Adikavi Nannaya University

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Adikavi Nannaya University
Adikavi Nannaya University logo.png
Type Public
Established 2006
Vice-Chancellor M. Mutyalu Naidu
Location Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh, India
17°1′1.44″N 81°46′57.87″E / 17.0170667°N 81.7827417°E / 17.0170667; 81.7827417Coordinates: 17°1′1.44″N 81°46′57.87″E / 17.0170667°N 81.7827417°E / 17.0170667; 81.7827417
Campus Urban
Affiliations UGC
Website Official website

Adikavi Nannaya University (IAST: Ādikavi Nannaya Viśvavidyālayamu) is a state university located in Rajahmundry in Andhra Pradesh, India.[1][2] Adikavi Nannaya University was established in March 2006 through the Government of Andhra Pradesh Act No. 28 of 2006. It is named after Nannayya, the first attested author of a text composed in the Telugu language. The university attends to the educational needs of both Godavari districts. Currently, all seventy-four post-graduate institutes as well as the 350 degree colleges located within the aforementioned districts maintain their government-mandated university affiliation with Adikavi Nannaya University. These colleges were previously affiliated with Andhra University.

The university initiated a program in Geo-Informatics and Petroleum Exploration, the first of its kind in Andhra Pradesh and one of the few in the country. In the second phase, keeping in view of the government policy of encouraging five-year integrated courses, the university designed and offered a new course in Mathematics and Computing, with the objective of providing trained programmes to the I.T. industry.

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