Results of Anna University UG and PG November 2018 Released
Results of Anna University – The Anna University had declared the results of Undergraduate and Postgraduate examinations conducted in November last year. The results are available on the official websites, aucoe.annauniv.edu as well as coe1.annauniv.edu. By using their login credentials such as the roll number and other pertinent details, the students will be able to check. Apparently, due to heavy load on the servers of these official websites, the student might face issues to log in.
The only alternative for the students is to keep visiting these sites at regular intervals for any updates. Also, the varsity has released the February and March 2019 examination time table for the distance education program. To see it, the candidates will have to visit the official website again and log in using their credentials.
Steps to check the results
- Log in to the official website, annauniv.edu
- Click on the ‘Result’ button
- Select the result option which is in place
- Enter your login credentials
- Click on the ‘Submit’ button
- Results will be displayed on the screen
- You can take a print out for future use
Anna University is a state technical university in the southern state of Tamil Nadu. The main campus is located in Guindy, Chennai. AU was formed on September 4, 1978. In fact, Anna University is ranked the tenth institution in India overall by the National Institutional Ranking Framework, ranked fourth among universities and ranked eighth in engineering. The main campus houses the College of Engineering, Guindy; Alagappa College of Technology, School of Architecture and Planning and three technical departments of the University of Madras.
The university’s main campus in Chennai extends over 185 acres adjoining the Adyar River and the Raj Bhavan. It houses College of Engineering, Guindy, Alagappa College of Technology, School of Architecture and Planning, three technical departments of the University of Madras. Another campus of AU is in Chrompet (Madras Institute of Technology). The university has satellite campuses in Coimbatore, Tiruchi, Madurai and Tirunelveli.
The university also runs engineering colleges at Villupuram, Tindivanam, Arani, and Kanchipuram in Chennai region, Erode and Bargur in Coimbatore region, Panruti, Pattukkottai, Thirukkuvalai and Ariyalur in Tiruchirapalli region, Ramanathapuram and Dindigul in Madurai region, Nagercoil and Thoothukudi in Tirunelveli region.
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has permitted Anna University to start a separate TV channel. The Anna University has set up Tamil Nadu’s first interactive satellite terminal under the Ku Band of EDUSAT. Anna University Microsatellite ANUSAT is an Indian student-built microsatellite.
ANUSAT is the first satellite designed and developed by an Indian university and is the first satellite in India to be built and operated by any organization other than ISRO. It carries a primary store and forward payload and auxiliary technology demonstration payloads. The satellite was launched aboard PSLV-C12 on 20 April 2009. The satellite’s development was sponsored by ISRO.