30

Andhra University will be conducting a mega job mela in the city for two days on October 29th and 30th, partnering with Millennium Software Solutions to provide 10,000 jobs to unemployed youth under the Rajiv Yuvakiranalu programme.

One hundred companies are going to participate in the job fair, catering to several verticals such as information technology, BPO, infrastructure, hospitality, pharma, automobile, textile, finance and insurance, education, retail, sales and marketing, said Prof. P.V.G.D. Prasada Rao, Re-ctor of Andhra University.

We have already communicated to educational institutions in five districts initially and any unemployed can attend the mela, he said. Interested candidates have to log onto www.aujobfair.com and register their details for the selection process. A total of 100 job stalls are going to be arranged at the AU convocation hall for job seekers, he informed. The deputy Chief Minister, Mr Damodar Rajanarasimha, will be inaugurating the job mela at 9.30 am on October 29 and ministers Botsa Satyanarayana, Vatti Vasanthakumar and P. Balaraju will also be present, the Rector said. Three senior officials of the university were deputed to provide necessary information to the candidates.

A representative of Millennium Software Solutions said that permanent staff members for the Aadhaar project would be recruited during the mela and candidates with Class X qualification can attend the selection process.

Interested can contact Prof. Y. Satya-narayana, Prof. P.S. Avadhani, Prof. B. Mohan Venkat Ram, and Prof. Y.L.N. Murty, AU for any guidance.

AU attracts more foreign students

Andhra University has witnessed an eight fold increase recently in the enrolment of international students. This was possible due to good accommodation facilities and round-the-clock service. Three years ago, the number was 50 and has shot up to 450 from 36 countries across the globe.

Andhra University has witnessed an eight fold increase recently in the enrolment of international students. This was possible due to good accommodation facilities and round-the-clock service. Three years ago, the number was 50 and has shot up to 450 from 36 countries across the globe.

Almost half the students are from Africa, and the rest from Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Nepal and Bhutan. Girls are from Nepal and Bhutan.

International students of the university are content here as the cost of living is low with the university charging Rs.2,000 per month for providing a single room with bed, almirah, refrigerator, chair, apart from gas, water and electricity free of cost. Most students prefer to cook their own food.

People in the city are friendly, said Yechale Kebede, research scholar from Ethiopia. I like the teachers here because they are cooperative and we appreciate the curriculum and other students too. We do not sense any discrimination over here, he added.

Senior professor of the Geology department and adviser of the international students affairs Dr K. Viswanath said, Foreign students also feel comfortable as the environment is close to their motherland.

Sources said even though the university has been providing admission to students online, there is a need to improve accommodation when compared to other universities with 30-40 having to stay outside at their own cost.

Dance as school subject stressed

Noted Kuchipudi dancer, Ms Sobha Naidu, asked the government to introduce dance as a subject in primary schools. She appealed to public and the authorities concerned to take steps for safeguarding classical dance by providing sufficient funds and appointing dance teachers in schools.

Noted Kuchipudi dancer, Ms Sobha Naidu, asked the government to introduce dance as a subject in primary schools. She appealed to public and the authorities concerned to take steps for safeguarding classical dance by providing sufficient funds and appointing dance teachers in schools.

Ms Sobha Naidu was in the city on Tuesday to participate in a national-level seminar on Indian Classical Dances organised by the Nataraj Music and Dance Academy.

Addressing the gathering as a chief guest on the occasion, Ms Sobha said that classical dance will have no importance after some years if the government failed to support it.

Except Andhra Pradesh, many states including Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Kar-nataka and Kerala have been supporting classical dances and uplifting the classical dancers to international level, she said.

Speaking on the occasion, noted critic and historian Mr V.A.K. Ranga Rao said, the recognition of Kuchip-udi as a classical dance by the government in 1960 pa-ved the way for women like Yamini Krishamurthy and Indrani Rehman to storm the male bastion. Women gave greater push to the genre outside Andhra Pradesh, he opined. Some of the research scholars of Andhra University here said that dance could imp-rove the physical and mental strength of children.

Varsities ignore Guvs diktats

June 11: None of the universities in the state have submitted quarterly performance reports as mandated by the Governor and Chancellor of Universities, Mr E.S.L. Narasimhan, in February, 2010. Though the department of higher education has sent 16 reminders to the Vice-Chancellors to furnish the details during the last 16 months, there has been no response from them.

As a part of these quarterly performance reports, the universities are required to submit a resume of their academic activities, exam results, research and development programmes, number of Ph.Ds awarded, etc. This information has to be given once in three months. Last year, the state government formed a committee to prepare the modalities for submission of quarterly performance reports as per the directions of the Governor.

The committee prepared a draft report, which was approved by the department of higher education. The draft was sent to all the universities, directing the VCs to furnish the details accordingly. The job of compiling the data from the universities was assigned to the AP State Council of Higher Education. Since then, the officials of APSCHE made numerous attempts to obtain the reports from universities, unsuccessfully. The repeated reminders sent by APSCHE to the VCs and the registrars of universities fell on deaf ears.

