University of Hyderabad- Admission 2019-20, Fee, Courses, Cutoff and Ranking

University of Hyderabad Admission Courses Fee Cutoff Ranking

Topic We Cover: UNIVERSITY OF HYDERABAD

1. Overview
2. Departments

  • SCHOOL OF MATHEMATIC AND STATISTICS
  • SCHOOL OF PHYSICS
  • SCHOOL OF CHEMISTRY
  • SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES
  • SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES
  • SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
  • SAROJINI NAIDU SCHOOL OF ARTS AND COMMUNICATION
  • SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
  • SCHOOL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES
  • SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY
  • SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS
  • SCHOOL OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES

3. SPECIALIZED CENTRES
4. RESEARCH INSTITUTES
5. COURSES, ELIGIBILITY AND DURATION
6. DISTANCE EDUCATION
7. CAMPUS

UNIVERSITY OF HYDERABAD

University of Hyderabad is a Central University and was established under the Parliament Act on 2nd October, 1974. It is one of the Most Prestigious Universities for post graduate teaching and research in India. The University is approved by University Grants Commission (UGC) and it is also completely financed by it. It has been accredited as Grade “A*****” university by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). The University was awarded as the Best Central University in India by President of India.

It is a Public Research University located in Hyderabad city, Telangana, India. The Governor of the state of Telangana is the ex-officio of the University while President of India is the Visitor to the University. Mr. Gurubaksh Singh was the first Vice- chancellor of the University and he served from 1974 to 1979. The first chancellor to the University was Mr. B D Jatti. The University has a very huge campus with around 5,000 students, most of them being residential students and around 400 faculty members.

The University offers Various Postgraduate Courses such as Master’s Programme which is of 2 years of duration, M.Phil which of 18 months and Ph.D Programme which is of 5 years of duration. The University offers courses in various streams such as economics, history, anthropology, Telugu, Mathematical sciences, Chemical Sciences, Language Sciences, English, Literature, physiology, chemistry, biochemistry, painting, arts, history, visual studies, computer science, artificial intelligence, information technology, kuchipudi dance, bharatnatyam dance, bio-informatics, and sculpture. The University offers PH.D Programmes in Dalit and Adivasi studies, English language studies, women studies, Management studies, Space and Earth Sciences, Indian Diaspora and many other fields also.

The University has twelve Schools of Study through which it offers various courses to its students. Some of the schools are single-discipline; some have departments and centres which are attached to them. Inter-school and inter disciplinary teaching and research has always been promoted and emphasised in the University. Let’s discuss about the Schools of Study and departments:

1. SCHOOL OF MATHEMATIC AND STATISTICS

The aim of the school is to train those people who want to do research and get knowledge in the advanced areas of Mathematics and statistics. The school offers research facilities in the areas such as

  • Algebra, Algebraic Geometry, Topology, Algebraic Number Theory, Dynamical Systems.
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Regression Diagnostics, Order Statistics, Reliability, Operations Research.

2. SCHOOL OF PHYSICS

The School offers various High Quality Programmes at M.Sc. and M.Tech levels. It also has Research Programs for its Ph.D. scholars. The school has attained national and international recognition in various areas such as matter physics, high energy physics, non-linear optics, quantum optics, laser physics, solid state physics, material science and electronic science.

3. SCHOOL OF CHEMISTRY

The School of Chemistry is one of the Leading Centres of India for getting education and doing research in chemical sciences. Various fundamental and advanced courses in field of chemistry and related areas are offered by the school. The curriculum of the school is such which covers broadly various branches of chemistry, keeping in view its interdisciplinary nature.

4. SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES

The School of Life Sciences came into existence due to the emphasis on interdisciplinary teaching. The School has five Departments:

  1. Department of Biochemistry
  2. Department of Plant Sciences
  3. Department of Animal Biology
  4. Department of Biotechnology and Bioinformatics.
  5. Department of Systems and Computational Biology

5. SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES

School of Humanities has following departments and centres:

  • Department of English
  • Department of Philosophy
  • Department of Hindi
  • Department of Telugu
  • Department of Urdu
  • Department of Sanskrit Studies
  • Centre for Applied Linguistics and Translation Studies
  • Centre for Comparative Literature
  • Centre for English Language Studies
  • Human Values Cell
  • Endangered Languages & Mother Tongue studies
  • Dalit and Adivasi Studies and Translation.

6. SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

School of Social Sciences has following departments:

  • Department of History
  • Department of Political Science
  • Department of Sociology
  • Department of Anthropology
  • Centre for Folk Culture Studies
  • Centre for the Study of Indian Diaspora
  • Centre for Knowledge Culture and Innovation Studies
  • Centre for Human Rights
  • Centre for Gandhian Economic Thought
  • Centre for Ambedkar Studies
  • Department of Education and Education Technology

7. SAROJINI NAIDU SCHOOL OF ARTS AND COMMUNICATION

The School started in the year 1988-89. It has following departments:

  • Departments of Dance
  • Department of Theatre Arts
  • Department of Fine Arts
  • Department of Communication

A two year M.A communication in the following specialisations:

  1. Radio & Television
  2. Print Journalism & New Media
  3. Communication & Media Studies

8. SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES

The School of Management Studies came into existence in May 1999. It is sanctioned by UGC and it offers two-year Full-Time Residential MBA Programme, and Ph.D. in Management Studies. The school aims in providing its students excellence in Management Education, Research, Training and various other Post Graduate Programmes.

9. SCHOOL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES

The School of Medical Sciences came into existence with an aim to promote and achieve excellence in the medical and health sciences through the teaching and research programmes.

The school has collaborations with School of Life Sciences, School of Management Studies, School of Social Sciences, School of Life Sciences, School of Economics, SN School of Communication and Performing Arts, and with various Centres of the University which are involved in research work Health Sciences.

10. SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

School of Engineering and Technology was founded in the year 2008-09 with a mission to promote education and research in multi-disciplinary areas of science, engineering and technology. The school is a well known name for its M.Tech and Ph.D. Programmes in Materials Engineering.

11. SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS

The School of Economics was established in the year 1979 and since then it is committed in providing High Quality Education and doing research work in Economics. The school offers programmes in M.A., M.Phil and Ph.D.

12. SCHOOL OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES

The School of Computer and Information Sciences offers programmes and research in all major areas of Computer and Information Sciences, in the Field of Artificial Intelligence, Information Security and Banking Technology.

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SPECIALIZED CENTRES

The University also has various Specialized Centres:

• Centre for Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences
• Cognitive Sciences
• Advanced Centre for Research in High Energy Materials
• Centre for Modelling, Simulation & Design
• Centre for Health Psychology
• Centre for Integrated Studies
• Centre for Buddhist Studies
• Centre for nanotechnology
• Centre for Knowledge and Innovation Studies
• Centre for endangered Languages
• Centre for Research & Education in Ageing
• Centre for Indian Languages
• Centre for Study of Great Indian Thinkers
• Centre for Foreign Language
• Centre for Dalit & Tribal Literature
• Centre for Women’s Studies
• Centre for Classical Languages Telugu
• Centre for Advanced Studies in Electronics Science and Technology

RESEARCH INSTITUTES

The University also possesses the following Research Centres:

• National Institute of Animal Biotechnology
• Institute of Health Science Education and Translation Research
• Institute of Life Sciences
• CR Rao Advanced Institute of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science
• Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA)

COURSES, ELIGIBILITY AND DURATION

Integrated MA and M.Sc. Courses in various disciplines such as Science, Arts, and Humanities are offered by the University.

S.NO.

COURSE

ELIGIBILITY

DURATION

1.

Integrated M.Sc. in

  • Mathematical Science
  • Physics
  • Chemical Science
  • Systems Biology
  • Optometry & Vision Sciences
  • Health Psychology
  • Earth Sciences

 

Minimum 60% in 10+2 in the concerned subject and a Written Test conducted by the University. Interview may also be conducted by the University.

 

5 years

2.

Integrated MA in

  • Hindi
  • Telugu
  • Urdu
  • Language Science
  • Economics
  • History
  • Political Science
  • Sociology
  • Anthropology

 

 

Minimum 60% in 10+2 in the concerned subject and a Written Test conducted by the University. Interview may also be conducted by the University.

 

5 years

The University also offers M.Sc. and M.Tech Programmes in various streams. Admissions to M.Sc. is on the basis of minimum required marks in graduation (in the  related discipline)which is followed by a written test conducted by the university and in some specializations personal interview is also taken. Similarly in M.Tech the admissions are done according to the minimum marks required in graduation (in the related discipline) and a written test. Special preference to GATE Score is given for admission to M.Tech. Admissions to M.Sc. Biotechnology are based on the score in CEED which is conducted by JNU.

