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  • SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS & COMPUTER / INFORMATION SCIENCES
  • Department of Mathematics & Statistics
  • Department of Computer and Information Sciences
  • SCHOOL OF PHYSICS
  • SCHOOL OF CHEMISTRY
  • Department of Biochemistry
  • Department of Plant Sciences
  • Department of Animal Sciences
  • Department of Biotechnology
  • SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES
  • Department of English
  • Department of Philosophy
  • Department of Hindi
  • Department of Telugu
  • Department of Urdu
  • Centre for Applied Linguistics and Translation Studies (CALTS)
  • Centre for Comparative Literature
  • Department of Sanskrit Studies
  • SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
  • Department of Economics
  • Department of History
  • Department of Political Science
  • Department of Sociology
  • Department of Anthropology
  • Centre for Regional Studies
  • Centre for Folk Culture Studies
  • Centre for the study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy
  • Centre for the Study of Indian Diaspora
  • Centre for Knowledge, Culture and Innovation Studies
  • SAROJINI NAIDU SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS, FINE ARTS
  • AND COMMUNICATION
  • Department of Theatre Arts
  • Department of Fine Arts
  • Department of Communication
  • SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
  • SCHOOL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES
  • Centre for Physical Fitness and Sports Sciences
  • SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY (SEST)
  • Special Centre for Integrated Studies (SCIS)
  • University Centre for Earth and Space Sciences (UCESS)
  • Advanced Centre of Research in High Energy Materials (ACRHEM)
  • Centre for Health Psychology
  • Centre for Cognitive Science
  • Centre for Women’s Studies
  • Centre for Modelling Simulation and Design (CMSD)
  • Centre for Distance Education
  • Academic Staff College

THE UNIVERSITY

The University of Hyderabad, a premier institution of postgraduate teaching and research in the country, was established by an Act of Parliament (Act No. 39 of 1974) on 2nd October, 1974 as a Central University, wholly financed by the University Grants Commission.

The “objects of the University” as envisaged in the Act are: “to disseminate and advance knowledge by providing instructional and research facilities in such branches of learning as it may deem fit and by the example of its corporate life, and, in particular, to make special provisions for integrated courses in humanities and science in the educational programmes of the University and to take appropriate measures for promoting inter-disciplinary studies and research in the University.”

The University’s scenic, and serene campus is spread over a vast stretch of land measuring about 2,000 acres, 20 kms from the city of Hyderabad on the old Hyderabad Bombay road. Amidst the picturesque environment of the campus, several buildings catering to the academic needs, support facilities and residential requirements of the campus community have been constructed over the years. The University also has a city campus ‘The Golden Threshold’ the residence of the late Sarojini Naidu which was bequeathed to the University by her daughter, the late Padmaja Naidu.

Schools of Study
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. School of Mathematics and Computer / Information Sciences School of Physics School of Chemistry School of Life Sciences School of Humanities School of Social Sciences Sarojini Naidu School of Performing Arts, Fine Arts and Communication School of Management Studies School of Medical Sciences

10. School of Engineering Sciences & Technology The Schools of Physics, Chemistry, Management Studies, and Engineering Sciences & Technology are single department schools and the others are multi-department schools.

Departments / Centres of Study
The School of Mathematics and Computer / Information Sciences has the following Departments: 1. 2. Department of Mathematics & Statistics Department of Computer and Information Sciences

The School of Life Sciences has the following Departments and a Centre: 1. 2. Department of Biochemistry Department of Plant Sciences

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3. 4. 5.

Department of Animal Sciences Department of Biotechnology UoH DBT Centre for Research and Education in Biology and Biotechnology (CREBB)

The School of Humanities has the following Departments, Centres, and a Cell : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Department of English Department of Philosophy Department of Hindi Department of Telugu Department of Urdu Centre for Applied Linguistics & Translation Studies Centre for Comparative Literature Department of Sanskrit Studies Centre for the Study of Foreign Languages

10. English Language Teaching Cell The School of Social Sciences has the following Departments and Centres: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Department of Economics Department of History Department of Political Science Department of Sociology Department of Anthropology Centre for Regional Studies Centre for Folk Culture Studies Centre for Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy Centre for the Study of Indian Diaspora

10. Centre for Knowledge,Culture & Innovation Studies The S.N. School of Performing Arts, Fine Arts and Communication has the following Departments : 1. 2. 3. 4. Department of Dance Department of Theatre Arts Department of Fine Arts Department of Communication

The School of Medical Sciences has the following Centre: Centre for Physical Fitness and Sports Sciences

Stand-Alone Centres offering Academic Programmes
1. 2. 3. Special Centre for Integrated Studies (SCIS) University Centre for Earth and Space Sciences (UCESS) Advanced Centre of Research in High Energy Materials (ACRHEM)

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4. 5. 6. 7.

Centre for Health Psychology Centre for Cognitive Sciences Centre for Women’s Studies Centre for Modelling Simulation and Design (CMSD)

All the Schools of the University, Departments and Centres are located on the main campus in Gachibowli. Several of the Schools and Departments of the University have obtained financial support from the University Grants Commission under the Special Assistance Programme and COSIST for excellence in teaching and research. Over the years, the teaching and research programmes of the University have been firmly established. The students are selected through a nationwide entrance test. About 30% of the students are Ph.D. scholars and more than 32% of the students are women. Till 31.12.2008, over 16543 students of the University had been awarded various degrees through formal education, which consists of 1,350 Ph.Ds., 3,028 M.Phils. 1,169 M.Techs. and 10,996 postgraduate Degrees and Diplomas. The Faculty of the University include 131 Professors, 86 Readers and 107 Lecturers. The Faculty of the University have published widely and have obtained research support from several funding agencies. Several Faculty members have won national and international awards and honours in recognition of their out-standing work in their respective fields.

ABOUT HYDERABAD

Founded by Quli Qutub Shah in 1591, this large metropolis is unique in its rich architectural glory and blend of diverse linguistic, religious and ethnic groups and is an ideal place indeed to locate a Central University. The weather for most part of the year is pleasant except for the months of April and May when the temperature is likely to go up to 40°C. The intellectual climate is vibrant. Hyderabad is home to nine major Universities and several research institutions, laboratories and libraries.

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SCHOOLS OF STUDIES
SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS & COMPUTER / INFORMATION SCIENCES
The School offers facilities for intensive training and research in the basic areas of Mathematics (including Applied Mathematics), Statistics, Operations Research, and Computer and Information Sciences. The School has two constituent departments, namely: 1) Department of Mathematics & Statistics 2) Department of Computer and Information Sciences Prof. T. Amaranath, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics is the Dean of the School.

Department of Mathematics & Statistics
The Department aims to train people who are oriented towards research and teaching in advanced areas of Mathematics and Statistics. Special attention is given to foundational topics. The Department offers research facilities in the following areas: • Algebra, Analysis (Complex Analysis, Functional Analysis, Global Analysis), Algebraic Geometry, Topology, Algebraic Number Theory, Dynamical Systems. • • Fluid Mechanics. Statistical Inference, Outliers, Regression Diagnostics, Order Statistics, Reliability, Operations Research.

Programmes of study The Department offers M.Sc. and Ph.D. Programmes. The M.Sc. Programme is offered in three streams namely, Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics-Operations Research. This programme is spread over a period of four semesters. For each stream, there are separate core courses and electives. The Department offers Ph.D. programmes in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Statistics and Operations Research. Admission to the Ph.D. Programme is open to both M.Phil. and M.Sc. Students. Students admitted to this programme are required to pass a few courses recommended by the Department in the first year and have to face a comprehensive viva at the end of the 1st year. Only those candidates who qualify in the viva are eligible to continue their registration in the Ph.D. programme of the Department. They are also expected to take part in the weekly Colloquium / Seminar of the School.

Entrance examination The entrance examinations for admission to various courses are aimed at assessing the candidate’s understanding of the concepts rather than capacity for memorization. Admission to M.Sc. (Maths/Applied Maths and Statistics-OR) is based on a written test followed by an interview. The written test consists of objective type questions only.

A majority of the questions for M.Sc. Mathematics/ Applied Mathematics will be on the following topics:

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Sets, sequences, series, limits, continuity, differentiation, integration, graphs of functions, coordinate geometry of two and three dimensions, group theory, vector spaces, matrices, determinants, linear transformations, rank, nullity, eigen values, system of linear equations, elementary probability and logical reasoning. A majority of the questions for M.Sc. Statistics – OR will be on the following topics: • Sets, Sequences, Series, Limits, Continuity, Differentiation, Integration, Graphs of Functions, Vector Spaces, Matrices, Determinants, Linear Transformations. • • Elementary Probability - Events, Independent Events, Conditional Events, Bayes’ Theorem, Chebyshev’s Inequality. Random Variables and their Distributions – Binomial, Poisson, Geometric, Negative Binomial, Uniform, Normal, Exponential, Gamma, Beta. • Inference – Methods of Moments and ML Estimation, Test for Mean and Variance of the normal distribution, Contingency Tables, Simple Linear Regression. • Linear Programming Problem- Graphical Solution.

The admission will be made separately for M.Sc. Mathematics (including Mathematics and Applied Mathematics) and M.Sc. Statistics-Operations Research. At the end of the first year, the students of M.Sc. Mathematics will be given the option to choose in either Mathematics or Applied Mathematics.

Change of option between Mathematics and Statistics-OR is not allowed. There will be separate entrance tests for programmes in Ph.D. Mathematics (including Applied Mathematics) and Statistics-Operations Research. Only those who qualify on the basis of their performance in the written examination will be called for interview. Those candidates who have a UGC-CSIR/NBHM fellowship need not appear for the written exam, but have to appear for the interview. These candidates will be given 45 marks out of 75 for the written exam. A majority of questions in the written test for admission to Ph.D. Programme (Mathematics, Applied Mathematics) will be at the level of M.Sc. in the areas: Real Analysis, Complex Analysis, Algebra, Linear Algebra, Topology, Functional Analysis, Ordinary and Partial differential equations, Calculus of Variations, Classical Mechanics, Numerical Analysis. For Ph.D. (Statistics-OR) the questions will be at the level of M.Sc. in the areas: Probability theory, Statistical Inference, Sampling techniques, Stochastic Processes, Linear Models, Design & Analysis of experiments, Multivariate analysis, Linear Programming. The questions need not only be of the objective type and may require writing out answers. Credit will be given more to the understanding of concepts rather than to mechanical proofs of the results. For a Ph.D. in OR, a person may appear for the admission test either in Applied Mathematics or Statistics-OR.

Infrastructure facilities The Department has good computing facilities. There are four labs. A Statistics lab with 15 PCs and 2 UGC (SAP) labs with 25 Pentium –IV and another Lab with 10 Pentium IV. These labs have licensed versions of Mathematica, SPSS 17.0 and SYSTAT 12 The University Library has been recognized as a Regional Library by the National Board of Higher Mathematics (NBHM).

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Faculty Professors V.Kannan, Ph.D.(Madurai) F.A.Sc., F.N.A. - Topology and Analysis (Pro-Vice-Chancellor - 1) R.Tandon, Ph.D.(Yale) - Algebraic Number Theory, Cryptology (Head of the Department) T. Amaranath, Ph.D. (I.I.T.Madras) F.N.A.Sc. - Fluid Mechanics (Dean of the School) Mirza Iftekhar Beg, Ph.D. (AMU) - Order Statistics V. Suresh, Ph.D. (TIFR, Mumbai) F.A.Sc. – Algebra & Algebraic Geometry S. Kumaresan, Ph.D. (TIFR, Mumbai) – Differential Geometry, Analysis, Pedagogy Readers Sajal Kumar Ray, Ph.D. (I.I.T.Kanpur) - Functional Analysis and Applications Sushma M.Bendre, Ph.D. (Pune) - Outliers and Regression Diagnostics B.Sri Padmavati, Ph.D. (Hyderabad) - Fluid Dynamics G.Lakshma Reddy, Ph.D. (Madras) - Complex Analysis and Applications Ch. Radha, Ph.D. (IIT, Bombay) – Fluid Dynamics B.Shobha, Ph.D. (I.I.T.Delhi) - Statistical Inference and Reliability M.Sumanth Datt, Ph.D. (Hyderabad) - Algebraic Geometry Lecturers Saroj Panigrahi, Ph.D. (Berhampur) – Differential Equations Usha Mohan, Ph.D. (ISI, Bangalore) – Operations Research Vishnu Nambhoothiri K, (M.Sc., Kerala) – Algebraic Number Theory T.K.S. Moothathu, Ph.D. (University of Hyderabad) – Topological Dynamics Sudheesh K.Kattumannil, Ph.D. (Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin) Reliability Honorary Professor M.S.Raghunathan, F.R.S. – Lie groups and algebraic groups Dr. Homi J. Bhabha Chair Professor B.L.S. Prakasa Rao, Ph.D. (MSU, USA) F.A.Sc; F.N.A; F.N.A.Sc. – Probability, Inference & Stochastic Processes Adjunct Professor Prof. P. Bhimasankaram, Ph.D. (ISI, Calcutta) -Applied Analysis Linear Models, Multivariate Analysis, Linear Algebra

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Sc. The Department currently executes several research projects (funded by MIT. Programmes of Study The Department offers four different programmes of study leading to: M. Cognition. students. Grid Computing. of India has recognized the Department’s research contribution by funding it under FIST programme. Italy. Machine Learning. financial assistance is available for all the students admitted to various programmes. Speech Processing. Image Processing. E-Commerce. ISRO. the Department also participates in the M.Tech. Vision. Italy. M. National University of Singapore.C. The quality of education in the Department not only attracts high calibre students from different parts of our country but also a good number of international students. Natural Language Engineering. UGC. programme with more than 60 registered students as on date. Information Science and Artificial Intelligence. M.A. 7 . Ph. ISTL.D. the Department has signed MoUs with IBM. students may have opportunity to work at University of Trento. Business Process Re-engineering. Enterprise Resource Planning. and in Information Technology with specialization in Banking Technology and Information Security. In addition. Formal Methods in Software Engineering. Conditions apply. Forensic Document Analysis. Macau and University of Trento. programme in Computational Techniques run by School of Physics.Tech. INCOIS etc. it has initiated academic collaboration with United Nations University/International Institute of Software Technology. MHA.Tech.A. Logic. The Department maintains active contacts with both industry and research labs and participates in developing state-of-art computing systems. For strengthening research. Geographical Information Systems. M. The current research areas include Computer Networks and Distributed Processing. (Computer Science).Tech. Parallel & Grid Computing. Department of Science and Technology (DST). M. The Department has the unique distinction of offering M.D. Mobile Computing. (Information Technology) with specialization in Banking Technology & Information Security in collaboration with IDRBT and Ph. Berlin etc. Govt. Freie University. As the Department always has a high priority for research.) on Content-Based Image Retrieval. System Security and Grid Middleware etc.Tech. Recently. Pattern Recognition. Natural Language and Speech Processing. programmes in Artificial Intelligence. In addition. GATE fellowships may be considered for the eligible M. it strongly encourages fresh and brilliant students to participate in the above exciting research programmes as full-time Ph. Data Base Management Systems. Software Engineering. Bioinformatics.D.. Data Warehousing and Data Mining.Tech (Bio-Informatics) of School of Life Sciences and 5-year Integrated M.D. Neural Networks. The Department has a very vibrant Ph. in Computer Science.Tech. Decision Support Systems. Artificial Intelligence. (Artificial Intelligence).Department of Computer and Information Sciences The Department of Computer and Information Sciences offers high quality post-graduate teaching and research programmes in all major areas of Computing. and M.. Sierra Atlantic and Altair Engineering to promote research and teaching programme in Business Processes Reengineering and Middleware Technology. Computer and Network Security. DST. students by the UGC/AICTE as per their norms. courses. DRDO.

A good TOEFL score is desirable for admission of foreign students to Ph. In order to support this ability a good score in TOEFL is desirable.D.Tech.Tech. (IT) those working in Banks/Financial Institutions with a minimum of 3 years work experience will be considered.Tech.Tech.Tech.two semesters of course work and two semesters of project work. M. M. Conditions apply. A candidate seeking admission in this category into M. (CS/AI) must submit (along with application) the organizations willingness to pay One Lakh Rupees per candidate (one time) to the development fund of the Department.D.Tech. M. This programme is meant for students already well equipped in computing sciences and as such imparts advanced training in all the major areas of artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies. programme should have required qualification. is as follows: Sponsored candidates: Employees with a minimum 2 years of work experience in IT companies registered with STPI or NASSCOM or Central Government Organizations can apply for M. Candidates should have ability to communicate in English. students should submit a letter of reference. in particular. programme. for the financial-banking sector. programme is offered on full time. This unique M. Note: Sponsored and foreign candidates seeking admission in the M. 8 .Tech. minor projects and assignments.two semesters of course work and two semesters of project work meant for graduates in engineering discipline and postgraduates in related sciences. (CS/AI/IT) programmes are exempted from the GATE qualification.Tech. M.art expertise to the students through innovative learning supported by high caliber research and technology leadership to create a pool of responsible and resourceful IT professionals. This programme is meant for graduates in engineering disciplines and postgraduates in related sciences and as such it includes both fundamental topics and advanced topics for specialization. term papers. Programme aims to prepare graduates in all the major areas of Computer Science. A few fellowships are provided by IDRBT for selected research scholars admitted to the Ph.In all the courses.A.Tech. classroom teaching is supplemented with seminars. (Artificial Intelligence) is also a four-semester course . Sponsored candidates are required to appear in interview only. Foreign candidates: Foreign nationals seeking admission in M. For M. In addition. The training is rigorous and involves five semesters of course work and one semester of project work. part time and external registration basis as per the University regulations.two semesters of course work and two semesters of project work. relevant aspects of Mathematics and Management so that they can take up both technical and managerial positions in industry. data mining. The general information on admission of sponsored candidates and Foreign nationals in M.Tech. etc. such as machine learning. An idea about the areas of research can be obtained from the departmental objectives and Faculty profile.D. (Computer Science) is a four-semester course . programme in Information Technology with specialization in Banking Technology and Information Security aims at imparting in-depth knowledge and state-of. The Ph. Candidates should have requisite qualifications for admission. Candidates are required to pay usual tuition and other fees as prescribed by the University for other students.C. admission in CS/AI. (Information Technology) is a four-semester programme .

Admission and tuition fees for all the three M. Number Systems. are required to pass a comprehensive examination within a period of 1 year from the date of admission. Trigonometry. Graph Theory. programmes are uniform. Request for change of option will not be entertained. programme in the department will be governed by the following rules: All candidates admitted to Ph. Relations. Vectors.e. in January and July.D. comprehension and synthesis).D.Tech. Determinants. Elementary Probability and Statistics. to be decided by the Doctoral Committees of the candidates concerned. short answer questions. Comprehensive exams will be conducted twice a year.Tech. whether full time. Differentiation. The result of the supplementary must be notified on the last working day of August. On successful completion of the four papers. The comprehensive exam will be a written examination and will consist of four papers (2 core papers and 2 elective papers). programme The candidates admitted to Ph. No entrance examination or any interviews will be conducted. three reference letters. Passing the comprehensive examination means passing each of the papers with a minimum of 50% marks. In order to support the claim a good score in TOEFL is desirable. will be the basis for admission. in Computer Science.D. Computer Programming. and statement of purpose. Algorithms. Matrices. in the department. Students of the last year can take supplementary examination for the course he/she has failed.D. Automata. The written test for admission to the Ph. Candidates must indicate their research interest. Initial Admission is provisional and subject to candidate passing the comprehensive examination. Algorithms and Flowcharts.D.D. Part ‘A’ deals with general mental ability (consisting of items on reasoning. The written test consists of objective type questions in two parts. Differential Equations. the candidate will be allowed to continue the registration for Ph. Foreign students are required to submit past academic records. i. At the time of interview candidates must come prepared with a tentative research plan write-up of maximum of 4 pages. his/her admission stands automatically cancelled. The written test covers the areas of Computer Organization. Pre-Ph. Integration. GATE scores. Supplementary examination will be conducted once in a year say before 20th of August every year. Database Management Systems. Division of students between Computer Science. Discrete Mathematics. Artificial Intelligence and Information Technology courses is based on only GATE scores in Computer Science and Information Technology. programme will have objective type questions. Computer Networks.Entrance Examination Admission to the MCA programme is based on the written test conducted by the University. course work for registration to Ph. Artificial Intelligence and Information Technology is based on the options they have exercised at the time of applying. Analytical Geometry. part time or external. Admission to M. Part ‘B’ deals with mathematical topics such as Sets. In case a candidate is unable to pass the comprehensive exam within 1 year and 1 month. They must have good ability to communicate in English. Data Representation. in order of merit. analysis. All the four papers can be cleared in a single sitting or can be cleared in two different sittings. descriptive questions and technical comprehension. 9 . Data Structures. The number of candidates called for interview is four times the available seats. Operating Systems.

(Osmania University) .D.Combinatorial Optimization using Heuristic & Metaheuristic techniques Siba Kumar Udgata.D. Networks and Architecture 10 . Ph. Computer Vision and Image Processing Lab. (EOL). Software Engineering.S. Murti. Grid Computing.T.K..D. C. Adobe Premiere. Pattern Recognition.L. D. (EOL). Ph.Distributed Computing. (I. (I. Image Processing equipment such as flat-bed scanners.I. Fractal Geometry. are available in the department. (SVU) – Speech Synthesis. Durga Bhavani. Speech Recognition.T. (I. Computer Vision. Ph. S. Intelligent Agents K.T.I.M. (RPI. Ph.Infrastructural facilities The facilities at the Department include a variety of computing machines such as SUN Workstations. Speech Technologies.R. there is also a well-equipped University Computer Centre and state-of-the-art high performance computing facilities at CMSD. Logic and Reasoning. Windows 98 etc. Pattern Recognition and Neural Networks. (on EOL) Arun Agarwal. It also hosts a resource center for Telugu Language funded by MCIT. Computer Networks.D. Finance & Legal Info Systems. Cognitive Modeling.I.T. Hrushikesha Mohanty. Girija. Red Hat Linux etc. MS Windows NT Back office. Lasers and Deskjet Printers are also available to students. Computer Vision. Rajeev Wankar. Ph. Ph. Spoken Dialog Systems.Narayana Murthy. Human Computer Interaction. High Speed Pentium based Multi-Media Personal Computers with high precision Graphics Cards. SMIEEE.Sc. e-commerce. FIETE.A (KUL. Faculty Professors Arun Kumar Pujari.D.Kharagpur) .(I.D. (Hyderabad) M. 20˝ high -resolution monitors. Business Process Reengineering. (I. Ph.Kanpur) . Image Processing. Mathematical Modeling Alok Singh.I.Tech. Readers P. (Hyderabad) . all equipped with the latest software packages.D.I. CCD-Cameras.Analysis of Algorithms. Apart from the departmental facilities.Combinatorial Algorithms. CD-writers. Pattern Recognition.. multi-lingual text. L. (I.Natural Language Engineering.I.Mobile Computing. MS Office 2000. Dragon Naturally speaking software.Pattern Recognition and its Applications. P. Belgium). Ph. Ph. USA) . Knowledge Discovery. (Head of the Department).Kharagpur) M. network support and cluster systems.Phil. (University of Allahabad) . USA) . Ph. MS Visual Studio 6. Govt. Atul Negi.D.T Delhi). (UTA.D. Indore) – Parallel & Grid Computing. Chakravarthy Bhagvati. Software such as 3D-Studio Max.Decision Support Systems.N. running Linux. the Department has set up Software Engineering lab. of India. Bapi Raju Surampudi. Delhi) B. Ph. (University of Hyderabad) . Raghavendra Rao.Simulation & Modeling. Network & Security Systems lab besides Embedded Systems Lab.B. Under DST-FIST programme. Spoken Language Processing lab. Data Mining.D. (DAVV. Mobile Computing. Ph.Image Processing. Bangalore) .Neural Networks.0..D.D. These facilities are also continually augmented through funded research projects as well as industrial consultancy projects. (Berhampur) . Windows NT. Ph.D.

V. Kolkata) Cryptography Theory of Computation.Phil(CS) – Incremental Mining. Unix Internals Rajendra Prasad Lal. Operating Systems. Cryptography. 11 . Ph. (Osmania University). Network Forensics. (University of Hong Kong). Networking. Subba Rao.U. Faculty of IDRBT V. Anupama.Bioinformatics. (JNTU) . Sobha Rani.D (University of Hyderabad). M. Internet and Intranet Technology. Ph. Logics in Artificial Intelligence. Data Forensics. Multiple Criteria Optimization.Speech Processing. Software Engineering. (UMBC. Embedded Systems. Machine Learning Techniques.H. (IISc. (Griffith University. MBA (IGNOU). M. Information Retrieval.. PSVS Sai Prasad. Time-Variant Databases M. Computational Geometry. Systems Security. Databases and Internet.D. Vadlamani Ravi. Digital Image Processing & Pattern Recognition. Sivakumaran.Tech. DBMS. (B. MTech (CS) (JNTU. Multimedia. Deekshatulu. Varanasi).V. Networking. Customer Relationship Management.Tech (CSE). Mahil Carr. Networks. USA). Ph. Nagamani. Speech Recognition. (ISI. M. Cognitive psychology.D. Research Methodology. Intelligent tutoring system. Programming Languages. Systems Security. Lecturers Y. P. M. M. Prasad. Ph. Pervasive Computing. Radha. M. Vineet C. N.Tech.K..D. Fuzzy Control. (Andhra University) – Object Oriented Design with UML. M. MCA(SKU).Lecturer (Senior scale) T. Risk Modeling. Prasanthi Nilayam) – Neural Networks. Ph. Ph. Computer Applications. M. Language Processors. P.Tech. IIT-Delhi) – Graph Algorithms. Nair. Hyderabad) . Rukma Rekha. Australia) – Knowledge Representation and Reasoning. Sastry. Total Branch Automation Packages. K.D. M.V. Fuzzy Optimization & Fuzzy Rule based classification models and applications. V. Bangalore.N.L. Kharagpur). Swarupa Rani. Fellow IEEE) – Remote Sensing.D. Visiting Professor B. M.D.Tech (Computer Applications. Wilson Naik. Multi-Agent Systems. Mathematical Programming. (IIT.S.N.(JNTU). Image Processing and Security.Tech (Sri Satya Sai University. Ph.

Ph. M. The School has vigorous research programmes to train Ph. (Physics) (in collaboration with Special Centre for Integrated Studies). Waves and Optics. and Atomic / Molecular Physics. VLSI and Signal processing. non-linear optics. and Ph. Electrodynamics. Kinetic Theory and Thermodynamics.Sc. thin films. Integrated M. M. The courses taken by all the students include Classical Mechanics. During the fourth semester. Lasers. DST has provided support under the FIST programme. critical phenomena. scholars and has achieved national and international recognition in the areas of condensed matter physics. percolation. heavy quarks. Quantum Mechanics (2). besides laboratory courses in Electronics. M. The areas of research include high Tc superconductivity.D. The courses taken by the students during the first five semesters are Mechanics and properties of matter. quantum computing. M. glasses and ceramics. semiconductors and super lattices. Modern Physics and Nuclear Physics.Sc.. Vipin Srivastava is the Dean of the School. (Physics). Emphasis is on tutorials and problem solving. Computer Applications. M.SCHOOL OF PHYSICS The School of Physics has developed high quality teaching programmes at the M.D. students may opt for one of the following specializations: a) Particle Physics and Field Theory b) Solid State Physics c) Laser Physics and Modern Optics d) Electronics (Suspended temporarily) 12 . stochastic-quantization. Solid State Physics. Programmes of Study The School offers Integrated M.Sc. TWAS. Special Relativity and Electromagnetism. Introductory Particle Physics. and Ph. modern quantum optics including Femto second laser experiments and theory. ion-solid interactions. molecular dynamics. in Computational Techniques. in Electronics Science. quantum chromo dynamics. Mathematical Methods (2). (Physics): This programme is of five years (10 semesters) duration culminating in a project. Digital Electronics. Statistical Mechanics.Tech. phase transitions.Tech. nanostructured materials. Laser Physics. high energy physics. magnetism. Prof. Electronics. in Physics. the Academy of Science for Developing Countries has recognized the School as a Centre of Excellence. ferroelectrics and microwave devices. quantum optics and laser physics.Sc (Physics): This programme is of four semesters duration. There is a strong emphasis on problem solving and learning experimental techniques. The first three semesters cover the fundamentals of the subject. levels with student-teacher ratio highly favourable for individual attention.Sc. localization. non-linear dynamics. CP violation. in IC Technology. Electromagnetic Theory and Modern Physics. Microwaves. neural networks.D.Tech. Nuclear Physics. low-dimensional systems. Solid State Physics. liquid crystals.D. quantum field theory. materials science and electronics science. The School has been selected by the UGC as a Centre for Advanced Studies to strengthen its teaching and research programmes under the Special Assistance Programme.

The first two semesters involve formal instructions.In addition.Sc. special IC design (such as DSP). mathematical methods. M. pattern recognition. wavelet transforms. integrated optics and computer simulation techniques. digital systems design. heat and thermodynamics. graduates. Technology): This is a four semester programme with two semesters of course work and two semesters of project work. electricity and magnetism. modern physics.E. speech recognition. 13 . The curriculum also includes laboratory courses covering all the above subjects. direct discrete methods.: Admission to the Ph. programming methodology. The objective of this programme is to train physicists in modern areas of computational techniques suitable for solving physics problems using simulation methods. The student is required to show satisfactory progress throughout the period of research as well as fulfill other requirements prescribed by the School. This programme is being offered with the participation of the Department of Computer and Information Sciences of the University. requirements include prescribed course work and submission of research results in the form of a thesis and defense of the thesis in a viva voce. algorithms and computer graphics. disorder. cellular automata. Short listed candidates from among those who qualify have to appear for an interview. quantum computing. matrices and determinants. data structures. both in teaching as well as in the project work.Phil. MEMS. electronics and measurements) and mathematics (algebraic equations. Technology will be covered. light.Sc.D registration.C. nano-devices. Ph. This is a research programme with students undertaking research under the supervision of a Faculty member.Tech. M. The Ph.D. wave motion.Tech.D.Tech. The subjects covered include: numerical techniques. In addition to existing Faculty. M..D programme are required to undergo course work. and B. Satisfactory completion of course work with at least 50% marks is a prerequisite for confirmation of Ph. in Computational Techniques: This is a four semester programme open to students with Master’s Degree in Physics or related areas. while the third and fourth semesters are devoted to project work. Monte Carlo techniques and molecular dynamics. general properties of matter. file structures. The project work in the third and fourth semesters may be carried out in School of Physics or Department of Computer and Information Sciences. and private laboratories / industries will be participating in this programme./B. experts in this area from both Govt. image processing. or other recognised R & D centres in Hyderabad.C. The second semester offers four electives to be chosen from: evolutionary computing. (Physics) will mainly be in Physics (mechanics. a student can opt for a course of 100 maximum marks among the current topics run in any inter-disciplinary subject/department of the University. All students admitted into the Ph. IC fabrication techniques. differential and integral calculus including limits. rf/microwave IC’s. Entrance examination The test for M. programme is open to M. on a topic approved by the School. The programme is designed to impart broad based knowledge in Integrated Circuit Technology. kinematics. numerical techniques required in the field of I. computer organization. vectors. (I. The curriculum involves theory courses covering semiconductor physics. elementary differential equations and elementary functions and their graphs). fabrication techniques. All cutting edge technology aspects involving design techniques.D.

e.D. For admission to the Ph. microwaves. pulsed laser deposition system. Complex Numbers and Integration. dye laser and Femto second laser facilities. syllabi of Indian Universities i. Wafer inspection microscope. Complex Numbers and Integration. wire bonder. Electronics. error estimates. A liquid Helium plant has been 14 . ESR. The examination will consist of objective type questions. (Electronics Science). Solid State Physics. Matrices.D. including mask aligner. Semiconductor Devices. closed cycle helium refrigerator.Sc. a separate written test will be based on the typical M. RF sputtering units. Control Systems. have commissioned. Relativity. etc. Electromagnetic Theory.Tech. cutting and surface polishing equipment. Electromagnetic Theory.V measurement system. Laser spectroscopy using pulsed Nd-YAG high power helium-neon and nitrogen lasers. profiler. The material covered in the written test will be based on the typical M.Tech. in Physics. INEL X-ray diffractometer with wide angle position sensitive detector. in IC Technology. Calculus and Differential Equations. arc-melting furnace and RF induction furnace. For admission to Ph. the written test will be based on syllabi at M. Relativity. scriber. high vacuum coating machine. atomic force microscope. Mossbauer and laser Raman spectrometers are also available. Heat & Thermodynamics. NMR. CW tunable Ar ion laser. Microfabrication facilities. Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics. syllabi of Indian Universities i. (Physics) and another for Ph. vibrating sample magnetometer. The examination will consist of objective type questions. For admission to M. Communications. Modern Physics. Quantum Mechanics. in Electronics Science./B.E. recently been set up. there will be a written test and an interview.D. simultaneous measurement of electro optic and dielectric properties.There will be two separate entrance examinations – one for Ph.. Short listed candidates will be called for interview. Nano Indenter. Quantum Mechanics. in Computational Techniques. the eligibility criterion will be a valid GATE score in one of the following subjects: Electronics and Communication Engineering. The written test will be followed by an interview for the short listed candidates..D.Sc. Solid State Physics.V & I. temperature controlled ovens. Numerical Analysis. continuous flow cryostat and electronic equipment for measurement of electrical and thermal transport properties. Modern Physics. Matrices. Instrumentation Engineering and Physics. PCB layout design tools) are also available.Tech. Digital Electronics. Electromagnetic theory.e. For admission to M. Signal Processing. Electronics. spin coater. Classical Mechanics. plus computer related questions. Quantum Mechanics. Circuits. level covering electronics and physics such as Basic Mathematics. Solid State Physics. microprocessors. Varieties of EDA tools (complete VLSI tools from FPGA implementation. Infrastructural facilities Materials preparation and characterization facilities including Nanocluster deposition systems. Optics.Sc. Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics. Scanning Probe Microscope. Classical Mechanics. and B. C. pulsed NMR. facilities to investigate field cycling NMR spectrometer. graphs. The examination will consist of objective type questions. The written test will be followed by an interview for the short listed candidates. vector network analyzer are some of the facilities available. Calculus and Differential Equations. crystal growth equipment.

