Engineering Colleges in ANANTHAPUR District Ananthapur Engineering colleges

Engineering Colleges in ANANTHAPUR District Ananthapur Engineering colleges
1Anantha Lakshmi Institute of Technology & Sciences
2BIT Institute of Technology
3Chiranjeevi Reddy Group of Institutions
4Chiranjeevi Reddy Institute of Engineering & Technology
5Gates Institute of Technology
6Intell Engineering College
7JNTU College of Engineering
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8P.V.K.K.Institute Of Technology
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9Shri Sai Institute Of Engineering And Technology
10Shri Shirdi Sai Inst Of Sci And Engg
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11Sir C.V.Raman Institute of Technology & Science
12Sri Krishnadevaraya Engineering College
13Sri Krishnadevaraya University College
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14Sri Sai College of Engineering & Technology
15Sri Venkateswara Institute of Technology
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16Srinivasa Ramanujan Institute of Technology
17St.Mark Educational Institution Society Group of Institution
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18Tadipatri Engineering College

Ananthapur Histoy
Anantapur offers some vivid glimpses of the prehistoric past. It is generally held that the place got its name from 'Anaatasagaram', a big tank, which means "Endless Ocean". The villages of Anaantasagaram and Bukkarayasamudram were constructed by Chilkkavodeya, the minister of Bukka-I, a Vijayanagar ruler. Some authorities assert that Anaantasagaram was named after Bukka's queen, while some contend that it must have been known after Anantarasa Chikkavodeya himself, as Bukka had no queen by that name.

Anantapur is familiarly known as "Hande Anantapuram". 'Hande' means chief of the Vijayanagar period. Anantapur and a few other places were gifted by the Vijayanagar rulers to Hanumappa Naidu of the Hande family. The place subsequently came under the Qutub Shahis, Mughals, and the Nawabs of Cuddapah, although the Hande chiefs continued to rule as their subordinates. It was occupied by the Palergar of Bellary during the time of Ramappa but was eventually won back by his son, Siddappa. Morari Rao Ghorpade attacked Anantapur in 1757. Though the army resisted for some time, Siddappa ultimately bought off the enemy for Rs.50,000.

It then came into the possession of Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan. Tipu hanged all the male members of the Siddappa family except Siddappa who escaped from his confinement at Srirangapatnam. After Tipu's death, it was once again taken back by Siddappa. Siddappa submitted himself to Nizam because of the treaty of 1799, who took the total control of the area. He was later pensioned off when British occupied the territory.

Anantapur  District was formed in the year 1882  having been separated from Bellary District.

Later on, it was  expanded with  the addition  of Revenue  Mandals  of Kadiri, Mudigubba, Nallamada, N.P.Kunta, Talupula,   Nallacheruvu,  O.D.Cheruvu, Tanakal, Amadagur and Gandlapenta (previous Kadiri  Taluk)  from Cuddapah  District in the year 1910.

During the year  1956,  the present   Revenue  Mandals  of Rayadurg, D.Hirehal, Kanekal, Bommanahal  and  Gummagatta  of Bellary District were added  to Anantapur District.

The District has been divided into 3 Revenue Divisions  consisting of 63 Revenue Mandals (Anantapur  Division 20, Dharmavaram Division 17 and Penukonda Division 26).

Engineering Colleges in ANANTHAPUR District Ananthapur Engineering colleges

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