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ANDHRA PRADESH University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad (Central University)
University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad (Central University)

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University of Hyderabad
Established in Year: 0000

The University of Hyderabad (UoH), one of the major institutions of higher education in India is largely devoted to postgraduate studies and is widely known for its excellence in research and for its distinguished faculty. Founded in 1974 with Prof. Gurbaksh Singh as its first Vice Chancellor, UoH - also known as Hyderabad Central University or HCU- has emerged as a leading centre of teaching and research. The large campus located near Gachibowli, which is the IT hub of Hyderabad, has immense bio-diversity and is home to over 75 varieties of bird, not to speak of the lakes and rock formations which give the campus a natural beauty.

With 46 different Departments and Centres organized in 10 Schools of study, the University has over 400 faculty and over 5000 students. A School of Economics is proposed to be started at the University. The University offers close to 150 different programmes of study ranging from doctoral studies to Masters level degrees, as well as a range of post graduate diplomas and short term courses by Distance mode. It also has a thriving Five year Integrated Masters Programme. The University hosts an ever increasing number of foreign scholars in the highly popular Study in India Programme. The University has built up a reputation for providing high quality academic training, and has been recognized through a number of awards: PURSE, given by the Prime Minister of India, a grading of A, which is the highest, by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). International measures of research excellence also show the preeminence of UoH - the University is counted among the top 100 in Asia in many of its academic areas of study. These include the Basic Sciences, Applied Sciences, Medical Science, Engineering Science, the Social Sciences, the Humanities, and the Arts, Fine Arts, Media Studies and Communication, in addition to more recent efforts in areas such as Folklore Studies, Health Psychology, Dalit Studies, Women’s Studies, Neural and Cognitive Sciences.

The faculty of the UoH have a high national and international profile and have been recipients of major national and international awards- the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar prize of the CSIR, the Ramon Magasaysay Award, the J C Bose Fellowship of the DST, the Humboldt Prize, the TWAS Awards, the British Council, Commonwealth and Fulbright awards, and the Padma Awards of the Government of India. Several of our faculty also belong to major national and international Academies - the Indian National Science Academy (INSA), the Indian Academy of Sciences (IASc), the National Academy of Sciences of India (NASI), the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE), the Sahitya Akademi, the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World (TWAS).

The entire campus has 1 Gbps Wi-fi connectivity and this facilitates networking, vital for sustaining academic activity. A unique feature of our University is that each student enrolled in our regular courses and programmes of study receives a stipend, and academic achievers are especially recognized. In terms of infrastructure and other collateral support, the University has been proactive. The Indira Gandhi Memorial Library at the University has a collection of more than 3.56-lakh books and other reference material and subscribes to about 600 foreign journals and 18,000 online journals and 10 online databases. This fully computerized Library with special software for visually-challenged students operates through the week.

A large number of Institutions find their home on our campus, and we have close academic links with them. These include the C R Rao Advanced Institute of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science (AIMSCS), the Association of Management Development Institutions of South Asia (AMDISA), the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), The Energy Resources Institute (TERI), the National Institute for Smart Government (NISG), the National Institute of Animal Biotechnology (NIAB) and the Indian Institute of Public Health (IIPH) and the Institute of Life Sciences (ILS). The National Museum of Statistics, SANKHYA, is being set up on the campus, the first of its kind.

The University of Hyderabad has seen considerable growth in the past few years, with the introduction of new courses of study, new disciplines, and new initiatives. With the range of disciplines represented and the quality of the faculty and students at UoH, the University- which is among the finest in the country- is well poised to make its mark internationally as well.

Prof. Ramakrishna Ramaswamy
Vice Chancellor

Vision and Mission

The University of Hyderabad, a premier institution of post graduate 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."

University Achievements

University with Potential for Excellence

To introduce the element of excellence in the University System, the University Grants Commission has identified a few Universities and granted them the status of ‘Universities with Potential for Excellence’, with the help of a high power Committee. The objective of this initiative was to provide these select institutions with augmented inputs, including additional funds, to sustain and enhance quality of education and research. Based on the evaluation and recommendations of this committee, the University Grants Commission declared the University of Hyderabad as a ‘University with Potential for Excellence’. The University was sanctioned a grant of Rs. 30 crore under this scheme for interfacial Studies & Research and Holistic Development for a period of 5 years (2002-2007).

Awarded top grade of A ***** by NAAC

The University opted for a rigorous evaluation by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) of the University Grants Commission. The apex Council of NAAC awarded the top grade of A ***** to the University (on a five-point scale A* to A*****).

Rated as High Output–High Impact by NISSAT

The University has also been rated by the NISSAT (National Information System for Science and Technology) of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR), Government of India, as the only University under the ‘High Output – High Impact’ category among the top 50 institutions in India with publications in citation - index journals.

DST support for augmenting research facilities

The Department of Science and Technology (DST) of the Government of India sanctioned over Rupees four crores under FIST (Fund for Improvement of Science and Technology) to the four Science Schools of the University to augment research facilities.

In addition to this, the Department of Science and Technology (DST) in the month of October 2003 accorded approval for setting up of a Super computing Facility at University of Hyderabad under FIST Programme with a total financial support of Rs.24.06 crores and released 1st installment of Rs. 8.058 crores. The period of the programme is for five years (2003-2008). Under this project 3 Nos. of IBM P690, 32 Power 4 + Processors each were installed in January 2004 and an IBM P595, 48 Power Processor was installed in January 2005. Besides this, 6 IBM Intelli-Workstations have also been installed.

A Member of AIU and ACU

The University is a member of the Association of Indian Universities (AIU); and the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU).