(Delhi) .P.Phys. F. Murthy.D. DST. Path Integrals (T) (Head. Ph. Magnetism and Superconductivity. P (London) . (Delhi) .(I. (I. Ph. Ph.T. CSIR.D. Ph.A.Quantum Optics (T) Suneel Singh. Surface Physics. (Roorkee) . (Hyderabad) . Microwave materials and characterization techniques (E) 15 .Quantum Optics. Ph.. (I.Kanpur). Ph. D.D..D.I.I. Ph. Magnetic Resonance. Nanomaterials (E) S. James Raju.A. Ph.Kanpur) . Non Linear Dynamics (T) V. Rajaram.(I.T.Kharagpur).Microwave Electronics. The school has a teaching laboratory with 15 terminals connected to a Pentium server.Non-linear Laser Spectroscopy (E) Bindu A Bambah.S.D.Inst. Ph.Condensed Matter Physics.Atomic Collisions in Solids.I. Sastry.Elementary Particles.I.Nonlinear Optics (T) D.N. (I.D. C.A. Ph. Critical and Re-entrant Phenomena (E) V.N. CMSD/HPCF computer facility is used for simulation work. Superconductivity and Magnetism (E) S.Sc. Monte Carlo Simulation (T) Theory. NZ) F. F. Ph. Quantum Field Theory.Condensed Matter Physics. (Madras) .D.T.I.D.Sc. Ph.Condensed Matter Physics (T) M.Condensed Matter Physics.T.D.D.Madras) . .D. Device Fabrication. Bombay) .P. (Waikato.Phys. Neural Networks.I.Condensed Matter Physics. C. Bansal.Narayana Rao. (I. Phase Transformations.D.D.. Seshubai.D.I.. Phase Transitions.C. Superlattices & Heterostructures (T & E) S.A. Stochastic Processes.N. F. F. Ph.Condensed Matter Physics.Computer facilities A number of PCs are networked through LAN with the Computer Centre so that internet and E-Mail facilities are directly accessible from laboratories and Faculty offices. Kapoor.D. Ph.K. ISRO and DOE for research work. Ph. Dutta Gupta. Readers P. (Chicago) – Particle Physics. Ultrasonics. Ph. DAE. Siva Kumar.. F. Ph. (Moscow) . Bangalore) .I. Nonlinear Optics (T) S.D.D.N. F. Feroelectric thin films. C. Ph. Ph. Radiation Damage. Brain Function Modeling (T) (Dean of the School) C. Pathak.Inst. DRDO. (IIT.D. Magnetism.P.I.Madras) ..Sc. RF MEMS.D. (Jadavpur) .D. (London).Quantum Optics (T) K. Sunandana.Condensed Matter Physics. Mossbauer Spectroscopy.Condensed Matter Physics (E) Rajender Singh. (Hyderabad) Equilibrium and non-Equilibrium Statistical Physics. Computer Simulations (E) A. K.Sc.S. Chaturvedi.Condensed Matter Physics. Bombay) .Special Centre for Integrated Studies (SCIS) Vipin Srivastava.T.S. Kaul. Tewari. The School attracts substantial funding from agencies such as UGC.Quantum Field Theory (T) G.T.N. Ananta Lakshmi.Kanpur) . (Hyderabad) . Faculty Professors A. (TIFR. Madras) .A. (TIFR.Sc.P. – Space Quantum Field Non-Equilibrium Phenomena (T). Magnetism and Superconductivity (E) Ashok Chatterjee. Ph.D. (I. Ph.T.

Somayaji. Ph. Particle Physics (T) Visiting Professor Subodh R. Digital Signal Processing (E & T) Ashok Vudayagiri.Chandrasekhar Chair Professor A. (Columbia) – High Energy Physics. Ph. Srinath.D. Professor. (Hyderabad) – Quantum field theory and gravity (T) Guest Faculty P. (I. Sabat.D.S.Cosmology (T) Janaki Balakrishnan. Multiferroics (E) E. Hyderabad. Quantum Information (E) Surajit Dhara.D.D.D. ECE Dept. (Maryland) – Materials Science (E) Jawaharlal Nehru Chair Professor H. Ph. Ph.N. Shenoy. Ph.) – Semiconductor Device. Ph.D (Yale) – Condensed Matter Physics (T) 16 . Distinguished Faculty S.A.D. Suresh.D.I. (A..D. Communication. Ph.D. Bhatnagar. (Delhi)– Dynamical systems. Physics. Thin Films and Sensors (E) P.S. Ghanashyam Krishna. (Hyderabad) – Quantum Optics.K.Sc. Ph.D.D. (Berhampur) – Embedded Systems. (Cochin) .D.U) – Electronic Circuit Design.D. (Hyderabad) – Photonics Devices – Fiber optic devices.K.D. Ph. Ph. Laser Cooling. Polymer optic devices – Optical interferometry (E) Lecturers Rukmani Mohanta. Ph. Vasavi Engineering College. Magnetic oxides. Ph.Harikumar. (Utkal) – High Energy Physics (T) Samrat L. stochastic processes. Bangalore) – Nanostructured Materials. Ph.M. problems motivated by biology. Ph. (Hyderabad) – Condensed matter physics. (IISc. Multilayers/thin films. IC Technologies. Magnetic nanostructures.Mani. T. Govindacharyulu. (RRI Bangalore) – Liquid Crystals) (E & T) S. Ph. quantum field theory (T) Nirmal K Viswanathan.

Sc. 2 laboratory courses each in Organic. The School receives support from a large number of research grants from funding agencies like DST and CSIR. degree course has no specialization. The School has been identified by DST for support under the new FIST programme at Level II. The syllabus lays emphasis on current developments in chemical science.Sc. degree course freedom to take up research in a variety of specialized fields which range from the intersections of chemistry with biology on the one hand and with physics on the other. Basavaiah is the Dean of the School. computational chemistry and chemical physics. The Ph. programme run by the SCIS. The School also participates in the five year Integrated M. Physical and Theoretical Chemistry.161/ or www. The syllabus is upgraded continuously. Biological Chemistry and also project work by each student in the IV semester.Sc.85. however students take elective courses and a research project in a chosen area in the IV semester. Programmes The M. UGC has selected School of Chemistry to establish the UGC-Networking centre to facilitate short term visits for 50-60 researchers (research scholars and teachers) and students (M.SCHOOL OF CHEMISTRY The School of Chemistry is a dynamic centre for research at the frontiers of chemical sciences. programme lasting four semesters comprises 3 courses each in Organic. and B.4. Programmes of study The School admits students to the M. Mathematics for Chemists.Sc. and Ph.2004. programme is entirely research-oriented in which a student undertakes research under the guidance of the Faculty of the School in an area chosen by him/her and approved by the School. D.uohyd.Sc. The specific research areas of the individual Faculty members are mentioned against their names.41. and a wide variety of subjects within the inorganic domain.D.Sc. The emphasis at the curricular level is to give a broad coverage of all branches of chemistry in keeping with the interdisciplinary nature of the subject today. supramolecular and materials chemistry. Further information and details of the program can be obtained from the School website.D. The M.D.ernet. Materials Chemistry. there is an emphasis on areas such as synthetic.chem. Inorganic. The School of Chemistry has made notable impact on the chemical research scene and is widely acclaimed at the international and national levels. UGC has selected the School of Chemistry as a Centre for Advanced Studies under Special Assistance Programme effective from 1. programme may also be 17 . Some of the unique features of the programme are special courses in Instrumentation and Computer Applications.in Prof. Students admitted to the Ph.) from other Universities. This gives students completing the M. international collaborative projects and industrial projects. Within the mainstream. bioorganic and medicinal chemistry.Sc. Inorganic and Physical Chemistry and elective courses. The School website can be reached at http://202.

Desiraju.. The School also uses the facilities at the Central Instrumentation Laboratory. Eigenspectral. Financial Support M. F. scanning electron microscope.Sc. F.Sc. electrochemistry equipment.A. Part I contains objective type questions and carries 25 marks. The NMR facility in the School consists of 200 MHz and 400 MHz spectrometers. level.Sc. degree course consists of objective type questions. which includes X-band ESR spectrometer. – Structural Chemistry 18 . F.W. Part II contains short answer questions and numerical problems and carries 50 marks. atomic force microscope and dynamic light scattering apparatus.. Entrance Examinations The written test for admission to the M. For admission to M.Sc.A.T. and Ph. This part consists of multiple choice questions and carries negative marks for wrong answers.. A single crystal X-ray diffractometer facility was established in 1997.Sc. Kanpur) – Confined quantum systems. Part II contains 30 questions (10 each from Organic. (Illinois).. confocal microscope and vibrating sample magnetometer. Ph. F. However. The question paper for the test consists of two parts. polarimeter. Ph. it is now supplemented with a CCD detector based diffractometer. powder X-ray diffractometer. (IIT. Applications from candidates who have passed the NET of the CSIR/UGC with a JRF qualification may join with the interested member of the Faculty of the School at any time of the year for claiming the fellowship. The School has ample computing facility consisting of a large number of workstations and personal computers. consists of two parts. and Ph. Infrastructure facilities The School is well equipped with a wide range of sophisticated analytical equipment such as infrared and UV-visible spectrometers. the short listed candidates among those who qualify in the written test have to appear for an interview. Inorganic and Physical Chemistry) at the M.D. Access to most of the important journals are available online.A.D. level general Chemistry and basic Mathematics. single photon counting spectrofluorimeter.N.A. the candidate is required to answer any 10 questions.D. admission will be considered as per the rules of the University four times in a year as per the approved schedule. Simulation and Design is also extensively used by the School. students who do not receive any other financial support.Sc. high sensitivity differential scanning calorimeter laser flash photolysis setup. The paper consists of multiple choice questions and carries negative marks for wrong answers. circular dichroism spectrometer.S.required to “undergo some course work’ or take some remedial courses depending on their background and the demands of their research. will be provided scholarships by the University. isothermal titration calorimeter. Faculty Professors Kalidas Sen. the state-of-the-art high performance computing facility available at the Centre for Modeling. spectrofluorimeters. The internet and email facility provided by the University is effectively utilized by the School for scientific correspondence work. Part I carries 25 marks and Part II carries 75 marks.N. information theoretical and complexity studies Gautam R. The written test for Ph. GC-MS and LC-MS chromatographic systems.D. differential scanning calorimeter.D. CHNS elemental analyzer.Sc. Candidates are expected to have sound knowledge of B.

Ph. Ph. F.A. Pune) – Organic Chemistry.A. Chandrasekhar.D.D. (BHU) F.A.D. F. Ph. (IISc. Ph. Sensor Materials and Fuel Cell D. (Max-Planck) . Bangalore) F.D. Crystal Engineering. (NCL.. Time-resolved Spectroscopy Samudranil Pal. F.A. (IIT. (Madras) – Organic Chemistry: Synthesis of Heterocycles and Catalytic Organic reactions Lecturers Pradeepta Kumar Panda. Cocrystals and Polymorphism K.D.D. Ph. Bangalore).C. F.A.D. Organometallics and Chiral Reagents D. Kanpur) – Inorganic and Supramolecular Chemistry K. (IISc. Bangalore) – Synthetic Carbohydrate Chemistry Akhil Kumar Sahoo. Bhuyan. – Supramolecular Chemistry. Computational Chemistry Ashwini Nangia.D. Ramachary. Periasamy.D.Sc.Physical Chemistry. F.D.Sc. .A. (IIT. Ph.P. Nagarajan.A.D.Sc. Main Group Chemistry Anunay Samanta. F.D.. Ph. Rangarajan Balamurugan.. Biological and Material Aspects of Porphyrinoids. (IISc. Radhakrishnan.Sc.. Ph..N. Ph.N.D. (Calcutta) – Theoretical Chemistry: Quantum Dynamics and Many Body Theories T.V. Ph.A..A. Bangalore) – Bio-Inorganic. (Univ. Kanpur) – Synthetic Organic Chemistry. Kanpur) – Clusters: Main group. Lalitha Guruprasad. (IISc. (Princeton) F.N. Bangalore) – Synthetic Organic Chemistry.D.D. Kumara Swamy.D.M. – Organic Chemistry: The Baylis Hillman Chemistry.N. Ph. (IIT.Materials Chemistry.Sc.A. Ph. of Pennsylvania) .A. F.Sc. Non-adiabatic Chemistry (Professor – ACRHEM) Abani K. Ph.NMR Spectroscopy.. Ph. F. (Yale). (Osmania) – Structural Biology Tushar Jana. Photochemistry. Physics and Biology of Biological Molecules (Professor – ILS) Readers Samar Kumar Das. Theoretical Aspects of Organocatalysis and engineering multi-catalysis cascade (MCC) reactions R.D. Ph. (Jadavpur) – Polymer Chemistry and Materials Science. (IIT.Sc. Kanpur) – Theoretical Chemical Dynamics.. – Biophysical Chemistry Susanta Mahapatra. .Sc. Durga Prasad.Sc.– Organic Chemistry. (IISc. Transition and Lanthanides Ramu Sridhar.A. Ph.D. Ph.N. Ph. Basavaiah. Material/Medicinal Chemistry. Organometallic Chemistry R. Ph. Engineering Asymmetric Organocatalysis.B. Ph. Bio organic and supramolecular Chemistry: Synthesis and Exploration of Chemical.Materials Chemistry 19 .D. (IIT. Bangalore) F. Fluorescence Spectroscopy. Madras) – Inorganic Chemistry M. Ph. Rajasekharan. (IIT.A. (Jadavpur) F. Ph.D. (IISc. F. Ph. Kanpur) – Synthetic Main Group Chemistry and Polymers Viswanathan Baskar.N. Ph.N. Muralidharan. Swamy.D.Organophosphorus Chemistry.Sc. (Jadavpur) – Coordination and Organometallic Chemistry Musti J.D. Polymer Gels.D.D. Development of Inhibitors for Biological Functions K.A. Chiral Catalysis (Dean of the School) M.

and DST: The School has been a recipient of UGC Special Assistance Programme since 1990.G. Prof. Molecular Biology & Neurochemistry. with the following thrust areas for teaching and research : 1. Plant Biotechnology. The Phase III of UGC-Special Assistance (DSA) operated during 2002-2007. Prof.Sc. Adjunct Professors The following eminent scientists are appointed as Adjunct Professors in the School of Life Sciences and their specializations are indicated in parentheses: 1. Ph. The School of Life Sciences has also set up ‘state of the art’ facilities for Proteomics and Functional Genomics including Microarray facilities. the School is participating in two P. A. The Department of Biotechnology (CREBB) has contributed Rs. Department of Animal Sciences 4. with a total cost of approximately Rs. 2. UoH-DBT Centre for Research and Education in Biology and Biotechnology (CREBB) A UoH-DBT Centre for Research and Education in Biology and Biotechnology (CREBB) has been established in the School of Life Sciences at a total cost of Rs.Sc. Dayananda is the Deputy Coordinator. This Centre (CREBB) would be the nucleus of research and teaching in diverse areas of Biology and Biotechnology. and M.00 crores.A. while creating state-of-the-art research facilities in the area of Biology and Biotechnology. Siddiq (Plant Sciences) 3.SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES The School of Life Sciences has been established with an emphasis on interdisciplinary teaching and research in modern biology.D students of our University but also to the teachers and students working at state-of-the-art labs for teaching M.Sc. The innovative component of this centre is to provide training opportunities in Biology and Biotechnology to not only Ph.G.6. Department of Plant Sciences 3.1856. Raghavendra is the Coordinator of UoH-DBT-CREEB and Prof. The activities of this centre include teaching and training programmes. Prof. Department of Biochemistry 2. 20 . Under Distance Education Programme. This facility complements very well with the activities of the UoH-DBT Centre. and.Sc Biotechnology and M.D.2656. Prof.. M. S.C.Tech Bioinformatics courses from the Department of Biotechnology are organised with the participation of Faculty of the departments of the School as well as the Schools of Mathematics and Computer / Information Sciences & Chemistry.80 lakhs. programmes of study. programmes. and Ph.Tech.80 lakhs towards this project. and post-docs over the period of 5 years. with the final goal of increasing significantly the number of M. Department of Biotechnology Each of the four departments offers M. Diplomas: one in “Environmental Management” and the other in “Medicinal Botany”. E. Seyed E. Hasnain (Biochemistry) 2. Rajender Kumar (Biochemistry) Special Assistance from U.D.S. The School consists of the following four departments: 1. 3. Animal Biotechnology.

The grant would also have items of recurring expenses including the costs of consumables. and Basic Methodology and Instrumentation. Semester IV: Nutritional and Clinical Biochemistry. Biostatistics.Sc qualification (with 60% aggregate and with Chemistry or Biochemistry as one of the subjects) and is a four-semester programme that is evaluated based on credit system. and two laboratory courses viz. Plant Sciences (Level-II) & Animal Sciences (Level-I) are supported by Department of Science and Technology under FIST programme. Microbiology. two electives (2 credits each). The Department offers elective courses such as Endocrine biochemistry.for the 5-year period.128. The importance of biochemical basis of the living organisms is emphasized and supported by meticulous training in experimental skills to enable the students to pursue research in frontier areas of Biology. books and journals. 21 .The School was granted assistance also under COSIST program of UGC for a duration of five years from 1999. Protein Phosphorylation and Signal Transduction. lab course (3 credits) and a Project work of 8 credits. Immunology. The School of Life Sciences would be receiving under this grant sophisticated equipment for research and also for the teaching labs for PG and Ph. Protein-DNA Interactions (IV Semester). Genetic Disorders. Molecular Virology. visiting fellows. Bioenergetics. the Department carries out research in the areas of Molecular Biology. two year or four-semester M-Tech in Medical Biotechnology and Ph. Bioenergetics and Biomembranes. A total of 12 theory courses (36 credits). programmes. Prof. Biochemistry: The course is offered to students with a B.D. Programmes of Study 1. Molecular Genetics and Drug Design and Nanobiotechnology.S. UGC-SAP Centre for Advanced Studies The University Grants Commission has sanctioned the status of “Centre for Advanced Studies (UGC-SAP-CAS-I)” to the School of Life Sciences in University of Hyderabad. At present. travel. Infectious Diseases. Neurobiology.Raghavendra is the Programme Co-ordinator and Prof. Novel Biomolecules and Functional Genomics. four elective courses (8 credits). Three Departments of the School viz. Molecular Virology. Coordinator. Manjula Sritharan is the Dy.. The courses offered by the department during the four semesters are as follows. Enzymology. A. M. and two elective courses of 4 credits and a lab course of 5 credits. besides the contingency. The thrust areas identified under this programme are Bioresources. Semester III: Basic Immunology. Semester II: Intermediary Metabolism-II. Department of Biochemistry The Department of Biochemistry offers three highly competitive programmes: two year or four-semester M.S. seminars. of Plant Sciences is the Dean of the School. Prof. four practical courses (20 credits) and a project (8 credits) have to be completed successfully by the students in the four semesters. Molecular Biology-II. Raghavendra. Computer Applications in Biology.. Molecular Biology-I. The courses of Genetics and Microbiology are offered by the Department of Plant Sciences. Genomics and Proteomics (III semester) and Immunochemistry. Semester I: Intermediary Metabolism-I. Neurochemistry.D.000/.. by experienced Faculty who have considerable research experience. Structural Biology and a Lab course.Sc. Cancer Biology. Sc Biochemistry.00. Protein Biochemistry. The sanction is for a period of five years (2008-2013) with a financial outlay of Rs. Molecular Biophysics. Biochemistry (Level-I). The project work in the fourth semester has to be carried out under the supervision of a Faculty member. Biophysical Chemistry Genetics and Microbiology. A. Dept.

Intellectual Property Rights. the candidates will be called for an interview (25 marks). Sponsored candidates are exempted from the written test but must attend and qualify in the interview. Ph. Medical Biotechnology: The main emphasis of the course is to impart advanced training to students with Postgraduate qualification in Biochemistry. a written statement from the sponsoring organization to pay a sum of Rs. Candidates who are qualified in the NET examination for JRF conducted by CSIR/UGC DBT. Seminars and Assignments. Award of Ph. Ph. the candidates are also required to pay the tuition fee and other fees as prescribed for other students.Tech. Candidates having GATE qualification may be considered for a scholarship subject to the approval and sanction by the AICTE/UGC. Protein Technology. Microbiology etc. 3. The course is a 4-semester programme consisting of core and elective courses and the student will carry out an application-oriented project supplemented by seminars during the III and IV semesters. The students carry out their work under the supervision of a Faculty member and are periodically advised by the doctoral committee and have to actively participate in journal clubs.D is based on the reports of three examiners and performance in the Viva-voce examination. Biochemistry: Students admitted to Ph. Sponsored Candidates: Candidates with requisite qualifications and having a minimum one year of work experience in Government/Government recognized organizations (Universities / Colleges / Hospitals) engaged in teaching and research or R & D centers of Industry are eligible to apply under this category in M. The question paper of the entrance examination will carry 75 objective type questions (75 marks) of M. The candidates should submit along with the application. research work seminars and submit monthly progress reports of research work. Based on the order of merit in the written examination. Each credit is 25 marks. M. Seminar (1 credit) and two optional courses (4 credits) offered by any Department of the School Life Sciences and a Laboratory Course of 6 credits. Pharmacy and Biomedical Engineering/ Biotechnology to acquire requisite skills for the development of novel diagnostic methodologies using molecular biological and immunological tools. Chemistry. Genetics. 2. M. The work experience should be in the areas mentioned in the requisite qualifications. and other areas of Biology including Biophysics. However. Scientific Writing (1 credit).D. Nucleic acid technology. admission in Biochemistry will be based on an entrance examination and interview conducted by the Department.Sc standard drawn from the areas of Biochemistry. 22 . Molecular Biology. Molecular Diagnostics.Sc Biochemistry entrance examination question paper consists of 100 objective type questions of B. The core courses during I.Tech Medical Biotechnology.2. Some of the electives offered are: Biomedical Instrumentation.Sc standard. Genetics. they are required to appear for the interview. the candidates will be called for an interview (25 marks). Molecular Biology. Based on the order of merit in the written examination.000/. The student has to take courses equivalent to 17 credits in each semester. The courses are: Research Methodology (4 credits). The scholar presents the research work in a comprehensive seminar before the submission of the thesis. The questions are drawn from Bio-chemistry.D. The written examination is optional for JRFs qualified in NET.70. The project work will be presented as a dissertation at the end of IV semester.Tech. Medical Biotechnology entrance examination question paper consists of 75 objective type questions in Biochemistry. Pre-clinical Toxicology etc.D course work of 16 credits for one semester and should pass the examination with at least 50% marks. Immunology and Biophysics. In addition. Immunology. Cell Culture Technology. or ICMR are entitled for a fellowship. Entrance Examination 1. Biotechnology and Chemistry as well as to Graduates in Medicine. II and III semesters are: Genetic and metabolic diseases. Cancer and Infectious diseases.D programme have to carry out a pre-Ph. Immunotechnology. M. Invitro Drug screening. Medicinal Chemistry.(Seventy thousand only) towards the development fund of the Department.

Ramanadham. the candidates will be evaluated for seminar presentation and undergo lab course on bioanalytical techniques.. Structure Function Relationships of Plant and Animal Lectins. In addition the School of Life Sciences (all departments) got a DBT research grant for the purchase of various equipment for Biochemistry and Medical Biotechnology Model laboratories. Structural and Functional aspects of DNA Protein interactions.K. the Department has tissue culture facilities.H. Ph.D. PCR machines. M.D. (BHU) . Research Achievements The Departmental Faculty is engaged in highly active and productive research in several frontier areas of modern biology. Systems Biology. Ph. Siva Kumar. You may visit the University web site to know their research work. O. (Delhi) .Mitra. Role of Free radicals in Diseases and Antioxidant Properties of Plant Extracts. ER Stress and Apoptosis. Ph. deep freezers.Electrochemistry of Immobilized Enzymes (Biosensors). Ph. Glycobiology. SCIS).D. spectroflourometers. Cell and Molecular Biology. Clinical Biochemistry. Studies on Protein and Nucleic Acid Sequences (Bioinformatics) and Nanobiotechnology. There will be course work for Ph. (JNU) FNASc.D. liquid scintillation counter. In addition. gel documentation system. Evolution of Mannose 6-Phosphate Receptors and Lysosomal Enzyme Targeting Proteins (Departmental Coordinator. Studies on Multiple Myeloma and Immunotoxicity of Nanoparticles (Coordinator of the School of Medical Sciences and Head I/c. etc.D.Molecular Biology: Ribosome Structure and Function.D. (Head. Ph. In recognition of the research accomplishments.Ramaiah.Bioenergetics. SCIS). FAS – AP. (TIFR) . the UGC has sanctioned previously a Special Assistance Programme (DSA Phase III 2002-2007) and COSIST. 23 . several modern equipment such as ultra centrifuges. The Faculty have been continuously upgrading their individual laboratory facilities by obtaining the latest equipment required for their independent research work.V. The course work will comprise of theory sessions in Research Methodology. HPLC. spectrophotometers. Infrastructural facilities In addition to the Central Instrumentation facility at the University level and Proteomics and Genomic platforms at the School of Life Sciences.D. The Faculty conducts their research with funding from several National and International funding agencies in the form of research-grants. Gene Expression.Course work for Ph. (Osmania)-Cellular Immunology: Mechanism of B-Lymphocyte Activation.D. School Coordinator.Suryanarayana. phosphorimager. N. Ph. Centre for Physical Fitness and Sports Sciences). high speed centrifuges. Faculty Professors T. scholars that is mandatory from the academic year 2009-10. K. Protein Synthesis and Regulation in Eukaryotes. Department of Biochemistry. Scientific Writing and any two electives offered by the four departments of the School of Life Sciences. C.Setty. Systems Biology. (Mysore) FAS-AP – Protein Biochemistry.A. Protein Phosphorylation. The Department has also been supported by a grant from the Department of Science and Technology for Infrastructure facilities under the ‘FIST’ programme.

DAE. International Atomic Energy Agency.D.D. and Molecular Microbiology. The Department has set up a State-of-art laboratory for M. Epigenetics and Gene Silencing. Neurotoxicity and Brain Aging (Head. Drug Development and Delivery. The Department offers two master’s programmes i. the DST-Funds for Infrastructure in Science and Technology (FIST) Level-II and DBT under UoH-DBT-CREBB programme. Ph. Krishnaveni Mishra.D. Ph. PAM Fluorimeter etc. Ph. Functional Characterization of DNA Topoisomerases in Oncogenesis. to stregthen teaching and research activities of the Department. Teaching with DBT support with sophisticated equipment and is in the process of setting up second such laboratory. Protein and tRNA Import into Mitochondria and Role of Mitochondria in Cancer Cells. HIV infection. Fermentor. Telomere Biology. the Department procured Electrophoretic equipment for DGGE. 24 . Ph. Protein Biochemistry.D. (UH) –Molecular Biology and Immunology. All national and international funding agencies like DBT. NATP-ICAR. MoE. Humboldt Foundation. UGC. Bramanandam Manavathi. (TIFR) – DNA -Repair. Proteomics and Site-directed Mutagenesis. Telomere Biology.e. Rajagopal. Gene-silencing.D. Department of Biotechnology). DST. Department of Plant Sciences The Department has been supported under UGC Centre for Advanced Studies in Life Sciences. Advanced Gel Documentation System. real time-PCR. Ph. CSIR. Ph.D. AP-Netherlands Biotechnology Programme. and Molecular and Cellular Oncology. Kondapi. (JNU) – Functional Organization of the Eukaryotic Nucleus. Plant Biology & Biotechnology. and Recombination. Lecturers S. programme.. (SKU) – Signal Transduction.D. INSA. Incubator Shaker. IAR. Under DST-FIST II. and an independent Ph. (UH) – Mitochondrial Biogenesis and Disease. Ph. Sharmishta Banerjee. MNES.Molecular Biology.Sc. Naresh Babu V Sepuri.D. (SVU) – Structural Biology. French Press. while few more are being added. (Andhra) . The foundations for the rapid growth of the Department in the last fifteen years have been laid with its philosophy to provide a well-balanced training to the students in modern Plant Sciences & Microbiology to enable them to choose careers in both advanced teaching and high quality research. Joint Faculty Professor Anand K. DOD. Molecular Pathogenesis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and HIV Coinfections. Parasite Functional Genomics and Epigenomics.Readers Mrinal Kanti Bhattacharyya.

Trends in Plant Sciences. four elective courses. Phytochemistry etc. Programmes of Study 1. sister Departments in the School. Plant Biology & Biotechnology: The course is a four semester programme that is evaluated based on credit system. Plant Biology & Biotechnology entrance examination question paper consists of 100 objective type questions of B. four elective courses. Volkswagen Foundation. Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions. three practical courses and a project have to be completed successfully by the students in the four semesters.Sc. apart from the availability of major equipment in central facilities of the Department. Phytopathology. At the end of I semester. M. Course Content Cell & Molecular Biology * Macromolecular Structure & Function * Genetics * Microbiology * Molecular Biology & Genetic Engineering * Molecular Plant Pathology * Microbial Physiology & Biochemistry * Enzymology * Molecular Virology * Genomics & Proteomics * Bioprocess Engineering & Technology * Viral Pathogenesis * Microbial Genetics * Basic Immunology * Antibiotics & Chemotherapy * Microbial Metabolomics * Microbial Ecology * Microbial Technology * Prokaryotic Systematics. Microbiology and Genetics.Sc. Molecular Microbiology: The course is a four semester programme that is evaluated based on credit system. 3. The Department is supported by DST-FIST programme at level-II. 20 questions each in Biochemistry/Chemistry. The requirement for the award of Ph. Molecular Breeding. Plant Sciences: The Ph. TAG. Plant Cell and Environment.D.D. students would take examination for four theory and one lab courses (Scientific Writing. the question paper will consist of 40 questions in Botany. Optional and Bio-Analytical Techniques) for a total of 16 credits. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. The Faculty from the Department of Plant Sciences have the track record of consciously publishing in journals of repute like Nature. M. the European Union. standard and all are to be answered.Sc. MGG. Third World Academy of Sciences are supporting the research activities of the Department. USDA.D. Plant Physiology. Seminar. A total of 11 core courses.D. three practical courses and a project have to be completed successfully by the students in the four semesters. Entrance Examination 4. A total of 11 core courses. The average time required for Ph. Indo-French Centre for Promotion of Advanced Research. Broadly. 25 .Rockefeller Foundation. programme requires a minimum of 2 years residence from the date of confirmation of admission.D. Research Methodology. Course Content Cell & Molecular Biology * Macromolecular Structure & Function * Genetics * Microbiology * Environmental Biotechnology * Molecular Biology & Genetic Engineering * Molecular Plant Pathology * Plant Biochemistry * In vitro Plant Biology * Genomics & Proteomics * Plant Physiology * Plant Systematics * Viral Pathogenesis * Natural Plant Products * Phytotechnologies * Plant Developmental Biology * Plant Biotechnology * Biodiversity * Medicinal Botany * Phytomedicine * Microbial Technology 2. the Ph. Ph. M. includes the submission of a thesis on an approved topic of research under the guidance of a Faculty member. and also at Central Instrumentation Lab of the University. Negative marking is applicable for wrong answers. is about 4 years. The individual research laboratories are well equipped. The scholar presents the research work in a comprehensive seminar before the submission of the thesis and faces an oral examination in defence of the thesis.Sc.

