V. V. College (AN) of Arts & Commerce (EM & TM)

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V.V. Evening College was established in June 1958. Till 1958 Hyderabad Evening College run by the Osmania University was the only institution catering to the needs of the employees in government departments and in private services. The employees in most cases are always forced to seek a job because of the pressing economic conditions at home. However they have had no occasion to acquire university education, which is a status symbol in the eyes of the society. An evening college is certainly a medium they can use for getting over the above mentioned difficulties.


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It was again through pioneering efforts of Dr. S.D. Satwalekar, V.V. Evening College came into existence. He was the Principal of this college till his retirement in 1968. This college has celebrated its golden jubilee during 2008-09. Instructions are imparted in English and Telugu media.

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The college has spacious and well furnished lecture halls with all related amenities. It has a large library with more than 20,000 books in various subjects catering to the needs of students and faculty members.

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Our faculty members are highly qualified, most of them with Ph.Ds. Faculty members were invited at National and International seminars to present papers. Dr. Srinivas Rao presented paper at New York in 2007.

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Courses offered:

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  • Medium of instruction (English & Telugu)
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  • Second languages (Hindi, Telugu & Marathi)
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Intermediate:

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  • C.E.C. (English & Telugu media)
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Degree:

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  • B.A. & B.Com.
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