The University of Hyderabad is inviting online application forms for its entrance examinations and admissions for the academic session 2021-22, to various courses. A total of 2328 seats being offered for admissions to 117 courses. The application process will be open from June 21 to July 20.
The entrance exams will be held online/offline mode at 39 centres across the country during August/September 2021. However, the university will not conduct its entrance exam at those centres where the number of applications received is less than 300. There are 2328 seats being offered for admissions to 117 courses.
This includes 17 integrated courses, 46 PG courses, 10 MTech and 44 PhD programmes. The university will also offer three new courses this year onwards– MTech (Modelling and Simulation), MPA (Music) and a certificate course in Publishing.
The admission to the nine MTech courses will be through centralised counselling of MTech (CCMT) of the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) . The admission to 5-year Integrated MTech (Computer Science) will be through the central seat allocation board (CSAB) of JEE. Besides, the admission to MBA will be done through CAT score; MSc Biotechnology is through GAT-B, conducted by RCB Faridabad and MTech (Modelling and Simulation) through GATE scores. The admission to the MCA course will be based on NIMCET scores.
The University of Hyderabad is a public research university located in Hyderabad, India. Established in 1974. University of Hyderabad (UoH) had The President of India felicitated it with Visitor’s Award for the Best Central University in India in 2015.
It is also well known for being a Research University. Although it is mainly a public postgraduate university, it does offer MPhil and PhD programmes of 18 months and 5 years, respectively.Mmostly residential campus has more than 5,000 students and 400 faculty.
The University of Hyderabad was ranked 601–650 in the QS World University Rankings of 2020. It is ranked 15 in India overall and sixth in India among universities by the National Institutional Ranking Framework in 2020.