|Latin: Regio Seminarium Sanctus Iohannes|
|President||Bishop Most Rev. Ch. Bhagyaiah, (Chairperson)|
|Rector||Rev. Fr. Kommareddy Marreddy|
St. John's Regional Seminary was founded in 1965 in Ramanthapur, Hyderabad, to train priests for the Catholic Church in Andhra Pradesh. In 1987, the seminary was divided into two. The theologiate was retained in Hyderabad while the philosophate (St. John's Regional Seminary (Philosophate)) was moved to Kothavalasa in the northern circars of Andhra Pradesh.
Board of GovernorsEdit
- Archdiocese of Hyderabad - Archbishop Poola Anthony
- Archdiocese of Visakhapatnam - Archbishop Mallavarapu Prakash
- Diocese of Srikakulam - Bishop Rayarala Vijaya Kumar
- Diocese of Eluru - Bishop Polimera Jaya Rao
- Diocese of Vijayawada - Bishop Telagathoti Joseph Raja Rao
- Diocese of Guntur - Bishop Chinnabathini Bhagyaiah
- Diocese of Nellore - Bishop D. M. Prakasam
- Diocese of Kadapa - Apostolic Administrator - Bishop Gali Bali
- Diocese of Kurnool - Administrator - Anthonappa Chowrappa
- Diocese of Nalgonda - Bishop Govindu Joji
- Diocese of Warangal - Bishop Udumala Bala
- Diocese of Khammam - Bishop M. Paul
The seminary follows a semester system. Admission is for Catholic pupils who are eligible to pursue priestly studies and from any of the ten Catholic dioceses and two archdioceses in Andhra Pradesh.
Other University-affiliated seminaries in Telangana region
- Handbook and Calendar 2008-2009, St. John's Regional Seminary, Ramanthapur, Hyderabad 500 013.
- The Roman Curia. Internet, accessed 25 September 2008
- Carlo Torriani, History of the PIME IN Andhra Pradesh, PIME Publications, Eluru. 
- J. N. M. Wijngaards, Life and Work. Internet, accessed 24 September 2008. "Curriculum Vitae of John Wijngaards". Archived from the original on 10 October 2008. Retrieved 14 October 2008.
- Handbook and Calendar 2008 -2009, p. 5
- Ref. Board of Governors above.