Registrations under skill development scheme are closed temporarily due to site maintenance and will be opened shortly.
Registered Applicants from 01.04.2017 to 26.05.2017 are eligible to attend the certificate verification
Registrations for Vidyonnati coaching programme are open.
Applicants whose certificates have not been verified during the year 2016-17 are also eligible to attend the certified verification
Registration process for Skill Development Scheme Click here
Hon'ble CM, will interact with selected candidates on 31.05.2017 at same Venue
Clarification on Release of Stipend for Civils and Group-I students Click here
Registrations for the year 2017-2018 opened from Ist April 2017 Click here
Registrations for placement guaranteed skill development training and Vidyonnati coaching programme are open.
Procedure flowchart to apply for videshi vidya deevena programme Click here
Online certificates verification is under process in respect of already registered candidates.
MOU with Andhra Bank under Videshi Vidya Deevana: APSKWDCL entered into MOU with Andhra Bank for facilitating bank loans under VVD and the students may approach nearest Andhra Bank branches for availing Overseas Educational loans Click here
A candidate can register for only one course in either of the programs.
List of approved candidates from waiting list under Videshi Vidya Deevena Click here
Schedule for commencement of classes under vidyonnati and skill development will be intimated through Phone (or) Mail.
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It has been felt that the Kapu community of Andhra Pradesh (i.e. the Kapu, Balija,
Telaga and Ontari sub-castes), even though classified as Forward Castes, remain
socially, educationally and economically backward, when compared to other forward
castes in the state. Majority of the Kapu community do not own any land for
cultivation, even though the main profession of this community is Agriculture. This
has made them to work as landless labourers, compelling them to live in poverty. Read More .....