Mr Narasimhan had also asked the universities to prepare a common academic calendar from this year for the convenience of students. The VCs are yet to do this. While some universities like Andhra University, Nagarjuna University etc. have already declared degr-ee results and are conducting counselling for PG admissions, the Osmania University is yet to annou-nce its degree results. As a result, several OU students who planned to attend counselling sessions of other universities could not do so due to the delay in results.

During the last 16 months, several VC posts fell vacant following their retirement. The majority of the universities have no VCs at present and some more VC posts will be vacant by August. This worries the APSCHE officials, who are concerned that it will be even more difficult now to obtain quarterly performance reports from universities.

Hyderabad students bag top ranks in ICET

Two Hyderabad students bagged the top ranks of ICET-2011, the results for which were announced here on Thursday.

Releasing the results, ICET chairman and vice chancellor of Andhra University, Prof. Beela Satyanarayana, said Mr Pradeep Reddy got the first rank by scoring 185 out of 200 marks.

Mr N. Aditya Kiran Nori also scored 185. Mr O. Anirudha Asish of Vijayawada scored 183 and bagged the third rank.

Among the women, Ms K. Lavanya of Vijayawada bagged the top rank by scoring 179 out of 200. The test was conducted on May 18.

The VC said 1,40,210 (92, 419 male and 47, 791 fem-ale) appeared for the examination.

Top agricultural officer trapped

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) sleuths raided the premises of assistant director of agriculture Vippala Prasad on charges of amassing wealth which was not proportionate to his known sources of income.

On Friday, the sleuths raided his apartment in Maharanipeta, house in Narsipatnam and the premises of his relatives in the city, Jogampeta, Kottakota, Yelamanchili and Guntapalli in the district. Documents relating to assets worth Rs 1.5 crore were found in his possession and the market value of these assets could be around Rs 10 crore.

Prasad is a native of Jogampeta under Golugonda mandal of the district and joined the department as agriculture officer and rose to the level of assistant director.

He is presently posted in Yelamanchili.

The deputy superintendent of police, ACB, Mr A. Ramakrishna Prasad, told reporters that Prasad owned 14 house plots and 20 acres of agriculture land in Narsipatnam and Yelamanchili.

His son, a student of Andhra University owned a cashew factory worth Rs 75 lakh.

Goods worth Rs 70 lakh were recovered in another closed factory.

Apart from these, Rs 3.75 lakh cash and 300 grams of gold was found in his house, the DSP said.

