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PROSPECTUS

2018
1. Master of Library & Information Science (MLISc)
2. Bachelor of Library & Information Science (BLISc)
3. P.G. Diploma in Marketing Management (PGDMM)
4. P.G. Diploma in Business Finance (PGDBF)
5. P.G. Diploma in Environmental Studies (PGDES)
6. P.G. Diploma in Women's Studies (PGDWS)
7. P.G. Diploma in Human Rights (PGDHR)
8. P.G. Diploma in Writing for Mass Media in Telugu
(PGDWMMT)
9. P.G. Diploma in Culture and Heritage Tourism (PGDCHT)
10. Certificate Programme in NGO Management (CPNGOM)
11. Certificate Programme in Early Childhood Care and
Education (CECE)
12. Certificate Programme in Literacy and Community
Development (CPLCD)
13. Certificate Programme in Food and Nutrition (CPFN)

EDUCATION AT YOUR DOORSTEP

Dr. B.R. AMBEDKAR OPEN UNIVERSITY


Prof. G. Ram Reddy Marg, Road No:46, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad-500 033, Telangana. India
IMPORTANT NOTES

1. Candidates should note that contrary to the earlier practice, the University has introduced
On-line Admission System from the academic year 2013-14. The University will not
supply Application Form in physical format, instead, the candidate has to visit BRAOU
portal (www.braouonline.in) to access the Application Form for online registration.
2. The print out of filled-in Application Form along with copies of certificates shall be
submitted in the study centre where he / she wishes to seek admission.
3. The information furnished and certificates submitted as proof of qualification, date of
birth, caste etc., are final and which cannot be changed till the student is graduated from
the university. Finally, this information will also appear in the certificates to be issued by
the University. The women candidates, even after their marriage, shall write
their surname and father's name as shown in their SSC memo or school TC or
affidavit. In no case they shall write either the surname of husband or the
name of husband.
4. Candidates shall make all their payments either through TS / AP Online Centre. No
payment shall be made in cash to any person in any study centre. University is
not responsible for any such transactions.
5. No changes will be EFFECTED in the certificates with regard to caste and date of birth
either during the programme or after completion of the programme.
6. The University has set up a Help Desk at the headquarters to provide guidance to the
students. Therefore, the students are advised to get full details of admission either
through Help Desk or through the concerned Study Centre. The following are the
numbers of Help Desk.

HELP DESK NUMBERS FOR ADVISE AND GUIDANCE

738 29 29 570
738 29 29 580
738 29 29 590
738 29 29 600
CONTENTS

I ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY 1

II. INSTITUTIONAL MISSION AND MANDATE 1

III. ADMISSION RE QUIREMENTS 1

1. Master of Library & Information Science (MLISc) 1

2. Bachelor of Library & Information Science (BLISc) 4

CBCS- Structure of BLISc 6

IV. PG Diplomas 7
1. P.G. Diploma in Marketing Management (PGDMM) 10

2. P.G. Diploma in Business Finance (PGDBF) 10

3. P.G. Diploma in Environmental Studies (PGDES) 11

4. P.G. Diploma in Women's Studies (PGDWS) 12

5. P.G. Diploma in Human Rights (PGDHR) 12

6. P.G. Diploma in Writing for Mass Media in Telugu (PGDWMMT) 13

7. P.G. Diploma in Culture and Heritage Tourism (PGDCHT) 13

V. Certificate Programme in NGO Management (CPNGOM) 14

VI. Certificate Programme in Early Childhood Care and Education (CECE) 35

VII. Certificate Programme in Literacy and Community Development (CPLCD) 38

VIII. Certificate Programme in Food and Nutrition (CPFN) 42

IX. GENERAL INFORMATION 44

X. How to fill Online Registration Form 45

XI. Enclosures 52

ANNEXURE – I : TUITION FEE PARTICULARS 52

ANNEXURE - II : GENERAL ENQUIRY 53

SERVICE CERTIFICATE (For BLISc & MLISc) 54

MODEL REGISTRATION FORM 55


I. ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University, formerly known as Andhra Pradesh Open
University, is the first Open University in India established by an Act of State Legislature in
1982 in Andhra Pradesh representing a unique system of Open Learning. The University
serves the objective of democratisation of higher education and the ideals of continuing education.
Without any restrictions of age, gender and occupation, the University extends educational
opportunities to the people in all walks of life. The University offers the Certificate, Diploma,
Degree and Postgraduate programmes through distance mode. All the programmes are
recognised by UGC and Distance Education Bureau (DEB).
II. INSTITUTIONAL MISSION AND MANDATE
a) To provide educational opportunities to those who could not take advantage of
conventional institutions of higher learning.
b) To provide equality of educational opportunities for higher education of large
segments of the population, including those in employment, women (including
housewives) and adults who wish to upgrade their education or acquire knowledge
in various fields through distance education.
c) To provide flexibility with regard to eligibility for enrolment, age of entry, choice of
courses, methods of learning, conduct of examinations and operation of the
programmes.
d) To complement the programmes of the existing universities in the states of TS &
AP in the field of higher learning, so as to maintain the highest standards on par
with those of the best universities in the country.
e) To promote integration within the state through its policies and programmes.
f) To offer degree courses and non-degree certificate courses for the benefit of the
working population in various fields and for the benefit those who wish to enrich
their lives by studying subjects of culture and aesthetic value.
g) To make provision for research and for advancement and dissemination of
knowledge.
h) To serve as a source of continuing education, consultancy and to provide equal
access to knowledge and higher education.
III. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
1. MASTER OF LIBRARYAND INFORMATION SCIENCE (M.L.I.Sc) (ENGLISH MEDIUM)

In order to meet the increasing demand for postgraduate studies in Library and Information
Science, the Department of Library and Information Science of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open
University started the M.L.I.Sc. Programme in the academic year 1998-99. The Programme is
open to both in-service as well as fresh candidates, who have qualified with a BLISc degree
and those who have a strong desire to upgrade their professional skills in the field. The Programme
is designed to provide Library and Information Science education with special emphasis on the
techniques of information handling and information management with the use of information
technology.
The aims of the M.L.I.Sc. Programme are:
• To prepare and equip the candidates with professional skills in the management of
libraries.
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• To train candidates to assume managerial levels in the libraries and information
centres of various organisations.
The objectives of M.L.I.Sc. Programme:
i) To acquaint the student with the role of information in society;
ii) To give the students an understanding of the application of modern management
ideas and techniques in the management of information systems and centres;
iii) To familiarize the students with various information systems and programmes at
national, regional and international levels;
iv) To impart training in various methods of information handling (i.e.processing,
organization and retrieval);
v) To provide the students the basic theoretical and practical knowledge of the
application of information technology to libraries and information centres;
vi) To acquaint the students with various research methods and their use in library and
information science;
vii) To provide the students an area of specialisation in any of the areas of public,
academic, special or digital libraries.
THE CURRICULUM
The Programme includes six core courses, one Elective Course (to be chosen from
Four electives 7A,7B,7C,7D offered) and Computer Practicals.
The Programme consists of the following Courses
Core Courses
MLS-01 : Information, Communication and Society 100 Marks
MLS-02 : Management of Information Systems and Centres 100 Marks
MLS-03 : Information Processing and Retrieval 100 Marks
MLS-04 : Information Systems and Programmes 100 Marks
MLS-05 : Application of Information Technology 100 Marks
MLS-06 : Research Methodology 100 Marks
MLS-07 : ELECTIVE (Any ONE has to be chosen): 100 Marks
7A Academic Libraries
7B Special Libraries
7C Public Libraries
7D Digital Libraries
MLS-08 : Computer Practicals 100 Marks
Note:
i) The MLISc Programme's academic counselling for an elective coure is offered
through the study centre subject to a minimum prescribed number of eligible
candidates registered for that course at that study centre.
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ii) For students of MLISc, the attendance at Winter/Summer schools (intensive contact
programme) and Computer Practicals is compulsory.
DURATION AND MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION
The duration of the programme is one academic year. The maximum period for completion
of programme is three academic years. The maximum period allowed to the candidate ceases
with the supplementary examination of the last year of the period i.e at the end of the 3 (three)
academic years. If the University for any reason does not conduct the supplementary examination
of the last year, the maximum period allowed to the student ceases with the annual examination
of that year. The medium of the instruction is English and Examination will be in English only.
STUDY CENTRES
The programme shall be offered through five study centres of the University located at Hyderabad,
Warangal, Visakhapatnam, Tirupathi and Vijayawada.
Sl.No. Location of RCC Cell Number Study Centre
Code No.
01 S.V. Arts & Science College, Tirupati - 517 502.
Ph. No.0877-2249607 7382929617 017
02 Dr. V.S. Krishna Govt. Degree College, Visakhapatnam - 530 003.
Ph. No.0891-2536673 7382929619 019
03 University College of Arts & Science, Subedari, Hanamkonda.
Warangal - 506 001. Ph. No.0870-2511862 7382929621 021
04 Post Graduate College (Osmania University), Paradise X Roads,
Secunderabad. - 500 003. Ph: 040-27903886 7382929623 023
05 SRR & CVR Govt. Degree College, Machavaram,
Vijayawada. Ph. No. 0866-2434868 7382929642 042

ADMISSION PROCEDURE
Admission into the M.L.I.Sc. Programme is open to all citizens of India who satisfy the
following conditions:
The minimum qualifications for admission into MLISc shall be:
i) BLISc Degree from any recognised University; and
ii) The minimum qualifying marks shall be 40 percent marks secured in BLISc for all
candidates and 35 percent pass marks for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe
candidates.
The method of selection of candidates for admission shall be based on the order of merit
in the marks secured in BLISc for all categories. Government rules and regulations pertaining to
reservation of seats in Universities shall be followed.
Fifty percent of the seats in each study centre shall be allotted to BLISc degree holders
working in recognised libraries with a minimum one year experience in the regular post.(Format
of Service Certificate is given on Page No: 53).

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RECOGNISED LIBRARIES
a) Academic Libraries : Libraries of Universities, Degree and recognised
Junior Colleges and High Schools ;
b) Special Libraries : Libraries of Research and Training Institutions,
Libraries attached to Industrial Undertakings (of the
State and Central Governments and Joint Sectors)
and Libraries attached to Industrial Undertakings in
the Private Sector recognised as Public Limited
Companies.
c) Public Libraries : Libraries established by an Act of the State
Government.
d) School Libraries : Libraries in recognised High Schools.
e) Private Libraries : Recognised/aided by Government (RC No. must be
provided).
2. BACHELOR’s DEGREE IN LIBRARYAND INFORMATION SCIENCE (BLISc) (ENGLISH &
TELUGU MEDIUM)

Bachelor of Library & Information Science Programme (B.L.I.Sc.) is offered by the


Department of Library & Information Science. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University in both
English and Telugu Media. Keeping in view the new reforms suggested by the University
Grants Commission, the department of Library & Information Science is introducing the Choice
Based Credit System in the BLISc programme from the academic year 2017-18.
The main objectives of the BLISc programme are to:
1. Prepare and equip the students with the necessary professional skills in the management
of Library & Information Centres.
2. Make the students understand the role of Library & Information Centres in the Society.
3. Familiarize the students with various reference and information sources available in
both print and electronic media.
4. Train the students in the use of different classification schemes, catalogue codes.
5. Acquaint the students with basic skills of Information Technology.
6. Help the students to improve the English Language Skills to make them competitive in
the work place.
7. Train the students to build good public relations with the administration, faculty,
researches and the user community in the library.
BLISc Programm of one year duration is structured in two semesters. In all, the student has to
study 5 types of courses in these two semesters. These are:
 Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (AECC)
 Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)
 General Elective (GE)

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 Discipline Specific Elective (DSE)
 Discipline Specific Courses (DSC)
The student will study 3 DSC in the first semester. Apart from these student has to study
4 other courses. The department offers two discipline specific electives in the second semester.
The student has to opt any one course. These courses are planned in such a way that these help
the student to improve the language skills, computer skills, communication skills and public
relations that are required to work effectively in the library.
The student will study 3 DSC in the second semester. Apart from these, the student has
to study 4 other courses. Select one Discipline Specific Elective from the two options provided,
study skill enhancement course and submit a report on the working of libraries by visiting any
library in their vicinity. This semester focuses on improving the knowledge of the student about
the electronic resources, designing library databases and visit to various libraries to acquaint
with the current developments in the profession.
Admission Procedure:
An applicant seeking admission into the Bachelor of Library and Information Science
(BLISc) must be a Graduate of a recognised university. The following is the admission procedure
in order of preference :
a) Graduates Working in a recognised library with a minimum of one year experience
in a regular or substantial post of the rank of a Record Assistant or above;
b) Graduates with Diploma or Certificate in Library Science from Government
recognised institutions;
c) Professional graduates (Law, Pharmacy, Engineering) and
d) Graduates with 50% aggregate marks.

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CBCS Structure - BLISc
First Semester
No. Sl. No. Course Title Credits Marks
I 1 Business English for LIS Professionals (LSC) 3 60
II 2 Public Relations in LICs (AECC) 3 60
III 3 Computer Skills (Practicals) (SEC) 3 60
IV 4 Scholarly Communication (GE) 3 60
V Discipline Specific Courses (DSC)
5 Library & Society 6 100
6 Information Technology Basics 6 100
7 Library Classification - Theory & Practice 6 100
Total 30 540

Second Semester
No. Sl. No. Course Title Credits Marks
I 1 Database Design (Practicals) (SEC) 3 60
II DSE (Choice of one from two courses offered
2A Electronic Resources in Science and Technology 6 100
2B Electronic Resources in Social Sciences
& Humanities
III Discipline Specific Courses (DSC)
3 Management of Library & Information Centres 6 100
4 Reference Sources & Services 6 100
5 Library Cataloguing - Theory & Practice 6 100
IV 6 Report on Library Visit (Library Practical Work) 3 60
Total 30 520

LSC - Language Specific Course


AECC - Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course
SEC - Skill Enhancement Course
GE - General Elective
DSE - Discipline Specific Elective
DSC - Discipline Specific Course

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Important Note
i) Academic counselling / contact classes are offered subject to the minimum number
of students admited into the programme at that centre.
ii) For students of BLISc, the attendance at Computer Practicals is compulsory.
iii) Admission is open to all those who qualify the eligibility criteria.
Candidates seeking admission under in-service category must submit a service certificate
in the format specified. (Page No: 55).
The recognised libraries are :
a) Academic Libraries : Libraries of Universities, Degree/Junior Colleges
and School libraries (Libraries of Govt. recognised
High Schools only).
b) Special Libraries : Libraries of Research and Training institutions,
Libraries attached to Industrial undertakings (of the
State and Central Government and Joint sector);
and Libraries attached to Industrial Undertakings in
private sector recognised as Public Limited
companies.
c) Public Libraries : Libraries established by an Act of the State Govt.
d) Private Libraries : Recognised / aided by Government (RC No. must
be provided).
IV. P.G. Diploma Programme in Marketing Management(PGDMM) (English
Medium) / P.G.Diploma in Business Finance (PGDBF) (English Medium) / P.G.
Diploma in Environmental Studies (PGDES) (English Medium) / P.G.Diploma in
Women’s Studies (PGDWS) (English Medium) / P.G. Diploma in Human Rights
(PGDHR) (Telugu Medium) and P.G Diploma in Culture & Heritage Toursim
(PGDCHT) (English Medium).
Admission into the one year P.G. Diplomas is open to all citizens of India who hold a
Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from an Indian University recognised by the UGC.
Admission Rules
1. The maximum number of seats at a Study Centre is limited to 60 per batch.
2. Admission will be made on a Study Centre basis in the category as claimed by the
applicant and according to percentage of marks secured by them in the qualifying
examination.
3. In case any seats under a category are not filled at a study centre, such seats shall
be filled from among the applicants in the qualifying examination (i.e., Graduation).
4. Government rules and regulations pertaining to reservation of seats for SC / ST &
BC categories etc. shall be applicable for making admissions.

