SRI KRISHNADEVARAYA UNIVERSITY RAYALASEEMA UNIVERSITY

OIL TECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE (JNTUA)

POST GRADUATE COMMON ENTRANCE TEST-2013 (SKURUPGCET – 2013) INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
A. GENERAL 1. The Convener (SKURUPGCET-2013), Directorate of Admissions, Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Anantapuram invites applications for admission into various Post Graduate (PG) courses in Arts, Science and Commerce offered in Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Anantapuram, Rayalaseema University, Kurnool and their affiliated colleges along with OTRI affiliated to JNT University Anantapuram for the academic year 2013–14. 2. The admissions are governed by the SKURUPGCET-2013 rules and regulations given below. The Advisory Committee of SKURUPGCET-2013 reserves the right to change or modify the rules and regulations. 3. For getting admission, a candidate should qualify SKURUPGCET-2013 and satisfy the eligibility criteria prescribed for the course. No candidate will be admitted by the University or the affiliated college without Rank in SKURUPGCET-2013. 4. Indian Nationals who are natives of other States (other than A.P.) are eligible for admission under National Integration Quota (5%). These seats are over and above existing seats. 5. Foreign nationals/NRIs can be admitted without Entrance Test subject to satisfying the eligibility criteria and production of STUDENT VISA for the period of study in the University. 6. Post Graduate (PG) degree holders of a particular course/subject are not entitled for admission into the same course/subject. However, a PG degree holder can pursue another PG course in a different course/subject but is not eligible for hostel admission and scholarship. 7. No candidate is entitled to pursue more than one full time course at a time. If admitted, no candidate can undertake any other assignment or employment, or study any other course simultaneously. 8. University reserves the right to run or not to run a particular course basing on the economic viability depending on the number of candidates who opt to join in it. 9. Qualifying in the SKURUPGCET-2013 does not guarantee admission. The candidate must satisfy all the eligibility criteria prescribed for admission into the course. 10. If it is proved that any of the certificates submitted by a candidate was tampered or fake, the candidate not only looses seat but is also liable for prosecution. 11. The rule of reservation is not applicable for Payment seats and NRI seats. 12. Notwithstanding anything in this Booklet, the rules and regulations that are in force in the Universities from time to time are applicable. 13. Before applying for SKURUPGCET – 2013, the candidate has to verify himself/ herself about the eligibility to write a particular Test and to seek admission into the related course. 14. Each University reserves the right to modify courses/seats available in the Colleges and the same will be made available in the website www.skurupgcet.org Old question paper Booklets of some of the subjects can be obtained by paying .20 per Booklet from the Directorate of Admissions, Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Anantapuram and from Rayalaseema University, Kurnool B. COURSES OF STUDY The courses offered are of two years duration (4 Semesters) except M.Ed. (2 Semesters). The choice Based Credit System (CBCS) will be in vogue for all the courses offered at Sri Krishnadevaraya University College.

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The Regular (R), Payment (P) and Self Financing (SF) courses offered in the Universities/affiliated colleges are as follows.
C. AVAILABILITY OF SEATS IN UNIVERSITIES AND AFFILIATED COLLEGES

Sri Krishnadevaraya University College, Anantapuram (Code: 101) Course Seats under Various Categories ( Choice Based Credit System) Regular Payment Self Financing M.A. Adult Education 15 M.A. Applied Economics 30 10 M.A. Economics 30 10 M.A. English 40 10 M.A. History 25 05 M.A. Political Science 25 10 M.A. Public Administration 20 10 M.A. Rural Development 25 10 M.A. Sociology 25 10 M.A. Telugu 40 10 M.A. Hindi 15 M.Sc. Biochemistry 12 10 M.Sc. Biotechnology 12 10 M.Sc. Botany 12 18 M.Sc. Chemistry 40 14 M.Sc. Organic Chemistry 12 M.Sc. Computer Science 30 M.Sc. Electronics & Communications 30 M.Sc. Electronics & Instrumentation 12 18 M.Sc. Geography 15 08 M.Sc. Mathematics 20 10 M.Sc. Applied Mathematics 20 10 M.Sc. Microbiology 12 10 M.Sc. Physics 40 10 M.Sc. Polymer Science & Technology 12 06 M.Sc. Sericulture 10 05 M.Sc. Statistics 12 08 M.Sc. Zoology 12 18 M.Com. 45 15 M. P. Ed. 10 30 M. L. I. Sc. 25 10 M.Ed. 35 M.S.W. 20 15 Sri Krishnadevaraya University Affiliated Colleges Course M.Sc. Biochemistry M.Sc. Botany M.Sc. Electronics & Communications M.Sc. Physics Code 103 105 103 104 102 104 103 103 104 Name of the College PVKK Degree & PG College, Anantapuram Sri Vani Degree & PG College, Anantapuram PVKK Degree & PG College, Anantapuram SSBN Degree & PG College (Autonomous), Anantapuram Government Degree College, Anantapuram SSBN Degree & PG College (Autonomous), Anantapuram PVKK Degree & PG College, Anantapuram PVKK Degree & PG College, Anantapuram SSBN Degree & PG College (Autonomous), Anantapuram

NRI

02 05 02 02 -

Self Financing 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

M.Sc. Analytical Chemistry

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102 103 104 105 107 M.Sc. Organic Chemistry 108 109 113 114 116 117 102 103 108 109 112 113 111 102 103 102 103 104 107 109 116 103 102 103 102 103 111 102 111 116 102 103 111 106 103 107 109 116 117 102 108 110 104 111 115

M.Sc. Computer Science

M.Sc. Microbiology

M.Sc. Mathematics

M.Sc. Zoology M.A. Economics M.A. English

M.A. Political Science

M.A. Telugu

M. Com. Professional

M.Com.

