Andhra University APRCET Ph.D & M.Phil 2018 Exam Results
Andhra University was constituted in the year 1926 by the Madras Act of 1926.
Andhra University is one of the ancient educational institutions in the country, and it is also the first to be conceived as a residential and teaching-cum-affiliating University, mainly devoted to post-graduate teaching and research.
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.
University Offers 313 Courses in Arts, Commerce, Management, Science & Technology, Engineering, Law, Pharmacy, and Education. The University has five constituent colleges and four AU Campuses.
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.
There are 365 affiliated colleges spread across five districts under the territorial jurisdiction of Andhra University. The enrolment in Affiliated Colleges is about one Lakh. A
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