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ANDHRA UNIVERSITY COMMON ENTRANCE TEST - 2011 (AUCET - 2011)

ADMISSION INFORMATION BROCHURE


I. GENERAL:
1. Directorate of Admissions, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam invites applications for admission through
Andhra University Common Entrance Test (AUCET)-2011 into various Science, Arts, Law , Pharmaceutical
& Engineering courses offered in Campus Colleges of Adikavi Nannaya University (AKNU), Rajahmundry,
Andhra University (AU), Visakhapatnam, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University (BRAU), Srikakulam, P.G Centres,
and Colleges affiliated to AU & B.R.A.U offering P.G. Courses for the academic year 2011-2012.
2. Candidates seeking admission into various courses of study for which tests are conducted (See Appendix
– I) should appear for AUCET-2011.
3. Candidates who have already passed their qualifying degree examination or who have appeared / are
appearing for the annual examination in 2011 only are eligible for AUCET-2011. Supplementary candidates
of 2011 are not eligible.
4. Eligibility criteria for different courses and the different Tests to be conducted are given in Appendices-I
* Candidates from other recognised universities are considered for admission into PG Arts and Science
courses only if they possess a three year Bachelor Degree of 10+2+3 or 12+3 or 11+1+3 pattern, with the
prescribed minimum percentage of marks, unless otherwise specified. Bachelor Degree candidates from
distance education without 10+2+3 pattern are also eligible for admission into P.G. Courses.
* Eligibility criteria for admission into various PG Arts and Science courses is with reference to the
Common Core Scheme offered by the respective universities. Where group subjects (part-II) of degrees
of other Universities do not have subjects of equal weightage, the subject enjoying the highest weightage
shall be considered as the main, for the purpose of deciding the eligibility. Bachelor degrees of B.A./
B.Sc./B.Com./B.A.Litt. and B.L. from universities other than AP should be recognised by the respective
university as equivalent thereto.
5. The requirement for admission into all Science and Pharmaceutical Courses offered by these universities
is a minimum aggregate of 50% marks in Group Subjects (Part II) of the qualifying examination unless or
otherwise specified. For SC and ST candidates, a minimum aggregate of 45% marks in group subjects
(Part II) is sufficient.
6. The requirement for Arts and Commerce and Law courses is generally a pass in the appropriate qualifying
degree, except in the case of admission into M.A./M.Sc. Quantitative Economics; M.Ed./M.A. Adult
Education. M.Sc. Anthropology, 5 - Year Integrated MS Programme courses and 5-Year Integrated Dual
Degree Programs (B.E.+ M.E. and B.Tech + M.Tech which, the requirement is a minimum aggregate of
50% marks in group subjects (Part-II) in the qualifying examination (B.Sc/ 10+2 or 11+1.) and for SC& ST
candidates, a minimum aggregate of 45% marks in the group subjects (Part-II) is required.
7. ALLOWING A CANDIDATE FOR AUCET-2011 DOES NOT GUARANTEE A RIGHT OF ADMISSION INTO
THE COURSE OF STUDY. A candidate must satisfy the eligibility criteria as given in Appendix-I. Candidates
allowed to take the entrance test and subsequently getting seats by furnishing false information are liable
for prosecution and cancellation of seats without notice. The decision of the admitting authority is final.
8. Candidates are advised to go through the information Brochure carefully and claim admission under
appropriate categories of reservation by filling in the relevant boxes with appropriate code numbers in both
Computer Data Sheet and Application form. Requests for inclusion or change of test, test centre and / or
reservation category(ies) once claimed will not be entertained for change under any circumstances. The
applications will be processed as per the claims of the candidates only and the admissions will be
subject to the validity of their claims.
9. Candidates who have already completed one P.G. course or one Professional Degree course and who are
now seeking admission into second P.G. or professional course respectively will not be provided hostel
accommodation and will not be considered for any type of scholarship whatsoever, as per G.O.s. in force.
10. Candidates who have already studied / are studying a P.G. course are not eligible to write the test leading
to admission into the same course. Such candidates are liable for disciplinary action.
11. The concerned university reserves the right to fill or not to fill the seats earmarked for a particular course on
administrative reasons. All admissions are purely provisional and the concerned university reserves the
right to cancel the admission at any stage. Further it also reserves the right to run or not to run a particular
course depending on the number of candidates joined in it. A minimum of 10 candidates should join in
any course under Self Finance or Payment streams to run it.

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12. MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION IN ALL P.G. COURSES EXCEPT LANGUAGES OFFERED WILL BE IN
ENGLISH. HENCE THE CANDIDATES SHALL WRITE THEIR SUBSEQUENT EXAMINATIONS AFTER
ADMISSION IN ENGLISH ONLY.
13. All disputes pertaining to AUCET-2011 shall fall within the courts jurisdiction of Visakhapatnam only.
14. Information regarding P.G. courses offered by universities and affiliated colleges and no.of seats are given in
Appendix-III.
II. HOW TO APPLY:
1. Applications can be had from the sale counters. Candidates have to submit a separate printed
set of application for each test. Candidates applying for BFA. course offered in AU should pay an
additional amount of Rs. 300/- towards Practical fee in the form of D.D. drawn in favour of the Director,
AUCET-2011, Directorate of Admissions, Visakhapatnam on any nationalised bank payable at
Visakhapatnam. The name of the applicant and application No. should be written on the reverse side of
the D.D. The fee once paid will not be refunded.
2. Candidates seeking admission into any Course offered without entrance test should also apply to the
Director, AUCET - 2011, Directorate of Admissions in the prescribed Application form, separately for each
course, unless and otherwise specified.
3. The candidates need not apply again for admission into University Colleges, P.G. Centres, and Colleges
affiliated to AU, AKNU and BRAU except for minority institutions.
4. The duly filled-in application should be accompanied with attested copies of the following certificates:
(i) Date of birth extract from SSC/ICSE/CBSE/Matriculation certificate.
(ii) Supporting evidence for claims of reservation under SC, ST, LBC, EBC, PH, NCC, Sports, NSS,
Children of Armed Personnel (CAP) category and minorities.
III. LAST DATE FOR RECEIPT OF FILLED-IN APPLICATIONS:
1. Application forms completed in all respects should reach the Director, AUCET-2011, Directorate of
Admissions, Visakhapatnam (only in the cover provided with the application clearly writing the test number,
test name and test centre) by registered post or in person before 5:00 p.m on or before 30-03-2011.
2. Office of Directorate of Admissions is not responsible for the non-receipt of applications sent by post or
by courrier or late receipt of applications due to postal delay or for any reason whatsoever.
IV. LATE APPLICATIONS:
Applications received after the last date 30-03-2011 will be treated as late applications and shall be
accepted only on a payment of late fee of Rs.500/- through D.D. in favour of the Director, AUCET-2011,
Directorate of Admissions upto 5:00 p.m on 08-04-2011. Applications will also be accepted with a
fine of Rs.1,000/- up to 5:00 p.m on 20-04-2011. (Candidates applying during this period will be
alloted Visakhapatnam centre only.)
INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL BE SUMMARILY REJECTED.
V. HALL-TICKETS:
1. Hall-Tickets will be sent to candidates under certificate of posting 10 days before the date of commencement
of Entrance Test. In case of non-receipt of hall-ticket in time, candidates are advised to contact the
Directorate of Admissions at Tel No. (0891) 2573441 or 2706928 two days before the test date.
2. The hall-ticket should be retained by the Candidate carefully as it has to be produced at the
time of admission.
3. Duplicate hall-ticket can be obtained by a candidate from the Directorate of Admissions or Chief
Superintendent of the concerned test centres during the office hours only, one day before the
commencement of Entrance Test, on production of: (i) one attested passport size photograph, (ii) Cash/
Demand Draft for Rs.100/- drawn in favour of the Director, AUCET-2011, Directorate of Admissions,
Andhra University, Visakhapatnam.
VI. TEST CENTRES:
AUCET-2011 will be conducted at the following Test Centres:
01. VISAKHAPATNAM 02. SRIKAKULAM 03. VIZIANAGARAM 04. KAKINADA 05. RAJAHMUNDRY
06. ELURU 07. BHIMAVARAM 08. VIJAYAWADA 09. GUNTUR.
a. Candidate should mention the Centre code and name of his / her choice in both Computer Data Sheet
and Application Form. Candidate applying for more than one Test is advised to opt for the same Centre
as there is a likelihood of clash of dates and timings. Request for change of Test Centre and Subject
opted by the candidate in the Application Form will not be considered under any circumstances.

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b. When the number of registered candidates for any test are below 200, the test will be conducted
at Visakhapatnam centre only. Andhra University reserves the right to: (i) allot a Centre other than the
candidate’s choice, (ii) conduct or not to conduct any test and (iii) cancel a Test/Test - Centre based on
the number of candidates opted for the Test / Test Centre.
c. When the number of applications are less than the number of seats for any test , the test will not be
conducted and admissions will be made based on the marks obtained in qualifying degree.
d Tests for 5 - Year Integrated Dual degree programmes will be conducted at 01. VISAKHAPATNAM,
08. VIJAYAWADA, TEST CENTERS ON 15-05-2011.
VII. TEST PROCEDURE:
1. The Syllabi for the entrance test is placed in the Andhra University website www.andhrauniversity.info/doa
2. Candidates are advised to come to the Examinationhall at least half-an hour before the commencement
of the Test.
3. Candidates will not be admitted into the examination hall without hall-ticket or after the commencement
of the Test. They will not be allowed to leave the examination hall before the stipulated time.
4. Calculators, pagers, cell phones, books, papers, logarithm tables, slide-rule or any other calculating aids
are NOT ALLOWED into the Examinationhall.
5. Candidates should answer on the candidate specific ( with candidate name, HAll Ticket Number and
photo) OMR ANSWER SHEET only.
6. The Chief Superintendent of the testcentre can take disciplinary action on candidates involved in indiscipline,
malpractice, impersonation, etc., and the answer scripts of such candidates will not be valued.
VIII. RANK:
1. All candidates appeared for the Entrance Test will be awarded AUCET-2011 test-wise Rank as per marks
secured in the test appeared. EACH WRONG ANSWER ENTAILS A DEDUCTION OF 1/4 MARK.
2. In case of a tie between candidates securing the same marks in a test, the order of merit will be decided
on the basis of marks obtained in Part-A of the Test. In case of a further tie, the marks obtained by the
candidate in Part-B shall be taken into account. If the tie continues, the date of birth of the candidate
shall be taken into account, with priority to older candidate.
3. Rank card will be sent to the candidates under certificate of posting. A duplicate Rank card can be
obtained at Directorate of Admissions, Visakhapatnam on payment of Rs.100/- in cash or by D.D. in
favour of the Director, AUCET-2011, Directorate of Admissions, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam
by furnishing a copy of the hall-ticket.
IX. ADMISSION INFORMATION:
1. Admission shall be based on the AUCET-2011 Rank, subject to the fulfillment of eligibility criteria as given
in Appendix- I. For courses, colleges and no. of seats Appendix - II & Appendix - III may be referred.
2. The venue and admission schedule will be intimated along with the rank cards and also will be made
available in the web sites of the concerned universities, accordingly and also will be available in the
website (website www.andhrauniversity.info/doa and www.brau.in).
3. The university shall not be responsible for either non-receipt or delayed receipt of communications in this
regard.
4. Information regarding college-wise, course-wise and reservation category-wise seat distribution and fee
structure will be made available by the respective universities after declaration of AUCET-2011 results on
the respective web sites (www.andhrauniversity.info/doa and www.brau.in).
5. At the time of admission candidates should produce the following original certificates in support of the
qualification and reservations claimed in the application for verification. If the candidate gets admission
into a particular course he should submit a set of xerox copies along with a draft for the requisite amount
of fees drawn on any Nationalised Bank in the name of Admission Account, Directorate of Admissions,
Andhra University and payable at Visakhapatnam.
(i) AUCET-2011 Rank card & Hall Ticket.
(ii) Degree / Provisional Pass Certificate.
(iii) Consolidated Marks statement of the Qualifying Examination.
(iv) Transfer and Conduct Certificate from the institution where the candidate last studied. Candidates
who have completed / studied already or discontinued and seeking admission to second PG or
professional course should submit TC relating to first PG course only. Duplicate TC relating to UG /
PG degree should be accompanied by proper evidence of loss of original TC, police complaint.
Candidates submitting false TC are liable for cancellation of seat at any stage and are liable for
prosecution.
(v) Migration Certificate, (for other Universities)