Colleges affiliated with this University

Total number of colleges affiliated with this University = 653
1 Abhyudaya Degree College, Srikakulam
2 Abhyudaya Degree College, Kamavarapukota
3 ABM Degree College, Narasipatnam
4 ABN and PRR College of Science, Kovvur
5 ACTS Degree College, Visakhapatnam
7 Adarsa Degree College, Kakinada
9 Aditya Degree College, Tatipaka
10 Aditya Degree College, Kakinada
11 Aditya Degree College, Palakol
12 Aditya Degree College, Srungavarapukota
13 Aditya Degree College, Gopalapatnam
14 Aditya Degree College for Women, Rajahmundry
15 Aditya Degree College for Women, Kakinada
16 Aditya Institute of Pharmaceutical Science and Research, Surampalem
17 Aditya Institute of POST GRADUATE Studies, Peddapuram
18 AGL Degree College, Sankaramatham
19 AGL Memorial Degree College, Vizianagaram
20 AKRG College of Pharmacy, Nallajerla
21 AKRG Degee College, Nallajerla
22 Akshara Degree College, Kanchili
23 Akula Gopaiah Degree College, Tadepalligudem
24 Akula Gopayya College of Education, Tadepalligudem
26 Al Ameer Institute of Management and Technology, Rajahmundry
27 All Saints Christian Law College, Visakhapatnam
28 All Saints POST GRADUATE College, Bheemili
29 Allam Gurumurthy Lakshmibai Memorial College, Vizianagaram
30 Alluri Krishna Rao and Govindamma Degree College, Nallajerla
31 Amar Degree College, Nandigam
33 Amrutha Arts and Science Degree College, Malikipuram
34 Andhra Kesari Degree College, Rajahmundry
35 Andhra University, Faculty of Architecture, College of Engineering, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
36 Andhra Womens Sanskrit College, Rajahmundry
37 Anil Neerukonda Institute of Technology and Sciences (ANITS), Bheemunipatnam
38 AQJ Centre for PG Studies, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
39 AQJ College of Pharmacy, Anandapuram
40 AQJ Degree College, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
41 AQJ Degree College, Anandapuram
42 ASD Government Degree College for Women, Kakinada
43 ASN Degree College for Women, Amalapuram
44 ASR College of Computer Technology, Kovvur
46 ASR College of Education, Tanuku
47 ASR Degree College, Kovvur
48 Atchuta Degree College, Atchutapuram
49 Avanthi Degree College, Dabagardens
50 Avanthi Degree College, Rajahmundry
51 AVR and VPR Degree College, Mandapeta
52 Badagala Sankara Rao Degree College, Kaviti
53 Balusu Rama Rao Degree College, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
54 Batchu Rambotlu College of Education, Narsipatnam
56 Berith Degree College, Bheemunipatnam
58 Best Institute Of Professional Studies, Tadepalligudem
60 BG BS Womens Degree College, Narsapur
61 Bh SR and VLM Degree College, Devarapalli
62 Bhagavantham Gupta Bangaru Seshavatharam Womens College, Narsapur
63 Bhaskar Institute of Pharmacy, Bobbili
64 Bhaskara Degree College, Parvathipuram
65 Bhaskara Institute of MCA, Komatipalli
66 Bhavani College of Education, Boddavalasa
67 Brilliants Degree College, Tadepalligudem
68 BRR and GKR Chambers Degree College, Palakol
70 BS and JR Degree College, Tekkali
71 BS and JR Degree College, Akkavaram
72 BSN Memorial College of Education, Kothavalasa
73 BSR Degree College, Peddapuram
74 Budda Ramesh Babu Memorial Degree College, Kancharapalem
75 Buddah Ramesh Babu Memorial Degree College, Kancharapalem
76 BVK College, Dwarakanagar
77 BVK Degree College, Dwaraka Nagar
78 BVK Degree College, Saravakota
80 Ch SD St Theresas College for Women, Eluru
81 Ch VPMR Government Degree College, Ganapavaram
83 Chaitanya Degee College for Women, Gajuwaka
84 Chaitanya Degree and PG College for Women, Visakhapatnam
85 Chaitanya Degree College, Razole
86 Chaitanya Degree College, Srikakulam
87 Chaitanya Degree College, Srungavarapukota
88 Chaitanya Degree College, Kakinada
89 Chaitanya Degree College for Women, Old Gajuwaka
90 Chaitanya ES Degree College, Srikakulam
91 Chakravarthula Bhaskara Rao (CBR) Degree College, Pithapuram
92 Challa Satyanarayana Sarma Degree College, Achanta
93 Chandra Kala Devi Sarda Degree College, Nellimarla
94 Chatrapati Sivaji Tri Satajayanthi Government Kalasala (CSTS Government Degree College), West Godavari
95 Christ College of Education, Kottavalasa
96 Coromandal Institute of Hotel Management and Catering Technology, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
98 DBK Arts and Science Degree College, Parvathipuram
99 Deepthi Degree College, Mamidikurudu
100 Dharmana Ramalingam Naidu College, Narasannapeta
102 DL Reddy College of Post Graduate Courses, Gollala Mamidada
103 DL Reddy Degree College, Gollala Mamidada
104 DNR College, Bhimavaram
105 DNR College of Education, Bhimavaram
106 DNR Government Degree College for Women, Palkol
107 DNR Law College, Bhimavaram
108 Dr BR Ambedkar Degree College, Ravulapalem
110 Dr CL Naidu Degree College, Palakonda
111 Dr CSN Degree and Post Graduate College, Bhimavaram
112 Dr CSN Institute of Pharmacy, Bhimavaram
113 DR Goenka Government Degree College, Tadepalligudem
