As per the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023, University of Hyderabad was in the rank band 301-340 for Sociology
University of Hyderabad Admission 2023: CUET PG registration process has started.
GATE 2023 answer key is out. Candidates can check the same at gate.iitk.ac.in.
University of Hyderabad admissions 2023: Registrations for CUET UG 2023 for admission to UG courses have started. Candidates can register at cuet.samarth.ac.in till March 12, 2023.
University of Hyderabad admissions 2023: NTA has released the JEE Main results 2023 for session 1. Candidates can check the same by visiting ntaresults.nic.in using their application number and date of birth.
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For University of Hyderabad admission in M.Tech courses, GATE 2023 answer key is out on February 22, 2023.
|GATE 2023 Results||March 16, 2023|
|GATE 2023 Answer-key Released||February 22, 2023|
|GATE 2023 Examination||February 4, 5, 11 and 12, 2023|
|GATE 2023 Admit Card Released||January 9, 2023|
University of Hyderabad was established as a central university on October 2, 1974, by Act of Parliament (Act No. 39 of 1974) and is located in Gachibowli, Hyderabad. The university is wholly funded by the University Grants Commission. As per NIRF Ranking 2022, University of Hyderabad bagged 20th rank in the overall category with a score of 59.67, 10th rank in the university category with a score of 61.71, 27th rank in the research category with a score of 50.52, and 94th rank in the management category with a score of 42.62. On the historic Hyderabad-Bombay route, the University of Hyderabad campus covers 2,300 acres of land. University of Hyderabad infrastructure consists of several buildings for academic demands.
It offers several courses at PG, and doctoral levels. The University of Hyderabad courses includes integrated M.Sc., integrated MA, MFA, MCA, M.Tech, and PhD to name a few. The admissions are done on the basis of entrance exams. University of Hyderabad admissions for the integrated PG programmes are done on the basis of CUET UG. The UoH MCA admissions are done through NIMCET, M.Tech done are done through GATE, MBA admissions are done through CAT, and for the rest of the PG courses, admissions are done on the basis of CUET PG.
Some of the University of Hyderabad facilities include well-equipped laboratories, auditoriums, ICT classrooms, a gym, an ATM, a library, a mess, retail facilities, health centre and many more. In addition, the institution offers various schools and study centres on the main campus in Gachibowli. Several of the university's schools and departments have received financial support from the University Grants Commission for excellence in teaching and research under the Special Assistance Programme and COSIST. Moreover, University of Hyderabad scholarships include various online and offline scholarships and fellowships. They are provided to meritious students as well as need-based students. Coming to the University of Hyderabad placement reports 2022, the UoH highest salary package recorded was Rs 23 LPA. Some of the top recruiters in UoH placements are Tata Consultancy Services, Deloitte, Oracle, Accenture, Novartis, Next Education, General Electric, Quadratyx, Sprint Talent, etc
|Campus size||2300 acres|
|No. of departments||20+|
|NIRF Ranking 2022||Overall-20|
|No. of courses offered||12+ courses across various streams|
|Entrance exam accepted||CUET, NIMCET, CAT, GATE, UGC NET, CSIR NET|
|Types of scholarships||Merit-based and Need-based|
|University of Hyderabad Information Brochure 2022|
|NIRF Ranking Category||NIRF Ranking 2022||NIRF Ranking 2022 Score|
|QS Asia University Ranking 2023||QS Asia University Score|
University of Hyderabad courses includes UG, PG, and PhD degree programmes. Apart from the regular degree programme, the University also offers distance education. These courses offered are in engineering, art, humanities and social sciences, sciences, education, commerce, computer application and IT, and management and business administration. For all the courses offered at University of Hyderabad, the eligibility criteria set are different from one another. As per the University of Hyderabad eligibility criteria, candidates need to have at least 60% marks in graduation along with a valid score in NIMCET to confirm their seat in the MCA programme. Similarly, the University of Hyderabad fees also vary from course to course. Candidates can check in detail the University of Hyderabad fees structure below. The table below contains details University of Hyderabad courses, their duration, and the eligibility criteria for admission.
|IMSc||10||10+2 or equivalent examination with a minimum of 60% marks in the aggregate with relevant subjects|
|Master of Optometry||12|
|M.Sc.||4||Passed graduation with 60% marks in the aggregate with relevant subjects.|
Passed graduation with 60% marks
Valid NIMCET score
Graduation with 50% marks.