Genomics (on EOL as ViceChancellor. Plant Systematics. Further the facilities developed under UoH-DBT Centre for Teaching and Research in Biology and Biotechnology are also accessible. ICAR. Imaging system/Microarray reader etc. D.D.D. M. Molecular Microbiology entrance examination question paper consists of 100 objective type questions of B.D. FPSI– Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions (Head of the Department) Attipalli R. green house and Amersham DNA sequencer (megabase). Colombo) – Environmental Biotechnology. Plant Molecular Biology. Global Biodiversity Informatics Ch.N. FNASc. Transilluminators. (Andhra). Yogi Vemana University. Plant Genetic Engineering Appa Rao Podile. Biofuels Kottapalli Seshagirirao. Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer. Signal Transduction.P. the candidates will be evaluated for seminar presentation and undergo lab course on bioanalytical techniques. JC Bose Fellow – Plant Biochemistry and Plant Molecular Physiology. Genetics and Biochemistry.Sc. . Bioenergy Resource. lyophilizer. (Osmania) FASc. High Speed Centrifuge. The Department is adding more infrastructural facilities under the newly granted FIST Level II programme. M. Scientific Writing and any two electives offered by the four departments of the School of Life Sciences. Liquid scintillation counter. Sharma. (SVU).Sc.D. Medicinal Plants (Dean of the School) M. FASc. Scanning Electron Microscope. Diversity and Conservation.D. FNAAS. and Genetics/Microbiology..D. Negative marking is applicable for wrong answers. HPLC. standard and all to be answered. Gel documentation system. General Biology. (JNU) – Plant Molecular Physiology and Developmental Biology A. Molecular Biology. CSIR-UGC JRF candidates can directly appear for interview without taking the entrance examination as per the guidelines of the University. the questions will be from the areas of Plant Biology. Prasad. Photosynthesis.Genetics. FNA. FNIE. (SVU). the question paper will consist of 25 questions each in Botany. Ph. 6. Oxidative Stress in Crop Plants. Medicinal Botany. The question paper will consist of 75 objective type questions of M. FAP-AS.. Ph.Sc. Kadapa) R. Biochemistry/Chemistry. University’s Central facilities include Confocal Microscope. Infrastructural facilities The Faculty and students of the Department have access to a range of sophisticated equipment dealing with diverse research topics. Fluorescence Microscope. Plant Ecophysiology. (SPU). Ph. In addition.V.Sc. Laser scanner. Reddy.D. internet. FNASc. FLS (London). (Osmania) – Diversity and Metabolomics of Anoxygenic Phototrophic Bacteria 26 .B.5. Course work for Ph. UV-VIS-NIR spectrophoto-meter. Broadly.S. The ICMR. These include Ultra-centrifuge.D. In addition. FTWAS.D. Negative marking is applicable for wrong answers. Inverted Microscope. DBT. FNAAS – Plant Molecular Biology. Kirti. FAP-AS – Photosynthesis. Heavy Metal Stress in Plants. Infra-red gas analyzer. Glycobiology.. There will be course work for Ph. Ph. Zoology. Microbiology.D. the individual Faculty members have their own well equipped laboratories. Phil. Broadly. Ramachandra Reddy. The course work will comprise of theory sessions in Research Methodology. PCR machine. Ph. Venkata Ramana. (Lucknow). Raghavendra. Peptide Sequencer etc. Faculty Professors A. Ph. Ph. Ph. computers and access to internet. electroporator.D. standard and all are to be answered.c. Bioresource Technology.D. Ph. Ph. Medicinal Plants P.(UH) – Protein Biochemistry. scholars that is mandatory from the academic year 2009-10. Plant Sciences admission will be based on an entrance examination and an interview conducted by the Department. (h.

Disease Resistance in Rice Y. In recognition of the department’s contribution to the biotechnology research the premier biotech industry. A total of 11 core courses.P. course and Ph.D. 4 elective courses.D. Cell & Molecular Biology. DRDO. 3 practical courses and a project have to be completed successfully by the students in four semesters. of India and M.Sc. Animal Reproduction.Tech.D.S.M. The contents of the third and fourth semester include: Bioproces Engineering & Technology.D. Animal Biotechnology: The course is a four semester program that is evaluated based on credit system. Padmaja.Sc.Sc. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology J.D. Functional Genomics. Gopinath. Basic Immunology and optional courses like Vaccinology. Ph. While students are in their third semester. Ph. Functional Genomics & Genetic Engineering Lecturers K. (SVU) – Plant Molecular Virology.D. (Osmania) – Plant Genetics. Functional Genomics. Molecular Parasitology. Besides contributing for the Department’s teaching. M.S. In the second semester. CSIR. Enzymology and Molecular Biology & Genetic Engineering are offered. Aquaculture: Neutraceutical and Pharmaceutical Applications etc. Ph. (UH) – Molecular basis for Phytomedicine – Prevention of Human Cardio Vascular Inflammation K. Plant Tissue Culture and Genetic transformation Sarada Devi. Currently 60 students have enrolled for Ph. student. (Hamdard University) – Molecular Biology. Hyderabad offers every year Shantha Research Fellowship to one Ph. (UH) .S. Molecular Mechanisms of Abiotic Stress Response Irfan A.D. Host-Pathogen Interactions. Biotechnology course sponsored by the Department of Biotechnology. UGC) and International funding agencies and Biotech Industries. Cancer Biology. Programmes of Study The Department offers a four-semester M. Sreelakshmi.Plant Physiology. Ghazi. Breeding & Transgenic Technology. Ph. DBT. Govt. the Faculty joins with sister departments to contribute in teaching M.D. (Hamdard University) – Molecular Biology of Cyanobacteria. Trafficking & Viral Vectors Ragiba Mekandar. Cellular and Molecular Neurosciences. Developmental Biology. Ph. Prakash.Sc.D. (IARI) – Plant Molecular Genetics. ICMR. The students are offered common courses in the first semester such as Genetics. T. the Shantha Biotechnics. The department offers M.Readers G. Ph. they will be 27 . Ph.D. course in Animal Biotechnology and possesses reputed Faculty and strong infrastructure to conduct research and to train talented young brains in almost all frontier areas of Biology and Biotechnology. Bioinformatics.V. Padmasree. It has been supported by the DST Funds for Infrastructure in Science and Technology (FIST). (UH) – Functional Genomics & Proteomics of Tomato Fruit Ripening Department of Animal Sciences The Department of Animal Sciences came into existence in March 1993 as a part of academic and administrative restructuring of School of Life Sciences. Ph.D. Macromolecular Structure & Function and Microbiology along with students admitted to Post-graduate programs of the School. course and working in the research programmes funded by various National (DST. Stem Cell Technology & Tissue Engineering. program.

Chip makers. Recently. Doctoral Programme: The Ph. neurobiology. which contains protein sequencer.D. DNA synthesizer. the candidates will be evaluated for seminar presentation and undergo lab course on bioanalytical techniques. Department of Science and Technology provided a Special grant for acquiring Flow Cytometer. cell biology. Further. Chemistry Biochemistry. include a thesis submitted on an approved topic under Faculty guidance.Sc.D. gel documentation system. lumiometer. Students are advised to see detailed instructions in the question paper. ice making machines. The requirements for Ph. Scientific Writing and any two electives offered by the four departments of the School of Life Sciences. liquid scintillation counters. standard with emphasis in animal biotechnology. Course work for Ph. confocal microscope etc. In addition. programme requires a minimum period of 2 years from the date of confirmation of admission.D. oxygraph. amino acid analyzer. Botany.D. ultra-centrifuges. developmental biology. immunology. The candidate has to answer all 100 questions. various individual research laboratories of Faculty members have equipments depending on their needs of research work. lyophilisers etc. spectrofluoremeter. and the candidate has to answer all questions. well equipped laboratories have been developed under UOH-DBT Centre for Teaching and Research in Biology and Biotechnology. scanning electron microscope. standard. biochemistry. In addition to this in-house training. The course work will comprise of theory sessions in Research Methodology. Admissions into Ph.allotted to various labs to undertake research work on a well designed project. Entrance examination Admission to M. cold rooms. cancer biology. parasitology.Sc. The students have access to the instrumentation facility of the School which consists of high speed refrigerated centrifuges. physiology. In addition. The entrance examination will consist of 75 objective questions of M. Under FIST program. The question paper for entrance examination for M. SPR spectrometer. MALDI-TOF/TOF and Q-TOF. Students are advised to see detailed instructions in the question paper. 28 . PCR machine. There will be course work for Ph. densitometer scanner. the research student can utilize the Central Instrumentation Laboratory of the University. The School of Life Sciences has acquired Proteomics and Genomics & Microarray facilities which include 2D electrophoresis set up.Sc. and an oral examination in defense of the thesis.Sc. Broadly the paper consists of questions in Zoology. In recognition of the research accomplishments. bioreactors. Infrastructural facilities The Department is constantly improving its teaching and research facilities through grants received from various funding agencies. HPLC. admission will consist of 100 questions of B. scanners etc. reproductive biology. Candidates who have qualified for JRF of CSIR-UGC /ICMR /DBT are exempted from written test. a Ph. UGC has recognised the School as Centre for Advance Studies in Life Sciences. French press. phosphor-imager. Real-Time PCR. scholars that is mandatory from the academic year 2009-10. molecular biology. Spot picker. Microbiology. the students will have an option to choose electives either from parent department or other departments of School of Life Sciences or from other Schools. spectrophotometers.D. endocrinology. student spends about four-five years to complete the thesis. Biotechnology and Genetics. Normally.D. program will be given on the basis of performance of the candidate in the written test followed by an interview. microbiology etc. program will be given on the basis of performance in entrance examination.

HCV. Kota Arun Kumar. (Hull. dengue and chukun guina viruses.D. molecular insights into adaptation of chronic pathogens and functional genomics. Ph.D.D. Mechanism of Immunity & Infection. Modulation of T-cell Immune Response.D. Metabolic Engineering.Faculty Professors Aparna Dutta Gupta.D. Ph. brain cancer. (SVU) FAP-AS – Environmental Biotechnology: Catabolomics. Cancer.Sc. Prakash Babu.D (SVU) – Biochemical toxicology and drug discovery: Eicosanoids. Ph. Ph. neurochemistry. U. Dayananda. Ph. Macrophage defense mechanism. Phil.. stem cell therapy. (Head of the Department) Manjula Sritharan. neurodegenerative diseases and stem cell therapy.D. the Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms involved in Neuronal remodeling underlying postembryonic Neural development. Biotransformation and Biodegradation.D. (Department of Biotechnology).. polyunsaturated fatty acids and prostaglandins in diabetes mellitus.D (UH) – Neurochemistry. S. Biointensiveintegrated insect pest management. Ph. Molecular Reproductive Biology. Cerebral malaria. (UH) – Biology of Malaria Sporozoites and Liver stages.. FAP-AS – Molecular Physiology and Biotechnology. Radheshyam Maurya. Ph. Lecturers Suresh Yenugu. M. Department of Biotechnology The Department of Biotechnology offers application oriented and most-sought after courses in Biotechnology and Bioinformatics.) – Infection Biology: Iron acquisition in pathogenic mycobacteria and Leptospira spp. Innovation based training will be imparted to the students with a special emphasis on understating the basic concepts of the biological processes in pursuing research in frontier areas of biotechnology and bioinformatics. Cellular and Molecular mechanisms in regulation of clock. The thrust area in which the research in Department focus is “Molecular Therapeutics for infectious and neurodegenerative diseases”. Ph. Brain Aging. molecular therapeutics.. (JNU) – Neurobiology. 29 . Reader Anita Jagota. (BHU) – Fish Molecular Endocrinology. Ph. Ph. the Department carries research in the areas of biophysics. and Cancer. (OU) .D. (BHU) FNASc. biology of HIV. Induction of functionally distinct T-cell subsets and Role of Regularity T cells in Human Visceral Leishmaniasis (VL). Reddanna. and development of diagnostics for tuberculosis and leptospirosis. Joint Faculty Professor P. Biotechnology and Bioinformatics Infrasturcture Facility (BIF). Cerebral ischemia (stroke). Neuroendocrinology and Molecular mechanics of sex differentiation in fish. At present. cell death (apoptosis/necrosis). P. Balasubramanian Senthilkumaran. (BHU) . Inflammation.Reproductive immunology and toxicity. The programmes of the Department are supported by special grants from Department of Biotechnology towards M.Parasite and host macrophage Interactions.K.

Govt of India. 3. The program consists of DBT recommended syllabi. 30 . M. T. The entrance examination paper consists of 75 objective questions out of which 30 questions would be from Biological Sciences and 15 questions each from Physical Sciences (Physics and Chemistry). Machine Learning Techniques. The students had obtained attractive placements from reputed software and bioinformatics companies.Quantum Optics (School of Physics) Dr. the candidates will be called for interview (25 marks).Sc Biotech07.asp?id_pk=666 Industrial visits: Students will be visiting biotech industries to learn various aspects of product development. The current syllabus is available at http://dbtindia.Outliers and Regression Diagnostics (Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Proteomics. Basic Mathematics and Introduction to Molecular Modeling in the First semester.nic. proteomics. GATE qualified candidates may be considered for a scholarship subject to approval by AICTE / UGC. to a common level. Tech Bioinformatics (Sponsored by the UGC under Innovative program and approved by AICTE): M. MCIS) Dr. School of Physics and School of Mathematics & Computer/Information Sciences and the Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics (CDFD). Based on the order of merit in the written examination. and the course structure may change from time to time at the recommendations of the DBT. Ph. Language (Department of Computer and Information Sciences. (www. Bioinformatics.jnu. K. research work presentation and submit monthly progress report of the research work. This course is a four semester program with credit system. Course Coordinating Committee: Dr. and computer aided modeling and drug design including hands-on practice using statistical packages. The programme also offers remedial courses in the first semester to bring all the new students. and Drug Design and Advanced Bioinformatics in the third semester. Mathematical Sciences (Mathematics and Statistics) and Computer Sciences.Sc Biotechnology: Selection is based on National Entrance Test conducted by the Jawaharlal Nehru University..Sc Biotechnology: This course was introduced in the year 1990 under the Nation wide post graduate program by the Department of Biotechnology. The course is offered jointly by four Schools of the University viz. M. . They actively participate in Journal clubs. Students are encouraged to choose one elective course in second and third semesters from other Schools. New Delhi as part of the Biotechnology program supported by the Department of Biotechnology.Programmes of Study: 1. Genomics. Shobha Rani Bioinformatics.ac. School of Chemistry. Govt of India. 2. Sushma M. Bendre. Hyderabad. M.in/uniquepage. Entrance Examination 4. Databases. The students will carry out a project work during 3rd & 4th semesters under the guidance of a Faculty member either at University of Hyderaabad or at CDFD. Bioinformatics: The admission is based on an entrance examination and interview. Shekhar Mande. designed to train students in theory and techniques in genomics. Tech. Anantha Lakshmi . who may not have sufficient experience with computers or biology. P. Lalitha Guruprasad – Structural Biology (School of Chemistry) Dr. School of Life Sciences. MCIS) Dr.Tech Bioinformatics is a state-of-the-art course.in/Admission/M. M. Structural Biology (CDFD) The Course structure includes Computational Techniques.htm) 5. Introduction to Molecular Mechanics in Second semester.D Biotechnology: The students carry out their work under the supervision of the Faculty member and are periodically advised by the doctoral committee. The research students have to present their research work in a comprehensive seminar before submission of the thesis. Basic Statistics.

D. In addition. In addition. Scientific Writing and any two electives offered by the four departments of the School of Life Sciences. of Biochemistry. Students also have access to high performance computing facility and Centre for Modeling Simulation and Design for regular training as well as project works. Biology of chronic infection. of Pennsylvania) . Ph. neuronal and neuroglial culture facility. Anand K. Joint Faculty in Dept.Sc.Pathogen Biology. (Professor-ILS. brain cancer.Generegulatory network. The Bioinformatics infrastructure facility funded by the Department of Biotechnology. the students have access to the computation facilities at the Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics for teaching and project works.D.D. SAS genomics.D. (Univ. P. & stem cell culture facility. Kondapi. HPLC. The Faculty conducts their research with the support from several National and International funding agencies in the form of research grants. neurotoxicity and Brain aging. incubators etc. they are required to appear for the interview. structure and function 31 . Research Achievements The Department Faculty is engaged in high impact innovative research in the frontier areas of modern biology. Analysis of protein sequences.D. stem cell therapy.D. The question paper will carry 75 objective type questions (75 marks) of M.6. (Head of the Department and Coordinator. (SVU) – Molecular studies on viruses causing Dengue and Chicken guinea fever in Andhra Pradesh. Ph.D. 8. cerebral malaria. Lecturers Musturi Venkataramana. Software training given to students in the lab include AccelRys. Reader Niyaz Ahmed. MAT Lab. shaker.NMR Spectroscopy. There will be course work for Ph. cell death (apoptosis/necrosis). Bioinformatics Programme). M. Ph. However. Functional genomics of pathogens. Cerebral ischemia (stroke). The course work will comprise of theory sessions in Research Methodology. the candidates will be called for an interview (25 marks). (Andhra) Molecular Therapeutics. Course work for Ph. (UH. 7. Biotechnology: Admission is based on an entrance examination and interview conducted by the Department. Prakash Babu. Ph. Gold etc. (Manipal) . SYBYL. Ph. Infrastructure facility The Department has HIV culture facility.D. Functional characterization of DNA Topoisomerases in oncogenesis. the candidates will be evaluated for seminar presentation and undergo lab course on bioanalytical techniques.Sc standard drawn from the areas of Biotechnology and Bioinformatics.Tech. several modern equipments such as centrifuges. Ph. M. Hyderabad) – Neurochemistry. spectrophotometers. Based on the order of merit in the written examination. PCR machines. scholars that is mandatory from the academic year 2009-10. (Allahabad) . Moelcular Epidemiology. Further. Bhuyan. Physics and Biology of Biological Molecules (Professor – ILS). Candidates who are qualified in the NET examination (under Junior Research Fellowship category only) conducted by the CSIR/UGC or ICMR or DBT are exempted from the entrance examination. Faculty Professors Abani K. The Faculty of the department is credited with several patents and research publications relating to biotechnology. of India is a well equipped facility that is used by the students. India Vaibhav Vindal. Govt. HIV infection..

P. P. Senthilkumaran. M. Ch. Prof. Appa Rao. Dr. Durga Prasad. N. Prof. Aparna Datta Gupta. J.Joint Faculty Dr. M. Venkata Ramana. Dr. V. Prof. Y. Prof. S. Dr. S. Sharmistha Banerjee (Department of Biochemistry) Prof. Dr. B. R. S. K. Arun Kumar (Department of Animal Sciences) Prof. Prof. Prof. Reddy. Kirti. Anita Jagota. Dr. Dr. B. S. J. M. Mrinal Kanti Bhattacharyya. Prof. G. Dr. A. Suresh. Prof. Manjula Sritharan. Prof. Prasad. Dayanand.K. Rajagopal. Krishnaveni Mishra. Padmaja. Dr. Prakash (Department of Plant Sciences) Prof. Seshagiri Rao. Swamy and Dr. Lalitha Guruprasad (School of Chemistry) 32 .

Literary Criticism and Theory. 6. Sociolinguistics and English Language Teaching. Programmes of Study The M. The M. instruction is Students may take further 33 . Translation. It is a 70-credit programme. 9. 4 of which may be obtained from other departments. is a two semester programme which includes course work of 18 credits and a dissertation. and to core areas of study. Romantic. Indian Writing in English. 7. provided in small classes through discussion and individual work. Language Studies and Pedagogy. Victorian and Modern British Literature. Prof.A. direction and value to education and to life. The programme includes written examinations for the course work. Department of English The Department admits into its M. 4. 5. American Literature.A. programme graduates from ANY basic discipline. It aims at providing instruction and carrying out research in both traditional and current areas of English Studies. The dissertation is written on a topic approved by the Department and under the supervision of a Faculty member.A. Eighteenth Century. The courses relate to each candidate’s area of interest in which the dissertation will be written. keeping in mind the department schedule. The School aims at providing a centre of common awareness and a sense of human responsibility. and that they are no less important to society than scientific and technological disciplines. New Literatures . Structure of English Language and other aspects of language study like Stylistics. The courses offered in the School reflect these objectives and concerns. In addition. Comparative Studies.Phil. 3. courses. it encourages work in New Literatures in English. 2. programme extends over four semesters. The dissertation is examined by both internal and external examiners. Department of English.SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES The School of Humanities comprises the following Departments / Centres and Cell: 1. In addition to core English Literature and American Literature components. 8. programme covers different areas of English Studies (Language and Literature) like Shakespeare and the Seventeenth Century. it is committed to the achievement of academic and linguistic excellence. Candidates are expected to give a pre or post-submission seminar on their research topics. up to a maximum of 80 credits. is the Dean of the School. Whenever possible. making the University more than a complex of specialist departments. Department of English Department of Philosophy Department of Hindi Department of Telugu Department of Urdu Centre for Applied Linguistics and Translation Studies Centre for Comparative Literature Department of Sanskrit Studies English Language Teaching Cell 10. with 50 credits for mandatory courses and 20 credits for optional courses. Mohan G Ramanan. The M. Centre for the Study of Foreign Languages The School of Humanities is founded on the conviction that the Humanities give purpose. creativity and all-round development of students. Culture.

The Department Research Committee will help both M. which will be returned in due course.D. Infrastructural facilities The Department is supported by a UGC-DRS (SAP) programme which is now in its Third Phase. Candidates are expected to write their dissertations only in the broad area in which they choose to write their answers.Phil. ** This section may also be subdivided into language and literature. geared to individual requirements. a brief description (about 500 words) of their proposed topic of research. a brief description (about 1000 words) of their proposed topic of research and a copy of their M. Entrance examination M. Language.D. entrance examination (written) comprises 3 (three) sections: Section ILanguage (Objective) Section II Essay * 25 Marks 25 Marks 25 Marks Section III Poetry Comprehension* Ph. This phase will end with the financial year of 2009 (March 31). levels in all major areas of English Studies i. and Ph. applicants must submit. Literature or Language.A. i. Students are required to write a dissertation on an approved topic under Faculty guidance and take an oral examination. levels.. and Ph. The UGC has also sanctioned the programme.Phil. In addition.Phil.For admission to the M. dissertation. The Ph.e. The choice of research topic is dependent on the availability of Faculty and expertise. programme must submit. there is an Oral Test worth 25% marks for short listed candidates at both M. The Department enrolls students for research both at the M.e. entrance examination (written) comprises 3 (three) sections: Section ILanguage (Objective) Section II Section III Essay on general topics Poetry Comprehension 25 Marks 40 Marks 35 Marks M.. Culture Studies.Phil. The programme comprises mandatory course work for 6 credits in the first semester and a 4 credit course each in the second and third semesters.D.D. along with the application. “Assistance for Strengthening of 34 . Comparative Literature and Translation. and at the Ph.Phil programme.Phil. The Language portion consists of English Language/Literature Teaching and English Linguistics. along with the application. students choose their topics and supervisors. Candidates must answer the question that relates to their broad area of research. Applicants for admission to the Ph.D. Literature. programme normally extends over a minimum period of two years from the date of admission.D. entrance examination (written) comprises 3 (three) sections: Section IA Poem for analysis* Section II Section III Essay * Essay Question (s) 25 Marks 35 Marks testing language Skills and research aptitude** 15 Marks * There are two sub-sections in these categories broadly representing the areas of Literature and Language.

Reading Theories and Translation.History and Pedagogy of the Discipline in India. Renaissance Literature. Continental Literature (in translation).. Nineteenth Century Literature. Ph. Women’s Writing.D.D. Anna Kurian James. Children’s Literature. Special Features Language Intensive Study Programme (LISP) 2-credit. Gender Studies. UGC-DRS-SAP till 31st March. Translation.D. (Hyderabad). compulsory course for Semester I M.A. drama. Suneetha Rani. Murali Manohar. Comparative Literature. M. Buffalo). (BITS. Ph. Some PCs have been set aside for the use of Research Scholars and the visually challenged. Ph. (Kent. Ph. (Head of the Department). (Hyderabad). Linda Dittmar and the Chanduri family. New Literatures in English. Comparative Studies and Translation. Indo British Literary and Cultural Relations. students and other well-wishers. K. Cultural Studies.2010) M. Sachidananda Mohanty. Culture Studies. (CIEFL. English . Women’s Studies. students to enable them to enhance their English language skills.D. They include Rita Nair. Phonetics. Sridhar. (IIT Kanpur). 2006.D. beginning April 1. Pilani). Hyderabad). (CIEFL.). English Language and Literature Teaching. ELTC). Ph.D. (IIT-Bombay). Ph. Canon Formation. The Department has xerox machines.Ed. English in India.. 2009). Lecturers D.K. (SUNY. Ph. Women’s Writing. Dalit Studies and Women’s Studies. Generative Phonology and Morphology. Indian Writing in English. Indian Writing in English. Contemporary Poetry and Theory. Dorothy Deering. (Coordinator.D. (Purdue). Regional Writing. Cultural Studies. Commonwealth and Postcolonial Literature. Pingali Sailaja. Intellectual History. media and contemporary images. Indian Writing in English. Literary Criticism and Theory. Lawrence and 20th Century Fiction. Indian English Women’s Fiction.D. Ph. Ph. Ph. Modern British and American Literature. (Hyderabad). General Linguistics. Literary Criticism. American Literature. 35 . B.D. The Department gives an annual prize in the name of Prof. Ph. Translation.10. audio-visual equipment. and a substantial text-book library built up purely on the strength of donations from Faculty. Stylistics. Syed Mujeebuddin. Sunita Mishra. Victorian and Twentieth Century English Literature (on leave till 14. Gay Literature and Poetry.D. Several donors have contributed financially to the Department. Shakespeare Studies. Twentieth Century American Literature. Comparative Studies and Translation. Indian Fiction in English. Ph. Reader K. Ramanan. (Co-ordinator. English Language Teaching.Phil.D. The Department’s Multimedia Laboratory is used for the study of language. Hyderabad).Infrastructure for Humanities and Social Sciences (ASIHSS)” for five years.D.H. Intertextuality and Intergenres. Indian Literature and Culture (Dean of the School). Hyderabad). U. Narayana Chandran. (CIEFL. Alladi Uma. Popular Culture. African American Literature. Sociolinguistics. D. Faculty Professors Mohan G. Hoshang Merchant.

It requires both course work and the writing of a dissertation. English Colonial Writing on India.D.Phil. The thrust areas of research under this programme are (1) Philosophy of Language: Indian and Western: (2) Cognitive Science (including Logic and Philosophy of Mind). Indian Writing in English.D. Kolluri Lavanya. Nyaya and Buddhism etc. Cultural Studies. It encourages interdisciplinary research. The research scholars are required to write a dissertation on a topic of their choice in consultation with the supervisor. Programme In this programme emphasis is laid on generating aptitude for independent research. Children’s Literature. At the advanced level it offers optional courses in the various fields of philosophy such as Advanced courses in Indian Philosophy. Part ‘B’ is for 75 marks for M. Programme The Ph. The thrust areas under this scheme are (1) Philosophy of Science and (2) Moral and Political Philosophy – both from Indian and Western Perspectives. Romantic Literature.D. Ph. The Department has also received grants under ASIHSS for a period of five years since April 2006 to March 2011. Indo-British Literary and Cultural Transactions. Ph.Pramod K Nayar. Programmes of study M. and 50 marks for M.D. Programme In this programme the Department offers courses at two levels. Contemporary Western Philosophy. Ph. where two or more departments/schools are involved. M. Ph. (Hyderabad). Postcolonial Studies.D. where two or more departments/schools are involved. Philosophy of Language. Wittgenstein. M. Interdisciplinary research is encouraged. Ethics and Logic. 36 .. It consists of short and long essay type questions. Language Studies. The course work consists of studying Contemporary Indian and Western philosophical problems. It has been recognised by the UGC as a Department of Special Assistance since 1987. Sindhu Menon. and Ph. Philosophy of Science.Phil. and Ph. Part ‘A’ consists of 25 objective (multiple choice) type questions of one mark each.D. the Department also carries on research in Philosophy of Wittgenstein. In addition to these.Phil.Phil.A. apart from the centralized facilities. Entrance examination The entrance (written) examination for admission to the M. Early Indian Literature in Translation with focus on drama and poetry. At the basic level it offers core courses in the classical schools of Indian and Western Philosophy. Post Colonial Theory. will have two parts . Interdisciplinary research is encouraged.A.A. Literary and Cultural Theory. Programme aims at developing original research in diverse fields of philosophy. Infrastructural facilities The Department offers facilities of xerox and computers to all students. (Hyderabad).. Shakespeare Studies. (AU). Political Philosophy. the students are required to do a course related to their respective dissertations. and systems of Indian Philosophy like Nyaya and Buddhism. Literary Criticism and Theory.Part ‘A’ and Part ‘B’. and Ph.D. will have an oral test for 25 marks. In addition.D. Department of Philosophy The Department is eminently known in the country for research in diverse fields of philosophy. The qualified candidates for M.

(IIT. Functional Hindi (Translation) extends over four semesters of four courses each.D. D.Phil. Indian Philosophy Prajit Kumar Basu. Ph. The students will take courses on research methodology and advanced literary trends in the first semester and write a dissertation on an approved topic in the second semester under the supervision of a Faculty member. M.Epistemology. mass media.. (University of Hyderabad) – Epistemology and Analytical Philosophy Department of Hindi The Department of Hindi aims at providing teaching and research facilities in Hindi keeping in view the changing social norms. The M.D.D.C. in advertisements. Varma. R. Wittgenstein S. While drawing up the syllabus.A. under the supervision of 37 . It has been kept flexible enough to incorporate various requirements of the students in the context of contemporary society. Special emphasis will be given to translation theory and practice. Pradhan.D.D.Nyaya. University) – Advaita Vedanta B. (IIT Kanpur) . Translation of the Philosophical Works from Pali. programme is entirely a research programme. and Ph. Kulkarni. M.Faculty Professors Amitabha Das Gupta. The M. M. (Iowa) – History and Philosophy of Science Chandra B.D. Special attention is also given to the regional and comprehensive studies of language and literature. programmes in Hindi and an M.S.D. Programmes of study The Department offers M.Phil. Ph. Phenomenology.Litt (Ranchi University) – Buddhism.Phil. Ph. Raghurama Raju. (IIT. communication patterns. Students are required to submit their theses after taking the prescribed courses. (BHU) . programme is a two semester programme. The Ph.Philosophy of Language. Ph.D. Ananda Sagar. Ph. course in Functional Hindi (Translation). (Rajasthan) . (Pt.A.A. different social roles of language in our society and fast changing literary values in our time.G. The M. Siddeswara Prasad. Ph.D. sufficient care has been taken to cater to the above needs. Ph. Moral Philosophy (SAP Coordinator) R. banking and literature etc. Kanpur) .A. Ph.Social and Political Philosophy. degree unless he/she has pursued a course of research in the department for not less than two years from the date of confirmation of admission. Philosophy of Science A. The course is designed to facilitate the use of Hindi in its functional applications such as the use of Hindi for official purposes. (Hindi) course extending over four semesters provides instruction and guidance for acquiring broad acquaintance with the various new fields of Hindi language and literature without entirely neglecting the old and medieval texts and offers wide scope for elective studies. Bangalore).D.D. Kanpur) . Epistemology Abhijeet Joshi. Prakrit and Sanskrit into English Lecturers Ananda V Wazalwar.Moral Philosophy.A. Contemporary Indian Philosophy (Head of the Department) Readers K. (IISc. No student is permitted to submit his thesis for the Ph. (SVU) . Indian Philosophy. Special emphasis is also given to the functional aspects of the language.Philosophy of Language.

