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AU School of Distance Education contact classes

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VISAKHAPATNAM: Counselling and contact programme classes for first and second year students of Executive MBA programme of School of Distance Education, Andhra University, will be held at five centres in the State from February 14, Director of AU SDE P. Hrushikesava Rao said on Friday. The centres are Department of Commerce and Management Studies at AU campus here; AU MS Naiker PG Centre, near Atchampeta junction, Kakinada; Mahatma Gandhi College, near new Pattabhipuram railway gate, Mallareddy Nagar, Guntur; R.G. Kedia College of Commerce, Esamia Bazar, near Chadarghat bridge, Hyderabad, and Government College for Men, Srikakulam.

Candidates can attend the programme by producing identity cards at their respective venues at 9 a.m. on February 14 for registration and receive instructions.

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