M.Ed.

Government Degree College, Anantapuram PVKK Degree & PG College, Anantapuram SSBN Degree & PG College (Autonomous), Anantapuram Sri Vani Degree & PG College, Anantapuram Sri Venkateswara Degree & PG College, Anantapuram Balayesu Degree College, Hindupur Sapthagiri Degree College, Hindupur Saraswathi Degree College, Tadipatri Sri Vivekananda Degree College, Kadiri SDGS Degree & PG College, Hindupur Sreenivasa Degree & PG College, Dharmavaram Government Degree College, Anantapuram PVKK Degree & PG College, Anantapuram Balayesu Degree College, Hindupur Sapthagiri Degree College, Hindupur Sir CV Raman Degree College, Tadipatri Saraswathi Degree College, Tadipatri SKP Govt. Degree & PG College, Guntakal Government Degree College, Anantapuram PVKK Degree & PG College, Anantapuram Government Degree College, Anantapuram PVKK Degree & PG College, Anantapuram SSBN Degree & PG College (Autonomous), Anantapuram Sri Venkateswara Degree & PG College, Anantapuram Sapthagiri Degree College, Hindupur SDGS Degree & PG College, Hindupur PVKK Degree & PG College, Anantapuram Government Degree College, Anantapuram PVKK Degree & PG College, Anantapuram Government Degree College, Anantapuram PVKK Degree & PG College, Anantapuram SKP Government Degree College, Guntakal Government Degree College, Anantapuram SKP Government Degree College, Guntakal SDGS Degree & PG College, Hindupur Government Degree College, Anantapuram PVKK Degree & PG College, Anantapuram SKP Government Degree College, Guntakal SYTR Government Degree & PG College, Madakasira PVKK Degree & PG College, Anantapuram Sri Venkateswara Degree & PG College, Anantapuram Sapthagiri Degree College, Hindupur SDGS Degree & PG College, Hindupur Sreenivasa Degree & PG College, Dharmavaram Government Degree College, Anantapuram Balayesu Degree College, Hindupur KSN Govt. Degree College for Women, Anantapuram SSBN Degree & PG College (Autonomous), Anantapuram SKP Government Degree College, Guntakal Sridevi College of Education, Kalyandurg

30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 40 30 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 35

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M.Sc. Statistics M.Sc. Biotechnology M.Sc. Chemistry M.A. History

102 104 111 102

Government Degree College, Anantapuram SSBN Degree & PG College (Autonomous), Anantapuram SKP Government Degree College, Guntakal Government Degree College, Anantapuram

30 30 30 40

Rayalaseema University College, Kurnool (Code: 201) Course M.A. Economics M.A. Telugu M.A. English M.Sc. Operations Research & Statistical Quality Control M.Sc. Physics M.Sc. Computer Science M.Sc. Mathematics M.Sc. Chemistry M.Sc. Organic Chemistry M.Sc. Botany M.Sc. Zoology M.Sc. Biotechnology M.Sc. Electronics and Communications M.Com. M.Ed. Seats under Various Categories Regular Payment Self-Financing 30 5 30 5 40 20 5 20 5 25 25 20 5 20 5 30 5 30 5 30 5 30 5 25 5 45

Rayalaseema University Affiliated Colleges Course Code Name of the College 203 Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal M.Sc. Computer Science 204 National PG College, Nandyal (Minority Institution) 206 KVR Govt. Degree College for Women, Kurnool M.Sc. Electronics & 203 Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal Communications 204 National PG College, Nandyal (Minority Institution) M.Sc. Biochemistry 205 St. Joseph’s Degree & PG College, Kurnool 212 Sri Sankara’s PG College, Kurnool M.Sc. Mathematics 203 Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal 204 National PG College, Nandyal (Minority Institution) 205 St. Joseph’s Degree & PG College, Kurnool 211 SPY Reddy Degree College for Women, Nandyal 209 Silver Jubilee Govt. Degree College, Kurnool M.Sc. Applied 203 Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal Mathematics 204 National PG College, Nandyal (Minority Institution) M.Sc. Microbiology 205 St. Joseph’s Degree & PG College, Kurnool 204 National PG College, Nandyal (Minority Institution) 205 St. Joseph’s Degree & PG College, Kurnool M.Sc. Organic Chemistry 206 KVR Govt. Degree College for Women, Kurnool 207 Osmania College, Kurnool (Minority Institution) 208 K.V. Subba Reddy Degree and PG College, Allagadda 212 Sri Sankara’s PG College, Kurnool 213 The Adoni Arts and Science College, Adoni 214 Sri Sai Ram Degree College, Nandikotkur 215 SNR Degree and PG College, Karivena, Atmakur 219 Dr. Ramalinga Reddy PG College, Allagadda 221 Sai Sree Degree College, Dhone

Self Financing 40 40 40 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 40 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 60 30

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M.Sc. Physics

M.Sc. Botany M.A. Telugu

M.A. English

M.A. Economics

M.Com. Professional

M. Com

M.Ed.

