Among the world’s language families the Dravidian family of languages enjoys a special place of distinction with an ancient origin and a continuation of a greater civilization. The Dravidian family of languages comprises 27 languages spread across the entire India and Beluchistan. All of them have contributed to the oneness of the rich mosaic of Indian culture. The major languages are; Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam. * * * An Institution with Distinct Character Fulfilling the long felt intellectual call for a national institution to conduct study and research both at home and abroad in these ancient languages and to promote a greater sense of fraternity and spirit of integration among the speakers of the major Dravidian languages in the South the Government of Andhra Pradesh has benevolently come forward to establish Dravidian University through a Legislative Act in October 1997 involving the support of the other Southern States, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala. It is located at a trilingual junction at Kuppam, Chittor Dstrict in the South-Western tip of A.P, which is only 4 kms away from Karnataka, 8 kms from Tamil Nadu and of course very close to Kerala border, which is less than 4.5 hrs drive. The principal objective of the establishment of the Dravidian University is to promote integrated studies on the common heritage of the Dravidian speakers facilitating a strong perception of oneness among them. Every language is a clean mirror holding a complete picture of culture. Languages are living voices of the races sounding their human, personal, social and scientific thoughts. Dravidian civilization is one of the very oldest civilizations of the entire world. Archaeologists point out that the African continent was one with the South Indian Sub-Continent. It was the Indian Ocean that made a cleft. The synonymous words and phrases still in use stand a testimony to it. Linguists found out resemblances between languages. The current researchers listed out 27 Dravidian languages spread across from Cape Camorin to Afghanistan.
Dravidian University Date Sheet 2018 Dravidian University Latest Time Table 2019 DU, Kuppam Date sheet and Scheme 2018 download Undergraduate and Postgraduate Exam Date sheet Under DU, Kuppam Exam schedule
The Aspirants, who are pursuing any Undergraduate or Postgraduate course from the Dravidian University, are informed that the Dravidian University has released the DU, Kuppam Time Table 2018 for various courses. We know that a lot of Aspirants are pursuing in these courses and recently they are asking for the date sheet because they want to make their study schedule according to the timetable. Recently, the date sheet is available for few courses. For other courses, it will be spelled out later. Check the latest released date sheets above on this page.
Dravidian University is going to release the Annual Exam Undergraduate and Postgraduate 1st, 2nd, 3rd Year Admit Card 2018. Those applicants who are going to appear in the exam may download admit card via the Official Website Portal. Candidates should do full preparation before attending the exam. The University will conduct the Annual Exam in the month of March-April 2018. Students will be able to download the Hall Ticket at the official website. Students can check the Exam Time Table or Date Sheet on the official website.
Before the examination, students are going to prepare for the UG/PG exams and they will occur in the exam hall very soon. And they have needed to admit card before the Examination. Before entering the exam hall students need to download their respective admit card. By entering their require details.
Currently, the Dravidian University has 20 academic departments and 6 research centers. It offers various programmes in UG, PG, research and also distance education courses to the candidates.
The eligible Students are selected on the basis of marks obtained in the entrance exam organized by the university. For UG courses, there is no such entrance exam. The candidates get admission on the marks achieved in their pre-degree course. For Postgraduate and Research, Students need to appear in DUCET and DURCET entrance exam respectively. 10% of the seats are reserved for Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu candidates.
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. Students are required to submit the prescribed entrance examination fees of INR 350 (for General/ BC Students) and INR 250 (for SC/ST/Differently Abled Students) in the form of Demand Draft (DD) to the university office.
DUCET 2018 Application Form is likely to be available both Online and Offline. DUCET Application forms might be accepted starting from March 29, 2018. Students need to follow the certain procedure for filling the DUCET 2018 application form.
Log on to the official website of Dravidian University at dravidianuniversity.ac.in and click the tab apply for DUCET Application 2018. Get registered with a valid Email ID and Phone Number. Next, the Application form will appear on the screen. Fill it as the spaces appear such as:- Mention the Course Applied, Choice/Preference, Student’s Name, Father’s and Mother’s Name, Date of Birth, Gender, The State of Domicile, Category / Special Category, Choice of Entrance Examination Center, Result of Qualifying Degree Exam, Academic Details, Declaration by the Father / Mother / Guardian. Pay the fees using available options and take a print of the form.
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