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5. If the minimum number of eligible candidates (ie., 10) are not registered at a study
centre, for that academic year and such candidates will be given admission at a
nearby stydy centre where 10 or more than 10 candidates are registered for admission.
6. The minimum period for completion of the programme is one year. The student may
however, take upto three years to complete the P.G. Diploma Programme.
A. INSTRUCTIONAL METHODOLOGY
The University imparts instruction through a variety of modes. Upon enrolment, the
learner is sent printed course material specially prepared for self-study. Regular broadcast of
radio lessons over All India Radio, Hyderabad - A is another means of disseminating education
to students in remote areas. The University also regularly telecasts video lessons through
Doordarshan Yadagiri and Sapthagiri Channels from Monday to Friday and organises
Teleconferencing sessions on Sunday between 2 and 3 p.m. In addition to the above strategies,
Audio Tapes and Video Tapes covering various aspects of the subject of study are made
available to the students through the Study Centre for replay and discussion. Library facilities
including text books and reference books are also available at the study centres.
Further, at the Study Centre, the students receive assistance from experienced Counsellors
to resolve their problems in the study of the subject. The head of each Study Centre designated
as Joint Director/ Deputy Director/ Assistant Director or Co-ordinator serves as a link between
the University, the counsellors and the students.
Every student admitted to a programme is attached to a Study Centre according to his/
her convenience. While the student’s choice will be given weightage, the University reserves
the right of allotment to any other centre on administrative or other reasons.
The student is given assignments to help him/her to monitor his/her progress through the
programme. There are set dates for the completion of assignments. Assignments are compulsory
and carry 30% weightage in each course.
B. DURATION OF THE PROGRAMME
The duration of all the Programmes is one academic year. The maximum period for
completion of the programme is three academic years.The maximum period allowed to the
candidate ceases with the supplementary examination of the last year of the period i.e. at the
end of the 3rd academic year. If the University for any reason does not conduct the supplementary
examination of the last year, the maximum period allowed to the student ceases with the annual
examination of that year.
C. STUDY CENTRES
The Study Centre is the contact point at the local level. Select the Study Centre that is
convenient to you and write clearly, in order of preference the name of the Study Centre, where
you wish to register for Counselling and other facilities. The Study Centre makes available to
you to the Audio Visual equipment, Library and other facilities on all working days. All Mondays
and the Tuesdays following Second Saturday of the month are weekly holidays for Study Centres
in addition to normal public holidays declared by the Government.

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Sl. No. Location of RCC Cell Number Centre
Code No.
01 S.V. Arts & Science College, Tirupati - 517 502.
Ph. No.0877-2249607 7382929617 017
02 Dr. V.S. Krishna Govt. Degree College, Visakhapatnam - 530 003.
Ph. No.0891-2536673 7382929619 019
03 University College of Arts & Science, Subedari, Hanamkonda,
Warangal - 506 001. Ph. No.0870-2511862 7382929621 021
04 Post Graduate College (Osmania University), Paradise X Roads,
Secunderabad. - 500 003. Ph: 040-27903886 7382929623 023
05 SRR & CVR Govt. Degree College, Machavaram,
Vijayawada. Ph. No. 0866-2434868 7382929642 042

D. FEE DETAILS
1. Master of Library & Information Science Rs. 6900
2. Bachelor of Library & Information Science Rs. 3200
3. P.G. Diploma in Marketing Management Rs. 3200
4. P.G. Diploma in Business Finance Rs. 3200
5. P.G. Diploma in Environmental Studies Rs. 3200
6. P.G. Diploma in Writing Mass Media in Telugu Rs. 3200
7. P.G. Diploma in Women’s Studies Rs. 2500
8. P.G. Diploma in Human Rights Rs. 2500
9. P.G Diploma in Culture and Heritage Tourism Rs. 3800
10. Certificate Programme in NGO Management Rs. 1500
11. Certificate Programme in Early Childhood Care and Education RS. 5000
12. Certificate Programme in Literacy and Community Development Rs. 1500
13. Certificate Programme in Food and Nutrition Rs. 1000
E. EVALUATION
At the end of the academic year, the student has to take a written examination of three
hours duration for each course paper. Each paper will carry 100 marks which consist of 70
marks for the year-end examinations and 30 marks for assignments. The pass marks for each
paper are 40%. Candidate has to secure a minimum of 12 marks out of 30 in assignments (6
marks minimum in each assignment out of 15) and a maximum of 28 marks out of 70 in the
year-end examination to pass the course. The students have to download the assignments
of all these programmes from the University website www.braou.ac.in, braouonline.in
write and submit them at the Study Centre.
However, for BLISc Programme, pass marks for each of the discipline specific courses
is for 100 marks, for the year-end examinations. Hence there are no assignments.

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1. P.G. Diploma in Marketing Management (PGDMM) (English Medium)
The objectives of the P.G. Diploma in Marketing Management Programme are :
1. To introduce the concepts in the areas of Management and Marketing;
2. To impart the knowledge of quantitative techniques for taking appropriate
marketing decisions;
3. To familiarise the students with the changing marketing environment and to design
suitable marketing strategies;
4. To impart the knowledge related to consumer behaviour and to equip the students
with necessary skills in the area of marketing research; and
5. To equip the students with necessary international marketing dimensions and the
changing role of marketing in the light of liberalisation.
Sl. No. Courses Max. Marks
a) Compulsory Courses
1 Organisation and Management Process 100
2 Quantitative Methods 100
3 Marketing Management 100
b) OPTIONAL COURSES
(The student has to choose any three of the following courses)
4 Consumer Behaviour and Marketing Research 100
5 Sales and Distribution Management 100
6 Product and Advertising Management 100
7 International Marketing 100
Note : Students should answer the assignments and the year end examinations in
English only.
2. P.G. Diploma in Business Finance (PGDBF) (English Medium)
The broad objectives of the P.G. Diploma in Business Finance Programme are :
1. To impart knowledge of basic concepts in accounting, finance and other
allied subjects;
2. To familiarise learners with the nature and scope of financial services;
3. To develop an understanding of the conceptual framework for security analysis and
portfolio management and their applications in different situations; and
4. To incorporate the skills of applying the methods and procedures for financial planning
and decision making in the context of privatisation and globalisation.

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Sl. No. Courses Max. Marks
1 Business Environment 100
2 Accounting for Management 100
3 Financial Management 100
4 Financial Institutions and Markets 100
5 Financial Services 100
6 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management 100
Note : The students should answer the assignments and write the year end examinations
in English only.
3. P.G. Diploma in Environmental Studies (PGDES) (English Medium)
The objectives of the P.G. Diploma Programme in Environmental Studies are :
1. To explain environmental issues in Indian and global context with a focus on the
preservation and protection of Natural Resources.
2. To explain the genetic resources of livestock.
3. To discuss conventional energy resources and alternative energy sources including
nuclear energy.
4. To explain human activities and their relationship with environmental pollution,
various laws of environmental protection and the role of voluntary and other
agencies in environmental awareness.
5. To examine issues such as growth of population etc. and their effect on human
health, pollution, food adulteration and food preservation.
6. To study the problems related to toxic and chemical wastes emanating from
different industries and their effect on human health.
7. To discuss the importance of forests, afforestation, social forestry and people’s
movements on deforestation.
Sl. No. Courses Max. Marks
a) Compulsory Courses
1 Ecology, Environment and Development 100
2 Environmental Awareness and Health 100
3 Contemporary Environmental issues 100
4 OPTIONAL COURSES (any one to be selected) 100
a) Physical Sciences
b) Environmental Biology
c) Environmental Geoscience
d) Environment: A Social Science Perspective
5 Project Work 100 11
4. P.G. Diploma in Women’s Studies (PGDWS) (English Medium)
Objectives
1. To introduce and create an awareness of feminist theories and to incorporate this
awareness into their world view
2. To discuss current social issues confronted by women.
3. To create an awareness of women’s health problems
4. To sensitise learners about women's constitutional rights and legislation
5. To provide learners with a comprehensive understanding of development programmes
of the government and ensure their participation as interventionists in their
implementation.
Sl. No. Courses Max. Marks
1 Theoretical Approaches to Women’s Studies :
Concepts and Categories 100
2 Women in Contemporary India 100
3 Women’s Health – Issues and Concepts 100
4 Women’s Rights and Law 100
5 Women and Politics 100
6 Project Report (for Practical / Field Experience) 100
5. P.G. Diploma in Human Rights (PGDHR) (Telugu Medium)
Objectives
1. To create awareness of the concept and to give a philosophical approach to Human
Rights as a global issue.
2. To give a comprehensive understanding of the Fundamental Rights guaranteed by
the Indian Constitution.
3. To update the knowledge on the emerging issues in the process of development.
4. To develop consciousness on various disadvantaged groups of society and their
constitutional rights and provisions.
5. To give an idea about Human Rights movements and Government’s response
including the powers and functions of National Human Rights Comission NHRC.
Sl. No. Courses Max. Marks
1 Human Rights : Philosophical Foundations 100
2 Human Rights : Historical Perspectives 100
3 Human Rights : Global Experience 100
4 Human Rights in India : Constitutional, Legal &
Institutional framework 100
5 Human Rights in India : The Socio,Economic,Political Context 100
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6. P.G. Diploma in Writing for Mass Media in Telugu (PGDWMMT)
Objectives
1. To introduce the students to the different components of the media namely writing
for Newspapers, Radio, Television Documentaries Cinema and Advertisements and
to expose them to the basic systems of the media concepts Institutions and laws.
2. To acquaint the students with the basic knowledge of the media and in particular to
inculcate skills in writing for the media.
3. To enable writers and Journalists to enhance their professional skills in the media.
4. To introduce learners to different styles, registers and writing trends in one particular
media and also provide opportunities to them to use these skills appropriately.
An Applicant
a) must be a graduate from a recognized University or must possess equivalent
qualifications.
or
b) should have passed Intermediate or an equivalent examination and have at least
three years experience in writing for media and should be sponsored by the Press
Academy of Telangana / Andhra Pradesh .
Sl. No. Courses Max. Marks
1 Prasara Maadhyamala Parichayam 100
2 Patrika-Rachana Padhathulu 100
3 Electronic Maadhyamaala Rachana Padhathulu 100
4 Prasaara Sadhanaalalo Bharateeya Bhaashala
Naveekarana Samasyalu 100
5 Varthamana Vyavaharalu 100
7. P.G. Diploma in Culture and Heritage Tousirm (PGDCHT) (English Medium)
Admission in to the One year P.G. Diploma in Culture and Heritage Tourism is open to all
citizens of India who hold a Bachelor's Degree in any discipline from Indian University recognized
by the UGC and which is a Member of the Association of Indian Universities. Admissions are
made on the basis of merit at the qualifying examinations. Admission criteria will be as per the
University norms for all other P.G. Diplomas.
Programme Objectives
1. To provide an vocational type of course for Graduates in general and those graduates
who studied history as one of their optional subjects at their Degree level in particular.
The Programme also aims to help those persons who have taken up either Tourism promotion
as their profession in augmenting and strengthening their branch of field knowledge and
thereby contribute for their professional enrichment.
2. To train learners for the better and effective functioning of the Tourism Department by
providing persons who are well-equipped with adequate and up to date knowledge in the
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3. To bring awareness among learners on the avenues for Tourism and rich Cultural
Heritage.
Course Information
This P.G. Diploma in Culture and Heritage Tourism has five courses and one dissertation i.e.
Sl.No. Courses Max.Marks
1 Cultural Heritage 100
2 Principles and Practice of Tourism 100
3 Management of Hospitality Services 100
4 Guide Services 100
5 Essentials of Tourism Management 100
6 Dissertation 100
Dissertation
The submission of dissertation is compulsory. The learner has to select the topic of
dissertation three months before the end of the course. The topic must be selected by the
learner from list of topics provided by the Department. The learner has to undergo Internship
in a Hotel/Resort/Monument/Tour Operations/Guide Services and Tourism etc. to write the
dissertation.
Admission Rules
1. The maximum number of seats at a study centre is limited to 30 per batch
2. Admission will be made on a study centre basis in the category as claimed by the applicant
and according to percentage of marks secured by them in the qualifying examination.
3. In case any seats under a category are not filled at a study centre, such seats shall be
filled from among the applicants in the qualifying examination (i.e. Graduation)
4. Government rules and regulations pertaining to reservation of seats for SC/ST & BC
categories etc shall be applicable for making admissions.
5. If the minimum number of eligible candidates are not registered (ie., 10) at a study centre,
for that academic year and the such candidates will be given admission at a nearby study
centre where 10 or more than 10 candidates are registered for admission.
6. The minimum period for completion of the programme is one year. The student may
however take upto three years to complete this P.G. Diploma.

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Sl.No. Location of RCC / Study Centres Cell Number Centre


Code No.