Health Centre

The Health Centre, managed by a team of doctors, supported by nurses and other para medical staff caters to the basic needs of the campus community. Any expenses related to medical emergencies and hospitalization will be borne by the parents/guardians of the students concerned. At the time of admission, an undertaking to this effect has to be given by the parents/guardians of the students.

A scheme for health insurance which is mandatory for all the students exists in the University to provide health care and to cover expenses towards in-patient treatment subject to a maximum of Rs. 15,000. All the students must apply for medical insurance in the prescribed form by a notified date. The insurance fee of Rs 260/- per annum is payable at the time of admission in July for freshers and along with the fees for the Monsoon Semester in the case of ongoing students. Those who do not pay the fees and do not submit the copy of the challan in the office of the Dean, Students’ Welfare will not be eligible for any kind of medical aid and their enrolment in the University will stand automatically cancelled.

Note: A detailed leaflet on the medical insurance scheme of the students will be provided to the students along with intimation letters of their provisional selection for admission and also to the wait-listed candidates.

Contact Persons:
Dr.P. Rajasree
Chief Medical Officer i/C
Tel: 23010206 / 23132402

Physical Education

The University campus is the centre for games, sports, recreational activities, and for several competitive programmes. There is a multipurpose playground on the campus for cricket, football, volleyball, ball-badminton, tennis, basket­ball and athletic events. Modern facilities for physical conditioning are available at the New Indoor Gymnasium along with facilities for Table Tennis, Shuttle Badminton, Chess and Caroms. Both intramural and extramural competitions are planned in such a way that students are able to participate regularly in games and sports activities throughout the year.

The University is a member of the Inter-University Sports Board of India and its teams participate in zonal and all India Inter-University tournaments regularly.

Contact Person:
Dr. K.V. Rajasekhar
Assistant Director
Tel: 23132440

Campus guest house

The University campus has a well furnished Guest House in addition to the participants hostel (for participants of Academic Staff College refresher and orientation courses) and visiting scholors Guest house.

Contact Person:
V. Prasanna Kumar
Deputy Registrar
Tel: 23132104

Hostel Accommodation

There are altogether 10 hostels on the campus at present, of which seven are for men and the rest three are for women. Three men's hostels ('A', 'B' and 'D') are conventionally meant for those admitted to different P.G courses, while Men's hostel 'C', 'E', 'F' and 'G' are meant for M.Phil students, Research scholars (Ph.D), M.Tech, students and M.B.A students, respectively. Of the three ladies hostels, LH-I and LH-III are meant for P.G students, and LH-II is for Ph.D, M.Phil and M.Tech students.

The University cannot provide hostel accommodation to all the students admitted into various courses in view of the limited number of seats

Reservation of seats: Of the total number of seats in the hostels, 22.5% are reserved for candidates belonging to S.C/S.T. and 3% for Physically challenged students.

Application procedure: Application forms for hostel admission can be obtained from the Chief Warden's office after the admission process to a course is completed. The duly filled in form in duplicate should be submitted in the Chief Warden's office. After scrutiny of the applications with regard to eligibility, efforts will be made to finalize hostel admission on the same day. However, in case of any reason for delay in finalization, the applicants should make their own arrangements for stay till the admission is finalized. Request for provision of accommodation temporarily will not be entertained.

The applicants should also note that those who have stayed in hostels of this university or any other University/College must enclose a certificate of residence in the hostel along with the form. Students of this university who after completion of one course join another course, should clear all the pending dues and apply afresh for hostel accommodation. Students who are given readmission also should similarly clear all the outstanding dues and apply afresh for hostel accommodation.

Students registered for a second P.G course (after completion of one P.G course), as also part time students are not eligible for hostel accommodation.

Rules concerning maximum period of stay in the hostels: Maximum period of stay of a student in the University hostel for his/her entire studies in the University shall not exceed eight years starting for admission to P.G course, subject to the following restrictions: 1. P.G course two years; 2. M.C.A - three years 3. M.Tech - two years; 4. M.Phil - one year and 5. Ph.D - five years.

Contact Persons:
Prof. R. S. Sarraju
Chief Warden
Tel: 23132505

E. Kistaiah
Assistant Registrar
Tel: 23132505

Students' Welfare

The office of the Dean of Students Welfare looks after the welfare of the students with active support from the elected representatives of the students, faculty and administration. A Student Counselling Service by professionals is available in the University Health Centre. In case of any student requiring parental guidance, his/her parents will be informed accordingly.

There is a Students’ Union which caters to the students’ interests and promotes cultural and sports activities. The elections to the Students’ Union are conducted by the students themselves.

Discipline among students:
All powers relating to discipline and disciplinary action in relation to the students of the University are vested in the Vice-Chancellor. He may delegate all or any of his powers as he deems proper to any of the officers of the Universi­ty specified by him.

Ban on ragging on the campus:
Ragging, use of drugs, drug trafficking and eve teasing, which are criminal offences, are strictly forbidden in the University and persons found indulging in such activities will be subjected to strict disciplinary and other action in keeping with the law of the land. Indulging in any criminal activity within or outside the University and any physical violence against fellow students and fellow residents will not be tolerated and will attract stern disciplinary action including rustication.

Committee on violence against women and sexual harassment: As suggested by the UGC, a Committee has been constituted with Dean, Students’ Welfare, Chief Warden, representative from Women Studies Centre, Women faculty members, Women students, Students’ Union and Teachers’ Association as members

Contact Persons:
Prof. B. Rajashekhar
Dean, Students' Welfare
Tel: 23132500

P. Dakshnina Murthy
Assistant Registrar
Tel: 23132501


The University campus has a shopping centre, food court, post office, BSNL office, SBI ATM facility etc.

