About MM-TTC UoH

Building HR capacities for the future

Identified as National Resource Centre (NRC) 

Top Rank

Ranked I in South India, 4th in India


Online Refresher Course, Research Methodology



Huge collection of 4000 books

AV Facilities

State-of-the-art for teaching/learning


Access through SWAYAM & Moodle

Prof. P. Prakash Babu
Email: prakash@uohyd.ac.in
Senior Professor,
Department of Biotechnology & Bioinformatics,
School of Life Sciences.

Prof. S. Sudhakar Babu
University Grant Commission-Human Resource Development Centre
University of  Hyderabad

Specialisation: Public Policy, Equality of Opportunities and Dalit Studies, Public Policy for Good
Governance, Policy Studies, Civil Society, Training and Higher Education.
Research Focus: Training, Higher Education and Literacy.

Contact us– Phone- 04023132711
                    Email- mmttcuoh@uohyd.ac.in

Established in 1987, as a major initiative in augmenting quality in Higher Education, the UGC promoted 66 Academic Staff Colleges. In continuation of knowledge enhancement, new strategies of governance for the promotion of innovations and creativity, the XII Plan guidelines have been proposed to transform the existing academic staff colleges into Human Resource Development Centres. However, the UGC renamed UGC- Human Resource Development Centre (HRDC) as Malviya Mission Teacher Training Centre (MMTTC).


The strength of this unit lies in the University of Hyderabad that houses 12 Schools, 46 Departments, and approximately 400 faculty in different disciplines that include Humanities, Social Sciences and Sciences. University is rated the best among the Indian Universities by Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD).

The university faculty is well trained/experienced both in teaching and research, and many of them earned national and international recognition. The faculty generates a very high amount of extramural research grant. Science Departments, especially, have all the latest equipment to pursue the research in upcoming and established areas of research.

The University has an excellent library, instrumentation and computer facilities. In addition to having access to all these excellent infrastructural facilities of the University, HRDC has a good library of its own with 3780 books, several journals and magazines and a good computer laboratory with 50 systems which provides hands-on experience on MS Word, Power Point, Web Design, SPSS, e-Content, Wikipedia. MOOC and MOODLE to participants.