114 Dr Hima Sekhar Degree College, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
115 Dr Himasekhara Degee College, Anakapalle
116 Dr KVRD AND Smt GJVRS Degree College, Munganda
118 Dr L Bullayya College Rasapuvanipalem, Visakhapatnam
119 Dr Maddigopalakrishna Reddy Degree College, Buttayagudem
120 Dr NTR Degree College, Narsipatnam
121 Dr PVG Rajah Saheb College of Education, Vizianagaram
122 Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishna Degree College, Nallajerla
123 Dr VS Krishna Government Degree College, Visakhapatnam
124 Dr YLP Degree College of Arts and Sciences, Gajapathinagaram
125 DRG Degree College for Women, Tadepalligudem
126 DVN College, Anakapalle
127 DVN Kalakshetram College of Music, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
130 Emmanuel College of Pharmacy, Visakhapatnam
131 Emmanuel Degree College, Makavarapalem
132 Flaiz Adventist College, Narsapur
133 G Kasiviswanadh Degree College, Chaparam
135 Gandhi Degree College, Dondaparthi
136 Gandhi Memorial Mahila Degree College, Godavarikhani
137 Ganga Institute of Education Jhajjar, Kablana
138 Ganta Narayana Rao Private Un Aided Degree College, Rajam
139 Gayatri College of Education, Vizianagaram
140 Gayatri College of Science and Management, Munasabpeta
141 Gayatri College of Science and Management (Gayatri College for Post Graduate Courses), Srikakulam
142 Gayatri Degree College, Buchayyapeta
143 Gayatri Degree College, Gajapathinagaram
144 Gayatri Degree College, Hiramandalam
145 Gayatri Degree College, Peddapalli
146 Gayatri Degree College, Payakarao Peta
147 Gayatri Degree College, Seethanagaram
148 Gayatri Degree College, Thotapalem
149 Gayatri Mahila Degree College, Parvathipuram
150 Gayatri Vidya Parished Degree College, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
151 GBR College of Education, Anaparthy
152 GBR Degree College, Anaparthi
153 Geetanjali Degree College, Bhimadole
154 Geethanjali Degree College, Yellamanchili
155 GIET School of Pharmacy, Rajahmundry
156 GKRV Degree and PG College, Rajahmundry
157 GMR COLLEGE OF EDUATION, Tadepalligudem
158 GMR Degree College, Gujaratipeta
159 GMR Memorial Vidyardhi College, Tadepalligudem
160 Gnana Jyothi Degree College, Narasannapeta
161 Godavari Degree College, Rajahmundry
162 Gokul PG College, Bobbili
163 Government College (Autonomous), Rajahmundry
164 Government Degree College, Baruva
165 Government Degree College, Palakonda
166 Government Degree College, Seethanagaram
167 Government Degree College, Amadalavalasa
168 Government Degree College, Paderu
169 Government Degree College, Narsipatnam
170 Government Degree College, Mandapeta
171 Government Degree College, Narasannapeta
172 Government Degree College, Razole
173 Government Degree College, Chodavaram
174 Government Degree College, Rampachodavaram
175 Government Degree College, Srungavarapukota
176 Government Degree College, Gummalakshmipuram
177 Government Degree College, Ravulapalem
178 Government Degree College, Ichapuram
179 Government Degree College (GDC), Tuni
180 Government Degree College For Men, Srikakulam
181 Government Degree College for Women, Arasavalli
182 Government Degree College for Women, Srikakulam
183 Government Degree College, Chintalapudi, West Godavari
184 Government Degree College, Mancherial, Adilabad
185 Government Degree College, Nirmal, Adilabad
186 Government Degree College, Tekkali, Tekkali
187 Govt Degree College, Jaggampeta
188 Grace Degree College, Gannavaram
189 GSKM Law College, Rajahmundry
192 GVP College for Post Graduate Courses, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
194 Harvard Degree College, Thondangi
195 Hindustan Shipyard Degree College, Gandigram
196 HIS Degree College, Addateegala
197 Ideal College of Arts and Sciences (Samalakota Road), Kakinada
198 Ideal Degree College, Kakinada
199 Indira Devi College of Education, Tadepalligudem
200 Indira Gandhi Degree College, Bobbili
201 IVN Raju Degree College, Srugavarapukota
202 J Beera College of Education, Seetharamapuram
203 J Sikle Degree College, Narsapur
204 Jai Aruna Degree College, Ravikamatham
205 Janahitha Degree College, Parvathipuram
206 Janga Gandai Memorial Degree College, Jilugimilli
207 Jaya Chandra (JC) Degree College, Maredubaka
208 JES COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
209 JES Degree College for Women, Dabagardens
210 JNTU College of Engineering, Kakinada
211 Joy Karthik Degree College, Narsipatnam
212 KA and HL Degree College, Eluru
213 Karimi Narayana Appalanaidu Degree College, Polaki
214 Karunya College of Education, Kommadi
215 Kawmadi Degree College, Amadalavalasa
216 KGRL College (KGRLC), Bhimavaram
217 KGRL College of Pharmacy, Bhimavaram
219 Kiranmai Degree College, Pathapatnam
220 KJR College of Pharmacy, Burugupudi
221 Konaseema Institute of Management Sciences and College of Engineering, Amalapuram
222 Konathala Arts and Science Degree College, Anakapalle