1 Govt. Degree College for Men, Adilabad, 08732-221016 7382929601 001


2 Govt. Degree College for men, Anantapur, Ph. No. 08554-222448 7382929602 002
3 Govt. Degree College for Men, Kadapa, Ph. No. 08562-258866 7382929603 003
4 Sir CRR College, Eluru, West Godavari Dist. Ph: 08812-241049 7382929604 004
5 J.K.C. College, Guntur, 0863-2244323 7382929605 005
6 S.R.R. Govt. College, Karimnagar, Ph. No. 0878-2253599 7382929606 006
7 S.R. & B.G.N.R. Govt. College, Khammam, 08742-227871 7382929607 007
8 Silver Jubilee Govt. College, Kurnool, Ph. No. 08518-230055 7382929608 008
9 M.V.S. Arts & Science Govt. College, Mahaboobnagar
08542-275947 7382929609 009
10 Nagarjuna Govt. College, Nalgonda, Ph. No.08682-223768 7382929610 010
11 Sri Sarvodaya College, Nellore Ph.No.0861-2332162 7382929611 011
12 Giriraj Govt. College, Nizamabad, Ph. No.08642-222055 7382929612 012
13 CSR Sarma College, Ongole, Prakasam Dist - 523001.
Ph: 08592-235348 7382929613 013
14 Govt. Degree College, Rajahmundry, Ph. No. 0883-2473080 7382929614 014
15 Govt. Degree College, Siddipet, 08457-223826 7382929615 015
16 Govt. Degree College (Men), Srikakulam, 08942-226001 7382929616 016
17 S.V. Arts & Science College, Tirupati, Ph. No.0877-2249607 7382929617 017
18 Dr. V.S. Krishna Govt. Degree College, Visakhapatnam
Ph. No.0891-2536673 7382929619 019
19 M.R. College, Vizianagaram - 535 002. Ph: 08922-229058 7382929620 020
20 University Arts & Science College, Subedari, Hanamkonda,
Warangal - 506 001. 0870-2511862 7382929621 021
21 Post Graduate College (Osmania University), Paradise X Roads,
Secunderabad - 500 003. Ph: 040-27903886 7382929623 023
22 SRR & CVR Govt. Degree College, Machavaram,
Vijayawada. Ph. No. 0866-2434868 7382929642 042

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G. lÖÏ¡Å "åiQÍ Ü«∞<£.l.F.Å ã¨OYº
S.No. Nameof the District No. of NGOs
1. Adilabad 04
2. Anantapur 11
3. Chittoor 12
4. Kadapa 04
5. East Godavari 08
6. Guntur 07
7. Hyderabad 09
8. Krishna 08
9. Karimnagar 03
10. Kurnool 08
11. Khammam 05
12. Mahabubnagar 01
13. Medak 03
14. Nalgonda 02
15. Nizamabad 02
16. Nellore 06
17. Ranga Reddy Dist. 04
18. Prakasam 08
19. Visakhapatnam 07
20. Vizianagaram 02
21. Warangal 09
22. West Godavari 04
23. Srikakulam 03
Total 130

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ALL TI-NGOs Address List as Direct and SLP Wise

S. Short Name & Address of District E-mail id Phone # SLP


No. Name of THE NGO
the NGO

Sri Sai Mahila Mandali srisaimahilamandal Ph:08738


H.No.1-14-616/1, ingo@yahoo.com 235474
1. SSMM Dwaraka Nagra, Adilabad srisaimahilamandal PM: APSACS
Siripur Kaghajnagar ingo@gmail.com 9441103923
Adilabad-504296 PD:
Ph:0873-235474 AD:
9010999092

SURE Ph:08752-
4-3-1/62/A, Pulenagar surebhainsa@yaho 230056
2. SURE Bhainsa 504 208 Adilabad omail.com PD:98490
Adilabad surebhainsa@redi 13297 APSACS
PD:G. Gopal Reddy ffmail.com PM:
Ph: 08752-230056 9347041210
AO:9948285653
H.No: 5-210, Near A-1
3 AIRTDS Hotel, Opp:RTC Bus adilabad.airtids@ 9849574361 Alliance
Mancherial Stand, Mancherial - Adilabad gmail.com
504208, Dist: Adilabad

H.No: 1-3-131/1, Shastri


4. LEPRA-3 Nagar, Nimal, Dt: Adilabad avahan@leprahealt 9440035968 Alliance
Nimal Adilabad hinaction.in

Mythri Clinic, Opp: Rythu


5. CHAITA Bazar, Hindupur-515201 Anantapur chaitanya_dmm@y 9866573037 Alliance
NYA-Hind Anantapur District ahoo.com
upur

CHAITA Mythri Clinic, # 30-60,


NYA- Kothapeta Railway Sta chiatanya_reds@y 9440699932 Alliance
6. Dharmav tion Road, Dharmavaram Anantapur hoo.com
aram Anatapur Dist
Ph: 08559-226976

1/561, R.S. Road, Old


7. Jana Jagruti Post Office, Kadiri - 515 Anantapur balaramjjkdr@redif 9440891101 Alliance
(JJ)-Kadiri 591 fmail.com

D.No: 14/216, Near


8. FORD- Maremma Temple fordmadakasira@r 9490882042 Alliance
Madaka Madakssira-515301, Ph: Anantapur ediffmail.com
sira 08493-285322

Hands- HANDS-Gooty, Opp: State


9. Gooly Bank, Gooty Anantapur hands_gooty@yah 9390741378 Allaince
Ph: 08552-251802 oo.com 9066847202

Hands-Avahan,
10. Hands Guntakal, Near New RTC Anantapur handsguntakal@g 9396929517 Allaince
Guntakal Busstand, Sasi Medical mailc.om
Store Upstairs, Guntakal

RIDS Composite
11. RIDS Interventions, Main Road
Garladine Gariadine (Post & Mandal) Anantapur rdsgrl@yahoo.com 9849066757 Allaince
Mandal), Anantapur
District.

KREDS, D.No: 2-464-2,


12. KREDS- Near RTC Bus Stand,
Penugonda Opp: DWARAKA Bazar, Anantapur kredsmmd@yaho 9963342660 Alliance
Penukonda, Anantapur Dt. o.co.in
AP.

22
MEOS-
13. Rayadurg Kothigutta area, Anantapur Anantapur masseducation198
am Road, Rayadurg -515865 0@gmail.com 9246867391 Alliance

CERA, 4-1133-1,
14. CERA-I Bramaramba Colony, Opp
Anantapur Postal Colony, Anantapur ceraatp@yahoo 9618974226 Alliance
Kalyandurgam road, .co.in
Anantapur.

CERA-II CERA, 2/753, M.G.


15. Tadiatri Complex, Kadapa Road Anatapur ceraatp@yahoo 9000822159 Allaince
Tadapatri, Anantapur .co.in
District.

Chittoor Rural Leprosy


Rehabiliation & Social
Welfare Association Ph: 08577
(CLRSWA) 234673
16. CRLR& #3/22, Opposite to Eswar Chitoor ctrl_swa1@yahoo PD:
Temple, .com 9445414944 APSACS
Near Chadwadi Nagari PM:
517590, 9701037769
Chittor
Ph: 08577-234673

JANACHETANA Ph: 08571-


II - 272/16/A, P&T 226710
17. Janacheta Colony PD:9849465
na Madanapally, Chitoor janachetana_csw 896 APSACS
Chitoor _cht@yahoo.com PM:
Ph:08571-226710 9441652978

People’s Action for Social


Service (PASS) passbala@sanchar
18. PASS # 10-14, Maruthi Nagar, Chittoor net.in Ph:
(West), bala@passindia.org 08772240262 ASACS
Tirupathi-517502

Gramodaya Samiti
(GRASAM)- gramodayasamiti
19. GRASM PS Rajendra, 19-12-36 Chittoor @yahoo.co.in; 9949179252 APSACS
Byragipet, Arch Road, gramodayasamiti
Tirupati-517502 @gmail.com

Ph:08576-
Nehru Yuvajana Seva 271137
Sangham (NYSS) PD:
20. NYSS Teachers Colony, Chittoor paul_nyss@yaoo. 9441891791
Pitchatoor, Chittor Dist co.in PM: APSACS
Ph:08576-271137 9440009821
Counsellor.
9701039899

D.No: 1-1300, Padmavati


21. CORE- Nagar, Upstair Boys Chittoor bgnaidu_code@r 9966609013 Alliance
Piler textiles, Piler ediffmail.com

KRUSHI Near Police Station,


22. Gurramkon Gurramkonda, Chittor Chittoor krushiavahan@ 9440799095 Alliance
da District gmail.com

PASS-Composite, Plot
23. PASS- 101, Kittu Tower, Reddy
Tirupati & Reddy Colony, Tirupati. Chittoor passavahan1@g 9502001643 Alliance
Ph:0872220704 mail.com

3-689, Nagan Street


24. STEPS Srikalahasti-517644 Chittoor steps_org@rediff 9290104497 Alliance
mail.com

23
PASS-FSW Intervention,
25. PASS Flat No:G6, Harani
towers, Thathaiahgunta Chittoor passfpp@yahoo 9235951822 Alliance
Tirupati. Dist. Chittoor .co.in

18-1071, 1st Floor, D.H.


26. PASS- Road, Opp District Court, Chittoor passchittoor@ya 9885990547 Alliance
Chittoor. Ph: 234517 oo.co.in

10/90, Sastnry Street,


Opp: Srinivasa Printing
27. RRS Press, Sasthry Street, Chittoor jayana_ees@yah 9885911572 Alliance
Madanapalle-517325 oo.co.in
Chittoor District,
Ph:08571-223033

Praja Chaitanya Seva


Sangham (PCSS) Ph:08561-
# 70/177-A, Brahman 254113
28. PCSS Street, Cuddapah pcss_csw_cdp@ PM: 9000 APSACS
Rayachoti - 516269, yahoo.com PD:
Chudapah 9440750746
Ph:08561-254113

D.No:3/883, YMR Colony


29. CERDS- Prohutur, Kadapa Dist Kadapa cerdsimd@yahoo 9440088175 Alliance
Prodhutur Ph: 08564-244353 .co.in

To,
The Project Director,
CERDS, 08519-
#8/9/27/1 222130,
30. CERDS Yesuvadapuram, Kadapa cerdsjmd@yahoo 9908804343
Near RTC Bus Stand .co.in PM: APSACS
Aalagadda, 9440014423
Kurnool Dist. 08519-222130

H.No: 20/1030-2, R.K


31. PAID Nagar, Cooperative Kadapa avahankdp@gm 9248350197 Alliance
Colony, Kadapa District ail.com

Environmental-swagati
Project near: Phanibhushan
steels, D.No:70-1-15, Opp. East 9292803425 Swagathi
32. EC Hero Honda Show Room, Godavari
Sarapavaram junction,
Kakinada-533055.
East Godavari Dist. A.P.

Nari Mahila Sakshyam


33. NMSS Sangam, D.No:3-1268, NH East 9848893038,
5, Hukumpet, Godavari Office - Swagthi
Rajahmundry 0883200828

Bread Ph:08854
No: 4-6-3, Old SB Street East 256973,
34. Bread Tuni 533 401, E.G. Dist. Godavari bread_psh_tuni@y AO:9966748
Ph:08554-256973 ahoo.co.in PM: 9985844 APSACS
Rajahmundry 458
PD:9985655
258

Changes Ph: 0884-


H.No: 10-451 vmss@rediffmail. 2307931
35. Changes Mohan Convent Street, East com (Central
Eswar Nagar, Godavari changeskkd@red Office), APSACS
3rd APSP, Kakinada iffmail,com kk-(0)-0884-
Ph: 0884-2307931 2353874,
PD:
9849181667

24
Janakalyan Welfare PD:
Society jkws2020@gmail.c 9848320500,
36. JWS 8-99, Durga Nagar, ISI East om; PM:9912285
Mallayyapeta, Godavari janakalyan@rediff 851 APSACS
Rajahmundry mail.com (John
PD: 9848320500 Mathai)

Womens Initiative for


Sustainable
Enpowerment Ph:08552-
17-15-18 241014
37. WISE Opp Gokina Siva Babu East wisepdp@mail.co PD:
Thota Godavari m 09701301141 APSACS
Durga Centre, 1
Peddapuram, PM:9912008
East Godavari 938
Ph:08852-241014

Academicians Association Tel:0883-


for Liberation, Peace and 2424686
Education (AALPE) Mobile:
38. AALPE # 15-4-5/4, Luthergiri East migrantintervention 0944032796 APSACS
Rajahmundry, Godavari .aalpe@gmail.com 2,
East Godavari Dist, Coun:995936
Pin Code: 533105 3927
Tel:0883-2424686

Uma Educational &


Technical Society PD:
39. UETS Uma Manovikas Nagar, East umamanovikas@y 9440119828
Behind Rayudupalem, Godavari ahoo.com PM: APSACS
Kakinada 9705103179
PD:9440119828

Abhyudaya Mahila Man


dali, C/o KL Gupta Kaly Ph:8645-
40. AMM ana Mandapam Guntur amm_psh@yahoo 235919
D.No:1-442/A, Mangala .com PD:
Guntur 9866772704 APSACS
Ph:08645-235919 PM:
9441308772

Gramasiri, JP Nagar,
41. Gramasiri Nandirajuthota - 522120 Guntur 9966745565 Swagathi
bapatla, Guntur(dt).

Hands of compassion
behind rtc busstand,
42. HANDS Prakash Nagar, Guntur 9959070759 Swagathi
Narasaraopet-522602

5 flrd
d/no.15/12-68
43. SFIRD venkatarao nagar Guntur 9849359406 Swagathi
guntur 522001

D-no: 14-2-357
Opp: sktr degree college
44. Seeds srisailamroad, Guntur 9291677248 Swagathi
Macherla

Christian Association for


Mediclamission & Peoples
45. CAMPD Development, Guntur campponnur.ramja Ph:
P.B.No:7, 2nd Lane, n@gmail.com 0864324663 Apsacs
Shanthi Nagar, Ponnunu, 5
Guntur - 522124

25
Ph:0863-
Kothapeta Mahila Mandir 2212381
(KMM) 0863-
Venkatadripet, 2212382 APSACS
46. KMM Nehrunagar Guntur kmm_csw_gnt@ya 2257666
Guntur 523 001 hoo.com (fax)(PP)
Ph: 086-2212381 PM: 9885423
0863-2212382 893
PD:
9440261961

Chaitanya Mahila
Mandali Ph:040-
PHS,Project 64605251
47 CMM H.No:12-10-399/2A, 1st Hyderabad cmmhyd01@red PM:
Floor, iffmail.com 9966343566 APSACS
Opp, Suresh Theatre PD:
Seethafalmandi 9397303756
Ph:040-64605251

HLCHS,
5-9-209/8/1,
Near Little flower School, hichs@rediffmail. PM:G. Venkat
48. HLCHS Chirag Ali Lane, Hyderabad com PD:93910049 APSACS
Abids. 41
Hyderabad.
PD:9391004941

IRDS # 12-13-1183,VBSS PD:


49. IRDS Ananda Nilayam Street, Hyderabad irdshyd01@gmail.c 9440896053 APSACS
No:10, Tarnaka, Hyd. om PM:
9397303754

Development Action 040-


For Rural 32442756
Environment (Dare) 040-
50. DARE 1-1-770/5, Gandhi Nagar, Hyderabad dare_1985@yahoo. 30628199
Near Canara Bank, com PD: APSACS
Hyderabad 500 080 9912103172
PD: 9912103172 PM:
9885044460

Green Cross Society, PD:


flat No:002, # 10-5-425, greencs@rediffmail. M.Sanjeev
51. GCS Vyshanavi Apartments, com Kumar-94400
Thukaram Gate, Hyderabad gcs.sanjeev@gmail 68928 APSACS
North Lalaguda - 500017 com PM:P.B.Jose
Ph:93900039834 Ph:
9390039834
9440068928

SIDUR
144/2RT, Vijayanagar PD:
52. SIDUR Colony, Hyderabad Sidurhyd@yahoo. 9848834741,
Hyderabad-27 com PM:9885510 APSACS
PD:9848834741 925

Plot No:5, Block No.