Linguistics.A. consists of two parts .D. Modern poetry. Forms of Poetry. programme in Hindi will contain questions (M. 2. (DBHPS) . There may be written and oral examinations on the course work and the dissertation.D. research aptitude and ability for critical analysis.Part ‘A’ and Part ‘B’.A. Research in the following fields is given preference: 1. Bhakti Literature/Bhakti Movement Comparative Studies Sociological approach to Literature Various aspects of Modern Literature Dakshini Hindi . in Functional Hindi (Translation) will have questions on the history of Hindi language and literature and use of Hindi for various formal purposes.Bhakti Literature. Political. Functional Hindi and Translation (Head of the Department) Noorjahan Begum.Language and Literature Functional Hindi and Translation Entrance examination The entrance examination for M. questions on the proposed area of research and objective type questions on the History of Hindi language and literature.A. Drama and Fiction. Applicants for the Ph. the question paper will also include: (a) a passage in Hindi which will have to be translated into English and (b) a passage in English that will have to be translated into Hindi.Litt. comprehension and explanation of a piece of poem written by any modern poet of Hindi and questions on general grammar of Hindi./M. a brief description (in about 500 words) of their proposed topic of research.A.D. Mythological Approach to Modern Poetry. standard) on the History of Hindi literature. Hindi will include questions on the history of Hindi Literature.A. The written test for admission to M. (Osmania). The written test for admission to M. 3. Areas of questions will be Medieval poetry. Apart from essay type and short note answer type questions.an approved guide and on an approved topic.Phil. Hindi (Andhra).A. D. Part ‘A’ consists of Comparative studies. History of Hindi language and General Linguistics.Sanskrit (Gorakhpur). Scientific and academic topics. 5.Litt.Phil/Ph. Socio psychological approach to Literature.D. 6. essays on Social. Literature and Translation Aesthetical aspects of Literature. Ph. is to evaluate the scholarship. (Lucknow)Modern literature. M. Ph.D. The written test for admission to M. (Andhra). course must submit along with their applications. Modern Criticism 2) One question on Research Methodology and related topics 3) One question on the proposed research project 4) Translation from Sanskrit to Hindi and English to Hindi Faculty Professors Shashi Mudiraj. The main purpose of the written test for Ph. objective type questions and Part ‘B’ consists of short and essay type questions. 4. Dakshni 38 . works of prominent personalities of Hindi Literature (Bhakti Kal to Adhunik Kal). It consists of the following: 1) One Essay type question on literary and linguistic topics of M. Cultural.A. D. standard. M.

D. Ph. Sociological approach to Literature.Subhas Chandra Kumar. Hindi Poetics. Shyam Rao. An equal importance is also given for studies in Classical literature and Sanskrit. Cultural Studies. Sociological Approach to Literature. Sociology of Literature (Chief Warden) Sachidanand Chaturvedi. Literary Criticism. . Women and Marginalized Studies M. Functional Hindi and Translation and Dalit Literature.D. Ph. Comparative studies. Sociological Approach to Literature.Phil. Sociology of Literature & Literary Criticism Readers R. Journalism. literary criticism and aesthetics. computer application to Telugu language. The Courses provide a wide range of specializations such as classical. Sociology of Literature Lecturers Bhim Singh. (Manipur). Modern Literature. (Hyderabad) – Modern Hindi Literature. The M. Critical and aesthetic aspects of literature. Modern Hindi Prose (Essay) Alok Pandey. Programme have to earn a minimum of 76 credits in order to get the Degree. Ph. and Ph.. Regionalism in literature. Ph. Modern Hindi Literature. Programmes of study The Department offers M. traditional grammar. Poetics. (Bhagalpur) . Functional Hindi.D. Aesthetics.Modern literature. Telugu linguistics. Translation.D. Thus the students of M. Literary Criticism. Comparative Studies Department of Telugu The main objective of the Department of Telugu is to promote studies in Telugu Language and Literature. The M.Phil. Interdisciplinary Studies Garima Srivastava.Bhakti Movement and Bhakti Literature. Folk Literature (Katha – Sahitya) M.Modern Hindi Poetry.Phil. (Delhi) – Linguistics. M. (on deputation to ICCR upto 06-09-09) Ravi Ranjan. The syllabus for various courses is drawn keeping in view of the changing needs of the society in relation to language use. The Department undertakes teaching and research in Telugu with emphasis on various aspects of historical and comparative studies in language and literature. Marxist aesthetics. Ph.(Andhra) .D (Kanpur).A. M.A.D. (Hyderabad) . Ph. programmes in Telugu. along with interdisciplinary approach. modern and folk literatures.Sanskrit literature. Marxist Approach to Literature. (Hyderabad) – Bhakti Poetry. Krishna. Ph. Modern Literary genres.Functional Hindi and Translation Studies. (Osmania) . Comparative Literature (Fiction). The courses are designed with an emphasis on the all round developments of the personality of the students with an adequate importance to job opportunities. Ph. and mass media. Modern Literature.S.D. The students are required to study four core courses and choose atleast two optional courses in each semester. Comparative Literature. (JNU) – Bhakti Literatuare. programme in Telugu is of four semester duration with all the important areas of study.A. (Delhi) – Modern Literature. Sarraju. Anjaneyulu.D. There are 16 core courses with 52 credits. Ph.D. Ph. and the role of literature in the society. and a wide range of 21 optional courses with 3 credits each spread over four semesters. Philosophy of literature.D. General Linguistics.D. Interdisciplinary study of literature V. 39 . Hindi cinema. Programme is of two semester duration which includes course work and dissertation.

chandas. history. level for 75 marks to be answered in OMR sheet.V. language and folk literature (20 marks). Grammar. Sociological approach to Literature.D. General Knowledge.Classical Telugu Literature. Faculty Professors Parimi Ramanarasimham. M. Educational Television (Software). The Ph. Sanskrit (Andhra). S. Prosody. Ramabrahamam. Linguistic approach to traditional Telugu grammar and Preparation of text books.D. entrance test will consist of objective type questions based on classical and modern literature. Diploma in Applied Linguistics .A. Translation. (S. programme is entirely a research programme oriented towards studies in classical and modern Telugu literature. (Head of the Department) Tummala Ramakrishna. Basic Sanskrit knowledge. Ph. genres.A. grammar. Classical Literature. authors. etc. Programme will normally extend over a minimum of two years from the date of confirmation of admission. M. authors. Computational Linguistics and Machine Translation. The M. (Andhra). comparative literature and culture. Dramaturgy. B. Bhashapraveena (Andhra University). history of literature.G. The candidates who qualified in the written Test will have an oral test for 25 marks. Modern Poetry.Classical and Modern Literature. b) preparation of research design.A. (Nagarjuna University) . Andhra Culture.A. alankaras. General Knowledge. grammar.D. chandas. The candidates who are qualified in the written Test will have an oral test for 25 marks. alankaras. modern literature. (Mysore) . linguistics and history of Telugu language. current events etc. Part ‘A’ Ph. literary movements and Language studies.D. literary criticism. P. The Entrance Examination paper for M. The nature of the programme is individually designed for each candidate but invariably includes a thesis on the approved topic under Faculty guidance. Entrance examination I. Sarat Jyotsna Rani. Lexicography.Applied Linguistics: Language teaching. chandas. Ph. Raju. Tirupati) – Modern Telugu Literature 40 . (Nagarjuna).The Ph. Prakrit and Telugu Grammars. It will consist of objective type questions at Degree level in the areas of classical and modern literary works. Poetics. II. literary movements and history of Telugu language. literary criticism.Sanskrit. grammar. (UoH. folk literature and Generla knowledge (25 marks) and Part ‘B’ will consist of a) problems concerning the particular area of research like classical literature.Phil Entrance Exam Paper will consist of all objective type questions at P. folk literature. Prosody. M. detailed synopsis of a given topic (15 marks) and c) literary appreciation or linguistic analysis of one literary piece out of two (one from classical and one from modern age) (15 marks).Phil. linguistics and history of Telugu Language and Literature grammar. Ph. Literary and Technical Translation.Telugu (Andhra). M. Telugu (Andhra). literary works.University.D. The questions will be based on classical and modern literature. Ph. Stylistics. Poetics. consists of all objective type questions for 100 marks to be answered in OMR Sheet. M.D. N. alankaras. Folk Literature and Cultural History of Andhras and Telugu Drama. Applied Criticism. Ph. (Osmania) .S.D.A. aesthetics.D. Preparation of instructional materials. literary criticism. Study of traditional Telugu Grammar through linguistic approach.G.A. Linguistics (Annamalai). M. quotations.

Classical Literature. Diploma in Linguistics & Teaching of Telugu Language (PSTU.D. Dialectology. Ph. and Comparative Linguistics.D. 41 . It provides an atmosphere. (Osmania) M. Dr. scanners and all the PCs are connected to internet. Aruna Kumari. Sanskrit (O. Study on Telugu Language. Tirupathi) – Applied Linguistics. Grammar.G.Phil & Ph. Translation. M.A. M. organizing ability and research aptitude.A. Department of Urdu The Department of Urdu lays emphasis on the inter-disciplinary job oriented education in Urdu... CD read write drives. Rama Krishna Sastry. Telugu (UoH).U. Darla Venkateswara Rao (Senior Scale). Natural Language Processing. Vyakarana Vidya Praveena.U. Urdu syllabus has both modern and interdisciplinary features. M.).V.A. M.Modern Literature.Phil. M. Folk Literature.D.Reader R. D. Literary Translation.Telugu and Sanskrit Grammar. Classical Literature. Sanskrit and Logic.. Linguistics (Annamalai). M.A. Lexicography. Bhujanga Reddy M.A. Preparation of text books and Mass Media.A.U. Literary Criticism. The M. M. Ph.A. which helps the student in developing his/her intelligence. M. Senior Diploma in Sanskrit . Diploma in Sanskrit (O. programmes in Urdu. Diploma in Translation Studies. Sociological approach to Literature. Lecturers Pillalamarri Ramulu (Senior Scale).D Linguistics (UoH).D. (UoH).A. Addanki Srinivas (Temporary): B. (Philosophy). Linguistics (Annamalai). Literary Criticism. (UoH) P. The programme aims at giving a fair knowledge of all the important forms of Urdu literature with introduction of other disciplines in Humanities and Social Sciences relevant to Urdu literature. Telugu (UoH).Comparative Aesthetics. Classical Literature. Classical and Modern Literature. Literary Criticism.) M.A.G. M. M. (Sanskrit & Telugu). Sociology (B. M.A. M. Folk Literature and Cultural Studies. B.A. Modern Poetry.A. Ph.D.R. It also provides an atmosphere for the development of creative talents among students.Phil.A.U) . (Telugu) (UoH) P. Prosody. (Telugu).Phil & Ph. Dalit Literature. M.. (Telugu). M. and core/compulsory courses in Computer & Urdu Software practices and Introduction to Urdu Journalism.A. M. Tirupathi).Phil (Telugu).Classical and Modern Literature. Bhasha Praveena (Andhra University) CIC (IGNOU) . M. (Jyothisha) (Telugu University). Folk Literature. Diploma in Tamil. Diploma in Telugu Translation (Sri Padmavati Mahila Viswavidyalayam. P. (Sanskrit) P.). Pammi Pavan Kumar. Vijayalakshmi.V.A. The Department also aims at developing the importance of national integration through its study and research programmes. (Sanskrit). M.A. (Sanskrit) – S. M. (Sri Padmavati Mahila Viswavidyalam. The programme consists of several innovative optional courses like translation theory & practice. (Applied Linguistics). and Ph. Ph.O. Applied Criticism.Literary Criticism. The Department offers M. Writing methods for audio visual media.A.D. (O. University .A. and Ph. (UoH) – Classical and Modern Telugu Grammar.Phil. M. M. UGC Research Scientist – C G. M.).A.A.D (Telugu) – Andhra University..A.A. Telugu Grammar and Linguistics. (Telugu). This Department is the only Department of Urdu in India having its own fully equipped Computer Lab with 12 PCs having Multimedia kits. Diploma in Sanskrit .Telugu Language.D. (OL) – Nagarjuna University. Telugu (Madras).G. Ph.G.

(on lien) Arshia Jabeen. (25 marks).D. Modern Fiction. will have an oral test for 25 marks. Research Methodology. history of Urdu literature and criticism (30 marks). Criticism.(UoH) – Classical & Modern Fiction. Ph. Urdu Fiction Lecturers Mohammed Naseemuddin. research in a systematic manner. (Madras) – Poetics. Oriental Poetics.A. Ph.A.A. for admission to M.Part ‘A’ and Part ‘B’.The M. (UoH) – Classical Prose & Poetry./Ph. and ii) one question to determine the candidate’s capacity for understanding and explaining poetry/couplets/ nazm/rubai etc. b) short questions on Urdu language and literature (20 marks).D.D.D. Habeeb Nisar.D.D.D. metaphorical studies in Urdu literature & Quran. Ph.Phil.D.Phil. Ph. Classical & Modern Literature. The tests are designed to test candidate’s knowledge at appropriate level i.D. a brief description (in about 500 words) of their proposed topic of research. Generes of Urdu literature. Ph. Practical Criticism. Urdu drama.D. Baig Ehsas. test will consist of i) two essay type questions (30 marks) and ii) short question/s on Urdu language/literature (20 marks). Modern Poetry.D. (Osmania) – Modern Criticism. and M. Ph. Programme has twin objectives: i) to train a student in research methodology so that he/she may pursue Ph. Modern Literary criticism. Part ‘B’ of M. course must submit along with their applications. & Ph. Entrance examination The entrance examination for M. Faculty Professors Mohammed Anwaruddin. Ph. Mohd. for admission to M.D. Modern poetry. Textual Criticism. Linguistics. Language and Literature. Applicants for the Ph. Textual Criticism. The candidates for Ph.D.e. Modern Fiction & Mass Media Deccani 42 .D. Modern Prose & Poetry Mohd. Khasif. Modern & post modern criticism. consists of two parts .Phil.Urdu Journalism. entrance examination will consist of i) two questions of essay type to test the explanatory/ descriptive ability of the candidate in Urdu language/literature and general topics (50 marks). (UoH) . Part ‘B’ of the Ph. Modern & Post Modern Criticism. Muzaffer Ali. (Hyderabad) -Deccani Language & Literature. Fiction.Phil. Urdu Criticism & Modern Literature. may be required to work on a topic approved by the Departmental Committee but our special targets are i) inter-disciplinary topics ii) topics of comparative literature. Classical Urdu literature. Classical Literature. Inter-disciplinary studies. Part ‘B’ of the M. Prof. (UoH) – Modern prose./M. Reader Rizwana Moin. The qualified candidates for M.A.A. (UoH) – Interdisciplinary studies. Part ‘A’ consists of objective type questions only (25 marks). Mass Media (Head of the Department) K. Criticism.Phil/Ph. B. Textual Criticism. Deccani literature. entrance examination will consist of a) two essay type questions to evaluate candidate’s knowledge of literary forms. and ii) to familiarize them with practical criticism so that their research does not become a mere enumeration of facts but exhibits an exercise of the faculties of critical appreciation and evaluation of literary works. Computer studies.D. Abdur Rab Manzar. Modern Poetry. Ph.

Phil. Language typology and Language Teaching. Stylistics. Indian Grammatical Tradition. Tamil. The dissertation will have to be written on a topic approved by the Centre. The dissertation will have to be written on a topic in Translation Studies approved by the Centre. word formation. Speech Technology. 5-year Integrated M. Morphology. Malayalam.D. Telugu. always) includes at least four courses spread over the first two semesters and a dissertation on an approved topic under Faculty guidance. created as a research centre in 1988. in Language Sciences has been launched from 2006-2007. Programmes of study M. jointly with IIIT. Language Teaching and Testing. Translation. Structure of an Indian Language.. Psycholinguistics and Sociolinguistics as well as specialists in different Ancient and Modern Indian and Foreign Languages. which include formal Syntax and Semantics. Psycholinguistics.Phil.Centre for Applied Linguistics and Translation Studies (CALTS) The Centre for Applied Linguistics and Translation Studies (CALTS). Semantics.A. Lexicography. M. Field Methods. CALTS specializes in language interface studies with a special emphasis on Language Technology (for which a Special Assistance Programme has been sanctioned by UGC (Phase-I: 2002 to 2007. of India and on anguage Teaching & Curriculum Design funded by TIFR. Kannada.A. The Ph. Translation Studies. Language Teaching & Testing. such as Sanskrit. Linguistics and other backgrounds to pursue their interests in Translation Studies and begin research without getting too deeply involved in Micro Linguistics. Machine Translation. The compulsory courses cover Phonetics. Computational Lexicography. etc. Lexicography. Phase – II 2007-2012). in Applied Linguistics is a four-semester programme with 4 courses per semester. Historical Linguistics. This ten semester progrmame trains students to work as language experts in the emerging areas of Computational Linguistics. Language of Mass Media. Structure of an Indian/Foreign Language. Oriya. the Centre. The optionals frequently offered include: semantics. Historical Linguistics. Language Planning & Development. 43 . Bangla/Khasi and Russian. Semiotics. Translation Studies. Lexicography. in Translation Studies is a two-semester programme including course work and a dissertation. and Language Therapy among others. Advanced Syntax. There are four courses to enable students from Literature. CALTS has ongoing project on Indian Language to Indian Language Machine Translation funded by MCIT. M.Phil. in Applied Linguistics is a two-semester programme including four papers in the 1st semester courses and a dissertation in the second semester. Advanced Computational Linguistics. Hyderabad. Syntax. Computational Linguistics. History & Culture. The nature of each programme is individually decided for each candidate but normally (and for candidates who have done no M. Language use in Professions. Computational Linguistics. The course work provides exposure to Research Methodology & Advances in Applied Linguistics as well as Theories of Translation and options such as Sociolinguistics. programme in Applied Linguistics and the Ph. established a post-graduate teaching programme in 1990. Psycholinguistics and Sociolinguistics. CALTS has specialized Faculty in other areas too. has also created a substantial computational facility for research and training in Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Machine Translation (MT). Widely perceived as one of the advanced centres of teaching and research in Linguistics and Translation studies in the country. Govt. Linguistics and Literature. Communication Studies and Cognitive Science. South Asia as a Linguistic Area. Marathi.D. Phonology. programme in Translation Studies extend over a minimum period of two years from the date of confirmation of admission.

(Massachusetts) . Quantitative Linguistics. M.Phil/Ph. Uma Maheshwara Rao. and Part ‘B’ will consist of the following: i) translation of sentences (10 marks). consists of two parts . programme in Applied Linguistics will include 25 objective type questions on general linguistics (25 marks) and Part ‘B’ will include five short questions in different areas of Applied Linguistics (25 marks). Translation Studies will consist of 25 objective type questions on language and general aptitude (25 marks). in Applied Linguistics will test language and general aptitude of the candidate as well as take into account proficiency in Linguistics (if any). (Osmania) ./M./M. Lexicography Panchanan Mohanty. Sanskrit Language & Literature. Translation Studies. Computational Linguistics. programme in Translation Studies will include under Part ‘A’. Ph. Language Typology. Translatology.D. Morphology. M.) (20 marks). (Berhampur) .A. Derivational Morphology. Part ‘B’ of the entrance examination for admission to M. Applied Linguistics will consist of 25 objective type questions on general linguistics (25 marks) and Part ‘B’ will test the following: i) simple questions on structure of Indian languages (15 marks). ii) translation of a prose passage along with discussion of the problems involved (10+5 marks).Litt.Phil. iii) a short essay (10 marks) and iv) an option of either (a) translation of a short passage from English into any Indian language the candidate is comfortable with or (b) elementary problems in descriptive linguistics (20 marks).D.Historical Linguistics. Linguistics (OU).D. ii) English language proficiency (20 marks).D. ii) Question on proposed topic of your research (15 marks) and iii) four short questions on different areas of Applied linguistics (Language Teaching and Testing.D. programme must submit along with the application (i) a brief description (about 500 words) of their proposed topic of research and (ii) a copy of M. (Head of the Centre) Gautam Sengupta.R. Faculty Professors Padmakar Dadegaonkar. Part ‘A’ of the question paper for M. Psycholinguistics. dissertation/ papers (returnable).A.Phil. Sociology of Language. The entrance examination for admission to the Ph. Linguistics and Sociology (Osmania) . Computational Linguistics & Formal Semantics and Linguistic Cognition (Joint Faculty. 25 objective-type questions testing language knowledge and familiarity with fields relevant to translation studies (25 marks) and Part ‘B’ consisting of : i) prose translation along with discussion of the problems involved (10+5 marks). Political Sociology.GB Theory. iii) three questions on translation theory (15 marks) and iv) questions on translation of technical terms (10 marks). Literacy Studies. B. G. Part ‘A’ consists of 25 objective type questions (25 marks). The questions will pertain to i) shortnotes on general/social issues related to language (25 marks).Marathi Language & Literature.Part ‘A’ and Part ‘B’. Note: Applicants for admission to the Ph. Linguistics. Gender Studies. one question on methodology and/or topic suggested (10 marks) and three short notes on structure of Indian languages (15 marks).A. Nonlinear Phonology. Part ‘A’ of the question paper for Ph. Lexicography. Ph. Applied Linguistics (SUNY New York) .D. Part ‘A’ of the question paper for M. Computational Linguistics. M. Phonology. etc.Entrance examination The entrance examination for M. Ph.Phil. Socio linguistics and psycholinguistics. Ph.D. Computational Linguistics. Bapuji. Comparative Literature. iii) questions on structure of Indian languages (10 marks) and iv) question on proposed topic of your research (15 marks).D. Philosophy of Language. Ph. ii) poetry translation (10 marks).Sc (BHU).Social Theory.Language Teaching and Testing.A. Translation Studies.D. Centre for Cognitive Science) 44 . Computational Linguistics.

Tamil Language and Literature. Lexicography and semantics. which includes course work and a dissertation. (2) Criticism and Contemporary Theory. The Ph. Shivarama Padikkal. Ph. Prabhakara Rao. Methodology of Linguistics. Indian Philosophy. Discourse Analysis. (Moscow) . Cultural Studies.D. (SVU) .Phil and Ph. Mon-Khmer Linguistics. (IIT.D. Linguistic Typology.Mathematical and Computational Linguistics. and two Courses of the student’s choice from the Courses being offered by the Centre. Phonetics. applicants must provide documentary evidence of knowledge of the literatures of at least two languages (one of which may be English). and they should therefore ensure that they have a good knowledge of English to follow the lectures and to participate in other curricular actives of the Centre.D.D. This does not hold in the case of those who already have an M. is a two-semester programme.D. (Mangalore) . Centre for Comparative Literature The Centre for Comparative Literature functioning since 1988.Syntax. Areal Linguistics. Ph. and Phonology. programme extends over a minimum period of two years from the date of confirmation of admission. M. Translation Studies. Furthermore.D. Programmes of Study M. but the requirements invariably include Course Work over two semesters comprising of 16 credits and a dissertation on an approved topic under Faculty guidance. Somsukla Banerjee. (Andhra) . Subrahmanyam. Semantics.Rajyarama. Lecturers Gracious Mary Temsen. 45 .Phil. Paninian Studies. Language Teaching. Natural Language Processing. The endeavour is to: encourage young learners to research expressive modes and archives of knowledge beyond those of their own culture. Krupanandam. Literary Criticism. Translation Theory and Practice.Kannada Language & Literature. (Delhi) .Phil. Translation Studies. Telugu Language and Literature. Language Deficit Studies. forge alliances with and develop sensitivity to differences in cultures and traditions. in consultation with the Faculty.Phil.D. Applicants for admission to the Centre should note that the medium of instruction in the Centre is English. Russian Linguistics and Russian as a Foreign Language. (JNU) – Morpho – Syntactic Typology. Anish Koshy. Ayurveda. Ph. J. Ph. The Centre offers research programmes in M. K. Psycholinguistics. Kanpur) – Cognitive Linguistics. The nature of the programme is decided for every student individually in consultation with the Faculty. The programme includes a written examination at the end of the first semester on the courses and submission of a dissertation for examination by the end of second semester.N. Ph. Lexicography.Sanskrit Language and Literature. Comparative Literature. in Comparative Literature and are applying for a Ph. Telugu grammar & Literature.D. aims at providing an interface between literatures and cultures with a contemporary charge.D. Translation Theory and Practice. Rajaniti.D. Systemic Linguistics and Systemic Typology. ELT and Syntax. (UoH) – Derivational Morphology. K. Comparative Literature. develop a critical awareness of sociopolitical and cultural discourses in terms of their impact on the literary and cultural studies. Ph. Ph. The Courses comprising of 16 credits include: (1) Comparative Theory and Research Methodology. The dissertation is required to be written under supervision on a topic approved by the Centre.

Applications unaccompanied by these enclosures may not be considered. Department of Sanskrit Studies Sanskrit is a repository of unlimited invaluable knowledge of Ancient Indian Heritage. Theatre and Film Studies.D. The nature of each programme is individually decided for each candidate which may include two courses and a dissertation on an approved topic under the Faculty guidance. Programme in Shabdabodha Systems and Language Technologies. Part B of the M. preserve. Ayurveda etc. (CIEFL. M.D. Ansari. J. (UoH) – Translation Studies. Part ‘A’ consisting of objective type questions. This is a two semester programme.D.Entrance examination The entrance examination for M. Faculty Professor Tutun Mukherjee. Ph.D. Cultural Studies.D.Phil. Minority Discourse. Malayalam Literature. Major goals of the Department are: a) To build bridges between the Ancient Indian knowledge systems and the current knowledge systems. While the present focus of the programme is in Language Technologies. / M. (Osmania University) – Dalit Studies. and maintain the manuscripts dealing with Ancient Indian Sciences and Technology. must submit along with the application (a) a brief description (about 500 words) of their proposed topic of research and (b) a copy of the M. dissertation / papers (this will be returned).D programme The Department offers a Ph.D. The Ph. (Osmania University) – Literary Criticism and Theory. Ph. d) To train traditional scholars in order to undertake research in application oriented knowledge mining. a unique research oriented Department of Sanskrit Studies was established in 2006 which will act as an interface between Sanskrit and the sub-fields of the Humanities. question paper will consist of i) short notes on Indian literatures and Western and Indian critical concepts and movements (20 marks). Gender and Ecological Studies. In the Second Semester student carries out research on an approved topic under the Faculty guidance leading to a dissertation.Litt.D. Translation. Ph.C. Keeping this in view. programme in Sanskrit Studies. consists of two parts: part ‘A’ and part ‘B’. Lecturers Sowmya Dechamma C. The first semester consists of course work with minimum 16 credits.Phil. Social Sciences. 46 . Telugu Literature.. Women’s Writing.T. c) To collect. Social Sciences and the Sciences.Phil.Phil Programme The Department offers an M. b) To explore Ancient Sciences and Technologies with a modern perspective to build alternate viable systems for the future. Critical Theory. There is an urgent need for knowledge mining from Ancient Sanskrit texts for bridge building between the past and the future through the present. Hyderabad) – Cultural Studies.D Programme extends over a minimum period of two years from the date of confirmation of admission. Kodava Language and Cultural Discourse.Phil. the Department actively encourages research in Sanskrit Studies in other disciplines such as Physical Sciences. Kannada Literature. Ph. will test the candidate’s knowledge of modern Indian literatures and comparative literature theory (25 marks). ii) one essay on a topic on comparative Indian literature (15 marks) and iii) translation of a passage from English to an Indian language (15 marks). Ph. Applicants for Ph. Culture Studies (Head of the Centre) Reader M. Bheemaiah./Ph.

(Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha. Part ‘B’ will have three sub-sections. The third sub-section consists of 6 short answer type questions on vyakarana. Dept..S. M. M. The first section consisting of essay type questions (20 marks) and the second section consists of short answer type questions on Vyakarana (30 marks).Sanskrit Studies. and also to prepare them for future career demands. It provides need-based courses in English for students across the University. – Natural Language Processing Vyakarana Joint Faculty K. wherein the candidate has to write a short note on the topic in which he would like to do research. consists of two parts . CSIS RVRK Shastry. The ELTC offers various courses both for postgraduate students and for students of the University’s Integrated Masters programme. The aim is to provide essential English language skills that would help students cope with their curricular demands in their respective disciplines.Tech (CSE.33 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer. Murthy. There will be negative marking for this part. Guest Faculty Sheeba V. Computational Linguistics and ayurveda. became an independent unit under the School of Humanities in December.N. Tirupati) . The Cell currently has two Faculty members. and 0. The student has to attempt any 4 questions (20 marks).D. explaining the methodology involved.33 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.(Head of the Department) Lecturer J. Natural Language Processing and Nyaya Vaisheshika. nyaya. The first sub section consists of 10 marks. manuscriptology.Phil. The purpose of examination will be to test the understanding of concepts rather than mere memorization.R. The second sub-section involves essay type questions (20 marks) to test the aptitude of the candidates for research. Computer Science and Mathematics. technical language of navya nyaaya. (Maths). of Telugu English Language Teaching Cell (ELTC) The English Language Teaching Cell. Shree Deepa and Ms. Reader. Dr. Ph.D. The purpose of examination will be to test the understanding of concepts rather than mere memorization. Part B will have two sub sections. There will be negative marking for this part and 0.Bridging the gap between Science and Technology in Sanskrit texts with the Modern Science and Technology. with special emphasis on Language Technology. Subrahmanyam. CALTS K. Faculty Reader Amba Kulkarni.Sc. Classes are organized in small groups to facilitate individual as well as remedial attention. 2006. The questions will be on vyakarana/linguistics. NLP. Prasad.Entrance Examination The entrance examination for Ph. Kanpur) . and on general Sanskrit.Part ‘A’ and Part ‘B’. Part ‘A’ consists of 25 objective type questions (25 marks).A.D. IIT. consists of two parts – Part A consists of 25 objective type questions (25 marks). Prof. Computational Linguistics/ NLP and on general Sanskrit. Ph. Jyoti Hymavathi Devi and a Coordinator from the English Department. the brainchild of the Department of English. 47 . The questions will be on vykarana/linguistics. The entrance examination for M. Prof.

Sociology and Anthropology. Centre for Knowledge. Centre for Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy (2007) 2. Centres 1.SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES The School of Social Sciences comprises the following Departments and Centres. stipulated by the Departments. Centre for Regional Studies Centre for Folk Culture Studies Centre for the Study of Indian Diaspora Department of Economics Department of History Department of Political Science Department of Sociology Department of Anthropology The University established the following new interdisciplinary Centres in 2007. Political Science. 5. E. An Archival Cell with the support of the UGC is functioning under the auspices of the Department of History for preservation of rare and valuable manuscripts. Sociology and Anthropology after fulfilling the credit requirement. students will branch out to Departments of Economics. These Centres are located in School of Social Sciences: 1. The School has Human Rights Programme functioning under the auspices of Political Science Department. 3. The Departments of Economics. For the first three years the students admitted to the programme do courses offered by various departments in the School and other Schools in the University. 48 . History. Political Science. History. of Sociology is the Dean of the School. All the Departments are equipped with e-mail and internet facilities. Haribabu. 3. The Department of Anthropology has developed a museum as a teaching aid for students. 4. Political Science and Sociology have been recognised by the University Grants Commission for the Special Assistance Programme. Prof. 2. Departments 1. Dept. Centre for Women’s Studies (2007) 3. 2. At the end of three years. From the Academic Year 2007-2008 the School of Social Sciences has started a 5-Year Integrated Programme in Social Sciences leading to Masters Degree in Economics. Culture and Innovation Studies (2007) In July 2007 the Centre for Folk Culture Studies started an Advanced PG Diploma course in Folk Culture Studies under the UGC supported innovative programme/scheme.

