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The college was established on 2nd September, 1968 with the joint effort of Smt. Addepalli Vivekananda Devi, a great educationist and dynamic social worker and Sri Krovvidi Lingaraju, a freedom fighter of the locality. The college has been named after the wife of Sri Kandukuri Veeresalingam, a social reformer and writer of the locality who has donated all his life earnings to Hithakarini Samaj which owns the college along with a few educational institutions from K.G. to P.G. level., in different fields of education. The college had a humble beginning in thatched huts in a hired plot with 27 students and 15 teachers. Sri P.V. Narasimha Rao, the then Education minister of Andhra Pradesh and later Prime Minister of India laid the foundation of the college. The college was shifted to the present premises in 1970.

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The college was established on 2nd September, 1968 with the joint effort of Smt. Addepalli Vivekananda Devi, a great educationist and dynamic social worker and Sri Krovvidi Lingaraju, a freedom fighter of the locality. The college has been named after the wife of Sri Kandukuri Veeresalingam, a social reformer and writer of the locality who has donated all his life earnings to Hithakarini Samaj which owns the college along with a few educational institutions from K.G. to P.G. level., in different fields of education. The college had a humble beginning in thatched huts in a hired plot with 27 students and 15 teachers. Sri P.V. Narasimha Rao, the then Education minister of Andhra Pradesh and later Prime Minister of India laid the foundation of the college. The college was shifted to the present premises in 1970.

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The college was established on 2nd September, 1968 with the joint effort of Smt. Addepalli Vivekananda Devi, a great educationist and dynamic social worker and Sri Krovvidi Lingaraju, a freedom fighter of the locality. The college has been named after the wife of Sri Kandukuri Veeresalingam, a social reformer and writer of the locality who has donated all his life earnings to Hithakarini Samaj which owns the college along with a few educational institutions from K.G. to P.G. level., in different fields of education. The college had a humble beginning in thatched huts in a hired plot with 27 students and 15 teachers. Sri P.V. Narasimha Rao, the then Education minister of Andhra Pradesh and later Prime Minister of India laid the foundation of the college. The college was shifted to the present premises in 1970.

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The college was established on 2nd September, 1968 with the joint effort of Smt. Addepalli Vivekananda Devi, a great educationist and dynamic social worker and Sri Krovvidi Lingaraju, a freedom fighter of the locality. The college has been named after the wife of Sri Kandukuri Veeresalingam, a social reformer and writer of the locality who has donated all his life earnings to Hithakarini Samaj which owns the college along with a few educational institutions from K.G. to P.G. level., in different fields of education. The college had a humble beginning in thatched huts in a hired plot with 27 students and 15 teachers. Sri P.V. Narasimha Rao, the then Education minister of Andhra Pradesh and later Prime Minister of India laid the foundation of the college. The college was shifted to the present premises in 1970.

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The college was established on 2nd September, 1968 with the joint effort of Smt. Addepalli Vivekananda Devi, a great educationist and dynamic social worker and Sri Krovvidi Lingaraju, a freedom fighter of the locality. The college has been named after the wife of Sri Kandukuri Veeresalingam, a social reformer and writer of the locality who has donated all his life earnings to Hithakarini Samaj which owns the college along with a few educational institutions from K.G. to P.G. level., in different fields of education. The college had a humble beginning in thatched huts in a hired plot with 27 students and 15 teachers. Sri P.V. Narasimha Rao, the then Education minister of Andhra Pradesh and later Prime Minister of India laid the foundation of the college. The college was shifted to the present premises in 1970.

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The college was established on 2nd September, 1968 with the joint effort of Smt. Addepalli Vivekananda Devi, a great educationist and dynamic social worker and Sri Krovvidi Lingaraju, a freedom fighter of the locality. The college has been named after the wife of Sri Kandukuri Veeresalingam, a social reformer and writer of the locality who has donated all his life earnings to Hithakarini Samaj which owns the college along with a few educational institutions from K.G. to P.G. level., in different fields of education. The college had a humble beginning in thatched huts in a hired plot with 27 students and 15 teachers. Sri P.V. Narasimha Rao, the then Education minister of Andhra Pradesh and later Prime Minister of India laid the foundation of the college. The college was shifted to the present premises in 1970.