53. BCT 31, Auto Nagar, Hyderabad 9966222632 TSG
Hyderabad.

Darpan Foundation,
H.No:10-3-3/8, Ramanas darpanfoundationh
Corner, yd@rediffmail.com Ph:040-
Near Shenoy Nursing darpanplus@yahoo. 20074436
54. Darpan Home, Hyderabad com. PD: APSACS
East Marredpally, arun_darpan@gmail 9490929279
Secunderabad-500026. .com 9000525560
T.S., India
Ph: 040-20074436

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Suraksha Society
H.No:11-3-362/10/B,
Opp Methodist Church
55. Suraksha Lane,
Srinivasa Nagar, Hyderabad surakshasociety@y 9348764898
Warasiguda, ahoo.com Avinash:
Secunderabad. Pin: Ph: APSACS
500061. 9989016258
Ph: 9989016258

Jeevana Rekha Mahila


Sangham, 9885304087
#18-10/3, Kedareswara /
56. JRMS pet, Krishna 0950565948 APSACS
Khuddus Nagar, 6/
Vijayawada - 3. 26996597
Krishna District.

Guide
behind zp high school
fourth cross road
57. GUIDE Sri Mahalakshmi colony Krishna 9394884090 Swagathi
poranki
penamaluru mandal
Pin: 521137

Ravicherla integrated
development & education
society, sneha building,
58. RIDE near rajiv circle, Krishna 9989907360 Swagathi
banginapalli garden
nuzuvid - 521 201, Krishna
District, A.P.

Legal Education and


Action for the
Development of Society-
Leads, Ph: 0866-
59. LEADS D.No:26-15-21, Krishna leadsngoidus@gm 6580566
Opp Ramatalkies ail.com PD: APSACS
Vundavallivaristreet, 9866250489
Gandhinagar, PM:
Vijayawada-3 9959338948
Ph: 0866-6580566

Krishna D.No: 40-13-


District 1/1, Chandramoullipuram Krishna 9908731529 APSACS
60. Owners .Benz circle,
association Vijayawada,520010

Society for National


Integration through Ph:08674
Education and Humani 246993
61. SNEHA sing Action Krishna sneham.k@gma PD:
(SNEHA) il.com 9441083474 APSACS
D.No: 19/338-2, PM(Ravi):
Bethavolu, 9866637122
Krishna Dist.

Vasavya Mahila Mandali, G. rashmi_


D.No: 40-9/1-19, Secretary,
62. VMM Vasavya Nagar, Krishna vasavyamm@sify 9849081733
Benz Circle, .com PM: Shaik APSACS
Vijayawada - 520010 Mogala
saheb-
9705051108

27
The Krishna District Lorry
Owners Associator,
40-13-1/1, kdloasyproject@ PRR:
63. KDLO Chandramoulipuram, Benz Krishna rediffmail.com 9866307750 APSACS
Circle, BK:
Vijayawada-520010 9908731529
Ph: 9866307750

H.No:6-1-44/1, Malkapur
GNNS- Road, Srinagar Colony,
64. Ramagun Godavarikhani, Karimnagar gnns.gdk@gma 9395149035 ALLiANCE
dam Karimnagar-505209 il.com

H.No: 2-7-203, Shop NO:9,


GNNS Rice Millers Association
65. (SEWS) Building, Behind Swetha Karimnagar gnnsknr@gmail 9885710219 ALLiANCE
Karimna Hotel, Karimnagar - .com
gar 505001

# HIG-5, Housing Board


66. REACH Colony, Vani Nagar, Karimnagar reachfpp@gmail. 9396882357 ALLiANCE
Jagityal Jagityal, Karimnagar Dist. com

To,
The Project Director,
GAMANA,
67. GAMA #80/67,
NA-2 Lakshmi Venkateshwara Kurnool 08518-
Complex, 233492 APSACS
Opp, ITC, Krishna Nagar,
NH-7, Kurnool-578003

Sri Parameshwari
Educational Society
Near Ph: 08518-
68. SPES Venkateshwaraswamy 232125
Temple, Kurnool spes_csw_knl@ PD:
80-11-66, Krishna Nagar, yahoo.com 9440356716 APSACS
Kurnool - 518002 PM:
Ph: 08518-232125 9949202055

Vijaya Mahila Mandali Ph: 08512-


D.No: 1/1293, 228561
69. VMM HBC Colony, Kurnool vmmygr@yahoo. PD:
Yemmiganuru-518360 co.in 9440554319 APSACS
Kurnool PM:9885312
Ph: 0851-228561 638

To,
The Project Director, PD:
AARDIP, 9440251325
70. AARDIP Plot No:77, NGO’s Colony Kurnool aard.p@yahoo.com 08512-
Adoni - 518301. 230460, APSACS
Kurnool Dist 08512-
Ph: 9440251325 231326

To,
The Project Director,
GAMANA
71. GAMANA #14/42, Saibabapeta, Kurnool 08513-
Nandikotkur, 280114, APSACS
Kurnool Dist. 9848978246
0885-13280114

Hands-Avaha, Dhone,
72. Hands Upstair Medical Shop Kurnool handsdhones@gm 9397698100 ALIANCE
Dhone 7/135, Near Bus Stand, ail.com
Dhone

28
To,
The Project Director,
Meriba,
73. MERIBA D.No:1-43/27, Kurnool meribasangay@re
Akkiraju Colony diffmail.com Ph:08517-
Atmakar. meribasangam@re 224014 APSACS
Ph:518422 diffmail.com

HANDS H.No:5/137, Near


74. Bethemch Narasimhulu Clinic,
erla Old Busstand, Bethem Kurnool handsbethemchari 9395398486 Alliance
cherla, Kurnool Dist. a@gmail.com

Jagruthi # 11-8-91/1, Lenin Nagar Khammam jagavahankmm@ 9866555615 Alliance


75. Khammam Kahmmam - 507001 yahoo.com

Jagruthi # 1-2-82, Mythri, No:2


76. Yellandu Basti, Yellandu (Mandal) Khammam jagavahanyld@y 9502530145 Alliance
Khammam District. ahoo.co.in

D.No: 6-13-80, Safaribasti,


SECURE Beside Balaji Lodge,
77. Kothagud Kothagudem-507101. Khammam securefpp@yah 966679940 Alliance
em Khammam Dist. oo.com
Ph: 08744-246162

H.No: 10-249/1 B, Opp:


SECURE Old Panchayathi,
78. Badracha Sarapaka, Burgampahad Khammam securefpp@gma 998576322 Alliance
lam (Mandal), Khammam Dt. ail.com
Ph: 08746-243642

SIRI NGO, Ashok Nagar,


79. SIRI - Opp: Sri Sai Singareni tent
Manuguru house, Manuguru Khammam siri_1993@rediffmail. 9948420140 Alliance
(Mandal), Khammam Dist. com

New Address of Cards:


Collective Action for Rural
Development
Society (CARDS)
BK. Sudha, Cell No:
80. CARDS H.No:3-77, Nagavaram Mehabubn bks_cards@yah 9441069062 Alliance
(Village), agar oo.com & 944014
Wanaparthy(Mandal) 509 0383
103,
Mahaboob nagar (Dist),
AP.
Cell No: 9441069062

LEPRA-4 Mythri Avaham Project,


81. Ramayam Beside Govt. Hospital, Medak lepra.rmpt@gm 9908307880 Alliance
pet Ramayampet, Medak Dist ail.com

H.No: 6-6-33, Gund


82. LEPRA-5 Maidan, Upstairs of
Sangare Navatha Transport, Medak avahansrd@lepr 9441686514 Alliance
ddy Sangareddy-502001. ahealthinaction.in

H.No: 2-5-7, Post Bha


83. SCOPE vani Mandi Road, Zahe Medak scope_alliance@ 9348141444 Alliance
Zaheera erabad, Medak Dist yahoo.com
502220

Mythri Ankita Office,


84. ANKITA Near New Bus Stand,
Suryapet Opp: Shalivahana Degree Nalgonda ankitasuryapet@ 9705073737 Alliance
College, Suryapet-508213 yahoo.com
Dist. Nalgonda.

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ANKITA- D.No: 13-83, Taka Road,
85. Miryalga Miryalaguda - 507208 Nalgonda ankita_avahan@y 9705072226 Alliance
da Dist. Nalgonda ahoo.com

Sneha Avahan, # 5-6-378,


86. SNEHA Near Bombay Nursing Nizamabad sneha.org@gmail
Nizamab Home, Yellammagutta (x), .com 9989172547 Alliance
ad Nizamabad - 503002

H.No: 5-3-876, Near CTO


87. LEPRA-2 Offuce, N.H-7 Road, Nizamabad lepra.kamareddy@ 9849221422 Alliance
Kamared Kamareddy, Dist. gmail.com
dy Nizamabad.

SUPPORT Ph: 0861-


JP Complex, 2300018,
88. SUPPO Opp Bose Statue, PD:9885193
RT Subedar pet, Nellore idusupport.org@g 777 APSACS
Nellore-524002 mail.com PM:
Ph: 0861-2300018 9948073132

Cultural Association for


Moss Education and Ph: 08623-
Libration (CAMEL), 242590
89. CAMEL Door No: 20/599, Nellore camelmigrants@g PD: APSACS
Near Potti Sriramulu mail.com 9440261637
Statue, PM:
Mulapet, S.P.S. 9963664790
Nellore - 524001
Ph: 08623-242590

Sards Sankalpa fsw


Projects, D.No:15/389
Merinaidustreet,
90. SS Subedarpet, Beside
Municipal School, Nellore 9912340208 Swagathi
Nellore Dist,
Pin - 524 003

Navajeevan Organization
Fsw project,
D.No: 4/16/3/2,
Near Murali theatre, g.n.t
91. NAVAJE Road, Upstairs Excise Nellore 9247150125 Swagathi
EVAN Police Station, Naidupeta,
Nellore Dist.
Pin - 524 126

RRDS
RBV Prasad, Maruti
92. RRDS Nagar, Nelatur, Gudur (M), Nellore rrds111@gmail. 9491339590 APSACS
Nellore Dist. com
Ph: 9491339590

Chaitanya Jyothi Women


Welfare Society
93. CJWWS # 2-7/1194, Tyagaraju
Nagar, Nellore cjws@rediffmail. Ph: 08612 APSACS
Vedayya Palem, com 344063
Nellore - 524004

H.No: 5-4-143t5, Opp :


Panchamukhi Hanuman
94. LEPRA-1 Temple, Sharadha Colony, Rangareddy avahanrrdist@lepr 9989440592 Alliance
Hayathnagar Vanasthalipuram, ahealthinaction.in
Hyderabad - 500070

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To,
The Project Director,
LEPRA Society,
# 9-4-116/1, 040-
95. LEPRA Opp. Hanuman Mandir, Rangareddy 66498588 APSACS
Balreddy Nagar, 9550287677
Tolichowki,
Hyderabad.
040-6649858.

96 SAMPU V.N.Goud Complex Rangareddy sampurna_hyd@ 9849844749 Alliance


RNA Basavannakatta, Tandur yahoo.com

Venkateswara Social
Service Association,
H.No:15-8/2, Mirjalguda, Off: 040-
97. VSSA Malkajgiri, Rangareddy vssa.aids@gmail. 27054708
Ranga Reddy District PD: 9885190 APSACS
Hyderabad - 500 047 454
Off. 040-27054708

Spare
C/o Y. Rama Reddy
Subash Rao,
98. SPARE 9th ward, Prakasam 9666649662 Swagathi
Prakasham,
Pin - 523230

Effort
99. EFFORT Rayavaram - 523374
Markapuram Mandal Prakasam 9703356427 Swagathi
Prakasm Dist.

Help
Sujatha Nagar 2nd line
100 HELP Lawayer pet extn. Prakasam 9885892113 Swagathi
Ongole, Prakasam Dist.
Pin - 523 002

Gowthami Educational Ph: 08592-


Society 242620(HO)
Alakuvapadu Road, 08592-
101 GES Tangutur, Prakasam ges.prakasam@g 243910 APSACS
Prakasam 523 274 mail.com PM:
Ph: 08592-242620(HO) 9912813980
08592-243910 PD:9440265
620

Gramasiri Rural
Orientation for Women,
C/o. BSD Prasad,
Vaddesangam,
102 GROW Via Chirala, Kothapeta, Prakasam bsdprasad_grow APSACS
Papaipalem (PO), @yahoo.com
Vetapalem (M),
Prakasaham - 523 157

Mahila Mandali - Chirala 08594-


Veeraraghavapet, 232632(HO)
Polimera Road, 08594-
103 MM-Chir Chirala (P&M), Prakasam hariprasad_msw 230073 APSACS
ala Prakasam Dist. @yahoo.co.in PM:9948047
Ph: 08594-232632(HO) 971
08594-230073

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Planned Action Service
Committee for
Achievements (PASCA) 08592-
D.No. 19-2-4, 1st Floor, 228545
104 PASCA VR Buildings, Kota Street Prakasam pasca_info@yah PD: APSACS
TB Road, oo.com 9440502807
Near, Bandlamitta Centre, PM: 984818
Ongole, Prakasam 523001 449
Ph: 08592-228545

GRAND
Kamasastry vari veedhi, PD: 9441133
Opp. Old Employment 908
105 GRAND office, Prakasam grand.org@gmai PM:9441521379
Beside Balaram Appts l.com Ph: 0859280108
Santha pet, Ongole
Pin: 523001
Ph: 0859280108

To,
The Project Director,
Gram Swarajya Samithi,
106 GSS (GSS), gssamithi@yahoo
C/o E Haribabu, Vizag .co.in PM: 9963007
D.No:3-33-16, MIG 47, gssamithi@rediff 807 APSACS
Pithapuram Colony 17, mail.com
Maddipalem, Vizag.

