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Andhra University to hold 83rd & 84th convocations on July 29

Andhra University to hold 83rd & 84th convocations on July 29
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Andhra University will conduct its 83rd and 84th combined convocations on July 29 at the C R Reddy Convocation Hall at 3.30 pm for which Andhra Pradesh and Telangana States’ Governor E S L Narasimhan will attend, said Registrar Prof Uma Maheswara Rao here on Wednesday.

Visakhapatnam: Andhra University will conduct its 83rd and 84th combined convocations on July 29 at the C R Reddy Convocation Hall at 3.30 pm for which Andhra Pradesh and Telangana States’ Governor E S L Narasimhan will attend, said Registrar Prof Uma Maheswara Rao here on Wednesday.

The Registrar said that candidates, who have successfully completed courses during the academic years 2013-14 and 2014-2015, are eligible for the award of degrees/diplomas in these convocations. However, Ph D and M Phil degrees will be awarded to the candidates who are going to complete on or before June 30.

He asked the eligible candidates who wish to obtain degress/diplomas in-person or in-absentia must apply in the prescribed proforma enclosing a demand draft with the amount specified and to be drawn in favour of ‘The Registrar, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam’ from any nationalised bank. The proforma can be had either from the Controller of Examinations, Andhra University, or can be downloaded from the Andhra University website-www.andhrauniversity.edn.in orwww.aucoe.info. The prescribed fee for the Ph D is Rs 2,500 while for other courses Rs 1,500.

The Registrar disclosed that the duly filled-in application form with all necessary enclosures should be sent in a sealed cover superscribing ‘Application for 83rd and 84th combined convocation’ to the deputy registrar (PG Exams), Andhra University on or before July 5. Incomplete applications or applications received after the due date will be rejected without giving any information and those who are going to receive prize/gold medals in this convocation will be intimated separately, he added.

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