Department of Economics The Department of Economics has been offering programmes of study leading to M. Ph. Public Economics. Economic Theory. This is designed to test the candidates’ general aptitude (including his/her quantitative ability) and understanding of economics at the bachelor’s level. c) proficiency in research methodology of economics. they are expected to write a dissertation. Development Economics & Mathematical Economics K. b) literature in the chosen area of research and.A. Ph. Murty. Candidates for Ph. Econometrics and Computer Applications. M.. Ph. The Department offers well-balanced courses of study at all levels incorporating Economic Theory. The Ph. Those who are qualified under UGC JRF are exempted from the written test for the Ph. Applied Economics and Statistics B. Students are required to do course work in the first semester.Phil.N. and Indian Economic Problems. (Gujarat) – Public Economics.D. Faculty Professors G.D. Admission to the M.M. programme consists of objective type questions.V. Corporate Finance. M. The written test consists of objective type questions. Students are in addition trained in econometrics and quantitative methods. Political Economy. Programmes of study M. Calcutta) Development with special reference to Agriculture. (Head of the Department) Readers Vathsala Narasimhan.D programme.A.Phil. whenever necessary) leading to a thesis on an approved topic. (Andhra) . Agricultural Economics. Quantitative Analysis.and Ph. The thesis will be of a high standard seen as a contribution to knowledge and will be defended in an open viva-voce. During the remaining part of the programme. The course work places emphasis on: a) recent advances in selected areas of economics.A.(IIT.Sarma.D.D. Kamaiah. A certain minimum standard in quantitative methods is expected of candidates. Ph.D. programme consists mainly of research work (with provision for course work. programme will be based on written and oral tests./Ph.Phil.D programme are required to submit a research proposal along with applications for admission. Ph.Econometrics. Only those who qualify in the written test will be called for the oral test. techniques and applied economics.D. The programme for M.A. is a one year programme consisting of course work and dissertation.D. programme has been designed to expose the student to alternative paradigms of economic theory and their application to contemporary national and international problems.Bombay) . degrees since 1979. (Gujarat) .Monetary and Financial Economics J.International Economics.D. Mathematical Economics and Economics of 49 . Nancharaiah. Applications without research proposal will not be considered. Entrance examination The entrance examination for M. studies is divided into 4 semesters spread over two years and consists of compulsory and optional courses which the student can opt for from a wide range of courses. designed to cover economic theory.(ISI.

D. (JNU) – Demography. Cultural history and contemporary history.Vijay. WTO and Globalization..12.A.2009) G. economic history. Naresh Kumar Sharma. R V Ramana Murthy. technology. Kanpur) .Phil. Manohar Rao. an in-depth study of the linkages (socio-cultural and economic) of the Deccan region with other Indian regions and the outside world are also attempted. Phanindra Goyari. Indian national movement.(Institute of Social Studies The Hague)– Labor Economics.Sandhya. Law and Economics G. (Selection Grade) M. Delhi) – Development Economics. Andhra Pradesh. Ph. (Senior Scale) M. Raja.D.D. Ph. USA) – Macro Economics. Environmental Economics. New Institutional Economics. namely. Science and Technology. Ph. (UoH) – Development Studies. and Ph. environment and medicine. Health Policy Department of History The Department of History offers courses leading to M. Ph.D (UoH) – Industrial Economics.D.Phil. and Model Building & Simulation in Economics. Gender and Poverty.V. Classical Political Economy.. Laxminarayana. 50 . Development Economics.D. (IGIDR. M. There is a two fold aim of all research activities in the Department: a) Widening the database in its studies of local and regional history and b) introducing an inter-disciplinary approach to understand the underlying social and economic realities of the history of the Deccan through the ages. (JNU) – Classical Economics. Indian Economy. Ph. Development Economics.A. women’s studies. Agricultural Economics. G. (IIT. Ph. (ISI. It also offers 10 courses in history for the first three years of IMA Social Sciences. Micro-Economic Theory. At the same time. (JNU) – Development Theory and Policy.(on sabbatical leave for one year from 1. Omkarnath. Political Economy of India and Capital Theory J. Ph. Population and Development. Transitional Economics and International Finance. Political Economy. Economics of Science. Ph. Development Economics.1. Health Care. Law & Economics. peasant and tribal movements. Vamsicharan Vakulabharanam. Comparative Economic Systems. Ph. science. R. UGC Research Scientist ‘B’ (Readers’ Grade) S. At the research level the Department’s primary focus is on the socio-economic and cultural history of the Deccan region. Vijay.D. The department has been involved in guiding research on North East regions. Mumbai). Technology and Technical Change. (UoH) . Its teaching programme is designed to provide students with a broad overview of world history narrowing down to focus on the history of India with special emphasis on socio-economic. Nagarjuna. Ph. (Institute of Social and Economic Change. Economics of Business Organizations. Environmental Economics. (Hyderabad) – Political Economy. (UoH) – Econometrics.D. Ph. Agricultural Economics. Environment and cultural history.D. science. Bangalore) – Food Security. technology. (Massachusetts.A.2009 to 31. Macro Economics and Law & Economics Lecturers K. Karnataka and Maharashtra.D. Gandhian Economic Thought. Health Economics. (Senior Scale) Ph.D. Sridevi. Mathematical Economics.D Degrees.D.Political Economy and Agricultural Economics B.Micro Economic Theory.

in the following semester to the writing of a dissertation under the guidance of a Faculty member on an approved topic. Course covers two semesters including dissertation. During the first semester. Under the UGC Programme of Universities with Potential for Excellence (UPE) the Department could procure and strengthen the infrastructural facilities in the Department. The Ph. The Archival Cell in the Department contains the private papers of individuals who have participated in the freedom movement.Programmes of Study The M. with four courses per semester. It has also been able to support the continuance of several foreign and Indian journals on History subscribed by the Library. One of these is an intensive introduction to the problem being researched by the individual students leading.Phil. candidates interested in pursuing their studies in the Department are assessed in their intensive knowledge of 51 .Phil and Ph.Phil degree are required to do the M. Students undertake research on an approved topic under the guidance of a Faculty member.A. Infrastructural Facilities Under the support from the Special Assistance Programme of the UGC the Department has been able to purchase a large number of books on most of the recent writings on history. The M.A. As part of its effort the Department continues to document and update its resources with the help of equipment being purchased from time to time. The main thrust of the first two semesters is to equip the students in certain core compulsory courses in both Indian and non-Indian history.Phil and Ph. extendable by one semester. major essay.. course is the inclusion of essays and objective type questions to assess the general aptitude and capability of the candidates and their knowledge of the subject for pursuing the course concerned. M.D. During semesters III and IV a wide range of special courses as optionals are offered by the Department thus providing an opportunity for students to specialize in specific areas of Indian History. Students also have an opportunity to do at least two courses outside the Department during their third or fourth semesters with the aim to encourage inter-disciplinary studies. All the students of history are free to use the lab with free internet access. In general. The Department during each academic year decides the number and title of options.A. These are designed to be comprehensive and introduce students into the various interpretative dimensions of understanding the history of human civilization with a focus on India. The Department of History has a Computer Laboratory with 12 Computers and a printer.A.Phil and Ph. Those students admitted directly without M. three compulsory courses have to be done by the students. The focus is on issues of historical interpretation and method. examination.D examination assess the students on writing. M. Entrance Examination The Department conducts its M. the Department may have other types of assessment procedures like the inclusion of short extracts and questions based on it or the inclusion of “fill in the blanks” based on well-known historical facts. short essays and short notes on key concepts in history and one of the essays to be done is necessarily on historiography or historical method. In addition.A. course is a two year programme consisting of 16 courses spread over four semesters. The M. programme is mainly a research programme.Phil course work and examination conducted by the Department. for the M. Computer Lab for students of M. Two aspects that are common to the examination for M.D Entrance Examinations based on a wide array of different types of questions. The Department has an archaeological museum containing antiquities representing stone ages to late Medieval periods.D.

and Ph.D. Rakesh Pandey.Modern Indian History. Ph.D. Ph. Science and Technology and Medieval Archaeology.D. Sweden. (JNU. (Paris) – Economic History of South Asia. Ph. Rao. Department of Political Science The Department of Political Science currently has Special Assistance Programme (DSA-III) on the thrust area Globalization. Modern Western Ideas and their Impact. Urban History and Historiography (on EOL) R. Pre and Proto History. Iron Age. Lecturers R. Students seeking admission to the M. Science.D.D (Hyderabad) – Modern Indian History. Women’s History. Ph. The Department offers courses leading to M.D. Ph. Megalithic Culture and Ancient Trade. Religion.. courses must also take a Viva-Voce examination. Rajagopal. Ph.historical facts and also their ability to comprehend general concepts in history along with their skills in writing about historical narratives in a comprehensive way. Women’s History. Environmental Studies and History of Computers. V. M.N. Ancient Indian History. (Nagpur) – Field Archaeology. Faculty Professors Aloka Parasher Sen. (JNU. P. Medieval Indian State and History of Kashmir and Central Asia (on EOL) Atlury Murali. Women’s History and Historiography. Society and Cultural History and the History of Medieval Science and Technology (Coordinator. M.D.Phil.D.D. 52 . Democracy and citizenship studies. Rila Mukherjee. Socio-economic History.Medieval Indian History.Phil. Delhi) . Centre for Women’s Studies). (London) – Modern Indian History. Socio Economic History of the Deccan.Medieval Indian History. Ph.A. Historical Archaeology. degrees. (London) . Society and Culture. Law and Society. (Chandigarh) – Medieval Indian Historiography. Ph.D. (Allahabad) . Ph. (JNU.D. Social and Cultural History of South India.Ancient and Early Medieval Indian History. Hangloo. Rajesh. Historical Cartography Readers Rekha Pande. Delhi) . Technology and Medicine (Head of the Department) K. Peasant Movements. (London) – Cultural and Intellectual History of Modern India.. Civil Society and governance interface. Socio-Religious Movements and Polity in South India and the Deccan and Tibetan History and Culture. Ph. Anindita Mukhopadhyay. Women’s Studies.L. early Modern European history.D. Theories and Methods in History and Social and Cultural Theories (on EOL). The Department has a Faculty and student exchange programme with the Uppsala University. and Ph.D. Social History and History of South India. Delhi) – Medieval Indian History. Maritime and Oceanic history. State.Social and Cultural History of Colonial India with special reference to Freedom Struggle. (Wisconsin) . Ph. Ph. Sanjay Subodh. Swarupa Rani.D.

approaches. Political Theory. International Relations. will have two parts. goals or objectives. Comparative Politics. programme in Political Science consists of 16 courses (8 core or compulsory courses and 8 optional courses) spread evenly over four semesters. the Department offers core courses on Political Thought. This is an essential requirement. currently Vice-Chancellor. Out of three questions. Indian Government and Politics and Public Policy/ Administration. programme consists mainly of a research project (and course work if required) and a thesis on a topic approved by the Department. Public Administration and Public Policy. International Relations. students are required to choose 8 optional courses from a considerably long list of special courses. International Relations. These not only supplement the compulsory courses in the core areas but also offer students opportunities to study such frontier areas like Human Rights. The written examination for M. 53 .D.D. Part-C will comprise passage comprehension. In Part-B the candidates will be asked to answer 5 short questions on Political Thought. in the areas of Research Methodology.Part-A consisting of objective type questions and Part-B in the form of long essays in the following areas of Political Science: Political Thought. The students are required to devote the first semester to course work which consists of four courses.Part-A consists 3 questions on Methodology. With this in view. programme are required to submit a research proposal for the intended Ph. In formulating the entire programme.D. The written examination for Ph. Student is supposed to attempt only one question and it carries 37. These courses are aimed at acquainting students with the latest political and theoretical trends. Candidates are expected to have B. students should be familiar with all the sub-disciplines. Comparative Politics. Advanced Theories and a specialized course in the field of student’s research interest. The questions will be specific and will be aimed at testing the candidate’s knowledge of the subject. In the following semester. relevant and useful. Feminism and Post-modernism and vulnerable/marginalized groups. Indian Political Process. each carrying four credits.5 marks. It should reflect the candidate’s preparedness of research. student is to attempt only one question and it carries 37. statement of the problem and methods of executing the proposal.Phil. will have two parts . Entrance examination The written test for admission to M. Political Science will consist of three parts. making the programme contemporaneous. thesis along with the application for admission. The thesis should be of a high standard and considered to be a valuable contribution to the area of study concerned.International Relations.A. The M. each student is required to write a dissertation on an approved topic under the supervision of a Faculty member. (On leave.(JNU) . Comparative Government. course is a two semester programme. Each course carries four credits. Ph.D. The Ph. trends. Candidates for the Ph.D. Comparative Politics. The research proposal should contain hypothesis.Phil. Allahabad University). Faculty Professors Rajendra Govind Harshe. level familiarity with the subject. There is also a course giving an overview of the major approaches to the study of politics.5 marks. the Department is guided by the consideration that at the post graduate level. In Part-A the candidates will have to answer objective type questions. and paradigms of Political Science.Programmes of study The M. Part-B consists of 10 questions on 5 areas of Political Science: Political Thought. Indian Government and Politics and Public Policy / Administration. Indian Government and Politics and Public Policy and Administration. Comparative and Area Studies with reference to Afro Asia and Political Theory .A. After completing these 8 compulsory courses in the first two semesters. International Relations.A.

The endeavour is to stress interdisciplinary exchange with other disciplines in the school. Chandrasekhara Rao. with a special focus on themes of globalization and public and public space.D. Modern Ideologies. Politics of Hindu Nationalism.A. (JNU) . Rural Political Processes (on leave. Politics of Globalization Naushad Anwar Sulaiman.. Dalit Politics.Comparative Government and Politics.Sudarshanam. Women Studies Lecturers B.Public Administration. Ph. Prithvi Ram Mudiam.D. G.C.D. (Kakatiya) . (London) – International Relations: Indian Foreign Policy. Ph. Govt of India). Ph. (JNU) – Indian Political Process.D. (HULL) – Political Philosophy/ Theory.Political Theory. Human Rights. Ph.D.D. (DRS Level II) supported by the U. West-European Studies Department of Sociology While emphasizing topics and themes central to the discipline. Governance. Ph. Sarangi. Suri. Manjari Katju. Rural Development. Ph.D. Higher Education and Training. Chinese Studies. Indian Political Thought K. Tribal Development. (Dip. Indian Political Process. Ph.Y. Eashvaraiah. Comparative Politics. currently Chairperson. (JNU) – Indian Political Process.International Relations. Ph.Shantha Sinha. (Rochester) . Political Economy of Development. Ph.L. Prakash C. This has been upgraded to DSA-I status (2007-2012). (JNU) – Indian Political Process and Public Policy Readers Sanjay Palshikar.. in Strategic Studies) . International Political Economy. Ph. (JNU) – Political Theory. Ramabrahmam.D. Political Development.A. (JNU) – International Relations. (JNU) . Political Sociology.D. Ramdas.Political Theory. globalization and the idea of ‘public space’. 54 . (Poona) .Indian Government and Politics. Russian and European Studies. Ph. in the thrust areas of social identities. (Andhra).D. (Ottawa) – Political Philosophy. of Kerala) – Political Theory. The Department has had a Special Assistance Programme. National Commission for Child Welfare.D. (London) – Indian Political Process. M. Dalit Politics in India R.D.D. South Asian Politics. (Kanpur) – Indian Political Process: Political parties in India.D. (UoH) – Public Policy.G. Comparative Politics P. Public Policy. Comparative Politics. Arun Kumar Patnaik. Ph. Ph. Modern Political Theory with Reference to Socialism and Feminism. Ph. Jyotirmaya Sharma. Ph.C.D. (Univ. Agrarian Politics in India. M. Indian Government and Politics. Comparative Politics Biju B. Ph.Moazzam Ali. K. the Department’s teaching and research activities have been oriented towards contemporary questions that have both basic and applied dimensions. I. Md. Ratnam. Indian Political Process Vasanthi Srinivasan.D.

D.Phil. Section A: (maximum marks 25) comprises objective type of questions to test the comprehension of a given passage. candidates will be interviewed on the general area of specialization proposed by the student and their M. Sociology of Organisations. Ph.D. The M.A. Environment and Sustainable Development. Sickness and Healing. The Ph.D. Industrial Relations and Contemporary Capitalism. Technology. However.Programmes of study Three programmes of study are offered leading to the M. candidates may be required to undertake course work if recommended by the Department. M. Sociology of Health. such admission is subject to the availability of vacancies under this category as per University rules. subject to some conditions. Those employed and seeking admission as part time Ph. and Ph. Ph.. programme in Sociology is a four semester programme spread over two years and consists of 10 compulsory courses and 6 optional courses (equivalent to 4 credits each). Sociology of Gender. degree course in Sociology is divided into two Sections: A and B. dissertation is expected to be completed by the end of the second semester. degrees in Sociology. students in the latter programme have the option to join the department with the regular M. and one optional course generally in the broad area of research in which the dissertation is planned. level sociological theory and methods. Social Stratification. Nation and State.Phil. Entrance examination The written test for admission into the M. The examination pattern of Ph. entrance written test and interview will be based on M. The M. Science. The course work during first semester consists of two compulsory courses in Advanced Sociological Theories and Research Methods.A. include: NGOs and Development. Modern Sociological theory. The written test for Ph.D. include: Classical Sociological Theory. students must make a specific request to that effect at the time of admission. Sociology of Culture. course includes thesis evaluation and an open house Viva voce examination. Urban Sociology. The student seeking admission 55 . People. The compulsory courses for M. Culture and Society. The M. a short note (about 150 words) and an essay (about 500 words) on a contemporary social issue. In addition the following optional courses are offered: The optional courses for M. Culture and Society. The M. programme is a full time research programme over a minimum period of two years.Phil. Indian Society I. thesis.Phil. At the end of three years.A. Students may be allowed to take upto two of the six optional courses from other departments subject to the permission of the Head of the Department. Decentralized Governance and Development. Law. Research Methods I. students. Research Methods II. Indian Society II.D.D. if any. programme is a preliminary research degree course of two semester duration. The department also participates in the Five Year Integrated Master’s Programme in Social Sciences from 2007-2008.A. Modernity and Modernisation. State and Society.A. Indian Diaspora. Population and Society. Section B: (maximum marks 75) consists of precis writing.A. Sociology of Development.Phil. Rural Society and Agrarian Change. Sociology of Communication.A. will examine candidate’s knowledge of sociological theory and methods. simple arithmetic and reasoning abilities.D.

(JNU) – Gender.D. D.D. Bangalore) – Sociology of Environment. Information Technology and Society.D. Programmes of study The Department offers M. Natural Resource Management and Development. Corporate Business and Society. (Hyderabad) – Agrarian Studies.A.D. which equips students to meet the academic challenges in urban/rural/tribal field studies.D.D. Ph.Purendra Prasad. (Pittsburgh) – Sociology of Gender. Social Theory. Haribabu. Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and Development. programme must submit with their applications an outline of their research proposal.Urban Sociology. Sociology of Development.(Mysore) .Phil.Sociology of Science and Technology (Dean of the School) Sasheej Hegde.Phil. Apart from studying ethnographic diversity. Ph. (Hyderabad) – Sociology of Education.T. Of them. Child and Society. and Ph. Ph. Introduction to Social Anthropology Physical Anthropology Archaeological Anthropology 56 . and Sociology of Development. Decentralized Governance. N. Ph.I. Social Identities. It imparts training in both theoretical and applied research in Anthropology. The compulsory courses are: 1. Vinod K. Sociology of Organisations. Law and Aspects of Indian Sociology/Historiography (Head of the Department) Readers K. Jairath. The department has developed a small museum as a teaching aid for students.D. Lecturers V. of Sussex. (Univ. Ph.D. Sociology of Health. Aparna Rayaprol.D. Ph. (Bangalore) – Philosophy of Social Science. The M. 2. Ph. Bombay) . M. (ISEC. Laxmi Narayan. Social Demography.A. bringing out specific theoretical and methodological approaches to be employed. and Qualitative Research Methods. Ph. programmes in Anthropology (Social/Cultural). Nagaraju Gundimeda. Department of Anthropology The Department of Anthropology started functioning from the academic year 1988-89. UK) –Sociology of Communication. Urban Sociology. Ph. 11 are compulsory courses and the remaining 5 are optional courses. the department is oriented towards application of anthropological knowledge to the understanding of social problems and development issues. Raghava Reddy. course is a two-year programme consisting of a total of 16 courses of 4 credits each spread over four semesters with four courses per semester. Janardhan. Backward Classes.. Ajailiu Niumai.D.to the Ph. Faculty Professors E.D. (I. 3. C. Ph. (Hyderabad) – Science and Technology Studies. (Hyderabad) – Sociology of Industrial Relations. Satya Priya Rout. Indian Diaspora.D.

The M. and Indian ethnography. Medical Anthropology.G. level Anthropological theory.Phil.33 marks for each wrong answer for Part ‘A’ questions. objective of study. Part ‘A’ consists of objective type of questions for 25 marks.towards nominal fieldwork fees during the concerned semester. The written test for Ph.D. Part ‘B’ consists of essay and precis writing. There is negative marking of 0. 7. The written test for M. 8. a tentative. generally in the broad area of research on which the dissertation is planned. Ecological Anthropology.250/. Economic Anthropology.4. Anthropology of Communication. etc. The students are permitted to opt for some inter-disciplinary courses from other departments and schools in consultation with the department. and his/her M. Field Work Dissertation and Viva-voce The Department offers optional courses in Development Anthropology. students also. The first semester is devoted for course work consisting of two compulsory courses of 4 Credits each. comprehension and analysis of statistical data.Phil programme is for two semesters... and consists of objective type of questions in Part ‘A’ and short notes and critical essay writing in Part ‘B’. There is provision for admitting limited number of part-time Ph. Peasant Society. methods. is a full fledged research programme on an approved research topic for a minimum period of two years.. 5. 1) Advanced Anthropological Theories and 2) Advanced Research Methods. Candidates must submit along with their application. the students must conduct field-work on a chosen topic for a period of about one month under the supervision of Faculty and submit a dissertation for Viva-voce examination. This course is largely subsidised by the University and the students have to pay Rs.Phil. research methodology and design of the study. the registration of the candidate for next semester will be recommended. admission is based on P.Phil dissertation. will be interviewed on the general theoretical area of specialization proposed by the concerned student. if any. 6.D. is on the same line as M. degree course consists of two parts viz. Natural Resource Management and livelihood Systems.D. The second semester is devoted for preparation and submission of M. Anthropological Linguistics. 57 . viz. Entrance examination The written test for admission into M. “Field work” is an important component of the compulsory courses. This “field work” is usually conducted during the winter vacation at the end of the third semester. but a detailed research proposal on the proposed research topic covering review of literature. A duly constituted Doctoral Committee for each student monitors the progress every semester.Phil. Physical and Archaeological Anthropology Practicals Field work and Research Methods Theories of Culture Theories of Social Structure Applied Anthropology and Tribal Welfare Indian Society 10. and one optional course of 4 Credits. The Ph.D. Part ‘A’ and Part ‘B’. Candidates for Ph. Based on the Report of the Doctoral Committee.A. Anthropology of Complex Societies 11. 9.

(Head of the Centre) Centre for Folk Culture Studies In the wake of globalization.D.D.Phil.D. cultural anthropology. N.Phil. and socio-economic history of the Deccan.D. (SVU) – Archaeological Anthropology. Anthropology and Gender (Head of the Department) Readers R. Ph. (UoH) – Applied Anthropology and Tribal Studies. 58 . Anthropology of development. Environmental Studies. Social mobility and social change. USA.D. (UoH) – Medical Anthropology. Ethno archaeology.(Andhra) – Anthropology of Development. B. Romesh Singh. Peasant studies. Ph.Sc.D.K. Theories of Culture. Urban Anthropology. This vital area of enquiry is now arousing culture consciousness among the zealots of the exotic ranging from corporate groups to that of policy makers and social activists. Culture and Cognition. The Centre’s interdisciplinary and multiperspec-tival approaches emphasizes research and teaching in Folk Culture Studies in the milieu of contemporary ethnographic fieldwork. Ecology and environment. M. and Ph. It was established with the assistance of the Ford Foundation. (Utkal) – Culture. Ph. The envisaged research programmes encompass ecological and environmental studies. Ph. economics. political science.V. Ph. the Centre promotes studies in the fields of geography. (Rochester) – South Asian Social Systems. (JNU) . programmes in the broad areas of research outlined above.D.12. regional historical processes. (Mysore) Social stratification. Indian Society and Ideology. Indian Society Lecturers Shaik Abdul Munaf. and Ageing. Environment and Development. Misra. regional social structure. In view of the multidisciplinary nature of research.Venkata Rao. Part A of the question paper will consist of objective type questions to examine the aptitude of the candidates to pursue the research programmes in the Centre. Kinship Studies. Complex Societies. Business Anthropology Centre for Regional Studies The Centre for Regional Studies aims at conducting multi-disciplinary research in the Deccan and adjacent areas. The Centre for Regional studies offers M.Sudhakar Rao. Siva Prasad.D. Faculty Professor Sheela Prasad. and Ph.D. sociology. Anthropology of Communication. Health. regional economics and development studies. The entrance test (written) for admission to M. programmes consists of two parts. socio-economic history. Ph. Tribal Studies. The Centre for Folk Culture Studies is the first of its kind in the Central University system in India.Urban and Regional Geography.2010). Sharma. Part-B will consist of questions related to the subject of study at the post graduate degree. Social Structure.D. Indian Prehistory M. C. Ph. Theory in Anthropology P. Anthropological theory (on EOL till 31. Development and Action Anthropology George Tharakan.Faculty Professors K. Ph. (UoH) – Kinship Studies. Language. Indian culture in general and folk culture in particular needs special attention to safeguard its own identity and heritage.

” Entrance Examination There will be an entrance examination for Advanced P. To gain knowledge of how expressive traditions play a role in communicating cultural constructs and community behaviour. Religion. to analyse culture in relation to various aspects of human creativity such as Science.G. Art. Diploma in Folk Culture Studies. retrieving and disseminating the data in multimedia formats.D. Performance Studies and Folk Culture.T. The Section B (maximum marks 75) consists of short notes and an essay on Indian culture and history. The main objectives of the Centre are: to study diverse aspects of folk expressive behaviour as a dialogue between human groups and their physical and social environments. Madras) . and on occasions challenge their own culture.D. 2. Section A (maximum marks 25) comprises objective type of questions to test the ability of the candidate in general knowledge and current events. (Head of the Centre) 59 ..Socio cultural and Economic History. The written test is for 100 marks and is divided into two sections: A and B. The Centre’s clientele has been growing incessantly from scholars abroad to Indian academicians. To understand how communities represent themselves to the others through their cultural idioms. 3. Ph. To appreciate how people learn and internalize one’s own culture. which would eventually become their strength in dealing with social issues and developmental activities related to cultural sphere. Objectives of the Course 1.Several reputed scholars from various parts of the world have been collaborating with the Centre in its research activities. Peasant Studies. (I. Oral History.I. Programme The Centre offers Ph. Ph. Adv. The admission is based only on the entrance examination. The written test will consist of essay and objective type questions to ascertain the general aptitude and capability of the candidate for pursuing research in folk culture studies.A. to document and utilize folklore genres (verbal and non-verbal) and folk lifestyles of various cultural landscapes in order to cognate the native knowledge systems for sustainable development. The students trained through this course may become potential human resource for the governmental and non-governmental organizations working in the fields of cultural studies. The students will be trained in archival management for preserving.D. The course has a research component and each student would submit a dissertation based on field data in any one aspect of any given folk community. Technology. PG Diploma in Folk Culture Studies “The objective of the course is to bring innovation and excellence in teaching by incorporating field based studies through fieldwork which exposes the students to the life experiences of the folk communities and their adaptation strategies to living environments. Literature etc. To get insights into the worldview of the communities through the process of ethnographic research – interviewing people and analyzing their cultural behaviour. rural development and sustainable prosperity. Faculty Professor Y.Sudhakar Reddy. 4. Programme in Folk Culture Studies. The course primarily aims at training the students in new ethnographic methods.

Anthropology of Communication. Sociology of Health 60 . Joint Faculty Prof. Anthropology of Gender. market driven. technocractic.D.S. Ph. Department of Anthropology is the Director of the centre. Folklore and Gender Studies Documentation Officer U. d) Developing an understanding of discrimination at the empirical level. It is one of the byproducts of modern or post-modern. Traditional Media and Folk Arts. Cultural History. Ph. the goal with which our freedom struggle was fought and the tacit social impact on the basis of which modern India has come into being.A. being fully funded by the UGC with Faculty positions and non-teaching staff. exclusion and inclusion. Folklife Studies. Caste Politics and Institutions of Power. Development Communication. N. The entrance test (written) for admissions to these programmes consists of two parts : Part . N. Based on the recently originated concept the Centres have been established for undertaking comprehensive studies and research into the Social Exclusion as a complex and multidimensional concept having social.N.D. religious and linguistics minorities etc. Visual Communication. competitive. Ph. (UoH). Popular Culture. M. Overcoming ‘exclusion’ constitutes the most elementary pre-requisite for the building of a democractic society. Kanaka Durga. e) Formulating policies for protecting the rights of these groups and eradicating the problem of exclusion and discrimination. (Hyderabad) – Agrarian Studies. Educational Television. and globalised society. Purendera Prasad. Kinship Studies. Medieval Bhakti Centre for the study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy The Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy is one of the few Centres set up in the country. exclusion an inclusion based on caste/ethnicity and religion. The social exclusion has to do with “capabilities’. Epigraphy. Krishna Reddy. c) Conceptualizing and problematizing discrimination. Sudhakarudu. Film Studies. and Ph. The Centre has adopted multi-disciplinary approach. b) Developing understanding of the nature and dynamics of discrimination and exclusion.D.D (Rochester) – South Asian Social systems. Political and economic ramifications.Reader P.Phil (OU) – Cultural Studies. Ethnohistory. Faculty Prof. G. Ph. gender.Phil. This new concept encompasses the traditional forms of discrimination which operates in covert and overt manner on caste. (Nagarjuna University) Literature. Cultural. It was established in May 2007. Its faint appearance can even be noticed in the strategies of policies and economic growth strategies. ethnicity. It offers M.D. programmes in the broad areas of research outlined in the objectives. Television Production. Sudhakar Rao. These dimensions are interwoven. Reader Dr.A of the question paper will consist of objective questions and Part – B consists of essay type questions to examine the aptitude and capability of the candidate to pursue research programmes in the centre. Social structure. Indian Society and Ideology. AudioVisual Documentation and Archiving. (Osmania) – Social Movements. The centre has the following objectives : a) Conceptualizing discrimination. This concept is concerned with subtle forms of discrimination and indirect exclusion and stubborn underneath or hidden inquality with superficial equality. M.

if any. Programme of Study The Centre offers interdisciplinary courses on Indian Diaspora at the M. (Andhra). (Hyderabad) . Dalit Politics. Ramdas. degree.Y.D. (Hyderabad) – Applied Anthropology and Tribal Studies.D. Inclusive Policies – STs. (Hyderabad) – Sociology of Education. Ph. civilizational heritage of diasporic communities. Ph. (Dip. Chandrasekhara Rao.Economics of Discrimination and Child Labour. The Centre envisages research on the historical context of the Indian Diaspora.Phil and Ph. Tribal Development. programme must submit with their applications an outline of their research proposal. Information Technology and Society B. in 1996 to carry out interdisciplinary research on overseas Indians who today constitutes more than 20 million spread over hundred countries around the world. Ph. a detailed CV. level besides M. Application for Visiting Fellowships should include a 2-page description of work to be carried out during the fellowship period.D. Organisation Behaviour and Organisational Culture Studies J. Education and Social Participation Centre for the Study of Indian Diaspora The Centre for the Study of Indian Diaspora was established under the Area Studies Programme of the U. V.Phil interview will be based on theories and methods studied at the M. Part-B will consist of essay type questions related to the subject of study at the postgraduate level. Visiting Fellowships The Centre offers two to three Visiting Fellowships to national and international scholars each year to carry out specific research or to finalize their Reports/Monographs at the Centre for a period ranging between one to six months. Ph. The entrance test (written) for admission to M. In Strategic Studies) – Comparative Government and Politics.C.D.Phil thesis. and recent published papers in the relevant area. the Centre provides travel support within India and hospitality at the University of Hyderabad. (Hyderabad) – Exclusion.D. Ph.A. R. economy and political life. Part-A of the question paper will consist of objective type questions to examine the aptitude of the candidates to pursue the research programmes in the Centre. Ratnam. Dalit Politics in India. Laxminarayana.A. (Hyderabad) – Political Economy and Agricultural Economics Nagaraju Gundimeda. 61 . besides promoting communication and linkages between India and the Indian Diaspora. Application Deadline: Twice a year .D. The M. Srinivasa Rao. Comparative Politics Romesh Singh.A. programmes on Indian Diaspora. M. Ph. programmes consists of two parts. Ph. Indian Government and Politics. The student seeking admission to the Ph. As part of the fellowship.Phil and Ph. candidates will be interviewed on the general area of specialization proposed by the student and their M.G. (Selection Grade) M.P. (JNU) – Indian Political Process.Lecturers K. Democractic process in A. K. Rani Ratna Prabha.A.D.June 30 & December 31. Chinese Studies. continuities and transformation in culture. bringing out specific theoretical and methodological approaches to be employed. (JNU) – Indian Politics.D.D.D.

