Krishna University was established in 2008 by the Government of Andhra Pradesh under the knowledge commission Act. No.4 of 1991, Krishna University officially got its legal notice for Higher Education on 25 June 2008 at Machilipatnam. The Official headquarters of Krishna University is in Andhra Pradesh (AP). On 2008 dated 23 April, the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Dr. Y Rajasekhara Reddy, laid the foundation of the University. A Committee headed by Prof K. Viyyanna Rao visited Machilipatnam to check or inspect the various measures and essential things needed to establish a university.
Significance of the Emblem of Krishna University
Krishna university opted for the emblem carved here because it has various significance like it symbolizes the spirit of self-righteousness. The name Krishna is used here to symbolize a feeling of "Blackness" from where the Perfect or the Positive energy and divinity of the whole Universe can be visualized. The light shown here symbolizes the energy of light that is absorbed into "Krishna," which demonstrate cosmic consciousness.
The lighthouse shown in the emblem emblematizes the pathfinder, and the light beam emerging from it represents the positive energy extracted in several forms and distributed among the common people. The emblem also symbolizes the historical Geographical location of Krishna University, viz. Machilipatnam is an ancient port city that has existed since the 3rd century BC.
The water at the lower end of the emblem emblemizes the principle of veritable life to transform ignorance into ultimate knowledge. The Purna Kumbha that is shown in the emblem emblemize and recalls the prototype of ancient Amravati Sculpture that represent the Santana (increase), Sasya (fertility), and samriddhi (plentitude). The emblem also indicates that human beings are part of mother earth and that if nature thrives, the whole of humanity will vanish.
The open book at the lower end of the emblem signifies the feeling of endless knowledge and the dharma chakra beyond it. The Dharma chakra symbolizes the Gautam buddha's valuable lessons on Dharma and Karma; the fish attached to the Dharma Chakra symbolizes the blue revolution in the Krishna district, which is blessed with India's largest freshwater lake kolleru.
The leaves on both sides of the emblem symbolize the green revolution in the Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh, also known as the Rice bowl of Andhra Pradesh.
Courses Offered by Krishna University
Krishna university is a state university and among the top universities in the country, which offers almost all courses in different branches like
Notable Alumni of Krishna University