To,
The Project Director,
Sarada Valley
Development Samithi
107 SVDS Main Road, Thummapala, Ph: 08924-
Anakapalli Mandal. Vizag 223161
Visakhapatnam Dist. Mob: APSACS
531 032 9963975243
Ph: 08924 - 223161
Mob: 9963975243

Chaitanya Jyothi Women


Welfare Society PD; V.
C/O Vijay Reddy Function Ramanamm
108 CJWWS Hall cjwws.vsp@gma a-
13-5-7, Vizag il.com 9908851412 APSACS
Beach Road, Gajuvaka, PM: B.
Visakhapatnam. Lakshmi
Cell: 9908851412 9989719556

Association for Rural


Development & Action
Research, Ph: 0891-
G-10, Sri Varshini Enclave 2525501 /
109 ARDAR (Behind KDPM High Vizag ardar_wr@yahoo 2500220
School), .com PD: Ramana APSACS
East Point Colony, idu@ardar.org.in 9440019036
Visakhaptnam - 530 017 PM: Hyma:
Ph: 0891-2525501 / 9989013759
2500220

Opp: HPCl. North Gate,


110 VLOWA Point, Exim Park Vizag 9966516366 APSACS
Area, Visakhapatnam

ACCEPT
No: 27-1-62 (1), Sri Nagar,
Vidyanagar Ph: 0891-
111 ACCEPT Old Gajuwaka, Vizag - 530 Vizag accept@sify.com/ 2757176 /
026 mamaanup2005@ 256738 APSACS
Ph: 0891-2757176 / yahoo.com PM:
256738 9849521673

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NATURE
Near Telephone Ph: 958966
112 NATURE Exchange, Vizag nature.orgsb@yah 275129
Araku Vally, co.com Araku Valley APSACS
Vizag - 535145 PD:
Ph: 958966-275129 Haima :
9440131561

Resource educational
society (res).
Res nestam project
C/o n.v. varalakshmi
113 RES Plot.no. 32, sainadh colony, Vizainagaram 9849165570 Swagathi
Near om mandir
Landmark: stadium road,
Vizianagaram Dist.
Pin - 535002

Ydos network
Swagati project
C/o v. hymavathi
114 YDOS Vaddi Veedhi Vizianagaram 9392095859 Swagathi
Saluru (at/post)
Vizianagaram Dist.
Pin - 535 591

Rudrama Devi Mahila


Mandali PD:
115 RDMM 14-57/4, Aadarsha Nagar 9391630843
Colony, Hasanparthi, Warangal rmm_wgl@yahoo.com PM:
Warangal Dist 9849107630
PD: 9391630843

Pragati Seva Samiti PD: 9848098


2-5-898, Circuit Flower 732
116 PSS Road, Hanamakonda, Warangal pragatiss@yahoo PM: Ram APSACS
Warangal. .com Dasu:
PD: 9848098732 9885514929

SNEHA,
# 2-2-513, PM:
C/o. Ananthula Kedari Kamalakar
117 SNEHA Ramnagar, Warangal snehahanmakond 9849936044 APSACS
Police Head Quarters a@gmail.com PD:
Backside E. Mamatha
Hanmakonda, Warangal Ph:
PM Mobile: 9849936044 9000010274

Fax & Ph:


0870244013
(Off)
SNEHA, PD (V. Venu
D.No: 11-18-776/1 snehawarangal@ Gopal); APSACS
118 SNEHA Viswakarma Street, Warangal gmail.com 09440327974
Kashibugga PM:
Warangal 09949023140

Warangal District Lorry


Owner Association, Kotaiah:
119 WDLOA # TRT - 37, Industrial wglgloa@gmail. 9440703748
Colony, Warangal co.in Rajaiah L APSACS
Warangal - 13 9849890747
Ph: 9440703748

H.No: 1-8-499, Behind


120 MARI Ekasila Park, Warangal fppmari@gmail. 9396939439,
Balasamudram, com 9849207970 Alliance
Hanmakonda - 506 001

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C/o Santhosh Lodge,
121 MARI Beside Urvasi theatre,
Vill & Mdl, Bhupalapally, Warangal bpallyavahan@gm 93963939431, Alliance
Dt: Warangal. ail.com 9291218073

H.No: 13-182,
122 PRAGA Madhusudhan Nagar Warangal pragathi_avahan@ 9989291161 Alliance
THI Colony, Malkajgiri, yahoo.com
Hyderabad-47

H.No: 11-3-1/A, Near


123 SYO Ambedkar Statue, Main Warangal syoavahan@rediff 9866603023 Alliance
Road, Thorrur. Dist. mail.com
Warangal.

SAMEEKARANA Ph:08819-
7-117 Shanthi Complex, 229762.
124 Sameek Opp Vamsi Hi Tech Super West smkn_csw_wg@ PD: APSACS
arana Speciality Hospital Godavari yahoo.com 9440386289
Railway St. Road Srikanth:
Tanuku - 534211, W.G.Dt. 9908831096
Ph: 08819-229762

Action for development


D.No:8-2-2, Narassaiah
Agraharam,
125 AFD Near Alluri Seetharama West Goda 9848342054 Swagathi
raju statue, Bhimavaram vari
- 534 203
West Godavari Dist.(A.P)

Sravanti
C/o B. Krishna Rao
D.No: 8-6-12/1,
126 SRAVA Benarjipeta
NI Beside Old Electrical Office West Goda 9246659070 Swagathi
Near Panduranga Theatre vari
Eluru - 1
Pin - 534 001

Pard
D.No: 29 - 411
Near Govt. Degree College
127 PARD Opp College Water Tank West Goda 9492289801 Swagathi
Dange Nagar Street
Jangareddygudem - 534 447
West Godavari Dist.

Bhoruka A.S.Peta,
128 Public Ichapuram, Border, AP Srikakulam 9030469890 TSG
Welfare Pin - 532323
Trust

Youth Club of bejjipuram


C/o Dr.S. Rajendra Naidu
D.No: 01-05-134, 1st Floor,
129 YCB Near Nehru Yuva Kendra, Srikakulam 8019206165 Swagathi
Palakonda Road,
Srikakulam Dist-532001
A.P

Guest - Swagati
C/o Dr. G. G Victor,
Gandhinagar,
130 GUEST D.No:9-195 P,
Kassibugga, Srikakulam 9603596860 Swagathi
Palasa,
Srikakulam Dist. - 532222

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VI. CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME IN EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND
EDUCATION
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
The Department of Education has been started by the University in November 2004.
The Department is offering B.Ed. (Telugu Medium), B.Ed. (Special Education) and Certificate
Programme in Literacy and Community Development Programmes. The Certificate Progamme
in Early Childhood Care and Education programme was launched in the Academic Year 2011-
12.
The Certificate Programme in Early Childhood Care and Education (CECE) of BRAOU
aims at developing the understanding and competencies required by practising teachers for
effective teaching-learning process at the pre-primary stage. It enables trainees to select and
organise learning experiences according to the requirement of learners. In addition, it provides
knowledge and develops in them an understanding of areas of child development, pre-school
management etc.

A. Programme Objectives
The programme aims to enable teacher trainees to achieve the following objectives:
a) To strengthen the professional competencies of pre-school teachers.
b) To develop an understanding of the various methods and approaches of organising
learning experiences for pre-primary school children.
c) To understand the nature of the learning process and develop skills required in
selecting and organising learning experiences.
d) To develop skills involved in dealing with the academic and personal problems of
children.
e) To develop skills in selection, development and usage of activities and to develop an
understanding of the various techniques of management in the classroom.

B. Duration
The minimum duration of the programme is one year. However, the maximum period
allowed for completion of the programme will be three years.

C. Medium of Instruction : English


D. Eligibility
i) The candidate should be 18 years of age as on 1-7-2017.
ii) The candidate should have passed Intermediate / Equivalent (10+2) or a higher
examination from a recognised institute / university.

E. Admission
The candidates are required to fill in the Online Application Form through the University
portal www.braouonline.in.

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F. Study Centres
All the Regional Coordination Centres of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University will be the
Study Centres.
If the minimum number of eligible candidates (ie., 10) have not registered at a specific
Study Centre, such candidates will be given admission in a nearby Study Centre or at a study
centre where 10 or more than 10 candidates have registered for admission. University reserves
the right in this regard.
The Study Centre is the contact point at the local level. Select the Study Centre that is
convenient to you and write clearly the name of the study centre where you wish to register for
academic counselling and other facilities. The study centres provide audio-visual equipment,
library and other facilities on all working days. All Mondays and the Tuesdays following second
Saturday of the month, are weekly holidays for study centres.
Note:Change of Study Centre is not permissible as admissions are made online.

G. Programme Fee
The programme fee is Rs. 5,000/-.
0
H. Programme Structure
The programme is essentially a judicious mix of theory and practical courses to develop
knowledge, skills and aptitude of pre-school teachers. Illustrations and cases and relevant
situations and activities comprise the core of each course. These are suitably supported by
theoretical aspects to the extent needed. Considering the job requirement of pre-school teachers
and the broad programme objectives, the following four courses are identified:
CECE 1 : Principles of Early Childhood Care and Education
CECE 2 : Significance of Early Childhood Care and Education
CECE 3 : Planning and Implementation of Early Childhood Care and Education
Programme
CECE 4 : Administration and Management of Pre-school and Day-Care Centres
In addition to the set of theory courses, emphasis is laid on skill development. The practical
work is based on the subject-content presented in various theory courses. The practical
experiences are suitably categorised and organised under the School-based and Workshop-
based Practicals and Practice Teaching.

I. Instructional System
The Certificate in Early Childhood Care and Education Programme delivery system includes
the multi-media approach, i.e., self-instructional print material, audio / video components,
teleconferencing, assignments, counselling sessions and practical work in a pre-school and
workshops.

J. Academic Counselling and Practical Sessions


Generally the academic counselling sessions will be held at the study centres during
holidays. Academic counselling sessions for 16 days duration, in two or three spells, with
intensive face-to-face interaction to develop skills and competencies will be organised at the
study centre. The study centre coordinators will also provide the counselling schedule. The
36 counselling sessions will include clarifications required in the print material and audio / video
programmes through active interaction with students.
Practicals will be held in the pre-schools and teacher training colleges / institutions identified.
As mentioned earlier, the practical courses consist of school-based and workshop-based practicals
and practice teaching. These activities will be conducted in the pre-schools. The student
teachers will have to do practical work and various activities required for the development of
teaching skills and competencies in the pre-school under the guidance of the supervisor and
H.M. after taking due permission from the pre-school concerned. That is, a student has to do
internship for 24 days in the year.

K. Evaluation
The system of evaluation, both for theory and practical work, is as follows:
For theory courses, evaluation comprises the following aspects:
a) Self-evaluation exercises within each unit of study.
b) The term-end examination has a weightage of 50 marks for each course.
For practical courses, evaluation comprises the following aspects:
a) Continuous evaluation of school-based activities and practice teaching.
b) Evaluation of performance in practical workshops.
c) Evaluation of practice teaching.
d) The practical examination has a weightage of 50 marks.
Total Marks : Term-End Examination : 200
Practical Examination : 200
400
The student will have to obtain at least 40% marks in each of the theory courses, and
50% of marks in practicals. However, the overall average should be at least 50% for the
successful completion of the programme.

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L. List of Study Centres

Sl.No. Location of RCC/ Study Centres Mobile Number Centre


Code No.

1 Govt. Degree College for Men, Adilabad, 08732-221016 7382929601 001


2 Govt. Degree College for men, Anantapur, Ph. No. 08554-222448 7382929602 002
3 Govt. Degree College for Men, Kadapa, Ph. No. 08562-258866 7382929603 003
4 Sir CRR College, Eluru, West Godavari Dist. Ph: 08812-241049 7382929604 004
5 J.K.C. College, Guntur, 0863-2244323 7382929605 005
6 S.R.R. Govt. College, Karimnagar, Ph. No. 0878-2253599 7382929606 006
7 S.R. & B.G.N.R. Govt. College, Khammam, 08742-227871 7382929607 007
8 Silver Jubilee Govt. College, Kurnool, Ph. No. 08518-230055 7382929608 008
9 M.V.S. Arts & Science Govt. College, Mahaboobnagar
08542-275947 7382929609 009
10 Nagarjuna Govt. College, Nalgonda, Ph. No.08682-223768 7382929610 010
11 Sri Sarvodaya College, Nellore Ph.No.0861-2332162 7382929611 011
12 Giriraj Govt. College, Nizamabad, Ph. No.08642-222055 7382929612 012
13 CSR Sarma College, Ongole, Prakasam Dist - 523001.
Ph: 08592-235348 7382929613 013
14 Govt. Degree College, Rajahmundry, Ph. No. 0883-2473080 7382929614 014
15 Govt. Degree College, Siddipet, 08457-223826 7382929615 015
16 Govt. Degree College (Men), Srikakulam, 08942-226001 7382929616 016
17 S.V. Arts & Science College, Tirupati, Ph. No.0877-2249607 7382929617 017
18 Dr. V.S. Krishna Govt. Degree College, Visakhapatnam
Ph. No.0891-2536673 7382929619 019
19 M.R. College, Vizianagaram - 535 002. Ph: 08922-229058 7382929620 020
20 University Arts & Science College, Subedari, Hanamkonda,
Warangal - 506 001. 0870-2511862 7382929621 021
21 Post Graduate College (Osmania University), Paradise X Roads,
Secunderabad - 500 003. Ph: 040-27903886 7382929623 023
22 SRR & CVR Govt. Degree College, Machavaram,
Vijayawada. Ph. No. 0866-2434868 7382929642 042
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in Literacy and Community Development)

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I. [`«Ñ~¨ K° =« Åã≤# ã¨iìш≤¶ H@∞¡
1. q^•º~°›`« ã¨iìѶ≤ˆH\ò HÍÑ‘
2. ѨÙ\˜ì# `Õn ã¨iìѶ≤ˆH\ò HÍÑ‘
J. H“xûeOQ∑ `«~°QÆ`«∞Å „Ѩ}ÏoHõ
Schedule of Topics for Contact-cum-Counselling Classes
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Introduction on Course-I Introduction on Course-II Introduction on Course-III