223 Kondapalli Paidithalli College of Education, Gantvada
224 Korangi College of Pharmacy, Kakinada
225 KPR and JL Siddhartha Degree College, Eluru
226 Krishna Degree College, Gajuwaka
227 KSNR Degree College, Penumantra
228 Lagudu Narasimhamurthy Naidu Degree College, Golugonda
229 LAMP Degree College, Mummidivaram
230 Lamp Degree College, Mummidivaram
231 Lenora College of Education, Rampachodavaram
232 Lingamurthy College, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
233 Little Flower Degree College, Chintalapudi
234 Little Rose College of Eudcation, Draksharamam
235 Little Rose Degree College, Draksharama
236 Ln GV Rao Modern Degree College, Ramachandrapuram
237 Lutheran Degee College, Bhimavaram
238 Lutheran Degree College for Women, Rajahmundry
239 Lydia College of Pharmacy, Ravulapalem
240 Madhu College of Education, Elamanchili
241 Maharshi Degree College, Pedamanapuram
242 Mahathi Degree College, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
243 Mahatma Gandhi Degree College, Atreyapuram
244 Mahendra Degree College, Pathapatnam
245 Maheswari College of Education, Kalavarai
246 Masters College of Education, Tanuku
247 MattReddy Degree College, Iragavaram
248 Maxwell Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), Visakhapatnam
249 Meesala Lakshmayya Arts and Science Degree College, Narsipatnam
250 Meher Degree College, New Gajuwaka
251 Minerva College of Education, Prathipadu
252 Minerva Degree College, Prattipadu
253 Miriam College of Education, Amalapuram
254 Miriam Degree College, Amalapuram
255 MIST Degee College, Asilametta
257 MLR Naidu Degree College, Narsannapet
258 Modern Degree College for Women, Ramachandrapuram
259 Mohan Degree College, Kakinada
261 Montessori Degree College, Unguturu
264 Mother Degree College, Kotananduru
265 Mother Theresa Degree College, Tekkali
267 Moturi Subrahmanyam Sitayamma Degree College, Uppalaguptam
268 MPR Law College, Srikakulam
269 MR College (Autonomous) (Co Ed), Vizianagaram
270 MR College for Women, Vizianagaram
272 MR Government Sanskrit College, Vizianagaram
273 Mrs AVN College, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
274 MRVRGR Law College, Vizianagaram
275 MSN Degree College, Kakinada
276 MSN Degree College, Vizianagaram
277 MSR National Degree College, Munagapaka
278 MSRS Siddhartha Degree College, Visakhapatnam
279 MVN JS and RVR Degree College, Malikipuram
280 MVNM College of Education, Jangareddygudem
281 MVR College (MVRC) Gajuwaka, Visakhapatnam
282 MVR Montessori Degree College, Tadepallygudem
283 Nagarjuna College of Education, Sankarapuram
284 Narayana Dora Degree College, Kasibugga
285 National Science Degree College, Srikakulam
286 NBM Law College, Visakhapatnam
287 Neethipudi Ganapathi Rao (NGR) Degree College, Nagaram
288 Nehru Memorial Ex-Serviceman College of Education, Peddapuram
289 NES College of Information Technology, Dwaraka Nagar
290 New Modern Degree College, Tadepalligudem
291 NEWS Degree College, Gajuwaka
292 Noble Institute of Science and Technology, Manthripalem
293 NOVA College of Education Vegavaram, Jangareddygudem
294 Nova Degree College, Jangareddygudem
295 NSZ College of Music and Dance, Narsapur
296 NVP Law College, Visakhapatnam
297 Oxford Degree College, Srungavarapukota
298 Padmasri Dr BV Raju Institute of Computer Education, Bhimavaram
299 Padmavathi Mahila Degree College, Narasapuram
300 PES Degree College, Jaggampeta
301 PMN Degree College, Sabbavaram
302 Poorna Sai Degree College, Yellamanchili
303 Poorna Sai Vivekananda Degree College, Yellamanchili
304 PR Government Degree College, Kakinada
305 Prabha Degree College, Visakhapatnam
306 Pragathi College of Education, Kakinada
307 Pragathi Degree College, Kottavalasa
308 Pragathi Degree College, Kakinada
309 Pragati Degree College, Kothavalasa
310 Pragyna Degree College, Kakinada
311 Prajna College of Science And Arts, Srikakulam
312 Prakasam Degree College, Koyyalagudem
313 Pratibha Degree College, Gajapathinagaram
314 Pratibha Degree College, Kajukuru
315 Praveenya Institute of Marine Engineering, Modavalasa
317 Presidency Degree College, Dwaraka Nagar
318 Prism Degree College, Resapuvanipalem
319 PRISM Degree College, Resapuvanipalem
320 Priyadarshini Degree College, Jangareddygudem
321 Prof G Sundara Reddy Degree College, Salur
322 PS Raju Law College, Kakinada
323 PSN Murthy Degree College, Gollaprolu
324 PSR Murthy Degree College, Gollapalem
325 PSSR College of Arts and Science, Nellimarla
326 Punyagiri Degree College, Srungavarapukota
327 Purandeswari College of Education, Gajapathinagaram
328 PVES Degree College for Women, Bhimavaram
329 PVR Trust Degree College, Kakinada
330 Pydah College, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
331 Pydah College for Women, Resapuvanipalem
332 Pydah College of Education, Ramnagar
333 Pydah College of Pharmacy, Kakinada
334 Raghu College of Pharmacy, Bheemunipatnam
335 Raghu Degree College, Bhimili
