SPMVV PGCET 2017 Notification, Eligibility, Hallticket

Sri Padmavathi Mahila Visva Vidyalayam, Tirupati (#SPMVV) also known as Women's University invites applications for admissions into various post graduate courses through PGCET 2017. Eligible candidates have to submit their applications through online and offline. SPMVV is a state-wide University and admits the students from all the Regions of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana (i.e., Rayalaseema, Andhra regions of A.P and state of Telangana) in the ratio of 22:42:36 respectively. Students from all the three regions of the two states can seek admission to various courses offered by the University.



  1. Eligible candidates may submit their application through online.

  2. The online applications are made available in the website www.spmvvdoa.in

  3. Candidates should submit the filled-in application through online along with application registration and processing fee Rs.425/- paid through Andhra bank (Bill desk) payment gateway using credit/ debit card/ Internet banking.

  4. Application form can also be downloaded and filled in application shall be sent along with a processing fee of Rs.425/- drawn in the form of D.D in favour of Director, Directorate of Admissions, SPMVV, Tirupati on or before 05-05-2017 extended to 15.05.2017 by post or in person to the Director, Directorate of Admissions, SPMVV, Tirupati

  5. Incomplete applications will be summarily rejected.

  6. Candidates interested in applying for more than one course should select courses online appropriately or for the students who downloaded the application should submit a separate application form.


Sl. No.EventDate
1Submission of Online Application starts from23.03.207
2Last date for submission of Application for P.G Courses and B. Ed (Spl) (H.I)05.05.2017 extended to 15.05.2017
3Download Hall Tickets17.05.2017
4Entrance Test21.05.2017

NOTE: no need to write the Entrance Test for Integrated Courses, B.Vocational, P.G.Diploma and Certificate courses.


  1. For the courses where the admission is based on the degree as a whole, the aggregate percentage of the group subjects should be 40% /45%/50% of marks. For admission into M.Ed., the aggregate marks in B.Ed. should be 50% and the aggregate marks in degree/PG should be 45%. Qualifying the corresponding Bachelor’s degree examination is sufficient for SC/ST candidates for admission into any course.

  2. Candidates who have already passed the qualifying examination or who have appeared/are appearing for the final year annual examination in 2017 are eligible to apply. Supplementary candidates of 2017 are not eligible.



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