203 204 207 208 209 203 204 209 214 203 206 207 209 211 212 202 214 209 203 205 206 207 210 202 209 216 217 218 220

Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal National PG College, Nandyal (Minority Institution) Osmania College, Kurnool (Minority Institution) K.V. Subba Reddy Degree and PG College, Allagadda Silver Jubilee Govt. Degree College, Kurnool Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal National PG College, Nandyal (Minority Institution) Silver Jubilee Govt. Degree College, Kurnool Sri Sai Ram Degree & PG College, Nandikotkur Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal KVR Govt. College for Women, Kurnool Osmania College, Kurnool (Minority Institution) Silver Jubilee Govt. Degree College, Kurnool SPY Reddy Degree College for Women, Nandyal Sri Sankara’s PG College, Kurnool Govt. Degree College for Men, Kurnool Sri Sai Ram Degree & PG College, Nandikotkur Silver Jubilee Govt. Degree College, Kurnool Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal St. Joseph’s Degree & PG College, Kurnool KVR Govt. Degree College for Women, Kurnool Osmania College, Kurnool (Minority Institution) RIE PG College, Kurnool Govt. Degree College for Men, Kurnool Silver Jubilee Govt. Degree College, Kurnool Viswavani College of Education, Nandyal Sri Sankara’s College of Education, Kurnool JVRR College of Education, Nandyal Sri Lakshmi Venkateswara College of Education, Kurnool

30 30 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 35 35 35 35

Oil Technological Research Institute (OTRI), Anantapuram affiliated to JNTUA Anantapuram (Code: 301) Course M.Sc. Food Technology MSc. Organic Chemistry M.Sc. Biochemistry M.Sc. Biotechnology D. ELIGIBILITY FOR WRITING THE ENTRANCE TEST 1. The candidate should have passed the qualifying examination with a minimum of 40% marks in the concerned subject. For the courses where the admission is based on the degree as a whole, the aggregate percentage in the group subjects should be 40% of marks. For admission into M.Ed., the aggregate marks in B.Ed. should be 50% and the aggregate marks in degree/PG should be 45%. Pass is sufficient for SC/ST candidates for admission into any course. 2. Candidates who have already passed the qualifying examination or who have appeared / are appearing for the final year annual examination in 2013 are eligible to apply. Supplementary candidates of 2013 are not eligible. 3. Eligibility criteria fixed for each course is given in Section S. E. HOW TO APPLY 1. Candidate has to submit a separate application for each Entrance Test. 2. Application along with Prospectus can be obtained from the sales counters of post offices and banks at places mentioned in the notification by paying an amount of .330/-( .300/- + .30/- towards service charge) in cash. 3. Application can be obtained by post from the Convener, SKURUPGCET-2013, Directorate of Admissions, Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Anantapuram-515 003 by sending a demand draft (DD) Self-Financing 25 25 25 25

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for .350/- (including postage for sending the application) drawn on a nationalized bank in favour of The Convener, SKURUPGCET-2013 payable at Anantapuram with the name and address of the applicant clearly written on the reverse side of the DD. 4. The duly filled-in application set (application form, computer data sheet, acknowledgement card and window covers) should be accompanied with the Xerox copies of: a. Date of birth extract / SSC b. Evidence for claims of reservation under Caste/PH/NCC/NSS/Games & Sports/ CAP/ NI c. Marks statement of the qualifying examination (those who are writing their final year exam have to submit first and second year marks of qualifying examination). 5. Incomplete applications will be summarily rejected F. LAST DATE FOR RECEIPT OF FILLED-IN APPLICATIONS Filled in application(s) should be sent by registered post/ speed post/ courier only (in the cover supplied along with the application), clearly mentioning the Test Number and Test Centre Code on the cover to the following address so as to reach on or before 5 pm on 22-04-2013. The Convener takes no responsibility for loss/delay in transit. . THE CONVENER SKURUPGCET-2013 DIRECTORATE OF ADMISSIONS SRI KRISHNADEVARAYA UNIVERSITY ANANTAPURAM - 515 003 G. LATE APPLICATIONS Applications will be accepted by hand only up to 5 PM on 25-4-2013 with a late fee of .500/- paid through DD in favor of the Convener, SKURUPGCET-2013 at the Directorate of Admissions, Anantapuram only (duplicate of late fee DD receipt and receipt issued by the Directorate of Admissions should be retained by the candidate till his/her admission is over). H. HALL TICKETS 1. Hall tickets for the Entrance Test will be sent to the candidates 10 days before the date of Test. 2. In case of non-receipt of original Hall Ticket, the candidate can download the same from the website www.skurupgcet.org and attend the Entrance Test. 3. Duplicate Hall Ticket can also be had from the office of the Convener, SKURUPGCET-2013 or from the Chief Superintendent of the Examination Centre by submitting an attested passport size photograph and a demand draft for .100/- drawn in favor of the ‘Convener, SKURUPGCET-2013’ along with the evidence of having submitted the application. 4. SKURUPGCET-2013 Hall Ticket is to be preserved carefully and produced at the time of admission along with their Rank Card. I. TEST CENTRES 1. Test Centres for SKURUPGCET-2013 are as follows: Test Centres Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Anantapuram Rayalaseema University, Kurnool Code 01 02

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Candidates applying for more than one Test are advised to opt for only one Test Centre. Request for change of Test Centre mentioned in the application will not be entertained. If number of applicants choosing Rayalaseema University for any Test is less than 25, the Test will be conducted at Anantapuram Centre only. The Convener reserves the right for allotting a Centre other than the Centre opted by the candidate.

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J. PARTICULARS OF ENTRANCE TESTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. There is a prescribed syllabus for each Entrance Test as given in Section S. The syllabus of each Test consists of Section-A for 30 marks, Section-B for 30 marks and Section-C for 40marks. Each Entrance Test will be of 90 minutes duration with 100 multiple choice questions. Each question carries one mark and there is no negative mark for wrong answer. The question paper for English will be in English; Telugu will be in Telugu and Hindi will be in Hindi. For all other Tests, the question papers will be in both English and Telugu. No candidate will be permitted into the examination hall without proper Hall Ticket. Calculators, books, papers, mathematical and physical tables, slide rulers, pagers, electronic organizers, digital diaries, cellular phones or any other calculating aids are not allowed into the Examination Hall. Candidate should answer only on the OMR SHEET provided to him/her with name, Hall Ticket number and Photo printed on it.