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VIII . PǨ~°O–áÈ+¨}Ö’ ã¨iìѶ≤ˆH\ò HÀ~°∞û (Certificate Programme in Food and Nutrition)
P~ÀQƺ"Õ∞ =∞ǨÉèÏQƺO JO\Ï~°∞. P~ÀQƺ=O`«OQÍ rqOK«_®xH˜ áÈ+¨HÍǨ~°O J=ã¨~°O. áÈ+¨HÍǨ~°
qÅ∞=Å∞ KåÖÏ Ys^≥·# PǨ~° Ѩ^•~å÷ÅÖ’<Õ LO\ÏÜ«∞#∞HÀ=_»O „Éèí=∞. KÒHõQÍ ÅaèOKÕ Ñ¨^•~å÷ÅÖ’ ‰õÄ_®
áÈ+¨Hõ qÅ∞=Å∞ LO\Ï~Ú. H˘xfl ~°HÍŠѨ^•~å÷Å q∞„â◊=∞O ^•fi~å áÈ+¨Hõ qÅ∞=Å#∞ ÃÑOK«=K«∞Û.
=Ü≥∂[#∞ÅO^Œ~°∂ áÈ+¨HÍǨ~° ^Œ$ëêìº qkèQÍ `≥Å∞ã¨∞HÀ=Åã≤# JOâßÅ∞†
• ~°Hõ~°HÍÅ PǨ~° Ѩ^•~å÷Ö’¡ LO_Õ áÈ+¨Hõ qÅ∞=Å∞,
• =∂#= â◊s~åxH˜ qq^èŒ ^Œâ◊Ö’¡ HÍ=Åã≤# áÈ+¨Hõ qÅ∞=Å∞,
• Z‰õΩ¯= PǨ~°O, `«‰õΩ¯= PǨ~°O fã¨∞HÀ=_»O =Å¡, u#‰õÄ_»x "å\˜x u#_»O =Å¡ HõeˆQ
Ѩi}Ï=∂Å∞,
• PǨ~° Ѩ^•~å÷Å#∞ ZOK«∞H˘<Õ =∂~åæÅ∞, ZOÑ≤Hõ KÕã¨∞H˘#fl Ѩ^•~å÷Å#∞ =O@‰õΩ ã≤^ŒúO KÕã¨∞H˘<Õ
q^è•#=¸, =O_Õ Ñ¨^Œúu, xÅ∞= KÕã¨∞‰õΩ<Õ f~°∞.
g∞ ‰õΩ@∞O| ã¨Éèí∞ºÅ áœ+≤ìHÍǨ~å=ã¨~åÅ#∞, ~°∞K«∞Å ÉË^è•Å#∞, P^•Ü«∂xfl ѨiQÆ}Ö’H˜ fã¨∞‰õΩx
=∞Oz PǨ~åxfl ZOK«∞HÀ=_®xH˜ J=ã¨~°"≥∞ÿ# q*Ï˝<åxfl D ã¨iìѶ≤ˆH\ò ™ê÷~Ú HÍ~°º„Hõ=∞O POkã¨∞ÎOk. JO`ÕHÍ^Œ∞
D HÀ~°∞û ^•fi~å PǨ~° ã¨fiÉèÏî"åhfl, g\˜=Å¡ HõeˆQ [|∞ƒÅ#∂ g∞~°∞ `≥Å∞ã¨∞HÀQÆÅ∞QÆ∞`å~°∞. =∞Oz PǨ~°Ñ¨Ù
JÅ"å@∞¡, áÈ+¨}‰õΩ ZÖÏ ^ÀǨÏ^ŒO KÕ™êÎÜ≥∂ „QÆÇ≤ÏOK«QÆÅ∞QÆ∞`å~°∞. PǨ~° Ѩ^•~å÷Å QÆ∞}QÆ}ÏÅ#∞ qâı¡+≤OKÕ
Ѩ^Œúux, qxÜ≥∂QÆ^•~°∞ŠǨωõΩ¯Å#∞ ‰õÄ_® D HÀ~°∞û ^•fi~å ѨiK«Ü«∞O KÕã¨∞H˘O\Ï~°∞.
‰õΩ@∞O| P~ÀQͺxfl, ã¨OѶ¨∞ P~ÀQͺxfl HÀˆ~ „Ѩu XHõ¯iH˜, D HÀ~°∞û LѨÜ≥∂QÆѨ_»∞`«∞Ok. PǨ~À`«ÊuÎ,
ѨOÑ≤}©, qxÜ≥∂QÆ=¸–g\˜H˜ ã¨O|OkèOz# Jaè=$kú HÍ~°º„Hõ=∂ÅÖ’ K«Hõ¯QÍ á⁄ÖÁæ#QÆÅQÆ_®xH˜ D HÀ~°∞û
LѨÜ≥∂QÆѨ_»∞`«∞Ok.

A. D HÀ~°∞û Z=iH˜? ZO`«HÍÅO?


K«^Œ=_»O, ~åÜ«∞_»O =zÛ# Z=Ô~·<å D HÀ~°∞ûÖ’ KÕ~°=K«∞Û. J~Ú`Õ "åi =Ü«∞ã¨∞û HÀ~°∞ûÖ’ KÕˆ~
q^•ºã¨O=`«û~°OÖ’ AÖˇ· XHõ\’ `Õn <å\˜H˜ 18 ã¨O=`«û~åÅ∞ xO_ç LO_®e. Z‰õΩ¯= =Ü«∞ã¨∞û L#fl"å~°∂
J~°∞›ÖË. JO`«HõO>Ë `«‰õΩ¯= =Ü«∞ã¨∞û L#fl"å~°∞ JO>Ë 18 ã¨O=`«û~åÅ HõO>Ë `«‰õΩ¯= LO>Ë J~°∞›Å∞HÍ~°∞.
Wk P~°∞ <≥ÅÅ HÀ~°∞û. g∞‰õΩ#fl =º=kèx |\˜ì, ã¨^Œ∞áêÜ«∂xfl |\˜ì QÆi+¨ìOQÍ Ô~O_Õà◊¡Ö’QÍ HÀ~°∞û#∞ ѨÓiÎ
KÕã¨∞HÀ=_®xH˜ gÅ∞Ok.

B. HÀ~°∞û ã¨fi~°∂ѨO
ã¨iìѶ≤ˆH\ò ™ê÷~Ú HõÅ D HÍ~°º„Hõ=∞OÖ’ =¸_»∞ HÀ~°∞ûÅ∞ JO>Ë áê~îåºOâßÅ∞ LO\Ï~Ú. Jq†
• "≥Ú^Œ\˜ áê~îåºOâ◊O : g∞~°∞, g∞ PǨ~°O
• Ô~O_À áê~îåºOâ◊O : g∞ PǨ~°O, ^•x qxÜ≥∂QÆ q^è•#O
• =¸_À áê~îåºOâ◊O : PǨ~°O, Pi÷Hõ =º=Ǩ~åÅ∞
D =¸_»∞ áê~îåºOâßÅÖ’ LfÎ~°∞‚Öˇ·#"åiH˜ =∂„`«îO ã¨iìѶ≤ˆH\ò „Ѩ^è•#O [~°∞QÆ∞`«∞Ok.
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C. HÀ~°∞û ÅH∆ͺÅ∞
• PǨ~°O, áÈ+¨} – "å\˜ QÆ∞iOz `≥Å∞ã¨∞HÀQÆey# „áê^äŒq∞Hõ q+¨Ü«∂Å#∞ qâı¡+≤OK«QÆÅQÆ_»O.
• ÅaèOKÕ PǨ~° Ѩ^•~å÷ÅÖ’ =∞Oz "å\˜x ZOÑ≤Hõ KÕã¨∞HÀQÆÅQÆ_»O.
• „Ѩã¨∞Î`«O J=∞Å∞Ö’ L#fl áÈ+¨HÍǨ~° HÍ~°º„Hõ=∂Å#∞ `≥eÜ«∞*ËÜ«∞_»O, J#∞ã¨O^è•# áÈ+¨Hõ
HÍ~°º„Hõ=∂Å#∞ q=iOK«QÆÅQÆ_»O.
• PǨ~åxfl xÅ∞= KÕ¿ã Ѩ^Œú`«∞Å#∞, PǨ~åxH˜ ã¨O|OkèOz# Pi÷Hõ q=~åÅ#∞ qâı¡+≤OK«Q«ÅQÆ_»O.
• PǨ~° q+¨Ü«∂Ö’¡ qxÜ≥∂QÆ^•~°∞ʼnõΩ#fl ǨωõΩ¯Å#∞ „QÆÇ≤ÏOK«QÆÅQÆ_»O.

D. J^茺ܫ∞# ˆHO„^•Å∞
D H˜Ok J^茺ܫ∞# ˆHO„^•Ö’¡ q^•º~°∞÷ʼnõΩ J^茺ܫ∞#, q^•ºi÷ ¿ã=ʼnõΩ ã¨O|OkèOz# ã¨Ç¨Ü«∞
ã¨Ç¨ÏHÍ~åÅ∞ Åaè™êÎ~Ú.
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E. É’^èŒ<å q^è•#O
• g∞‰õΩ ˆH\Ï~ÚOKÕ J^茺ܫ∞# ˆHO„^ŒOÖ’ áÈ+¨HÍǨ~°"Õ`«ÎÅ∞, xѨÙ}∞Å∂ áêÖÁæ<Õ ã¨ÅǨ ã¨Oã¨~°æ
`«~°QÆ`«∞Å∞.
• 10 JO`«HõO>Ë Z‰õΩ¯= =∞Ok q^•º~°∞÷Å∞ ÃÑ·# `≥Å∞Ѩ|_ç# J^茺ܫ∞# ˆHO„^•ÅÖ’ J_ç‡+¨<£
á⁄Ok`Õ<Õ H“xûeOQ∑ `«~°QÆ`«∞Å∞ P ˆHO„^•ÅÖ’ x~°fiÇ≤ÏOK«|_»∞`å~Ú. J^茺ܫ∞# ˆHO„^ŒOÖ’ 10
HõO>Ë `«‰õΩ¯= =∞Ok q^•º~°∞úÅ∞ il„¿ãì+¨<£ KÕã¨∞‰õΩ#fl@¡~Ú`Õ "åiH˜ 10 =∞Ok q^•º~°∞úÅ Hõ<åfl
Z‰õΩ¯= =∞Ok il„¿ãì+¨<£ KÕã¨∞‰õΩ#fl ã¨g∞Ѩ J^茺ܫ∞# ˆHO„^ŒOÖ’ J_ç‡+¨#∞¡ W=fi|_»`å~Ú.
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• ™⁄O`«OQÍ K«^Œ∞=ÙH˘x J~°÷O KÕã¨∞HÀ=\ÏxH˜ gÖˇ·# Ѩ^Œú`«∞Ö’¡ ~°∂á⁄OkOz, =Ú„kOz#
áê~ѨÙã¨ÎHÍÅ∞.
• ˆ~_çÜ≥∂ áê~îåÅ∞.
• P_çÜ≥∂ áê~îåÅ∞, „ѨÜ≥∂QÍÅ∞.
• g_çÜ≥∂ áê~îåÅ∞.
• =¸ÖϺOHõ# q^è•#O.

F. =¸ÖϺOHõ#O
=¸_»∞ HÀ~°∞ûÖ’¡ „Ѩu HÀ~°∞ûH© 100 =∂~°∞¯Å∞ LO\Ï~Ú. =¸ÖϺOHõ# Ѩ^Œú`«∞ʼnõΩ ã¨O|OkèOz# ѨÓiÎ
q=~åÅ#∞ g∞~°∞ HÀ~°∞ûÖ’ KÕi# `«~åfi`« áê~ѨÙã¨ÎHÍÅ`À áê@∞ g∞‰õΩ ѨOÑ≤OKÕ ã¨=∂Kå~° JOâßÅ ^•fi~å
`≥Å∞ã¨∞‰õΩO\Ï~°∞. =¸ÖϺOHõ#O D HÀ~°∞ûÖ’ JqzÛù#flOQÍ ™êQÆ∞`«∞Ok.
HÀ~°∞û J^茺ܫ∞#O ѨÓ~°Î=QÍ<Õ JO>Ë P~°∞ <≥ÅÅ∞ ѨÓiÎ J~Ú# `«~°∞"å`« qâ◊fiq^•ºÅÜ«∞O ѨsHõ∆Å∞
x~°fiÇ≤Ïã¨∞ÎOk. g∞~°∞ XˆH™êi =¸_»∞ áê~îåºOâߊѨsHõ∆ʼnõΩ Ǩ[~°∞HÍ=K«∞Û ÖË^• g∞ ã¨^Œ∞áêÜ«∂xfl |\˜ì XHõ
áê~îåºOâ◊OÖ’QÍx, Ô~O_çO\˜Ö’ QÍh ѨsHõ∆ ~å¿ã gÅ∞Ok.
U áê~îåºOâ◊OÖ’<≥·<å ѨsHõ∆ `«Ñ≤Ê<å ÖË^• ~åÜ«∞HõáÈ~Ú<å qâ◊fiq^•ºÅÜ«∞O P~°∞ =∂™êÅH˘Hõ™êi
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=¸_»∞ áê~îåºOâߊѨsHõ∆Ö’#∂ LfÎ~°‚`« á⁄O^ŒQÆey# "åiˆH ã¨iìѶ≤ˆH\ò Åaèã¨∞ÎOk.

