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About the Centre

Established in the year 1995, Directorate of Student Welfare and Cultural Affairs is a non-vacation dept in our University.

  • Endeavors to promote cultural, emotional national and communal integration in the campus.
  • Provides an avenue for the expression of literary and artistic creativity and originality among the students, research scholars and faculty.
  • Aims to inculcate discipline, enhance commitment, develop service motto among the students.
  • To identify and redress the grievances of the students.
  • Besides taking care of the developmental, informational and welfare needs of the students in the campus.

  • Among others the directorate undertakes the following welfare activities on monthly basis (9 batches per year).

  • Training in yoga
  • Meditation classes
  • Spoken English Classes
  • Improve Communication skills among the students
  • Personality Development Classes
  • Internet Orientation Programme
  • Audiovisual Club
  • Conducting classes in Vocal Music
  • Training in Mimicry, Magic and Ventriloquism

  • The students are selected batch wise and classes are run for one month per batch. Apart from these, the Directorate takes up literary and cultural activities as a prelude to the participation of SVU teams in the South Zone and National level competitions organized by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU, New Delhi) every year. It communicates with all the constituent colleges, affiliated colleges, P.G. Centers and competitions are conducted in 5 major events- Fine Arts, Music, Theatre events, Dance and Literary as part of S.V. University Inter – Collegiate Youth Festivals.

    In 1999, Our University had the privilege of organizing the South Zone inter varsity youth festivals on a grand scale. And with the success of hosting this mega event, in January, 2011, AIU gave responsibility to DSWCA to organize National Inter-Varsity Youth Festival. 64 universities from all over the country participated and nearly 1,000 students have displayed their skills. This was another major success in the history of our University and DSWCA.

    In addition to these programmes and activities, the DSWCA also conducts Spoken English classes for the children of Teaching & Non-teaching Staff, Yoga classes for faculty and communication skill programmes for Non-teaching Staff during May and June every year.

    Apart from these activities, DSWCA also organized

    1. Conducted 2 Job Fairs for the benefit of students of S.V. University and affiliated colleges.
    2. DSWCA was part of the 4th World Telugu Conference held in December 2012. The Director was the convenor of the event which was held successfully.
    3. DSWCA organized one week event in memory of the world famous painter Raja Ravivarma for the art lovers of this temple town in July’ 2014. The public were enthralled to see the paintings.
    4. Conducted Student Outreach Programme in Collaboration with U.S. Consulate, Hyde.

    Currently, the DSWCA is headed by Prof. B.V.Muralidhar, the Director and two support staff Dr.P.Kalyan, U.Harinatha and Two office Staff.