ANU Degree Supplementary Exam Results 2020 (BA BCom BSc)

ANU Degree Supplementary Results 2020: Acharya Nagarjuna University Degree BA BCom BSc 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Semester Supplementary exam results 2020 download the results from the official website of ANU and some other websites also.

Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur conducting Degree even semester Regular and Supplementary Examinations in the months of March / April 2020. Odd Semester examinations conducting in October / November months. Acharya Nagarjuna University conducting Degree Regular and Supplementary Examinations in March / April and October / November months. The students can get the Regular and Supplementary Examination results 2020 from ANU official website.

Acharya Nagarjuna University Degree Supply Results 2020 – Overview

Name of the UniversityAcharya Nagarjuna University
Exam Category :Degree 2nd 4th 6th Semester (BA BCom BSc BCA BBA BBM)
Exam Dates :March / April 2020
Results release date :June 2020
Website : www.nagarjunauniversity.ac.in

ANU Degree Supplementary Exam Results Date 2020:

ANU Degree 2nd 4th 6th Semester Regular / Supplementary Examination March / April 2020 result to be declared in the month of June 2020.

How to Download ANU Degree Supplementary Exam Results 2020?

  • Visit the official website of ANU: www.nagarjunauniversity.ac.in
  • Click on Results Link
  • Next Click on your Results link in the list.
  • Type your Hall Ticket Number and Submit.
  • Print Your Results.

ANU Degree Previous Result Date:

ANU Degree 1st 3rd 5th Semester Regular/ Supplementary Examination October/ November 2019 result declared on 12th December 2019.

About the University:

Acharya Nagarjuna, the profounder of the Madhyamika Buddhism is one of the greatest philosophers India has ever produced. The Buddhists of China, Japan and Tibet river him to be the Second Buddha, who once again set in the motion the wheel of Dharma.

The Madhyamika-karika testifies to the historicity to their author Nagarjuna, the great Buddhist philosopher, who extolled the path of Prajnaparamita. He wrote the Karika in order to expound the basic teaching of the Prajnaparamita-sutras. The recent archaeological discoveries at Amaravati corroborate to certain extent the broad facts about Nagarjuna’s life on which his traditional biographies agree. He was born in a Brahmin family in Andhradesa at Vedali.