K. RANKING 1. 2. The minimum qualifying Marks in the Entrance Test is 25. However, for SC/ST candidates there is no minimum qualifying mark. When there is a tie on the basis of marks obtained in the Test as a whole, it will be resolved on the basis of marks obtained in Section – C. If there is still a tie, it will be resolved on the basis of marks obtained in Section – B. If there is still a tie, it will be resolved on the basis of marks obtained in Section – A. If there is still a tie, it will be resolved as per seniority in age. Rank Cards will be posted to the candidates within ten days after the publication of SKURUPGCET–2013 results. Any candidate, who has lost or not received the Rank Card can download the same from the website www.skurupgcet.org The Rank obtained in SKURUPGCET-2013 is valid for admission for the academic year 2013-14 only. There is NO provision for REVALUATION or PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION of Answer Sheet.

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L. ADMISSION PROCEDURE 1. Admissions will be based on SKURUPGCET-2013 Rank, subject to fulfillment of other eligibility criteria. 2. The candidate should have passed the qualifying examination with minimum percentage of marks when he/she is called for the counseling for admission, failing which the qualified candidates next in Rank would be admitted. 3. Admissions pertaining to all the colleges will be made through counseling at Directorate of Admissions, Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Anantapuram. 4. Candidates have to attend the counseling at the date and time at their own expense with the required original documents and fees. 5. If a candidate fails to attend the counseling at the specified date and time for whatever reason (including non-receipt or delayed receipt of call letter), he/she will forfeit the seat and the candidate next in Rank will be considered for counseling. Any representation for postponement of the date and time or exemption from personal appearance will not be entertained. 6. Late comers for the counseling on the scheduled date will be considered for the available vacancies at that point of time only. If a candidate attends on the subsequent date of the counseling in the same phase, he/she may be considered on the next day before the counseling for the candidates scheduled for the day. 7. If a candidate reports after the counseling for the subject in a given phase is over such a candidate will be considered for admission in the next phase of counseling subject to the availability of vacancy in the subject and category concerned. 8. At the time of counseling, the following original documents should be submitted by the candidate:  SKURUPGCET-2013 Rank Card and Hall Ticket  Marks statements and Provisional/Degree Certificate of the qualifying examination  Transfer and Conduct certificates  SSC and Intermediate pass certificates  Six Passport size photographs  Study certificates from IX class to qualifying examination  Caste certificate in original from Tahshildar in case of SC/ST/BC candidates (integrated caste certificate or temporary caste certificate taken in 2013)  Two income certificates from the Tahshildar obtained in 2013  Relevant certificate in case of other reservations (PH/NCC/NSS/Games & Sports/NI)

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 Discharge certificate and service certificate of the parent in case of a child of armed person.  Residence Certificate of parents for stay in the state of A.P. from Tahshildar in case of candidates who have studied outside A.P. / carried out private study  Migration certificate (for other than SVU region candidates) 9. The cases of pending revaluation will not be considered. 10. Admission will be finalized on the day of counseling on the basis of Rank obtained in the Entrance Test and fulfillment of eligibility criteria subject to rules of reservation. Candidate who fails to produce all the necessary certificates, particularly TC & CC, Marks memo, and reservation category certificates at the time of counseling will forfeit admission and the candidate next in Rank will be admitted. If selected, the candidate has to pay the prescribed fee immediately. 11. Cancellation of admission is allowed with a cancellation fee of 10% of the regular or self financing fee paid or .500/- whichever is more until the commencement of second phase of counseling and without refund of fee from the date of commencement of second phase of counseling. 12. For cancellation of admission after the closing of admissions, one has to pay the total fee for the entire course period without concession and get back the original certificates. 13. All the admissions are purely provisional and the concerned University reserves the right to cancel the admission at any stage. M. LOCAL AND NON-LOCAL CANDIDATES 1. The SVU region comprises of areas coming under Sri Venkateswara University, Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Rayalaseema University, Yogi Vemana University, Vikrama Simhapuri Uinversity, Sri Padmavathi Mahila Viswa Vidyalayam and Dravidian University. The OU region comprises of Osmania, Kakatiya, Satavahana, Mahatma Gandhi, Telengana and Palamur University areas. The AU region comprises of Andhra, Acharya Nagarjuna, Dr.B.R. Ambedkar, Krishna and Nannaya University areas. 2. A candidate is treated as local to a particular region (SVU/OU/AU) if a. he/she has studied in that region (or stayed in case of private study) for four consecutive academic years ending with the academic year in which he/she has first appeared for the final year qualifying examination. b. he/she has studied (or stayed in case of private study) for seven consecutive academic years within the state of Andhra Pradesh ending with the academic year in which he/she first appeared for the final year qualifying examination and studied (or stayed in case of private study) for a maximum period in that region. c. In case a candidate has studied (or stayed in case of private study) for equal periods in two different regions during the last seven years, he/she is local to that region where he/she has studied (or stayed in case of private study) lastly. 3. Any candidate who is not local to one region will be treated as non-local to that region, if a. He/she is local to any other region in Andhra Pradesh State. b. He/she resided for a total period of not less than 10 years in Andhra Pradesh, excluding the periods of study outside the State. c. His/her parents have resided in Andhra Pradesh for a total period of not less than 10 years. d. His/her parent/spouse is presently working in Andhra Pradesh in government or allied services. N. ALLOCATION OF SEATS TO VARIOUS RESERVATION CATEGORIES 1. 85% of the seats in each course are filled with local candidates of SVU region, while 15% are filled with local or non-local candidates on merit. 2. Seats allocated for different reserved categories are as follows: SC-15%, ST-6%, BCA-7%, BCB-10%, BCC1%, BCD-7%, BCE-4%, NCC-1%, NSS-1%, Games and Sports-1%, PH (Physically Handicapped)-3% and CAP (Children of Armed Personnel)-2%. (ECA and PH are for local candidates only) 3. Reservation for women: 33.33% of the seats are reserved for women candidates in each category (i.e., OPEN, SC, ST, BC, ECA and PH). This rule is not applied if women candidates selected on merit in a category from one third or more of the seats therein. If there are no suitable women candidates in a category, the seats will be filled with men candidates of the same category. 4. A vacancy under SC goes to ST and vice-versa. If enough SC & ST candidates are not available, the left-over seats will go to OC. A vacancy under one BC group goes to any other BC group on the basis of merit in Entrance Rank. If enough BC candidates are not available, the left-over seats will go to OC.