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(vi) Date of Birth Certificate (SSC/Matriculation or equivalent Certificate).
(vii) Study Certificates for the last seven years or Residence Certificate for preceeding seven years of the
qualifying examination.
(viii) Intermediate original certificate.
(ix) Integrated Community Certificate issued by the competent authority in case of SC/ST/BC/EBC/ Minority
candidates.
(x) Valid latest income certificate issued by M.R.O./ Thasildar if fee concession is claimed (the validity of
income certificate is for one year from the date of issue).
(xi) 4 recent passport size Photos.
(xii) Candidates opting for admission under NCC/Sports/CAP/PH/NSS quota shall produce relevant original
certificate, in addition to the above.
(xiii) Physical fitness certificate from a Asst. Civil Surgeon.
(xiv) One set of Photostat copies of all the above certificates.
6. Once the admission procedure is completed, including fee payment the admitted candidate will get all
his/her Original certificates back except T.C., C.C. and Migration certificate.
7. (a) The concerned university reserves the right to deny entry into AUCET-2011 if the University finds the
antecedents of the candidate are bad. If the University finds the antecedents of the candidates are
bad subsequent to the appearance of AUCET-2011, his/her rank can be cancelled and the candidate
can be denied admission into any program under AUCET-2011 or admission can be cancelled even if
admission is given
(b) All the admissions are purely provisional and the university concerned reserves the right to cancel the
admission at any stage.
8. Guidelines for admission:
a) Admission will be given to only those students who submit C.C, T.C, P.C. and D.D. at the time
of counseling. Without any of these certificates admission will not be given.
b) The conversion of reserved / special category seats into other category will not be made in the first
phase.
c) The student has to select the course of study at the time of counselling for admission. Sliding from one
college to another college or from one course to another course in the same test will not be allowed in
the first phase. However, sliding is allowed to a candidate joined in a particular course of one test to
another course of a different test as per rank order in first counselling if any. An amount of Rs.300/- has
to be paid for every sliding.
d) Candidates who did not claim their reservation / special category at the time of submission of their
applications will also be allowed under that particular category subject to production of original
certificates.
e) If seats under Other States quota in M.Sc. Agricultural Biotechnology, M.Sc. Coastal Aquaculture and
Marine Biotechnology, M.Sc. Space Physics, M.Sc. (Tech.) VLSI Design and M.Sc. (Tech.) DSP &
ESD are not filled they shall be converted to regular seats under open category.
f) Cancellation of seats: Cancellation of seats will be made with 90% refund of total fee prescribed
before completion of first phase of counseling and 80% refund of the total fee prescribed before
completion of second phase counseling and with no fee refund after second phase of counseling.
g) Late comers for the counseling on the scheduled date will be considered for counseling only for the
remaining available seats.
9(a) For 5 - year Integrated, Dual Degree Programmes: ( With Entrance Test Apendex-II for Syllabus )
a) Admissions into B.E. +M.E./B.Tech. +M.Tech. 5 Year Integrated Dual Degree, P.G. Degree Programmes
will be processed as per rank order obtained in the Entrance Test conducted by Directorate of
Admissions, A.U.
b) The Candidates admitted into these Programmes will be awarded B.E. +M.E./B.Tech. +M.Tech.
Degrees after successful completion of 5-Year course.
c) The Programmes will be run in semester pattern with internal assessment and continuous evaluation
in practicals.
d) There will be no provision for the students to discontinue at the end of 3rd or 4th year to claim an
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9(b) Twinning Programmes :
(i) B.Engg. - Aircraft Engineering : A 4-year twinning program with Perth College, UK. (With
Entrance Test - Appendix-II for Syllabus):
a) This program is introduced to facilitate direct entry to second year of the B.Engg. - Aircraft Engineering
course at Perth College, U.K, and to encourage collaborative activity with it.
b) Admission into this course will be processed as per the rank order obtained in the entrance test
conducted by Directorate of admissions, A.U.
c) Under this program, students will take instructions for first two semesters at A.U. and the remaining
at Perth University, U.K
d) Each candidate must qualify in IELTS/TOEFL examination and submit the score before the end of first
semister.
e) Fee Per year is 4050 , 6200 & 6800 (UK Pounds for the First, Second and Third Years Respectively.
(ii) B.E. Electromechanical Engineering : A 4 -year twinning program with Group-T University
of Belgium. (With Entrance Test - Apendix-II for Syllabus):
a) This Twinning Programme is jointly offered by Andhra University and Group-T University of Belgium.
b) Admission into this course will be given as per the rank order obtained in the entrance test conducted
by the Directorate of admissions, A.U.
c) The Candidate will study first and second years in the Department of Mechnaical Engineering, Andhra
University and third and fourth years in the Group-T University of Belgium (Europe.)
d) B.E. Degree will be awarded by both the Universities after successful completion of the 4-year course.
e) Fee is tentatively fixed at Rs. 2.0 Lakhs per year.
10. Master of Finance & Control :
a) M.F.C (Master of Finance and Control) Programme, sponsored by a renowned MNC, Capital IQ, it is
offered by the Department of Commerce & Management Studies, Andhra University with industry
integration. MFC Programme is designed with 100% placement opportunities to the successful
candidates. Live projects, summer intermship with stipend and regular interface with the practitioners
in the industry are the unique features of the programme. Semester wise performance based Merit
Scholarship will be awarded by capital IQ to provide partial financial assistance.
b) For MFC course Admission will be made on the basis of 1) Admission Test, 2) Group Discussion and
3) Personal Interview. The selected candidates have to sign 2 year service agreement with Capital IQ
at the time of admission into the MFC course.
11. General Regulations during study of the course:
a) As per the UGC guidelines all Candidates admitted into the various courses of study are required to
put in a minimum of 75% of class room attendance. Candidates not securing a minimum of 75%
attendance should repeat the course. The name of a student who continuously remains absent for a
period of 10 days from the date of admission without valid reason and intimation to the concerned
Head of the department shall be removed from the rolls.
b) Candidates admitted into full-time (day) courses should not undertake any assignment /employment
or study of any other course simultaneously (except evening diploma course where he/she has to get
no objection certificate) and any violation leads to cancellation of admission.
c) Payment of residential scholarships in respect of eligible students of all reserved categories is conditional
on their putting a minimum attendance of 75% in the college in each quarter. If the candidate puts in
less than 75% of attendance for valid reasons, he/she shall be paid scholarship in proportion to the
attendance. Those who are absent themselves without valid reasons will not be paid any scholarship.
d) Examinations shall be conducted at the end of each Semester. No supplementary examination will
be conducted.
e) RAGGING in any form by any student will make him/her liable for expulsion/punishment as per A.P.
Ragging Act 26 of 1997 and subsequent Supreme Court verdict.
f) Only limited Hostel accommodation is available. Hostel admission is subject to the rules in force
from time to time. Candidates under self-finance category will be considered for hostel accommodation
subject to availability of seats only after accommodating students under regular category. With a
different Hostel fee structure.
12. RESERVATION OF SEATS:
Admission into various courses of study shall be made on the basis of AUCET-2011 Rank and eligibility
criteria subject to the rule of reservation as detailed below:
A. LOCAL CANDIDATES:
In every course of study 85% of the available seats are reserved in favour of the Local Candidates from the
districts of Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam, East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna, Guntur
and Prakasam belonging to Andhra University area and students from Kurnool Silver Jubilee College and
Sri Padmavathi Mahila Viswavidyalayam (Tirupathi).

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1. A candidate shall be regarded as a local candidate in relation to a local area (AU/OU/SVU);
1.1 If he/she has studied in an educational institution or educational institutions in such local area for a
period of not less than four consecutive academic years ending with the academic year in which he/she
appeared or first appeared in the relevant qualifying examination as the case may be; OR
1.2 Where, during the whole or any part of the four consecutive academic years in which he/she appeared,
or first appeared in the relevant qualifying examination, he/she has not studied in any educational institutions,
if he/she resided in that local area for a period of not less than four years immediately preceeding the date
of commencement of the relevant qualifying examination in which he/she appeared, or first appeared, as
the case may be.
2. A candidate who is not regarded as local candidate under clause (1.1) above in relation to any local area
shall be regarded as a local candidate of AU/OU/SVU.
2.1 If he/she has studied in the educational institutions in the state for a period of not less than seven
consecutive academic years ending with the academic year in which he/she appeared or first appeared
for the relevant qualifying examination as the case may be, be regarded as a local candidate in relation to
(i) Such local area where he/she has studied for the maximum period out of the period of seven years;
or (ii) Where the period of his/her study in two or more local areas is equal, such local area where he/she
studied last in such equal periods; OR
2.2 If during the whole or any part of the seven consecutive academic years ending with the academic
year in which he/she appeared or first appeared for the relevant qualifying examinations, he/she not
studied in the educational institutions, in any local area, but has resided in the State during the whole of
the said period of seven years, be regarded as a local Candidate in relation to (i) Such local area where
he/she has resided for the maximum period out of the said period of seven years; or (ii) Where the
period of his/her residence in two or more local areas is equal, such local area where he she has resided
last in such equal periods.
Candidates claiming reservation under local category should submit the relavent certificate by
downloading the appropriate proforma from the website www.andhrauniversity.info/doa).
3. The remaining 15% of unreserved seats can be competed by the categories mentioned below:
a) All candidates defined as “Locals” of Andhra University area, and
b) The following categories of candidates who are defined as “Non-locals” for the present purpose: (i) All
candidates, who are locals for Osmania and Sri Venkateswara University areas. (ii) Candidates who
have resided in the State of Andhra Pradesh for a total period of ten years, excluding periods of study
outside the State; or either of whose parents have resided in the State for a period of ten years
excluding periods of employment outside the State. (iii)Candidates who are spouses/children of those
in the employment of the State or Central Government, Public Sector Corporations, Local Bodies,
Universities, Educational Institutions recognised by the Government and similar State or quasi
Government Institutions within the State. A Certificate to that effect from the Head of the Institution or
Department should be enclosed.
B. OTHER CATEGORIES OF RESERVATION:
The allocation of percentage of seats as detailed below is as per G.O.M.S.No.184, Education (EC-2)
Department, dt. 20-8-1993, and G.O.M.S.No.116 SW(CV-1) dt. 10-12-1999 as amended uptodate:
(a) Scheduled Castes (SC):15%; Scheduled Tribes (ST): 6%; Listed Backward Classes (BC: 29%, A-
7%, B-10%, C-1%, D-7% and E-4%)
(b) NCC: 1%; Sports: 0.5%; Children of Armed Forces Personnel (CAP): 2% of seats be filled by horizontal
method of reservation.
(c) PH: 3% of seats be filled by following horizontal method of reservation. In the absence of suitable PH
candidates in the respective categories, these seats will be filled-in with other candidates of the same
category.
(d) 33.33% of the seats in each course shall be reserved in favour of women candidates in each
category. This rule of reservation shall not be applicable if women candidates selected on merit in
each category form 33.33% or more of the seats therein. In the absence of eligible women candidates
in categories of SC, ST, BC Groups A, B, C, D, E, CAP, NCC, PH and Sports, those seats will be filled
in with men candidates of the same category. (G.O.M.S.no.184, dt. 20-8-1993);
(e) The number of seats reserved under various categories shall be calculated on the total seats available
in the respective units given below as per the existing rules of the respective universities: If there is
any fraction in the calculation of seats under reservation for various categories, it should be rounded
off to the nearest number without affecting the sanctioned strength.
i) All Science courses offered by respective university campus colleges and P.G.Centers are taken
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ii) All Science courses offered by all colleges under the Government and Private management affiliated
to AU & BRAU are taken as one unit each.
iii) All Arts courses offered by campus colleges/PG Centers of the respective universities are taken
as one unit each.
iv) All Arts Courses offered by all colleges under the Government and Private management affiliated
to AU & BRAU are taken as one unit each.
v) 5 year Integrated MS Programmes offerred in AU,Campus colleges are taken as one unit each.
(f) 1% supernumerary seats in each course are available in A.U. Campus to candidates belonging to AU
NSS candidates. The selection of the candidates for the NSS categories will be made under the
following three categories i.e., A, B, C.
“A” Grade:The volunteer should fulfill the Tasks and Targets of two years service along with Special
Camp participation and represented the Nation in the International Event in NSS activities OR recipient of
Indira Gandhi National NSS Award OR participant in the Republic Day Parade Camp in New Delhi.
“B” Grade:The volunteer should fulfill the Tasks and Targets of Two years service along with Special
Camp participation and participated in the National Integration Camp. Pre-R.D. Camp, Inter-Collegiate
Camp, Youth Leadership Training Camp winners of the district, University Youth Festivals, recipients of
District/University level NSS Best Service Awards.
“C” Grade:The volunteer should fulfill the Tasks and Targets of two years service and participation
in the Special Camping Programme.
(g) 5% supernumerary seats in each course are available in Campus colleges of the participating
Universities to candidates belonging to Other States. To consider a candidate under Other States
category, the candidate should have studied in any state other than A.P. and be a native of a place
outside A.P.
(h) 15% supernumerary seats are available in Campus colleges of the participating Universities Colleges
to Foreign students in each course as per the D.O.No.F.1-30/94 (CPP-11) of UGC subject to their
eligibility. Such candidates need not appear for the Entrance Test. Their applications will be considered
under separate fee structure applicable to foreign students.
C. PROCEDURE FOR ADMISSION TO RESERVED SEATS:
(i) SC, ST and LBC (A, B, C, D, E) seats will be filled as per the order of merit (Rank) in each category.
(ii) In case of special reservation, University will constitute expert committees with competent
authorities and they will fix the priority.

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APPENDIX-I:

COURSES OFFERED AND ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION


(All P.G. Courses are of two years duration unless & otherwise specified)

Test Code
Name Course Code & Name Eligibility

Test No. 101 COURSES WITH TEST B.Sc./B.Sc. (Vocational) Chemistry/ Biochemistry
Biochemistry Course Code : 10101
as one of the three subjects (as main wherever
M.Sc. Biochemistry - A.U. applicable) and B.Sc. (Vocational) with Food
Science & Quality Control.
Test No. 102 Course Code : 10201 B.Sc./B.Sc. (Vocational) with any two of the following
Biotechnology M.Sc. Biotechnology - A.U. subjects: Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Botany,
Zoology, Chemistry, Microbiology, Env. Sciences,
Course Code : 10202
Human Genetics,Fisheries, Aquaculture and
Mathematics, B.Sc. (Vocational) with Food Science
M.Sc. Biotechnology -B.R.A.U..
& Quality Control.