336 Raghu Degree College, Bheemunipatnam
337 Raghu Institute of Technology, Dakamarri
338 Rajahmahendri Degree College for Women, Rajahmundry
339 Rajaiah RSRKRR College, Bobbili
340 Rajiv Gandhi Degree College, Rajahmundry
341 Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Law, Kakinada
342 Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Management Science, Kakinada
343 Rajiv Institute of Computer Technology, Tanuku
344 Rajiv Institute of Technology and Management Study, Tanuku
345 Raman Degree College, Razole
346 Ramleela Degree College, Palakonda
348 Rangumudri Degree College, Balijipeta
349 Rankireddy Pattabhi Ramaiah Degree College, Ambajipeta
350 Ravindra and Rajendra PG College, Anandapuram
351 Ravoof and Vazir Khan Memorial College of Education, Srikakulam
352 Rishi Degree College, Narsipatnam
353 RITAMS College, West Godavari
354 RK Degree College, Vizianagaram
356 RRDS Government Degree College, Bhimavaram
357 Sagar Degree College, Amadalavalasa
358 Sahiti Sai Degree College, Meliaputi
359 Sai College of Education, Kakinada
360 Sai Geetam Degree College, Srikakulam
361 Samaskara Bharathi Degree College, Sompeta
362 Samatha Degee College, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
363 Samyuktha Degree College, Gandhi Nagar
364 Sanketika Vidya Parishad Engineering College (SVPEC), Visakhapatnam
365 Santha Degree College, Visakhapatnam
366 Santhi Niketan Degree College, Aruku Valley
367 SAR College Of Education, Vizianagaram
368 Sarada Degree College, Srikakulam
369 SAS Government Degree College, Narayanapuram
370 Sasi Degree College, Undrajavaram
371 Sathabdhi Degree College, Kothapeta
372 Sathavahana Degree College, Haripuram
374 Satya Rama Degree College, Cheepurpally
375 SBGNM Degree College, Vizianagaram
376 SBSYM Degree College, Kasibugga
377 SCIM Government Degree College, West Godavari
378 SD College of Information Technology, Tanuku
379 SDS Autonomous Degree College, Shreeramnagar
380 SDVRR Degree College, Kolanka
381 SGA Government Degree College, Yellamanchili
383 Sheela Mantula Veera Suryavatamma Degree College, Nakkapalli
384 Shiridi Sai Degree College, Kasibugga
385 Shobha Memorial Degree College, Jami
386 Shri Vishnu College Of Pharmacy, Bhimavaram
387 Siddardha Degree College, Tuni
389 Siddhardha Degree College, Katrenikona
390 Siddharth Degree College, Pydiparru
391 Sir C R Reddy College for Women (SCRRCW), Eluru
392 Sir Cattamanchi Ramalinga Reddy (Autonomous) College, West Godavari
393 Sir CR Reddy College (Autonomous), Eluru
394 Sir CR Reddy College of Engineering, Eluru
395 Sir CRR College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Eluru
396 Sir Dr RBRVRN Educational Academy Mahila Degree College, Mummidivaram
397 Siriki College of Education for Women, Srungavarapukota
398 SK Degee College, Ayyannapeta
399 SKBR Degree College, Amalapuram
400 SKML College of Education, Kakinada
401 SKRS Oriental College, Palakol
402 SKSD Mahila Kalasala, Tanuku
403 SKVRR Degree College, Mogaltur
404 SKVT Degree College, Rajahmundry
405 SMBTAV and SN Degree College, Veeravasaram
406 Smt Addepalli Mahalakshmi Devi College of Education for Women, Rajahmundry
407 Smt Alluru Varahalamma Memorial Education Society, Sakhinetipalli
409 Smt Barrie Subbalaxmi Ratnam (BSR) Degree College, Rampachodavaram
410 Smt Basava Mangayamma Memorial Degree College, Allavaram
411 Smt BSR Degree College, Gokavaram
412 Smt Dasari Aravalamma Degree College, Korukonda
413 Smt Gottumukkala Saraswathi Degree College, Pippara
414 Smt JB Degree College, Rajahmundry
415 Smt Kandukuri Rajyalakshmi College for Women (SKRCW), Rajahmundry
416 Smt Kondepati Sarojini Devi Mahila Kalasala, West Godavari
417 Smt Rambha Narayanamma Memorial College of Education, Rajahmundry
418 Smt Sakunthala Devi Degree College, Polavaram
419 Smt Sumathi Memorial Degree College, Rajavommangi
420 Smt Veera Satyanarayanamma Degree College, Razole
421 SNM Degree College, Ambajipeta
422 SPACES Degee College, Tuni
423 Spoorthy Degree College, Rajam
424 Sree Chaitanya Degree College, Vizianagaram
425 Sree Chaitanya Post Graduate College, Thimmapur
426 Sree Rama Institute of Management Studies, Tanuku
427 Sree Siddhartha Degree College, Kapileswarapuram
428 Sree Vidyaa Degree College, Ramachandrapuram
429 Sri Adi Narayana Mahila Kalasala, Anakapalle
430 Sri Aditya Engineering College, Surampalem
431 Sri Alluri Bapineedi and Pendyala Ranga Rao College, Kovvur
432 Sri Ashok College of Education, Vizianagaram
433 Sri ASNM Government Degree College, Palakol
434 Sri Balaji Vidya Parishad Degree College, Gajuwaka
435 Sri Boddu Krishna Degree College, Vizianagaram
436 Sri Chaitanya College Of Education, Salur
437 Sri Chaitanya Degree College, Balaji Nagar
438 Sri Chalapati Degree College, Eluru
439 Sri Chanakya Institute of Hotel Management and Catering Technology, Gurudwar
441 Sri Dasari Narayana Rao Government College for Women, West Godavari