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5. For admission into Extra Curricular Activities (ECA) seats, participation during the period of study of the qualifying examination is alone considered. 6. Expert committees nominated by the University will certify the suitability and priority of the candidates under special categories (ECA/PH/CAP). O. PAYMENT SEATS In most of the Regular (R) courses, additional seats are provided as payment seats. The candidates selected for admission under this category have to pay the prescribed fee at the time of admission in addition to Special fee of the respective courses. In case of Sri Krishnadevaraya University College, payment fee has to be paid in second year also. P. NRI SEATS In some of the courses, additional seats are provided as NRI seats. The candidates selected for admission under this category have to pay the NRI fee at the time of admission, in addition to the special fee payable. In case of Sri Krishnadevaraya University College, NRI fee has to be paid in second year also. Admissions for payment and NRI seats will be done simultaneously along with the regular and Self Finance seats. Candidates have to come prepared with necessary fee. Q. FEE PARTICULARS Fee details of all courses at different institutions will be made available in the website. Each admitted candidate has to pay the fee immediately in the bank counter provided at the counseling venue. In addition to the course fee, each admitted candidate has to pay an additional amount of .300/- ( .150/- for SC/ST category) towards counseling fee. Extra computer lab fee / library fee is to be paid for certain courses. Fee concession is allowed to SC/ST/BC candidates for regular and self financing courses on the production of valid caste and income certificates as per the G.O.s in vogue. SC/ST/BC category candidates claiming fee exemption/reimbursement have to produce parental income certificate ( 1,00,000/- or less) taken on or after 01-01-2013. Fee concession is not applicable for payment and NRI categories and those admitted under Left over Convener quota and Management quota. If both Regular and Self-Financing courses are run for the same subject in a particular college, the fee reimbursement from the Government will be same as the fee reimbursed for regular course, and the SC/ST candidates have to pay the remaining fee vide G.O. MS.No.56, Social Welfare Department, dated 0610-2003. If any admitted BC/SC/ST category candidate does not get fee reimbursement from the Government, he/she will have to pay the specified fee to the University. Or if the government reimburses only part of the fee, the student has to pay the remaining fee.

The candidates are advised to see the website www.skurupgcet.org from time to time for information with regard to the availability of the course in a particular institution, number of seats, fee, etc.
Fee for Regular Courses at Sri Krishnadevaraya University College and Rayalaseema University College First year fee is to be paid at the time of admission and second year fee is to be paid at the beginning of the second year. Course Tuition fee ( ) General Category Special fee ( ) Reservation Category Tuition fee Special fee Total ( ) ( ) fee ( ) 1645 1495 1495 1645 1495 1495

Total fee ( )

Regular Seats
M.Sc. M.A., M.L.I.Sc. M.Com 6570 3705 4970 1645 1495 1495 8215 5200 6465

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Fee for Self Financing Courses at Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Rayalaseema University, JNTU Anantapuram and their affiliated colleges. First year fee is to be paid at the time of admission and second year fee is to be paid at the beginning of the second year.

Self Financing Seats
Course General Category Tuition Special Total fee ( ) fee ( ) fee ( ) 14960 1495 16445 32740 1645 34385 Reservation Category Tuition Special Total fee ( ) fee ( ) fee ( ) 1495 1495 12740 1645 14385

Economics /English/ Telugu/Political Science/History /Biotechnology/Microbiology/ Biochemistry/ Chemistry /(Organic/Analytical)/ Food Technology Botany/Zoology/ Physics / Electronics & Communications/ Computer Science/ Mathematics/Applied Mathematics/ Statistics M.Ed. (University Colleges) M.Ed. (Affiliated Colleges) M.P.Ed. M.Com./M.Com Professional

27740 22740 27740 57740 20240 14110

1645 1645 1495 1495 1495 1495

29385 24385 29385 59235 21735 15605

7740 2740 7740 37740 240 -

1645 1645 1495 1495 1495 1495

9385 4385 9385 39235 1735 1495

Fee for Self Financing Courses at Oil Technological Research Institute, affiliated to JNTUA, Anantapuram

Self Financing Seats
Course General Category Tuition Special Total fee ( ) fee ( ) fee ( ) 30000 5500 35500 Reservation Category Tuition Special Total fee ( ) fee ( ) fee ( ) 30000 5500 35500

M.Sc. Food Technology/M.Sc. Organic Chemistry/ M.Sc. Biotechnology/M.Sc. Biochemistry

Fee for Payment seats in Sri Krishnadevaraya University College, Anantapuram The payment fee is to be paid at the time of admission and at the beginning of the second year also.