Valid CAT score
|MA||4||Must have passed graduation with relevant subjects.|
|Master of Public Health (MPH)||4||Must have passed graduation with relevant subjects|
BE/ BTech in the relevant stream from a recognized university
GATE/ University Entrance Exam
Must have passed 10+2 with 75% marks in relevant stream
Valid JEE Main score
Master’s degree in the relevant stream with an aggregate of 55%
Valid UGC NET/ CSIR NET/ University Entrance Exam score
|Integrated MSc /PhD.||4-16||-|
|Certificate course in Publishing||3 months||-|
|Course||Fee (1 year in Rs)|
|MA Courses in Humanities/ Social Sciences/ Economics & Certificate Course in Publishing||5,960|
|Integrated M.Sc. (M. Optometry)||26,075|
|M.Sc. in Mathematics/Statistics/ Physics||7,260|
|M.Sc. in Chemistry/ Plant Biology & Biotechnology/ Molecular Microbiology/ Ocean and Atmospheric Science/ Neural & Cognitieve Science||8,485|
|Integrated M.Sc. in Sciences /Applied Geology||8,485|
|M.Sc. Animal Biology & Biotechnology||11,485|
|M.Sc. Health Psychology||16,375|
|MPA Dance/ Theatre Arts / Music||7,410|
|M.F.A. Painting/ Print Making/ Sculpture/ Art History||8,660|
|MA Communication (Media Practice)||15,975|
|MA Communication (Media Studies)||13,975|
|MBA Business Analytics||1,25,485|
|MBA. Health Care||61,410|
|Master of Public Health (MPH)||61,410|
|Integrated M.Tech (CS)||26,715|
|M.Tech. (CS / AI / IT/ IC Technology & Bioinformatics/ Materials Engineering||26,715|
|M.Tech (Nanoscience & Technology)||28,215|
|M.Tech ( Information Security/ Modelling & Simulation)||50,000|
|Ph.D. (Full-time) Humanities /Social Sciences and Economics||6,725|
|Ph.D. (Full – time) Mathematics / Statistics-OR/ Computer Science/ Physics/ Electronics Science and Engineering, Management Studies, S.N.School, & Psychology||8,130|
|PhD Chemistry / Life Sciences/ ACRHEM/ Earth & Space Science/ Medical Sciences||9,205|
|Int. M.Sc./ PhD Biotechnology||9,205|
|Int. M.Sc./PhD Biochemistry & Molecular Biology / Int. M.Sc./Ph.D Animal Biology & Biotechnology||9,325|
|PhD. Materials Engineering, Nano Science & Technology||15,855|
|Integrated MSc /PhD.|
|Courses (1 year)||Fees in Rs.||Eligibility|
|Diploma in Project Management (DPM)||19,000||Must hold a bachelor’s degree from any recognized University.|
|Diploma in Library Automation & Networking (DLAN)||15,000|
|Diploma in Business Management (DBM)||19,000|
|Diploma in Cyber Laws & Intellectual Property Rights (DCL& IPR)||20,000|
|Diploma in Communicative English (DCE)||9,000|
|Diploma in Criminal Justice & Forensic Science (DCJ & FS)||18,000|
|Diploma in Panchayat Raj Governance & Rural Development (DPRG & RD)||10,000|
|Diploma in Hospital Management (DHM)||60,000|
|Diploma in Health Care Management (DHCM)||60,000|
|Diploma in Technology Management in Agriculture (DTMA)||25,000||Must hold a master’s degree or have 2 years of experience with a bachelor's degree|
|Diploma in Education Technology Management (DETM)||25,000|
|Diploma in Infection Prevention and Control (DIPC)||50,000||Have a bachelor’s degree in subjects related to Health, Medical, Nursing, and Allied Health Science or have 2 years of experience in the Health Care Sector with a bachelor's degree.|
|Diploma in Telecom Technology & Management (DTTM)||40,000||Must hold an engineering degree or equivalent from a recognized University|
|Diploma in Community Eye Health (DCEH)||50,000||Must hold bachelor’s degree in the field of Medicine, Ayush, Nursing, Allied Health Science, Optometry, or any subject of biology|
University of Hyderabad admissions are done on the basis of entrance exams. For UoH admission 2023 in integrated PG course, candidates need to qualify CUET UG 2023. For University of Hyderabad admission in MCA and MBA courses, candidates have to qualify the NIMCET and CAT, respectively. Similarly, for rest of the University of Hyderabad PG courses, candidates need to qualify CUET PG 2023. Candidates will be evaluated on the basis of GATE scores for admission in M.Tech courses. For Integrated M.Tech Computer Science admission, candidates will be allotted seats at the University of Hyderabad through CSAB counselling based on their JEE Mains scores. Candidates who have appeared and qualified in GAT-B conducted by RCB Faridabad will be allowed admission to the M.Sc Biotechnology course at the University of Hyderabad.
