ANU Degree Examination Hall Ticket 2013 | www.nagarjunauniversity.ac.in

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Acharya Nagarjuna University (ANU) has officially announced for the publication of Admit Card/ Hall Ticket of Degree Examination 2013, which will be publish by the official of the university on its main official website as soon as possible.

As there were thousands of students studying in this university and all of them would be looking for their Admit Card/Hall Ticket for Degree Examination. All the students can download it from ANU official website, after its official publication on ANU official website – www.nagarjunauniversity.ac.in.

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We have also listed the official address below. If you get any doubt or problem regarding to your ANU admit card/hall ticket, you can place your comments.

Acharya Nagarjuna University (ANU) University is continuously marching in the path of success and achieving progress since its establishment and during the 30 years, in terms of introducing new subjects in the University College. Its jurisdiction was extended to three districts now having over 450 affiliated colleges offering Under-Graduate, Post-Graduate, Engineering, Education, Law, Pharmacy and Oriental Languages courses. Now the university has 39 Post-graduate teaching-cum-research courses on the campus, while 71 affiliated colleges offered P.G. courses. Now it becomes a good platform of proper and standard education for the upcoming generation.

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