The Director, School of Distance Education, Andhra University informs that the last date for receipt of Examination Applications for B.A., B.Com., and B.Sc. courses being offered by the School of Distance Education, Andhra University has been extended upto the 20th April 2023 without fine and applications will also be accepted with a fine of 2300/- upto 30th April 2023.
These Examinations can be obtained from the office of the School of Distance Education, Andhra University from 01 April, during 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. either in person or on Phone No. 9963474712 / 0891-2844163 / 2754966 / 2844143 / 2844142 / 2550223 or visit our website at www.andhrauniversity.edu.in.
University has informed that all the activities of School of Distance Education, Andhra University, stands cancelled upto 31 March.
AU SDE Degree Exams Time Table
|BA, BCom & BSc Examinations||Exams Starting Date|
|III Year||14 May|
|II Year||30 May|
|I Year||14 May|
|Exam Timings||2 PM to 5 PM for III & II year|
|Exam Timings||9 AM to 12 Noon for I Year|
BCom Exams Time Table
BCom Third Year Exams Time Table
- 14 May – Part I Foundation Course -II (Science, Technology and Development) (w.e.f.2010-11 admitted batch)
- 15 May – PART – II Business Laws
- 16 May – Auditing
- 18 May – Cost & Management Accounting
- 19 May – Corporate Accounting
- 20 May- Advanced Corporate Accounting
- 21 May – Management Accounting
BCom Second Year Exams Time Table
- 30 May Part I (i) Paper-II – English (Upto 2012-13 Admitted Batch) and English (Upto 2013-14 Admitted Batch) 75
- 01 June Part I (ii) – Telugu or any Other Classical or Modern Language – Paper-II (i.e. Hindi / Sanskrit / Bengali / Oriya / Tamil / Kannada / Malayalam / Urdu / French Part – A & B)
- PART – II
- 02 June – Computer Course – II Office Automation and tools (w.e.f. 2010-2011 admitted batch)
- 03 June – Part – II Environmental Studies (w.e.f. 2007-08 admitted batch)
- 04 June – Advanced Accounting
- 05 June – Business Statistics
- 06 June- Financial Services Banking and Insurance
- 08 June – Taxation
BCom First Year Exams Time Table
- 14 May – Part I (i) : Paper-I – English (upto 2012-13 Admitted Batch) & English (upto 2013-14 Admitted Batch)
- 15 May – Part I (ii) Telugu or any other Classical or Modern Language – Paper-I & Hindi / Sanskrit
- 16 May – Part I (iii) Compulsory Subject Part A: Foundation Course -I: Contemporary & India: Economy, Polity and Society (w.e.f. 2010-2011 admitted batch)
- 18 May – Computer Course – I : Introduction to Computers (Compulsory Paper) (w.e.f. from 2010-2011 admitted batch)
- 19 May – Business Economics
- 20 May – Financial Accounting – I
- 21 May – Business Organization and Management
- 22 May – Fundamentals of Information Technology (w.e.f. 2009-2010 admitted batch)
BA Exams Time Table
BA Third Year Exams Time Table
- Part – I
- 14 May – Foundation Course – II (Science, Technology and Development) (w.e.f. 2010-11 Admitted Batch)
- 15 May- Part – II
- Sociology – Paper III Modern India: Social Change, Development & Issues
- Special Telugu – Paper III History of Telugu Language & Grammar
- Special English – Paper III Indian English Literature
- Mathematics – Paper III Linear Algebra & Vector Calculus
- Special Hindi – Paper III Adunik Kavya
- 16 May
- Sociology – Paper IV Applications of Sociology
- Special Telugu – Paper IV Modern language – Sahitya Vimarsa Sidhantamulu (Literary Criticism): , Saturday Special English – Paper IV American English Language & Literature
- Mathematics – Paper IV Numerical Analysis
- Special Hindi – Paper IV Hindi Sahitya Ka Itihas, Pryojanmoolak Hindi, Alochana Ke Siddant
- 18 May – History – Paper III (History of Modern World (1453-1945 AD)
- 19 May – History – Paper IV History & Culture of Andhra Pradesh (from Satavahanas to 1956 AD)
- 20 May Politics – Paper III Political Thought
- 21 May Politics – Paper IV (A) I(nternational Relations) & Government and Politics in Andhra Pradesh
- 22 May Economics – Paper III – Indian Economy