Course Code : 10203 B.Sc./B.Sc. (Vocational) with any two of the following
M.Sc.Agricultural Biotechnology (4 subjects: Botany, Biotechnology, Microbiology,
Seats*) offered in department of
Biochemistry, Horticulture, Agriculture, Forestry,
Genetics, Chemistry, Environmental Sciences, Seed
Botany, A.U.
Technology, Zoology, B.Sc. (Vocational) Food Science
and Quality control. or 4 years B.Sc. (Agriculture).
Course Code : 10204 B.Sc. / B.Sc. (Vocational) with Chemistry and any two
M.Sc. Environmental Sciences of the Life Science Subjects as Optionals.
offered in department of Envi. B.E.M / B.Sc.(Ag) / B.Sc. (Vocational) with Food Science
Sciences, A.U. & Quality Control.
Course Code : 10701 B.Sc. with any life science subject as one of the
M.Sc. Foods, Nutrition & Dietetics - subjects in Part-II. Upto 10 seats will be filled by
A.U. offered in AU College of students qualified under Biotechnology test.
Pharmaceutical Sciences

Test No. 103 Course Code : 10301 B.Sc. Botany (as main wher ever applicable) and any
Botany M.Sc. Botany - A.U. other two science subjects including vocational
subjects.
Course Code : 10302 B.Sc./B.Sc. (Vocational) with any two of the following
M.Sc. Horticulture & Landscape subjects: Botany, Biotechnology, Microbiology,
Management - A.U. Biochemistry, Horticulture, Agriculture, Forestry,
Genetics, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Seed
Technology, Zoology, B.Sc. (Voca-tional) Food Science
and Quality control. or 4 years B.Sc. (Agriculture).
Test No. 104 M.Sc. Chemistry with the following
Chemistry specialisations - A.U.
10401 - Analytical Chemistry
10402 - Bio-Inorganic
Chemistry
B.Sc. Chemistry/Applied Chemistry (as main wherever
10403 - Environmental applicable) as one of the subjects.
Chemistry
10404 - Inorganic Chemistry
10405 - Analysis of Foods,
Drugs & Water
10406 - Organic Chemistry
10407 - Marine Chemistry
10408 - Nuclear Chemistry
10409 - Physical Chemistry
Course Code : 10410 B.Sc. Chemistry / Applied Chemistry / Industrial
M.Sc. Applied Chemistry - offered Chemistry (as main wherever applicable) as one of
in department of Engineering the subjects.
Chemistry - AUCE
Course Code : 10411 B.Sc. Degree with Chemistry as one of the major
M.Sc. Chemistry (Organic subjects
Chemistry) - A.K.N.U.
Course Code : 10412 B.Sc. Chemistry/Applied Chemistry (as main wherever
M.Sc. Chemistry (Organic applicable) as one of the subjects.
Chemistry) - B.R.A.U.

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Test Code Course Code & Name Eligibility
Name
Test No. 105 Course Code : 10501 B.Sc / B.A with any two of the following subjects: Mathemat-
Computer M.Sc. Computer Science & ics, Statistics & Computers.
Statistics offered in department
Science & of Statistics, A.U.
Statistics
Test No. 106 Course Code : 10601
Electronics M.Sc. Electronics - A.U. B.Sc., with Electronics (as main wherever applicable)
Mathematics and any other subject. B.Sc. Mathematics,
Course Code : 10602
Physics and any other subject with P.G. Diploma in
M.Sc. (Tech.) Electronics &
Instrumentation (3 years dura-
Electronics, P.G. Diploma in Instrumentation.
tion) offered in department of
Systems Design - A.U.

Course Code : 10603


M.Sc. (Tech.) VLSI Design# (20
Seats) - A.U. B.Sc. Degree with Mathematics and any two of the follow-
ing five subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Electronics, Computer
Course Code : 10604
Science and Statistics.
M.Sc. (Tech.) DSP & ESD# (20 Seats*)
(3 years duration) offered in
department of Systems Design -
A.U.

Test No.107 Course Code : 10701 B.Sc. Home Science, B.Sc. (Vocational) Food Science &
Foods, M.Sc. Foods, Nutrition & Qualify control and B.Sc. with Nutrition as one of the
Dietetics - AU College of subjects. Upto 15 seats will be filled by students qualified
Nutrition & Pharmaceutical Sciences under Foods, Nutrition & Dietetics test.
Dietetics
Test No. 108 Course Code : 10801
M.Sc Geography- B.A Stream A.U. B.A. with Geography as one of the subjects
Geography
Course Code : 10802 B.Sc. with any three science subjects.
M.Sc. Geography B.Sc. Stream -A.U.

Test No. 109 Course Code : 10901 B.Sc. Geology (as main wherever applicable) with any other
Geology M.Sc. Geology - A.U. two subjects.
Course Code : 10902 -- Do --
M.Sc. Marine Geology -A.U.
Course Code : 10903 B.Sc. Geology (as Main wherever applicable) with any two
M.Sc. (Tech.) Applied Geology (3 of the following subjects; Mathematics, Physics,
years duration) - A.U. Chemistry, Mineral benefication and Materials Handling.
Course Code : 10904 B.Sc. with Geology (as main wherever applicable),
M.Sc. Tech. Geology^ - B.R.A.U Mathematics and any other non-biological science subject.

Test No. 110 B.Sc. with any three of the following subjects: Botany,
Human Course Code : 11001 Zoology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Genetics, Human
M.Sc. Human Genetics - A.U. Genetics, Biotechnology, Microbiology and Medical Lab
Genetics Tech.
Test No. 111 Course Code : 11101
Marine Living M.Sc.Marine Biology
Resources and Fisheries - A.U.
Course Code : 11102
M.Sc. Coastal Aquaculture & Ma- B.Sc. Zoology (as main wherever applicable) and any other
rine Biotechnology - A.U. (5 two science subjects.
Seats*)
Course Code : 11103
M.Sc. Marine Biotechnology -
A.U.
Test No. 112 Course Code : 11201
M.Sc. Applied Mathematics -A.U.
Mathematics B.Sc. Mathematics (as main wherever applicable) with
Maths, Physical Sciences in Intermediate or 10+2 level.
Course Code : 11202
M.A./M.Sc. Mathematics - A.U.
Course Code : 11203
M.A./M.Sc. Mathematics - B.A/B.Sc.Mathematics (as main wherever applicable)
B.R.A.U.

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Test Code Course Code & Name Eligibility
Name
Test No. 113 Course Code : 11301 B.Sc./B.Sc. Vocational with a combination of any two of the
Microbiology M.Sc. Microbiology - A.U. following subjects: Microbiology, Biochemistry, Botany,
Zoology, Chemistry, Human Genetics, Environmental
Sciences, Home Science, Dairy Sciences, Fisheries, App.
Nutrition, Nutrition & Dietetics, Biotechnology, Medical Lab
Technology Public Health, Nursing, Plant Protection,
Agricultrue and Horticulture, Forestry, B.Sc. Agriculture, B.Sc.
Home Science.
Test No. 114 11401 - M.Sc.Physics - A.U
Physics 11402 - M.Sc.Space Physics - A.U
(10 Seats*)
11403 - M.Sc.Nuclear Physics-A.U B.Sc. Physics (as main wherever applicable), Mathematics
11404 - M.Sc.Meteorology-A.U
and any other subject.
11405 - M.Sc.Physical
Oceanography - A.U.
11406 - M.Sc.(Tech.) Geophysics (3
years duration)-A.U
11407 - M.Sc.Marine B.Sc. Physics (as main wherever applicable), Mathematics
Geophysics-A.U and any other non Biological Science subject.
11408 - M.Sc.Hydrology - A.U.
10601 - M.Sc.(Tech.) Electronics & B.Sc., Physics (as main wherever applicable) Mathematics
Instrumentation (3 years duration) and any other subject.
offered in department of Systems
Design - A.U.
11410 - M.Sc. Tech. Geophysics^ -
B.Sc.with Physics (as main wherver applicable),
B.R.A.U. Mathematics and any other non-biological science subject.

Test No. 115 Course Code : 11501 B.A/B.Sc. Mathematics and Statistics (with one of them as
Statistics M.Sc. Statistics - A.U. main wherever applicable) and any other subject.

Test No. 116 Course Code : 11601


M.Sc. Zoology - A.U
Zoology B.Sc./B.Sc. Vocational Zoology (as main wherever
Course Code : 11602 applicable) and any other two science subjects.
M.Sc. Anthropology offered in
department of Anthropology, A.U.
Course Code : 11603 B.Sc. Zoology (as main wherever applicable) and any
M.Sc. Fishery Science - A.U other two science subjects / B.Sc. with Aquaculture,
Fisheries and Industrial Fisheries.
Course Code : 11604
M.Sc. Animal Biology & Biotech - B.Sc. with any Branch of life sciences.
A.K.N.U
Test No. 117 Course Code : 11701 B.Sc. with any two of the following subjects under Part-II:
M.Sc. Geoinformatics - A.K.N.U. Mathematics, Physics, Geology, Geography, Computer
Geoinformatics
Science, Statistics, Chemistry, Agriculture and Forestry
(Mathematics must be one of the subjects at Intermediate
if not in B.Sc).
Test No. 118 Course Code : 11801 (i) To have passed intermediate examination of state of A.P.
M.Sc.Computer Science - A.U. with Mathematics as a course of study at 10+2 level; and (ii)
Computer Three year B.Sc. degree programme of Andhra University
(2 year Evening Course)
Science with Mathematics and computer science / Three year B.C.A.
degree programme of Andhra University or an exami -
nation recognized by the Andhra University as equivalent.
Note : Evening Course is Available at A.U. College of
Engineering(A), VSP.

Test No. 201 Course Code : 20101


M.Com. -A.U. B.Com. (Including vocational and restructured courses),
Commerce
Course Code : 20102 B.B.M.
M.Com. - B.R.A.U.
Test No. 202 Course Code : 20201
Economics M.A. Appl. Economics -A.U
B.A. with Economics as one of the subjects.
Course Code : 20202
M.A. Economics - A.U.
Course Code : 20203
M.A. Economics - B.R.A.U.
B.A. with Economics as one of the subjects.

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Test Code Course Code & Name Eligibility
Name
Course Code : 20204 B.A. with Economics as one of the subjects.
M.A. Economics
PGC - AU - Kakinada
Test No. 203 Course Code : 20301 B.A./ B.Com./ B.B.M. with 50 percent of marks.
Adult & M.A. Adult & Continuing Education
- A.U.
Continuing
Education
Test No. 204 Course Code : 20401
M.A. English - A.U.
English
Course Code : 20402
M.A. English - PGC-AU-VZM
Course Code : 20403 B.A.(special English)/B.A./B.Sc./B.Com./B.A.(OL)/B.F.A./
M.A. English B.A.L.(with Part-I General English for a minimum of 200
PGC-A.U. Kakinada marks or more).
Course Code : 20404
M.A. English
PGC-A.U - Tadepalligudem
Course Code : 20405
M.A. English - B.R.A.U.

Course Code : 20406 B.A. with English major / optional with 40% of the marks
M.A. English - A.K.N.U in the subjet (or) Any Degree with English as one of the
subjects in which minimum of 50% marks in English
(or) B.Ed. with English as one of the subjects with 55%
in subject.
Test No. 205 Course Code : 20501 A pass in higher secondary course (H.S.C.) 10+2 pattern
Fine Arts B.F.A. (4 years duration) - AU or Intermediate examination or its equivalent.

Test No. 206 Course Code : 20601 Any bachelor degree in Arts, Science or Commerce with
M.A. Hindi - A.U. Hindi as one of the subjects or any bachelor degree
Hindi
holder in Arts, Science or Commerce without Hindi as
one of the subjects, but having a diploma such as Sahitya
Ratna, Bhasha Praveena or Vidwan or Equivalent to that.
Test No. 207 Course Code : 20701
B.A. with History or B.A.(O.L.) with History or B.F.A
History M.A.Ancient History &
Archaeology - A.U.

Course Code : 20702 B.A with .History or B.A.(O.L) or B.A.L.


M.A. History - A.U.
Test No. 208 Course Code : 20801
Human M.H.R.M. - A.U.
Any graduate (except B.F.A. / B.O.L.)
Resource Course Code : 20801
Managemnet M.H.R.M. - AU Campus, Kakinada

Test No. 209 Course Code : 20901 B.A./B.Com./B.Sc./B.Sc.(Home Science)/B.Sc. (Agriculture)/


Human Rights M.A.(H.R.D.) - Offered in Law B.Sc. (Nursing)/B.B.M./B.C.A./B.L. / B.A.L.
& Duties College. A.U.

Course Code : 21001


Test No. 210 B.A./B.Com./B.Sc./B.B.M./B.C.A./B.A.L./B.A.(O.L.).
Journalism & Mass
M.J.M.C Communication. - A.U.

Test No. 211 Course Code : 21101


Library & M.L.I.Sc. - A.U. B.A./B.Com./B.Sc./B.A.L./B.B.M./B.C.A./B.A.(O.L.).
Information Course Code : 21102
Sciences M.L.I.Sc. - B.R.A.U.
Test No. 212 Course Code : 21201
M.Ed. M.Ed. - A.U.
Course Code : 21202 B.Ed., B.Ed (Special Education) Degree of any University
M.Ed. - PGC - AU- VZM recognized by NCTE/RCI with 50% marks
Course Code : 21203
M.Ed. - PGC-AU-Tadepalligudem
Course Code : 21204
M.Ed. -B.R.A.U.

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Test Code Course Code & Name Eligibility
Name

Test No. 213 Course Code : 21301 B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. and B.A.(O.L.).


Philosophy M.A. Philosophy - A.U.

Test No. 214 Course Code : 21401


Politics & M.A. Political Science - A.U.
Public Course Code : 21402
M.A. Political Science Any degree general or professional or vocational or techni-
Administration PGC-AU-VZM cal awarded after a minimum study requirement.
Course Code : 21403
M.A. Political Science &
Public Administration
PGC-AU-Kakinada
Course Code : 21404
M.A.Public Administration -A.U.