|General Candidate||Rs 600|
|EWS Candidate||Rs 550|
|OBC Candidate||Rs 400|
|SC/ ST/ PWD candidate||Rs 275|
University of Hyderabad seat allotment in its various courses is done on the basis of University of Hyderabad cut off 2023. University of Hyderabad will accept candidates for admission in its integrated PG programme on the basis of CUET UG cutoff 2023. For admission in PG courses, CUET PG cut off 2023 will be considered. CUET cutoff 2023 will be released once the results are out. Candidates can check their CUET UG 2023 results, at cuet.samarth.ac.in. They can check their CUET PG 2023 results at cuet.nta.nic.in.
For MCA and MBA admission, NIMCET 2023 score and CAT 2022 score is considered for admission in 2023. Similarly, for M.Sc Biotechnology admission GAT-B cut off 2023 will be considered. For M.Tech admission GATE 2023 scores will be the ultimate basis of seat allotment in the CCMT counselling. Meanwhile, candidates can go through the University of Hyderabad previous year cutoff. This will help the candidate assess the cutoff trends of University of Hyderabad.
Following are the last year University of Hyderabad cut off for its popular courses:
|PG Programme||Category||Max GATE Score||Min GATE Score|
|Nanoscience and Technology||OBC-NCL||352||352|
|PG Programme||Open Seat||EWS Seat||OBC-NCL Seat||SC Seat||ST Seat|
|Manufacturing Science and Engineering||686||465||373||373||406||331||404||324||259||259|
|Nanoscience and Technology||616||400||0||0||331||329||232||177||259||259|
|Integrated Circuits Technology||588||508||472||455||483||426||479||293||245||245|
|Quota||Seat Type||Gender||Opening Rank||Closing Rank|
The University of Hyderabad's placement record has been extraordinary in the past few years. University of Hyderabad placement 2022 is now over, and about 185 companies visited in the University of Hyderabad placement drive. The highest package offered was Rs 23 LPA. As per the UoH placement report 2022, the placement percentage was 100% with 485 offers received and 485 students being placed across top companies. All the placement-related activities are taken care of by the University of Hyderabad placement cell. Highlighted below are the placement statistics for 2022 :
|No. of recruiters||185+|
|No. of offers made||485|
|Number of students placed||485|
|Highest CTC||Rs 23 LPA|
|Dr Reddy’s||ICICI Bank||Tech Mahindra|
|THIN CI||Barclay||Aganitha cognitive solutions|
|HSBC||Synchrony Financial||Aakash Institute|
|3I infotech||One Convergence||Adobe|
University of Hyderabad scholarship programmes for undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students provide students with financial aid while rewarding academic success. The University of Hyderabad scholarship programmes are given below.
Other scholarships are also given are-
|D. S. Kothari Postdoctoral Fellowship||Post-Doctoral Fellowship for Women||Post-Doctoral Fellowship to SC/ St Candidate|
|Dr S. Radharkrishnan Post Doctoral Fellowship In Humanities And Social Sciences||PG GATE Scholarship for M.Tech students – through the AICTE portal||Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR)-JRF (through CSIR-UGC NET)|
|CSIR Senior Research Fellowship (SRF)-Direct||CSIR- Dr Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Fellowship (SPMF)||Prime Minister’s Research Fellow (PMRF) Scheme|
|Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)– JRF/SRF/RA Fellowship||Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) – Doctoral Fellowship||Indian Council for Philosophical Research (ICPR) Fellowship|
|National Board for Higher Mathematics (NBHM) Fellowship||DST – Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research (INSPIRE) Fellowship||DBT- Junior Research Fellowship (JRF)|
|Sc. DBT Fellowship (for MSc Biotechnology students)||UGC Non-NET Fellowship under recurring grant||-|
The University of Hyderabad campus is spread over 2300 acres of land, and is located at Gachibowli, Hyderabad. It is home to over 16 schools and special centres, classroom complexes, student, professor, and residential staff quarters, a 24-hour healthcare centre, and an administration block. Furthermore, the UoH campus has a sports field for indoor and outdoor games, a gym, an ATM, a library, a mess, and retail facilities. All of the University of Hyderabad facilities mentioned are well-maintained and are available to the university community at no cost. The university also often participates in inter-university tournaments and contests, sending university teams to these events after thorough preparation.
