The Dravidian University, Kuppam, Chittoor district, Andhra Pradesh, India was established by the Government of Andhra Pradesh, through a Legislature Act (No. 17 of 1997) with the initial support extended by the governments of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala for integrated development of Dravidian languages and culture.
Currently, the university has 20 academic departments and 6 research centres. It offers various programmes in undergraduate, postgraduate, research and also distance education courses to the students.
The eligible candidates are selected on the basis of marks obtained in the entrance exam conducted by the university. For undergraduate courses, there is no such entrance exam. The students get admission on the marks achieved in their pre-degree course. For PG and Research, candidates need to appear in DUCET and DURCET entrance exam respectively. 10% of the seats are reserved for Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu students.This university also imparts education through distance learning. For further information visit Dravidian University Distance Education Admission
Application for entrance examination for admission to the various course can be submitted to the university office. A separate application is required for each course. Candidates are required to submit the prescribed entrance examination fees of INR 350 (for General/ BC Candidates) and INR 250 (for SC/ST/Differently Abled candidates) in the form of Demand Draft (DD) to the university office.
Dravidian University Admission Highlights 2021
|Name of the University||Dravidian University|
|Basic Admission Criteria||Merit Based/ Entrance based|
|Name of Entrance Examination||DUCET (For PG Courses)|