Payment Seats
Course M.L.I.Sc. , M.Com, Geography, Sericulture and all Arts Courses Mathematics/ Applied Mathematics/Polymer Science/ Statistics Zoology Electronics & Communications/ Electronics & Instrumentation/ Microbiology/ Botany M.P.Ed. Physics/Chemistry M.Ed. Biochemistry/Biotechnology Tuition fee ( ) 10000 20000 22000 25000 25000 30000 45000 50000 Special fee ( ) 1495 1645 1645 1645 1495 1645 1645 1645 Total fee ( ) 11495 21645 23645 26645 26495 31645 46645 51645

Fee for Payment seats in Rayalaseema University College, Kurnool The fee is to be paid at the time of admission. No need to pay in second year.

Payment Seats
Course Economics/ Telugu/ M.Com./ OR&SQC Physics/chemistry Tuition fee ( ) 20000 60000 Special fee ( ) 1495 1645 Total fee ( ) 21495 61645

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Botony/Electronics & Communications/ Microbiology Zoology M.Ed. Biotechnology

50000 44000 90000 100000

1645 1645 1645 1645

51645 45645 91645 101645

Fee for NRI seats at Sri Krishnadevaraya University College, Anantapuram

NRI Seats
Course M.Sc. Biotechnology M.Sc. Computer Science M.Sc. Electronics & Communications M.Sc. Electronics & Instrumentations R. HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION Admission into an institution does not automatically entitle for accommodation in the Hostels. Only limited accommodation is available for men and women students in the University Hostels. The students have to find out for themselves the details of hostel accommodation available in the affiliated colleges. Tuition fee ( ) 1,20,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 Special fee ( ) 1645 1645 1645 1645 Total fee ( ) 1,21,645 51,645 51,645 51,645

S. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR DIFFERENT COURSES The eligibility criteria for admission into each course available in Sri Krishnadevaraya University (SKU) and Rayalaseema University (RU) and in their affiliated colleges along with Oil Technological Research Institute (OTRI) affiliated to JNTUA with the Entrance Test one has to take are given below.
Course M.A. Adult Education M.Sc. Biochemistry M.Sc. Biotechnology* M.Sc. Botany M.Sc. Chemistry M.Sc. Chemistry: Physical/ Inorganic /Organic /Analytical M. Com. M. Com. Professional Eligibility B.A. with Adult Education/Any Graduate B.Sc. with Chemistry/ Biochemistry with any one biology subject B.Sc. with Chemistry / Biotechnology and any one Biology subject / B.Tech. Biotechnology B.Sc. with Botany and Chemistry / Biochemistry B.Sc. with Chemistry / Industrial Chemistry ( studied for 3 years) and any two science subjects B.Com. or B.A. with Accountancy under Part II or B.Com Computers/Computer Applications or B.B.A. /B.B.M./ B.Com company Secretaryship or B.Com (Honours) or B.Com (Restructured Courses) B.Sc. Computer Science / B.C.A. / B.A. Computer Applications / B.Com. Computer Applications / B.Sc. Mathematics combination/ B.A. Mathematics combination B.A. with Economics B.Ed. B.Sc. Mathematics, Physics and Electronics B.Sc. Mathematics, Electronics and Computer Science B.Sc. Mathematics, Physics and Computer sciences B.Sc. Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry B.Sc. Mathematics, Physics and Electronics B.Sc. Mathematics, Electronics and Computer Science B.Sc. Mathematics, Physics and Computer sciences B.Sc. Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry B.Sc. Mathematics, Physics/Electronics/Instrumentation and any other Physical Science Subjects as third one Any graduate with English in Part I or Part II Test 01-Adult Education 02-Biochemistry 03-Biotechnology* 04-Botany 05-Chemistry

06-Commerce

M.Sc. Computer Science

07-Computer Science

M.A. Economics M.A. Applied Economics M.Ed. M.Sc. Electronics & Communications

08-Economics 09-Education 10-Electronics & Communications

M.Sc. Electronics & Instrumentation M.A. English

11 – Electronics & Instrumentation 12-English

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M.Sc. Food Technology

M.Sc. Geography M.A. Hindi

B.Sc. Food Technology/ B.Tech. Food Technology/ Food Science and Technology/ Diary Technology/ B.Sc. with Chemistry under part two with any two of the following – Food Science, Botany, Zoology, Physics, Geology, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Sericulture, Instrumentation, Industrial Chemistry, Medical Lab Technology, Polymer Technology, Home Science / B.Sc, Mathematics, Statistics or its equivalent with Chemistry as one of the subjects. Any graduate Any graduate with Hindi in Part I/Part II or B.A. Oriental Title in Hindi or any graduate with Rashtra Basha Praveen of DBHP Sabha, Madras or any graduate with Bhushan of Hindi Prachar Sabha,
Hyderabad

13–Food Technology

14-Geography 15-Hindi

M.A. History M.L.I.Sc. M.Sc. Mathematics M.Sc. Applied Mathematics M.Sc. Microbiology* M.P.Ed. M.Sc. Physics M.A. Political Science M.A. Public Administration M.Sc. Polymer Science & Technology M.A. Rural Development