The Indira Gandhi Memorial Library is named after Mrs Indira Gandhi, the late Prime Minister of India. On October 21, 1988, the late Dr Shankar Dayal Sharma, the then Vice President of India, unveiled the library building. There are thousands of books, serials, theses, dissertations, project reports, e-journals, entrance exam papers, and periodicals in the library. Students can access all of this online; they only need to visit to the University of Hyderabad official website and enter their login id and password. On weekdays, the library is open from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm, and on weekends, holidays, and public holidays, it is open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
The campus has 23 hostels that house around 5000 male and female students. University of Hyderabad hostels are located on north and south campuses to allow students to be closer to their study/research departments. The university's reservation system applies to the hostel assignment process as well. Each UoH hostel has one or two wardens, security guards, and wi-fi facilities. 9 out of 23 hostels have dining facilities as well.
University of Hyderabad has sports, games, and yoga facilities for the university community to participate in various games, sports, and fitness activities. The university has a cricket pavilion, running track (400 meters), volleyball court, kho-kho, open karate dojo, badminton court, 4000 sq. feet fitness centre, 4000 sq. feet indoor sports hall which has sports like table tennis, caroms, and chess. It also has a well-maintained grass football field, two synthetic tennis courts, a cemented basketball court, a state-of-the-art fitness centre exclusively for women and a yoga centre for yoga practice and teaching. A well-trained yoga instructor teaches yoga classes, making the campus community more aware of yogic practices and keeping them functionally fit and healthy.
The Central Tools Laboratory (CIL) is a central facility equipped with cutting-edge advanced analytical instruments to serve university academics and researchers. It was founded in 1979 and provided SEM, Confocal Microscopy, Spectroscopy (X-Rays, UV-VIS-IR), Spin Resonance Studies, and Vibrating Magnetometer equipment. Currently, students have access to the following amenities:
The campus has three guest houses: Lake View Guest, Visiting Scholar Hostel, and Silver Jubilee Block. Each guest house has a dining facility, air conditioners, wi-fi, and a generator.
The University of Hyderabad campus includes two shopping complexes, each on the north and south campuses. Canteens, salons, and grocery store/s are all found in the shopping complexes.
Both the north and south campuses of University of Hyderabad have two food courts.
A post office is available next to the University of Hyderabad guest house. It is operational between 9:30 am and 5 pm. Speed Post, Registered Mail, and Stamps are all available at the post office.
Three ATMs are located on campus: one near the University of Hyderabad administration building, one near the Tagore International House (south campus), and one near the shopping complex (north).
The health centre provides comprehensive basic health care and emergency medical services 24*7. Ex-students, servant quarters residents, sanitary staff, security staff, housekeeping staff, various project staff, Kendriya Vidyalaya campus school students, data entry operators, and various other non-entitled people working in the university can benefit from the facility.
The support services which are available at the health centre are-
Regular counselling services are regularly offered to University of Hyderabad students in need. Several psychological concerns are addressed in therapy sessions, including anxiety, depression, family troubles, friendship issues, loneliness and rejection, relationship issues, etc.
The equal opportunity cell is dedicated to social justice and fairness. The University of Hyderabad guarantees that all of its students get a high-quality education without prejudice. The University of Hyderabad is committed to delivering excellent student support programmes tailored to students' needs. The officer investigates any differentiation, exclusion, limitation, or preference that can effect or hinder equal treatment in education.
