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(A Central University established by an act of Parliament in 1974)

UNIVERSITY OF HYDERABAD

Centre for Distance Education


(Hindi Version)

Prospectus 2008

P.O. Central University Hyderabad-500 046, Andhra Pradesh Phone: +91-40-23010849. Website: www.uohyd.ernet.in Last date for submission of application form: 28-02-08 Application-cum-Registration fee: Rs. 250

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Commuting to the Campus: University buses will be available from 9.00 a.m. and after 4.00 p.m. from the following points in the city: Golden Threshold, near Abids GPO Circle, Nampally station road, Hyderabad. RTC Buses:216 U Koti to Campus; 216 B Koti to BHEL;217 C Charminar to Patancheru; 217/216 Koti to BHEL; 226 E/U Secunderabad Station to University Campus (via Ameerpet) limited service.MMTS Train service are available from Sce-bad and Hyderabad to Lingampally which is just 5km from University campus. (Note: The Centre for Distance Education is located in the L- Shaped Building opposite Lake View Guest House, near the University Post Office.) 3

CONTENTS
1. THE UNIVERSITY 2. DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAMMES 3. SELECTION PROCEDURE Page

2.1 List of Distance Education Diploma Programmes 2.2 Eligibility Criteria 3.1 Intimation of Selection 3.2 Reservations for SC & ST Students 3.3 Reservations for Physically Challenged (PC) Students 3.4 Admission of Foreign/NRI Students

4.01 Admission 4.02 Submission of Application Forms 4.03 List of Enclosures 4.04 Enrolment Number 4.05 Identity Card 4.06 Programme Schedule 4.07 Contact Classes and Practical Work 4.08 Exemption from Contact Classes 4.09 Accommodation

4. GENERAL INFORMATION

5. PAYMENT OF FEES AND FEE STRUCTURE

7.1 Internal Assessments 7.2 Term-end Examinations 7.3 Examinations for Foreign Students/NRIs 7.4 Contact Sessions for Foreign Students/NRIs 8.1 Grading 8.2 Improvement 8.3 Re-counting 8.4 Re-examination: 8.5 Memorandum of Marks 8.6 Final Diploma Certificates 8.7 Duplicate Diploma/Certificate 8.8 Transfer of Credits/Marks

6. IMPORTANT DATES 7. EVALUATION

5.1 Mode of Payment 5.2 Delayed Payment 5.3 Reimbursement of Tuition Fee for SC/ST Students 5.4 Programme Fees 5.5 Fee for Foreign Students

8. RESULTS

9. INFORMATION ON THE DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES


9.01 Post Graduate Diploma in Project Management (PGDPM) 9.02 Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Education and Management (PGDEM) 9.03 Post Graduate Diploma in Human Rights (PGDHR) 9.04 Post Graduate Diploma in Translation Studies in Hindi (PGDTSH) 9.05 Post Graduate Diploma in Library Automation and Networking (PGDLAN) 9.06 Post Graduate Diploma in Television Production (PGDTVP) 9.07 Post Graduate Diploma in Telecommunications (PGDTC) 9.08 Post Graduate Diploma in Chemical Analysis & Quality Management (PGDCAQM) 9.09 Post Graduate Diploma in Business Ethics (PGDBE) 9.10 Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Laws and Intellectual Property Rights (PGDCL & IPR) 9.11 Post Graduate Diploma in Communicative English (PGDCE) 9.12 Post Graduate Diploma in Mass Communication and Translation Techniques in Urdu (PGDMTU) 9.13 Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Economics (PGDEE) 9.14 Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management: (PGDBM) 9.15 Post Graduate Diploma in Energy Management: (PGDENM) 9.16 Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application in Indian Languages: (PGDCAIL) 9.17 Post Graduate Diploma in Medicinal Botany (PGDMB) 9.18 Post Graduate Diploma in Embedded Systems: (PGDES) 9.19 Post Graduate Diploma in Mass Communication & Translation Techniques in Telugu (PGDMC&TTT) 9.20 Post Graduate Diploma in Consumer Education (PGDCED) 9.21 Short Term Course on Make-up (STCM) 9.22 Certificate Program on Stress Management Awareness Programme) (CPSM)

1. 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. It is the first Central University to have been established in southern India. In addition to federal funding, it receives substantial research funding and support from other sources at home and abroad, and attracts the best students and faculty from all over India. The University is located on the old Hyderabad-Bombay Highway, about 20 km from the city of Hyderabad. Stretching across a serene and green stretch of 2,300 acres of land, the campus houses academic and administrative wings, support facilities and residential requirements of the campus community constructed over the years. The campus in the city, The Golden Threshold, the residence of late Sarojini Naidu, was bequeathed to the university by her daughter, late Padmaja Naidu. The University is one of the five Universities in India accorded the status of University with Potential for Excellence by the University Grants Commission (UGC). It is the only university among the top 50 institutions in India with publications in Citation Index Journals rated under the HIGH OUTPUT-HIGH IMPACT category by the National Information System for Science and Technology (NISSAT) of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR). The National Accreditation and Assessment Council (NAAC) has accorded the university the top rating of Five Stars. The university is a member of the Association of Indian Universities, (AIU), the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU), and International Council for Distance Education (ICDE).

Objectives:
The objectives 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.

2. DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAMMES


To increase access to higher education for all sections of society the University introduced specialized Post Graduate Diploma Programmes which are offered by its Centre for Distance Education (CDE). The Centre for Distance Education is located in the L-shaped building opposite Lake View Guest House, near the University Post Office. These Diploma programmes are offered through distance mode. i.e., correspondence-cum-contact programmes of ONE YEAR duration consisting of two terms. The medium of instruction is English except for some programmes like PGDTSH, PGDMTU and PGDMC & TTT, where Hindi, Urdu and Telugu are the medium of instruction respectively. (See the list below.) 2.1 List of Distance Education Diploma Programmes List of courses being offered for the year 2008: No. Year of Qualification for Admission Introduction 1. Project Management (PGDPM) 1994 Any graduate 2. Environmental Education & Management 1994 Any graduate with Biological (PGDEM) Science and Physical Science at the SSC level. 3. Human Rights(PGDHR) 1997 Any graduate 4. Translation Studies in Hindi (PGDTSH) 1998 Any graduate 5. Television Production(PGDTVP) 1998 Any graduate 6. Library Automation & Networking 1999 Graduate in Library Science (PGDLAN)* 7. Telecommunications(PGDTC)** 1999 B.Sc. in Maths & Physics or Electronics 8. Chemical Analysis and Quality 2000 Graduates in Chemistry Management (PDCAQM)*** 9. Business Ethics (PGDBE) 2000 Any graduate 10. Cyber Laws and Intellectual Property 2004 Any graduate Rights (PGDCL &IPR) 11. Communicative English(PGDCE) 2004 Any graduate 12. Mass Communication & Translation 2004 Any graduate Techniques in Urdu (PGDMTU) 13. Business Management(PGDBM) 2006 Any graduate 14. Energy Management (PGDENM) 2006 Any graduate 15. Medicinal Botany (PGDMB) 2006 Any graduate 16. Computer Applications in Indian 2006 Any graduate Languages(PGDCAIL) 17. Embedded Systems (PGDES) 2006 Graduate in Electronics Name of the Course

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Environmental Economics(PGDEE)

2007

Any graduate with Economics as one of the subjects at SSC level. Any graduate Any graduate Intermediate or 10 + 2 Anyone who can speak English

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Mass Communication & Translation Techniques in Telugu (PGDMCTTT) Consumer Education(PGDCED) Short Term Course in Makeup (STCM) Certificate in Stress Management (CSM)

2007 2007 2007 2007

* Preference will be given to those having a Masters Degree in Library Science. ** Physics or Electronics preferred. *** Postgraduates in Physics, Graduates with Chemistry as one of the subjects and those working in Chemical Industries or Analytical Labs, **** Graduates with Electronics as one of the subjects. The Certificate programme in Makeup is of 21 days duration and the Certificate in Stress Management is a weekend programme (spread over 5 Sundays). 2.2 Eligibility Criteria Admissions to the Distance Education diploma programmes are open to all those who fulfill prescribed qualifications, without any distinction of race, caste, creed, language, age or sex. Admissions are made strictly on the basis of merit. There is NO ENTRANCE EXAMINATION. The marks obtained by the applicants in their graduate examination (i.e., B.A /B.Sc/B.Com./ B.Lib.Sc. B.E.B.Tech,M,A,M.Sc,M.Com,MBA etc.) is the basis on which the merit list for admission is prepared for all courses. Therefore only students who have completed their courses/degree or at least have taken their final examinations (and are awaiting results) are eligible to apply for admission into these diploma programmes. However, additional academic qualifications and professional experience are taken into consideration for all admissions. (For courses to be offered in 2008, only students who graduated on or before 31-12-07 or have taken the final examination in September/October 2007 and waiting for results are eligible to apply). . The target groups for these programmes are either in-service personnel looking to improve their skills and knowledge or fresh graduates wishing to improve their employability. Students pursuing other full time or part-time courses in this University or other Universities / Institutions may also seek admission to these programmes provided they fulfill the eligibility criteria. The university reserves the right to decide the exact number of students to be admitted in each programme, depending on the demand for the course and its course delivery capacity. The university may not normally admit more than 250 or less than 20 students in any Programme. However the university may consider in certain programmes to offer even without the minimum number of students subject to prior approval from the Vc/Pvc. Post Graduate certificates may be awarded to those who wish to terminate their programme after successful completion of one term.

