PGRRCDE OU UG I II & III Year Supply Results Oct/Nov-2016 : Prof G. Ram Reddy Center for Distance Education (PGRRCDE) Osmania University, Hyderabad is going to release UG (B.A/B.Com/B.B.A) 1st/2nd & 3rd Year Supplementary Examination Results 2016. This examination results will be soon uploaded on its official website at www.oucde.net. All the required candidates can check and download from this page.
OUCDE has successfully conducted UG/Degree Supplementary Exams from 15th October, 2016 to 19th November, 2016. A large number of candidates are attend for this exam. Now many candidates are eagerly searching for this results. So all those candidates can check and download from this page.
PGRRCDE OU UG I II & III Year Supply Results Oct/Nov-2016
- Organisation Name : Prof G. Ram Reddy Center for Distance Education (PGRRCDE) Osmania University, Hyderabad
- Name of the Exam : Degree
- Category : Results
- Status : Available Soon…
- Exam Schedule : 15-10-2016 to 19-11-2016
- Official Website : www.oucde.net.
Osmania University Center for Distance Education (OUCDE) UG Supplementary Examination Results will be uploaded on its official website at www.oucde.net or www.osmania.ac.in. And also this examination results will be available on different web portals like www.manabadi.com, www.schools9.com & www.indiaresults.com.
Every year, PGRRCDE conducted the degree supplementary examinations for all the 1st, 2nd and 3rd year students in the month of October/November. The students who had written the examination from various groups such as B.A, B.Com, BBA, etc. now check their result of Osmania University Distance Degree manabadi results 2016 from the official website @ www.oucde.net. OUCDE Distance Degree Suppply Manabadi Results 2016 Merit List available soon below.
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About PGRRCDE :
The Osmania University, established in 1918, is the seventh oldest in the country, third oldest in South India and the first to be established in the princely State of Hyderabad. Though the need for a university for the Hyderabad State was felt, both by the intelligentsia and the people for a long time, the initiative came from a civil servant, Sir Akbar Hydari, who was then the Home Secretary to the State Government. Sir Akbar, in a Memorandum to the Education Minister in early 1917, emphasized the need to establish a University for Hyderabad with ‘Urdu’ as the medium of instruction “as it is the language of the widest currency in India, official language of the State,”