G. Ѷ‘A K≥e¡OѨÙ
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H. [`« Ѩ~°K«=Åã≤# ã¨iìѶ≤ÔH@∞¡
(i). q^•º~°›`« ã¨iìѶ≤ÔH\ò (J>ˇÃãì_£ HÍÑ‘)
(ii). ѨÙ\˜ì# `Õk ã¨iìѶ≤ÔH\ò (J>ˇÃãì_£ HÍÑ‘)
IX. GENERAL INFORMATION
1. CHANGE / TRANSFER OF THE STUDY CENTRE
The following is the procedure for change/transfer of study centre:
a) The change of study centre is done only once during the minimum duration
of any programme.
b) For effecting any transfer of student from one study centre to another study centre,
the student shall submit his / her application in the prescribed form in the study
centre where he / she is admitted / studying with the documentary evidence/proof
for such transfer.
c) The head of the Study Centre shall forward the application with a specific
recommendation duly satisfying himself of the reason(s) after careful verification
of documentary evidence/ proof submitted for transfer.
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d) The reasons such as change of place on account of marriage, employee on transfer,
etc., may be considered. However, no transfer of study centre shall be recommended
without any valid reason and without documentary evidence.
e) No transfer of study centre shall be entertained within the twin cities of Hyderabad/
Secunderabad and also the adjacent or closeby study centres.
f) Students who seek re-admission or re-enrollment to the Programme are not eligible
for transfer of study centre after the re- admission is granted.
2. RE-ADMISSION PROVISION
Student who couldn't complete the programme within the maximum duration can
take readmission as per the norms of the university in vogue at that time. Study
centre will not be changed for students seeking re-admission
X. HOW TO FILL THE ONLINE ADMISSION REGISTRATION FORM - 2018-19
Enter into the portal of BRAOU ie., www.braouonline.in
Click on PG I Year / PG Diploma / Certificate Programmes Online Admission Registration
Form 2018 - 19. As you click on it, all MLISc, BLISc, PGDMM, PGDBF, PGDES, PGDWMMT,
PGDHR, PGDWS, PGDCHT, CNGOM, CECE, CPLCD & CPFN will appear on the monitor.
Click on the Programme to which you wish to register. For example, if you wish to study
MLISc, Click on MLISc Registration. Like wise you can click on the Programme of study ie.,
BLISc, PGDMM, PGDBF, PGDES, PGDWMMT, PGDHR, PGDWS, PGDCHT, CNGOM,
CECE, CPLCD & CPFN which you wish to study. Once you select or click on a Programme,
the window opens (the blank Registration Form appears on the monitor) for that Programme.
Start filling the Application Online by typing in some of the columns and selecting correct option
in others. The stepwise process of filling application is as follows:
Column 1: Type your name as per SSC Certificate. If you have not studied SSC, then type
your name as shown in the Bachelor's Degree Certificate.
Type your Father's name as per SSC or if not studied SSC, type it as recorded in
Bachelor's Degree Certificate. Similarly, type your Mother's name.
Enter your Date of Birth as per SSC Certificate or other Certificate (Date of Birth
once entered will not be changed.)
Similarly, click on the Gender, Marital Status to which you belong and fill up your
Aadhar Number in the column.
Column 2: Type your Address and enter your Mobile No. filling E-mail ID is optional.
Column 3: Click on Programme of Study and select the Programme which you intend to study
keeping in view the eligibility criteria.
Column 4: Medium is automatically displayed on the monitor. For BLISc Programme, the
student has to select Medium.
Column 5: As you click on this column, the list of study centres offering the chosen programme
will appear on the screen. BLISc and MLISc students should select only one study
centre out of the list of Study Centres. The Students who wish to register for
PGDMM, PGDBF, PGDES, PGDWS, PGDHR, PGDWMMT, PGDCHT, CNGOM,
CECE, CPLCD & CPFN have to select two study centres in the order of prefer-
ence as 1 and 2 from the list of Study Centres.
Column 6 : Click on the Religion to which you belong out of the religions displayed on the
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Column 7 : Click on the Social Status and select the Social Status to which you belong from the
list provided ie., SC, ST, BC-A, BC-B, BC-C, BC-D, BC-E and OC.
Column 8 : Click on select the Employment Status from among the categories viz., Employed,
Self-Employed and Un-employed.
Column 9: Click on Occupation and select the option to which you are associated with viz.,
House Wife, Agricultural Labourer, Labourer, Skilled Worker, Teacher, Businessman,
Ministerial Service, Nurse, Defence and others.
Column 10: Enter Qualifying Degree or Programme with marks obtained against total maximum
marks. On clicking this Column, the qualification(s) relevant to pursue the programme
of study will display on the monitor. Select the qualification which you possess.
Select either 'Regular Mode' or Distance Mode' through which you obtained
Bachelor's Degree. In the same column, you find sub-columns for State of Study,
University Studied and Marks secured against the total marks. If you click on State
of Study, you get a list of States on the monitor. Select the State in which you
studied your Qualifying Degree or Programme. Similarly, click on the 'University
Studied'. As you click it, you get a list of Universities. Select the University where
you have studied your Bachelor's Degree. Then type the marks secured out of the
maximum marks.
Note : Professional Programmes
i) To register for MLISc, one must have passed BLISc with 40% marks. (35% for SC
/ ST Candidates). Students who wish to register for MLISc, should note that
they have to select one of the electives MLIS - 07 i.e., 7A / 7B / 7C / 7D.
ii) To register for BLISc, one must be a graduate, working in a recognized Library,
with a minimum one year experience in a regular / substantial post of the rank of a
Record Assistant or above. Further, Graduates with Diploma or Certificate in Library
Science, Professional Graduates (Law, Pharmacy & Engineering) and Graduates
with 50% aggregate marks are also eligible to study BLISc. BLISc students have
to choose one DSE (2A or 2B) in the 2nd semester.
iii) P.G. Diploma Programme in Business Finance (PGDBF) (English Medium) /
P.G.Diploma in Marketing Management (PGDMM) (English Medium) / P.G.
Diploma in Environmental Studies (PGDES) (English Medium) / P.G.Diploma in
Women’s Studies (PGDWS) (English Medium) / P.G. Diploma in Human Rights
(PGDHR) (Telugu Medium) and P.G Diploma in Culture & Heritage Toursim
(PGDCHT) (English Medium).
For admission into the above one year P.G. Diplomas is open to all citizens of India
who hold a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from an Indian University
recognised by the UGC.
 The students who wish to register for PGDMM Programme, have to choose
any three of the following four courses i.e., Course 4 to Course 7.
Course 4. Consumer Behaviour and Marketing Research
Course 5. Sales and Distribution Management
Course 6. Product and Advertising Management
Course 7. International Marketing
Course 1, 2, 3 are compulsory for all the PGDMM students.

 The students who wish to register for PGDES Programme, the student has
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to choose any one of the following four courses in Course - 4.
Course 4. (a). Physical Sciences
Course 4. (b). Environmental Biology
Course 4. (c). Environmental Geoscience
Course 4. (d). Environment : A Social Science Perspective
Course 1, 2, 3 and 5 are compulsory for all the PGDES students.

 For admission into P.G. Diploma in Writing for Mass Media in Telugu (PGDWMMT),
the Applicant must be a graduate from a recognized University or possess equivalent
qualifications OR should have passed Intermediate or an equivalent examination
and have atleast three years experience in writing for media and should be sponsored
by the Press Academy of Telangana / Andhra Pradesh .
iv) For admission into Certificate Programme in NGOs Management (CNGOM) is
open to the students who passed Intermediate or SSC with three years experience
in any private organisation. Intermediate passed students are eligible to take admission
into Certificate Programme in Early Childhood Care and Education (CECE). SSC
passed students are eligible to take admission into Certificate Programme in Literacy
and Community Development (CPLCD). Those who attained 18 years of age with
or without any formal academic qualification can take admission into Certificate
Programme in Food & Nutrition (CPFN).
Column 11: Select either 'YES' or 'NO' under 'Defferently Abled' head. If you click 'YES' then
you will find category of 'Physically Challenged', 'Visually Challenged' and 'Hearing
Impaired'. Select appropriate category to which you belong to.
Column 12: Under this head, select the Area in which you are residing ie., Urban, Rural and
Tribal.
Column 13: In respect of Photo and Signature, put your passport size colour photograph on a
white paper and sign below the photo and scan it. Both of them shall be uploaded to
the online Application.
Column 14: At this stage, you need to ensure that all the entries made in the above application
are true to the best of your knowledge. Only after ensuring yourself that all the
entries made are correct, then only, click on 'Submit' and take print out of Application
Form in two sets. The print out of this Application Form comes out with an
Application Number; put your signature in the box provided on the left hand side,
below the declaration. Paste a colour photograph in the box provided in Application
Form.
 Now, go to the study centre along with necessary certificates in original (i.e., Date of
Birth, Caste Certificate, Degree Certificate, Marks memos, relevant certificates in the
case of Ex-service men / Physically challenged / Visually Challenged / Hearing Impaired
and all who come under reservation categories etc.) and a set of attested copies thereof.
Then submit the printed Application Form along with one set of attested copies of
Certificates at study centre. After the verification of certificates with originals by the
study centre staff, the candidate is directed to make the Fee payment. The candidate will
also receive an SMS from University. Now, the candidate has to pay the prescribed Fee
as printed in Application Form either at any TS / AP Online Centre. As you pay, a receipt
will be generated with Admission Number, Name, Fee amount etc., confirming your
admission.
 It is instructed to the candidate has to download the identity card from the university
website.
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 Candidate is also advised to keep a printed copy of Application Form along with Fee
Receipt till the programme is completed and all certificates are taken from the University.
XI. Enclosures
The following copies of certificates have to be enclosed with the printout of Application
Form and get them verified with original certificates at the Study Centre.
1. Copy of Date of Birth Certificate (SSC)
2. (i) Copy of Degree Pass Certificate and Memorandum marks (For PG Diplomas)
(ii) Copy of Degree Pass Certificate and Memorandum marks or Intermediate
with 3 years work experience in mass media (For PGDWMMT)
(iii) Copy of Intermediate Certificate (For CECE)
(iv) Copy of Intermediate or SSC with 3 years experience (certificate) in any
private organisation (For CNGOM)
(v) Copy of SSC (For CPLCD)
(vi) Copy of SSC or Date of Birth Certificate(Proof of minimum Age: 18 years)
(For CPFN)
2. Copy of relevant Caste Certificate (SC/ST/BC).
4. Copy of relevant Certificates in the case of Ex- Service Men /Physically/Visually
Challenged candidates who come under reservation categories.
5. Service Certificate in the case of candidates claiming BLISc seats under inservice
category.

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www. braouonline.in Jx >ˇÿÑπ KÕÜ«∂e.

áÈ~°Ö ò ’H˜ „Ѩ"tÕ OK«QÍ<Õ I Year P.G. / P.G. Diploma / Certificate Programmes Online
ì Ö
Admission Registration Form 2018 - 19 eOH± Hõ#|_»∞`«∞Ok. ^•xÃÑ· H˜¡H± KÕÜ«∞QÍ<Õ
MLISc, BLISc, PGDMM, PGDBF, PGDES, PGDWMMT, PGDHR, PGDWS,
PGDCHT, CNGOM, CECE, CPLCD, CPFN „áÈ„QÍ=ÚÅ∞ =∂x@~ü ÃÑ· Hõ#|_»`å~Ú.
"å\˜Ö’ g∞~°∞ J^茺ܫ∞#O KÕÜ«∞^ŒÅK«∞‰õΩ#fl „áÈ„QÍ=Ú#∞ ÃãÖˇ‰õΩì KÕÜ«∞O_ç.
P „áÈ„QÍO#∞ H˜¡H± KÕÜ«∞QÍ<Õ P „áÈ„QÍ=Ú‰õΩ ã¨O|OkèOz# JÑ≤¡ˆH+¨<£ á¶êO =∂x@~üÃÑ· =ã¨∞ÎOk. P
JÑ≤¡ˆH+¨<£Ö’x HÍÅ"£∞ÅÖ’ >ˇÿÑπ KÕÜ«∞_»O ^•fi~å H˘xflO\˜x, select KÕã¨∞HÀ=_»O ^•fi~å H˘xflO\˜x
ѨÓiÎ KÕÜ«∞O_ç. JÑ≤¡ˆH+¨<£#∞ ѨÓiÎ KÕ¿ã q^è•<åxfl H˜O^Œ q=iOK«_»"≥∞ÿ#k.
HÍÅ"£∞ 1: SSC Ö’ g∞ ¿Ñ~°∞ ZÖÏ LO^À JÖÏ g∞ ¿Ñ~°∞#∞ D HÍÅ"£∞Ö’ >ˇÿÑπ KÕÜ«∞O_ç.

J^Õ q^èŒOQÍ `«O„_ç ¿Ñ~°∞#∞, `«e¡ ¿Ñ~°∞#∞ >ˇÿÑπ KÕÜ«∞O_ç.

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WHõ g∞ ѨÙ\˜ì# `Õnx SSC „ѨHÍ~°O >ˇÿÑπ KÕÜ«∞O_ç. (ѨÙ\˜ì# `Õnx *Ï„QÆ`«ÎQÍ >ˇÿÑπ KÕÜ«∞O_ç.
nxx Z\˜ì Ѩiã≤ú`«∞ÅÖ’#∂ =∂~°Û_»O [~°QÆ^Œ∞).
JÖψQ, g∞ Gender ‰õΩ ã¨O|OkèOz, Marital Status ‰õΩ ã¨O|OkèOz# "å\˜Ö’ ã¨Ô~·#
^•xÃÑ· H˜¡H± KÕÜ«∞O_ç. g∞ P^è•~ü <≥O|~°∞#∞ xOѨO_ç.
HÍÅ"£∞ 2: D HÍÅ"£∞Ö’ g∞ J„_»ãπ#∞, "≥Úɡ·Öò <≥O|~°∞#∞ >ˇÿÑπ KÕÜ«∞O_ç. g∞‰õΩ E-mail ID LO>Ë,
^•xx ‰õÄ_® >ˇÿÑπ KÕÜ«∞O_ç.
HÍÅ"£∞ 3: Programme of Study ÃÑ· H˜¡H± KÕã≤, "å\˜Ö’ "å\˜Ö’ g∞~°∞ J^茺ܫ∞#O KÕÜ«∞^ŒÅK«∞‰õΩ#fl
„áÈ„QÍ=ÚÃãÖˇH±ì KÕÜ«∞O_ç.
HÍÅ"£∞ 4: g∞~°∞ ZOÑ≤Hõ KÕã¨∞‰õΩ#fl „á⁄„QÍ=Ú#∞ |\˜ì, Medium ^•#O`«@ J^Õ =ã¨∞ÎOk. BLISc
„áÈ„QÍO‰õΩ g∞_çÜ«∞O#∞ ZOK«∞HÀ"åe.
HÍÅ"£∞ 5: D HÍÅ"£∞ÃÑ· H˜¡H± KÕÜ«∞QÍ<Õ, g∞~°∞ ZOÑ≤Hõ KÕã¨∞‰õΩ#fl „á⁄„QÍO UÜÕ∞ ã¨ì_ô ÃãO@~°¡Ö’ LO^À, P
*Ïa`å "≥Ú`«ÎO =ã¨∞ÎOk. BLISc, MLISc „áÈ„QÍOʼnõΩ ~ÚzÛ# J^茺ܫ∞# ˆHO„^•ÅÖ’ XˆH
J^茺ܫ∞# ˆHO„^•xfl ZOK«∞HÀ"åe. PGDMM, PGDBF, PGDES, PGDWS,
PGDHR, PGDWMMT, PGDCHT, CNGOM, CECE, CPLCD, CPFN
„áÈ„QÍOÅÖ’ U „áÈ„QÍOÔH·<å g∞~°∞ K«^Œ=^ŒÅK«∞‰õΩ#fl Ô~O_»∞ ã¨ì_ô ÃãO@~°¡#∞ Preference-I,
Preference - 2 QÍ ÃãÖˇH±ì KÕÜ«∞O_ç.