B.A. with History Any Graduate B.A./B.Sc. with Mathematics B.Sc. with Microbiology / Chemistry and any two biology subjects B.P.Ed. B.Sc. with Physics and Mathematics B.A. with Political Science / Public Administration B.Sc. with Chemistry and Physics / Polymer Science Any graduate (15 seats are meant for graduates with Rural Development in Part-11 in BA) B.Sc. with one biology subject B.A. with Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Economics, History/ any graduate B.A with Sociology / Social Work Any graduate B.A./B.Sc. with Statistics and Mathematics Any graduate with Telugu in Part I or Part II or B. A. Oriental learning in Telugu B.Sc. with Zoology and Chemistry/Industrial Chemistry

16-History 17-Library & Information Science 18-Mathematics 19-Microbiology* 20-Physical Education 21-Physics 22-Political Science and Public Administration 23-Polymer Science 24RuralDevelopment 25-Sericulture 26-Social Work 27-Sociology 28-Statistics 29-Telugu

M.Sc. Sericulture
Master of Social Work M.A. Sociology M.Sc. Statistics M.Sc. OR & SQC M.A. Telugu

M.Sc. Zoology 30-Zoology * B.Sc. Nursing candidates are not eligible to apply for M.Sc. Biotechnology and Microbiology courses.

T. SYLLABI FOR ENTRANCE TESTS In most cases, syllabi prescribed for the Entrance Tests relate to the common core First year syllabus of 2010-11, Second year syllabus of 2011-12 and Third year syllabus of 2012-13 in the affiliated colleges. Test-01 Adult Education Section A: Paper I Educational System in India – Primary Education, Secondary education, Higher Education, Technical/Vocational Education, Literacy situation in India, Literacy Situation in Andhra Pradesh. Section B: Paper II Educational Policies in India – Mudaliar Commission, Radhakrishnan Commission, Kothari Commission, National Education Policy, 1986, National Literacy Mission Programme & Action, 1986 – 1992.

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Section C: Paper III Recent Concepts in Education – National Adult Education Programme (NAEP) , Mass Programme for Functional Literacy (MPEL), Area Development Approach, Total Literacy campaign, Education for All, Non – Formal Education, Decentralisation of Education, Extension Education, back to School Programme in Andhra Pradesh, Continuing Education. Paper IV Social Development System in India – Child development, Youth development, Women’s Development, Welfare of the Handicapped, SC & ST development, Development of the Backward Classes, Development of the Minorities, Family Welfare, Health for All, science for the People. Test-02 Biochemistry Section A: Biomolecules, Physiology and Methodology Section B: Enzymes, Metabolism and Microbiology Section C: Molecular Biology, Immunology and Endocrinology Test-03 Biotechnology Section A: Genetics & Ecology and Plant Physiology of B.Sc., Botany Section B: Cell Biology, Genetics and Animal Physiology of B.Sc., Zoology Section C: Organic Chemistry of B.Sc. Chemistry Test-04 Botany Section A: Paper I (Diversity of Microbes and Cryptogams) Section B: Paper II (Gymnosperms, Diversity structure and Development of flowering plants and Ecology) Section C: Paper III (Taxonomy, Palynology, Embryology and utilization of plants) Paper IV (Physiology, Cell Biology, Genetics & Biotechnology) Test-05 Chemistry Section A: Inorganic Chemistry of three years Section B: Physical Chemistry of three years Section C: Organic Chemistry of three years Test-06 Commerce Section A: Paper I (Business Economics); Paper II (Financial Accounting-I) Paper III (Industrial Organization & Management) Section B: Paper V (Banking and Financial Systems); Paper VI (Financial Accounting-II) Section C: Paper IX (Business Laws); Paper X (Income Tax and Practical Auditing) Test-07 Computer Science Section A: Paper I (PC Software and Programming in C) Section B: Paper II (Programming in C++ and Data Structures) Section C: Paper III (Modern DBMS) Test-08 Economics Section A: Paper I (Micro Economics) Section B: Paper II (Macro Economics) Section C: Paper III (Indian Economy and Environmental Economics) Test-09 Education Section A: Foundations of education, communicative English Section B: Psychological foundations of education, Personality development Section C: Educational Technology and Computer Education, School Management and Systems Education Test -10 Electronics & Communications Section A: Passive components and circuit analysis Section B: Electronic Devices and Circuits Section C: Solid State Electronic Circuits and Digital Electronics