Indian Diaspora. E. School of Social Sciences is the Acting Director of the Centre) Lecturers Dr.. Ajaya Kumar Sahoo. Student admitted to this programme must pursue and pass the following courses in the 1st year of their admission (2 Semesters) I Semester Science. Ph. and Social Movements Dr. Technology in the Modern India Research Related Course II (Second course in the area of one’s research) Evaluation: 40 per cent for unit tests and 60 per cent for the end-semester examination in each of the courses. Imperialism and the Anti-imperial Movements in Asia and Africa. Technology and Society Studies from the academic year 2009-2010.D. (New Delhi) . Sociology of Religion. Haribabu.D. Ph. (IIT Bombay) – Sociology of Science & Technology (Dean.D. Amit Kumar Mishra.Faculty Prof. Multiculturalism. 62 . Ph. programme in Science.International Migration.D. Identity. Technology and Innovation Research Related Course I (First course in the area of one’s research) II Semester Technology. Culture and Innovation Studies The Centre is offering an interdisciplinary Ph.D. Culture and Society Research Methodology Science. Nationalism and Transnationalism. Centre for Knowledge.South Asian Diaspora. Programme: Every Ph.D. Technology and Ethics Science. (Hyderabad) . Transnationalism. The course work for the Ph. Culture and Society Science.

In the Master of Performing Arts (MPA) programme. and Dance. to develop an ability to aesthetically appreciate dance as a specialized human endeavor.. Candidates must appear for an interview before admission into Ph. The University is indebted to the family of Sarojini Naidu for the bequest by the late Padmaja Naidu of the ‘Golden Threshold’. Fine Arts. It also gives a clear understanding of the dance forms of their choice. and Communication started functioning from 1988-89 and offers Masters-level courses in Dance.D. the University started this School by naming it after Sarojini Naidu to offer post-graduate and research programmes in the fields of arts and culture.) programmes in Communication. to initiate students into research and teaching. and Communication. The broad objective of the teaching programme is not only to explore the evolution and forms of arts. Department of Communication Department of Fine Arts The School has evolved a pattern of studies for Master’s Degree programmes in four semesters in the disciplines of Dance. The School provides courses of study in the disciplines of Dance. Prof. but also to bring about an integrated approach to the study of creativity. viz. and.. of the Communication Discipline is the Dean of the School. The students are required. Department of Theatre Arts 3. at the time of the admission itself. Bharatanatyam. where the University started functioning. FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATION The Sarojini Naidu School of Performing Arts. Theatre Arts. three different specializations. It seeks to enlarge the scope of the academic programme so as to include other areas of artistic endeavor like music. The courses are so arranged as to make the students aware of not only the evolution of each art. Kuchipudi. Vinod Pavarala. and Folk are being offered. The Master of Performing Arts programme is devised to enhance the scholarship of dance in practice and theory. but also the social context and the innovations that these art forms have experienced in their growth. experts in various fields and guest Faculty of national and international repute teach courses in the School.D. Fine Arts. Theatre Arts. enabling the students to perform with greater felicity and also undertake new choreographic works. The School comprises the following Departments: 1. In recognition of this gesture.SAROJINI NAIDU SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS. the various courses spread over two years are designed to create an understanding of evolution and development of dance both in India and the World over. in Dance. programmes mainly consist of a research project with some course work if necessary and the writing of a thesis on a topic approved by the Faculty of the department. Department of Dance 2. Candidates seeking admission into the programme must submit with their applications a tentative but detailed outline of their research proposal. In the Master of Performing Arts programme. A project work based on field study using various research methodologies is a part of the course. 63 . and Communication. Theatre Arts. to specify their specialization. Fine Arts. Fine Arts. Apart from the core Faculty. and Communication and Doctoral (Ph. It is expected that the thesis will make valuable contribution to the specialized area of study. 4. Theatre Arts.D. Department of Dance The Department of Dance offers a two year postgraduate degree (Master of Performing Arts) and Ph. The Ph.D.

The Folk dance specialization seeks to bring together the works of folklorists. started in 1991. Siva Raju (Kuchipudi). traditional theatre forms and mask dance forms. has so far produced nine Ph. opportunity to create new dances. (Hyderabad) – Theoretical aspects of dance. Musical Aspects.D programme of the Dance Department. the Department shall assign specialization streams to each selected student/ Faculty Professor Anuradha Jonnalagadda (Kuchipudi).D. Candidates are required to indicate in the application their preference of specialization in order of priority. video seminars. kineasthetics and interrelation between various dance forms.D. including both historical works as well as those exploring the evolution. Sunil Kothari Dr. Nataraj Ramakrishna Dr. for all the above courses. performing in dance-productions.Arts management. Chennai) – Bharatanatyam dance. Ph. Kuchipudi practicals and choreography. For the courses with specialization in Bharatanatyam and Kuchipudi. C. (Hyderabad) – Comparative dance studies. Entrance Examination Admission is through an entrance examination consisting of a combination of objective and essay-type questions on subjects related to the specific field of study. Kalanidhi Narayanan Sri Kala Krishna Prof. major stress is on the techniques of Classical Indian Dance including the Sattwikabhinaya and their analysis and application to suits the changing needs. Chandrasekhar Smt. including folk narratives. Besides the regular teaching by well-trained core Faculty. The Ph. ethnologists and social anthropologists besides an artistic and cultural approach. folk music and choreographic techniques involved in folk forms such as the circular forms. Choreography and Nayika and Nayaka categories. Specialised paper on the theoretical construct of the technique and form are also offered. Based on the candidate’s performance in the admission test and viva. theory.Ds in various aspects of dance. (Head of the Department) Reader Pasumarti Ramalinga Sastry (Bharatanatyam) Diploma (Kalakshetra.V. This course will offer a blend of practice and theory.S. Those selected in the entrance examination will then be called for a practical test before final selection. Lecturer M. practicals. musical aspects of dance. Guest Faculty Dr. Chitra Vishweswaran 64 . Stage Craft & Design and Dance & Media are some of the important areas that are dealt with in the course from the present academic year. martial and acrobatic forms. There would be a common question paper for all specializations. movement for dance and choreography. and travel to important performing arts festivals. Ph. additional inputs will be provided in the form of workshops by eminent and international guest Faculty. linguists. Ramachandra Gouda Smt.

grammar and to relate them with theatrical expressions. This course trains the students in the practical and theoretical work so that they understand and practice theatre as a unique form of artistic communication.Department of Theatre Arts The Department of Theatre Arts strongly believes that working at good theatre is physically demanding and intellectually arduous. But there is no language bar for acting or other practical work. The course tries to encompass the whole spectrum. Theory and Text (Classical non-Indian/ Indian Classical/ Traditional/ Folk/ Realism and after/ Contemporary Approaches) • To understand different forms of artistic expressions. New Delhi. traditional to commercial. Working with experienced and professional directors on different kinds of plays. to practice and appropriate the art of theatre to new contexts thrown up by the rapidly changing contemporary culture and technology. • • Significance and multiplicity of theatre activities and their relationship to their contemporary history and culture How different theatre forms struggle for space within the same period and culture. The department. To understand different ways of interpreting and producing a professional performance. philosophical. (Theatre Arts) The Masters in Performing Arts programme is a rigorous. thorough knowledge of the history and theory of performance is imperative so that a theatre artist understands the field as full of choices and can chart out his or her own path in the society and market. Apart from experienced permanent Faculty. cinema.P. integrating theory with practice. The theory courses teach the students to look at the history of theatre practice from multiple perspectives –like the literary. often in collaboration with the National School of Drama. and folk to the digital. political. To do this. socio-economic. The course content covers both Western and Indian drama and theatre and also provides understanding of theatre in relation to other forms of artistic expression –like painting. sculpture. etc. Production Process Play Productions • • Different stages of production process from an idea/theme/text to a concrete theatrical expression. and art with the practical issues of management and marketing in diverse contexts of the globalized market. There is no short cut to achieve it except hard work and serious study. contexts. The objective of our Master’s programme is to empower students through rigorous training. spread over the three years of study: Arts. imagination with technology.A. the Department also organizes workshops with prominent experts in theatre. Students can work in the language of their choice and multilingual plays are encouraged. The core components are designed to provide hands-on experience of all the areas of theatrical communication and their possible application in different contexts. along with the Sarojini Naidu School will soon move into a new building with the best possible facilities and latest equipment. The aim is to train multi-faceted theatre artists. from classical to contemporary. music. full time three-year course. Here is a brief outline of the course components. 65 . The medium of instruction will be English. their processes. etc. The Master’s programme balances training in the practical aspects of theatre with the historical and theoretical aspects. Aesthetics and Society (Modern to Contemporary) History. The department offers the following courses: M.

• Working with new materials and techniques to explore new avenues in contemporary performance. Students. students should undergo continuous Compulsory Non Credit-courses dealing with Movement and Voice (practical) throughout the three year programme. who have successfully completed the first year and do not wish to take advantage of the more in-depth training provided during the next two years can leave the course with a P. human and financial resource management. The performance of the student will be assessed on the basis of regular attendance. To be able to follow direction and execute the director’s interpretation of the text and design one’s acting in relation to other elements of design. motivation and active participation in the studies and practical work. Advanced Course in Direction (Direction Practicals). • To visualize and prepare professional theatre projects with a clear understanding of the budget. event management. different approaches to and styles of acting through a series of scene-works and productions. All practical courses require 90% attendance from the students. Diploma in Theatre Arts. Specializations In the third year. Medical fitness is a must to go through the rigorous programme. Advanced Course in Design (Design Practicals). Basics of Acting Styles of Acting Acting in Play Productions (Classical/ traditional/ folk/ Modern Western/ Modern Indian/ Contemporary approaches) • The basic elements of acting. co-operation and coordination with fellow students as well as securing the necessary minimum marks in written and practical exams.G. apart from the common courses. etc. 66 . is subject to satisfactory performance and successful completion of the first year of study. students are offered the following specialized courses. and Acting and its new Contexts (Contemporary approaches to Acting) Apart from these courses. There is an exit clause at the end of the first year. • Skills and possibilities of improvisations. work division. depending upon his/ her performance in that area during the first two years. apart from the desire of the student. Theatre and New Contexts Community Theatre or Applied Theatre Children’s Theatre & Theatre in Education Theatre Management • Using the skills of theatre practice in different contexts like Community theatre. So exemptions for lack of attendance on medical grounds can not be entertained.Basics of Design Theory and Practice of Scenography Theory and Practice of Direction Design and Direction • Hands-on training in design skills and to understand their function in the total performance structure in organic relation to other components. Children’s theatre. presentation and marketing. stage presence and theatrical communication. The department reserves the right to decide whether a student is eligible to opt for a particular Specialization. Promotion into the second year.

course. Any additional talents like music. National School of Drama) Joint Faculty Prof. National School of Drama) Prof. martial arts. M.Entrance examination and interview Any graduate with an aptitude for theatre can apply for the M. drawing.D. University) Actor Training (TTRP – Singapore) Prof.D.A. To bridge the domains of practice and research. cultural studies.Acting Theory and Practicals. Ananthakrishnan. Ph. M. Ramgopal Bajaj (Former Director. language. Ph.Theatre History. Ramanujam 67 . etc. Sreejith Ramanan.Phil (M.A. (Hyderabad) .English ( O. Comparative Theatre Aesthetics Satyabrata Rout. Performance is seen as an inclusive field encompassing all the genres of performance from traditional to contemporary. Those qualified in the written test will be called for an audition/interview at the University. M. (Hyderabad) Indian Drama and Theatre. Technical aspects of theatre. literature. will be added advantages. Practice as Research in Performance is encouraged.U. music and management in the social and historical context..P.D. S. Experience in theatre or any performing art will be an added advantage. Diploma in Dramatic Arts (National School of Drama) . dance. folklore. Tutun Mukherjee (from Centre for Comparative Literature) Guest Faculty M. anthropology. consisting of objective and descriptive type questions on areas related to theatre and culture.Scenography Rajiv Velicheti. D. Visiting Professor Prof. and explored in the backdrop of constituent and frontier domains like history.). (Head of the Department) Readers Jnaneswara Bhikshu. A flexible interdisciplinary framework is followed to enable researchers to carry out work in the area of performance studies. (National School of Drama). Faculty Professor B. Ph.A. Ph. Programme in Theatre Arts The focus of Doctoral program in Theatre Arts is to generate a knowledge-base in the area of Performance research and practice of theatre. Mohan Maharishi (Former Director. Acting and Direction Lecturer Joly Puthussery. Candidates are expected to come prepared to discuss a full length play of their choice and also perform a dramatic passage from a play of their choice in a language of their choice. Eligible candidates are required to write an entrance examination of two-hour duration. (Madras)-Performance Studies. Production Process.G.

In the print-making stream. Twenty four hour access to studio facilities ensure that concepts and skills acquired at the undergraduate level become tools for building a new level of competence and expertise. M.G. M. A compulsory component of the course is a survey of art history from ancient to contemporary periods of both Indian and Western art. University) Indian Painting. the students are encouraged in experimentation of different methods. The students are encouraged to explore and combine the expressive possibilities of these different techniques in their own work. Santiniketan). A unique aspect of this course is the exposure the students get to the work of artists of national and international repute through the visiting Faculty programme and workshops. such as etching. University. Bangalore University (History.Sc. MFA Art History (M.S. Baroda) LNV Srinivas. S. In sculpture stream. MFA Painting. in Creative Sculpture (Faculty of Fine Arts.S. Dip. 68 . dry point and engraving. Tanmay Santra. Sociology). P.S. University of Hyderabad Lecturers Baishali Ghosh. University) Painting & Sculpture. M.A.A. (University of Calcutta) Guest Faculty Shilpa Mehta. MFA Art History (Pre-Modern. woodcut.Department of Fine Arts The Department offers a 2 year full time post-graduate degree course. Visva Bharati University. Reader Alex Mathew. Visva Bharati University. P. Art History (Faculty of Fine Arts. Santiniketan) B.F. the students are introduced to a wide array of basic print-making techniques. lithography. Economics. This theoretical foundation is aimed at providing the student an understanding of art in its total context both material and subjective. (M. Instruction at the Department is essentially tutorial and involves a close working relationship between student and teacher. Sham Sunder. The teaching does not presume to concern itself directly with a young artists work. History and aesthetics of sculpture are taught to develop a critical understanding in this domain. MFA Painting (Kala Bhavan. Sarada Natarajan. Baroda). MFA Ceramics. Teachers incite such works and criticize the end products in a spirit of enquiry. B. Faculty Professor R. screen printing. Indian & Western Sculpture) Rakhi Peswani. School.G. Dip. linocut. Printmaking (Kala Bhavan. University. The students submit a dissertation on a theoretical topic of their choice towards the end of course.S. These studio practices are complimented by a formal introduction to the history and aesthetics of printmaking medium. in which the latter encourages the student to make rigorous analysis of his/her work. Master in Fine Arts (MFA) in the disciplines of Painting.S.N. Printmaking and Sculpture.

political The two-year (four semester) M. newspaper. media & gender Advertising & Public Relations Practice of Advertising & Public Relations. content management. The M. programme. NGO. copy writing. according to the stream assigned. music videos. the department shall facilitate acceptance of students by particular organizations. historiographical/ cultural studies. 69 . Film/TV theory.. studio & field Production. Globalisation & media. theory. fiction Print & New Media Specialised reporting & editing. PR agency. each student shall work for a period of four to six weeks in a reputed communication/media organization (e.A. The internship shall be considered a requirement for completion of the M. Communication Research. Media Law & Ethics. programme offers the following streams of specialization: a) Radio & video production b) Print & New Media c) Communication Studies d) Advertising & Public Relations # # To be offered based on availability of resources Core courses such as Introduction to Communication. Historiographies of Media. Basic writing skills etc are offered in the first two semesters. market research firm. brand management. IT company.g. 2) Producing & studying both technology and its mediated usage. Cultural Studies.A. Students. organizational & corporate communication. 3) To impart skill-based training to prepare students for the ever growing industry. The students shall seek prior approval of the department before joining an organization for internship. production house. broadcast media management. layout & design.A Communication programme has the following objectives: 1) To study the process of mass communications from the perspective of mass communication economy. Graduates who pass out of the department will have a broad understanding of the foundations of Communication and media and acquire in-depth knowledge/skills in at least one area of specialization. media management Communication Studies Development Communication.Department of Communication The Department offers a full time 2 year Masters programme in Communication. and development. ICTs. etc) and obtain a ‘satisfactory completion’ internship certificate for submission to the department along with a brief internship report.A. features for Print & New Media. documentary & short film making. (Communication) During the summer vacation. advertising agency. will specialize in one of the above four areas in the last two semesters (See Entrance Examination below for more details). market research (Note : To be offered based on availability of resources) Internship Requirement for M. media planning. production & managing websites. Where necessary. TV Channel. Introduction to Advertising & Public Relations. The following table gives an indication of the areas covered in the last two semesters of specialization: Specialisation Stream Radio & Video Production Focus areas of study Radio/TV Journalism.

the Department shall assign specialization streams to each selected student. Students utilize this facility to complete their print/web projects. Candidates are required to indicate in the application their preference of specialization in order of priority. AV lab: The audio lab is equipped with multiple microphones. Post-production facilities include non-linear Avid and Final CutPro editing systems. The examination is of three parts: general knowledge and current events. Access to and use of studio facilities are governed by rules laid out by the department. Requests for change in specialization streams shall not be entertained under any circumstances. 70 . studio exercises and other production-related activity. Copyrights All copyrights of student work produced during their tenure at the University will rest with the Department/University. printing & CD/DVD writing facilities. Cool Edit etc. Based on performance in the entrance examination. It has software like Adobe PageMaker. including purchase of tapes and other postproduction work. professional multi-track digital recording and editing facility. Ph. All computers are internet enabled. research projects. Sound Forge. scanning. Photoshop and others adequate for multi-media presentations. assignments and other course related work. The video lab is equipped with a three-camera set-up for multi-camera productions. While the Department subsidizes production-related activity of students. Students learn to operate professional sound editing software such as Protools. Besides these. If the candidate qualifies for the interview. writing ability and verbal aptitude. in Communication The Department offers a Doctoral Programme in communication. Based on the candidate’s ranking at the end of the admission process. The programme demands active participation of the students. Portable digital field recording units are also available for outdoor recording. Student participation The programme is intensive and involves group and individual presentations. the short-listed candidates appear for an interview before final selection is made. Those found eligible must write a written test comprising questions in: theory and concepts. media awareness.Infrastructure Computer lab: The Department has a computer lab connected through LAN with software. field visits. he/she will have to defend his/her synopsis at the interview. four digital video cameras are exclusively meant for single-camera field productions. and participation in various events etc. and a project synopsis.D. they should be prepared to incur any additional expenses for such things as transport for shooting on location. Entrance Examination Applicants found eligible must write an entrance examination consisting of a combination of objective and essay type questions. Students have to provide necessary undertaking regarding access/utility rules for the AV lab. research methodology.

Ph.D.org. IIM. Bangalore Anil Kalaga.D.Faculty Professors B. Media Laws and Ethics Guest Faculty Pavan Kumar Manvi. Freelance Journalist. Ph.Sanjay. Vasuki Belavadi.D. Film Scholar. Bangalore Sumanaspati Reddy. Malik. (Simon Fraser University. Jayasankar. University of San Francisco. MIDS. International Communication. Chennai Frederick Noronha. Filmmaker. Communication/Media Policy (on leave as Vice-Chancellor of TN Central University) Vinod Pavarala. (University of Hyderabad) – Radio. Canada) – Political Economy of Communication Technologies. Mumbai Anjali Monteiro. New Delhi Usha Raman. All India Radio.Communication and Development.P. Tata Chemicals. USA Rahul De. Mumbai K.Thirumal. Mumbai Bimal Unnikrishnan. 71 . Hyderabad Other media experts are called for extension lectures and workshops. (University of Pittsburgh. Ph.P. TV Producer. TISS.R. Venkatachalapathy. (Head of the Department & Dean of the School) Readers P.A. Development Studies.D (Osmania University) – Television Production. Community Media. Media Policy & Management Kanchan K. Hyderabad Venkatesh Chakravarthy. Ph. (University of Hyderabad) – Print Journalism.D. M. Community Media Lecturers E. Video Production. Goa Subbu Vincent. Gender and Media. ETV Network Paromita Vohra. Theory & Historiographies of Media. USA). Ph. Mumbai A. Communication Research. (Pondicherry University) – Rhetoric of Development. Sathya Prakash. Chennai Vamsee Juluri. Communication Consultant. Popular Culture. indiatogether. TISS.

A. The students are required to get some practical exposure by undertaking eight weeks internship in an organization during the summer intervening between the second and third semesters. sanctioned by the UGC. summer internships. Operations Management. training and consultancy. project work. d) collaborates with reputable national and international institutions and industry. Its Faculty organize on-campus seminars. and other relevant inputs. training and consultancy. the School: a) organizes the MBA core courses. programme in Management Studies. Activities To achieve the Vision and Mission. c) organizes seminars and encourages participation in external seminars. and a Ph. responsible and effective managers and management academics of tomorrow. Programme The 2 year MBA full-time programme with an intake of 63 students is spread over four semesters.09 in collaboration with the School of Medical Sciences. These internships are intended to familiarize the students 72 . consultancy.D. b) promotes research by Faculty and Ph. The School is also offering an M. Entrepreneurship & emerging areas like CRM. Business Incubation.SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES The School of Management Studies (SMS). Human Resource Management. Research Methodology and Business Environment. These include Management Concepts and Approaches. institutional. training.B. core and foundation courses are offered. V. Organizational Behaviour. M. Marketing. Vision The broad Vision of the School is to strive to achieve excellence in management education. services and developmental sectors. scholars. self-awareness and growth lab. SCM. research. and outreach activities in various manufacturing. Communication and Personal Effectiveness. the following mission is being pursued: Mission a) To continually expand the scope of application of management concepts to infrastructural. Environmental & Developmental services.A. It offers 2 year full-time MBA Programme. a five-day concentrated Self-awareness and Growth Lab is also organized during the first semester. corporate.D. Venkata Ramana is the Dean of the School. research. organizational skills workshop. and actively participates in external seminars. Prof. b) To enhance quality research skills among the Ph.B. Information Technology. e) encourages students to organize and participate in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. University Industry Partnership. It promotes Faculty and doctoral research. infrastructural. Quantitative Techniques.D. Health Care and Hospital Management. To achieve this Vision. executive and Faculty development and PG programmes. Programme in Health care and Hospital Management from the year 2008 . c) To promote the development of socio-economically sensitive. electives. scholars. Managerial Accounting and Finance. commenced functioning from May. Economics. 1999. In addition. During the first two semesters.

B. batch. Those completing their final examinations by June 2010 can also apply. the summer internship is an integral part of the MBA programme. Eligibility for 2010-12 batch: 1. the students have the opportunity to specialize in two selected areas of their interest.B. 2. The students will be expected to produce a dissertation of international quality based on research in analytical and/or applied areas of strategic/functional management.A.12. Minimum Qualifications for Admission a) M. 2009-11 batch with an intake of 63 students are underway on the basis of CAT-2008 scores of those candidates who had applied to the University of Hyderabad in addition to on-campus group discussion and interview of the short-listed candidates. Candidates are required to pay an amount of Rs. These specializations are offered through electives and project work spread over the two semesters. The students may choose from the following specialization offered: • • • • • • Marketing Management Finance Management Human Resources Management Operations Management Information Technology in Management Entrepreneurship Ph.at the time of admission as one time payment towards the SMS Development Fee in addition to the normal fees as prescribed by the University. Programme The School also offers a Ph.D. work environment and organizational cultures. As such. Note : Admissions for the M. A separate MBA Prospectus for the year 201011 together with the programme details and the Application Form for admission during the year 2010-11 will be available in electronic and print form in September/October 2009. conducted by the IIMs. They should also apply separately to the University of Hyderabad by November/December 2009. 73 .with current management practices. programme in Management Studies. For admission to the 2010-12 M.D. and apply to the University by November/December 2009. They should appear in CAT-2009.000/. interested applicants should watch for the School’s advertisement/press release in September/October 2009 in leading national newspapers and the University’s website. in November/December 2009. During the second year.B. They can plan to appear in CAT 2009. A three-year Bachelor’s degree (or its equivalent) in any discipline recognized by the Association of Indian Universities/AICTE. 3.A.A. obtained on or before June 2010.

b) International students : 2009-11 MBA Batch Upto five international students may be considered for admission to the MBA programme in absentia.A.B. by April 30.A.Com. Programme Eligibility: Master’s degree or its equivalent in Management. One or more of the following qualifications will be given additional weightage in selection of applicants: • • • Other postgraduate degrees/diplomas from recognized institutions. All fees and charges are subject to revision by the School/University from time to time. and the short listed candidates will be required to appear for an interview. M. they can join the programme by mid-July. Note: Candidates who have qualified in UGC NET for JRF in Management Studies or related areas are exempted from appearing in the written test and will be given due weightage out of 60 marks for the written test. The entrance test will carry 60% weightage. c) Ph.A. 74 .D. along with the application. and At least two academic references Interested students should submit an application with full personal details. a brief tentative proposal (about 500 words) on their proposed topic of research. 2009 at the latest. attested copies of mark-sheets and TOEFL (or equivalent) scores. if admitted. Tuition and other fees and a one-time contribution to the SMS Development Fee for students from SAARC countries will be the same as those for students from India.C. Statement of purpose. One or more publications in management related subjects in refereed journals Years of teaching/professional experience Applicants will be required to submit. They should also ensure that. C. and the interview 30%. The charges for hostel accommodation on campus for all students from abroad will be the same as paid by students from India. Commerce or Accounting (M. if any 10% weightage.. Their selection would be based on : • 60% marks or above or its equivalent grade in a Bachelor’s degree in any field from an officially recognized University/institution in their country of residence. a brief (200 to 300 words) statement of purpose for pursuing the course and names and contact addresses of at least two referees.) with 55% of marks. summary of academic records from high schools onwards. in the final selection. additional qualifications.. Applicants satisfying the minimum qualifications will be required to take a written entrance test. • • • Proof of proficiency in English (score in TOEFL or equivalent test or certification). I. 2009 at the latest. They will however have the option to appear in the written test to secure more than the assigned marks.W..

D.per annum (to be paid semester wise) and they must pursue the programme for a minimum duration of 3 years to become eligible for submission of thesis. Some of the recent government initiatives focus on improving health care access. government agencies. The major focus is on enhancing and enabling the existing mechanisms engaged in management of healthcare sector in India through capacity building programmes. The selection for admission would be based on : (a) submission of a research proposal on the broad area of research to be under taken. Programme of the school under part-time scheme to a limited extent. It focuses on developing excellent managers with the desired professional skills required at entry level and middle level positions.D. dissemination of knowledge through continuous interaction between academia and industry. It will also be of immediate benefit to serving professionals in this sector. hospitals. diagnostic centres and nursing homes.A. 75 .D. The programme prepare students to contribute effectively in any area within healthcare and hospital management including but not limited to insurance companies. Vision The broad vision of the programme is to strive to achieve excellence in the areas of health care and hospital management education. The candidates admitted have to pay a fee of Rs.000/.B. The qualification as laid down for the regular Ph. health centres. (Health Care and Hospital Management) The School has launched a unique MBA program (Health Care & Hospital Management) from the academic year 2008-09. This comprehensive programme will provide a professional qualification and insights into managerial functions for those serving graduates who wish to take up health care and hospital management as a professional career.Part time Ph. About the program The programme fulfills specific needs of middle level administrators in hospitals or health care and related sectors. M. boosting private sector participation and upgrading technology and managerial skills to manage the complex health care environment. (b) making a presentation before the School Admission Committee. and to promote developmental activities in health care sector. training. Mission The broad mission is to prepare competent and trained hospital management professionals in a synergistic learning environment having strategic alliances with leading healthcare institutions in India and abroad. program also apply for this program. 15. followed by an interview. and consultancy on par with International benchmarks and standards. practicing physicians. The programme is offered in collaboration with the School of Medical Sciences of the University and other leading hospitals to meet the challenges and opportunities offered by the growing health care industry in India which is poised to become a global hub for the healthcare services. research. The candidates having Master’s Degree with a minimum of 55% marks or its equivalent in Management or any related / allied areas and with a minimum of 10 years of professional experience may be considered by the School for admission to Ph.

2 lakhs for the entire duration of the programme (including one time development fee of Rs. and problem solving skills among the participants and empower them to meet the challenges being faced by the health services organisations. and hospital management Individual learning through guided assignments Personal growth/self-development and organization skill workshops Computer-based learning and audio-visual aids Internship The students are required to undergo 8-10 week summer internship in a reputed institution relating to the area so as to obtain practical knowledge.to be paid at the time of admission. The fee would be Rs. 1. administrators.15. The programme would be run in active association and collaboration with the School of Medical Sciences so that necessary expertise can be drawn from the school. Program Pedagogy The teaching/learning methodology would be significantly interactive with case studies and group projects to study global health care and hospital management practices • • • • Interaction with eminent professionals from health care. inculcating values and ethical practices To provide the necessary skills and knowledge for practical orientation and implementation of strategies in relation to modern hospital management practices To equip executives involved in healthcare administration with current knowledge in management Highlights of the Programme • Curriculum is spread over foundation and core courses in the first year and specialized courses and electives in functional areas in the second year • • • • Course curriculum developed by seeking inputs from senior hospital management and health care professionals Self awareness and growth lab for personal effectiveness 8-10 weeks of summer internship to understand the nuances of the hospital environment Long term research project under the supervision of a Faculty guide in conjunction with an industry mentor Course Curriculum and program delivery The course curriculum would be developed with active collaboration and involvement of senior health care and hospital management policy makers. The course would be offered initially to a limited strength of about 20 students with key inputs from the Faculty of the school and other visiting Faculty with supplementary inputs from industry professionals. analytical. In addition to the summer internship. The specific objectives of the programme are : • • • • To prepare qualified and efficient health care and hospital management professionals To develop better systems for effective delivery of healthcare services To train the students in developing better leadership skills.Objectives The programme and the pedagogical techniques are designed to develop effective communication. and professionals to provide the students with state of the art knowledge and practical orientation in the field of health care and hospital management. a comprehensive project is to be pursued and dissertation 76 .000/.