442 Sri Deepthi Mahila Degree College, Malikipuram
443 Sri Durga Prasad Saraf College of Arts and Sciences, Shree Ramnagar
444 Sri Gayatri Degree College, Bobbili
445 Sri GCSR College, Rajam
447 Sri Gowri Degree and Post Graduate College, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
448 Sri Gowri Degree College, Kancharapalem
449 Sri Gowtami Degree College, Jinnuru
450 Sri Gowthami Degree College, Gopalapuram
451 Sri Grandhi China Sanyasi Raju College, Rajam
452 Sri Hara Degree College, Merakamudidam
453 Sri Kadali Narayana Murthy Degree College, Malikipuram
454 Sri Kakatiya Degree College, Bhimadole
455 Sri Karibandi Subba Rao Memorial Degree College, Tallapudi
456 Sri Karibandi Subbarao Memorial College of Education, Tadipudi
458 Sri Kolla Veera Swamy Degree College, Gokavaram
459 Sri Konaseema Bhanoji Ramars College of Education, Amalapuram
460 Sri Kota Durga Mahila Degree College, Palakonda
461 Sri Krishna Degree College, Chittivalasa
462 Sri Krishna Sai Degree College, Palakonda
463 Sri Krishna Veni Degree College, Tanuku
464 Sri Kshana Mukteswara College of Education, Mukteswaram
465 Sri Lakshmi Taviti Naidu Degree College, Rajam
466 Sri Laxmi Ganapathi Degree College, Dharamapuri
467 Sri Manikanta Kannababu and Konathala Degree College, Yellamanchili
468 Sri Modamamba Degree College, Paderu
469 Sri Murali Krishna Degree College, Gopalapatnam
470 Sri Nadimpalli Suryanarayana Raju Degree College, Ravulapalem
471 Sri Naraharisetty Vankata Rao College, Ainavilli
472 Sri Padmavathi Mahila Degree College, Tatipaka
473 Sri Pothula Veera Swamy Degree College (SPVS), Pithapuram
474 Sri Prathibha Degree College, Vizianagaram
476 Sri Raghavendra College of Education, Bhimavaram
477 Sri Raghavendra Degree College, Alamuru
478 Sri Raghavendra Degree College, Narsimhapuram
479 Sri Raghavendra Institute of Sciences, Bhimavaram
480 Sri Raja Rajeswari Degree College, Peddapuram
481 Sri Rama Degree College, Srikakulam
482 Sri Rama Degree College, Palakonda
483 Sri Rama Degree College, Tanuku
484 Sri Rama Institute of Computer Technology, Tanuku
485 Sri Rama Krishna Degree College, Narsapur
486 Sri Rameswari Degree College, Hiramandalam
487 Sri Ravi Degree College, Tallarevu
488 Sri Sadguru Sai Degree College, Bondapalli
490 Sri Sai Aditya Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, Surampalem
491 Sri Sai College of Pharmacy, Gajapathinagaram
492 Sri Sai Degree College, Sarubujjili
493 Sri Sai Degree College, Tanuku
494 Sri Sai Degree College, Narsipatnam
495 Sri Sai Degree College, Vizianagaram
496 Sri Sai Degree College, Therlam
497 Sri Sai Degree College, Ranastalam
498 Sri Sai Kulwant Degree College, Anakapalli
499 Sri Sai Madhavi Degree College, Thokada
500 Sri Sai Madhavi Degree College, Anaparthi
501 Sri Sai Madhavi Institute Of Engineering And Technology, Rajanagaram
502 Sri Sai Prakash Degree College, Chodavaram
503 Sri Sai Ram Degree College, Parvathipuram
504 Sri Sai Santinikethan Degree College, Ramachandrapuram
505 Sri Sai Siddartha Degree College, Gajapathinagaram
507 Sri Sai Sirisha Womens Degree College, Kasibugga
508 Sri Sai Srinivasa Degree College, Parawada
509 Sri Saketi Satyanarayana Degree College, Rajam
510 Sri Satya Sai Degree College, Bobbili
511 Sri Satya Sai Degree College, Srikakulam
512 Sri Satya Sai PG College, Kothapalli
513 Sri Satyakailas Degree College, Jiyyammavalasa
514 Sri Shiridi Sai Degree College, Balijipeta
515 Sri Shiridi Sai Degree College, Mummidivaram
516 Sri Shiridi Sai Law College, Gavarapalem
517 Sri Shiridi Sai Srinivasa Degree College, Vizianagaram
518 Sri Shiridi Sai Srinivasa Degree College, Chodavaram
519 Sri Shiridi Sai Srinivasa Degree College, Sabbavaram
521 Sri Srinivasa Degree College, Dwaraka
522 Sri Srinivasa Vidya Parishad, College Of Management Studies, Madhurawada
523 Sri Swamy Vivekananda College of Education, Visakhapatnam
524 Sri T L N Degree College, Badangi
525 Sri Uma Bharathi Degree College, Srungavarapukota
526 Sri Vani Degree College, Tadepalligudem
527 Sri Varupala Surya Rao Degree College, Yelleswaram
528 Sri Vasavi Institute of Engineering and Technology, Kanuru Village
529 Sri Vasavi Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tadepalligudem
530 Sri Vasavi Vignana Mandali Degree College, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
531 Sri Venkata Ramana College of Education, Ravulapalem
532 Sri Venkata Sai Degree College, Kotturu
533 Sri Venkata Sai Degree College, Kirlampudi
534 Sri Venkataramana Degree College, Vizianagaram
535 Sri Venkatasita Rama Degree College, Poosapatirega
536 Sri Venkateswara Arts and Science Degree College, Visakhapatnam
537 Sri Venkateswara College of Arts and Science, Amalapuram
539 Sri Venkateswara College of Pharmacy, Etcherla
540 Sri Venkateswara Degree College, Bhimadole
541 Sri Venkateswara Degree College, Therlam
542 Sri Venkateswara Degree College, Veeraghattam
543 Sri Venkateswara Degree College, Kotturu