Schools of Study

The University has Ten Schools of Study

  • Mathematics & Computer/Information Sciences

  • PhysicsChemistry

  • Life Sciences

  • Humanities

  • Social Sciences

  • Sarojini Naidu School of Arts & Communication

  • Management Studies

  • Engineering Sciences & Technology

  • Medical Sciences

While some Schools are single-discipline Schools, others have Departments and Centres attached to them. There has been a special emphasis on promoting inter-school and inter disciplinary teaching and research in the University.

Main Features

The University offers facilities for Post-Graduate, 5 -Year Integrated Master’s Degree Courses, and Research Studies in several major areas in Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences, Performing Arts, Fine Arts, Communication, Management Studies, Medical Sciences, and in Engineering Sciences & Technology.

Admission to the University is open to all who fulfill the prescribed qualifications without any distinction of race, caste, creed, language or sex. The selection is made strictly on the basis of merit at the entrance examination.

No student shall be eligible for admission to the Post-Graduate Degree/Diploma Courses unless she/he has successfully completed a three year Undergraduate Degree through an examination conducted by a University/ Autonomous College. However, as a transitory measure, a candidate who has passed a two-year degree course may also be considered for admission provided she/he has undergone a further one-year bridge course and passed the same.

All enquirers regarding Admission details please contact: Phone nos. 23132103, 23132102, 23132101

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Following are the Courses Offered:

Post-Graduate Diploma in Project Management (PGDPM)

Introduction : The programme is aimed at imparting knowledge and skills in Project Planning and Management. The programme offers courses that span the macro-economic environment of projects, principles of management and functional areas of management among others. The course is uniquely 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 with the necessary theoretical orientation and also discussion and analysis of practical problems in project appraisal/feasibility, apart from management of finance, marketing and human resources.

This Programme will have the following structure:

Term I: (January - June)
DPM 411 : Managerial Economics & Planning
DPM 412 : Principles of Management
DPM 413 : Accounting & Financial Management
DPM 414 : Principles of Marketing Management

Term II: (July - December)
DPM 421 : Human Resources Management
DPM 422 : Project Appraisal & Management
DPM 423 : Project Finance & Implementation
DPM 424 : Project Work

While DPM 411 focuses on basic economic / statistical tools to analyze and understand the working of an economy in general an seeks to portray the economic environment in which projects have to be initiated and implemented, DPM 412 familiarizes the candidate with general principles of management which form the foundations to understanding managerial processes and decision making. Courses DPM 413, DPM 414, DPM 421 aim at developing the skills in functional areas which permeate into the activities of managers day in and day out. While course 422 deals with idea generation, screening feasibility studies implementation and review of projects more from the technical and commercial perspective, DPM 423 deals with financing of project and their implementation. These apart, as part of course DPM 424, students would be required to take up an individual project wherein they can practically apply their understating and knowledge of the entire subject of Project Management.

The Project Report must contain?
1. A brief description of the area of specialization related to project planning and management.
2. Objective and the expectations.
3.Identify the tools, theory or methods utilized from the total program.
4.Analysis & interpretation report preparation.
5.Conclusions & recommendations based on the objectives stated in the beginning.
6.This programme is being offered by faculty members of the School of Management Studies besides a large number of distinguished resource persons drawn from industry & academia. The School of Management Studies, sanctioned by the UGC commenced functioning from May 1999. It offers an AICTE approved two-year full-time residential MBA programme and a Ph.D programme in Management Studies. Its faculty organizes on-campus seminars & actively participates in External Seminars, Executive & Faculty Development & PG programmes.

P.G. Diploma in Library Automation & Networking (PGDLAN)

Introduction : The programme aims at equipping the students in various operations of the Library Automation and Networking. The programme enables the students to get hands-on-experience in Library Automation environment & Networking aspects during the contact programmes. At the end of the Programme, the students would become familiar with H/W, S/W planning and organizing various techniques in library automation & Networking. Separate Center for competency in digital libraries and e-learning Lab facility is available for PGDLAN Students.

This Programme will have the following structure:

Term I: (January - June)
DLAN 411 : Introduction to Information Technology
DLAN 412 : Information Systems
DLAN 413 : Bibliographic Database Management Systems

Term II: (July - December)
DLAN 421 : Library Automation
DLAN 422 : Library Networkst
DLAN 423 : Dissertation /Project Work

The 'Indira Gandhi Memorial Library' was established in the year 1975. By 1995 it became the first fully computerized library in the country. It has several distinctions, being the FIRST University Library to computerize other libraries, First Library providing network based library services to the entire university, the FIRST to become the governing member of the OCLC, the FIRST to have Electronic Surveillance System, the FIRST to install Biometric Finger PRINT Attendance System, the FIRST in starting POST Graduate Diploma in Library Automation Networking Course in 1998 with greater emphasis on practical training for which 20 computers lab was established. Now, the course content is revised fully from this year 2005. Further Library head towards Digitization in India.

The library collection consists of 2,25,600 books, 600 Journals, 78,040 Back Volume of Journals, 3,600 Theses and Dissertations and over 18,000 e-Journals. The National Board of Higher Mathematics has recognized IGM Library as a Regional Library and INFLIBNET has included as one of the Six Document Delivery Center from the country.

The library has extensive IT facilities to support the academic and research activities. They include a SUN Enterprise 3500, DEC Alpha server and Pentium IV Systems (70 members), printers, Procom CD server, 125 Digibook Scanner, flatbed and hand-held scanners etc. Library operating system environment has Solaris, UNIX, Linux and Windows NT. Library?s LAN is connected on to the Campus Wide Network. The database is made available for access over the Internet through Web OPAC. 30PCs are placed at the entrance lobby for OPAC, e-mail and internet browsing including access to e-journals, 4 systems are placed near the stack area exclusively for Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC). All the professional library staff members are trained to handle various modules of the library software. All the library users are provided orientation to operate computers for searching information resources.