Advisor (Industries). (Osmania).. Visiting Faculty – Former Director General of Income Tax. B. M. Corporate Strategy & CRM and Services Marketing (Dean of the School) Readers S.D.Osmania) – Organisational Behaviour.D. Sangita Reddy.Tech. Hyderabad Mr.I. E-Governance. General Management. 2.B. PGDHRM – Public Policy. Ahmedabad).Sc (Psychology – SVU).A. (Health Care and Hospital Management are provided in a tabular format at Chapter 2 of this brochure : Faculty The School has been ranked among the top 20 in the country in terms of Intellectual Capital because of the School Faculty have been very productive in research and related activities.Phil. I. Human Resource Management. Ph. Quality Management.P. Hyderabad Several locally and international eminent senior managers and management experts are regularly invited to interact with the students as Guest Speakers in the courses and electives and seminars.D. Acharyulu. (Osmania). F.B. Hyderabad Mr. Ph. (Civil .C.FDP(IIM. P. In addition to the following list of Faculty. PGCCA. (Management . Human Resource Management. M. Mallikharjuna Rao. (Management – Kakatiya). (Osmania) . (Osmania) M. Supply Chain Management and Systems Analysis. Raja Shekhar. & Honorary Russian Consulate.D. (Management – Osmania). International Marketing. 4.A Health care and Hospital Management Programme).A. M. Ph. Venkata Ramana. (Chemical – Kakatiya). Lecturers Chetan Srivastava. M. Ahmedabad). (SKU).A.D.Com. and Entrepreneurship. General Management. entrepreneurship & Women Studies. Merchant Banking and Financial Services. of India. Advisor (Planning Commission).S. Investment Management and International Financial Management. PGDCS – Quantitative Techniques. Efforts would also be made to provide the students a continuous learning opportunity through short term projects and attachments with recognized hospitals. M. Hyderabad Prof. MBA (Osmania). Peter Hasan. (Osmania). Muntasir Ahmed. Ph.D.A.W.A. HRD and Systems G.Nagarjuna). New Delhi Mrs. PGDPMIR. Professor V. Govt. Resident Editor. Jyothi.B. (Psychology .V. M.Tech. few more Faculty members are expected to join the school. Organisational Development. Advertising. Apollo Hospitals. Emergency Management and Research Institute (EMRI) Some of the Key invited Adjunct & Visiting Faculty are : Mr. M. Venkat Changavalli.R. Times of India. Mr. MCSD – Strategic Marketing. Intake. B. (Hyderabad). Qualifications for admission and schedule for written test/interviews for M. Ph. 5. (Osmania). of A. King Shuk Nag. The following are the distinguished external members of the School Board: 1.A. M. Managing Director. (Management – Osmania).B. Sales Management. 3. Chief Executive Officer.D. Ph.B. Ph. Sita. Consumer Protection and Supply Chain Management.K.to be submitted under the guidance of a Faculty member. Govt. Ph. Infrastructure Management and Health Care Financing (Coordinator of the M.A. FDP (IIM. DPM Quantitative Techniques..Osmania) . Operations Management..R.Marketing Management. (Management.D. Farqan Qamar.Osmania) – Financial Management. Mary Jessica. Operations Management. 77 . – Financial Management Strategic. V.

School of Life Sciences is the Coordinator of the School. Joint and Visiting Faculty from the University and other Institutes who actively participate in the multi-disciplinary teaching and research programmes. The School has a Scientific Advisory Council-cum-School Board which has eminent biomedical scientists from India and abroad as its members. Hyderabad. Nurture and Achieve excellence” in frontier areas of Medical and Health Sciences by offering novel teaching and research programmes. The School offers the following academic programmes: Master of Science in Optometry and Vision Sciences: The 5-year Integrated M. Hyderabad. The School of Medical Sciences has several Adjunct.SCHOOL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES The School of Medical Sciences was established with a mission to “Promote.B. course is offered in collaboration with LV Prasad Eye Institute. The School collaborates with the School of Life Sciences and other Schools and Centers of the University involved in Health Sciences research. Care Foundation and National Institute of Nutrition. humanities and management along with extensive training in clinical nursing skills so as to enable them to perform ably in Nursing care and Clinical research. This novel program envisages to train the students in different aspects of optometry as well as in vision science backed up with extensive practical skills and clinical internship.A – Health Care and Hospital Management. The admission to the course will be through IIT-JEE 2009/KVPY 2009. The admission to the course will be through IIT-JEE 2009/KVPY 2009. M. offered by the School of Management studies. Department of Biochemistry. Postgraduate Diploma in Health Fitness and Life Style Management – 1 year course offered by the Centre for Physical Fitness and Sports Sciences. course is offered in collaboration with Care Foundation/Hospital. Master of Science in Health Psychology – 5-year Integrated course offered by Center for Health Psychology. The School has access to State-of. Prof. 78 . Master of Science in Nursing Sciences: The 5-year Integrated M. The School has established academic and research partnership with reputed Institutes recognized by the University like LV Prasad Eye Institute.the art research infrastructural facilities of the Schools and Centers of the University.Sc. The students receive specialized teaching in Medical Sciences. The School is also participates in the following programs: M.Ramanadham.Sc.

c. the candidates will be called for a physical fitness test. Human Anatomy. exercise and fitness science.Ramanadham. M. The objective of the course is to train Fitness management professionals with adequate knowledge in various Physical Fitness and Lifestyle management practices using an optimum blend of theory and practicals.V.Centre for Physical Fitness and Sports Sciences The Centre for Physical Fitness and Sports Sciences works in collaboration with the School of Medical Sciences to promote Physical Wellness programs from a scientific perspective and using an inter-disciplinary approach.written test (75 marks). Faculty Prof. This is a unique program which blends Physical Wellness concepts with Lifestyle management skills. The centre offers the following Academic Programmes : P. Exercise Science. Physical Education and Fitness studies. Those who qualify in the fitness test with stipulated minimum performance standards only will be eligible to appear for the interview. Lifestyle for Health promotion. School of Life Sciences is the I/c Head of the Centre Dr. Diploma programme The Centre is offering a one year Post Graduate Diploma in Health Fitness and Lifestyle Management from the academic year 2008-09. Cardio and Strength conditioning (Temporary) 79 . T. Director. The entrance examination will have three parts. wellness concepts and aptitude. The Objectives of the Centre are : a.Exercise Science.G. Siva Kishore. Fitness Studies Dr. The question paper for the written test will consist of multiple choice objective type questions in human anatomy. Interactions of Yoga practices with health physiology K. Pathology of degenerative diseases and exercise Dr. Yoga. physical fitness test and interview (25 marks). Based on the order of merit in the written examination. VVBN Rao. Exercise Kinesiology. Cardio conditioning (Coordinator of the Course) Dr. Rajasekhar (Asst. Sathyalakshmi. Sports Centre). To develop Physical fitness movement and to highlight the essentiality of sponsoring the Sports and Physical Culture on Scientific lines. K. physiology. It is fully funded by the UGC under Innovative programs of National priority. To offer academic programs to promote Physical Wellness To disseminate Physical Wellness concept and its importance into the society. Department of Biochemistry. A weightage of 5 marks will be given to the Graduates and Post Graduates of Physical Education (Five marks to be added to the total marks obtained in the entrance examination after the interview). b. Anupama Row. Any graduate with a minimum of pass is eligible for admission based on an entrance examination. Human Physiology.

Tech. programme in Materials Engineering. 80 . IGCAR. will progressively expand to offer similar multi-disciplinary programmes in other frontier areas spanning varied engineering disciplines. particularly Physics. SEST is already on course to put in place an ideal framework to facilitate integration of science into technology. Infrastructural Facilities Pertinent facilities relating to the areas of solid state physics. While a few full time Faculty members have already been appointed and SEST also benefits greatly from the association of two Chair Professors of great eminence. such as the Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory (DMRL). SEST will offer courses/research projects in collaboration with these Schools as well as the Nano-Science/Technology Centre. Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT). Thus. SEST provides a perfect environment to pursue cutting-edge cross-disciplinary research by taking advantage of the already well-established schools of study at the University. Additional core infrastructure is being setup at SEST in identified areas for teaching and research purpose.Tech. material characterization etc. that have an enviable track-record. is also to be ready soon. as Guest Faculty to participate in student teaching and ensure that high quality knowledge is imparted to its students from inception. the School has been able to attract some renowned experts from DMRL. nanotechnology. engineering and technology”./Ph. SEST. A new building to house SEST. vibrating sample magnetometer. are already available at the University to be accessed by the School. NFC etc. Between a top class library on campus and those at neighbouring research laboratories. programme in Materials Engineering as well as separately for a Ph. thin films. Apart from a recently acquired Transmission Electron Microscope. Scanning Electron Microscope. Mathematics & Computer/Information Sciences and Life Sciences. Chemistry. Programmes of Study The School admits students to the Integrated M.D. NFTDC. which began inducting students from the academic year 2008-09 by initiating an integrated M. too. programme in Materials Engineering.SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY (SEST) The School of Engineering Sciences & Technology (SEST) was established with a mission and objective “to pursue high quality research and impart research-led education in emerging multi-disciplinary areas encompassing science. in an effort to build a vibrant program spanning high-quality scientific and applied research. solid state chemistry. Additionally. Advance Centre for Research on High Energy Materials and Central Instrumentation Laboratory on campus. SEST is forging close linkages with diverse Indian industries. students have access to one of the largest collection of books and journals related to Materials Sciences & Engineering. the University is already taking all essential steps to establish SEST as an excellent seat of learning for postgraduate education and research in engineering. the process of adding several other highly qualified teachers and researchers is presently in progress.D. keeping in view its future expansion plans. It collaborates closely with premier research institutions in the vicinity and some of them.D. In the meantime. have been formally recognised as its external research centres. An opportunity to also use a wide array of sophisticated and unique materials processing and characterization equipment existing at SEST’s external research centers opens up exciting possibilities to address cutting-edge research. spectrophotometers etc. these include other key characterization facilities like X-ray diffractometer. International Advanced Research Centre for Power Metallurgy & New Materials (ARCI) and Nonferrous Materials Technology Development Centre (NFTDC)./Ph.

The written test will consist of objective type questions.Tech level. II. 81 . The syllabus for the test comprises of the typical syllabi of Indian Universities in Material Science & Technology of BE/B. programme will be required to undergo some course work depending on their background or take certain additional courses to meet the demands of their research. and not fulfilling any of the above requirements will have to qualify in a written test and will be short-listed for interviews based on their performance in the written test. Regular Admission to Ph.Tech.Tech./B. This gives the students freedom to pursue research in a variety of specialized areas within the broad theme of materials science and engineering. Physics. The balance of the two-year period will be spent by students on a research project leading to a dissertation. Solid State Physics & Chemistry of M. The student will be periodically advised by a doctoral committee. The student will be provided an opportunity to undertake research under the guidance of a Faculty member of the School in an area of his/her choice and approved by the School./B. The students are expected to actively participate in research seminars and submit monthly progress reports of their research work./B. The curriculum lays an emphasis on giving a broad exposure to all aspects of materials engineering. The project work can either be done within the University or at one of the recognized external institutions. level. The written test will consist of objective type questions. Programme in Materials Engineering: Admission shall be based on a written test followed by an interview for short-listed candidates.D. as well as those who have qualified in the CSIR/UGC NET examination for JRFs or have a GATE/JEST percentile score of 90 or above.D. degree in one of the specified areas (mentioned at minimum qualifications).E.Tech. The Ph./M./Ph. level and basic knowledge of numerical and computational methods. programme in Materials Engineering.D./B.The School presently offers an Integrated M. The syllabus for the test comprises of the typical syllabi of Indian Universities in Material Science & Technology of BE/B. in Materials Engineering: Admission shall be based on a written test followed by an interview for short-listed candidates. The Ph. and Mathematics & Statistics of B. can be carried out either within the University or at one of its formally recognised external research centres./M./Ph. and students also take elective courses. will be exempted from the entrance examination but will have to appear for the interview. Student admitted to this programme have the option of continuing to the Ph. or an industry.Tech level. Students admitted to the Ph. programme after completion of the M.Sc./B.E. level and basic knowledge of numerical and computational methods. Solid State Physics & Chemistry of M.Tech.Sc. programme is of two year duration. The M.Tech. degree.E.Sc.Tech.Tech. Physics. consistent with interdisciplinary nature of the subject today. Entrance Examination Admission to Integrated M.D. programme is entirely research oriented.E. of which the first two semesters will be devoted to course work. Chemistry. requirements also include presentation of the research work in a comprehensive seminar prior to submission of the doctoral thesis and a subsequent oral examination in support of the thesis.Sc.Tech.D.Sc. or an equivalent degree opting for Ph. level. Candidates already possessing an M. in part or in entirely. Candidates with B.D. and Mathematics & Statistics of B.D. an R&D Laboratory. which will have to be defended in a viva-voce examination. Chemistry.. The research work.D.

Course Work Requirements: Candidates admitted to the Ph.D. programme with B.E./B.Tech./M.Sc. or an equivalent degree will be required to undergo a mandatory two-semesters of core course work, besides any additional courses that may be recommended by the doctoral committee to meet the demands of their research.

III. External Ph.D. Registration: The admission procedure shall be the same as that in the case of regular admissions to the Ph.D. programme. Candidates admitted under this category shall be free to work at one of the School’s formally recognized external research centres under joint supervision of a Faculty member from the University and an approved Ph.D. supervisor from the recognized institution. Candidates admitted with B.E./B.Tech./M.Sc. or an equivalent degree will be required to undergo a mandatory onesemester of core course work, besides any additional courses that may be recommended by the doctoral committee to meet the demands of their research. Each admitted regular full time Indian student will be paid a Fellowship/Scholarship as per the existing University rules of the University.

IV. Sponsored Candidates: Candidates with requisite qualifications, and having at least two years of work experience in Government/ Governmentrecognized organizations (Universities / Colleges engaged in teaching and research, Government R&D institutions or R&D centres of industry) are eligible to apply under this category.

The work experience should be in the areas mentioned in the requisite qualifications. Sponsored candidates are exempted from the written test but must attend and qualify in the interview. The candidates should submit, along with the applications, a written statement from the sponsoring organization to pay a one-time sum of Rs.1,00,000/- (Rupees one lakh only) towards the development fund of the department. All requirements regarding course work etc. shall be the same as that in the case of regular admissions to the Ph.D. programme.

V. Foreign Candidates: Foreign nationals seeking admission to the M.Tech./Ph.D. (Materials Engineering) programme should also possess the requisite qualifications as in the case of regular students.

Candidates with a high GRE score will be given preference. Candidates should have the ability to communicate in English and, in order to support this ability, a good score in TOEFL is desirable.

In addition, candidates should submit details of the course contents of the qualifying degree as well as letters of reference (along with contact information of the referees) along with their application.

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The candidates who are granted admission shall be required to pay in Indian Rupees a one-time sum towards the development fund of the department, as per the amount decided by the University.

Faculty Professor Sri Kant V Joshi, Ph.D. (Idaho) (Dean of the School) Lecturer Koteswara Rao Rajulapati, Ph.D. (North Carolina State University) Chair Professors Prof. Roddam Narasimha, Ph.D. (California Institute of Technology), Pratt & Whitney, Chair Professor Prof. A. K. Bhatnagar, Ph.D. (Maryland), S. Chandrsekhar Chair Professor

Guest Faculty K. Balasubramahmanian, Ph.D. (McMaster), Nonferrous Materials Technology Development Centre, Hyderabad V.S. Raghunathan, Ph.D. (IISc), Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research – Kalpakkam (Retd.) S. Ray Chowdhury, Ph.D. (IIT-Kharagpur), Nonferrous Materials Technology Development Centre, Hyderabad

Visiting Faculty M.Vijayalakshmi, Ph.D. (University of Madras), Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research – Kalpakkam (Retd.) Komal Kapur, Ph.D. (IIT-Bombay), Nuclear Fuel complex, Hyderabad J. Subrahmanyam, Ph.D. (IISc.), Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory, Hyderabad Abhijit Dutta, Ph.D. (IIT-Bombay), Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory, Hyderabad (Retd.) K.G. K. Murty, Welding Research Institute, Trichy (Retd.)

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Special Centre for Integrated Studies (SCIS)
Introduction In the process of the fulfillment of the set objectives of the University, a Special Centre for Integrated Studies (SCIS) has been established in the year 2006-07 to offer 5-year Integrated Master’s Degree courses in several subjects for imparting specialised education to the young boys and girls on completion of their +2 level of education. Courses offered by the Centre The Centre offers 5-year integrated Master’s Degree courses in Science, Humanities and Social Science subjects. An overview of the above courses: The five year Integrated M.A. (I.M.A.) and M.Sc. (I.M.Sc.) course of the University of Hyderabad is not merely an integrated program that combines pre-graduate and post-graduate studies, but is also trans-disciplinary, cutting across several disciplines. Facilities: Central Library with a good collection of books and periodicals, computing facility with internet access, experimental laboratories and hostel accommodation on the campus, IT Lab with internet access. Flexibility: The credit system has the advantage of allowing the student ample choice of courses. (The students are permitted to exercise their option of subjects either soon after admission, or at the end of first year, or at the end of second year or even at the end of third year in certain courses). Research orientation: There will be a component of research project in the last year (5th year). Breadth: The subjects from Sciences, Humanities, and Social Sciences are offered in the first 2 years for all the students of these courses. Academic atmosphere: These students will be amidst about 3000 students engaged in higher studies and research. Financial Assistance: Every student admitted to these courses will be paid financial assistance. Important points to be noted : a) All courses are full time regular courses. There is no provision for exit in between.

b) The medium of instruction is English for all the courses except the language courses which will be taught in the language concerned. Therefore, proficiency in English is very much required. Courses in Sciences The subjects for I.M.Sc. courses in Mathematical Science, Physics, Chemical Science, and Systems Biology are common in the first semester. The students with Biology background in +2 stage, who left Mathematics after the 10th class are expected to put in necessary effort to learn Mathematics needed for other courses. Similarly, the students who studied Mathematics in +2 stage and left Biology after 10th class are expected to learn necessary Biology. To provide necessary help in this direction, the University offers bridge courses in the first two semesters. The students who join the programme will be required to attend the relevant bridge courses. They are also encouraged to approach and seek help of the concerned Faculty members. The admission to I.M.Sc. in Sciences will be through IIT-JEE 2009/KVPY 2009.

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M. in the first two years get a broad foundation for their degree by being exposed to the basics of several disciplines.A. Gachi Bowli. Urdu. Only such candidates who are found successful in the written test will be called for the interview to be held at University Campus. and (c) quantitative aptitude (25 marks).A. B. b) The written test will be in the form of simple objective type questions of +2 standard of two hours duration to be answered in the OMR sheet with black/blue ball point/sketch pen.A. Students should choose Part A (Telugu. Selection Procedure The following procedure shall be followed for selecting the candidates for different Integrated Master’s degree courses : a) All eligible applicants will be called for the written test to be held at 26 centres as at Chapter 2. In Part A. Hindi. degree in the respective subjects. Sociology. courses in Languages (Telugu/Hindi/Urdu) and Language Sciences lead to an M. There is no negative marking for Part ‘B’ and ‘C’.written test 75 marks. Entrance Examination There will be a common entrance test for admission to I. Courses in Social Sciences I. (b) reasoning abilities (25 marks). The question paper will be objective type consisting of three parts.A. 85 . there will be 30 questions of one mark each to test the competence in the concerned subject. and C. and Anthropology. History. and interview 25 marks.M. Urdu respectively. Hindi. Students however. In Part C. The students admitted to IMA Social Sciences make their choice at the end of the third year regarding the discipline in which they want to get the degrees after fulfilling the minimum number of credits specified by each department. Political Science. Entrance Examination : There will be a common entrance test for admission to the IMA Courses in Social Sciences. the questions will be in English for Language Science students and in other languages (Telugu/Hindi/Urdu) for those who opt Telugu. There will be an Academic Counseling Unit at the School level to guide the students every semester. Questions in Parts B and C will be in English and in Part A. In Part B. Part A. c) The weightage for different components for the final selection for admission will be . The test consists of (a) Language and Comprehension (25 marks).Courses in Humanities I. Specific instructions will be given in the question paper/answer book. in Humanities. b) Some weightage will be given in the interview to the rankers of National examinations like KVPY.33 for every wrong answer. For Part A there will be negative marking of 0. Other weightages a) Weightage for distinction in Sports/Cultural activities will be given as stated at Chapter 2 of this brochure. course in Social Sciences leads to the award of Master’s Degree in Economics. there will be 25 questions of one mark each to test the competence in the current affairs and general knowledge. There is a possibility of negative marking for wrong answers. there will be 20 questions of one mark each to test the competence in English. The minimum eligibility requirements and the schedule of written test/interview for admission to the above courses are given in a tabular form at chapter 2 of this Prospectus-cum-Application form. Written test carries 75 marks. Hyderabad – 500 046. and National Olympiad. and Language Science) according to their options.M.

where candidates secure the same marks in the entrance examination: (a) First criterion: Marks obtained in the entrance examination (written test). 4 marks will be given to the candidates belonging to backward District under 1st quartile and 2 marks to the candidates belonging to the backward Districts under 2nd quartile. to resolve the ties. then the marks up to the 1st year will be taken into account. d) Weightage for Linguistic Deprivation : 2 marks of weightage may also be given to those who pursued their +2 level education in non-English medium which may be evident from their educational certificate. In its absence. The following criteria shall be followed. not declared may also apply for admission as stated at 86 . (b) Second criterion: Marks obtained by the candidates in the qualifying examination (at +2).c) Weightage for candidates from Backward District: Weightage may also be given to the candidates belonging to backward districts and pursued their education upto +2 level in those districts as per the classification/notification of backward districts by the Government of India. Candidates whose result of the qualifying examination (+2) is Chapter 2 of this brochure. (c) Third criterion: Marks obtained in the next lower public examination (SSC/Matriculation or equivalent). If the final result is not available. the applicants should enclose a copy of the medium of instruction certificate issued by the Head of the college or institution where they have studied their +2 level education. one after the other. for which duly certified proof of residence and education in those districts would be required.

UGC has recognized UCESS and granted Faculty and research fund through their Innovative Research Program. (7) Special Topics. Atomic Minerals Directorate. program is of 4 semester course.stipend per month (a total fellowship of about Rs. Mathematical Modeling & Quantitative Methods. Therefore. eligible and interested candidates are encouraged to apply.Oceanic and Atmospheric realms. (4) Geochemical Exploration. Programmes of Study The Centre offers one and two years Post Graduate Programmes in collaboration with the National Geophysical Research Institute. (2) Geostatistics. written test and interview.Tech.000/.University Centre for Earth and Space Sciences (UCESS) University Centre for Earth and Space Sciences (UCESS) was set up at the University of Hyderabad (UoH) during December. level. (5) Spatial Data Management and Remote Sensing. and (8) Geological and Geophysical Field 87 .5. Space and Information Sciences to project the digital divide and promote knowledge-driven and jobled economic development of the country. 2004 to initiate inter-disciplinary and inter-institutional (industry. Most importantly. Magnetic. The fellowship covers tuition fee and field work expenses apart from Rs.. Gamma –Ray Spectrometry . National Mineral Development Corporation and Baldota Industries. Baldota Fellowships Five Fellowships of Baldota Foundation are available for selected candidates to pursue M. Computer Sciences and Centre for Modeling and Simulation Design (CMSD) on the campus of the University of Hyderabad. University of California (San Diego Supercomputer Centre) and University of Sao Paulo.3 lakhs plus laptop per candidate). The courses and labs include: (1) Gravity. The Centre has strong internal linkage with well equipped and well-staffed Faculty of Physics. they would have the competence to develop new cutting-edge technologies. lies in using synergy between the Earth . Chemistry. The first two semesters involve course work followed by 20 credits of dissertation during the third and fourth semesters. and with national laboratories such as National Geophysical Research Institute. Though the admission is meant for sponsored candidates only. The geophysical field work expenses will be borne by the respective sponsoring organization. Sponsored candidates (or sponsoring agency) will pay fees as stipulated by the University. subject to the availability of Baldota Fellowships. Life Sciences. M. M. in Mineral Exploration This is a four semester programme open to candidates with Masters degree in any branch of science with Mathematics as one of the subjects at the B. indeed. (3) Nuclear Geology & Isotope Geochemistry.Tech. in Mineral Exploration. non-sponsored candidates may also be considered for admission against vacancies if any. Selection of candidates for admission will be based on their academic qualifications. The hallmark of the Centre. Atomic Minerals Directorate and Mining Industry.Sc. R&D laboratories and academia) research and teaching programmes. besides overseas institutions such as the University of London. National Remote Sensing Agency. Seismic Electrical & EM Methods.Tech. as well as a number of highly focused short term refresher courses to enable cadres to update their knowledge and skills and improve their employment opportunities. (6) Instrumental Techniques of Analyses.

The dissertation work may be carried out either at the University of Hyderabad or in the respective host organizations of the sponsoring candidates or at any recognized R&D lab/industry lab. Use of state-of-the-art High Performance Computing Facility with supporting softwares such as ISATIS. environmental sciences. equipped with Electrical Resistivity meter (ABEM Terra meter). Sponsored candidates (or sponsoring agency) will pay the fees as stipulated by the University. UCESS. mineral exploration.training for 10 weeks. in Earth and Space Sciences The Center offers Ph. programme would be offered an “ Advanced P. Diploma in Mineral Exploration This is a two semester course programme identical to M. Laboratory and Computer Facilities All the students would be utilizing well developed state-of-the-art facilities of the University of Hyderabad. Indo-US Forum. NGRI. Field work: Students would be undergoing 10weeks intensive field training programme with emphasis on geophysical exploration techniques under the supervision of experts from AMD. Advanced P. The geophysical field work expenses would be borne by the respective sponsoring organization. water resources and also in closely related areas of other branches of science. provided they complete 8 credits of project work.D. ocean processes. Geosoft. conservation and recycling of water. with 8 credits of Project work. environmental management etc. National Geophysical Research Institute.Tech. Ph. geological and environmental related investigations.D. 88 . University of Hyderabad etc.Tech. Selection of candidates for admission will be based on their academic qualifications. UGC. Atomic Minerals Directorate and National Remote Sensing Agency. ocean models and climate forecasts. metallogeny and environmental geochemistry (funded by UPE. A Mobile Geophysical Laboratory. ERDAS etc. subject to the availability of Baldota Fellowships. Note : Those candidates who do not wish to continue after successfully completing the first two semesters of course work of the M.G. Out-reach Programmes Harvesting and management of water resources. The third and fourth semesters involve 20 credits of dissertation. MES. ArcGIS. with need based interdisciplinary programmes. Spinner Magnetometer VLF etc. Research The Centre currently executes research projects in harvesting. cyberinfrastructure.G. SDSC (GEON) form part of the training. is available for field training. INCOIS.. poleoceanography. reclamation and utilization of bad lands. programme in earth. Gravity meter and portable analytical instruments will soon be added for conducting detailed geophysical. earth’s crust and mantle. MatLab. which benefit both the candidate and the society. written test and interview. remote sensing. Diploma in Mineral Exploration”.. Activities of the Centre The activities of the Centre are integrated with socio-economic development of the region. Though the admission is meant for sponsored candidates only. ocean and atmospheric sciences. Proton Precession Magnetometer. ISRO and NRB).. at CMSD. non-sponsored candidates may also be considered for admission against vacancies if any.

Geological Survey of Canada 89 . B. Geological Society of India Prof. health etc. Physics. & other Guest Faculty from National Remote Sensing Agency Sri T. Computer Sciences Dr. Kota Harinarayana. Most importantly. Workshops/Training Programmes Apart from M. V.. Vipin Srivastava. Physics.G. National Geophysical Research Institute Dr. University of Pune. R.Walsh. Life Sciences of University of Hyderabad. Dr. Earth Sciences Dr.Dimri. Atomic Minerals. Remote Sensing. Vaidyanadhan. Chaitanya Baru. University of California. Arun Agarwal.D.Popularization of earth sciences among school children and public.R. Anjan Chaki. K. Geostatistics. Navalgund. Geophysics Prof. Faculty Prof.V.Narayana. Fluid Dynamics. Subhas Tella. National Aeronautics Lab. Computer Science-IT. Pune Dr.V. Remote Sensing & Image Processing Prof. National Mineral Development Corporation Visiting Professors Prof. Rural development –agriculture. UCESS organizes training programmes in Earth & Space Sciences and highly focused short-term refresher courses to enable cadres to update their knowledge and skills and improve their employment opportunities.P. Hyderabad & other guest Faculty from AMD Dr. Computer Sciences. Statistics and Computer Sciences. Environmental Geochemistry.Tech. C. Sri Lakshmi.Subbarao. S. and P. Ahmedabad Faculty from other Institutions and R & D Labs Prof. Geostatistics. Associate Faculty Prof. San Diego Supercomputer Centre. H. USA Guest Faculty Prof. K. Raghavendra Rao.Rambabu. Vishwas Kale. Ph. Suryanarayana. Remote Sensing.L. National Geophysical Research Institute Dr. (Professor in-charge of the Centre) Prof. Atomic Minerals Directorate. Geophysics. R. Vinod Kumar. J. Mathematics. Associate Faculty Prof. Diploma Programmes. A.N. the programmes are designed to enhance competence to develop new-cutting edge technologies.C. Geophysics. Earth Sciences. Rajeev Wankar. Deekshatulu. Kameswara Rao. Adjunct Professors Dr. University of London Dr. education. National Mineral Development Corporation Sri V. Space Application Centre. Computer Science Faculty from the Schools of Chemistry. National Remote Sensing Agency.

The following Broad Areas of Research are being pursued at ACRHEM: Synthetic and Computational Chemistry. Geophysics. Modelling the physics of the release of energy by HEM. Sesimics. Material Sciences of HEM. Osmania University & Faculty from National R&D Labs and Universities from India & Abroad Industry Dr. The University Website may be referred to for more details. Laser induced shock wave generation and characterization. D. tools used include short pulse lasers and fast detection systems. Meteorology. Novel HEM and nano-materials/nano-structures. P. Andhra University Prof. Geophysics. I. THz generation using photo-conducting antenna. Density functional study of HEMs involving electronic structure and mechanical property calculations. Houston. ONGC (Retd) Prof. multipass optical systems designing. Mathematics and Statistics of processes involved in High Energy Materials. S. Chemistry. and synthesis of novel HEMs and nano-energetics. Mohan. Oil Exploration Dr. Surface plasmons characterization. measure. Bhaskar Rao. Computational Physics. Reliance. Oil Exploration Advanced Centre of Research in High Energy Materials (ACRHEM) The Advanced Centre of Research in High Energy Materials (ACRHEM) focuses on interdisciplinary research aimed towards achieving an understanding of the theoretical and experimental aspects of the Physics.V. Polymer Sciences involving HEMs. and smart strategies. S. Mathematics and Statistics of processes involved in High Energy Materials. V. The centre has various ongoing research programmes both in experimental and theoretical fields to train Ph. The Centre's goal is to develop state of the art facilities and techniques for quantifying the properties of high energy materials (HEMs) and energetic processes. Development of instruments and technology to observe.C. Modelling combustion phenomena.D scholars in fundamental as well as applied areas of Physics. Osmania University Sri V. Computational & Mathematical Modelling of chemical kinetics of HEMs. along with the Electronics and Photonics instrumentation involved. Research in cavitation and sonoluminescence. Kolla.Prof. ACRHEM also aims for high quality teaching with student-Faculty ratio highly favorable for individual attention. Modelling of mathematical and statistical processes of a mixture of HEMs. Tewari is the Director of the Centre. Time and Spatially resolved spectral analysis under extreme conditions. Chemistry. Nonlinear optical frequency mixing and Absorption spectroscopy. Ram Prasad Rao. by ultra fast measurement techniques the processes involved in the HEM applications and synthesis. Murali.B. Prof. E-O sampling & nonlinear frequency mixing. This is done through experiments with lasers. 90 . theoretical calculations and computational modelling. Ravi Bastia.