Ragging is taken quite seriously at the University of Hyderabad. The university has established an anti-ragging unit. Students who are discovered to be engaging in ragging may suffer harsh consequences, including dismissal from the institution. They provide students with the facility to call the squad if they notice any ragging occurrence.
|Member||Dept/ Office (2313)||Email ID|
|Dean, Student's Welfare||2500/ email@example.com|
|Dr Ch. Krishna Reddy||3104/ 2507||-|
|Prof. AK Sahoo||4822||-|
|Dr Naresh K. Sepuri||4531||-|
|Point of Contact||Phone|
|Finance Officer||(040) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Controller of Examinations|
|Internal Audit Officeremail@example.com|
|Dean of Students’ Welfare|
|Deputy Dean, Students’ Welfare|
|Chief Warden||(040) 2313 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Director CC, CNF:|
|Chief Proctor||(040) email@example.com|
|Principal Scientific Officer (CIL)|
|Director (Physical Education)||(040) firstname.lastname@example.org|
Academic Staff College
|Director (Distance Education): Dr S. Jeelani|
|Director (International Affairs)||(040)email@example.com|
|Chief Medical Officer|
|Public Relations Officer|
|Health Centre (For Tele Medicine Purpose)||9440227517 (Available 24 x7)||-|
|School of Mathematics and Statistics|
|School of Physics|
|School of Chemistry|
|School of Life Sciences|
|School of Humanities|
|School of Social Sciences|
|Sarojini Naidu School of Arts & Communication|
|School of Management Studies|
|School of Medical Sciences||(040) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|School of Engineering Sciences & Technology|
|School of Economics|
|School of Computer and Information Sciences|
|BA+MA3 Courses||Annual FeeN/A|
|BSc+MSc2 Courses||Annual FeeN/A|
|M.Phil9 Courses||Annual FeeN/A|
|MSc8 Courses||Annual FeeN/A|
|M.Tech6 Courses||Annual Fee₹ 1,460 - 15,730|
|MPA3 Courses||Annual FeeN/A|
|MBA2 Courses||Annual Fee₹ 32,930|
|MCA1 Courses||Annual Fee₹ 15,840|
|MFA1 Courses||Annual FeeN/A|
|MPH1 Courses||Annual FeeN/A|
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#94 Ranked in 2022
Overall: I completed my master's in computer-integrated manufacturing from the University of Hyderabad and I couldn't be more thankful to join this university for my degree. My experience at the university is nothing less than a "dream comes true" experience. The teachers and staff were the highlights of my journey at the university. I learned so many things about life that wouldn't be possible otherwise.
Infrastructure: The university's infrastructure is one of the major highlights while studying at the University of Hyderabad. It has a green, luscious campus that gives rest and peace to visitors. It helps us students to concentrate better on our studies. All the practical laboratories of my course were highly maintained with modern equipment. The canteen of the university is always bustling with youth and a great attraction.
Faculty: The faculty of the university is highly qualified. They have extensive knowledge in their education sphere. They impart their knowledge to the students in the best possible way. They treat all the students equally and support us to participate in extra-curricular activities along with academics. They help us to grow in all sectors of our life, which helps us to become a better version of ourselves. I cannot be more thankful to the teachers for their support.
Overall: Overall: The University of Hyderabad is generally well-regarded, with a strong reputation in several academic areas, particularly in the natural sciences and humanities. Students praise the university for its quality of teaching and research facilities, while also highlighting the diverse student community and cultural atmosphere. Placement: The University of Hyderabad has a good track record for placements, with a high percentage of students securing jobs in various industries, including IT, research, and teaching. The university has strong ties with various companies and organizations, providing students with numerous opportunities for internships and job placements. However, some students have reported that the placement process can be competitive and may not be suitable for all career paths. Overall, the university's placement cell is considered to be well-organized and supportive, but the job market outlook may vary based on individual circumstances and the current economic conditions. Infrastructure: The University of Hyderabad has well-maintained infrastructure, with modern and spacious classrooms, well-equipped laboratories, libraries, and sports facilities. The campus is sprawling and has a pleasant and eco-friendly environment, providing a comfortable and conducive atmosphere for learning and research. However, some students have reported that the campus can be difficult to navigate, and there have been some complaints about maintenance and upkeep of facilities. Overall, the university's infrastructure is considered to be good, providing students with the necessary resources and facilities for their academic and personal development.