- 23 May Economics – Paper IV – (Public Finance and International Economics)
- 26 May, Tuesday Public Administration – Paper III Management of Resources
- 27 May, Wednesday Public Administration – Paper IV Office Management \ (B) E-Governance (C) Rural & Urban Government in India
- 28 May, Thursday Geography – Paper III : Regional Geography of India
- 29 May, Friday Geography – Paper IV : Remote Sensing and Geography of Information System (GIS)
BCom Second Year Exams Time Table
- Part – I
- 30 May Part I (i) Paper II – English (w.e.f. 2010-2013 Admitted Batch)
- Part I (i) Paper II – English (w.e.f. 2013-2014 Admitted Batch)
- 01 June Part I (ii) – Telugu or any Other Classical or Modern Language – Paper II
- (Hindi / Sanskrit / Bengali / Oriya / Tamil / Kannada / Malayalam / Urdu / French)
- Part – II
- 02 June Part II (ii) – Computer Course – Office Automation and Tools (w.e.f. 2010-2011 Admitted Batch)
- 03 June Part – II Environmental Studies (Applicable to the Candidates of 2007-08 Admitted Batch and Afterwards)
- 04 June History – Paper II Indian History and Culture from 1526 AD to 1950 AD
- Mathematics – Paper II Abstract, Algebra & Real Analysis
- 05 June Politics – Paper II: Indian Government and Politics
- Sociology – Paper-II: Indian Society
- 06 June, Saturday Geography (Human and Economics)
- Special Telugu – Paper-II: Sahithi Charitra – Yuga Vibhajana
- Special English – Paper II: Modern Language
- Special Hindi – Paper-II: Medieval Poetry Criticism and Poetics
- 08 June Economics – Paper-II (Macro Economics)
- 09 June, Tuesday Public Administration – Paper-II: Public Administration in India
BCom First Year Exams Time Table
- 14 May, Part I (i) Paper I – English (Upto 2010-2013 Admitted Batch)
- English (w.e.f. 2013-2014 Admitted Batch) 75
- 15 May Part I (ii) Telugu or Any Other Classical or Modern Language – Paper II
- Hindi / Sanskrit / Bengali / Oriya / Tamil / Kannada / Malayalam / Urdu / French
- 16 May Part I (iii) Compulsory Subject: Foundation Course – 1 Contemporary India
- Economy, Polity and Society (w.e.f. 2010-2011 Admitted Batch)
- (Part – II)
- 18 May Computer Course : Introduction to Computer (Compulsory Paper) (w.e.f. 2010-2011 Admitted Batch)
- 19 May, Tuesday History – Paper I History and Culture of India up to 1526
- Mathematics – Paper I Differential Equations and Solid Geometry
- Sociology – Paper I Basic Concepts and Perspectives
- 20 May Special Telugu – Paper I
- Special English – Paper I (Modern Language)
- Special Hindi – Paper I
- 21 May Politics – Paper-I Concepts, Theories and Institutions
- 22 May, Friday Economics – Paper – I Micro Economics
- 23 May, Saturday Public Administration – Paper I Introduction to Public Administration
- 26 May, Tuesday Fundamental of Physical
BSc Exams Time Table
BSc Third Year Exams Time Table
- PART – I
- 14 May, Thursday Foundation Course -II (Science, Technology and Development) (w.e.f. 2010-11 admitted batch)
- PART – II
- 15 May, Friday Mathematics Paper – III — Linear Algebra and Vector Calculus
- 16 May, Saturday Mathematics Paper – IV — (Numerical Analysis)
- 18 May, Monday Physics Paper – III Electricity Magnetism and Electronics (with Mathematics Combination)
- Statistics Paper-III (Applied Statistics) (with Mathematics Combination)
- 19 May, Tuesday Physics Paper – IV (Modem Physics)
- Statistics Paper – IV Quality, Reliability and Operations Research
- 20 May, Wednesday Chemistry Paper – III (Inorganic, Organic & Physical Chemistry)
- Computer Science Paper – III (Data Base Management Systems)
- 21 May, Thursday Chemistry Paper – IV: Physico Chemical Methods of Analysis and Drugs formulations pesticides, green chemistry and macromolecules Material science and catalysis
- Computer Science Paper – IV Operating Systems
- 22 May, Friday Economics Paper – III – Indian Economy
- Botany – III Cell Biology, Genetics, Ecology, and Biodiversity
- 23 May, Saturday Economics Paper – IV – (Public Finance and International Economics) (up to 2008-09 batches)