The eligibility of students passing their qualifying examinations from universities following the letter-grading system/Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) will be determined on the basis of percentage equivalent to the letter grade/CGPA obtained by the students as per the conversion formula adopted by the university concerned. In the absence of any such formula, the decision of this University will be final in determining the percentage equivalence.

3. SELECTION PROCEDURE
The selection for admission to a programme is made on the basis of merit, academic record, professional experience, and service rendered in the areas that are directly related to the subjects. 3.1 Intimation of Selection The candidates selected for admission will be intimated by post individually under certificate of posting. The list of selected candidates will also be displayed on the notice board at the Centre for Distance Education and on the university website www.uohyd.ernet.in 3.2 Reservations for SC & ST Students In accordance with the policy of the Government of India and the guidelines of the University Grants Commission, 15% and 7.5% of admissions for each course will be reserved for students belonging to the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes respectively, with a provision for inter-changeability between these categories, wherever necessary. Students applying for such programmes should submit, along with their application, a copy of their caste/tribe certificate from a Revenue Officer not below the rank of Tahasildar/Mandal Revenue Officer. 3.3 Reservations for Physically Challenged (PC) Students 3% of admissions for each course are reserved for physically challenged students with the minimum degree of disability to the extent of forty percent, provided that their physical disability does not hamper pursuit of the course. Each physically handicapped student shall be required to submit a certificate from a Civil Surgeon indicating the extent of visual/physical disability and also the extent to which the disability hampers the student in pursuing his/her studies. The students may have to undergo a fresh medical examination, if decided by the university, before being admitted. 3.4 Admission of Foreign/NRI Students Foreign students will be admitted over and above the approved intake in each programme up to a maximum of 5% of the sanctioned number for each course. Foreign students residing in India or abroad may also apply for admission in the prescribed form preferably by the stipulated date, but not later than 28th February 2008. Those who have passed the qualifying examination from universities outside India should enclose with their application copies of the relevant certificates, and mark sheets together with the English version of such copies, duly attested if they are in a different language. For admission to a diploma programme, the foreign student concerned must have at least 9

passed the qualifying examinations. Proficiency in English is a pre-condition for admission. They have to pay programme fee at a different rate as shown under in 5.4 (5.5 Programme fee for foreign Students)

4. GENERAL INFORMATION
4.1 Admission Students found suitable for admission to a programme will be informed about the Programme Fee which has to be paid within the prescribed date. Only those who pay the fees within the stipulated date are treated as admitted. Mere receipt of admission offer letter does not entitle any right to claim admission. Students who do not furnish full information and proof, by attaching ATTESTED (by a gazetted officer or a person holding equivalent rank) XEROX COPIES of certificates, marks sheets and service certificates (clearly showing the number of years of service and the field of work) about their academic/ professional record are liable to be rejected. Irrespective of the claims made by an applicant on the proforma, marks weightage would be given ONLY on the basis of certificates and transcripts that are ATTESTED. Any document sent separately, after submission of the application, will

not be considered.

Verification of all the original certificates/ marks certificates /experience certificates will be done at the time of I TERM contact classes on the campus. The students are, therefore, required to bring their original certificates when they attend contact classes. Students will be permitted to appear for the term-end examination only after this verification. Until then their admission will be provisional. 4.2 Submission of Application Forms Applications completed in all respects accompanied by copies of relevant certificates can be sent to the following address on or before the last date prescribed on the admission application form. The Director, Centre for Distance Education, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad 500046. 4.3 List of Enclosures The following is the List of Enclosures to be submitted along with the Admission Application for registration: Community Certificate issued by the competent authority not below the rank of MRO/Gasholder/ RDO (wherever applicable) Secondary School Certificate (SSC) or Matriculation (date of birth proof). Intermediate/Higher Secondary Education, 10+2 Bachelors Degree, Provisional Certificate, Marks Memos Postgraduate Degree, Provisional Certificate, Marks Memo Income Certificate issued by the competent authority not below the rank of MRO/ Tahsildar/RDO (wherever applicable) Service Certificate/Experience Certificate No TC and Migration Certificate required. 10

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4.4 Enrolment Number On payment of programme fee, students will be informed of their enrolment number which will also be displayed on their Identity Cards. This enrolment number will continue for a maximum period of three years, or until the course is completed, whichever is earlier. The same number will be used as the examination roll number of the student. The Enrollment number changes if readmission is given for the same programme. 4.5 Identity Card On receipt of the programme fee, Identity Cards indicating the students name, enrolment number, date of birth, and date of admission will be issued 05E Seminar Hall, U 4.6 Programme Schedule The Centre for Distance Education has adopted the general semester system followed by the university, except that these programmes follow the calendar year pattern (Jan-Dec). The programmes are spread over two terms in a year. Those who are not in a position to complete all the courses in the two terms at a stretch can defer a term or a part thereof (i.e. certain courses), provided they complete the programme within a total period of three years, including the year in which the students are enrolled. 4.7 Contact Classes and Practical Work All students admitted to the distance education programmes are required to attend contact classes at the university campus, with at least 75% attendance in the contact classes and practical sessions in those programme where lab sessions are compulsory. They must participate, to the satisfaction of the Coordinator of a programme or tutors of the courses and the Director, CDE, in study-seminars, sessions and counseling sessions as may be prescribed. This carries a weightage of 20% of the total marks. 4.8 Exemption from Contact Classes Since most of the programmes offered are highly practically oriented and can be completed in 3 years, requests for exemptions from attending contact programs/ practical work will not be entertained. 4.9 Accommodation The CDE is not obliged to provide accommodation for participants.during contact classes/Examinations. However accommodation will be made on the basis of availability in guest house /participants hostel/university Hostels on campus.

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5. PAYMENT OF FEES AND FEE STRUCTURE Students admitted to the Postgraduate Diploma programmes have to pay the fees for the programme admitted to in two equal installments or as a single amount by the prescribed date mentioned in the admission offer letter. 5.1 Mode of Payment All payments should be made through demand draft obtained from State Bank of India or any nationalized bank drawn in favour of The Finance Officer, University of Hyderabad payable at Hyderabad. Cheques, P.O.s, cash, credit /debit cards, money order and money transfer will not be accepted. The following information should be given on the reverse side of the Demand Drafts/pay order: Name of the student: P.G.Diploma in___________________/certificate in_________ I/II Term Fee: Application No.: or short term Programme

5.2 Delayed Payment If a student fails to pay the 2nd installment fee by the due date with or without late payment, mailing of second term course material will be withheld. However, in exceptional cases, the university may permit students to continue their studies by paying the second term fee for the next session and attending contact sessions subject to payment of the following penalties. By which they can complete course requirements up to three years from the date of admission /Registration / Enrolment, which stands us base year. Deferment on Course fee: a) First Deferment: 600/b) Second Deferment: 1000/Deferment of Contact Classes: a) First Deferment: Rs. 250/b) Second Deferment: Rs. 500/NOTE: 1. Fees once paid will not be returned by the university under any circumstances. All disputes are subject to the greater Hyderabad Jurisdiction. 2. All DDs should be drawn in favour of the Finance Officer, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad. ES

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5.3 Reimbursement of Tuition Fee for SC/ST Students Students belonging to SC/ST categories are required to pay their programme fee first and then submit their scholarship forms, duly filled in all respects, to the Dealing Assistant at CDE, during the first term contact classes on campus. The scholarship application form will be processed by the Department of Social Welfare, Government of Andhra Pradesh. Eligible students will be considered for reimbursement by the Government of Andhra Pradesh. provided (a) they are unemployed, (b) their annual parental income does not exceed Rs.38,220 for non-professional courses and Rs. 50,920 for professional courses, and (c) they produce valid certificates from the competent authority to support their status . Incomplete applications are liable to be rejected. Students applying for reimbursement will also have to submit their original SSC or Matric and Graduation Certificates, Marks Memos, Transfer Certificate, Education Gap Certificate (if any), Income Certificate, Caste Certificate, and Nativity Certificate within a month of their admission and registration, failing which their cases will not be considered for award of scholarship. After the verification of the original certificates by the Social/Tribal Welfare officer of the Government of Andhra Pradesh, the certificates will be returned to the students. Original certificates should be submitted only after admission but not at the time of applying for a programme. Students from the above category belonging to other states Union Territories admitted to programmes of the university are also required to pay their programme fee first and claim reimbursement from the Social/Tribal Welfare Departments of their respective states & Union Territories (UT) on their own. 5.4 Programme Fees The following list shows the fee particulars for each programme 1st 2nd Total No. Programme installment Installment 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. PGDPM PGDEM PGDHR PGDTSH PGDTVP PGDLAN PGDTC PGDCAQM PGDBE PGDCL&IPR PGDCE PGDMTU PGDBM PGDMB PGDENM PGDCAIL PGDES 6,000/3,000/1,500/2,000/6,000/3,500/5,000/3,000/1,500/6,000/2,500/1,500/5,000/3,000/4,000/1,500/9000/6,250/3,250/1,750/2,250/6,250/3,750/5,250/3,250/1,250/6,250/2,750/1,750/5,250/3,250/4,250/1,750/9250/12,250/6,250/3,250/-** 4,250/12,250/7,250/10,250/6,250/2,750/12,250/5,250/3,250/10,250/6,250/8,250/3,250/18,250/13

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PGDEE PGDMC&TTT PGDCED CPSM# SCMAKEUP

4000/2000/1500/-

4250/2250/1750/Rs250/-**** Rs. 7500/- Rs250/-*** in one installment

8250/4250/3250/-

* Rs. 250/- Fee towards final diploma ** Includes Annual subscription of Rs.200/- for HR Journal (Jointly published by Department of Political Science (UPE) and Center for Distance Education) # Rs.500/-for students of the university, Rs.1000/- for faculty and staff of the university and their dependants (UH), Rs.3000/- for external students outside UH community. *** Fee for final Diploma /Certificate ****Towards final Certificate. Note: All DDs/Pay orders should be drawn in favour of the Finance Officer, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad from State Bank of India or from any nationalized bank payable at Hyderabad.

