History of Physical Education department
Academics and Achievements
Faculty and Profiles

The precious jewels- the players who brought fame and name to our college

Though a number of players of different games hail from our college, it is Volleyball players who became internationally famous. To mention a few

  • Sri Movva Syam Sunder Rao, the recipient of ARJUNA and DRONACHARYA awards represented India from 1966 to 1978
  • Sri G.Gopichand, the retired Director of SAAP, a national player of Volleyball, a coach of Indian women team and represented India from 1960 to 68.
  • Sri D Prabhakar Raju represented India in Asian games and won ‘ Maharan Pratap’ Award.
  • Sri S Karimulla played for India in 1986 and 87. He won bronze medals in Asian games and in World Railway Volleyball.
  • Sri J Singa Rao represented India in Australia, Japan and Iran. He was the captain in 1995 and won Gold Medal.
  • Sri GV Jaichand represented India at Singapore, Bangkok, Quajar.
  • Prof VVBN Rao received Gold medal as an international player for his prowess in weightlifting.
  • Sarva Sri T Rama Rao , V Sudhakar and C Raghava rao received Gold medals as National champions of weightlifting.
  • Sri AV Rami Reddy received silver medal.
  • Smt T Vijaya laxmi,P Kranthi, JP Sowjanya, proved their mettle in Shuttle Badminton.
  • Sri LVL Sastry was a National Player of Shuttle badminton.
  • Sri Y Pragnani Babu was a national player of Handball.
  • Miss Niveditha, a student of Chemistry (PG) at present represented India in Handball.
  • Miss M Pakeeramma represented AP in Nationals.

  • Academic Activities:

    Conducted a National Seminar on Yoga and Meditation
    Conducts certificate course in yoga and Meditation every year.
    Organizes guest lectures.
    Participates in at least two national seminars/ workshops every year and presents papers.
    Conducts medical check-up
    Organizes blood donation camps and motivates students to donate blood.

    Achievements of students

    Students have been the winners of Intercollegiate Hand ball tournament for the last eight years.
    Six to ten students are selected by the Selection Committee to represent ANU in Inter University tournaments.

      Provision for javelin, short-put, discus, long-jump, high-jump, Triple-Jump, Hammer Throw.

      Volley Ball Courts-2

      Ball –Badminton courts

      One Hockey Field

      One Tennis Court

      One Kho-Kho Court

      One Kabadi Court

      Two Indoor shuttle Badminton courts

      Two Tables for Table Tennis

      Provision for Chess

      Three Carom Boards

      9 Stations Multi gym weightlifting

      equipment, Thread Mill, jogger,

      Two Indoor shuttle Badminton courts

    The Major Games are

      VOLLEY BALL - Students of our college are always either winners or runners in Inter Collegiate games.

      HAND BALL – The place of this college achieved hattick and they are representing Inter University Handball tournament.



    Minor games are





    The following are the Indoor games







      A 9 Stations Multi gym with the provision of Thread Mill, Jogger and weightlifting equipment is at the disposal of the students.