544 Sri Venkateswara PG College, Eluru
545 Sri Venkateswara Vidya Parishad Degree College, Madhurawada
546 Sri Vidya Arts and Science Degree College, Makavarapalem
547 Sri Vidya Degree College, Narisipatnam
548 Sri Vidya Degree College, Chintalapudi
549 Sri Viswajyothi Degree College, Tekkali
550 Sri Vivekananda Degree College, Kasimkota
551 Sri Vivekananda Degree College, Srungavarapukota
552 Sri YN College, Narsapur
553 Sri YN College of Education, Narsapur
554 Srinivasa Institute of Management Studies, Madhurawada
555 Srinivasa Rao College of Pharmacy, Pothinapalem
556 SRKR Engineering College, Bhimavaram
557 SRNM College of Education, Rajahmundry
558 SRR Degree College, Peddapuram
560 SRVBSJB Maha Ranee College, Peddapuram
561 SSR Degree College, Srikakulam
562 SSS Degree College, Gantyada
563 St Anns College of Pharmacy, Vizianagaram
564 St Anns Degree College, Malkapuram
565 St Johns College of Education, Eluru
566 St Josephs College for Women (Autonomous), Visakhapatnam
568 St Josephs Degree College for Women (Autonomous), Gnanapuram
569 St Mary Stella College of Education, Tadepalligudem
570 St Marys Centenary College of Education, Gnanapuram
571 St Marys College of B Pharmacy, Peddapuram
572 St Marys College of Education, Cheepurupalli
574 St Marys Nirmala Hrudaya Mahila College, Gowripatnam
575 ST Naidu Degree College, Kotapadu
576 St Vincent DE Paul Degree College, Eluru
577 St Xaviers Degree College, China Mushidivada
578 Sun Degree College, Kotniveedhi
579 Surya Degree College for Women, Jangareddygudem
580 Surya Teja Degree College, Chapara
581 Suryaraya Degree College, Pithapuram
582 SV Arts and Science Degree College, Kotharoad
583 SV Degree College, Parvathipuram
584 SV Kishore Chandradeo Degree College, Kurupam
585 SVD Government Degree College for Women, Nidadavole
586 SVJ Degree College, Kaviti
587 SVJV Sanskrit College, Kovvur
588 SVKP and Dr KS Raju Arts and Science College, Penugonda
589 SVLNS Government Degree College, Bheemunipatnam
590 SVRK Degree College, Eluru
591 SVRK Government Degree College (Men), Nidadavole
592 SVSS Arts and Science College, Attili
593 SVVSS Devasthanam Degree College, Annavaram
594 Swamy Vivekananda Degree College, Old Gajuwaka
595 System Degree College, Ponduru
596 Thammi Naidu Degree College, Palakonda
597 Thammi Naidu Degree College, Santhakaviti
599 Thandra Paparaya Degree College, Bobbili
600 The Amalapuram Degree College, Amalapuram
601 Triveni Degree College, Jangareddygudem
602 TSR and TBK Degree College, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
603 TSR and TBK Degree College Old Gajuwaka, Visakhapatnam
604 TSR and TBK Womens Degree College Old Gajuwaka, Visakhapatnam
605 Uday Degree College, Jami
606 UK Degree College, Tedepalligudem
608 Ushodaya Degree College, Chodavaram
609 Vagdevi Degree College, Kothavalasa
611 Vamsadhara Degree College, Challavanipeta
612 Vamsadhara Degree College, Kotabommali
613 Veeravalli College of Law, Rajahmundry
614 Veeravalli Vidya Sunder POST GRADUATE College, Rajahmundry
615 Velangi Degree College, Velangi
616 Venkata Ramana College of Education, Rajahmundry
617 Vidwan Degree College, Bobbili
618 Vidyaardhi Degree College, Anakapalli
619 Vidyaardhi Degree College, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
620 Vidyadhari Degree College, Srikakulam
622 Vignan Institute of Science and Arts, Mandapeta
623 Vignana Bharathi Mahila Degree College, Dabagardens
624 Vijnana Nilayam Degree College, Eluru
625 Vikas Degree College, Nidadavolu
626 Vikas Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Korukonda
627 Vinuthna Degree College, Rajavommangi
628 VIPS Degree College, Venkojipalem
629 Visakha Government Degree College for Women Dabagardens, Visakhapatnam
630 Visakha Institute For Professional Studies, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
631 Visakha Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Madhurawada
632 Viswa Teja Degree College, Penugonda
633 Viveka Vardhani Bhaskar Degree College, Seethanagaram
634 Vivekananda Degree College, Narsipatnam
635 VJs College of Pharmacy, Rajahmundry
636 VKV Government Degree College, Kothapeta
637 VS Lakshmi Womens College PG College, Kakinada
638 VS Reddy Rural Degree College, Rayavaram
639 VSK Degree College, Bhimavaram
640 VSM College of Engineering, Ramachandrapuram
641 VSM Degree College, Ramachandrapuram
642 VSR Institute of Computer Education, Eluru
643 VV Giri Government Degree College, Dumpagadapa
644 VVRL Kanaka Mahalaxmi Degree College, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag Waltair)
646 VVS Degree College, U.Kothapalli
648 Yalamarthy College of Education, Tarluwada
649 Yalamarty Pharmacy College Anandpuram, Visakhapatnam
650 Yanamadala College of Education, Srungavarapukota
652 Yerramsetti Rajyalakshmi College of Arts Science and Technology, Samalkot
653 YSR and BS Degree College, Tadepalligudem

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