5.5 Fee for Foreign Students S. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Programme PGDPM PGDEM PGDHR PGDTSH PGDLAN PGDTVP PGDTC PGDCAQM 1st Installment US $ 550 US $ 300 US $ 210 US $ 250 US $ 350 US $ 550 US $ 400 US $ 300 2nd Installment US $ 550 US $ 300 US $ 150 US $ 250 US $ 350 US $ 550 US $ 400 US $ 300 Total US 1100 US 600 US 360 US 500 US 700 US 1100 US 800 US 600 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 14

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PGDBE PGDCL&PR PGDCE PGDTMU PGDBM PGDMB PGDENM PGDCAIL PGDES PGDEE PGDMC&TTT PGDCED CPSM SCMAKEUP

US $ 200 US $ 550 US $ 350 US $ 200 US $ 450 US $ 300 US $ 300 US $ 200 US $ 850 US $ 400 US $ 200 US $ 200 Not applicable Not applicable

US $ 150 US $ 550 US $ 350 US $ 200 US $ 450 US $ 300 US $ 300 US $ 200 US $ 850 US $ 400 US $ 200 US $ 200 Not applicable Not applicable

US 350 US 1100 US 700 US 400 US 900 US 600 US 600 US 400 US 1700 US 800 US 400 US 400

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

Not applicable Not applicable

Note: All DDs Should be drawn in favour of the Finance Officer, University of Hyderabad, payable at Hyderabad.( Cash, Cheques, Money Transfer, Money order, Postal orders, and credit/debit cards will not be accepted).

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6. IMPORTANT DATES
Last date for payment of I Term fee Last date for submission of assignments for I term Contact Programme & I Term Exams: Last date for Payment of Programme Fee for II term Last date for submission of Assignments for II term: Contact Programme & II term Exams (Exact date will be intimated) End of May 08 June-July08 31.08.2008 End of September08 Oct.-Dec.08

(Exact dates to be intimated later) Term End examinations will be held after Contact Classes are completed.

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7. EVALUATION
The evaluation system of these diploma programmes is designed to test systematically the students progress in the courses offered, through internal assessments as well as term-end examinations. 7.1 Internal Assessments (Assignments) Internal Assessment will be done through evaluation of assignment which will be sent alongwith the initials dispatch of course material. The Completed Assignments have to be sent back to the Director, Centre for Distance Education, by the stipulated date. They will be evaluated for 20% of the total marks. 7.2 Term-end Examinations Performance will also be assessed through a term-end examination at the end of each term, which will be evaluated out of 60%. Student should score at least 15 marks out of 60. Only those students who satisfactorily complete the contact sessions (or submit their Term Paper/ Lab Test in case of Foreign/NRI students who are exempted from the contact classes) and submit assignments before the stipulated date are eligible to take the Term-end examinations. 7.3 Examinations for Foreign students/NRIs Efforts will be made to conduct term-end exams for NRI/foreign students with the help of the Indian Embassies/Indian High Commission situated there. In case it is not feasible to conduct exams in the country of their residence, they should be prepared to come and appear for examinations at the University of Hyderabad, Gachibowli, Hyderabad. 7.4 Contact Sessions for Foreign Nationals/ NRIs All students including foreign nationals and NRIs staying abroad are exempted from contact sessions but they should submit a term paper on a specified topic at least 15 days before the commencement of the examinations. The term paper will be intimated to the students, if he/she applies for exemption well in advance. The term paper/lab test carries a weightage of 20%.

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8. RESULTS
The final results for each programme are determined on the basis of (a) Attendance in contact classes and practicals, (b) internal assessment, and (Assignments) (c) performance in the end-term examination, in the ratio 20:20:60. The final result in each course will thus be calculated on the basis of continuous assessment, in the following manner. No. Test types Relative Weight 1. Contact classes 20% Counselling /Practicals or TermPaper/Lab Test 2. Internal 20% Assessment (Assignments) 3 Term-end 60% Examination A student is declared passed in a course only if he/she secures a minimum of 40% marks, (internal assessment, contact classes, and term-end examinations put together) provided that he/she secures a minimum of 25% marks at the term-end examinations. Students with less than 40% marks in any course taken by him/her, may appear for re-examination in the course concerned in the next term-end examination. Candidates failing in any course/paper have to pay Rs 50/- per course/paper to appear in the subsequent examinations. 8.1 Grading Successful students will be awarded divisions on the basis of the average marks obtained by them as follows: First Division with Distinction: 75% & above First Division : 60 % & above but below75% Second Division: 50% & above but below 60 % Third Division : 40% & above but below 50% 8.2 Improvement Students may improve their performance in any course on payment of Rs. 100/- for each course. This facility will be given only once in a course and should be requested within four weeks of the announcement of results. There is no provision for improvement of marks for assignments, contact classes, practical sessions (wherever compulsory) or for Project Work/Project Reports. There are no supplementary examinations for any programme. 8.3 Re-counting Re-counting of term-end exam answer scripts will involve recounting of marks, re-totaling and a special scrutiny to see if any portion of a question or a whole question was inadvertently left unmarked. Requests for re-counting should be made within 21 days from the date of publication/announcement of results, and should be accompanied by a draft for Rs.200/- per course towards Re-counting Fee. The results of re-counting will normally be communicated to the students before the next examinations 18

are held. If any variation is found as a result of re-counting, the university will accept the higher of the two, and a revised provisional marks memo will be issued to the students free of charge. There is no provision for re-evaluation of assignment marks and answer scripts. 8.4 Re-examination: Students who fail to complete the course requirements of a given term can defer any course or all courses to the next year. They could also defer the complete programme to the next academic year. Any assignments done and internal assessment marks earned will be carried forward to the next term/year. Students who fail in a course in a term, may pursue the 2nd term by paying the remaining part of the programme fee. They can appear for re-examination in the failed courses at the subsequent terminal examinations. To facilitate this, examinations for both 1st and 2nd terms are conducted at the end of each term. All students are expected to complete their course requirements within a period of six academic terms. Those who do not complete the programme in all respects can re-enroll themselves for the programme by paying half the-Programme Fee. In such cases study material will not be issued again. 8.5 Memorandum of Marks Provisional marks memo would be issued to students on completion of the first term. But Provisional Certificate-cum-memorandum of marks would be issued only after a student completes all course requirements. In normal cases, they would be sent these documents at the end of the academic year. 8.6 Final Diploma Certificates Certificates will be issued after satisfactory completion of programme requirements on payment of Rs. 250/- through a Demand Draft drawn in favour of the Finance Officer, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad 500 046, payable at Hyderabad on State Bank of India or from any nationalized bank, along with the II term installment fees. 8.7 Duplicate Diploma/Certificate All certificates and diplomas, including marks memo, or even identity cards will be issued only once. If lost, the students can request the Director (CDE) for a duplicate on payment of Rs.200/- through a DD drawn in favour of the Finance Officer, University of Hyderabad, at Hyderabad from State Bank of India or from any nationalized bank in Hyderabad. However, duplicate of the Final Diploma Certificate will be issued only after producing necessary police enquiry Certificate and payment of Rs. 600/- . Note: All DDs / Pay Orders must be drawn in favour of Finance Officer, University of Hyderabad, payable at Hyderabad, from State Bank of India or any nationalized bank. 8.8Tranfer of Credits/Marks A candidate who has successfully completed a PG Diploma programme from the CDE, and who wishes to join another diploma programme of the CDE, with common papers or courses, will be exempted from the contact classes and examinations for those course/papers which are common. The marks and credits for the papers which are common will be transferred. However, she/he should pay all tuition fees prescribed by the university from time to time for the programme. 19

9. INFORMATION ON THE DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES


9.1 Postgraduate Diploma in Project Management (PGDPM) The programme is aimed at imparting knowledge and skills in Project Planning and Management. The programme offers courses that span the macroeconomic environment of projects, principles of management and functional areas of management among others. The course is designed to provide the most refined skills in understanding economic aspects of planning coupled with managerial aspects. It addresses the professional needs of managers, executives and industrialists engaged in planning, management and execution of projects of varied nature by providing them the necessary theoretical orientation, discussion and analysis of practical problems in project appraisal/feasibility, as well as management of finance, marketing and human resources. Course structure: Term I DPM 411: Managerial Economics & Planning DPM 412: Principles of Management DPM 413: Accounting & Financial Management DPM 414: Principles of Marketing Management Term II DPM 421: Human Resources Management DPM 422: Project Appraisal & Management DPM 423: Project Finance & Implementations DPM 424: Project Work Coordinator: Dr.Mary Jessica,Ph.D (Osmania),School of Management Studies,UH. e-mail: jessysms@uohyd.ernet.in Telephone: (040) 23135005 Programme Advisory Committee: Prof. Arun Agarwal, Head, DCIS, U.H, Dr.P.R.K. Murty, DCIS, U H., Dr. Durga Bhavani, DCIS, U.H., Mr.Murthy K. Uppaluri, President-CEO-GE Infrastructure of India, Technology Centre, Hyderabad. Mr. Feroze Mohammad, Vice-President, Sierra Atlantic, Software Services, Hyderabad.

