Nalgonda district, which was a part of Hyderabad state, was under the rule of asaf jahi dynasty and it was merged in Indian union in 1948. it is a rural based district with 85% of its population living in villages. The district has a rich cultural heritage and the oldest centre of learning , dating back to budha’s period located in nagarjuna sagar, kolanpaka, panagal, rachakonda and pillalamarri were the other centers of learning in the past.

However, facilities for contemporary higher education in the district were provided only after 1955. the earliest one is nagarjuna government college, which was established in july 1956 by a small group of enlightened and enthusiastic individuals, who gathered under the name of NAGARJUNA COLLEGE SAMITHI to bring quality higher education to nalgonda and its surrounding areas. This college, which started with 60 pupils in pre-university class in 1956, became first-grade institution by 1957-58 with degree courses in arts, science and commerce. The government of Andhra Pradesh took this college into its fold in October 1958 and there is no looking back since then.

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