Test No. 215 Course Code : 21501 B.A./ B.Sc. or B.Com.


Psychology M.A. Psychology - A.U.
Course Code : 21502 B.A./ B.Com / B.Sc./ B.Sc. (Nursing)./B.Ed. / B.B.M.
M.A. Psychology - A.K.N.U.

Test No. 217 Course Code : 21701 B.A./B.Sc./B.Com with Sanskrit or Vidya Praveena with P.O.L.
Sanskrit M.A.Sanskrit - A.U. or Bhasha Praveena with P.O.L. or B.A. (OL) with Sanskrit
or Senior P.G.Diploma in Sanskrit.
Test No. 218 Course Code : 21801
Social Work M.A. Social Work - A.U.
B.A. Social Work / Social Sciences as one of the subjects /
Course Code : 21802 B.Sc./ B.C.A. / B.Com./B.A.L./B.F.A./ B.B.M.
M.A. Social Work - B.R.A.U.
Course Code : 21803
M.A. Anthropology
(offered in department of B.A./B.Com./B.B.M./B.F.A./B.A.L.
Anthropology, A.U.)
Course Code : 21804
B.A./B.Sc./B.Com./B.L./B.F.A.
M.A. Social Work - A.K.N.U.

Test No. 219 Course Code : 21901 B.A./B.Com./B.Sc./B.Sc.(Home Science)/B.Sc. (Agriculture)


Sociology M.A. Sociology - A.U. / B.Sc. (Nursing)/B.B.M./B.C.A./B.A.L.

Test No. 220 Course Code : 22001 B.A./B.Com./B.Sc./ with Telugu as a subject of study or
Telugu M.A. Telugu - A.U. B.A.(OL) or Bhasha praveena with Part I Telugu of B.A. or
B.Com. or Bhasha Praveena with P.O.L.
Test No. 221 Course Code : 22101 Candidates who have passed B.P.Ed. of this University or
M.P.Ed. M.P.Ed. (two year course) - A.U. B.P.Ed. or B.P.E. of any other University recognized as
equivalent there to.

Test No. 223 Course Code : 22301 B.A. with Rural Development or Economics or Social Work
Rural Develop- M.A. Rural Development - B.R.A.U. or Sociology or Statistics or Public Administration as one of
ment the subjects or B.Com. B.B.M. or PGDCRS or B.Sc. (Agri)
from a recognized University.
Test No. 224 Course Code : 22401 B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Com. from a recognized University.
B.Ed. Special B.Ed. Special Education (Mental
Education Retardation) -B.R.A.U.(1 Year)

Test No. 225 Course Code : 22501


Master of Master of Finance and Control -
Finance and A.U A Pass in any Bachelor’s Degree including a pass in
Control Course Code : 22502 CA/ICWA/CS/ M.Com./MBA or equivalent thereto as rec-
Master of Finance and Control - ognized by Andhra University.
GVP

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5-YEAR INTEGRATED MS PG

Test Code Course Code & Name Eligibility


Name
Test No. 501 Course Code : 50101
A pass in Intermediate with Mathematics, Physics, Chem-
5 - Year M.S M.S. Applied Chemistry istry (MPC) / Biology, Physics, Chemistry (BiPC) or equiva-
Programs in lent as recognized by Board of Intermediate Education,
Sciences. Course Code : 50102 Andhra Pradesh with a minimum of 50% marks. In case of
M.S. Geology - A.U. SC/ST candidates a minimum pass with 45% marks in the
qualifying examination is sufficient.
50103 - M.S. Biotechnology -
A.K.N.U.

50104 - M.S. Microbiology - Intermediate or equivalent with Biology and Physics.


A.K.N.U.

50105 - M.S. Mathematics & Intermediate or equivalent with Mathematics and


Computing - A.K.N.U. Physics.

50106 - M.S. Petroleum Intermediate or equivalent with Mathematics, Physics


Exploration - A.K.N.U. and Chemistry.

Test No. 502 Course Code : 50201 A pass in Intermediate or its equivalent examination with
5 - Year M.S. M.S. Economics - A.U 50% of marks
Programs in
Arts. Course Code : 50202 A Pass with 50 percent in Intermediate or equivalent
M.S. Economics - A.K.N.U with Economics or Mathematics as one of the subjects.

Test No. 511 Course Code : 51101


5 Year B.Tech+M.Tech. Computer
Integrated Dual Science & Software Engg.
Degree Course Code : 51102
Programs. B.Tech+M.Tech. Computer
Science & Information
Technology
Course Code : 51103 10 + 2 with Mathematics, Phisics & Chemistry with mini-
B.E+M.E. Electrical Electronics mum 50% Marks.
Engineering
Course Code : 51104
B.E+M.E. Civil Engineering
Course Code : 51105
B.E+M.E. Mechanical Engineering
Course Code : 51106
B.E+M.E. Electronics &
Communications Engineering

Test No. 512 Course Code : 51201


B.Engg. Aircraft B.Engg. Aircraft Engineering
Engineering &
B.E. Electro- Course Code : 51202
mechanical B.Engg. Aircraft Engineering - 10 + 2 with Mathematics, Phisics & Chemistry with mini-
Engg (Twinning GMRIT- Rajam
Program*)
mum 50% Marks. English Medium only.
Course Code : 51203
B.E. Electro Mechanical
Engineering - AU College of
Engineering, Dept of Mechanical
Engineering - AU

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Science Courses (Without Test)

Test Code Course Code & Name


Name Eligibility
Test No. 151 Course Code : 15101 M.Sc. with 55% in Physics / Electronics / Meteorology /
M.Tech. Atmospheric Science Physical Oceanography / Mathematics / Applied
(2 Year Course) - A.U. Mathematics / Nuclear Physics.

Test No. 152 Course Code : 15201 M.Sc. with 55% in Meteorology / Physical Oceanography /
M.Tech. Ocean Sciences Physics / Electronics / Mathematics / Applied Mathematics
(2 Years Course) - A.U. / Nuclear Physics / Computer Science & Applications /
Geophysics / Environmental Science (Mathematics and
Physics at the B.Sc. level is necessary) or B.Tech./B.E. in
Civil Engg. / Mechanical Engg. / Computer Science & Engg.
/ Industrial Engg. / Electronics / Electrical Engg. /
Environmental Engg.
Test No. 153 Course Code : 15301 M.Sc./M.Sc.(Tech) Geology, Marine Geology, Applied
M.Tech. Petroleum Exploration Geology, Geophysics, Marine Geophysics, B.Tech.
(28 Seats*) (2 Years Course) Chemical / Mechanical / Petroleum Engineering /
Geoinfomatics.

Arts Courses (Without Test)

Test Code Course Code & Name Eligibility


Name
Test No. 251 Course Code : 25101 B.A. Dance / B.A./ B.Com./ B.Sc./ B.C.A. /B.E./M.B.B.S. Prefer-
M.A.Dance (Self Finance) - ence will be given to those who have passed Diploma / Cer-
A.U. tificate.
Test No. 252 Course Code : 25201 (i) Candidates with B.A.Music or B. Music or (ii) Candidate of
M.A.Music - A.U. B.A./B.Com./ B.Sc./ B.C.A./B.E./M.B.B.S. should have passed
diploma / certificate course in Music. or (iii) Any graded artist in
AIR in Carnatic Classical Music with any degree. Note: "Music"
means Carnatic Classical Music". Maximum age limit is 50
yrs.
Test No. 253 Course Code : 25301 Any graduate or any other degree recognised by Andhra Uni-
M.A. Women Studies - For versity
Women only - A.U.
B.A./B.Sc. with Mathematics (Compulsory) and any one of the
Test No. 254 Course Code : 25401
M.A./M.Sc. Quantitative
three as group subjects: Economics / Statistics/ Computer
Economics Science with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks in group
subjects/ B.E./B.Tech. with minimum of 50% aggregate.

# Vacant if any will be filled with the candidates from Physics (Test No. 114), Computer Science (Test No. 118) and Mathemat-
ics (Test No. 112) lists in that order.
^ M.Sc.(Tech.) Geology / Geophysics offered in BRAU is a flexable 3 year course. In case if the student opts for an early
graduation the student will be awarded M.Sc.Degree at the end of second year. If he qualifies in two years of study.
# Seats will be be filled on all India basis.
Note: The University has the right to offer or not to offer any of the courses notified.

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APPENDIX-II
SYLLABI FOR ENTRANCE TESTS IN SCIENCES, ARTS, COMMERCE & ENGINEERING
The syllabi prescribed hereunder for the tests are generally the same as the ones followed for B.Sc./B.Com. / B.A.
Degree under Common Core Sheme, unless otherwise specified. (2008-2011) ‘Part - A ‘ consists of III year, ‘Part
- B’ consists of II year and ‘ Part - C’ consists of I year common core B.A./B.Sc./B.Com syllabus for detailed syllabus
please visit website : www.andhrauniversity.info/doa

101. Biochemistry
Part - A Structure and functions of liver, kidney, Composition of blood, blood coagulation, Digestion and absorp-
tion of proximate principles, Biological value of proteins, protein malnutrition disorders, Chemistry and
physiological role of vitamins, Role of minerals in living systems, Structure and physiological roles of
hormones, Basic features of immune response, Lymphoid system, T and B lymphocytes, Cellular
and humoral - immunity, Classes and structure of immunoglobulin, RIA, ELISA, Vaccines. Bacteria,
Viruses, Organization of genome in prokaryotes and eukaryotes, DNA replication, transcription and
translation, Basic concepts of regulation of gene expression, principles and applications of recombi-
nant DNA technology.
Part - B Bioenergetics, Biological oxidations. Metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, amino acids and
nucleic acids. Basic principles of biochemical separation methods – paper, thin layer, ion-exchange,
affinity chromatography, gel filtration, Centrifugation, Electrophoresis - paper, polyacrylamide, agarose
gels. Basic principles of Colorimetry and spectrophotometry. Radio isotopes and their use in Biochem-
istry.
Part - C Classification chemistry and physico – chemical properties of amino acids, proteins, nucleic acids,
carbohydrates, lipids, porphyrins, PH and Buffers, Bio-membranes – composition and organization.
Principles of enzymology, classification of enzymes, nomenclature, enzyme assays, enzyme units, en-
zyme inhibition.
102. Biotechnology
Part - A Paper : III - Molecular Biology, Genetic Engineering and Immunology
Paper : III (IV) - Applications of Biotechnology
Part - B Paper : II - Biological Chemistry and Microbiology
Part - C Paper : I - Cell Biology and Genetics
103. Botany
Part - A Paper : III - Cell Biology, Genetics, Ecology and Biodiversity
Paper : IV - Physiology, Tissue Culture, Biotechnology,
Part - B Paper : II - Anatomy, Embryology, Taxonomy and Medicinal Botany
Part - C Paper : I - Microbial Diversity, Cryptogams and Gymnosperms

104. Chemistry
Part - A Paper : III - Chemistry : (I) Inorganic Chemistry, (II) Organic Chemistry , (III) Physical Chemistry
Paper : IV - Chemistry and Industry, (I) Physico Chemical methods of analysis, (II) Drugs, formulations,
pesticides and green chemistry, (III) Macromolecules, materials Science and catalysis.
Part - B Paper : II - Chemistry (I) Inorganic Chemistry, (II) Organic Chemistry , (III) Physical Chemistry ,
(IV) General Chemistry
Part - C Paper : I - Chemistry (I) Inorganic Chemistry , (II) Organic Chemistry , (III) Physical Chemistry ,
IV) General Chemistry
105. Computer Science & Statistics
Part - A Statistics: Measures of central tendency: Mean, Median and Mode. Measures of Dispersion: Range,
Quartile Deviation, Mean Deviation, Standard Deviation and Coefficient of Variation. Random Experiment,
Random Event, Elementary Events, Exhaustive Events, Mutually Exclusive Events, Independent Events.
Classical definition of Probability-Relative Frequency approach to Probability-Sample Space, Sample
Events. Addition and Multiplication Theorems. Random variable; Distribution functions, Probability
density functions, Mean and Variance of Random Variables. Theoretical discrete distributions like
Binomial, Poisson distribution-Mean and Variance of above distributions(without derivations).
Reasoning and Mental Ability: According to GMAT syllabus.
Part - B Calculus: Differentiation: Definition, Differentiation of a function at a point and on an interval. Derivative
of a function. Differentiation of Sum, Difference, Product and Quotient of function, Derivatives of Composite,
Implicit, Parametric, Inverse circular, Hyperbolic and Inverse Hyperbolic functions, Logarithmic
differentiation, Derivative of a function with respect to another function. Successive differentiation:
Leibnitz theorem; Applications of Leibnitz theorem; Applications of Differentiation: Errors and
approximations, geometrical interpretations of derivative, equations of tangent and normal at a point on
the curve ; Lengths of tangent, normal, subtangent, subnormal at a point; derivative as a rate measure;
increasing and decreasing functions; criteria for maxima and minima of functions in single variable-

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Partial differentiation of the first and second orders only. Integral Calculus : Integration as the inverse
process of differentiation-Indefinite and definite integral - standard integral covering algebric, trigonometric,
exponential and hyperbolic functions -methods of integration, substitution methods - integration by parts
- evaluation of definite integral, properties of definite integral. Reduction Formulae. Definition of ordinary
differential equations - degree and order of an ordinary differential equations - formation of differential
equation - general and particular solution and premitive - solution of first order differential equations.
Part - C Matrix Theory : Types of matrices, addition and multiplication of matrices, inverse of a matrix, determinant
of a matrix, determinant of second and third order - singular and non-singular matrices. Solution of
simultaneous linear equations in two and three variables by Cramer's rule - matrix inversion method and
Gauss Jordan method. Trigonometry : Trignometrics ratios in compound angles, trigonometric ratios of
multiple - sub multiple angles. Inverse circular functions, hyperbolic functions. Properties of triangles.
Complex numbers and De Moivre's Theorem.