The library has most innovative CD Server compatible with window NT, Netware, Unix and OS/2 network, as well as the IPX and TCP/IP protocols. The books, journals, database are being captured into the CD Server regularly and placed on university LAN. Two popular databases viz EBSCO and Chemical Abstract is extensively used by the academic community. Library is a member of UGC-INFONET under which we have access to over 2000 Highly focused e-journals. The library has created a model Digital Library with special funding from the UGC and in collaboration with M/s. SUN Microsystems, a well known hardware firm in the USA. University signed MoUs with these firms with their investments and support.

Post-graduate Diploma in Chemical Analysis & Quality Management (PGDCAQM)

Introduction: PGDCAQM Programme is being offered with effect from January 2000 to provide Theoretical and Practical background to the students in Chemical Analysis, Quality Control and Management.This programme is mainly designed, keeping in view the great demand for the trained personnel in Chemical Analysis and Quality Control aspects of the 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 familiarizing instruments and data analysis.

This Programme will have the following structure:

Term I: (January - June)
AQM 411 : Basics of Analytical Science & Electronics
AQM 412 : Instrumental Methods - I
AQM 413 : Instrumental Methods - II

Term II: (July - December)
AQM 421 : Instrumental Methods - III
AQM 422 : Quality Control & Quality Management
AQM 423 : Laboratory Practice/Workshop
Workshop : Demonstration of various instruments and Computer used packages. Analysis of UV-vis, IR,NMR, Mass spectra; X-ray powder patterns and Chromatograms.

P.G. Diploma in Cyber Laws & Intellectual Property Rights (PGDCL & IPR)

**Introduction and Future Prospects **: With the availability of easy access to the Internet facility, a world of change is expected in the field of business & commerce in India. There is right now a number of business portals available catering to the B2B and B2C segments of e-commerce. Also, Internet Banking is gaining in popularity; again banks are getting their branches networked and plans are afoot to get the major Banks connected for speedy and hassle-free transactions, so much so, the era e-banking has begun and is expected to grow fast. Meanwhile, the concept of e-governance has taken roots and the several e-seva centers are testimony for its success though there is scope for much more to be done in this area.

While the technological developments in the fields cited above go ahead at a fast pace, the fact remains that a congenial Legal Environment is mandatory to extend a legal support to the developments on the technical front. 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 much so, when any disputes arise in such transactions, there would be legal remedies readily available. The first step in this direction is the enactment of the IT Act 2000, which came into force from 17th October 2000. This act accords a legal status to Electronic records through Digital Signatures, empowers Certifying Authorities to issue Digital Signatures Certificates; also the Act provides for a Cyber Appellate Tribunal as the appellate authority.

It is unfortunate that transactions done on the Internet have left a scope for Cyber Crime: It is well known that Viruses, spread through the Internet at lightning speed data and disabling a vast array of net-worked computers. Also the Internet has become a haven for brainy crooks to hack into computer systems at their will and swindle the banks, E-mails give scope for sensational news to spread very fast as evidenced by the run on a couple of banks in recent times. While we have to live with cyber Crime, surely ways must be found to track such Cyber Criminals and punish them. The IT Act has provided good scope to deal with Cyber Offenses, the penalties & punishments to be given.

All these developments have left us to address a situation wherein Legal Personnel have to gain an intelligent understanding of the Internet, use of Computers, Digital Signatures and the Security aspects of e-commerce transactions. The software personnel developing the different applications in e-commerce, e-banking & e-governance should have a good appreciation and understanding of the Legal setup in which they function and the implications of the important Cyber Laws that affect the software development.

India is a signatory to the TRIPS (Trade related Intellectual Property Rights) agreement of WTO; this has given a new vigour to the development of appropriate Legislation for Intellectual Property Rights. It has become mandatory to amend our IPR Laws (Patent Law & Copyright Laws, for example) in consonance with the model-laws evolved by the TRIPS agreement & the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). India is a signatory to the patent cooperation Treaty of WIPO. All this has given a new relevance to the Intellectual Property Rights for Scientists, Technologies and Software Personnel.

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 issue of Cyber Laws and Intellectual Property Rights. It is designed to be 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. Also Intellectual Property Rights are given a pride of place in the course because of their enhanced status and relevance both to the Scientific and Legal Community. To the best our knowledge, this is the first such course in the country offering an inter-disciplinary approach to both Cyber Laws and the Intellectual Property Rights.

**Computer Lab **: Classes are conducted during the Contact Classes and/or based on adequate response from the participants, before and after the contact classes, for an extended period. The computer lab classes will be conducted in the recently developed Cyber Security and IPR Lab. In addition to the usual lab classes in MS-Office, C-Language, we have introduced 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. the participants should appreciate that 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 developed and Project work.

It is expected that Legal Process Out-sourcing (LPO) would be flourishing in India in the near future; this requires a strong background in the International Law aspects of the different subjects. This course is unique as we emphasize International Law in Part I of each subject.

The course would be an important additional Qualification for Professional employment opportunities for the Legal Personnel with Solicitors and Advocates 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.

This Programme will have the following structure:

Term I: (January - June)
DCL 411 : Introduction to Computers & Personal Productivity Software
DCL 412 : Computer Network, Internet Tools and Security Management
DCL 413 : Legal Organizational Structure / International Organizations
DCL 414 : Introduction to Business Laws Contract Law / Corp.law & Laws of Crimes &Torts
DCL 415 : Introduction to IPR with WIPO (TRIPS)
DCL 416 : Introduction to E-commerce / E-Banking/ E-Governance-Technical & Legal Issues

The course DCL - 412 & 415 are compulsory. Two Optional Courses from the rest four are to be taken to complement the knowledge of the participant: as such, the required courses would be Four for this term.

