About Us

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Non-teaching staff


About our University:

The University of Hyderabad (UoH) established by an Act of Parliament in 1974, one of the major institutions of higher education in India is largely devoted to postgraduate studies and is widely known for its excellence in research and for its distinguished faculty. UoH also known as Hyderabad Central University or HCU has emerged as a leading centre of teaching and research. With over 40 different Departments and Centres organized in 12 Schools of study, the University has over 400 faculty and over 5000 students. The University offers close to 120 different programmes of study ranging from doctoral studies to Masters level degrees, as well as a range of post graduate diplomas and short term courses by Distance and Virtual mode. The University hosts an ever increasing number of foreign scholars coming through our Office for International Affairs. The University has built up a reputation for providing high quality academic training, and has been recognized through a number of awards: PURSE, given by the Prime Minister of India, a grading of A, which is the highest, by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). It has been re-accredited with a CGPA of 3.72 out of 4 which puts it in the top league of institutions in the country. UoH was one of the first universities in the country recognized by the UGC as a University with Potential for Excellence (UPE).

An Institute of Eminence:

The Institution of Eminence status, accorded to the university in September 2019, is a recognition of UoH’s standing, ability and potential to move into the league of the world’s best institutions. With the additional funding, autonomy and support from the Government of India, we are positioned and mandated to figure in the World’s 500 Best Universities in the next few years.

Putting students first;
IoE’s emphasis is, first and foremost, its students. It seeks to enable and facilitate improved services, facilities, quality of research opportunities, visibility, collaborations, innovative programmes and courses.

The IoE tagline ‘national needs, global standards’ is to be geared towards academic, financial and administrative support for all its students. A range of plans is being developed towards conferences/workshops (organising, attending), financial aid (travel, research grants), capacity-building programmes, information-dissemination, campus-services, academic assistance, among others.

IoE prepares UoH’s eminent students as the most sought-after employees, researchers and faculty by organisations across the globe.

Capacity Building

IoE also wishes to enable capacity-building among the non-teaching and administrative staff in the form of training programmes across various levels and domains of expertise. To this end, a slew of measures to enable them to attend and organize such programmes is being drawn up.

Boost to faculty output
A university’s global visibility relies heavily on its faculty output. IoE will be funding research projects, outreach activities, capacity-building measures from its faculty. Proposals have been invited for new projects, ideally interdisciplinary and innovative, from faculty.

The university views IoE as a good opportunity in its history to leverage its existing reputation, practices and services to catapult its students into the best and highest leagues globally.