106. Electronics
Part -A Paper : III - Digital Electronics and Microprocessor
Paper : IV (A) - Embedded Systems and Applications, Paper : IV (B) - Digital Design Using VHDL
Part - B Paper : II - Analog Circuits and Communications
Part - C Paper : I - Circuit Analysis and Electronic Devices.

107. Foods, Nutrition & Dietetics


Part -A Family and Community Nutrition and Principles of diet in disease and Home Science extension (Papers
3 & 5 of III year).
Part - B Nutrition, Biochemistry, Microbiology (Papers 1, 4 & 5 of II year).
Part - C Food Science and Human Physiology (Papers 1, 3 of I year).

108. Geography
Part -A Paper : III - Regional Geography of India
Paper : IV - Remote sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Part - B Paper : II - Human and Economic Geography
Part - C Paper : I - Fundamentals of Physical Geography

109. Geology
Part - A Paper : III -Paleontology, Indian Geology and Economic Geology.
Part - B Paper : II -Petrology and Structural Geology.
Part - C Paper : I -Physical Geology, Crystallography and Mineralogy.

110. Human Genetics


Part - A Paper : III -Human Population Genetics.
Part - B Paper : II -Basics of Human Biology.
Part - C Paper : I -Elements of Human Genetics and Molecular Genetics.

111. Marine Living Resources


Part - A Animal Physiology, Behaviour and Ecology & II – Principles of Aquatic Biology
Part - B I – Biology of Chordates, Genetics: Genetics & Evoluation: II – Capture Fisheries
Part - C I - Biology of Invertebrates and Cell Biology, II – Principles of Biochemistry

112. Mathematics
Part - A Paper : III - Linear Algebra and Vector Calculus
Part -B Paper : II - Abstract Algebra & Real Analysis
Part - C Paper : I - Differential Equations & Solid Geometry

113. Microbiology
Part - A Paper : III - Immunology and Medical Microbiology, Paper : IV - Applied Microbiology
Part - B Paper : II - Microbial Physiology and Genetics
Part - C Paper : I - Introductory Microbiology

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114. Physics
Part - A Paper : III - Electricity, Magnetism and Electronics & Paper : IV - Modern Physics
Part - B Paper : II - Thermodynamics and Optics
Part - C Paper : I - Mechanics and Waves and Oscillations
115. Statistics
Part - A Paper III - Applied Statistics
Part - B Paper II - Statistical Methods and Inference
Part - C Paper I- Descriptive Statistics and Probability Distributions

116. Zoology
Part - A Paper : III - Animal Physiology, Genetics & Evolution & Paper : IV - Applied Zoology
Part - B Paper : II - Biology of Chordates, Embryology, Ecology and Zoogeography.
Part - C Paper : I - Biology of Invertebrates and Cell Biology
117.Geoinformatics
Part - A Geology: Paleontology; Indian Geology; Economic Geology; Petrology; Structural Geology; Physical Geology;
Crystallography and Mineralogy. Geography: Social and Economic Geography; Principles of Physical
Geography; Regional Geography of India; Regional Geography of Asia.
Part - B Mathematics: Linear Algebra, Rings & Fields, Analysis and Groups, Differential Equations, Real
Numbers, Sequences and series.Computer Science: Programming in C; Data Structures; Systems
Software; OS, Loaders, Linkers, Macros & compilers; Windows and Unix; Programming in C++;
DBMS; Numerical Methods; Internet Technologies and Webb Commerce; Computer Graphics;
Software Engineering Data communications & computer Net Works; Visual Basic, programming in
Java and HTML. Statistics: Applied Statistics; Statistical methods & Inferences; Probability and
Distribution.
Part - C Physics: Electromagnetic & Electronics; Modern Physics, Thermodynamics and Optics; Mechanics, Waves
and Oscillations. Chemistry: Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry and Organic Chemistry. Agriculture
Forestry
118. Computer Science
Part - A Paper : III - Database Management Systems
Part - B Paper : II - Object Oriented Programming with Java and Data Structures.
Part - C Paper : I - PC Software & Programming in ‘C’

201. Commerce
Part - A Financial Accounting, Cost and Management accounting, auditing.
Part - B Business organization & management, Financial Services - Banking & Insurance, Business Law.
Part - C English vocabulary, English reading comprehension, numerical ability & data analysis.
202. Economics
Part - A Paper : III : Indian Economy
Part - B Paper : II : Macro Economics
Part - C Paper : I : Micro Economics

203. Adult & Continuing Education


Part - A Paper II - Indian History and Culture (of B.A.History) from 1526 to 1964 AD; Paper III - Regional
Geography of India (of B.A. Geography)
Part - B Paper III - Political thought (of B.A. Politics) Paper I - Economic Theory (of B.A. Economics)
Part - C Educational Philosophy, Educational Psychology, Educational Trends

204. English
Part - A Literary terms, genres , Literary Movements and Trends, Critical concepts.
Part - B Verb, Verb patterns and structures, phrasal verbs, Concord, Active and Passive Voice, Prepositions,
question tags, Articles, Synonyms and antonyms, one word substitutes, Note taking, confusables.
Part - C Comprehension - unknown poem and passage, Letter Writing, Idioms and phrases.

205. Fine Arts


1. Theory : General Knowledge in History of Arts (30 minutes - 50 marks)
2. Practical : (a) Painting (90 minutes - 50 marks); (b) Drawing(90 minutes - 50 marks);

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(c) Sculpture (90 minutes - 50 marks)
Note : The Department of Fine Arts will provide only Paper for drawing & painting and clay for sculpture
tests. Candidates are instructed to bring their own pencils, erasers, water colours, brushes, tumbler,
drawing board/pad and some instruments to work with clay. Practical Tests will be conducted on the
same day after the theory examination.
206. Hindi
Part - A History of Hindi Literature-General trends of Old, Medieval and Modern periods
Part - B 1. Hindi Gadya Sanchayan:- (i)Atma Nirbharata (ii) Mitrata (iii) Padosi (iv) Bharat Ekhai (v) Samay
per Milnevale. 2.Hindi Katha Setu:-(i) Dipti Collecteri (ii) Sakh (iii) Chief Ki dawat (iv) Kafan (v)
Rasapriya. 3. Hindi Kavya Kusum:- (i) Kabir Sakhis - (from 1-10) (ii) Surdas (Bala Leela only) (iii)
Rahim (1-10 dohas) (iv) Mithilishanan Gupta - Mathru Bhoomi (v) Sumitra-nandam Pant - Sukh-
Dukh (vi) Harivamsh Rai Bachhan - Madhushala (vii) Girijakumar Mathur - Itihas, Vikrut Satya (viii)
Dharma Veer Bharati - Thake Huae Kalakar Se.
Part - C Translation of sentences - Change of Number - Tense - gender - Correction of Sentences -
usage of 'Nae', 'Mat', 'Chahiye', Ka, Ke,Ki, Construction of Sentences, in Hindi. Phrases - their
meanings.

207. History
Part - A Paper : III : History of Modern Europe (1789-1960 AD).
Part - B Paper : II : History of India (1526 - 1964 AD)
Part - C Paper : I: History of India up to 1200 AD

208. Human Resource Management


Part - A Paper : III : Industrial Relations and Industrial Law, Paper : IV (I) Employee Welfare, Social Security
and Legislation, (II) Information Technology & Human Resource Management, (III) Labour Legislation
& Rules in Andhra Pradesh.
Part - B Paper : II : Human Resource Management.
Part - C Paper : I : General Management & organisational Behaviour.
209. Human Rights & Duties
Part - A Social and Philosophical conceptions of individual property, freedom, justice and rights; Slavery,
feudalism, capitalism, socialism and globalisation; Law, society, custom, social justice; Indian
constitution and Human Rights. Indian society : Ethnic and social diversity; Religion, caste and
tribe; Villages : Social and Economic civilisation; Cities, migration, urbanization and slums.
Part - B Problems of poverty and unemployment; Social inequalities in India: Role of class, caste, race,
culture, gender and age; concept of weaker sections : SC's, Backward classes, ST's and minorities;
protective discrimination and state intervention through law and administration.
Part - C Problem of women, aged, children, tenants, agri-cultural workers and industrial workers; Problems
of Ecological imbalance and environment; Deforestation, tribal and alienation, Development &
Environment, Social Action and Social movements.
210. Journalism & Mass Communication
Part - A General Knowledge : Mass Media related events-Origin and growth of different media i.e., Press-Radio-
Television-Cinema-Advertising-Popular authors and Books.
Part - B Current Affairs : Regional - National -International significant events and issues.
Part - C Language efficiency and skills
211. Library & Information Sciences
Part - A Different types of libraries and their uses, Newspapers & Periodicals, Books - Their subjects and
authors; Popular technical terms in various fields, abbreviations etc., Basics of Computer components
- History - Basics of internet.
Part - B National and International awards; famous persons and their fields of activities; Sports and Games;
Inventions, discoveries and explorations.
Part - C International and National events; Geographical names Cities, Countries, Rivers, Mountains, Parks
etc.; Current Social, Political & Economic affairs.

212. M.Ed.
Part - A Teacher and Education in Emerging Indian Society; School Management
Part - B Educational Psychology and Statistics
Part - C Education Technology & Computer Education.

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213. Philosophy
Part - A Paper III - Logic,Scientific Method and Computer Applications. and Ethics
Part - B Paper II - Western Philosophy : (i) Classical and (ii) Modern.
Part - C Paper I - (a) Indian Philosophy (b) Islamic Philosophy

214. Political Science and Public Administration


Part - A INDIAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS : 1. Salient Features of Indian Constitution a Comparative
Perspective with the Constitutions of UK, USA and Switzerland. 2. Evolution of Indian Constitution -
Nationalist Movement and Philosophical Foundations. 3. Indian Federation - Centre-State Relations -
Recent Trends. 4. Fundamental Rights and Duties, Constitutional Remedies with special reference to
Writes - Directive Principals of state policy. 5. President - Election, Powers and Functions - Prime Minister
and Council of Ministers. 6. Parliament - Composition, Powers and Functions. 7. Judiciary - Supreme
Court, Composition, Powers, Functions and Judicial Review - Judicial Activism. 8. Party System : National
and regional Parties; Coalitional Politics. 9. Election Commission - Electoral Reforms and voting Behavior.
10. State Government - Governor, Chief Minister and Council of Ministers - Powers and Functions. 11.
Social and Economics Factors - Language, Religion, Caste and Regional identities. 12. Social movements
: Agrarian, Working class, Women, Tdribal, Dalit and Environmental. 13. Challenges to National Integration
- Communalism and Terrorism. 14. Local Government Institutions - 73rd & 74th Constitutional Amendments.
Part - B Public Administration : Block I : Historical Background : 1. Evolution of Indian Administration - Ancient,
Medieval and British Periods - Continuity and Change in Indian Administration after Independence.
2. Context of Indian Administration - Social, Economic and Political. Block II : Central Administration :
3. Union Government and Administration - President, Prime Minister, Council of Ministers, Central
Secretariat, Cabinet Secretariat, Cabinet Committees and Prime Minister Office. 4. Union and State
Relations and Agencies - Administrative Relations - Inter State Council, Finance Commission, All Inida
Services, Planning Commission, National Development Council. 5. Public Enterprises in India : a) Forms
of Public Enterprises : (b) Privatization and Disinvestment. Block III : 6. State Government and Administration
: Governor, Chief Minister, Council of Ministers, Secretariat & Directorates, General Administration
Department and Chief Secretary. 7. District Administration : Changing Role of District Collector, Mandal
and Village Administration in Andhra Pradesh. 8. Local Governments - Rural and Urban - Structure and
functions - 73rd and 74th Constitutional amendments. Block IV : 9. Control over Administration : (a)
Legislative and Judicial Control, (b) Lok Pal, Lokayukta and Centdral Vigilance Commission, (c) Consumer
Protection Forums, (d) Right to Information Act (RTI), (e) National and State Human Rights Commissions.
10. Administration of Welfare Programmes for Weaker Sections - SCs, STs, BCs Women and Minorities.
Block V : Emerging Issues : 11. Administrative Reforms, Recommendations of important Commissions
and Second ARC. 12. Mechanims for Disaster Management. 13. Governance and e-Governance
Applications in Indian Administration. 14. Public Private Partnerships and Voluntary Sector.
215. Psychology
Part - A Paper III - (IV) : Child and Adolescent Psychology,
Part - B Paper II - Social Psychology
Part - C Paper I - General Psychology

217. Sanskrit
Part - A Alankaras from the Chandraloka: 1. Upama, 2. Ananvaya, 3.Utpreksa, 4.Dipaka, 5.Aprastutaprasamsa,
6. Drustanta, 7. Arthantaranyasa, 8. Virodhabhasa, 9. Ullekha, 10.Svabhavokti. Sarvanamasabdas:
Asmad, Yusmad, Idam, Tad, Yad, Etad and Kim. Dhatus: In Lat, Lan, Lrt, Lot and Vidhilin only Bhu, Gaml,
Stha, Drusir, Tru, Labh, Mud, Bhash, Ramu, Vadi, As, Divu Yudh, Santush, Pravis, Mucl, Ish, Lish, Dukruy,
Kriy, Cur and Kath. Krt pratyayas: Ktva, Lyap, Tumum, Kta, Ktavatu, Satru, Sanac and Tavya.
Part - B 1.Saranagathi, 2. Raghoh Audaran, 3. Cikroda Katha, 4. Computeryantram. Topics from the History of
Sanskrit Literature: Bharata Muni, Bharavi, Panini, Kantilya, Magha, Sriharsa, Sankaracharya.
Ajantasabdas: Deva, Bhanu, Pitru,Ramaa, Mati, Nadi, Tanu, Vadhu, Matru, Phala, Vari, Madhu. Sandhis:
Sandhibhedah, Savarnadeergha, Ayavayava, Guna, Vruddhi, Yanadesa, Scutva, Stutva, Gamudagama,
Anunasika, Latva, Jastva sandhis and types of the Visargasandhi.
Part - C 1. Pratimagrham, 2. Bharatasamskrtemulam, 3. Sukanasopadesa, 4. Bhojasya Kavya Sushama.
Halatansabdas: Jalamuc, Vac, Marut, Bhagavt, Bhavat, Pacat, Rajan, Naaman, Gunin, Vidvas and Manas.
Samasas: Avyayibhava, Tatpurusha, Karmadhraya, Dvigu, Dvandva and Bahuvrihi.
218. Social work
Part - A Paper III - Social Work Intervention-Auxiliary Methods, (IV)(a) Management of Non Governmental
Organisations, (IV)(b) Social work with HIV/AIDS, (IV)(c) Social work with Elderly and Challenged, (IV)(d)
Social work with Women and Children
Part - B Paper II - Social Work Intervention - Basic Methods.
Part - C Paper I - Social Work Profession, Philosophy and Basic Social Science Concepts.

