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Information Under Section 4(1)(b) For The Right To Information Act 2005

The Particulars Of Organization Functions and Duties

Sri Venkateswara University was established on 1st September, 1954. The University has been catering to the higher educational needs and aspiration of the people of Rayalaseema. Christned after the lord of Seven Hills, university was lunched with generous help from the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams.

The mission of the University is to expand the horizons of knowledge through research in various discipline, to develop qualified and competent citizens through Teaching and Training, to lend knowledge and support to various organizations for the effective functioning, to contribute to the creation of a happy and healthy society through fruitful intraction with it, and to participate in the development of the society.

The Goals of the University are
  1. Designing and implementing educational and training programmes of high standards
  2. Promoting research in an environment conducive for exploration, experimentation and expansion
  3. Creating awareness and disseminating knowledge through various media, forum and programmes
  4. Undertaking extension activities, providing consultancy to various organizations for solving there problems and improving there functioning
  5. Organising extra curricular activities to develop sportive skills promote literary and cultural interest, social service, national integration and discipline.

  1. To provide for instruction and training in such branches of learning as it may think fit
  2. To make provision for research extension programmes and for the advancement and dissemination of knowledge;
  3. To confer degrees and other academic distinction of persons who have carries and research under conditions prescribed;
  4. To confer honorary degrees or other academic distinctions on approved persons under conditions prescribed;
  5. To create posts of Professors, Readers. Lecturers and any other teaching posts required by the University and to appoint persons therefore;
  6. To create administrative, ministerial and other posts required by the University;
  7. To acquire and hold property, both movable and immovable, to lease, sell or otherwise transfer any movable or immovable property which may have become vested in or may have been acquired by it, for the purposes of the University and to contract and do all other things necessary for or incidental to the purpose of the University;
  8. To institute, take over and maintain colleges and hostels;
  9. To establish, maintain and manage or to affiliate Honours Colleges, Autonomous Colleges and Post Graduate Centres in any part of the University area outside the University Campus;
  10. To confer autonomy on affiliated Colleges or Post Graduate centres in any part of the University area outside the University Campus;
  11. To transfer any or all the colleges or institutions maintained by the University to the administrative control of the Government on such conditions as it may determine
  12. To erect, equip and maintain laboratories, libraries and museums;
  13. To affiliate or recognize colleges and institutions and to withdraw such affiliation or recognition;
  14. To inspect affiliated and recognized colleges and institutions and to take measures to ensure that proper standards of instructions are maintained in them;
  15. To make grants from the funds of the University to affiliated and recognized colleges and institutions;
  16. To establish, maintain and manage research departments and institutions;
  17. To make special provision for the spread of higher education among educationally backward classes of citizens;
  18. To make special provision for colleges and institutions for women students;
  19. To establish research institutions in any part of the University area whether within or outside the University campus;
  20. To fix fees and to demand and receive such fees and other charges as may be prescribed;
  21. To make grants from the funds of the University for the maintenance of the National Cadet Corps;
  22. To institute and manage
    1. A Department of Publications
    2. An University Press
    3. An Employment Bureau
    4. An Information Bureau
    5. Boards of University Extension
    6. Students’ Unions, University Sports and Athletic Clubs; and other similar bodies and associations
  23. To co-operate with other Universities, educational institutions and authorities in such manner and for such purposes as the University may determine;
  24. Generally to do all such other acts and things whether incidental to the powers aforesaid or not, as may be necessary or desirable to further the objects of the University as a residential, teaching and affiliating University, to cultivate and promote arts, fine arts, sciences, professional studies, technology and other branches of learning and to promote the interests of its students;
  25. To supervise and control the conduct and discipline of the students of the University and its affiliated and recognized colleges and institutions, and to make arrangements for promoting their health and general welfare.

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