M.Sc. programme is available in following specializations:

  • Mathematics/Applied Mathematics
  • Statistics-OR
  • Animal Biology
  • Ocean& Atmospheric Sciences
  • Biotechnology
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biochemistry
  • Plant Biology & Biotechnology
  • Molecular Microbiology
  • Health Psychology
  • Neural & Cognitive Science

M.Tech is available in:

  • Computer Science
  • Information Technology
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Media Biotechnology
  • Bioinformatics
  • Material Engineering
  • IC Technology
  • Computational Technology
  • Integrated M.Tech in Computer Science

Advanced PG Diploma is offered by the University in:

  • Mineral Exploration
  • Folk Culture Studies
  • Counselling Psychology

University also offers MA in multiple disciplines. Admissions to M.A are also based on the minimum marks required to be obtained in graduation (related discipline) which is followed by an entrance test conducted by the University and a personal interview. Following specializations are available in M.A.

M.A. in:

  • Applied Linguistics
  • Sociology
  • Comparative Literature
  • Anthropology
  • Economics
  • Financial Economics
  • English
  • Political Science
  • Philosophy
  • Telugu
  • Urdu
  • History
  • Hindi
  • Education
  • Communication

The University also offers its students various specializations in MPA, PFA and MPH. For admissions to these courses a candidate requires a Bachelor’s degree in the relevant specialization. The candidate will have to also clear the Entrance Examination conducted by the university and a practical test or a personal interview.

Specializations in MPA are offered in:

  • Theatre Arts
  • Bharatnatyam
  • Kuchipudi

Specializations in MFA are offered in:

  • Print Making
  • Painting
  • Sculpture
  • Art History & Visual Studies

University also offers MBA & MCA to its students. Admissions to MCA are according to the Score in NIMCET and counselling. For Admission in MBA, CAT (Common Admission Test) marks are considered which is followed by GD (Group Discussion) and PI (Personal Interview).

MBA specializations are in:

  • MBA General
  • Health Care & Hospital Management
  • Marketing, Finance, Operations
  • Human Resource, Entrepreneurship, Banking
  • Business Analytics

M.Phil aspirants require master’s degree in the relevant subject with minimum of 55% marks which is followed by a written test conducted by the university and a personal interview.

Programmes available in M.Phil are:

  • English Language Studies
  • Dalit & Adivasi Studies & Translation
  • Comparative Literature
  • English
  • Hindi
  • Philosophy
  • Urdu
  • Anthropology
  • Economics
  • Social exclusive & Inclusive Policy
  • History
  • Indian Diaspora
  • Political Science
  • Regional Studies
  • Sociology

Ph.D is also offered by Hyderabad University in the following:

  • Dalit & Adivasi Studies & Translation
  • English Language Studies
  • Chemistry
  • Medical Science
  • Human Rights
  • Sanskrit Studies
  • Mathematics
  • Statistics
  • Computer Science
  • Physics
  • Animal Science
  • Biotechnology
  • Biochemistry
  • Plant Science
  • Applied Linguistics
  • Translation Studies
  • Comparative Literature
  • English
  • Hindi
  • Telugu
  • Philosophy
  • Urdu
  • Anthropology
  • Economics
  • Folk Culture Studies
  • History
  • Indian Diaspora
  • Science Technology & Society Studies
  • Political Science
  • Regional Studies
  • Dance
  • Communication
  • Management Studies
  • Material Science
  • Earth & Space Engineering
  • Psychology
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Women Studies
  • Social Exclusive & Inclusive Policy
  • Sociolgy

DISTANCE EDUCATION

University of Hyderabad also provides opportunity of distance education to its aspirants. Distance education is available in streams like Communicative English, Library, Automation and Networking, Project Management, Telecommunications, Medicobotany, Cyber Law & Intellectual Property Rights, Human Rights, Criminology and Forensic Science, Leadership and Governance, Hindi Translation, Chemical Analysis & Quality Management.

CAMPUS

The Campus of the Hyderabad University is located in Gachibowli and is spread in an area of 2300-odd acres. Campus is very rich in flora and fauna and has around 734 flower plants, 10 species of mammals, 15 species of reptiles and approximately 220 species of birds. It has large area which is under forest cover, and rock formations. It has two perennial lakes and three seasonal lakes. The campus also consists of a protected megalithic site.

The campus has 13 hostels for men and 8 hostels for women. There are two shopping complexes located in North campus and South campus each. Campus possesses four canteens. The Tagore International House is specifically for the international students. Four multipurpose auditoriums are there in the campus with DST auditorium being the biggest one.  The University of Hyderabad is considered as one of the Best Universities of India and have highly qualified faculty members and professors who motivate the students always and are available for them anytime.

The departments of the University are open round the clock. Library has well collection of books and research work. Gym, Medical facilities, Sports complex, wi-fi, etc, are some of the facilities available in the campus.

Hyderabad University is one of the best post graduate Universities of India and it also provides reservation to SC/ST/OBS/PWD and Wards/Dependents of Defence Personnel’s and also Kashmiri Migrants.

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