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9.2 Postgraduate Diploma in Environmental Education and Management (PGDEM) The Postgraduate Diploma in Environmental Education and Management was initiated in 1994. The programme explains basic concepts of the ecosystem and environment and its management issues. Course Structure: Term I DEM 411: Concepts of Eco-system & Environment DEM 412: Natural Resources Management DEM 413: Chemical & Microbial technology for Environmental monitoring: DEM 414: Environmental and Energy Management In the second term aspects of pollution in the three components of the ecosystem, i.e. atmosphere, hydrosphere and lithosphere, are explained. DEM 421: DEM 422: DEM 423: DEM 424: Atmospheric Pollution Aquatic Pollution Environmental Toxicology & Human Health Environmental bio-geo-technology Term II

In addition to theory during contact programme some laboratory experiments are demonstrated; exposure to good laboratory practices is also provided. Coordinator: Prof. M.N.V. Prasad, Ph.D. (Lucknow), School of Life Sciences, UH Email : mnvsl@uohyd.ernet.in, Telephone : (040)23101605 Associate Coordinator: Dr. K. Anand Kumar, Ph.D. (Andhra), School of Life Sciences, UH Email : akksl@uohyd.ernet.in, Telephone : (040) 2313 4571 Programme Advisory Committee: Prof. P.N. Rao, Nagarjuna University, Dr.K. Chandrasekhar, IICT, Hyderabad., Prof. M. Ramanadham, Dept. of Biochemistry, UH.

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9.3 Postgraduate Diploma in Human Rights (PGDHR) The programme has been conceived and designed by the Department of Political Science, School of Social Sciences. The Human Rights Programme was supported by the UGC under University with Potential for Excellence Programme. The Department of Political Science has been offering programmes of study leading to M.A., M. Phil & Ph. D. degrees since 1979. The department offers a well balanced course of study at all levels incorporating international relations, human rights, rural development, state and civil society, comparative and area studies, Indian Government and politics, political theory, public administration, public policy, so on. The department has been recognized for Special Assistance Programme supported by University Grants Commission in Human Rights. There is also special assistance for Globalisation: State, Civil Society and Governance Interface. The Department has been devoting special attention to human rights concerns. It is supported by a good collection of books on human rights. It also runs a bi-annual Indian Journal of Human Rights for the benefit of students of PGDHR, jointly funded by Department of Political Science and Centre for Distance Education. Course Structure: Term I DHR 411: Human Rights: Philosophical Foundations DHR 412: Human Rights: Historical Perspective DHR 413: Human Rights in India: The Constitutional & Legal Framework Term II DHR 421: Status of Human Rights: The Global Experience DHR 422: Human Rights in India: The Socio-economic Context & the Challenges DHR 423: Project Report Coordinator: Prof. G. Sudarshanam, Ph.D (Kakatiya), School of Social Sciences, UH. Email : gsss @uohyd.ernet.in Telephone: 040-23133215 Programme Advisory Committee: Prof. V.S.Prasad, Director, NAAC, Banglore. Prof. G.Hara Gopal,founder coordinator PGDHR,UOH,Hyderabad. Sri S.R. Sankaran, Former Secretary, Rural Development, Govt. of India., Prof.Manoranjan Mohanty,Dept.of Political Science,University of Delhi., Prof.Prakash Chandra Sanangi, Prof.of Political Science ,School of Social Science,UH.

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9.4 Postgraduate Diploma in Translation Studies in Hindi (PGDTSH) The programme has been designed keeping in view the need for Hindi translators, Hindi Officers and other personnel required in the Hindi Cells of the Government Departments, Public Sector Undertakings and other organizations that receive substantial grants from the government and need to maintain Hindi Cells. Employment can also be found in AIR, TV and other private channels where there is constant need for translation. The students should have Hindi as a subject at graduation level or equivalent proficiency. Course Structure: Term I DTSH 411: DTSH 412: DTSH 413: Term-II DTSH 421: DTSH 422: DTSH 423: Theory and Practical Problems in Translation Tools in Translation; Computer and Languages Literary Translation Functional Approach to Translation Activity Translation Interpretation and Evaluation Scientific & Technical Translation

Coordinator: Professor Shashi Mudiraj,Ph.D.(Osmania)D.Litt.(lucknow), School of Humanities, UH. Telephone: (040) 23133454,23133450 Associate Coordinator: Dr. Sachidananda Chaturvedi, Ph.D.,(Hindi)(Manipur)Ph.D(Sanskrit) School of Humanities, UH. Email: sachidananda0569@yahoo.co.in Telephone: 040-23133459 Programme Advisory Committee:Prof.G.Uma Maheswa Rao , CALTS,UH,Prof.Alladi Uma.Dept of English ,UH,Prof.Rishabhdeo Sharma DBHPS,Hyderabad.Prof,Yeshwant Jadhao. Dr.B.R.Ambedkar,Open University , Hyderabad

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9.5 Postgraduate Diploma in Library Automation and Networking (PGDLAN) The Postgraduate Diploma in Library Automation was introduced in January 1998 by the Indira Gandhi Memorial Library, University of Hyderabad. The focus of the program is to enable Library Science graduates and working Librarians to understand planning, organizing, maintaining and implementing library automation in their libraries. It provides basic concepts of library automation and the necessary skills in the form of hands-ontraining on the related hardware and software during the contact classes at the end of each semester. Various operations of library automation and networking are explained through live demonstrations. The programme emphasizes practical, hands-on training for which a fully equipped e-learning laboratory with 30 computer systems is available within the library. The library is fully computerized with a digital library with the necessary I.T infrastructure to teach and conduct practical classes in various techniques in library automation and networking. The lectures are delivered by highly qualified senior Library Science teachers and professionals from various institutions. At the end of the course, participants are required to prepare a project report, which is evaluated along with the marks obtained in the term examination. The course is expected to improve employability and enhance competency of working library professionals. Course Structure: Term I DLAN 411 - Introduction to Information Technology DLAN 412 - Information Systems DLAN 413 - Bibliographic Database Management Systems Term II DLAN 421 - Library Automation DLAN 422 - Library Networks DLAN 423 - Dissertation /Project Work Coordinator: Dr. M. Koteswara Rao, Ph.D (University of Madras) Librarian, IGM Library, UH Phone: (040)23132600 Email: mkrlib@uohyd.ernet.in Associate Coordinator: Mr.N. Varatharajan, Deputy. Librarian. IGM Library, UH Phone: (040)23132620 Email: nvrlib@uohyd.ernet.in Programme Advisory Committee: Prof. C.R Karisiddappa, Chairman, Dept. of Library Science, Karnatak University, Dharwad; Dr. A.R.D Prasad, Associate professor, DRTC, Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore; Prof. Arun Agarwal, Dept. of Computer Science, UH, Hyderabad. 24

9.6 Postgraduate Diploma in Television Production (PGDTVP)


This programme has been conceived and designed by the Communication discipline of Sarojini Naidu School of Performing Arts, Fine Arts and Communication, which offers a two-year MA programme in Communication. It also offers hands-on training in Television production. The programme is ideal for those seeking employment in the ever-growing television sector. It aims at providing skills in actual TV production and management. It is designed to provide adequate time for students to handle audio & video equipment and to make productions. It envisages that at the end of the programme, students will be able to conceptualize, shoot and edit a film. The programme also provides inputs on managerial skills required to produce a programme and run a TV channel. Students will be provided both theoretical and practical inputs during the contact classes the dates of which will be intimated by mail. Practical classes for Single and Multi-camera productions are conducted rigorously in which students will be required to work in teams and complete their productions. Students will be organized into teams and it will be the responsibility of the teams to execute course related work. Students will be required to adhere to working norms and prescribed procedures of the television studio. Students who want a copy of their work should provide a blank CD/DVD at their own expense. Faculty members from the Communication discipline of SN School, in addition to guest faculty members from the industry, will be associated with the programme. Course Structure: Term-I DTVP 411: Introduction to Television DTVP 412: Single Camera Production DTVP 413: Script Writing for Television Term-II DTVP 421: Multi-Camera Production DTVP 422: TV & Broadcast Technology DTVP 423: Television Management Coordinator: Dr.Vasuki Belavadi, Telephone: 040-23135505 Email:vbsn@uohyd.ernet.in Associate Coordinator: Mr. E. Sathyaprakash, Telephone: 040-23135504, mail:espsn@uohyd.emet.in Programme Advisory Committee: Prof. BP Sanjay, PVC,UOH, Mr. PK Manvi, Chief Producer, Eenadu Television Network, Hyderabad, Mr. KV Nagesh, Freelance filmmaker, Hyderabad, Prof. Vinod Pavarala, Dean, S.N .School, UH, Dr. P. Thirumal, S.N.School,UH.

