Andhra University, [AU] Visakhapatnam was established in the year 1926 by the Madras Act of 1926. It was founded by Sir C.R. Reddy. The university is not only one of the oldest educational institutions in the country. The University is a teaching cum affiliating university. It is equipped with all the modern facilities which help in a better interface between the teachers and students. It has a coll and healthy environment which makes pleasant situations for students to grow and learn.The University is spread across a sprawling campus of 422 acres dotted with 121 buildings of academic, administrative and support services with a plinth area of about 20 lakhs sq.ft. and 324 staff quarters.
Affiliation and Accreditations:
- University Grant Commission [UGC]
- All India Council for Technical Education [AICTE]
- National Assessment and Accreditation Council [NAAC]
- College of Engineering
- College of Arts
- College of Commerce
- College of Science and Technology
- College of Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Address:Waltair Junction, Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh - 530003, India
- Phone Number:089128 44000
- Email ID: [email protected]
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1) 3 year Law Degree Course - A candidate who has graduated in any discipline from a recognized University can appear for L.L.B. course
2) Integrated Degree Program - Candidate must have passed 10+2 Higher Secondary Exam or an exam cosidered to be equivalnt to 10+2 Higher Secondary Exam can enrol for integrated degree program (LLB and a first degree in any other subject).
Candidates who have obtained 10+2 Higher secondary exam certificate or a graduate degree after taking up other courses through distance mode are also considered eligible for integrated degree course. But those candidates who have obtained 10+2 Higher secondary exam certificate or a graduate degree through distance mode or from open universities without any basic qualification are not eligible for admission into law courses.
Minimum marks for admission into law courses -
1) 40% for SC/ST candidates
2) 45% for other candidates