University of Hyderabad MBA Program 2016

University of Hyderabad MBA Admission 2016

University of Hyderabad,
Central University P.O.,
Prof. C.R.Rao Road,
Gachibowli, Hyderabad – 500 046,
Andhra Pradesh, India,
Telephone No. : 23132101 / 23132102 / 23132103,
Email :,
Website :

The Hyderabad University invites application from eligible candidate for admission to the Full Time MBA & MBA ( Health Care and Hospital Management ) Programs for the academic year 2016 – 2018.

UOH MBA Admission Eligibility Criteria 2016 :

  • The candidates applying for the MBA Program of the University of Hyderabad must have a first class Bachelor’s degree i.e. 60% aggregate.
  • The candidates in the final year of their Bachelor’s degree and will complete by June 2016 can also apply.
  • The candidate must have a valid score in CAT 2015.

MBA Entrance Exam Question Bank CD

UOH MBA Admission Application Procedure 2016 : 

  • Download the UoH MBA Admission Application Form 2016 by clicking on the link provided above.
  • Fill in the form and submit it.
  • Pay the requisite fee.
  • The candidates can pay the requisite application fee online by clicking on the link provided above. The fee for General & OBC candidates is Rs. 350/- and Rs. 150/- for ST / SC / PH candidates.

UOH MBA Admission Selection Procedure 2016 :

  • The candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of their CAT score.
  • The shortlisted candidates are required to qualify both GD/ PI to pass the final qualification process.
  • The candidates must note that IIMs have no role in the selection of the candidates or in the conduct of the exam.

UOH MBA Admission Important Dates 2016 :

Events Date
Release of Application Forms 21 September 2015
Closing Date for Application Procedure 30 November 2015
List of shortlisted candidates for Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI) to be displayed February 2016
GD & PI will be held February / March 2016
Finalising of admissions End of March
Commencement of classes 16 July 2016

The dates for releasing the list of the names of candidates for GD / PI and its date for conduct is yet to be decided. The UoH final selection result is scheduled to be released by the end of March 2016.


University of Hyderabad PG Program 2016

UoH 2015 PG Admission

Prof CR Rao Road, Gachibowli,
PO Central University, Hyderabad – 500 046,
Telephone No. : 040 – 23132102, 23132103,
Website :

University of Hyderabad invites application from eligible candidates for admission to Post Graduate Programs for the academic year 2014 – 2015.

UoH Hyderabad Admission Course Specializations 2015

  • MA and MSc ( 5 – year Integrated ) Courses : ( 10 Semesters ) ( after + 2 education ) in Mathematical Sciences, Physics, Chemical Sciences, System Biology, Optometry & Vision Sciences, Health Psychology, Earth Sciences.
  • PG Courses : ( 4 / 6 semesters ) ( after 10 + 2 + 3 education ) in Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences, Performing Arts, Fine Arts, Art History, Communication, Business Administration in Health Care and Hospital Management, Health Psychology, Master of Computer Applications and Master of Public Health.
  • Advanced PG Diploma and P.G Diploma : ( 2 semesters ) in Folk Culture Studies, Mineral Exploration, Sanskrit Computational Linguistics, Children Theatre / Theatre in Education and Health Communication.
  • MTech Programs : ( 4 semesters ) in Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, Information Technology ( CS / AI / IT ), Computational Techniques, Integrated Circuit Technology, Bioinformatics and Mineral Exploration, Materials Engineering and Nano Science and Technology.
  • MPhil Programs : ( 2 semesters ) in Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • PhD Programs : ( 2 – 5 years ) in Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences, Dance, Theatre Arts, Communication and Management studies.
  • Integrated M.Tech. / Ph.D. in Cognitive Science.
  • Integrated M.Sc. / Ph.D. in Biotechnology.

UoH Hyderabad Admission Centres for the Entrance Examinations 2014

  • Ahmedabad | Aizawl | Ananthapur | Bengaluru | Bhubaneswar | Bhopal | Calicut | Chennai | Cochin | Coimbatore | Delhi | Dimapur | Guwahati | Hyderabad | Impal | Jaipur | Jammu | Kadapa | Karimnagar | Kolkata | Lucknow | Mumbai | Nagpur | Nizamabad | Patna | Pune | Ranchi | Raipur | Shillong | Srinagar | Tirupati | Vijayawada | Visakhapatnam | Vizianagaram and Warangal.
  • The University reserves the right to cancel any of the examination centres and allot another centre closer to the centre cancelled.

UoH Hyderabad 2014 Admission Application Form

Application form has to be submitted online from 8th December, 2014 to 9th January, 2015. Before applying online, candidate will be required to have a scanned ( digital ) image of his / her photograph, signature and caste certificate in case of SC / ST / OBC category and PH / DP certificate if applicable.