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9.7 Postgraduate Diploma in Telecommunications (PGDTC) The Programme is designed to cater to the need for a large number of qualified persons in the Telecommunications sector both in government and private sectors. The programme focuses on practical aspects aims at improving employability of students in the growing telecom and other related industries. Course Structure: Term-I DTC 411: Principles of Communications DTC 412: Digital Circuits in Telecommunications DTC 413: Digital Signal Processing and its Applications to Telecommunications Term-II DTC 421: Microwave, Satellite and Mobile Communications DTC 422: Switching Technologies, Networking &Traffic Management DTC 423: Optical Fibre Communications Note: In addition to the above, students have to undergo laboratory training through a one-week practical contact programme in each term. The University has enter into an MOU with BSNL (RTTC) for academic Coordination in this Programme. Coordinator: Prof. G.Raja Ram(TIFR,Bombay) School of Physics, UH Telephone: (040) 23134319 Email: grrsp@uohyd.ernet.in Associate Coordinator: Dr.S.L.Sabat School of Physics, UH Telephone: (040) 23134326 Email :slssp@uohyd.ernet.in ProgrammeAdvisoryCommittee:Prof.K.V.Reddy,VagdeviInstituteof Engg.Technology,Jammalamadugu,Kadapa,Sri.T.Ramesh,DGM,BSNL,RTTC,Hyderaba d.Sri.G.Raghavendra Rao,DGM BSNL,Hyd,Prof.D.Narayana Rao,School of Physics,UH

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9.8 Post GraduateDiploma in Chemical Analysis & Quality Management: (PGDCAQM) The PGDCAQM programme is being offered by the faculty of School of Chemistry. It was introduced in January 2000 to provide theoretical and practical background to students in Chemical Analysis, Quality Control and Management. This programme is designed to serve the great demand for trained personnel in Chemical Analysis and Quality Control aspects of Industrial Units, Analytical Labs, Research Labs, etc. The programme has 5 courses dealing with theoretical aspects and one Lab course which consists of a workshop for familiarizing students with instruments and data analysis. Course Structure: Term I CAQM 411: Basics of Analytical Science and Electronics CAQM 412: Instrumental Methods - I CAQM 413: Instrumental Methods II Term II CAQM 421: Instrumental Methods - III CAQM 422: Quality Control & Quality Management CAQM 423: Laboratory Practice/Workshop Workshop: Demonstration of various instruments and Computer based packages. Analysis of UV-vis, IR, NMR, Mass spectra; X-ray powder patterns and Chromatograms. Coordinator: Dr. Samar Kumar Das, Ph.D (IIT, Kanpur) Telephone: (040) 23134756 Email: skdc@uohyd.ernet.in Associate Coordinator: Dr. Tushar Jana, Ph.D. (Jadavpur) Telephone: (040) 23134853 Email: tjsc@uohyd.ernet.in Programme Advisory Committee: Prof. R. Jagannathan, Ph.D. (Pune), Consultant, PGDCAQM, Dr. R. Marayya, Kripa Systems Academy, Hyderabad, Dr.M.Vairamani, IICT, Hyderabad, Prof.M.Periasamy, Dean, School of Chemistry, UH, Prof. T.P.Radhakrishnan, School of Chemistry, UH.

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9.9 Post-graduate Diploma in Business Ethics (PGDBE) Business ethics is a recent discipline in the curriculum of management studies; however its importance and impact is widely recognized. The need for an ethical compulsion in business is closely related to our understanding of the nature of business organizations and the role they play in society. In the earlier orthodox view, profit motive was considered be central to business, however, today it is realized that ethics also matter because it is vitally important for enhancing the profit earnings of the company. Reliability, product quality and reasonable price are the three concepts that make up this business ethics. They help in keeping the companys image which certainly promotes its business. This is the background that led to the introduction of Postgraduate Diploma course on Business Ethics. It caters to the needs and aspirations of fresh M.B.A. graduates, young business executives working in various companies and NGOs of different organizations. The objective of the course is to make executives and students aware that efficiency without ethics cannot lead to good business. The slogan that the course proposes is that efficiency with ethics should be the main motive of business. Accordingly a course structure has been framed incorporating both micro and macro issues of business ethics with a special emphasis on the social responsibility of the corporate sector. Course Structure: Term I DBE 411 Foundations of Business Ethics DBE 412 Redefining Business from Ethical Perspective DBE 413 Corporate Social Responsibility Term II DBE 421 Corporate Ethics DBE 422 Contextualizing Corporate Ethics DBE 423 Project work Coordinator: Prof. Amitabha Das Gupta, Ph.D. (IIT, Kanpur) Telephone: (040) 23133504 Email: adgsh@uohyd.ernet.in Associate Coordinator: Dr.K.S. Prasad, Ph.D. (SVU) Telephone: (040) 23133508 Email : ksphsh@uohyd.ernet.in Programme Advisory Committee: Prof. Kinnera Murthy, Chairperson, Strategic Management, ASCI, Hyderabad. Dr. Shehbaz Ahmed, Principal, Amjad Ali Khan College of Business Management, Hyderabad., Dr. Mohd. Massod Ahamed, Prinicipal, Deccan School of Business Management, Hyderabad.

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9.10 Postgraduate Diploma in Cyber Laws and Intellectual Property Rights (PGDCL & IPR) The Internet is bringing about a world of change in the field of business and commerce in India: e-commerce, Internet Banking, e-governance, etc. For these technological developments to be effective, a congenial legal environment is mandatory. The Government of India has on the anvil a number of bills to provide a legal environment in which e-commerce/ e-banking transactions can take place; so that there would be legal remedies readily available to settle disputes. This inter-disciplinary course is designed to address the needs of the Legal Community as also of Scientists, Technologists, Software Personnel explaining to them the Technical and Legal issues of Cyber Laws and Intellectual Property Rights. It is a bridge-course wherein Legal Personnel are taught the intricacies of computers and security management while software personnel are taught the essential legal subjects of relevance to their profession. The course also focuses on Intellectual Property Rights because of their relevance to both the Scientific and Legal Community. Computer lab classes will be conducted before and after the contact classes, for an extended period based on adequate response from the participants. These classes will be conducted in the recently developed Cyber Security and IPR Lab of the university. In addition to the usual lab classes in MS-Office, C-Language, there will be Lab sessions in Legal Databases, hacking and its prevention, Encryption and Decryption of Digital Signatures based on RSA-algorithm and accessing the Patent Database etc. Hands-on Lab experience is an integral and important part of the course structure. Also, participants are given free access to the internet and encouraged to visit relevant Legal sites for Case Law and project work. The course would be an important additional qualification for legal personnel specializing in cyber laws and IPR Laws. Also, software personnel would find opportunities for employment as Patent Agents and with Patent-cells of the software organizations. Some of our participants found employment with reputed firms of Solicitors and some others are pursuing L.L.M. in different Universities in U.K. Course Structure: TERM I Note: Courses DCL 412 & 415 are compulsory. Two Optional Courses from the remaining four are to be taken to complement the knowledge of the participant. DCLIPR 411: Introduction to Computers & Personal Productivity Software DCLIPR 412: Computer Network, Internet Tools and Security Management DCLIPR 413: Legal Organizational Structure / International Organizations DCLIPR 414: Introduction to Business Laws Contract Law/ Corporation Law and Laws of Crimes & Torts DCLIPR 415: Introductions to IPR with WIPO (TRIPS) DCLIPR 416: Introduction to E-commerce / E-Banking/ E-Governance-Technical & Legal Issues 29

TERM II Note: Course 423 is meant for software professionals with knowledge of Mathematics and Algorithms. Course 426 Project is compulsory. Any three electives out of the other five courses should be taken as per career and professional interests of the participants. DCLIPR 421: Cyber Crime & Cyber Forensics:Advanced Topics with relevant Provisionsof IT Act 2000. DCLIPR 422: Parts I: Electronic Records / Digital Signatures & Certificates /Certifying Authorities of IT Act 2000 Part II: Digital Signatures Specialized Topics DCLIPR 423: Cryptology &Public Key Infrastructure/ IPR Issues in Integrated Circuits, Software and Data Protection DCLIPR-424: Copyright & Related Rights Part1: International Law Copyright & Related Rights Part II: Indian Legislation DCLIPR-425: Patents /Trade Marks/Industrial Designs Part 1: International Law of Patents Trademarks & Industrial Designs Part 2: Indian Legislation DCLIPR-426: Project Specialized Topic Coordinator Dr P.R.K. Murti, Ph.D(IIT Kharagpur) Telephone: (040) 23134111 Email: prkmcs@uohyd.ernet.in Programme Advisory Committee: Prof. K.V.S. Sarma, NALSAR, Hyderabad, Mr. Vinayak Rao Juvvadi, Managing Director, SPRY Resources India Pvt. Ltd., Hyd. Prof. V. Kannan, ProviceChancellor,UH, Prof. Arun Agrawal, School of MCIS, UH.