Term II: (July - December)
DCL 421 : Cyber Crime & Cyber Forensics: Advanced Topics with relevant Provisions of IT Act 2000.
DCL 422 : Part I: Electronic Records / Digital Signatures & Certificates / Certifying Authorities of IT Act 2000.
Part II: Digital Signatures Specialized Topics
DCL 423 : Cryptology & Public Key Infrastructure / IPR Issues in Integrated Circuits, Software and Data protection.
DCL 424 : Copyright & Related Rights -
Part I: International Law Copyright & Related Rights
Part II: Indian Legislation
DCL 425 : Patents / Trade Marks / Industrial Designs -
Part I: International Law of Patents Trademarks & Industrial Designs
Part II: Indian Legislation
DCL 426 : Project - Specialized Topic Specialized Topic

Course 423 is directed to 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. As such, the required courses would be Four in this term.

Post-Graduate Diploma in Business Management (PGDBM)

Introduction : 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.

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.

This Programme will have the following structure:

Term I: (January - June)
DBM 411 : Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior
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: (July - December)
DBM 421 : Strategic Management
DBM 422 : Operations Management
DBM 423 to 435 : Three Electives to be choosen from 13 Electives
DBM 426 : Project Report

Electives :
1.Customer Relationship Management
2.Marketing of Services
3.Promotion and Distribution Management
4.Supply Chain Management
5.Decision Analysis
6.Quality Management
7.Security Analysis And Portfolio Management
8.Financial Risk Management
9.Strategic Financial Management
10.Team Building and Leadership
11.Management of Change-Organizational Development
12.Performance Management and Counseling
13.Project Management

Post-Graduate Diploma in Communicative English (PGDCE)

Introduction and Future Prospects : The course is meant for those who intend to develop further skills in English and make a career in the areas like teaching, call center, receptionists, newspapers, banks, films, visual and print media, advertising, judiciary, industrial enterprises, trade negotiations, railways, hospitals, military, tele-conferences, software companies, and so on.

The programme is offered by the Center for Applied Linguistics and Translation Studies with active help of the senior faculty from the Department of English, University of Hyderabad and Central Institute for English and Foreign Languages, Hyderabad.

This Programme will have the following structure:

Term I: (January - June)
DCE 411 : Language & Communication
DCE 412 : Effective Speech
DCE 413 : Written Communication

Term II: (July - December)
DCE 421 : Using Resources for Learning English
DCE 422 : Advanced Reading Skills
DCE 423 : Advanced Writing Skills (with Project Report)

Post-Graduate Diploma in Mass Communication and Translation Techniques in Urdu (PGDMTU)

Introduction and Future Prospects: There is a serious dearth of professionally qualified people in Urdu media industry and this programme intends to fulfill the needs. The Programme also helps the employees working in public and private sectors to acquire/improve knowledge of Mass Media and Translation Techniques. It may specifically be noted that this professional porgramme has been designed covering Mass Media (Print and Electronic and includes Translation : Principles and Techniques.

This Programme will have the following structure:

Term I: (January - June)
MTU 411 : Introduction to Print & Electronic Media
MTU 412 : Other Modes of Mass Communication
MTU 413 : Translation : Principles & Techniques
MTU 414 : Theory and Practice of Urdu Journalism

Term II: (July - December)
MTU 421 : Media for Education & Entertainment
MTU 422 : Electronic Journalism
MTU 423 : Planning and Presentation of Radio & TV News and Current Affair Programmes
MTU 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. It is like a Report/Project/Dissertation/Thesis. The student has the flexibility to choose any one subject from T.V. or Radio Programmes or Editorials, Columns, News, Features etc. of a Newspaper or a Journal depending on his/her experience/interest and prepare a report in the following format:

i) Introduction of the topic

ii) Objectives in selecting this specific topic

iii) Contents

iv) Analysis & Discussions

v) Conclusions

vi) References

Overall the project report/dissertation is expected to be anywhere between 25 to 35 pages (A4 size containing 150 to 200 words on each page) with cover page having Title of the report, name, enrollment number & address of the student etc.

Part B of the Project Report/Dissertation consists of the Translation Work done by each student from English to Urdu. The student has the flexibility to select the text for translation from any (1) Journalistic writing such as News, Editorial Column, Feature etc. or (2)any literary writing, for example, Short story, Novel Dastan, Article, etc. The translation work should be covered in at least 7 (seven) pages of A4 size. The student has to provide Xerox copy/copies of the original English texts selected along with his/her translation work for evaluation.

Marks allotted to this report is 60

Marks allotted for lthe translation work is 20

Note : Total marks of MTU 424 Project Report (Part A & B) is thus = 60+20+20 = 100

Post-Graduate Diploma in Energy Management (PGDENM)

Background to the programme : Government of India formulated a Vision of electrifying all villages by 2007 and electrification of house- holds by 2012. It is estimated that over 100,000 MW of additional capacity will be required by 2012. It is also estimated that for building over 100,000 MW of additional capacity and associated transmission & distribution infrastructure nearly Rs.800, 000 cores of investments would be needed in the current and next plan periods.

With the liberalization of power sector, private investors are participating in the development of power sector in India along with the Government and Public Sector Power utilities. Till now power utilities in India are technology driven organizations, implementing administrative directives from the state governments. With the entry of FIIs and private investors into the power sector, competitive environment emerged in Indian power sector. It is incumbent on State Power Utilities to apply business prudence in all decisions and actions. These power utilities are restructuring the organization into various strategic business units. With ever increasing pressure to improve performance, taking decisions in a competitive business environment requires different managerial skills. The official to be charged with the responsibility of managing the business units should have the general management skills. It is also necessary to develop the supervisory cadre who can take on the challenges of managing their role in competitive environment. School of Management Studies deemed it appropriate to offer a one-year P.G. Diploma in Energy Management under distance education mode to impart the knowledge and skills of business managers.