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219. Sociology
Part - A Paper - III: Modern India : Social Change : Development and Issues and Applications of Sociology.
Part - B Paper - II: Society in India
Part - C Paper - I : Sociology : Basic Concepts and Perspectives.

220. Telugu
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yê´|æÔ, 3. ÁbÕvïqïj·T j·TT>∑ uÛ≤cÕ dü«s¡÷|ü+. 4. <Ûä«qT\ e÷s¡TŒ\T : es¡í düMTø£s¡D+, es¡í $uÛÒ<ä+, es¡í e´‘·´j·T+, es¡í kÕeT´+, ‘ê\M´ø£s¡D+,
XÊ«dü‘· ` Hê<ä‘·. 5. ns¡ú$|ü]D≤eT+ : ns¡ú dü+ø√#·+, ns¡úyê´ø√#·+, düuÛÀ´øÏÔ, eTè<ä÷øÏÔ, ns¡úÁ>±eT´‘·, \øå±´sêú\T. 6. nq´<˚XÊ´\T 7. Ä<ëq
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3. s¡÷|üø£ Á|üø£s¡D+ , 4. Ä<ÛäTìø£ Á|üÁøÏj·T\T , 5. kÕVæ≤‘·´ $eTs¡Ù ` Á|üjÓ÷»q+.
Part - B >∑<ä´uÛ≤>∑+ : 1. >±*yêq ` bÕ\>∑T$Tà |ü<äàsêE, 2. Äø£* ` Ä#ês¡´ ø=\ø£\÷] ÇHêø˘, 3. qeTT≈£îqï H˚\ ` Ä#ês¡´ πø‘·T $X¯«Hê<∏ä¬s&ç¶, 4. C…’\T
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#·+<ädüT‡
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221. Physical Education
1) Anatomy, Physiology and Physiology of Exercise; 2) Principles, Psychology and Methods of Physical Education;
3) Organization and Administration of Physical Education and Health Education; 4) Kinesiology; 5) Officiating and
Coaching of Physical Education; 6) Test and Measurements; 7) Rules and Regulations of various Games and
Sports, current sports events and some general questions related to Physical Education and Sports.

223. Rural Development - B.R.A.U.


Part - A : Economics of Development, Current Structure of the Indian Economy and Economic Planning, Indian
Agriculture, Indian Industry and Services, Environment and Ecology
Part - B : Community Development, Rural Development, Rural Issues, Rural Social Structure, Rural Economy,
Rural Education, Rural Health
Part - C : Rural Development in Indian Context, Rural local self Government, Panchayat Raj System, Rural
Agriculture, Rural Industry, Rural Empowerment, Rural Credit System, Voluntary Action.

224. B.Ed. Special Education (Mental Retardation) - B.R.A.U.


Part - A : (a) Special Education , b). Disability, (c) Mental Retardation
Part - B : (a) Quantitative Aptitude, (b) Reasoning and Problem solving, (c) General Awareness,
Part - C : (a) Correct use of noun, verb , adjective, preposition and articles. (b) Vocabulary. (c) Correction of sentences
(d) Comprehension.
225. Master of Finance & Control
Part - A : Communication Ability & Numerical Ability : Communication Ability : Part 1. Vocabulary, Part 2. Reading
Comprehension, Numerical Ability : Part 1. Arithmetical Ability, Part 2. Data Analysis
Part - B : Fundamentals of Financial Accounting, Cost & Management Accounting & Taxation : Part 1. : Financial
Accounting , Part 2. : Cost & Management Accounting, Part 3. : Basic Concepts of Income Tax - Previous
Year - Assessment Year - Types of Assesses
Part - C : Fundamentals of Banking & Finance : Part 1. Currency & Banking, Part 2. Finance & Capital Markets

5 YEAR INTEGRATED PG PROGRAMES IN SCIENCES


Test No. 501.
i. M.S. Applied Chemistry ii. M.S. Geology iii. M.S. Mathematics & Computing.
iv. M.S. Petroleum Exploration. v. M.S. Biotechnology. vi. M.S. Microbiology.
Part - A : Mathematics syllabus prescribed for Intermediate course by Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra
Pradesh. (30 Q).
Part - B : Physics syllabus prescribed for Intermediate course by Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh.
(30 Q)
Part - C : Chemistry syllabus prescribed for Intermediate course by Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra
Pradesh. (30 Q)
Part - D : Biology syllabus prescribed for Intermediate course by Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh.
(30 Q)

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502 - M.S. Economics
Part - A : Economics
The candidate may choose to answer any three
Part - B : Civics parts. Syllabus prescribed for Intermediate
Part - C : Commerce course by Board of Intermediate Education,
Andhra Pradesh will be followed for these
Part - D : History subjects. (Each part consists of 30 questions)
Part - E : Mathematics

511 - 5 - Year Integrated Dual (B.E.+M.E / B.Tech+M.Tech)


Degree Programmes in Engineering
i) B.Tech. + M.Tech. Software Engineering (ii) B.Tech. + M.Tech. Computer Science & Information Technology
(iii) B.E. + M.E. Electrical & Electronics Engineering. (iv) B.E + M.E. Civil Engg (V) B.E. + M.E. Mechanical Engg
(VI) B.E+M.E. Electronics & Communications Engineering.
Part - A : Mathematics syllabus prescribed for Intemediate course by Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra
Pradesh. (30 Q)
Part - B : Physics syllabus prescribed for Intermediate course by Board of Intefrmediate Education, Andhra Pradesh. (30 Q)
Part -C : Chemistry syllabus prescribed for Intermediate course by Board of Intefrmediate Education, Andhra
Pradesh. (30 Q)

512. Twinning Programme


i) B.Engg. : Air Craft Engineering , (ii) B.E. : Electro Mechanical Engineering
Part - A : Articles / Prepositions, verb forms, words often confused, structures, correction of sentences, phrasal verbs. (15 Q)
Part - B : Mathematics syllabus prescribed for Intermediate course by Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra
Pradesh. (25 Q)
Part - C : Physics syllabus prescribed for Intermediate course by Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh.
(25 Q)
Part - D : Chemistry syllabus prescribed for Intermediate course by Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh.
(25 Q)

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MODEL QUESTION PAPERS
GENERAL INFORMATION:
1. For all Tests, except Test Nos. 205 (Fine Arts), 214 (Political Science and Public Administration) and 221 (M.P.Ed.)
the candidate has to answer 90 multiple choice questions in 75 minutes. Each question contains four alternative
answers (a, b, c, d). The candidate must mark the answer on OMR Sheet and should not answer any where on the
Test booklet.
2. The 90 questions are spread over three parts, viz., A,B & C. Part A contains 40 questions(40 marks); Part B
contains 30 questions (30 marks) and Part C contains 20 questions (20 marks).
3. (a) Test No. 205-Fine Arts comprises of written and practical examinations. For written examination the test
booklet contains 50 multiple choice questions to be answered in 40 minutes. The practical examination is of
270 minutes duration and for 150 marks. The practical examination will be held for Painting (50 marks - 90
minutes); Drawing (50 marks - 90 minutes) and Sculpture (50 marks - 90 minutes), in the department of fine
Arts, Near Sivaji Park, VSP.
(b) Test No. 214 - Political Science and Public Administration comprises of 2 parts A & B. Each part contains 45
questions (45 marks).
Total 90 questions to be answered in 75 minutes.
(c) Test No. 221 - M.P.Ed. contains 90 questions (90 marks) to be answered in 75 minutes and another 100 marks
for meritorious Sports certificate. (Please see website. : www.andhrauniversity.info/doa)
4. EVERY WRONG ANSWER ENTAILS A DEDUCTION OF 1/4 MARK.
5. The Test booklet contains questions & answers in both English & Telugu versions wherever possible for all the
tests except for languages namely English, Telugu, Hindi & Sanskrit.

General Model Paper


Time: 75 Min Max. marks: 90
PART-A 40 Marks
1. The Scattering cross section has dimension of
(a) Volume (b) Area (c) Density (d) Length
PART-B 30 Marks
41. In an irreversible process, the entropy of a system
(a) Remains constant (b) Decreases (c) Increases (d) Becomes infinite
PART-C 20 Marks
71. Table 'A' of Companies Act gives
(a) A model minute book (b) A model form of balance sheet
(c) A model memorandum of association (d) A model articles of association

FOR TEST NO. 501- M.S. APPLIED CHEMISTRY, GEOLOGY, BIOTECHNOLOGY, MICROBIOLOGY,
MATHEMATICS & COMPUTING, PETROLEUM EXPLORATION.
Time: 75 Min Max. marks: 90
The test paper consists of 4 parts. Each part contains 30 multiple choice questions. The student has to
answer either Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry (or) Biology, Physics and Chemistry. Answer all qurestions in
each part.

Part - A: Mathematics (30 Marks)


1. If P = (1,1) and PA, PB are tangents to a circle where A,B are points of contact and if A=(2,0), B=(0,0) then the centre
of the circle is
(a) (1, -1) (b) (4/3. 4/3) (c) (1/3, 1/3) (d) (2, -2)

Part - B: Physics (30 marks)


31. The horizontal range of a projectile is twice the maximum height reached by it for the given angle of projection.
Then the ratio of potential energy to kinetic energy of this projectile at the highest point of its path is
(a) 4:1 (b) 1:4 (c) 1:2 (d) 2:1

Part - C: Chemistry (30 Marks)


61. The total number of structural isomers that are possible with the formula C3H5Cl3 is
(a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5

Part - D: Biology (30 Marks)


91. In the life cycle of Cycas, free nuclear divisions occur during the development of
(a) Endosperm and Male gametophyte (b) endosperm and Nucellus
(c) Female gametophyte and embryo (d) Megasporangium and Megaspore

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FOR TEST NO. 502- M.S. ECONOMICS
Time: 75 Min Max. marks: 90
The test paper consists of 5 parts. Each part contains 30 multiple choice questions. The candidate has to
answer any three parts. Answer all qurestions in each part.
Part - A: Economics (30 marks)
1. Who is the first Indian to be awarded the noble prize in Economics.
(a) Amartya Sen (b) Adam Smith (c) Ahulwalia (d) A.K. Sen.
Part - B: Civics (30 marks)
31. Which is the fundamental right that guarantees that all individuals shall subject to the same laws, same courts
and same procedures.
(a) Right to Equality (b) Right to Freedom (c) Right against Exploitation (d) Right to Property
Part - C: Commerce (30 marks)
61. Life Insurance was nationalized in India in the Year.
(a) 1956 (b) 1955 (c) 1975 (d) 1950
Part - D: History (30 marks)
91. Who was the founder of Mughal Empire in India ?
(a) Akbar (b) Babar (c) Shershah (d) Humayan
Part - E: Mathematics (30 marks)
121. If tan q = a-1/4a then sec q - tan q is equal to
(a) -2a, 1/2a (b) -1/2a, 2a (c) 2a (d) 1/2a, 2a

For Test No. 511 - 5 - Year Integrated Dual (B.E.+M.E / B.Tech+M.Tech)


Degree Programmes in Engineering
Time: 75 Min Max. marks: 90
The test paper consists of 3 parts. Each part contains 30 multiple choice questions. Answer all questions in each part.
Part - A: Mathematics (30 marks)
1. If P=(1,1) and PA, PB are tangents to a circle where A,B are points of contact and if A=(2,0), B=(0,0) then the
centre of circle is
(a) (1, -1) (b) (4/3, 4/3) (c) (1/3, 1/3) (d) (2, -2)
Part - B: Physics (30 marks)
31. The horizontal range of a projectile is twice the maximum height reached by it for the given angle of projection.
Then the ratio of potential energy to kinetic energy of this projectilef at the highest point of its path is
(a) 4 : 1 (b) 1 : 4 (c) 1 : 2 (d) 2 : 1
Part - C: Chemistry (30 marks)
61. The total number of structural isomers that are possible with the formula C3H5Cl3 are
(a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5