- Botany – IV Physiology, Tissue Culture Biotechnology, Seed Technology & Horticulture
- 28-05-2020, Thursday Geography Paper – III – Regional Geography India
- Zoology – III Animal Physiology, Genetics & Evolution
- 29 May, Friday Geography Paper – IV – Remote Sensing and Geography of Inform System CGIS
- Zoology – IV – Fisheries and Aqua Culture, Clinical Science & Animal Biotechnology
BSc Second Year Exams Time Table
- PART – I
- 30 May, Saturday Part- I (i) English – Paper-II (Upto 2012-13 Admitted Batch)
- Part -I (i) English – Paper-II (w.e.f. 2013-2014 Admitted Batch) 75
- 01 June, Monday Part I (ii) – Telugu or any Other Classical or Modern Language Paper II
- (Hindi / Sanskrit / Bengali / Oriya / Tamil / Kannada / Malayalam / Urdu / French Part A & B)
- 02 June, Tuesday Computer Course – II: Office Automation and Tools (w.e.f. 2010 – 11 admitted batch)
- 03 June, Wednesday Part -II Environmental Studies
- 04 June, Thursday Mathematics Paper-II (Abstract Algebra and Real Analysis)
- 05 June, Friday Physics Paper – II: Thermo Dynamics and Optics (with Mathematics Combination)
- Statistics Paper – II : (Statistical Method and Inference) with Mathematics Combination
- 06 June, Saturday Chemistry Paper-II (Inorganic, Organic, Physical & General Chemistry)
- Computer Science Paper – II (Object Oriented Programming with Java and Data Structures)
- Geography (Human and Economic Geography)
- 08 June, Monday Economics – Paper-II (Macro Economics)
- Botany Paper-II (Anatomy, Embryology, Taxonomy and Medicinal Botany)
- 09 June, Tuesday Zoology – Paper-II (Biology of Chordate Embryology, Ecology and Zoogeography)
- 10 June, Wednesday Mathematics – Paper-II (Bridge Course) (New Syllabus) w.e.f. 2013-14 admitted batch (for Intermediate Bi.P.C. Candidates)
BSc First Year Exams Time Table
- PART – I
- 14 May, Thursday Part I (i): English Paper-I (Upto 2012-13 Admitted Batch)
- Part I (i) : English Paper-I (w.e.f. 2013-2014 Admitted Batch) 75
- 15 May, Friday Part I (ii) Telugu or any Other Classical or Modern Language – Paper-I (Hindi / Sanskrit / Bengali / Oriya / Tamil / Kannada / Malayalam / Urdu / French
- Part A & B)
- 16 May Saturday Part I (iii) Compulsory Subject Part A: Foundation Course – I: Contemporary
- India: Economy, Polity and Society (w.e.f. 2010-2011 admitted batch)
- PART – II
- 18 May, Monday Computer Course-I: Introduction to Computers (Compulsory Paper) (w.e.f. 2010-2011 admitted batch)
- 19 May, Tuesday Mathematics Paper – I Differential Equations and Solid Geometry
- 20 May, Wednesday Physics Paper – I (Mechanics Waves and Oscillation)
- Statistics Paper – I (Descriptive Statistics and Probability Distributions)
- 21 May, Thursday Chemistry Paper – I (Inorganic, Organic, Physical and General Chemistry)
- Computer Science Paper- I (PC Software and Programming in “C”)
- 22 May, Friday Economics Paper – I (Micro Economics)
- Botany Paper-I Microbial Diversity, Cryptogams and Gymnosperms
- 23 May, Saturday Paper – I Mathematics (Bridge Course) New Syllabus (Upto 2013-14 Admitted Batch (For intermediate BIPC Candidates)
- 26 May, Tuesday Geography (w.e.f. May 2016) (Fundamental of Physical Geography)
- Zoology Paper – I Biology of Invertebrates and Cell Biology
In view of the academic work, some colleges are expressing their inability to conduct the examinations. In such instances, we are constrained to allott some other colleges in the same town/place or nearby towns, for which the candidates are requested to co-operate with the administration and write their exams at their allotted centres.
Such information will be known from our university website. www.andhrauniversity.info/sde or at the college where the candidate has originally opted for. Such candidates have to collect their Hall Tickets from the allotted examination centres three days before the commencement of exam. All other candidates also have to collect their Hall Tickets numbers respectively Chief Superintendent of the Exam Centres when the candidate has opted for.