To manage an organizational unit, an employee should have skills of a generalist apart from technical knowledge of the function he is assigned to manage. Important general management traits that a manager should possess include: Analytical ability, Creativity, Risk- taking ability, Planning and controlling, Communicating, Negotiating, Leading the team for achieving superior performance, and Developing and Maintaining cordial human relations in the unit. Therefore the programme is designed to develop these traits in the students.

Objectives of the programme:
- To provide base level knowledge in the area of general management and
- To impart techniques and approaches for managing the resources in the most efficient and effective manner, with specific reference to Energy Sector.

The Programme will consist of two semesters. There will be six papers in each semester, with each paper valued for 100 marks. The courses are scheduled as follows:

Term I: (January - June)
DENM 411 : Management and Organisational Effectiveness
DENM 412 : Accounting and Financial Management
DENM 413 : Human Resource Management
DENM 414 : Marketing Management
DENM 415 : Quantitative Techniques and Research Methodology
DENM 416 : Energy Management for Sustainable Development- (Paper-1)

Term II: (July - December)
DENM 421 : Business Law including Electricity Act 2003
DENM 422 : Decision Support Systems and Management Information System
DENM 423 : Tariff Structure and Analysis
DENM 424 : Project Development and Management
DENM 425 : Energy Management for Sustainable Development- (Paper-2)
DENM 426 : Project Work

Brief introduction of the content of the courses

DENM- 411 : Management and Organizational Effectiveness: it introduces the latest concepts and techniques of managing organizations in competitive environment such as risk management, IT in management, quality management and management control systems. It also familiarizes the basic organizational processes to bring about organizational effectiveness and change.

DENM- 412 : Accounting and Finance for Managers: The basic purpose of this course is to develop an insight of postulates, principles and techniques of accounting and utilization of financial and accounting information for planning, decision- making and control. It also acquaints the students with the broad framework of financial management in competitive environment, deals with latest topics such as financial risk management, value-based management and financial modeling.

DENM- 413 : Human Resource Management: In a complex world of industry and business, organizational efficiency is largely dependent on the contribution made by the human resource of the organization. This course is to sensitize students to the various aspects of managing people and to create an understanding of the various policies and latest practices of human resource management.

DENM- 414 : Marketing Management: this course familiarizes the basic concepts of marketing function and deals with latest techniques such as customer relationship management.

DENM- 415 : Quantitative Techniques and Research Methodology: This course familiarizes the students with some basic statistical and linear programming techniques, focus however, is in their applications in business decision- making. This course also introduces the basic techniques in conducting management research.

DENM- 416 : Energy Management for Sustainable Development- (Paper-1): this course introduces the basic postulates in energy economics, environmental dimensions, organization for energy management, and deals with global scenario on energy management, Role of International agencies on energy, Policy initiatives in India for energy management, and related issues, at national level and state level.

DENM- 421 : Business Laws including Electricity Act and Taxation: The course facilitates the students in understanding basic laws affecting the operations of a business enterprise. This course also deals with important laws specific to energy sector such as Electricity Act, 2003.

DENM- 422 : Decision Support Systems and Management Information System: in today?s competitive business environment, the organizations should leverage the power of information technology for improving information system and design the architecture for decision support system to help the management in strategic decision-making. This course is designed to introduce the concepts of Management Information System and develop the basic understanding of the decision support system of the artificial intelligence for business organization.

DENM- 423 : Tariff Structure and Analysis: the manager is expected to be proficient in designing the tariff relating to the services rendered by the organization. This course provides thorough understanding of the tariff making and analysis. It also familiarizes the procedure for filing of returns with regulatory commissions.

DENM- 424 : Project Development and Management: project development and management is a multi-disciplinary function in any organisation. A manager is expected to understand the concepts and techniques used from conception of a project till project is commissioned for commercial use. This course is designed to provide basic understanding of concepts of project management and approaches used in practice for developing and managing projects under different situations. It also focuses on managing various risks in project?s life cycle.

DENM- 425 : Energy Management for Sustainable Development- (Paper-2): This course would equip the students with knowledge and skills needed in managing energy for sustainable development, by developing non-conventional sources of energy and using efficiency, conservation and conversion technologies for organizational use at a macro-level. Techno-economic aspects of various operating decisions taken by organizations for complying with regulatory mandates will also be discussed.

DENM- 426 : Project Work: In order to gain the experience of applying academic knowledge/ management techniques in real life situation, the student is expected to undertake a project on any managerial issue/ problem in his/her organization under the guidance of a senior manager of his organization or a management expert to be approved by programme coordinator. The dissertation duly authenticated by the guide should be submitted to the University by the end of the academic year for evaluation.

Programme Delivery

Center for Distance Education of the University of Hyderabad will arrange to supply the study material at the beginning of each semester. In addition the students can seek clarification on academic matters through e-mail.

Contact Classes and Management Development Programmes

The contact classes will be held for about 10 days at the end of each semester just before the beginning of the semester-end examinations. In order to develop soft skills for the students, General Management Programmes with modules such as Leadership development, Finance and Accounts, IT skills etc. will be conducted during contact classes. These are held on non-residential basis at the University campus, Hyderabad. However the outstation students are given accommodation in the university campus on a nominal charge as per rules of the University. In addition the participation in these classes / programmes will carry a weight age of 20%, in the over?all assessment of the students.