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9.11 Postgraduate Diploma in Communicative English (PGDCE) The course is meant for those who wish to improve their skills in English and make a career in teaching, call centers, office assistance, newspapers, banks, films, visual and print media, advertising, judiciary, industrial enterprises, trade negotiations, railways, hospitals, military, software companies, and so on. The programme is offered by the Centre for Applied Linguistics and Translation Studies with active help of the senior faculty from the Department of English, University of Hyderabad and Central University of English and Foreign Languages, Hyderabad. Course Structure: Term I DCE 411: Language & Communication DCE 412: Effective Speech DCE 413: Written Communication Term II DCE 421: Using Resources for Learning English DCE 422: Advanced Reading Skills DCE 423: Advanced Writing Skills (with Project Report) Coordinator: Prof. Panchanan Mohanty Ph.D. (Berhampur) Telephone: (040) 23133650 Email: panchananmohanty@rediffmail.com Programme Advisory Committee Prof. P. R. Dadegaonkar and Prof. G. Uma Maheshwar Rao, (CALTS, UH)., Prof Sudhakar Marathe,former Dean, School of Humanites,. Prof . P. Sailaja, (Dept. of English,(UH),, Dr. M.Hariprasad, Dept. of Linguistics, UEFL, Hyd.

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9.12 Post-Graduate Diploma in Mass Communication and Translation Techniques in Urdu (PGDMTU) There is a serious dearth of professionally qualified people in Urdu media industry and this programme intends to fulfill this need. The programme will also help employees working in public and private sectors to acquire/improve knowledge of Mass Media and Translation Techniques. This is a professional programme covering Mass Media (Print and Electronic) and includes Translation principles and techniques. Course Structure: Term I DMU 411 Introduction to Print & Electronic Media DMU 412 Other Modes of Mass Communication DMU 413 Translation: Principles & Techniques DMU 414 Theory and Practice of Urdu Journalism Term II DMU 421 Media for Education & Entertainment DMU 422 Electronic Journalism DMU 423 Planning and Presentation of Radio & TV News and Current Affair Programmes DMU 424 Project Report consisting of the following two parts Part A: Media Study (Print or Electronic) Part B: Translation (Journalistic or Literary) Part A is an individual project report. The student chooses a subject from T.V. or Radio programmes, an editorial or news features of a news paper or a journal depending on his/her experience/interest and prepares a report of about 25 to 35 pages (A4 size containing 150 to 200 words on each page). Part B of the Project Report consists of translation work from English to Urdu, about 7 A4 pages. The student may select the text for translation from any journalistic writing such as news, editorial column, feature etc. or any literary writing, for example, short story, novel dastan, article, etc. The student has to provide Xerox copy/copies of the original English texts selected along with his/her translation work for evaluation. (Marks for the Project Report (Part A & B) = 60+20+20 = 100.) Coordinator: Mohd. Baig, Ph.D. (Hyderabad) Telephone: 040-23133608 Email:baig_elsas@ yahoo.co.in Programme Advisory Committee Prof. Yousuf Kamal, Former Director AVRC O.U, Prof. Mohd. Anwaruddin,Dept of Urdu,UH.,Mr.Kabir Ahamed, former Director AIR, Hyderabad, Mr.Syed Mujahid Ali, University Media Centre, MANUU, Hyderabad, Mr.Imtayaz Ali, Door Darshan Kendra, Hyderabad.

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9.13 Postgraduate Diploma in Environmental Economics (PGDEE) The problems of the environment such as pollution, depletion and degraded environments are increasingly a cause for worry and concern to all and yet it is we who are the cause of it. The subject matter of Economics provides insight into the nature and causes of environmental pollution, depletion and degradation. Environmental Economics is now an indispensable part of the study of the environment. In the ultimate analysis, it is economic factors that drives the behaviour of people, who in turn, affect the environment through their economic activities. This PG diploma in Environmental Economics provides the student a simple yet thorough coverage of the fundamentals of Environmental Economics. The course covers first the fundamental science related to the Environment which is Ecology. This first introduction to Ecology exposes the student to the complexity of the natural world in which we live and helps us gain a deeper understanding of the environmental problems. The rest of the course is focused on the economic analysis of the problems of pollution, depletion and degradation. The course would be an invaluable additional qualification to Environmentalists, Ecologists, those working for NGOs, and for those who work for government bodies such as Pollution Control boards, and the Environmental Impact assessment cell of the ministry for Environment and forests. Course Structure: Term I DEE 411: Basic Ecology and the Environment DEE 412: Basic Environmental Economics DEE 413: Economic Valuation of the Environment and Sustainable Development Term-II DEE 421A Economics of the Urban Environment OR DEE 421B Agricultural Environmental Economics DEE 422 Natural Resource Economics DEE 423 Project Work Course 421 is an optional course where the candidates can select any one of the two. The rest are compulsory. Coordinator: Dr. A.V. Raja, Ph.D. (IIT, Kanpur) Telephone: (040) 2313 3109 Email: avrss@uohyd.ernet.in Associate Coordinator: Dr. R. Vijay, Ph.D. (UH). Telephone: (040) 2313 3111 Email: rvss@uohyd.ernet.in Program Advisory Committee: Prof. Gopal Kadekodi, Former Director, ISEC, Dharwad, Prof. Ratna Reddy, CESS Hyderabad, Prof.A.V.S.Prabhakara Rao Retd. Prof, of Environmental Engg. l.l.T.Kanpur, Hyderabad. Dr.Jeena Srinivasan, CESS Hyderabad, Dr.R.V. Ramana Murthy, Dept. of Economics, UH.

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9.14 Postgraduate Diploma in Business Management (PGDBM) This postgraduate diploma is being offered to cater to the needs of the rapidly growing industries in the globalized economy. The programme is mainly targeted for the individuals who wanted to experience various emerging issues in the field of Business Management. The course is useful to the employees of public sector and private sector to enhance their problem solving and decision making skills. The diploma is designed to satisfy the needs of the individuals to pursue their further Education in the field of Management. It also addresses the professional needs of managers and executives in dealing with day to day business/managerial problems. The programme has twelve courses. The courses DBM 411,412,413,414,415 and 416 are offered in the 1st term. The courses include Principles of Management & Organizational Behavior, Marketing Management, Financial & Management Accounting, Human Resource Management, Management Information Systems and Quantitative & Research Methods. There are six courses offered in the second term. Among these Strategic Management and Operations Management are two compulsory courses and the student has to choose three elective courses of his choice from the list given below. The sixth paper in II term i.e. DBM 440 is a project report, which is to be submitted by every student. The objective of the project report is to bridge the gap between the theory and practice. This is to be prepared based on the inputs obtained in two terms along with their industrial exposure. This programme is offered by the faculty members of the School of Management Studies besides a large number of resource persons drawn from industry. Course Structure: TERM I DBM 411: Principles of Management and Organizational Behaviour DBM 412: Marketing Management DBM 413: Financial and Management Accounting DBM 414: Human Resource Management DBM 415: Management Information Systems DBM 416: Quantitative and Research Methods TERM II DBM 421: Strategic Management DBM 422: Operations Management DBM 423 to 435: Three Electives to be chosen from 13 electives. DBM 440: Project Work ELECTIVES DBM 423: Customer Relationship Management DBM 424: Marketing of Services DBM 425: Sales and Distribution Management DBM 426: Supply Chain Management DBM 427: Decision Analysis DBM 428: Quality Management 34

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Coordinator: Dr. B. Raja Shekhar, Ph.D (Kakatiya), MSc (Psychology) (SVU Tirupati) School of Management Studies, UH, Telephone: (040) 23135003 Email: brsms@uohyd.ernet.in Associate Coordinator: Dr.G.V.R.K.Acharyulu,Ph.D (Osmania) School of Management Studies,UH Telephone: (040) 23135010 Email :acharyulu_gvrk@yahoo.com Programme Advisory Committee: Prof.V.Venkata Ramana, Dean, School of Management Studies, UH. Prof. A.Vidyadhar Reddy, Dean, Department of Business Management, Osmania University;Hyderabad Prof..M.S.Bhatt, School of Management Studies, J,N.T.U, Hyderabad; Mr. Sumit Dey, Supply Chain Manager, VST Industries Ltd,Hyderabad. Prof.C.R.Rao,Dept.of MCIS,UH,Dr.K.A.Ramnath,Head,Training andDevelopment,Dale Carnegie,Hyderabad.