For Test No. 512. B.Engg : Air Craft Engineering &


B.E : Electro Mechanical Engineering. (Twinning Programme)
Time: 75 Min Max. marks: 90
The test paper consists of 4 parts. Part-A consists of 15 multiple choice questions; Parts B,C & D consists of 25
multiple choice questions each. Answer all questions in each part.
Part - A: English (15 marks)
1. Last time, we met _________________ a birthday party in Bombay.
(a) At (b) On (c) In (d) Through
Part - B: Mathematics (25 marks)
16. If the line Ix+my=1 is a tangent to the parabola y2=2(x+1) then the locus of (I,m) is

(a) 2x2+y2+2x=0 (b) x2+2y2=2x (c) x2+y2=2x (d) x2-y2=2x


Part - C: Physics (25 marks)
41. Two point masses of 2 kg and 3 kg are placed at positions (1m, 2m, 4m) and (2m, 3m, 0m ) respectively. The
moment of inertia of the system about z -axis is
(a) 41 kg m2 (b) 81 kg m2 (c) 5 x 1010 N/m2 (d) 5 x 1012 n/m2
Part - D: Chemistry (25 marks)
66. The temperature at which the RMS velocity of O2 be equal to the most probable velocity of SO2 at 270C is
(a) 1000 C (b) 1000 K (c) 1500 K (d) 6000 K

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APPENDIX - III(A)
COURSEWISE STUDENT INTAKE IN SCIENCE COURSES OFFERED IN A.U. COLLEGE OF
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY & PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
No.of Seats
T_Code C_Code Name of the Course Department
R SF AIB Total
101 10101 M.Sc. Biochemistry Biochemistry 14 10 24
102 10201 M.Sc. Biotechnolgy Biotechnolgy 24 24
10202 M.Sc. Agricultural Biotechnology Botany 20 4 24
10203 M.Sc. Environmental Science Environ. Sci. 12 12 24
10701(A) M.Sc. Foods, Nutrition & Dietetics AU College of Pharma
ceutical Sciences 10 10
103 10301 M.Sc. Botany 46 16 62
Botany
10302 M.Sc. Horticulture and
Landscape Mangement 20 20
104 10401 M.Sc. Analytical Chemistry
12 6 18
Inorganic Analytical
10402 M.Sc. Bio-inorganic Chemistry Chemistry 10 10
10403 M.Sc. Environmental Chemistry 10 10
10404 M.Sc. Inorganic Chemistry 12 12
10405 M.Sc. Analysis of Foods, 12 12
Drugs & Water Organic Chemistry,
F.D & Water
10406 M.Sc. Organic Chemistry 12 6 18
10407 M.Sc. Marine Chemistry 6 6
10408 M.Sc. Nuclear Chemistry P.N.C.O 8 8
10409 M.Sc. Physical Chemistry 14 6 20
10410 M.Sc. Applied Chemistry Engineering Chemistry 10 20 30
105 10501 M.Sc. Computer Science &
Statistics Statistics 20 20

106 10602(A) M.Sc. (Tech) Ele & Instrumentation


(Electornics Stream) 30 30
Systems Design
10603 M.Sc. (Tech.) - VLSI Design 40 20 60
10604 M.Sc. (Tech.) - DSP&ESD 40 20 60
107 10701(B) M.Sc. Food & Nutrition Dietetics Food, Nutr.&Diet 15 15
108 10801 M.Sc. Geography B.Sc Stream Geography 12 4 16
10802 M.Sc. Geography BA Stream 12 4 16
109 10901 M.Sc. Geology 20 5 5 30
10902 M.Sc. Marine Geology Geology 16 5 5 26
10903 M.Sc. (Tech) Applied Geology 20 5 5 30
110 11001 M.Sc. Human Genetics Human Genetics 14 14 28
111 11101 M.Sc. Marine Biology and Fisheries 12 4 16
11102 M.Sc. Coastal Aquaculture M.L.R
& Marine Biotech 12 5 17
11103 M.Sc. Marine Biotehnology 16 16
112 11201 Applied Mathematics Applied Mathematics 28 12 40
11202 M.A./M.Sc. Mathematics Mathematics 30 50 80
113 11301 M.Sc. Microbiology Microbiology 30 30

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No.of Seats
T_Code C_Code Name of the Course Department
R SF AIB Total

114 11401 M.Sc. Physics 50 18 68


Physics
11402 M.Sc. Space Physics 5 5 10
11403 M.Sc. Nuclear Physics Nuclear Physics 28 6 34
11404 M.Sc. Meteorology Meteorology & Phy- 16 5 21
11405 M.Sc. Physical Oceanography sical Oceanography 16 5 21
11406 M.Sc. (Tech) Geophysics 24 20 44
11407 M.Sc. Marine Geophysics 6 10 16
11408 M.Sc. Hydrology Geophysics 12 4 16
10601(B) M.Sc. (Tech) Ele & Instrumentation
(Physics Stream) Systems Design 30 30
115 11501 M.Sc. Statistics Statistics 28 12 40
116 11601 M.Sc. Zoology 42 12 54
Zoology
11602 M.Sc. Fishery Science 36 36
11603 M.Sc. Anthropology Anthropology 12 12
118 11801 M.Sc. Computer Science Compu. Sci. (Engg) 30 30

5 - Year Integrated MS - PG Programmes


No.of Seats
T_Code C_Code Name of the Course Department
R SF AIB Total
501 50101 M.S. Applied Chemistry Engg Chemistry 30 30
50102 M.S. Geology Geology 20 5+5 30
50103 M.S. Economics Economics 30 30

Science Courses (Without Test)


No.of Seats
T_Code C_Code Name of the Course Department
R SF AIB Total
151 15101 M.Tech. Atmospheric Sci. Meteorology & Phy- 5 5 5 15
152 15201 M.Tech. Oceanic Sciences sical Oceanography 5 5 5 15
M.Tech. Petroleum Exploration
153 a Geology Stream 6 6 12
b Geophysics Stream Delta Studies 6 6 12
c Chemical Engg. Stream 4 4

5 - Year Integrated Dual Degree Programmes (B.E. + M.E./ B.Tech. + M.Tech)


No.of Seats
T_Code C_Code Name of the Course Department
SF SF* Total
511 a Computer Science & Information Computer Science &
Technology System Engineering 40 20 60
b Computer Science & System Engg Computer Science & 40 20 60
System Engineering
c Civil Engineering Civil Engineering 40 20 60
d Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engg 20 10 30
e Electrical & Electronics Engineering Electrical Engg 20 10 30
f Electronics & Communications Engg E.C.E 40 20 60

512 a B.Engg. Aircraft Engineering (4years) Mechanical Engg 30 30

b B.E. Electro Mechanical Engineering (4 years) Mechanical Engg 20 20

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APPENDIX-III(B)
COURSEWISE STUDENT INTAKE IN ARTS COURSES OFFERED IN A.U. COLLEGE OF ARTS AND
COMMERCE, LAW & P.G. CENTERS
No.of Seats
T_Code C_Code Name of the Course Department
R SF Total
201 20101 Commerce Commerce 60 60
20102 Commerce (AU - PGC - VZM) 60 60
202 20201 M.A. Economics 50 10 60
20202 M.A. Applied Economics Economics 25 5 30
20204 M.A. Economics (AU - PGC - KKD) 40 40
203 20301 M.A. Adult Education Education 20 20
204 20401 M.A. English English 30 20 50
20402 M.A. English (AU - PGC - VZM) 40 40
20403 M.A. English (AU - PG - KKD) 30 20 50
20404 M.A. English (AU - PGC - TPG) 40 40
205 20501 B.F.A. Fine Arts 20 10 30
206 20601 M.A. Hindi Hindi 40 10 50
207 20701 M.A. Ancient Histroy & Archaeology 10 10 20
20702 M.A. History History 25 15 40
208 20801 M.A. Human Resouce Management M.H.R.M. 30 20 50
20802 M.A. Human Resouce Management (AU - PGC - KKD) 30 20 50
209 20901 M.A. Human rights & Duties H.R.D.(Law college) 20 20
210 20101 M.A. Journalism & Mass
Communication M.J.M.C. 15 15 30
211 21101 M.A. Library & Information Sciences M.L.I.Sc. 30 10 40
212 21201 M.Ed. Education 35 35
M.Ed. I.A.S.E * IASE 35+15 50
21202 M.Ed. (AU - PGC - VZM) 35 35
21203 M.Ed. (AU - PGC - TPG) 35 35
213 21301 M.A. Philosophy Philosophy 30 30
214 21401 M.A. Political Science Political Science 30 20 50
21402 M.A. Political Science (AU - PGC - VZM) 40
21403 M.A. Political Science (AU - PGC - KKD) 25 15 40
21404 M.A. Public Administration Public Administration 30 20 50
214 21405 M.A. Public Administration (AU - PGC - KKD) 25 15 40
215 21501 M.A. Psychology Psychology 12 12 24
217 21701 M.A. Sanskrit Sanskrit 16 4 20
218 21801 M.A. Social Work Social Work 35 15 50
21803 M.A. Anthropology Anthropology 12 12
219 21901 M.A. Sociology Sociology 15 15 30
220 22001 M.A. Telugu Telugu 40 20 60
221 22101 M.P.Ed. M.P.Ed. 30 30
225 22501 Master of Finance and Control Commerce 60 60
Arts Courses (Without Test)
No.of Seats
T_Code C_Code Name of the Course Department
R SF Total
251 25101 M.A. Dance Dance 10 10
252 25201 M.A. Music Music 5 5 10
253 25301 M.A. Women Studies 20 20
254 25401 M.A./M.Sc. Quantitative Economics Economics 12 8 20
(AU - PGC - VZM) = Andhra university post graduate center, Vizianagaram
(AU - PGC - KKD) = Andhra university post graduate center, Kakinada
(AU - PGC - TPG) = Andhra university post graduate center, Tadepalligudem
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APPENDIX-III (C)
COURSEWISE STUDENT INTAKE IN SCIENCE COURSES OFFERED IN AFFILIATED COLLEGES
Numbers in parentheses indicate regular seats.
Course wise student intake
S.No C_Code Name of the College 101 102 103 106 104 106 112 113 114 116 118
Bioche Biotech Botany Org Analytical Micro Physics Zoology Comp.
Electronics Maths
-mistry -nology Chemistry Chemistry biology Sci
1 102 A.M.A.L. College, Anakapalle 30 30
2 103 A.Q.J. College, Visakhapatnam 30 30 30 30
3 104 Aditya Degree College, Visakhapatnam. 30 30
4 105 B.V.K. College, Visakhapatnam. 30
5 106 B.R.B.M. Deg. College, Visakhapatnam. 30
6 107 Chaitanya Degree College Women,
Gajuwaka,Visakhapatnam 30 30 40 30 30 40
7 108 D.V.N. College, Anakapalle,VSP 30

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8 109 Dr. Himasekhara Deg. Coll, Anakapalle. 30
9 110 Dr. L.B. College, Visakhapatnam 30 30 30 30 40 30 40
10 111 Dr.V.S.Krishna Govt. College, VSP 30 30 30 30
11 112 G.V.P. College, Visakhapatnam 30 30 40 40
12 113 Konatala Arts & Sci., Anakapalle. 30
13 114 Krishna Degree College, Gajuwaka, VSP 30 30 30
14 115 MSRS.Sidhardha Deg. College, VSP 30 30
15 116 M.V.R. College, Gajuwaka, VSP * 30 30 30 30 30 30
16 118 A.V.N. Deg. College, Visakhapatnam. 30
17 119 Poorna Sai Deg.College, Yellamanchili. 30
18 120 PRISM Degree College, Visakhapatnam. 30 30 30 30
19 121 Pydah College, Visakhapatnam ^ 30 30 30
20 122 Raghu Deg. College, Dakamarri, VSP. 30 30
21 124 Samata Degree College, Visakhapatnam 40
Course wise student intake
S.No C_Code Name of the College 101 102 103 106 104 106 112 113 114 116 118
Bioche Biotech Botany Org Analytical Micro Physics Zoology Comp.
Electronics Maths
-mistry -nology Chemistry Chemistry biology Sci
22 126 Sri Gowri Degree College, Visakhapatnam 30 40
23 127 Sri Sai Srinivasa degree College,
Paravada. VSP 30
24 128 St. Joseph’s Coll. For Women,VSP 30 30 40
25 129 T.S.R. & T.B.K. Degree College,
Gajuwaka, Visakhapatnam 30 30 30 30 30 30 30
26 130 Visakha Govt.Women’s Coll., VSP 30
27 132 Sri Vidya Degree College, Narsipatnam, VSP 30
28 301 A.G.L.M. Degree College, Vizianagarm 30 30
29 302 Gayatri Degree College, Parvathipuram, Vzm 30
30 303 Gayatri Degree College, Thotapalem, Vzm 30 30