The pedagogy of General Management Programmes:

(a) Case analysis (b) Group discussions and presentations (c) Video presentation (d) Interaction with the Senior Managers of the Energy industry and (e) Visits to the industry
Target group

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.
Any graduate seeking a career in energy industry.

Post-Graduate Diploma in Criminal Justice & Forensic Science (PGDCJ&FS)

Introduction: Despite the advances in science and Technology and Establishment of well equipped Forensic Science institutions at state and central government level and well structured Justice System from Supreme Court to High courts and local courts, the common man in India is still lamenting that the nature and quality of Justice available to them is far from satisfactory.

At the national and state level, many changes are being brought about at various levels to ensure justice to all in judicial, police, prosecution and Forensic Science administration, but with a limited success.

This will be a one year Diploma course consisting of six courses; three courses each in two semesters. The first semester is dedicated to criminal justice component and the second semester to Forensic sciences.

Each course consists of 15 units of academic inputs. Each course carries hundred marks for end of course evaluation, totaling to 600 marks.

This Programme will have the following structure:

Term I: (January - June)
CJ 411 : Sociological, Psychological and Criminological aspects of crime
CJ 412 : Criminal law and other related subjects
CJ 413 : Criminal justices system in India

Term II: (July - December)
FS 421 : Introduction to Forensic Science & Forensic Physical Sciences
FS 422 : Forensic Chemical & Biological Sciences
FS 423 : Forensic Medicine Psychology, Arts& Engineering

P.G. Diploma in Governance (PGDG)

Introduction: Governance has come to define one of the frontier areas of reach in the social sciences. There is growing interest in the political and policy domain concerning the meaning and content governance in a globalizing world. Governance issues have serious policy implementations in terms of reform of public institutions towards greater transparency, efficiency and accountability. Civil society groups call for a more inclusive and participatory governance thus restoring to governance issues a political dimension. Thus the significance of governance as an emerging area of research and practice cannot be overemphasized.

Objectives/Target groups: This post graduate diploma aims to give Post-graduate students a cutting edge by training them to think and write about governance using their own disciplinary training, be it in sociology or economics or history or political science. It is also oriented to college teachers who may wish to enhance their skills and reorient their teaching interests. It is also aimed at professionals (advocates, entrepreneurs) and administrators who may be interested in issues such as best practice and accountability as well as E-governance.

This Programme will have the following structure:

Term I: (January - June)
DG 411 : Governance--Theories and Concepts
DG 412 : Public Management
DG 413 : Themes and Issues in Governance

Term II: (July - December)

Post-Graduate Diploma in Bhuddist Studies (PGDBS)

Introduction: The need for a fresh look to preserve, promote and perpetuate Buddhism learning from the original sources particularly composed in the Pal language, is rather vital to the study of Buddhism with internationally Established standards and approved parameters. The Buddhist contributions to the world with its countless ramifications with the indelible marks on the world is writing systems, art, architecture, science, technology, philosophy, literature and polity have always been an indicator of the Human progress in the march of the global civilization.

In light of the above, University of Hyderabad has introduced a one year Post-Graduate Diploma Programme on Buddhist Studies to be commenced from July 2009 comprising 6 papers distributed equally in 2 semester is with following course contents

This Programme will have the following structure:

Term I: (January - June)
DBS 411 : Foundation Course in Buddhism
DBS 412 : Buddhist Language
DBS 413 : Buddhist Literature

Term II: (July - December)
DBS 421 : Growth of Buddhism
DBS 422 : Buddhist Art and Architecture
DBS 423 : Contemporary Buddhism

Post-Graduate Diploma in Medicinal Botony (PGDMB)

9.17 Medicinal Botany
The beneficial uses of plants to the human health have along 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 development 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 program is designed for Forest and Agricultural scientists and officers Extension specialists and agent, Newcrop researchers, Pharmaceutical and industry representatives, Governmental 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.

Post-Graduate Diploma in Human Rights (PGDHR)

Introduction: The Programme has been conceived and designed by Human Rights Programme of the Department of Political Science under the School of Social Sciences. Now the Human Rights Programme is 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 International relations and Political theory. 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(UPE) and Centre for Distance Education.

This Programme will have the following structure:

Term I: (January - June)
DHR 411 : Human Rights - Philosophical Foundations
DHR 412 : Human Rights - Historical Perspective
DHR 413 : Human Rights in India: The Constitutional & Legal Framework

Term II: (July - December)
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

P.G. Diploma in Translation Studies in Hindi (PGDTSH)

Introduction: The programmes has been designed keeping in view the need for large number of Hindi Translators, Hindi Officers and other personnel required in the Hindi Cells of the Govt. Departments, Public Sector Undertakings and other organizations who receive substantial grants from the Govt. 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 having equivalent proficiency.

This Programme will have the following structure:

Term I: (January - June)
DTSH 411 : Theory and Practical Problems in Translation
DTSH 412 : Tools in Translation; Computer and Languages
DTSH 413 : Literary Translation

Term II: (July - December)
DTSH 421 : Functional Approach to Translation Activity
DTSH 422 : Translation Interpretation and Evaluation
DTSH 423 : Scientific & Technical Translation

Post-Graduate Diploma in Tele-Communications (PGDTC)

Introduction: The Programme is designed keeping in view the need for a large number of qualified persons in Telecommunications sector both in Government and Private industry. The Programme will concentrate more on the practical aspects and the students are expected to find employment in the ever-growing Telephone and other related industries.

This Programme will have the following structure:

Term I: (January - June)
DTC 411 : Principles of Communications
DTC 412 : Digital Circuits in Tele-communications
DTC 413 : Digital Signal Processing and its Applications to Telecommunications

Term II: (July - December)
DTC 421 : Microwave, Satellite and Mobile Communications
DTC 422 : Switching Technologies, Net-working & 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.