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Test-11 Electronics & Instrumentation Section A: Units and dimensions - Errors and uncertainties - Standards and calibration. Functional elements of instrument - Sensors and transducers: Thermistor, Thermocouple, RTD, strain Gauge, LVDT, load cell, piezoe;lectric crystal. Hall probe, photoconductive, photovoltaic and solar cells, photo diode and photo transistor – Cathode ray oscilloscope. Display devices. Section B: fundamentals of Optics- Reflection, Refraction, Interference, Diffraction, Scattering and Polarization, Telescopes and Microscopes- Thermoelectricity: Seebank, Peltier and Thomson Effects – Lascrs - Sound - Basic Theory of electricity Magnetism - Modern Physics - Automic Structure, X-Rays, photoelectric effect and radioactivity. Electric charge and Electric Field – Electric potential- current – Ohm’s law – Kirchoff’s laws (voltage and current) – Resistance, caoacitance and inductance- RC aaand LC circuits – LC series and voltmeters. Section C: Semiconductors- Band theory of solids. Semiconductor devices-Junction diode, Zener diode, transistor, field effect transistor, UJT, Network theorems – superposition. Thevinin, Norton and maximum power transfer. Rectifiers- Filters-Power suppliers-Amplifiers-Oscillators-Multivibrators-Operational Amplifiers and their applications. Digital electronics- Number systems- Logic gates –Boolean algebra, Demoran’ theorems- Half adder & Full adder- Flip flops – registers – Counters – Analog to digital and digital to analog converters. Fundamentals of 8085 microprocessor – Machine, Assembly and High Level Languages – Fundamentals of Computers – Organsation of Computer – Algorithm – Flow Chart – Basics of C Language. Test-12 English Section A: Paper I Studied under Part-I (A) English Section B: Paper II Studied under Part-I (A) English Section C: Paper III (Drama) and (Novel) Studied under part II English of B.A. Test-13 Food Technology Section A: Paper I (Basic Food groups – Food constituents, nutrients and Food requirements) Section B: Paper II (Fundamentals of Food Science, Chemistry, Processing and preparation) Section C: Paper III (Nutrition for growth and development – Food Spoilage and preservation) Test-14 Geography Section A: Paper I (Principles of Physical Geography) Section B: Paper II (Human and Economic Geography) Section C: Paper III (Regional Geography of India) Test-15Hindi Section A&B: Paper I Studied under Part-1 (B) Hindi Section C: Paper II Studied under Part-I (B) Hindi Test-16 History Section A: Paper I (Indian History from earliest times to 1526 A.D.) Section B: Paper II (Indian History from 1526 to 1964) Section C: Paper III (History of Modern Europe: 1789-1960) Test–17 Library and Information Science (the following areas of knowledge are prescribed) Section A: Books and Authors, Inventions and Discoveries, Word Power, Important Dates and Days, important Cities, rivers, Countries, Sites etc., Section B: Geographical landmarks of the World, Largest, smallest and biggest etc., Sports and Games Section C: Indian National Movement, Indian Economy and Current Events Test-18 Mathematics Section A: Paper I Differential Equations and Solid Geometry Section B: Paper II Abstract Algebra and Real Analysis Section C: Paper III Linear Algebra and Vector Calculus

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Test-19 Microbiology Section A: Paper I and II: (General Microbiology, Microbial Physiology and Metabolism, Molecular Biology. Section B: Paper III and IV: Immunology, Medical Microbiology and Applied Microbiology. Section C: Chemistry related to Biological Sciences; and Biophysical and Biochemical techniques. Test-20 Physical Education Section A: Paper I- Principles and History of Physical Education; Paper II Organization, Administration, Methods and Supervision of Physical Education Section B: Paper III Anatomy, Physiology of Exercise and Health Education; Paper-IV Body Mechanics and Kinesiology Section C: Paper V Test, Measurements and Evaluation in Physical Education; Paper VI Principles and Techniques of Advanced Coaching and Officiating Test-21 Physics Section A: Paper I (Mechanics, Waves and Oscillations) Section B: Paper II (Thermodynamics and Optics) Section C: Paper III (Electricity, Magnetism and Electronics) Paper IV (Modern Physics and Electronics) Test-22 Political Science and Public Administration Section A: Concepts, Theories and Institutions of Political Science, Concepts and Theories of Public Administration Section B: Indian Government and Politics, Indian Administration Section C: Political Thought, Management of Resources Test-23 Polymer Science Section A: Three years degree syllabus of Physics Section B: Three years degree syllabus of Polymer Science Section C: Three years degree syllabus of Chemistry Test-24 Rural Development Section A: Concept and Scope of Rural Development -Approaches to Rural Development in India-Dimensions of Rural Development: Demographic-Education-Health-Housing-Infrastructure-Energy-Information Technology Section B: Rural Social Structure-Caste System-Rural Social Institutions-Types of Villages in India-Factors and Processes of Social Change in Rural India-Rural Social Problems: Poverty, Unemployment, Untouchability, Child Labour, Trafficking of Women and Farmers’ Suicides-Social Legislation Section C: Planning for Rural Development-Area Development Programmes-Target Group ProgrammesEmployment Generation Programmes-Programmes for Natural Resources Management-Green Revolution-Land Reforms-Allied Activities-Rural Industries-Rural Development Administration: Role of Government, PRIs, NGOs and CBOs-Rural Credit and Banking-Rural Marketing-Participatory Rural Appraisal Test-25 Sericulture Section A: Three years degree syllabus of Sericulture Section B: Three years degree syllabus of Botany Section C: Three years degree syllabus of Zoology Test-26 Social Work Section A: Paper I Social work profession, philosophy and basic social science concepts Section B: Paper II Social work intervention – Basic methods Section C: Paper III Social work intervention – Auxiliary methods; Paper IV Social work with women and children Test-27 Sociology Section A: Paper I (Principles of Sociology) Section B: Paper II (Indian Society)

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Section C: Paper III (Social Change and Planning) Test-28 Statistics Section A: Paper I (Probability and Distributions) Section B: Paper II (Statistical Methods and Inference) Section C: Paper III (Applied Statistics-I), Paper IV (Applied Statistics-II) Test-29 Telugu Section A: Paper I Studied under Part-I (B) Telugu: Prachina Padyabhagamu, Adunica Padyabhagam, Navala and Grammar. Section B: Paper II Studied under Part-I (B) Telugu: Prachina Padyabhagamu, AdunicaPadyabhagam, Gadhyabhagam, Drama, Alamkars, Grammar and essay. Section C: Paper II (History of literature) and paper III (History of Telugu language, Grammar and Dialects) Studied under Part II Telugu of B.A. Test-30 Zoology Section A: Paper I (Biology of Invertebrates and Cell Biology) Section B: Paper II (Biology of Chordates, Genetics, Evolution and Zoogeography) Section C: Paper III (Animal physiology, Behavior and Ecology) U. MODEL QUESTIONS 1. The Chairman of the Planning Commission is (a) President (b) Finance Minister (c) Speaker (d) Prime Minister 2. Electron-volt is the unit of (a) Charge (b) Energy (c) Potential (d) Electric field

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