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9.15 Postgraduate Diploma in Energy Management (PGDENM) The Governments vision of Power of All by 2010 and all households by 2012 requires an additional capacity of over 100,000 MW and nearly Rs. 10,30,000 crores investment in associated transmission and distribution infrastructure. With the entry of FIIs and private investors there is now a competitive environment in the Indian power sector as organizations are restructured into strategic business units instead of being state-controlled. It is therefore incumbent on State Power Utilities to apply business prudence in all decisions and actions. The officials and supervisory cadres charged with this responsibility will require strong business management skills. The School of Management Studies attempts to impart such knowledge and skills through its one-year Postgraduate Diploma in Energy Management. The objective of the programme is to impart techniques and approaches for managing resources in the most efficient and effective manner in the energy and power sector. Managing an organizational unit requires general managerial skills apart from technical knowledge. Important general management traits that a manager should possess include: Analytical ability, Creativity, Risk-taking ability, Planning and controlling, Communication skills, Negotiating skills, Leadership skills and facilitation of team work. The programme is designed to develop these traits. The programme adopts the pedagogical approach of general management programmes: a) Case analysis b) Group discussions and presentations c) Video presentation d) Interaction with senior managers from the energy industry and e) Visits to the industry. Target group 1. Any graduate with work experience in energy industry (manufacturers of equipment for Power industry, manufacturers/ suppliers of fuel to the energy industry; power generating/ transmitting/ distributing companies). Staff in regulatory commissions and staff working in government departments connected with energy would benefit immensely from this programme. 2. Any graduate seeking a career in energy industry Course Structure: Term I DENM 411: Management & Organizational Effectiveness DENM 412: Accounting & Financial Management DENM 413: Human Resource Management DENM 414: Marketing Management DENM 415: Quantitative and Research Methods DENM 416: Energy Management for Sustainable Development -I Term II DENM 421: Business Laws and Electricity Act 2003 DENM 422: Decision Support Analysis & Management Information System DENM 423: Tariff Structure and Analysis DENM 424: Project Development and Management DENM 425: Energy Management for Sustainable Development -II DENM 426: Project Work 36

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9.16 Postgraduate Diploma in Computer Application in Indian Languages: (PGDCAIL) The course is meant for users of Indian Languages, particularly those who work in print and electronic media, in teaching translation, dictionary making, computational linguistics, linguistics software development. It is an important course based on two major technologies, i.e. Computer and Communications. Language processing and machine translation are becoming increasingly important today in the context of computing and Indian language study. Teaching, training in the use of language in electronic mode, and the use of bilingual and multi-lingual lexical resources are some of the crucial skills that require knowledge of computing in the context of Indian Languages. Course Structure: Term I DCAIL 411: Natural Languages & Computing DCAIL 412: Natural Language structure DCAIL 413: Natural Language Modelling Term II DCAIL 421: Corpus Studies DCAIL 422: Machine Translation DCAIL 423: Project Work Coordinator: Prof. G. Uma Maheswar Rao, Ph.D (Osmania) Telephone: (040) 23133652 Email: guraohyd@yahoo.com Programme Advisory Committee: Prof. P.Mohanty, CALTS, UH Prof Ramakrishnamacharyulu, Vice-Chancellor,J.R. Rajasthan Sanskrit Vidyapeeth, Jaipur, Prof.Pushpak Bhattacharya, IIT, Bombay, Mrs. Amba Kulkarni, Head, Dept. of Sanskrit Studies, UH, Prof. Ganeshan, CAS in Linguistics, Annamalai Univ. Chidambaram, Dr. Deepti Mishra Sharma, IIIT, Hyd, Dr.K.Narayana Murthy, DCIS,UH

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9.17 Post Graduate Diploma in Medicinal Botany: (PGDMB)

The beneficial uses of plants to the human health have long been recognized by traditional cultures all over the world and the subject of science is called Medicinal Botany. Such Potent natural remedies have recently gained enormous popularity in both developed and developing countries, creating a multi million dollar business for the medical and pharmaceutical industries. But to take advantage of the opportunities in this rapidly growing field, we need to understand how to identify, collect, propagate, develop and market these important botanical resource. This course will educate and give information on all these aspects of Medicinal Botany. The Post Graduate Diploma in Medicinal Botany will cover the information and techniques you need to development the economic and medical potential of these valuable plant products. The course in the diploma are contributed by experts in the areas and will give the knowledge and practical experience focusing on identification, collection and preservation, crop production, natural product extraction, processing, quality control, new product development, marketing and Intellectual Property Rights. This programm is designed for Forest and Agricultural scientists and officers Extension specialists and agent, Newcrop researchers, Pharmaceutical and industry representatives, Govermantal officers, Graduate students, Private producer and Marketers. DBM 411: Introduction & History of Medicinal Botany DBM 412: Taxonomy & Identification of Plants DBM 413: Plant Diversity & Conservation DBM 421: Plant Products in Medicine DBM 422: Biology, Cultivation and Post-Harvest Technology of Prioritized Medicinal Plants DBM 423: Collection Analysis, Trade & Biotechnology of Medicinal Plants. Dr.Kottapalli Seshagiri Rao,PhD (UH) Telephone: (040)23134504 E-mail: kssl@uohyd.ernet.in Prof.Appa Rao Podile, Ph.D.(PATEL) Telephone: (040)23134504 E-mail: arpsl@uohyd.ernet.in

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Programme Advisory committee: Prof.A.S.Raghavendra,Dean School of Life Science,UH,Prof.R.P.Sharma,Plant Science, UH. Dr.Natesh,DBT,NewDelhi.,Dr.K.P.Srivasuki,AP Medicinal & Aromatic Plants Board, Dr.A.S.Reddy,S.P.University ,Vallabh Vidhyanagar, Gujarat. 9.18 Post Graduate Diploma in Embedded Systems: (PGDES) The industry needs thousands of professionals in Embedded Systems Design in areas like Aerospace, Automotives, Telecommunications, Computer Peripherals, Home Appliances, Industrial Instrumentation, Medical Instrumentation, Office Automation and Entertainment. This course is aimed at preparing candidates to face challenges in the Design and Development of Embedded Systems using Advanced Microprocessors and Micro Controllers. The course work consists of Development Tools, Micro Controllers and Assembly Language programming concepts, Embedded Systems design concepts, Real Time Operating Systems, General Operating System concepts and a live project work. The programme, introduced in January 2006, conceived and designed by the Staff of Central Instruments Laboratory, aims to impart skills in Design and Development of Embedded Systems hardware and software keeping in view the great demand for the trained embedded systems design engineers. The Central Instruments Laboratory is well equipped with the necessary design and development environment for the embedded systems, with 20 PCs connected to Atmel Microcontroller Systems with integrated development environment using embedded C language. The analytical instruments installed in the lab are technology demonstrators in embedded systems ranging from 8bit and 32bit systems. The course provides theoretical and practical inputs during the contact programme. Faculty members from the university and industry will be associated with the programme. Eligibility: B.E./B.Tech. ECE/EEE/CSE & EIE, M.Sc. (Electronics), M.Sc. Physics with specialization in Electronics, B.Sc. Physics with Electronics/B.Sc. Electronics. Course Structure: Term I DES 411 Fundamentals of Microcontrollers DES 412 Micro-controller Programming DES 413 Interfacing Peripherals DES 414 Micro Controller Programming Lab Term II DES 421 Embedded Systems Design DES 422 Embedded and Real Time Operating Systems DES 423 Embedded Systems Design laboratory

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Coordinator: Sri. C.S. Murthy, Sr. Scientific Officer, M. Tech (J NTU) C.I.L., UH. Telephone: (040) 23132661 Email csmcil@uohyd.ernet.in Associate Coordinator: Dr. S. Manjunath Rao, Ph.D., (Osmania) Telephone: (040) 23132665 Email: smrcil@uohyd.ernet.in Note: DES414, DES423 are laboratory work where practical training will be given to the students. DES424 project work which is mandatory. Programme Advisory Committee: Prof. V.S.S. Sastry, Chairman, Advisory Committee, CIL, UH. Prof .S. P. Mallikarjuna Rao, Dept. of Physics, O.U. Sri Partha Priya Dey. Sr. I T Manager, Real Time Embedded Systems Group, CMC R&D Hyderabad.

