Andhra Pradesh Residential Degree College
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|Andhra Pradesh Residential Degree College|
|Type||Co-educational, arts & science college|
|Established||1 September 1982|
|School roll||152 (in 2014)|
|Affiliations||Acharya Nagarjuna University|
The Andhra Pradesh Residential Degree College (APRDC) is a college in Vijayapuri South, Nagarjunasagar. It was founded on 1 September 1982 for the education of talented students.  Admission is based on a state-level competitive entrance exam.. Non local students who are selected through the entrance exam receive free tuition, room and boarding scholarship. The arts and science college is co-educational, and is affiliated to Acharya Nagarjuna University. The college was established due to an initiative of (the then Chief Minister) Bhavanam Venkatarami Reddy, and by 2014 was offering 152 seats across its courses.
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Courses offered include:
- Bachelor of Arts (B.A).
- Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com).
- Bachelor of Science (Math-Physics-Chemistry) (B.Sc).
- Bachelor of Science(Maths-Statistics-Computer Science) (B.Sc(comp))
List of principals
- Sri J Joseph.
- Sri C.V.L.N. Murthy
- G. Seetharama Rao (former).
- MLC Chukka Ramaiah (former).
- Sri Y.Venkata Rami Reddy.
- Dr. K.Surya Narayana
- SRI NARAYANA REDDY (2014,june 01)
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- "Andhra Pradesh Residential Degree College Details". Study Guide India. Retrieved 15 Jun 2012.
- "Andhra Pradesh Residential Degree College details". Acharya Nagarjuna University. Retrieved 15 June 2012.
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