Andhra University, which is one of the oldest and has a “A” grade from NAAC, has built a reputation for academic success around the world. When it first opened in 1972, this University’s School of Distance Education was one of the first places to offer Higher Education. It has been trying to make higher education available to more people from different backgrounds in different parts of the country, especially in the state of Andhra Pradesh.
Students at this school follow the same rules and learn the same curriculum as regular students at Andhra University. The degree given is the same, too. The learning package includes study materials for self-study, audio-visual packages, and face-to-face contact.
The School of Distance Education is home to a community radio station called Gyan Vani. It serves the students of the School of Distance Education as well as other groups. It can be turned to FM at 106.4 Mhz. There are currently 25 study centers that meet the needs of learners. The main things that Study Centres do are things like selling applications, spreading information, talking to people face-to-face, giving tests, etc.