D.3 J in fundamental) (3) Dye laser system (Radiant Dyes) pumped by Nd:YAG laser along with frequency mixing option tunable in the range of 300 µm to 3.. The material covered in the written test will be based on the typical M. M. ACRHEM infrastructure to the University pool: 1) Ti:Sapphire femtosecond oscillator [MICRA. Infrastructural facilities: Besides the facilities available in different Schools of the University. Chemistry and Mathematics & Statistics. Approximately 20 Ph. Chemistry or Mathematics.Sc. programme in ACRHEM there will be a written test and an interview as per the schedule of the University.: Admission to the Ph. etc.Phil. The student is required to show satisfactory progress throughout the period of research as well as fulfill other requirements prescribed by ACRHEM. Computational Material Science. Entrance Examination: For admission to the Ph. Those who qualify after writing this entrance examination will then be called for an interview. Low power and High power He-Ne lasers (~2. positions are available during the 2009-10 Academic year. Spectroscopy. aiming to give students a strong training in both experimental as well as theoretical fields. Ultrafast Optics. Phil. and B. Fluid Dynamics.E.5 mJ) brings the following additional 91 .D.. Coherent] with OPA [TOPAS/DFG. M.0 µm (4) Dynamic vibration isolation optical tables (Newport SmartTable™). programme is open to M. and I.Sc. Polymer Physics and Polymeric Fluids.D. The examination will consist of two sections. One can answer any 50 questions combined from part – B. Courses being offered and proposed by ACRHEM include courses on Nonlinear Optics.Sc. Chemistry. Coherent] and femtosecond/picosecond amplifiers [LEGEND. Part A will consist of 25 objective questions of one mark each. Combustion Phenomena. include submission of research results in the form of a thesis and defense of the thesis in a viva-voce examination. Mathematics & Statistics. second.D./B. programme: such interviews shall be scheduled as per requirement.M. chemistry or mathematics. syllabi of Indian Universities in Physics. . programme. degree in physics. on a topic approved by the Centre.Tech.D. Part B will consist of three sections -. In addition to the Ph. each having 35 questions. should be accompanied by a write up on a plain paper on the purpose and intention of research in HEM as envisaged by the applicant and his / her particular area of research interest. Requirements for successful completion of the programme leading to the award of a Ph. may also opt to appear for the interview being held by ACRHEM for admission to the Centre's Ph. tunable from 300 µm to 20 µm] (2) High power Nd:YAG nanosecond laser system with fundamental. Those who qualify for interview after appearing in the entrance examination of the School of Physics. third and fourth harmonics (Innolas. Solid State Physics. which is compulsory. Light Conversion. students from other Schools. The duly filled application on the prescribed format of the University. ACRHEM also takes Junior and Senior Research Fellows.Sc. Lasers.D. qualified students. Specialized courses being offered by the Centre may also be taken as optional courses by M. Part A and Part B.Physics. D. High Energy Materials. 1.Programs of Study: Ph. This is a research programme with students undertaking research under the supervision of Faculty member.

Director. Material science.D.D. Nonlinear optics Prof.A Organic and Bio-Organic Chemistry Dr. Ph. B. (Hyderabad) . (Theory) Associate Faculty Chemistry: Prof. (7) Hand-held Spectrometers. Spin Coater. CCD/Vidicon cameras. (Experiment) Dr.D.D. (Jadavpur) Polymer and Materials Science 92 . ACRHEM.N. (Burdwan) .A. Ph. (Delhi) . Tushar Jana. Superconductivity. Ph. Ph. as well as the Centre's library.Quantum Optics. (Experiment) Dr.Sc. Single Shot Autocorrelator. F. ICCD based spectrograph.matter interaction. Anil Kumar Chaudhary.Laser .D. Streak Camera. Basavaiah. (Calcutta) Theoretical Chemistry: Quantum Dynamics and Many Body Theories Prof.Theoretical Chemical Dynamics. RF Sputtering. Fast photodiodes.D. Computer & Library Facilities: All research workers have personal computers connected to the network of the University with wireless network facility so that internet and E-mail facilities are directly accessible from laboratories and Faculty offices. Nanophotonics. Polymer Physics & Complex Fluids. Spontaneous Emission modification. (9) Vacuum chambers. Three dimensional nanopositioners. Magnetism. Decomposition of High Energy Materials. (Banaras Hindu University) F. Visiting Faculty . (Anna University). Tewari. Kanpur) . Non-adiabatic Processes (Theory) Dr. CO2 laser.D. high-power ns/ps/fs optics.Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy. Manoj Kumar. (Experiment) Dr. Thin film fabrication facility etc.Laser Spectroscopy and Nonlinear Optics. G. Ph.D. Soma Venugopal Rao. Combustion modelling. Ph. Ph.D. mid-IR detectors etc.. elastic and mechanical properties investigated using first principles density functional calculations (DFT). Material characterization facilities. Power/Energy meters. Prem Kiran. Delay stages and controllers. Faculty Prof.(5) Diode lasers (high power and tunable). Laser Beam Profiler. Access is available to a large number of books and journals through the University library. Instabilities. (IIT. Propagation of Ultrashort. Ph. Ultrashort laser pulses. Ashok. Laser induced Generation and characterization of shock waves.D. (Theory) Dr. P. Interferometry for refractive index and thickness measurements. M. (Massachusetts Amherst. IR Viewer.Nonlinear Optics. G.D. (8) Mercury Cadmium Telluride Detector (detects up to 26 µm). (Experiment) Dr. Vaitheeswaran. Nonlinear Dynamics of Complex Systems. (10) Electron beam gun. High Pressure Studies. Ph. Susanta Mahapatra. (6) Boxcar Integrator. Equipment being procured additionally include a high Energy picosecond laser system. Durga Prasad. Ph. Sonoluminescence & Cavitation. (Hyderabad) . USA) . Access to the University's CMSD / HPCF computer facility is additionally available for simulation work. Ph.Solid state theory. intense femtosecond pulses in atmosphere. P. Femtosecond laser direct writing. S. (Hyderabad) .Theoretical Soft Matter Physics. D. Fast oscilloscopes.

N. Muralidharan. Mathematics and Computer/Information Sciences: Prof. (Hyderabad) Interferometry.D. psychological and social factors in determining health and illness • • They conduct counseling for the psychosocial problems that illness may create They develop work site interventions to improve employee’s health habits 93 . Raghavendra Rao. Kanpur) Synthetic main group chemistry and polymers Dr. Ph. Quantum field theory (Theory) Dr. Ferroelectric thin films and applications. (Hyderabad) Quantum Optics. (Berhampur) Digital Signal Processing and Embedded Systems Dr. (IIT. Polymer Optics (Experiment) Dr.D.D.D.D. Nonlinear Centre for Health Psychology Health Psychology is a holistic approach to Health and well being.Differential Equations Self avoiding walks. The holistic approach shifts the emphasis of health from biomedical to biopsychosocial model.D. Prospects of Health Psychologists • • • They work closely with medical professionals They can also work independently They can do research and examine the interaction of biological. and how they respond when they do get ill. K.D. It focuses on health promotion and maintenance. Ph. Janaki Balakrishnan. the etiology and correlates of heath. Ph.P. Saroj Panigrahi. Ph.Dr. why they become ill. (IIT. Ph. C. Sabat. Murthy. C. Problems motivated by biology.K.D. Phenomena and characterization techniques in the microwave range. Processes. Dynamical systems. K. (Osmania University) Simulation & Modelling and Knowledge Discovery Dr. Ph. Thin Films and Sensors (Experiment) Dr.Viswanathan. Stochastic processes. (Theory) Dr. (NCL. and improvement of health care system. Ghanashyam Krishna. Walks and first passage time problems in regular and disordered lattices. (Berhampur) .S.D. Chennai) Materials. Bangalore) Synthesis and Exploration of chemical.D. Ph. illness and dysfunction. (IISc. M. Laser Cooling (Experiment). (Experiment) Dr. Ph. Ph. Ph. Ph. (Hyderabad) Monte Carlo methods in statistical physics and in radiation transport. K.D. Health psychology is the field within psychology devoted to understanding psychological influences on how people stay healthy. P. prevention and treatment of illnesses. Fiber Optics. Akhila Kumar Sahoo. (Delhi) Stochastic Processes. Microwave Electronics. James Raju. dynamics and chaos. (IIT. Sunandana. Panda. biological and material aspects of porphyrinoids Dr. Ph. (IISc. Ph.D.L. Bangalore) Nanostructured materials.D. Madras) Condensed Matter Physics (Experiment) Prof.C. Pune) Organic synthesis and Organometallic chemistry Physics: Prof. Suneel Singh. Ph. Ashoka Vudayagiri. S. Nirmal K. (Hyderabad) Quantum Optics (Theory) Dr.D.

Faculty Professor Meena Hariharan. The test for admission to Integrated M.Sc. The Biofeedback laboratory trains students in relaxation therapy using Biofeedback machine that measures EEG.G.Sc. and Ph. The centre is engaged in Research in the field of Health Psychology which is one of the recent branches of Psychology and headed by a Coordinator and two Faculty members. linguistics. Pulse. Psychology of Resilience.• They work as consultants in organizations to improve health and health care delivery About the centre The Centre for Health Psychology is the first ever centre in the country. Ph. EMG. and proposes to offer research programs in 94 . The test for admission to P. Meera Padhy . it brings together Faculty and researchers from various disciplines such as physics. Research methodology and proficiency in English language.. The admission is based on the written test followed by an interview for the short listed candidates after the written test. Coping with stress. G.G. Counseling Laboratory and Biofeedback laboratory. GSR. Diploma in Counseling Psychology will assess their knowledge in Introductory Psychology and proficiency in English. Diploma in Counseling Psychology. Psychology of the Disadvantaged. computer science. in Health Psychology. Health Psychology Lecturer(Adhoc) Dr. The Counseling Laboratory is a state-of-the-art laboratory to train the students in counseling skills to the micro behavioral level. The Experimental laboratory has modern instruments and about 200 standardized psychological tests.D. Within the short span of its existence the center has received considerable international attention. (Utah) . P.Padmaja . (Coordinator of the Centre) Lecturer Dr.Counseling Psychology. Entrance Examination There will be an entrance examination for admission to the above programmes. basic knowledge in Mathematics.Health Psychology.D programme in Psychology. A truly interdisciplinary center. in Health Psychology will assess their aptitude in Psychology. The test for admission to Ph.Psychology of Disadvantaged & Health Psychology Centre for Cognitive Science The Center for Cognitive Science is an interdisciplinary research center focusing upon the areas of linguistic cognition and cognitive systems. Programmes of study The Centre offers Integrated M. Programme will assess their knowledge in Psychology. Biology and proficiency in English. Infrastructure The Centre is equipped with an Experimental Laboratory.D. and was established in the university in 2007. Respiration etc. neurobiology and philosophy to ponder upon the nature of cognition. The Center is in the process of setting up a well-equipped laboratory with ERP and eye-tracking equipment.

Pujari. would cover the following topics: • • • • Formal and Computational Approaches to Cognition: meaning.L. K. Padmanabhan Nair. for the 2009-10 academic year would be 9 and 3 respectively.D.D. and Ph. Professor Vipin Srivastava is the Coordinator of the Center. Selection will be made on the basis of a written test followed by an interview. School of Physics (Coordinator of the Centre) Professor Gautam Sengupta. program in Cognitive Science would consist of 16 credits of course work followed by a dissertation. S. Eligibility for Admission Master’s degree in any discipline in the Humanities or Social or Natural Sciences with at least 55% marks. program in Cognitive Science would involve an additional 16 credits of dissertation-oriented readings in the second semester of the program.Udgata. Bapiraju.K. Center for Applied Linguistics (on leave) Professor Amitabha Das Gupta. Department of Computer and Information Sciences Dr. The course work. Department of Philosophy Professor P. Center for Applied Linguistics & Translation Studies (Associate Coordinator of the Center) Professor S. Department of Philosophy Dr Vineet C. Department of Computer and Information Sciences (on leave) Professor Probal Das Gupta. philosophy and neurosciences for students majoring in the sciences and the humanities. Programs of Study The M. The center is on the network of the National Initiative of the Department of Science and Technology on Cognitive Science Research. Faculty Professor Vipin Srivastava. to be completed within one semester. followed by a dissertation. DCIS Dr.cognitive science at the M. Bapiraju are the Associate Coordinators. currently on leave) Professor A. The intake for M.S.Somsukla Banerjee.Sabat. learning and reasoning Empirical Bases of Cognition Language. Professor Gautam Sengupta and Professor S.Phil.Phil. At present the center offers post-graduate courses at the interface of linguistics. Department of Computer and Information Sciences (Associate Coordinator of the Center. 95 . School of Physics Dr. Basu. CALTS The Center is in the process of inviting some more Faculty members in various Schools and Departments to join the forum. Philosophy and Cognition Topics in Cognitive Science: Dissertation Oriented Readings The Ph. Department of Animal Sciences Dr Prajit K.Phil. and Doctoral levels. Prakash Babu. It has received generous assistance from the University Grants Commission towards major research projects and infrastructural facilities under their Innovative Programs Scheme.

D. Ph.. courses must also take a Viva-Voce examination. It successfully organized various seminars and workshops and carried out many Projects. Feminist Theories and Methodologies. Part . It has a local Advisory Board comprising of members from different schools to run its day to day affairs. major essay. Biological Sciences and other Natural Sciences.Phil and Ph.D. It is a stand alone centre collaborating with different Faculty and schools. and Part C. Performing Arts. and Ph.Phil.Phil. Build a systematic data base on gender issues. The M.B. The first semester is devoted for course work consisting of 4 courses of 4 credits each. The second semester is devoted for the preparation and submission of M. consists of four short answers (maximum of 20 marks) and Part .. dissertation.D.D. 2 essays (maximum of 30 marks) related to concepts in women’s studies. Aims and Objectives To actively coordinate courses on gender and women in different departments. Part . understanding of social and developmental issues. Entrance Examination M.D. Examination assess the students on writing.Phil. Physical Sciences. programme in Gender Studies. at the University of Hyderabad is an inter-disciplinary centre in the Schools of Social Sciences. Programme of Study The Centre offers an M.Phil. introduce new areas of gender research. This Cell has now been upgraded to a centre from June 2007 onwards. M. students can also do a course related to Women and Gender offered by the other departments. The question paper consists of three parts viz. understanding of social and developmental issues. Management. This was alternatively located in the School of Social Sciences and School of Humanities.A consists of objective type questions (maximum of 25 marks). viz.Phil.A. Introduction to Gender Studies. Part A. Students seeking admission to the M. pattern consists of objective type questions. candidates interested in pursuing their studies in the Department are assessed in their intensive knowledge of gender studies and also their ability to comprehend general concepts in women’s studies along with their skills in writing about gender studies in a comprehensive way. short answers.D. programme is of two semester duration which includes course work and dissertation. Part B.Phil.D. The CWS has signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with Times Foundation to set up a Centre of Excellence called “University of Hyderabad Times Centre for Women’s Empowerment”. Work towards the empowerment of women. and Ph. Gender issue in Sciences and an individual seminar course in the broad area of research. Communication. and Ph. and Ph. related to women’s issues. In general.C. Work towards a Master’s programme in Women’s Studies and thus enhance the emphasis on inter-face studies in the University as a whole. Humanities. The 96 . The Cell offered a course titled “Social Construction of Gender” as an optional course for M. The University of Hyderabad had a women’s studies Cell that has been operational since 1984. concepts and long answers. M. short essays and short notes on key concepts in women’s studies.Centre for Women’s Studies The Centre for Women’s Studies (CWS). To main stream gender issues in teaching and research. and Ph.

liquid and gases calls for an understanding of a variety of phenomena in physics. Students are expected to come prepared with their research topics for the Viva Voce examination. the role of scientific research. • Women and Entrepreneurship. industrial catalysts. help convert real life phenomena into appropriate mathematical and computational models etc. Feminization of Agriculture. Women and Body Politics. Women and Intersecting Marginalities. CMSD 97 . drug-receptor interactions.. Faculty Dr.total marks is 75 for the written exam and 25 for the Viva-Voce examination. Countries and Institutions across the world are gearing up to avail the challenging opportunities provided by this new tool. and industrially important materials form part of this continuum and an understanding of this evolution needs all the three components of research. molecular computers. simulation and design. CMSD aims to nurture cross-disciplinary bridges. lubricants. and launched a uniquely conceived new programme of higher education and research. Thus computer-based simulations form an integral part of modern research methodology. Engineering and Technology. Women and Performing Arts. Women’s History. Women and Development. The UGC-approved establishment of the Center for Modeling. chemistry and biology. state-of-the-art High Performance Computing (HPC) center. Gender Violence.D. having expertise in many of the above areas. Women and religion. The human resources generated from such efforts will be invaluable. Women in the Diaspora. Women in Sciences. viz. Women and/in Media. Women and religion. the University of Hyderabad has already proposed. is of paramount importance. an innovative interfacial studies and research programme with a substantial funding. which are effective in generating new knowledge and creative explorations. Violence against women. The need for computation in all areas of research and teaching at the University had been felt for long. undertaking of consultancy and turnkey projects. Areas of Research • Population and Reproductive Health. experiment and computation. Women’s Movement. Atomic lasers. In this era of science-driven-engineering. fully appreciates the inter-dependence of Science. Rekha Pande. Women in Management. Women and Politics. Simulation and Design (CMSD) was fuelled further by generous support from DST under its FIST programme. Gendered Economics. Women and Globalization with special reference to women’s work and Information and Communication technologies (Coordinator of the Centre). the design of the best carbon particle size in Tribology involves as much computing as basic science and engineering. (Allahabad): Women’s History. Expertise thus developed would help in reaching out to other research organizations and industry. Problems of the Girlchild. Centre for Modelling Simulation and Design (CMSD) The study of passage from the micro world of atoms and molecules to the macro world of solids. theory. Women and the Environment. For example. Women’s work in organized and unorganized sectors. The University of Hyderabad. Of the five Universities selected so far under the scheme. and got approval for. This initiative has been supported by an imaginative programme of the UGC in recognizing some Universities for their potential for excellence. based on modeling. Training individuals and organizations in specific hardware and software. Society and Law. Women and globalization. are some of the important tasks that CMSD has embarked on. The primary requisite in using the third avenue of research for solving complex problems is a working. Women. Ph.

Investigations of fundamental mechanisms of photoninduced processes in chemistry and biology and to probe the details of chemical reactions in the gas as well as condensed phases. discrimination and categorization using physical and mathematical tools. Protein folding: Using mathematical tools to study how a particular sequence of amino acids makes a protein fold in a particular biologically active shape. application of non-Boltzmann simulation techniques to estimate entropy and free emefgies of complex systems. The Department of Science & Technology (DST) has recognized CMSD as National High Performance Computing Facility. 98 . cross-over effects and multi-criticality (typical systems: complex fluids and magnetic systems). quantitative analysis of defect structures through wavelet transform methods. logic function theory. CMSD has initiated several research activities in collaboration with several University Departments and/or Centres. design of mixed signal systems. GaAs devices. Some areas are: Physics of low dimensional systems: Properties of molecular thin films. application of self avoiding walks and their recent variants to protein folding problems. Natural language understanding: To grasp and model the details of language acquisition in the mental lexicon and to use this knowledge to process natural languages effectively on a computer. development of algorithms for power efficient lay-out design. Atomistic simulation and modelling of complex fluids employing multiple time step algorithms. use of wavelet methods to differentiate between normal and cancerous tissues. evolutionary algorithms). Monte Carlo and other statistical methods. estimation of longrange correlations in sequences. layered structures and their stability. development of digital signal processors. Critical phenomena: Effect of randomly quenched disorder on phase transitions. phase diagrams of liquid crystals confined to porous media like aerogels. simulation of far-from equilibrium processes and calculation of free energy differences employing the recent fluctuation theorems. substrate interactions and hybrid structures. extraction of bulk properties and surface effects. development of back-end tools for simulators and synthesizers. Modelling of salvation dynamics and its effects on solution reactions employing molecular dynamics. large-scale phenomena in liquid crystals. Genomics & bioinformatics: Biosequencing analysis. Topological defects in restricted geometries: Competition between different length scales and frustration. Cognitive neuroscience: To model cognitive functions like learning. influence of molecular structure and interactions on phase stability. Monte Carlo simulations: Computer simulations of liquid crystalline systems. transitions caused by anchoring. structure and dynamics near the phase transitions. construction of global potential energy hyper surfaces and dynamical studies of nuclear motion on interacting manifolds of electronic states. and biological evolution (artificial neural network. formation of topological defects and their dynamics. structural and functional Genomics to map protein coding regimes and sequencing of DNA. phase equilibrium and interface phenomena. Quantum chemistry: Carry out large scale quantum chemical computations at different levels of approximation to study structure and dynamics of macro molecules. Computational intelligence: To go beyond the capabilities of ‘classical’ computers using ideas from quantum mechanics (quantum computers). CMSD has been accorded an academic status by the University. Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI): Design of embedded systems.became operational from its new premises during December 2004. memory. simulation of transport processes in semiconductors: process simulation and device modeling for Si.

I.g. GAMS.D. Empire 3D V4. Gaussian 2003. Grid Computing.7. Sastry. (I. Pattern Recognition and Neural Networks. modeling etc. Ph. Design of new materials: Quantum chemical computations for design of the building blocks of novel materials. (I. investigation of specific aspects such as drug-receptor binding and chiral discrimination employing high levels of quantum chemical and molecular mechanics/dynamics computations. Computer Simulations (E and T) 99 . SPSS. Relibase+. CFX 5.T. 6 IBM SMP Systems with total of 256 CPUs [1 x IBM p690 (32 Power 4). semiconductors.I.S. RATS. development of guidelines for producing hard materials that can replace diamonds in industrial applications and the design of ion-specific fluorophore-based sensors. HPC compilers (like Fortran 90. PGI compilers.2. 1 x IBM p595 (64 Power 5+)]. design of molecules with large hyperpolarisabilities for fabricating efficient nonlinear optical materials.D. Co-Project Investigator-HPCF V. Matlab with various toolboxes. Computer Vision. 6 x IBM Intellistations.Tech. Delhi). Mathematica. GAMESS. BOS. Intel. Drug design and delivery: Computational design of specific drug molecules based on the drug-receptor interactions. optical switches etc. Image Processing S/W like ERDUS. Bangalore) – Condensed Matter Physics. ADF. Full Wave Sonnet. exploration of phenomena of polymorphism and intermolecular interactions to understand and exploit their roles in achieving specific material attributes. Two interactive labs (Windows and Linux) for training on advanced software given below: To support various application domain areas following software have been deployed on the above hardware: Accelrys Suite. by the end of this year. with about 100 PCs etc. 1 x IBM p595 (64 Power 5). Molpro. SMIEEE. Currently. Absoft Fortran Compiler etc) on various platforms. NAG Fortran SMP Library.I.. MOPAC.Sc. ISATIS. Cadence..S. iSIGHT Pro. Ph. computational modeling of spin interactions in open shell systems and structure-property correlations in electronic and optical materials to provide a sound basis for the design and fabrication of molecular magnets.T. Magnetic Resonance. It is soon planned to start Ph. Computational Resources: Currently. Monte Carlo simulation. Lahey compliers. (I. AWR (microwave Office). GCG Wisconsin. Delhi) –B. Ansys Multiphysics. A CDAC PARAM SUN cluster consisting of 16 nodes (each with dual xeon dual core processors) and 32 GB memory and High end workstations such as 6 x SGI Octone 2. 3D Studio Max. 512 GBytes of Main memory and 4 TBytes of storage. BEAMPRO. program in Computational Science area. 2 x SUN Blade 2000. Development of systematic graph-based approaches to the analysis of interaction pathways in condensed matter. Statistica. CMSD over a 2 TFlops computing facility and is expected to grow to a 10 TFlops.Molecular modelling: Design property-specific molecules for a variety of application: e. 3 x IBM p690 (96 Power 4+). by positioning a 1024 core cluster. FACULTY: Director Arun Agarwal. FIETE – Image Processing.D. Short term courses are conducted in the areas of Parallel Computing. SPARTAN 2003.

D. Ph. Neural Networks.P.K. Global Biodiversity Informatics.D. (Princeton) F. (SINP.A. (SVU) – Biochemical toxicology and drug discovery.N. Ashok Chatterjee. Anand K Kondapi. Computer Vision. Ph. S. Ph.D.P. Molecular and Cellular Oncology. allergy. (UH) – Protein Biochemistry. (London).D. Chakravarthy Bhagavati.D. stochastic processes. Functional characterization of DNA Topoisomerases in oncogenesis. asthma and Cancer.A. Sharmishta Banerjee. Medicinal Botany.D.Durga Prasad.D. (Osmania) – Structural Biology.D.D.D. Raghavendra Rao.Radhakrishnan.P. F. Diversity and Conservation. Ph. Materials Chemistry. Non-Equilibrium. Pathak.A. (Yale) – Supramolecular Chemistry. (Andhra) – Molecular biology.D.Mitra.Phil.Phys. (Calcutta) – Theoretical Chemistry: Quantum Dynamics and Many Body Theories Associate Faculty: C. Subrata Pal. Superiattices & Heterostructures (T/E). Ph. Plant Systematic.P. (Moscow) – Nonlinear Optics (T). Ph. (Delhi) – Dynamical systems.D. F. (RPI. Ph. Lalitha Guruprasad. Device Fabrication. Ph. Brain Function Modeling (T). NZ) F. 100 . – Atomic Collisions in Solids. Bombay) – Condensed Matter Physics.. – Space Quantum Field Theory. Electrochemistry of immobilized enzymes (biosensors). C. Ashwini Nangia. Ph. Inflammation. quantum field theory (T). C. Rajaram. Dutta Gupta. Indore. Ph. Ph.D (Waikato. A. Rajeev Wankar. Pattern Recognition. Vipin Srivastava. Ph.Sc. Parallel & Grid Computing.D. Ph.Academic Coordinator K.D. Surface Physics. Studies on protein sequences (bioinformatics) and Nanobiotechnology. S.D. Ph.D. Ph. Bioenergy Resource.Sc. Ultrasonics. (TIFR) . Ph.D. Knowledge Discovery.. Ph. HIV infection. drug development and delivery. Kottapalli Seshagirirao. Bindu A Bambah. problems motivated by biology. M. Boltzmann transport equation. Kanpur) – Theoretical Chemical Dynamics. nonlinear dynamics and chaos. P Reddanna. Ph. Magnetism and Superconductivity. USA) – Image Processing. Janaki Balakrishnan. Stochastic Processes.P. Crystal Engineering. Susanta Mahapatra. (Osmania University) – Simulation & Modeling.(SKU) – Signal transduction. Radiation Damage. T.Sc. Glycobiology. neurotoxicity and Brain aging.D.I. Ph. G. (Hyderabad) – Equilibrium and non-Equilibrium Statistical Physics. (DAVV. (Jadavpur) – Condensed Matter Physics (T). Non-adiabatic Chemistry (ProfessorARCHEM) K. Rajender Singh.Molecular biophysics. Computational Chemistry.D. (TIFR.D.D.D. Superconductivity and Magnetism (E). (I. Ph. Phenomena (T). Non Linear Dynamics (T). Tiwari. Monte Carlo Simulation (T) Resource Coordinator M. Kolkata) – Properties of hot and dense hadronics and paatonic matter and quark-gluon plasma formed in relativistic heavy ion collisions. Ph. (IIT Kanpur).D.Inst.T. Ph. Murthy.. (Delhi) – Condensed Matter Physics. Properties of dense nuclear and exotic mater in neutron stars (T). Ph. Ph. (Chicago) – Particle Physics.N. (Roorkee) – Condensed Matter Physics.

Dr. Agricultural Economics. S. Science and Technology.Phil. MBA (HRM). Gandhian Economic Thought.. B. MBA (Osmania).D. Diploma programmes with the objective of expanding the access to higher education for all sections of society. Centre for Distance Education The Centre for Distance Education was established in the year 1994 with a couple of P. (Civil-Nagarjuna).D. entrepreneurship & Women Studies. Sales Management. Ph. Consumer Protection. This year (2009) we have notified the following 18 programmes including 4 new programmes and the admissions are in progress.G.2009. General Management. MCSD. HRD AND Systems. (University of Hyderabad). M.2. M.) (Management – Osmania University) – Strategic Marketing. MBA (Mktg). Ph. Human Resource Management. Ph. Raja Sekhar. Ahmedabad) – Quantitative Techniques.Tech. (ISI. (Management-Kakatiya). Delhi) – Development Economics. M. Strategic. Sita. Operations Research. Agricultural Economics and Model Building & Simulation in Economics. Advertising. Chetan Srivastava.A. Ph.D. (Osmania).Naresh Kumar Sharma. V.Phil. Mumbai) – Econometrics. Jeelani is the Director.D. Operations Management. Marketing Research and Supply Chain Management. M. Mallikharjuna Rao. E-Governance. S. MBA (Sys. PGCCA. B. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Course Code PGDPM PGDLAN PGDCAQM PGDCL & IPR PGDBM PGDENM PGDCE PGDMTU PGDCJFS PGDG PGDIA PGDBS PGDHR PGDTSH PGDTC PGDCAIL Course Name Post Graduate Diploma in Project Management Post Graduate Diploma in Library Automation & Networking Post Graduate Diploma in Chemical Analysis & Quality Management Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Laws & Intellectual Property Rights Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management Post Graduate Diploma in Energy Management Post Graduate Diploma in Communicative English Post Graduate Diploma in Mass Communication and Translation Techniques in Urdu Post Graduate Diploma in Criminal Justice & Forensic Science Post Graduate Diploma in Governance Post Graduate Diploma in Investment Analysis Post Graduate Diploma in Buddhist Studies Post Graduate Diploma in Human Rights Post Graduate Diploma in Translation Studies in Hindi Post Graduate Diploma in Telecommunications Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application in Indian Languages PGDMC & TTT Post Graduate Diploma in Mass Communication and Translation Techniques in Telugu PGDCED Post Graduate Diploma in Consumer Education 101 . Mathematical Economics. Ahmedabad). FDP (IIM. FICWA – Financial Management Infrastructure Management and Health Care Financing.No. PG Diploma (HRM) – Public Policy. The last date for submission of filled-in applications was 28. Phanindra Goyari. (Osmania) – FDP (IIM. Quality Management.Sc. (Psychology-SVU). (IGIDR. International Marketing.

The college has so far organized Eleven Workshops for the Principals. It is an important academic wing of the University. Sudhakar Babu Spcialisation . These are especially concerned with the objective of sensitizing participants on current issues of higher education and immediate social relevance. Equality of Opportunities and Dalit Studies. Training and Higher Education. Every workshop is structured on a definite theme. Besides these. Besides the core academic team. The Mandate Professional training is a powerful measure in upholding teacher competence and sustaining teacher motivation. Central Library and Sophisticated laboratories. the ASC organized three Orientation Courses and nine Refresher Courses. with less than eight years of experience are eligible for enrolling in these courses. the College invites a number of Resource Persons from Universities. Training and Research Institutions. the ASC will organize Orientation Courses and Refresher Courses in subjects proposed by Academic Advisory Committee and approved by University Grants Commission. Infrastructure The college has access to all the Infrastructure facilities of the University like the Computer Lab.S. During the year 2008-2009.Training. The young teachers. Our college also organized weeklong workshops for the Principals of Degree Colleges from Andhra Pradesh and neighboring States. University of Hyderabad is one of the 51 colleges established by the University Grants Commission in 1987 –1988. Apart from the training programmes the Faculty is also taking up the teaching assignments and research guidance in their respective departments.Academic Staff College Academic Staff College. The Refresher Courses in various subjects have a definite thrust area. The Refresher Courses are organized for duration of three weeks. Narasimhulu Specialization Research Focus Lecturer Dr. Due emphasis is laid on strengthening skills in teaching and communication and bringing innovations in teaching. The objective of these courses is to update the teachers with recent developments in their concerned disciplines. Differential Systems .Non-linear Differential Equations. During the year 2009-2010. Attempts are made in motivating and developing competence in scientific research. Higher Education and Literacy. Y. journals and magazines and a computer lab with 24 systems which provides hands on experience on MS Word. . 160 Refresher Courses and 7909 teachers from different states of the country since its inception. Research Focus . The Academic Advisory Committee (AAC) decides the subjects for Refresher Courses for the year.Mathematics. Higher Education. the College itself has a good library with 3090 books. Human Resource Management 102 . Director Prof. Till now Academic Staff College has conducted a total number of 219 courses. Civil Society. which includes 59 Orientation courses.Public Policy. Policy Studies. The Orientation Courses are for duration of four weeks. Faculty The academic team of the College consists of the Director and a Lecturer. Power Point and Web Design to the participants. Public Policy for Good Governance.

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