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9.19 Post Graduate Diploma in Mass Communication & Translation Techniques in Telugu (PGDMC&TTT) The media has enormous influence and impact on society. With the advent of the Satellite Communication system revolutionary changes have occurred in the media worldwide. Both the print and electronic media have been subjected to this influence. The media today provide exciting and attractive job opportunities to educated unemployed youth, who can readily respond to incidents occurring in the society. In order to grab these opportunities they must be in a position to communicate well and to investigate and analyze such events. The aim of this course is to reach such youth and strengthen their skills in Telugu Language in tune with media requirements. Faculty members are drawn from the Department of Telugu, University of Hyderabad, other Universities, and from the media. Target group: Graduate, unemployed youth. Those working in the media without any formal training in its functioning. The educated youth aspiring for a bright career in media. Those who wish to know the functioning of the media. Course Structure: Term I MCTT 411 - Foundations in Mass Media MCTT 412 - Reporting Methods - Language MCTT 413 - Translation Techniques Term II MCTT 421 - Electronic Media MCTT 422 - Electronic Media - Writing Techniques MCTT 423 - Project (i) Print Media or (ii) Electronic Media Coordinator: Dr. Pammi Pavan Kumar, Ph. D. (Hyderabad) Telephone:040-23133562 e-mail:pavankpammi2003@yahoo.com Programme Advisory Committee: Prof. B. Ramabrahmam, Head Dept. of Telugu, UH, Prof. Ketu Viswanadha Reddy, Retd. Professor of Telugu, Dr.BRAOU,Hyd., Prof. B. P. Sanjay, PVC, UH. Dr. A. B, K. Prasad, Chairman, Official Language Commission, A. P. Sri. K. Rama Chandra Murty, Editor, Andhra Jyoti,Hyderabad. Sri D. Amar, Chairman, Press Academy of Andhra Pradesh, Sri. M, Nageswara Rao, Prinicipal, Eenadu Journalism School, Hyderabad, Sri. Satish Chander, Noted Journalist, Hyderabad, Sri. P. Madhusudan, Media Expert, Hyderabad. ,

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9.20 Post Graduate Diploma in Consumer Education (PGDCED) The consumer is the focal point of all business activities. Business depends and revolves around him. However, consumers whether rich or poor, literate or illiterate, urban or rural often become the victims of adulteration, spurious, hazardous and substandard goods, as well as wrong measurements and high prices. Shortage in supply of several commodities, unethical and deceptive advertisements, enables businesses to make quick money at the cost of consumers. Even the goods/services of state undertakings such as nationalized banks, State Electricity Boards, Telephones Departments etc., are no exceptions. In most developed countries, consumer awareness is high and the governments in these countries give as much importance to protecting the interests of consumers as of trade and industry. By contrast, the Indian consumer is mostly unaware of his rights and the laws that protect his interests and therefore unscrupulous middlemen exploit the consumer miserably in different ways in the market environment. It is this context that this course has been envisaged, in collaboration with the Department of Consumer Affairs, Food and Civil Supplies, Government of Andhra Pradesh to create the awareness about the rights and various laws of consumers. Course Structure: TERM I DCED 411: Consumerism DCED 412: Consumer Protection Laws DCED 413: Consumer Protection Act, 1986 TERM I I DCED 421: Consumer and Society DCED 422: Consumer Case Laws DCED 423: Project Work Coordinator: Dr. B. Raja Shekhar, Ph.D (Kakatiya), MSc (Psychology) SV University Tirupati School of Management Studies, UH Telephone: (040) 23135003 e-mail: brsms@uohyd.ernet.in Programme Advisory Committee: Prof. E. Hari Babu, Dean, School of Social Sciences,UH, Dr.P.Jyothi, Faculty, School of Management Studies, UH, Sri.G.N.Rao, Commissioner, Civil Supplies, Govt. of A.P, Consumer Affairs,Dept.of Civil Supplies,Govt of A.P, Sri Y.V.Rao, Founder, Chairman of Consumer Foundation for Research and Consumer Education (FORCE) & Rtd. District & Sessions Judge, Hyderabad. Smt.M.Shreesha, Member, A.P State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, Hyderabad. Sri.Vemula Gouri Sankara Rao, Chairman, Confederation of Andhra Pradesh Consumer Organization (CAPCO), Hyderabad, Mr.Syed Khussheed Ali, Deputy Director, Consumer Affairs, Dept of Civil Supplies, Govt of A.P. Hyderabad.

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9.21 Short Term Course on Make-up The art of Make-up has tremendous job potential in the fields of Film and Media Industry, Performing Arts including Dance and Drama, Modeling and Fashion Industry. The course aims to provide basic and advanced training in the art of make-up and its techniques through hands-on training to enable the students to work professionally in the areas of Media, Film, Performing Arts and related fields. Apart from the basic theoretical inputs, the course includes twenty-one days of studio work concentrating on hands-on practice in Make-up. The course will be run at the Make-up studio in the Golden Threshold campus of the university in the city. Admission notification will be issued separately in leading newspapers. Eligibility: Students have passed Intermediate Board or 10+2 examinations. (in any medium) Course Structure: Course-1: Why make up Course-2: Classical make-up, dance and drama Course-3: Attaching a mustache Course-4: Film make-up Fee: Rs.7,500/- as single payment. (Fee includes the cost of Make-up consumables in the class). Coordinator: Prof. B. Ananthakrishnan Telephone: 040-23135522 Email:baksn@uohyd.ernet.in Program Advisory Committee: Sri T.R. Adabala (Senior Make-up Artist, Hyderabad). N.G.Roshan (Grease Paint, London)Kerala.

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9.22 Certificate Program on Stress Management (An Awareness Programme) The broad objectives of the programme are to Create awareness and upgrade knowledge and skills for Stress Management among various groups of people. Inculcate the multi-health system approach for understanding and managing various types of stress. Introduce and improve skill in asanas and pranayam and stress reduction skills by providing suitable training in Yoga and other alternate systems.

Eligibility: Any person with basic knowledge of English Duration: The programme will be held across five (5) Sundays between 9 am to12noon. Intake: 30 for each batch Implementation: The theory and training will be imparted through demonstration and discussions at the distance education hall of UH. The training in skill development at the centre would be done by trained teachers and counsellors. The training progress of all students would be recorded in log books and verified by concerned Counsellors. A feedback session will be conducted at the end for evaluation and certificates will be issued. Programme Schedule: First Week: Course Introduction & Physiology of Stress, Pathology of Stress, Yoga Demonstration Second Week: Emotional & Behavioral Stress Management, Environmental Stress and Health Management, Yoga Demo Third Week: Diet and Stress, How to Relax, Yoga Demo Fourth Week: Understanding Stress through Yoga, How to concentrate (Dharna) and Yoga Nidra, Demo Yoganidra Fifth Week: Medical Management of Stress, Feedback and Conclusion Coordinator: Dr.G.Satya Lakshmi Incharge CMO, Health Centre, University of Hyderabad. Telephone: 040-23132401 Email:drsatyalakshmi@yahoo.com Programme Advisory Committee: Prof.V.S.Sastry, School of Physics, UH. Prof. R.C.Pradhan, Dept of Philosophy, UH. Dr.K.Seshagiri Rao, Reader Plant Science, UH. Dr. Meena Hari Haran, Reader ASC, UH. Dr.K.Satya Lakshmi, Senior Research Professor, APY Vemana Research Institute, Hyderabad.

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University Telephones/Websites/Email Connecting to Centre for Distance Education (EPABX). 23132828, 23132850, 23132851, 23010849 and 23011629 [Tele-Fax: 91-040-23010849). Email: Prof. M.S.Hayat, Director, CDE, mshayat10@yahoo.com (040-23132828)

Dr.M.Nirmalananda,TechnicalOfficer(Exams),mncde@uohyd.ernet.in(040-3132852) Mr.Ganapathi Chenda,Asst.Registrar, chenda@uohyd.ernet.i (040-23132851)

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UNIVERSITY OF HYDERABAD APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAMME 2008


Last date for application: 28-02-08. Application-cum-Registration Form: Rs.250-00
Application No: Read the Prospectus and instructions carefully before filling up the application form. COURSE APPLIED FOR RESERVED CATEGORY

1. Name of the Student (same as in the SSC/Matriculation certificate) in capital letters Mr./Ms./Mrs 2.(a)Fathers Name (b)Mothers Name. 3 (a) Permanent Address : 3 (b) Address for Correspondence ... ......... ......... .......... PIN....Phone/Mobile No PIN Phone/Mobile No. Email: Email: ........ 4. a) Date of Birth .. Date Month Year b) IdentificationMarks 1).2) c) Nationality Indian / Foreign If Indian, State of Domicile: If foreign national, name of the country. d) Sex: Male/Female; e) Marital Status: Married/Unmarried If married, name of your spouse: 5. In case you fail to secure admission to the programme you have applied for, indicate a second choice: 6. Annual Income of the family: (If SC/ST/PH) Specimen Signature of the student (Sign within the box)
Pin Stampsize Photography for Identity card

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(7 (a) Particulars of past academic record (from Bachelors degree onwards) [Attach a separate sheet, if the space provided below is not adequate].

Examination

University /College

Month Year Passing

& Subjec Maximum of ts Marks Studie d and Passed

Marks obtained

Percentage

Division

BachelorsDegree (B.A./B.Sc./B.Com/ LLB. B.E. /B. Tech. BLisc ) PostGraduate Degree ifany (M.Tech./LLM/M.P hil/Ph.D Any other degree Diploma 7(b) Previous and Present Professional Experience (each entry here to be supported with Service Certificate) Designation Organization/Institution From (month To (month and nature of Total No. of years and year) and year) job done worked

DECLARATION BY THE APPLICANT I hereby declare that all the information furnished by me in this application and in the documents I have submitted in support of my application are true, complete and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.

Place: Date:

SIGNATURE OF THE CANDIDATE

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Note: 1.Application can be downloaded and sent to Assistant Registrar, CDE, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad. along with a DD for Rs. 250/- drawn in favour of the Finance Officer, University of Hyderabad, from SBI or any Nationalized Bank. 2. Application form can be obtained by post by sending a demand draft of Rs.310/- drawn in favour of the Finance Officer, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, from SBI or any Nationalized Bank and send the same to the Assistant Registrar, CDE , University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad.

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