We are negotiating with BSNL for providing Practical training at the Regional Telecom Training Center (RTTC), Hyderabad. The RTTC is a Regional Center of the Department of Telecom, Govt. of India established for training of personnel recruited for their Department.

The Programme was conceived by the Principal Scientific Officer, Central Instrumentation Lab and the Facultyof the School of Physics. The School of Physics, apart from a Two ? year M.Sc, Physics, is offering a Three-Year Programme in M.Sc (Tech) Electronics. Research facilities exist in Quantum Optics, Laser Physics, Condensed matter and Material Science, Super conductivity, Thin Films, Surface Physics and Electronics so on.

Post-Graduate Diploma in Computer Application in Indian Languages (PGDCAIL)

Introduction: The course is meant for the users of the Indian Languages, particularly, to 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. Teaching training in the use of language in electronic mode, 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. This is significant in the era of languages processing and machine translation. Please contact for further details.

This Programme will have the following structure:

Term I: (January - June)
CAIL 411 : Nature of Natural Languages & Computing
CAIL 412 : Discovering Language - Units of expression
CAIL 413 : Language Modelling

Term II: (July - December)
CAIL 421 : Language Application
CAIL 422 : Writers' Utilities and authoring system
CAIL 423 : Machine Translation

P.G. Diploma in Mass communication and translation techniques in Telugu (PGDMC&TTT)

Introduction: The Media has an enormous influence &impact on the society. With the advent of the satellite communication system revolutionary changes occurred in the media world wide. Both the print and electronic media have been subjected to this influences and as a result, are progressing with renewed rigor and vigor, the Media is providing many attractive job opportunities to the educated unemployed youth, who can readily respond to the incidents occurring in the society. In order to grab these opportunities they must be in a position to communicate well and to investigate into the root causes of the same. The aim of this course is to reach such youth and strengthen their skills of Telugu Language with reference to the media requirements.

The course is designed for the following Target group:

Graduated unemployed youth.
Those who are working in the media without any forma! Training in its functioning.
The educated youth aspiring for a bright career in media.
Those who are educated and desire to know the functioning of the media.

This Programme will have the following structure:

Term I: (January - June)
MCTT 411 : Foundation in Mass Media
MCTT 412 : Reporting Methods -Language
MCTT 413 : Translation Techniques

Term II: (July - December)
MCTT 421 : Electronic Media
MCTT 422 : Electronic Media- Writing Techniques MCTT
MCTT 423 : Project

i. Print Media or

ii.Electronic Media

Faculty members are drawn from the department of Telugu, University of Hyderabad, Other Universities, and from the Media.

Post Graduate Diploma in Sustainable Rural Development (PGDSRD)

Introduction : Student Support Services:
Learning resources
Printed self-instructional material
- Audio-visual cassettes and educational CDs/VCDs.
- Web-based on-line learning resources (include videographed lectures)
- Networked video-conferencing at selected centers
- Two compulsory Contact sessions of 6-7 days each, one in 1st Semester and another in 2nd Semester will be conducted in NIRD : UoH, Hyderabad: NERC of NIRD, Guwahati; ERC of NIRD, Patna and in select centers in each state/region of the country.

Course Structure and Contents:

The Programme will be offered in two semesters and have 35 credits. 1st Semester will have 15 credits and 2nd, 20 credits. One credit is equal to 30 hours of study. The Programme will have four courses plus project in 1st Semester and three courses plus project in the 2nd Semester.

Ist Semester
SRD 501 : Sustainable Rural Development: Themes & Perspectives (4 credits)
SRD 502 : Development: Methods and Techniques (4 credits)
SRD 503 : Policies and Programmes for Rural Development (4 credits)
SRD 504 : Resources and Livelihoods (4 credits)
SRD 508 A: Project-Phase I: Identification and Design of a Project (3 credits)

2nd Semester
SRD 505 : Project Planning and Management (4 credits)
SRD 506 : Stakeholders in Rural Development (4 credits)
SRD 507 : Appropriate Technologies and Practices for Sustainable Development (4 credits)
SRD 508 B: Project-Phase II: Fieldwork, Data Collection, Analysis and Report (4 credits)

Certificate Course in French (CCF)

Introduction: The Course is jointly offered with Alliance Francaise authorised by French government.The Certificate Course in French in 6 months duration.It will have 2 contact Programme.The First Contact programme 3-4 days immediately after Admission Process and Second contact Programme will be after 4 Months of Admission at the end of Courses.The Second contact programme will be for 5 days and it is followed with the Examination.The Minimum Qualification for Admission to above course is 10+2.

This Programme will have the following structure:

Term I: (January - June)
DCED 411 : Consumerism
DCED 412 : Consumer Protection Laws
DCED 413 : Consumer Protection Act, 1986

Term II: (July - December)
DCED 421 : Consumer and Society
DCED 422 : Consumer Case Laws
DCED 423 : Project Work

Certificate Course in German (CCG)

Introduction: The Course is Jointly offered with Goethe Zentrum authorised by German Government .The Certificate Course in German in 6 months duration.It will have 2 contact Programme.The First Contact programme 3-4 days immediately after Admission Process and Second contact Programme will be after 4 Months of Admission at the end of Courses.The Second contact programme will be for 5 days and it is followed with the Examination.The Minimum Qualification for Admission to above course is 10+2.The Course is offered with Online counseling with Software on Phonetics.

This Programme will have the following structure:

Term I: (January - June)
DCED 411 : Consumerism
DCED 412 : Consumer Protection Laws
DCED 413 : Consumer Protection Act, 1986

Term II: (July - December)
DCED 421 : Consumer and Society
DCED 422 : Consumer Case Laws
DCED 423 : Project Work

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