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Student Activities

With a view to stimulate and promote the talents of the students, Mrs A.V.N. College offers the following opportunities for their active participation. The Principal is the Executive Head and Chief of the all the activities: 













It is published once in a year and comprises English, Telugu and Hindi sections. The main aim of the magazine is to inculcate in students a taste for journalism and to promote their literary and artistic talents.

  1. Smt. Prajani, Faculty of English, Convener and Editor
  2. Sri M Simhadrinaidu, Principal
  3. Smt K Kanakamahalakshmi, Faculty of Chemistry
  4. B Vineetha, Faculty of English
  5. Santhoshisatya, Faculty of Botany
  6. Sri K Apparao, Faculty of Commerce
  7. Smt D Gayatri, Faculty of Telugu





National Cadet Corps is a Tri-Services Organisation comprising the Army, Navy and Air Force, engaged in grooming the youth - "The Leaders of Tomorrow" - into disciplined and patriotic citizens. The genesis of the NCC can be traced back to the First World War when the Britishers created the University Corps as the second line of defense and to have a large pool of trained youth available for employment into the Armed Forces.

After independence the present day NCC under the Ministry of Defence came into existence on 16 Apr 1948 through NCC act XXXI, 1948. NCC was formally inaugurated on 15 Jul 1948 as soon as the schools and colleges reopened after summer vacation. The Girls Division of the NCC was started in Jul 1949. In 1950 Air Wing was added on 01 Apr with one Air squadron each at Bombay and Kolkata. The Naval Wing of the NCC was raised in Jul 1952, thus completing the true representation of all services in the Corps. Presently, NCC has approximately 13 Lakhs Cadets under its fold.

Aim of NCC

  1. To Develop Character, Comradeship, Discipline, Leadership, Secular Outlook, Spirit of Adventure, and Ideals of Selfless Service amongst the Youth of the Country.
  2. To Create a Human Resource of Organized, Trained and Motivated Youth, To Provide Leadership in all Walks of life and be Always Available for the Service of the Nation.
  3. To Provide a Suitable Environment to Motivate the Youth to Take Up a Career in the Armed Forces.

At the College, there are three wings of the NCC, viz. the Army, Navy and the Air Force and students are free to choose any wing. There are officers of the Indian Navy, Indian Army and the Indian Air Force who are responsible for the training of cadets. The Officers are Infantry Care takers, Artillery, Air wing and one exclusively in-charge for the Girls wing.

Our NCC Officers:

  1. Capt. J Ramarao, 2(A) Artillary Betallion Army Infantry , Faculty of Political science
  2. Lt. N. Krishna Veni,  (Girls), Faculty of English
  3. Lt. J. Rama Rao, Arty. Battery, Faculty of Political Science
  4. Lt. I. Prasanna Kumar, Navy Wing (Boys), Faculty of Commerce




  1. In India, the idea of involving students in the task of national service dates back to the times of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation. The central theme which he tried to impress upon his student audience time and again was that they should always keep before them, their social responsibility. The first duty of the students should be, not to treat their period of study as one of the opportunities for indulgence in intellectual luxury, but for preparing themselves for final dedication in the service of those who provided the sinews of the nation with the national goods & services so essential to society. Advising them to form a living contact with the community in whose midst their institution is located, he suggested that instead of undertaking academic research about economic and social disability, the students should do "something positive so that the life of the villagers might be raised to a higher material and moral level".
  2. The post-independence era was marked by an urge for introducing social service for students, both as a measure of educational reform and as a means to improve the quality of educated manpower. The University Grants Commission headed by Dr. Radhakrishnan recommended introduction of national service in the academic institutions on a voluntary basis with a view to developing healthy contacts between the students and teachers on the one hand and establishing a constructive linkage between the campus and the community on the other hand.
  3. On September 24, 1969, the then Union Education Minister Dr. V.K.R.V. Rao launched the NSS programme in 37 universities covering all States and simultaneously requested the Chief Ministers of States for their cooperation and help. It was appropriate that the programme was started during the Gandhi Centenary Year as it was Gandhi ji who inspired the Indian youth to participate in the movement for Indian independence and the social uplift of the downtrodden masses of our nation.
  4. The scheme now extends to all the states ad universities in the country and covers +2 level also in many states. Students, teachers, guardians, persons in authority in government, universities and colleges/schools and the people in general now realize the need and significance of NSS. It has aroused among the student youth an awareness of the realities of life, a better understanding and appreciation of the problems of the people. NSS is, thus, a concrete attempt in making campus relevant to the needs of the community. There are several instances of excellent work and exemplary conduct of NSS units which have earned them respect and confidence of the people. The special camping programmes organised under the themes of 'Youth Against Famine (1973)', 'Youth Against Dirt & Disease (1974-75)', 'Youth for Eco-Development' and "Youth for Rural Reconstruction' 'Youth for National Development and Youth for Literacy (1985-93)' 'Youth for National Integration and Communal Harmony (1993-95)' have resulted in gains both to the community as well as to the students. The theme for the year 1995-96 onwards for Special Camping is Youth for Sustainable Development with focus on Watershed Management and Water land Development'. Themes have been selected in accordance with national priorities. Also, from 1991-92 onwards NSS has launched a nationwide campaign on AIDS Awareness called "Universities Talk AIDS" (UTA) which has earned international attention and appreciation.
  5. Community service rendered by university and +2 level students has covered several aspects like adoption of villages for intensive development work, carrying out the medico-social surveys, setting up of medical centers, programmes of mass immunization, sanitation drives, adult education programmes for the weaker sections of the community, blood donation, helping patients in hospitals, helping inmates of orphanages and the physically handicapped etc. NSS volunteers did commendable relief work during natural calamities/emergencies such as cyclones, floods, famine, earthquake, et. From time to time all over the country. The NSS students have also done useful work in organising campaigns for eradication of social evils, and popularization of the nationally accepted objectives like nationalism, democracy, secularism, social harmony and development of scientific temper.