Application Fees : Rupee 350/- in the case of General and OBC candidates and Rupee 150/- in the case of SC / ST / PWD ( PH ) candidates.

How to pay the Fees : 1) Through Bank Challan and 2) Online ( Net Banking )

Bank Challan : After filling the online application form the computer will generate the challan with candidate’s application number and other particulars. Take a printout of the challan and pay the fees, after 48 hours, in any Branch of State Bank of India. The bank will not collect any service charges from the candidate.

Online : After filling the online application form, the computer will generate application number. The candidate can pay the fees immediately using Online link provided on the form. The candidate has to pay the service charges as applicable.

Important Dates for UoH Hyderabad Admission 2014

  • Downloading of prospectus & submitting the online University of Hyderabad admission applications from the website : 8th December, 2014 to 9th January, 2015
  • Last date for submitting the online Applications : 9th January, 2015.
  • Download of hall tickets : 28th January, 2015.
  • Date of Entrance Exams : 8th February, 2015 – 14th February, 2015.


12 thoughts on “University of Hyderabad – UoH Admission 2016

  1. I want to pursue my UG from bachelors of arts..what courses does university offers for integrated graduation with post graduation?

  2. present i am pursuing computers final year i shall do MBA in HCU and i dont know how to join please tell me about .

  3. give me the details of admission procedure in hyderabad university. is thir possiblity of admission except CAT entrance.

  4. presently I am pursuing my B.SC final year so after my U.G I am interested doing MBA from H CU.Please get me the details about admission and the type of Entrance Test.

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University of Hyderabad in the throes of crisis

What’s ailing the University of Hyderabad ( UoH ), the biggest central university in the state which has about 500 teaching staff and 5,000 students?

It seems nothing is going right for the university – one of its academic partners fails to honour a financial agreement, recruitments are stalled, student fellowships and courses get scrapped and seats lie vacant. A clear picture of the varsity’s problems emerged at the academic council meeting held last week.

In the meet which lasted for about two hours, vice-chancellor Ramakrishna Ramaswamy was asked to explain the status of a deal struck with Dr Reddy’s lab in 2004 concerning the Institute of Life Sciences, which has come up on the university land as part of a public-private partnership program.

The institute has not paid the dues to the tune of Rs 3 crore to the varsity so far, it was alleged. The meeting concluded with the VC agreeing to move court against ILS for allegedly stalling the payment, sources present in the meeting said.

The recruitment process undertaken by the varsity was earlier challenged in the AP High Court because of alleged failure of the administration in following the reservation policy and, adding insult to injury, students went on strike, alleging that around 495 of OBC, SC and ST seats were vacant.

Besides, the student community is embittered by a sudden rollback of a scholarship program under which post graduate students were promised a monthly scholarship of Rs 1,000 each. The fellowship program is currently limited to only a handful of students.

While the administration is caught in a quagmire, academic affairs are hardly anything to write home about. The varsity had kept in abeyance the PG nursing program after the administration found it unviable. Also, currently there is an order to “examine the question of centres outside the schools of study”.

The varsity has arbitrarily planned to elevate two of the eight centres, including University Centre for Earth and Space Sciences and Centre for Neutral and Cognitive Sciences, into schools, a decision which was questioned in a recent academic council meeting. Senior faculty members say the university has gone back on a lot of its promises.

Even the non-teaching staff is up in arms as the university administration is not honouring a commitment to build a housing project for which 60 acres of land was allotted in 2010. The university, sources said, is also under pressure to implement correctional measures to prevent suicides on campus.

“A report which was submitted by a committee following the suicide of a student, P Raju, has not been yet made public as the administration does not want to implement the recommendations. In the last two months, there have been two more suicide attempts,” said a student leader.

The university is yet to hold an academic council meeting on Wednesday as the previous one had to be abandoned due to infightings, sources said. “The administration should not just listen to people’s problems, it should also implement resolutions for the benefit of the varsity community,” a senior faculty member said.

Vice-chancellor Ramakrishna Ramaswamy in a written communication with TOI explained that “the financial arrangements between the ILS and the university will be complied as per the MoU and we are monitoring this.”

On issues of faculty recruitment, he wrote individuals approaching courts is not unusual as several academic institutions are facing similar cases. The scholarship program is restricted only to needy students “as per the recommendation of a committee appointed by university,” Ramaswamy said.

On filling of OBC / SC / ST seats, the VC said, “The university announced a special admission drive and some seats were filled through spot admissions on August 30.” Decision on the elevation of centres would be taken only after it is debated in appropriate bodies, including the academic council and executive council, he informed.

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