He also asked students not to get influenced by the anti-social elements who try to create unrest in universities.
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The vice president, who is himself an alumnus of the university, spent some time in his classroom at the AU College of Law and shared his memories with students on the campus.
He asked the Andhra University to focus on research and improve its academic standard.
Andhra University got NAAC 'A' grade but it has to improve its quality in terms of teaching, research, among other things, to achieve A++ grade, Naidu said.
He also inaugurated the convention centre building of the university, which was built at a cost of Rs 13.5 crore.
The auditorium, with five levels of seating, has a fixed capacity of 1,600 seats and can also accommodate 200 extra chairs in its gallery.
"The built-up area is around 40,000 sqft and the total area is around 4.5 acres with landscaped gardens and two parking areas that can accommodate 400 cars," the university's vice chancellor, Prof G Nageswara Rao, said.
Naidu also visited the Chepalauppda village on Visakha-Bheemil beach road, which was adopted by him and launched several development programmes there.