The candidate has to collect the Original Hall Ticket from the Chief Superintendent of the Examination centre which he/she has chosen, Three Days before commencement of the respective examination. No further intimation will be sent to the candidates in this regard. The candidates are informed that the defaulters of Tuition Fee to the School will not be permitted to take the examination and those who have not already paid should pay the necessary Tuition Fee by way of Demand Draft in favour of The Registrar, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, with Fine as prescribed.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES APPEARING FOR EXAMINATION
Director School of Distance Education Candidates for University Examinations are required to observe the following instructions very carefully. Silence should be maintained in the Examination Hall. Candidate should take their place in the Examination hall at least Five Minutes before the time fixed for distributing the papers. Candidates presenting themselves more than half-an-hour after the appointed time will not be admitted to the Examination hall.
Candidates who are undoubtedly suffering from infectious diseases of any kind will not be admitted. Candidates should bring with them to the examination hall each day of the examination their hall-tickets for inspection by the Chief Superintendent.
Candidates are prohibited from writing upon their Hall-tickets or Question Papers. Candidates are also prohibited from writing their names or any other name unconnected with the answers on any part of their Answer Books, but their Register Numbers should be written very distinctly on the title pages of the main answer-book. Failure to write their Register Numbers may involve the Rejection of Answer Papers. They should fill in the subject and the year on the outer cover of the Main Answer-book. Register Number should not be noted on the additional answer-books.
Candidates are not allowed to exceed the time assigned to a paper. No Candidate will be allowed to leave the examination hall till the expiry of atleast an hour and a half after a Question Paper has been given out, and no candidate who leaves the hall during the period allotted for a paper will be allowed to return within that period.
Candidates are forbidden to ask questions of any kind during the examination. They are further forbidden to communicate with the examiners should they do so, their answer papers will not be valued and their conduct will be reported to the Executive Council for the disciplinary action.
Candidates are not allowed to use of books of any kind (except as provided in Rule No. 8). They are also prohibited from introducing into the examination room any material printed or otherwise except the Hall ticket and from making use of any of those whether introduce into the room by themselves or anyone else from communicating with or copying from each other and from communicating with any person outside the examination hall.
Any candidate detected in the violation of these rules will be summarily sent out of the room forthwith and his/her conduct will be reported to the Registrar. Such a candidate stands the risk of having all his/her answer papers for the examination for which he/she has appeared rejected by the E.C. and of being debarred from sitting for the University Examination for such period as the E.C. may decide.
The use of stencils at the University Examination is not permitted except to the student answering paper in Mathematics. The use of Mathematical instruments, whilst answering papers in Mathematics, will be allowed. Such instruments will not be supplied by the University.
Clark’s Mathematical and Physical tables will be supplied to the candidates in Mathematics. Candidates should not bring into the examination hall their own copies. 9. Candidates are required to provide themselves with their own pens. Candidates may bring into the examination hall their own ink-bottles.
They must, however, use only black ink while answering their question papers. 10. Particular attention is required to the instructions regarding rough working and loose sheet paper, printed on the answer books. Answers should be written on the reverse of the answer book.
All rough work must be done on the right-hand side of the problem itself leaving a margin for that purpose with the heading ‘rough work’ underlined. The number of each question as given in the question paper should be noted both on the margin and in the centre of the page of the answer book just above the respective answer.
No separate books for rough working will be supplied to candidates. Papers should not be detached from the answer books of candidates. If the ordinary answer books are found insufficient, additional books will be supplied and these should be securely fastened to the main answer books by a thread which can be had from the superintendent.
When candidates have finished writing their answers and wish to give up their Answer books, or at the end of the period prescribed for each particular part of the examination, each should stand up in his place and remain standing until one of the Superintendents has gone up to him and has received his Answer Books from him.
Candidates sitting for the examination at the different centres should apply to the chief superintendent of the respective centre for their hall tickets three days before the commencement of the respective examinations. Any particulars noted in the hall-tickets differing from those given in the application for the examination should be immediately reported to the Chief Superintendent by the concerned candidate.
It will not be permissible for candidates to sit for the examination at a centre other than that at which names are registered, without the special permission of the Director. No permission for change of centre will be granted after applications are registered.
Candidates appearing at centres where they are not known must be prepared to satisfy the Chief Superintendents of such centres as to their identity. They shall also be required to sign on the identification certificates produced by them before the Chief Superintendents of the respective centres. The Identification certificates may be obtained either from the Principal of an affiliated college of the University or from an Officer in Government not lower in rank than a Sub-Magistrate in Andhra Pradesh.
Change of Centre will be allowed on payment of Rs. 500/- and on requisition from the candidate with valid reason with documentary evidence without prejudice University right Visit AU SDE Website