HÍÅ"£∞ 6: =∂x@~ü ÃÑ· HõxÑ≤OKÕ Religion Ö’ g∞~°∞ ^ÕxH˜ K≥Ok# "åÔ~·`Õ ^•xÃÑ· H˜¡H± KÕÜ«∞O_ç.
HÍÅ"£∞ 7: D JOâ◊OÃÑ· H˜¡H± KÕÜ«∞QÍ<Õ qq^èŒ ™ê=∂lHõ =~åæÅ∞ JO>Ë S.C., S.T., BC-A, BC-B, BC-C,
BC-D, BC-E, OC Å∞ =™êÎ~Ú. "å\˜Ö’ g∞~°∞ ^ÕxH˜ K≥Ok# "åÔ~·`Õ ^•xÃÑ· =∞m¡ H˜¡H± KÕÜ«∞O_ç.

HÍÅ"£∞ 8: L^ÀºQÆ ã≤úu (Employment Status) H˜ ã¨O|OkèOz JO>Ë Employed, Self-


employed, Unemployed ÅÖ’ U^À XHõ ^•xx ZOÑ≤Hõ KÕã¨∞HÀO_ç.

HÍÅ"£∞ 9: =$uÎ (Occupation) H˜ ã¨O|OkèOz H˜¡H± KÕÜ«∞QÍ<Õ, QÆ$Ç≤Ï}˜, =º=™êÜ«∞ ‰õÄb, ‰õÄb, <≥·Ñ¨Ù}º
„âßq∞‰õΩ_»∞, Láê^蕺ܫÚ_»∞, "åºáê~°ã¨∞ú_»∞, q∞xã‘ìiÜ«∞Öò ã¨sfiãπ, #~°∞ûÅ∞, ~å[H©Ü«∞ <åÜ«∞‰õΩ_»∞,
~°Hõ∆}, W`«~°∞Å∞ =™êÎ~Ú. "å\˜Ö’ g∞~°∞ ^ÕxH˜ K≥Ok#"åÔ~·`Õ ^•xÃÑ· H˜¡H± KÕÜ«∞O_ç.
HÍÅ"£∞ 10: D HÍÅ"£∞ÃÑ· H˜¡H± KÕÜ«∞QÍ<Õ g∞~°∞ ZOÑ≤Hõ KÕã¨∞‰õΩ#fl „áÈ„QÍOÖ’ KÕˆ~O^Œ∞‰õΩ HÍ=Åã≤# q^•º~°›`«Åhfl
=∂x@~üÃÑ· Hõ#|_»`å~Ú. g∞‰õΩ L#fl q^•º~°›`«ÅÃÑ· H˜¡H± KÕÜ«∞O_ç. D HÍÅ"£∞#∞ H˜¡H± KÕÜ«∞QÍ<Õ
g∞~°∞ K«kq# „áÈ„QÍO Ô~QÆ∞ºÅ~ü q^è•#OÖ’ ÖË^• ^Œ∂~° q^•ºq^è•#OÖ’<å ÃãÖˇH±ì KÕÜ«∂e.
`«~°∞"å`« HÍÅ"£∞Ö’ g∞~°∞ K«kq# „áÈ„QÍO U ~å„+¨ìOÖ’ LO^À ^•xÃÑ· H˜¡H± KÕÜ«∂e. `«~°∞"åu
HÍÅ"£∞Ö’ P ~å„+¨ìOÖ’x qâ◊fiq^•ºÅÜ«∞O#∞ ÃãÖˇH±ì KÕÜ«∂e. D HÍÅ"£∞Ö’ g∞~°∞ K«kq#
„áÈ„QÍ=Ú‰õΩ QÆÅ "≥Ú`«ÎO =∂~°∞¯ÅÖ’ g∞‰õΩ =zÛ# =∂~°∞¯Å#∞ >ˇÿÑπ KÕÜ«∞O_ç.
Note:
(i) MLISc J_ç‡+¨<£‰õΩ BLISc Ö’ 40% =∂~°∞¯Å∞ (SC/ST q^•º~°∞úʼnõΩ 35%) =∂~°∞¯Å∞)
LO_®e. MLISc „áÈ„QÍO il+¨ì~ü KÕã¨∞‰õΩ<Õ q^•º~°∞úÅ∞ MLIS–07Ö’ QÆÅ 7A/7B/7C/7D ÅÖ’
U^À XHõ PѨ¬#Öò#∞ ÃãÅH±ì KÕã¨∞HÀ"åe.
(ii) BLISc J_ç‡+¨<£‰õΩ „H˜Ok "å~°∞ J~°∞›Å∞.
(a) QÆ∞iÎOK«|_ç# Öˇ·„|sÖ’ Ô~QÆ∞ºÅ~ü / ã¨Éò™êìxû"£ áÈã¨∞ìÖ’ iHÍ~ü¤ Jã≤ÃãìO\ò ÖË^• JO`«Hõ<åfl Z‰õΩ¯= 49
Ǩϟ^•`À Hõhã¨O XHõ ã¨O=`«û~°O J#∞Éèí=O`À ѨxKÕã¨∞Î#fl „QÍ_»∞ºÜÕ∞@∞¡.
(b) Öˇ·„|s Ãã·<£ûÖ’ _çá⁄¡=∂ / ã¨iìѶ≤ˆH\ò „áÈ„QÍO.
(c) Law, Pharmacy, Engineering „QÍ_»∞ºÜÕ∞@∞¡
(d) 50% aggregate =∂~°∞¯Å`À „QÍ_»∞ºÜÕ∞@∞¡
(iii) PGDMM, PGDBF, PGDWMMT, PGDES, PGDWS, PGDHR, PGDCHT
„áÈ„QÍOÅÖ’ KÕ~°_®xH˜ UGC QÆ∞iÎOѨ٠á⁄Ok# U qâ◊fiq^•ºÅÜ«∞O #∞O_≥·<å „QÍ_»∞ºÜÕ∞@∞¡.
 PGDMM J_ç‡+¨<£ á⁄O^ŒQÀˆ~ q^•º~°∞úÅ∞ HÀ~°∞û–4 #∞O_ç HÀ~°∞û–7 Ö’ QÆÅ <åÅ∞QÆ∞ HÀ~°∞ûÅÖ’
U"≥·<å =¸_»∞ HÀ~°∞ûÅ#∞ ÃãÖˇH±ì KÕã¨∞HÀ"åe. PGDMM Ö’ QÆÅ HÀ~°∞û 1,2,3 JO^Œ~°∂ YzÛ`«OQÍ
K«^Œ"åe.
Course-4. Consumer Behaviour and Marketing Research
Course-5. Sales and Distribution Management
Course-6. Product and Advertising Management
Course-7. International Marketing
Course-1, 2, 3 PGDMM q^•º~°∞úÅO^Œ~°∂ `«Ñ¨Êxã¨iQÍ K«^Œ"åe.

 PGDES Ö’ J_ç‡+¨<£ fã¨∞‰õΩ<Õ"å~°∞ HÀ~°∞û–4 Ö’ L#fl 4 PѨ¬#ÖòÅÖ’ U^À XHõ PѨ¬#Öò#∞ ÃãÖˇH±ì
KÕã¨∞HÀ"åe.
Course-4. (a). Physical Sciences
Course-4. (b). Environmental Biology
Course-4. (c). Environmental Geoscience
Course-4. (d). Environment : A Social Science Perspective
Course-1, 2, 3 =∞iÜ«Ú 5 PGDES q^•º~°∞úÅO^Œ~°∂ D HÀ~°∞ûÅ∞ `«Ñ¨Êxã¨iQÍ K«^Œ"åe.

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=∂^茺=∂ÅÖ’ 3 ã¨O=`«û~åÅ J#∞Éèí=O L#fl "å~°∞ Telangana / Andhra Pradesh Press
Academy "åi „áêÜ≥∂l`«O`À PGDWMMT „áÈ„QÍ"£∞Ö’ J_ç‡+¨<£‰õΩ J~°∞›Å∞.

(iv) CNGOM „áÈ„QÍ=ÚÖ’ KÕˆ~O^Œ∞‰õΩ WO@s‡_çÜ«∞\ò / (10{2 `À ã¨=∂#"≥∞ÿ#) ÖË^• SSC /10=
`«~°QÆu K«kq U^≥·<å „Ñ¨Éèí∞`Õfi`«~° ã¨Oã¨úÅÖ’ 3 ã¨O=`«û~åÅ∞ Ѩx KÕã≤# J#∞Éèí=O HõÅ"å~°∞ J~°∞›Å∞.
WO@s‡_çÜ«∞\ò ÖË^• `«`«û=∂#"≥∞ÿ# q^•º~°›`«Å∞#fl "å~°∞ CECE „áÈ„QÍOÖ’ J_ç‡+¨<£‰õΩ J~°∞›Å∞. SSC
áêÃã·#"å~°∞ CPLCD „áÈ„QÍOÖ’ KÕ~°=K«∞Û. 18 ã¨OIIÅ∞ xO_ç K«^Œ=QÆey, ~åÜ«∞QÆeˆQ"å~°∞ CPFN
„áÈ„QÍ=ÚÖ’ KÕ~°_®xH˜ J~°∞›Å∞.
HÍÅ"£∞ 11: g∞‰õΩ 'Differently Abled' (JOQÆ"≥·HõźO) J<Õ JOâ◊O H˜O^Œ Yes / No Å∞ LO\Ï~Ú.
g∞~°∞ XHõ"Õà◊ "≥·HõÖϺxfl Hõey L#fl@¡~Ú`Õ Yes ÃÑ·, ÖËxKÀ No ÃÑ· H˜¡H± KÕÜ«∞O_ç. XHõ"Õà◊ Yes
ÃÑ· H˜¡H± KÕã≤#@¡~Ú`Õ, Physically Challenged, Visually Challenged, Hearing
Impaired J<Õ =¸_»∞ JOâßÅ∞ =™êÎ~Ú. "å\˜Ö’ g∞~°∞ ^ÕxH˜ K≥O^Œ∞`å~À ^•xÃÑ· H˜¡H±
KÕÜ«∞O_ç.
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Date of Birth, Caste Certificate, Degree Certificate, Marks memos, relevant certificates in
case of Ex-service men / Physically challenged / Visually Challenged / Hearing Impaired
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Date of Birth, Caste Certificate, Degree Certificate, Marks memos, relevant certificates in
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A Model Registration Form is given at the last page of the Prospectus


#=¸<å il„¿ãì+¨<£ á¶êO#∞ D „áêãπÃÑHõìãπ z=i ¿ÑrÖ’ W=fi_»"≥∞ÿ#k

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[`«Ñ¨~°K«=Åã≤#q
„H˜O^Œ `≥eÑ≤# ã¨iÑì Hˆ≤¶ @¡ HÍÑ‘Å#∞, Xil#Öò ã¨iÑì Hˆ≤¶ @¡`À J^躌 Ü«∞# Hˆ O„^ŒOÖ’ "≥iÃѶ·
KÕ~ÚOK«∞HÀ"åe.
1. Copy of Date of Birth Certificate (SSC)
2. (i) Copy of Degree Pass Certificate and Memorandum marks (For PG Diplomas)
(ii) Copy of Degree Pass Certificate and Memorandum marks or Intermediate
with 3 years work experience in mass media (For PGDWMMT)
(iii) Copy of Intermediate Certificate (For CECE)
(iv) Copy of Intermediate or SSC with 3 years experience (certificate) in any
private organisation (For CNGOM)
(v) Copy of SSC (For CPLCD)
(vi) Copy of SSC or Date of Birth Certificate(Proof of minimum Age: 18 years)
(For CPFN)
3. Copy of relevant Caste Certificate (SC/ST/BC).
4. Copy of relevant certificates in the case of Ex- Service /Physically/Visually
Challenged candidates who come under reservation categories.
5. Service Certificate in the case of candidates claiming BLISc seats under inservice
category.

Annexure - I

TUITION FEE PARTICULARS


II. M.LISc, B.LISc, PG Diplomas, Diploma & Certificate Programmes
S.No. Name of the Programme Tuition Fee
1. Master of Library & Information Science (M.L.I.Sc.) 6900
2. Bachelor of Library & Information Science (B.L.I.Sc.) 3200
3. PG Diploma in Marketing Management (PGDMM) 3200
4. PG Diploma in Business Finance (PGDBF) 3200
5. PG Diploma in Environmental Studies (PGDES) 3200
6. PG Diploma in Writing for Mass Media in Telugu (PGDWMMT) 3200
7. PG Diploma in Human Rights (PGDHR) 2500
8. PG Diploma in Women Studies (PGDWS) 2500
9. PG Diploma in Culture and Heritage Tourism (PGDCHT) 3800
10. Certificate Programme in Food & Nutrition (CPFN) 1000
11. Certificate Programme in Literacy&Community Development (CPLCD) 1500
12. Certificate Programme in NGO's Management (CNGOM) 1500
13. Certificate Programme in Early Childhood Care & Education (CECE) 5000

Note: 1. Fee Structure is subject to change by the university from time to time.
2. Tuition fee once paid will not be refunded / adjusted against any other fee under any
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Annexure - II

GENERAL ENQUIRY

1) Issue of Duplicate Identity Card & Re-Admissions


(Old Batches) 040-23680378
040-23680359
040-23680292

2) Psychology Practicals 040-23680490

3) Enquiry Regarding Assignments 040-23680291

4) All PG, MBA, P.G. Diploma, Diploma & Certificate Programmes


040-23680291

5) B.Ed/B.Ed(SE)` 040-23680291
040-23680491
040-23680492
040-23680495

6) Non - receipt of Course Material of


PG / MBA / PG Diplomas / Certificate Programmes 040-23680376
040-23680379

7) Examination results of PG / MBA / PG Diplomas / Diploma / 040-23680333


Certificate Programmes 040-23680240
040-23680246
040-23680251

8) General Information 040-23680333

HELP DESK NUMBERS FOR ADVISE AND GUIDANCE

738 29 29 570
738 29 29 580
738 29 29 590
738 29 29 600

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SERVICE CERTIFICATE

(In case of BLISc/MLISc Applicants only)


(To be signed by Head of Dept./Employer)

This is to certify that Sri / Smt. /Kum .………………………………………………


S/o. / D/o. …………………………………………………………… is working

in the LIBRARY of our Office / Institution .................................................


as ……………………………………… in the scale of pay Rs. ....…………….
(Rupees ........………………………………………………………………….)

from …………………… till date (Total Services Years ……………………


Months ……………………….. Days ……………………) as on the last date of
Submission of application form and his/her services are found to be Good/Satis-

factory.

We have no objection to Sri /Smt. /Kum ...………………………………. .……..


taking admission into BLISc/MLISc course offered by Dr. B.R.A.O.U.

Place: Signature :

Date : Designation :

Office Seal :

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MODEL REGISTRATION FORM

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