Dean, Research & Development
Professor of Physics
The University is well equipped with the most modern laboratory facilities (DST, PURSE Centre) and a very strong library resource system, offers research programmes leading to M. Phil and Ph. D degrees in almost all branches of Humanities, Social Sciences, Basic Sciences, Engineering, Management and other frontier areas. Post-doctoral programmes in space research, ground water exploration, restoration of river water sources, Gerontology, Rural Development and appropriate technologies, Oriental Research and Studies on Indo-China are under taken; Several Departments in the University such as Anthropology, Botany, Bio-Technology, Physics, Psychology, Zoology, Civil Engineering, Economics and Telugu studies have been recognized by UGC with Special Assistance Programmes (SAP). The Department of Physics and Anthropology are awarded with the UGC CAS Programme. Several Departments have received DST FIST funding. The UGCSVU Centre for MST Radar Applications provides inputs for Space Research programmes. The research projects and research works have been commended as of high quality by International bodies of excellence.
The Coveted research projects are: Erasmus Mundus – Greece, Marie Curie programs of the International European Commission; UKIERI of the British Council (UK) and DST/UGC (India), DST/Spain, DST/British Council, DST/Mexico, Indo-Spain, Indo-Israel.
University has entered into MOU with many foreign universities across the globe, especially in the Asian region to facilitate the students to have exchange of their knowledge with that of foreign universities.
University encourages the faculty to involve in Faculty Exchange programmes and get fellowships such as Full Bright Fellowship, Erasmus Mundus Fellowship, Asian Korean and Swiss exchange fellowships etc.