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31 305 M.S.N. Degree and P.G. College,
Thotapalem ,VZM. 30
32 306 M.R. P.G. College, Vizianagaram. 30 30 30 30 40 30 30
33 307 Maharshi Degree College,
Gajapathinagaram, VZM. 30
34 308 Pragathi Deg. College, Kothavalasa,VZM. 30
35 309 Rajah R.S.R.K.R.R. College, Bobbili. 30 30
36 310 Rangamudri Deg. College, Chilakapalli, VZM. 30
37 311 S.K. Degre College, Ayyannapeta,VZM. 30
38 312 Sri Chaitanya Deg. College, Vzm 30
39 314 Sri Vivekananda Degree College, S.Kota, VZM. 30 30
40 316 Maharajah‘s College, Vizianagaram 30 30 30
41 317 Punyagiri Degree College, S.Kota 30 30
42 318 Vagdevi Degree College,Kothavalsa VZM 30
Course wise student intake
S.No C_Code Name of the College 101 102 103 106 104 106 112 113 114 116 118
Bioche Biotech Botany Org Analytical Micro Physics Zoology Comp.
Electronics Maths
-mistry -nology Chemistry Chemistry biology Sci
43 401 Aditya Degree College, Kakinada. 30 30 30 30
44 402 Aditya Deg. College for Women, Kakinada. 30 30 30 30
45 403 Al-Ameer Institute of Mgt., Rajahmundry. 30 30 30 30
46 404 Avanti Deg. College, Rajahmundry. 30 30
47 405 CBR Degree College, Pithapuram, E.G. 30
48 406 Chaitanya Degree College,Kakinada. 30 30
49 407 D.L.R. Degree College, Gollalamamidada 30 30 30
50 408 G.B.R. Degree College, Anaparthi. 30 30 40
51 409 Government Degree College, Tuni. 30
52 410 Government Deg. College, Rajahmundry.** 30 36(12) 6(6) 30(10) 30(12) 30
53 411 Harward Degree collge,

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K. Perumallapuram, E.G. 30
54 412 Ideal College of Arts & Science, Kakinada. * ¶ 30 30 40
55 413 Lamp Degree College, Mummidivaram. 30
56 414 Little Rose Deg. College, Draksaramam. 30
57 415 Ln.G.V.R.M.Deg.College,Ramachandrapuram. 30 30
58 417 Mother Deg. College, Jagannadhapuram 30
59 418 P.R. Govt. College, Kakinada. 30 40
60 419 P.S.N. Murthy Deg.College, Turangi, KKD 30
61 421 Rajamahendri Degree College for
Women, Rajahmundry 30 40
62 422 Rajiv Gandhi Degree College, Rajahmundry. 30 30 30
63 423 Rajiv Gandhi Inst. of Mgt. & Sci, Kakinada. 30 30 30 30 30 40
64 424 S.K.B.R. College, Amalapuram. 30 30
410 Government Deg. College, Rajahmundry, Offers ** = 104 - Physical Chemistry (30) also; 412 Ideal College of Arts & Science, Kakinada * =Applied Mathematics (30) &
¶ =Applied Chemistry (30) also;
Course wise student intake
S.No C_Code Name of the College 101 102 103 106 104 106 112 113 114 116 118
Bioche Biotech Botany Org Analytical Micro Physics Zoology Comp.
Electronics Maths
-mistry -nology Chemistry Chemistry biology Sci
65 425 S.K.V.T. College, Rajahmundry. 30 30
66 426 S.R.R. Deg. College, Peddapuram. 30
67 427 Samhitha Degree College, Rajahmundry 30
68 429 Smt. Sri G.K.R.V.M. College, RJY. 40 30
69 430 Smt. Jasti Bullemmai Deg. & PG.Coll, RJY 30
70 431 Smt.K Rajyalakshmi Coll. WOMEN, RJY 30
71 433 V.S.Lakshmi Women’s College, Kakinada. 30 30 30 40 30 30 40
72 434 V.S.M. College, Ramachandrapuram 30 30 30 30 30 30
73 435 Pragathi Deg. College, Kakinada 30
74 436 Deepthi Degree College,
Mamidikuduru, E.G.Dst. 30

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75 437 Grace Degree College,
P.Gannavaram, E.G. Dt. 30
76 438 RPR Degree College, Ambajipeta, E.G.Dt. 30
77 440 VSL Degree College, Kakinada 30
78 442 VVS Degree College, Kothapalli, E.G.Dt. 30
79 501 A.B.N.& P.R.R. Sci. College, Kovvur. 30 30
80 502 A.K.R.G. Degree College, Nallajerla. 30 30
81 503 B.G.B.S. WOMEN‘S College, Narsapur. 30
82 504 BHSR&VLM Degree PG College, Devarapalli 30 30 30
83 505 Ch.S.D.St. Theresas Women‘s College, Eluru. 15 20 15 15 40
84 506 D.N.R. College, Bhimavaram. 30 30 30 30 40
85 508 Dr.C.S.N.Degree College, Bhimavaram 30 30 30 30 40
86 510 K.G.R.L. College, Bhimavaram. 30 30 30 40 30 30 40
87 512 Nova Deg. College, Jangareddigudem. 30 30
Course wise student intake
S.No C_Code Name of the College 101 102 103 106 104 106 112 113 114 116 118
Bioche Biotech Botany Org Analytical Micro Physics Zoology Comp.
Electronics Maths
-mistry -nology Chemistry Chemistry biology Sci
88 514 Padmasri. Dr. B.V.Raaju
Institute of Comp. Edu., B 30
89 515 RITAMS College, Tanuku. 30 30
90 516 S.K.S.D. Mahila Kalasala, Tanuku 30 30
91 517 SVKP& Dr.K.S.Raju Arts &
Science College, Penugonda 30 30 30 30
92 518 Sir C.R.R. College, Eluru. 30 30 40 30
93 519 Sir C.R.R. WOMEN‘S College, Eluru. 30 30 30 30
94 520 Sri Rama Deg.College, Pydiparru, Tanuku. 30 30
95 521 Sri Y.N. College, Narsapur. 30 30 40 30 40
96 522 St. Vincent De-Paul Coll., Pinakadimi, Eluru. 30 30

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97 523 V.S.K. Degree College, Bhimavaram. 30 30
98 524 S.C.I.M. Govt. College, Tanuku 30
99 525 Dr. Goenka Govt. Degree College,
Tadepalligude 30
100 526 BRR & GKR Chambers
Degree College, Palakol 30
101 527 Dr. Sarvepalli Radha Krishna
Degree & PG College 30
102 528 Little Flower Degree College,
Chintalapudi, W.G. 30
103 529 Prakasam Degree College,
Koyyalagide, W.G. Dt 30
104 530 SriChalapathiDegreeCollege,Satrampadu,Elur 30
105 531 YSR & BS Degree College,
Tadepalligudem, W.G. 30
APPENDIX-III(D)
COURSE WISE STUDENT INTAKE IN ARTS & COMMERCE COURSES OFFERED IN AFFILIATED COLLEGES
Numbers in parentheses indicate regular seats.
Course wise student intake
S.No C_Code Name of the College 201 202 207 208 216 208 214 214 212 220 217
Comm Econo History Polit Public Social Telugu Sans
M.H.R.M M.Ed. English
erce mics ics Admin Work krit
1 101 A.G.L. College, Visakhapatnam 40 40 40
2 102 A.M.A.L. College, Anakapalle 50
3 104 Aditya Degree College, Visakhapatnam 40
4 107 Chaitanya College for Women, GWK, VSP 50 40
5 110 Dr.L.B. College, Visakhapatnam 40 40
6 112 G.V.P. College, Visakhapatnam 40 40
7 118 A.V.N. Deg. College, Visakhapatnam 40

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8 121 Pydah College, Visakhapatnam 50 40 40
9 123 SVVPVMC Mahilavidyapeeth, Deg.
Coll. (PG), VSP 40
10 126 Sri Gowri Degree College, VSP 40
11 128 St. Joseph’s Coll. For Women, VSP 40
12 129 T.S.R. & T.B.K. Degree College, Gwk,VSP 40 40 40 40
13 130 Visakha Govt.Women’s Coll., VSP 40
14 133 Ushodaya Degree College, Chodavaram, VSP 40
15 302 Gayatri Degree College, Parvathipuram,
Vizianagarm 40
16 304 M.R. College of Education, Viziangarm. 25
17 305 M.S.N. Degree and P.G. College,
Thotapalem ,VZM 40 40 40
18 306 M.R. P.G. College, Vizianagaram. 50 50 40 40 40 40
Course wise student intake
S.No C_Code Name of the College 201 202 207 208 216 208 214 214 212 220 217
Comm Econo History Polit Public Social Telugu Sans
M.H.R.M M.Ed. English
erce mics ics Admin Work krit
19 307 Maharshi Degree and PG College,
Gajapathinagram 40
20 308 Pragathi Deg. College, Kothavalasa,Vzm. 40 40
21 309 Rajah R.S.R.K.R.R. College, Bobbili, VZM. 40 40
22 310 Rangamudri Deg. College, Chilakapalli, Vzm. 40
23 314 Sri Vivekananda Degree College, S.Kota, Vzm. 40 40
24 315 M.R. Govt. Sanskrit College, Vzm. 40 40
25 317 Punyagiri Degree College, S.Kota 40
26 318 Vagdevi Degree College,Kothavalsa VZM 40
27 401 Aditya Degree College, Kakinada. 40
28 410 Government Deg. College, Rajahmundry. 10(40) 50

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29 412 Ideal College of Arts & Science, Kakinada. 40
30 413 Lamp Degree College, Mummidivaram. 40
31 416 MVNJS & RVR Coll. Arts & Sci.,
Malikipuram. 40
32 420 P.V.R. Trust College, Kakinada 50
33 422 Rajiv Gandhi Degree College, Rajahmundry. 40
34 424 S.K.B.R. College, Amalapuram. 40 40 40
35 428 S.G.S. Govt I.A.S.E., Rajahumdry. 20
36 431 Smt.K Rajyalakshmi Coll. WOMEN,
Rajahmundry 40
37 432 * St. Mary’s College of Education, Kakinada 11*+24**
38 434 V.S.M. College, Ramachandrapuram 50
39 441 Smt.Barre Subbalakshmi Ratnam Degree,
College, Rajahmundry 40
Course wise student intake
S.No C_Code Name of the College 201 202 207 208 216 208 214 214 212 220 217
Comm Econo History Polit Public Social Telugu Sans
M.H.R.M M.Ed. English
erce mics ics Admin Work krit

40 443 * Bennaiah Christian College of Ducation, RJY 11*+24**


41 504 BHSR&VLM Degree PG College, Devarapalli 40 40 40
42 505 Ch.S.D.St. Theresas Women‘s College, Eluru. 40 40
43 506 D.N.R. College, Bhimavaram. 100 50 40 50
44 507 D.N.R. College of Education, Bhimavaram 35
45 508 Dr.C.S.N.Degree&P.G.College,Bhimavaram 40 40
46 509 G.T.P. College of Education for Women,
Bhimavaram 35
47 510 K.G.R.L. College, Bhimavaram. 40 40
48 511 Lutheran Deg. College, Bhimavaram 40 40 40
49 512 Nova College of Education,

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Jangareddigudem. 35
50 516 S.K.S.D. Mahila Kalasala, Tanuku 40
51 518 Sir C.R.R. College, Eluru. 100 50 40 40 50
52 521 Sri Y.N. College, Narsapur. 50 50
53 523 V.S.K. Degree College, Bhimavaram. 40
54 526 BRR & GKR Chambers Degree College, Palakollu. 40
55 527 Dr. Sarvepalli Radha Krishna Degree & PG College 40
Note: * Minority institutions : 30% seats (11*)will be filled by the DOA and the remaining 70% seats (24**) will be filled by the college concerned.

APPENDIX- III (E) COURSE WISE STUDENT INTAKE COURSES OFFERED BY ADIKAVI NANNAYA UNIVERSITY, RAJAHMUNDRY
P.G. Science Courses P.G. Arts Courses 5-Year Integrated Courses
S.No T_Code Course Intake
S.No T_Code Course Intake S.No T_Code Course Intake
1 50103 Biotechnology 15
1 104 Chemistry 30 4 208 English 30
2 50104 Microbiology 30
2 116 Zoology 30 5 215 Psychology 30
3 117 Geoinformatics 30 3 50105 Mathematics& Computing 15
6 218 Social Work 30
4 50106 Petroleum & Exploration 30
APPENDIX-III(F) : COURSE WISE STUDENT INTAKE IN COURSES OFFERED IN DR. B.R. AMBEDKAR UNIVERSITY,
SRIKAKULAM, ETCHERLA & ITS AFFILIATED COLLEGES
Course wise student intake
102 104 109 112 114 114 201 202 208 212 213 218 219 220
S.No C_Code Name of the College
Bio- Anal. Orga. Tech Phy- Tech Comm- Econo- Eng- M.Ed. Rural Social M.L.Sc Telugu
tech. Chem. Chem. Geology Maths sics physics erce mics lish Develo Work
# pment
CAMPUS
1 Dr. B.R.A.U. 24(R) - 24(R) 12(R) 32(R) - 12(R) 32(R) 32(R) 32(R) 32(R) 32(R) 32(R) 32(R) -
6(SF) 6(SF) 3(SF) 8(SF) 3(SF) 8(SF) 8(SF) 8(SF) 8(SF) 8(SF) 8(SF) 8(SF)

AFFILIATED COLLEGES

1 201 Aditya Degree College, Srikakulam - 36(R) 36(R)


6(M) 6(M)
2 202 Chaitanya E.S. Degree College, - 36(R) 36(R)

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Srikakulam 6(M) 6(M)
3 204 Gayatri College, of Science & - 36(R) 36(R) 36(R)
Management, Munasabpet, Srikakulam 6(M) 6(M) 6(M)
4 205 Govt. Degree College, Tekkali, - - 30 40
Srikakulam
5 206 Gpvt. Degree College, Narasannapeta. - 30 30

6 207 Govt.DegreeCollegeforMEN,Srikakulam - 30 40 40
7 208 Govt.degreeCollegeforWomen,Srikakulam - 30 40
8 209 Sai Siva Rohit Degree College, Srikakulam 30(R)
3(M)
9 211 Tamminaidu Degree College, Palakonda 30(R)
3(M)
10 212 SUN Degree College, Srikakulam 30(R)
3(M)
Notes:
R= Regular seats; SF= Self-finance; M= Management seats.