The College has four units of NSS the officers are as follows:

  • Unit I: Shri. M. Simhadri Naidu, Faculty of Commerce
  • Unit II: Dr.Ch.Srinivasarao, Reader in Mathematics
  • Unit III: Ch. Mallika, Faculty of Mathematics
  • Unit IV: Smt.K.Indira, Faculty of Commerce
  • Unit V: B. Ramakrishna, Faculty of Botany

RED RIBBON CLUB: (AIDS Awareness Programme)


The National AIDS Control Programme (NACP) III 2007-2012 has the overall goal of halting and reversing the epidemic in India. Over 99 per cent of the population in the country is free from infection. NACP III places highest priority on prevention while seeking to integrate care, support and treatment for those affected by HIV/ AIDS.

The Four Ps:

The global and country level response to HIV is based on a comprehensive approach that includes the following four strategic elements, or the four P's:

  • Preventing HIV transmission from women living with HIV to their infants
  • Primary prevention of HIV infection among couples of child bearing age
  • Preventing unintended pregnancies among women living with HIV
  • Providing appropriate protection to children affected by HIV and their families

In Charge: Shri. V.V.J.Gopalakrishna, HOD of Chemistry



The Student Bus passes are issued by APSRTC (Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation) for their mobility from their home to college and back: The faculty in-charges are:

  1. Shri M Simhadrinaidu,Principal
  2. P Krishnakumari ,HoD of Chemistry
6. Transfer Certificates for the students when ever necessary will be issued by Principal

Sravanthi Heritage Club:

Our Vice Chairperson, Mrs. Indrani Jagga Row, as a life member of INTACH and plays a very active and positive role in Heritage Club and INTACH activities at Visakhapatnam.

Heritage Clubs

The idea of setting up Heritage Club in schools and colleges across the country began in 2002 to provide training and resources to teachers in urban and rural areas. It was done with the motive of creating awareness and participation in heritage related activities among the students. At present, HECS has a nationwide network which includes 1200 schools in 61 cities and town across the country. It has over 40,000 members participating actively in its work.

Every student who becomes a member of heritage club is motivated to participate in heritage conservation and to learn more about their local and natural heritage. A student who becomes a member of INTACH (The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage) Heritage Club receives:

Heritage club badge to become a part of the growing community of heritage keepers. Heritage club passport to identify with the Heritage Club movement.

Nine Stars is given to record information about the natural and cultural heritage of their town and city.

Young INTACH quarterly newsletter for Heritage Club student members on various aspect of heritage related news and information.

The heritage club programmes are designed so as to involve students in various activities geared towards heritage awareness and education for
Learning a Craft
Museum Education & Outreach Programmes
Training Museum Guides
Conservation at Home and at School
Heritage Radio Programme
Rural Heritage Education and Skill Development
Children's Programmes at Heritage Festivals
Making of films on culture and heritage

  1. M Swarajyalakshmi, Librarian, Coordinator
  2. Smt P Krishnakumari, Faculty of History
  3. Sri. G. Yeshayya, Faculty of Economics



The Indian Red Cross is a voluntary humanitarian organization having a network of over 700 branches throughout the country, providing relief in times of disasters/emergencies and promotes health & care of the vulnerable people and communities. It is a leading member of the largest independent humanitarian organization in the world, the International Red Cross & Red Crescent Movement.

The Mission of the Indian Red Cross is to inspire, encourage and initiate at all times all forms of humanitarian activities so that human suffering can be minimized and even prevented and thus contribute to creating more congenial climate for peace.

The college is wants to revitalize this activity this year:

In charge: Shri. J V S V L KUMAR faculty of Hindi


Legal Aid Clinic:

In Charge: Sri M I Prasannakumar, faculty of Commerce


National Green Corps

In Charge: R Tarakeswararao, faculty of Physics













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