Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam attracts the most intellectually able staff and students.
Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam (University for Women) was founded in the year 1983 by Sri N.T.Rama Rao, the then Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, with the fervent desire to train women students as better builders of the Nation and to inculcate skills of leadership in all aspects of life. It was started with ten faculties, 300 students and twenty staff members. Today the University has a student population of 2000 and an academic staff of 250. This year the University is going to have 59 courses at the post-graduate and undergraduate level and a good component of research.
Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam (University for Women) established in the year 1983 and accredited with four stars status by NAAC has given unparalleled service to Women’s Education in Andhra Pradesh, drawing on the great cultural traditions of the Country as well as keeping in tune with changing times, channels of employability and assuring quality education in teaching as well as research.
The University College of Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam is divided into seven Schools. Each School is headed by a Dean. The constituent departments of these Schools offer courses that are related to the respective faculties. In tune with the objectives, the university is offering many courses that are job-oriented, professional and applied in nature.
Sri_Padmavathi_Mahila_Viswavidyalayam1The courses are so designed as to bring out the application potential in students. The instruction covers classroom teaching, laboratory and fieldwork. The learning environment involves both live and stimulated experiences. All the professional courses are monitored by national level bodies such as national council for teacher Education (NCTE), All India Council for Technical education (AICTE) Bar Council of India, Pharmacy Council of India etc.
Students admitted into all the courses in the University will be required to undertake four foundation courses spread over the four semesters.
Semester I Communicative Skills
Semester II Computer Applications
Semester III Women` Studies/HIV/AIDS
Semester IV Environmental Science/Education
The campus of Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam is spread out in a lush green area of 138.43 acres. The University is situated at a distance of 3 km from the railway and bus stations of Tirupati. The campus has the necessary buildings to run its academic programmes and administrative machinery. There are separate buildings for Humanities and Sciences, University Administration, Central Library, University Auditorium, Sericulture Complex, and School of Pharmaceutical Sciences and also an independent building for Computer Science and Computer centre. A Distance Education Centre and a building of M.B.A. are to come up shortly. The campus has a serene atmosphere and provides the right ambience for student learning.Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam is a fully residential University. Hostel accommodation is being provided to outstation students. Accommodation is provided in six Hostel Buildings, each with three floors. A clean, Healthy and Hygienic diet will be supplied in the hostels. The hostels are under the control and management of the University. Each hostel has a warden and the Warden’s office is located in the Hostel premises. The candidate and parent/guardian should sign the declaration form at the time of admission into hostels. Married students are permitted to stay in the hostels up to six months of pregnancy. Ragging is strictly prohibited in the Hostel. The university can refuse admission into the hostel to any student who is considered not suitable for admission on medical grounds or other valid reasons. No student will be permitted to go home during working days. Students cannot stay in the hostel during vacation except with the special permission of the Warden.
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