INSTITUTION OF EMINENCE
National Needs-Global Standards
(School of Life Sciences)
M. Ghanashyam Krishna
(CASEST, School of Physics)
D. Murali Manohar
(Department of English)
D. B. Ramachary
(School of Chemistry)
(CSSEIP, School of Social Sciences)
The Institution of Eminence (IoE) status, accorded to the University of Hyderabad (UoH) in September 2019, is a recognition of UoH’s standing, ability and potential to move into the league of the world’s best institutions. The university views IoE as a good opportunity in its history to leverage its existing reputation, practices and services to catapult itself into the best and highest leagues globally.
The IoE tagline ‘national needs, global standards’ is to be geared towards academic, financial and administrative support for all its stakeholders, faculty, students and non-teaching staff.
The University, through IoE, seeks to enable and facilitate improved services, facilities, quality of research opportunities, visibility, collaborations, innovative programmes and courses, nationally and internationally.
Enable capacity-building in the marginalized sections of the society by offering skill development, academic and research programmes aimed at social equity and justice.
To use the IoE status as a vehicle to enhance international visibility by offering opportunities to students, academics and researchers across the globe to become a part of the University fraternity and encourage collaborative participation in the academic and research activities of the University.
Create an ecosystem of innovation, entrepreneurship and translational research among the students and faculty members through start-ups and public-private partnerships
To fund research projects, outreach activities, capacity-building measures in order to emerge as a truly world-class multi-disciplinary University that figures in the World’s 500 Best Universities in the next few years.
Office Manager/Program Manager 4 Nos. (OBC-1, SC-1, EWS-1, UR-1); Deadline: 23-07-2021
Dr. Zakir Hussain UPE Lecture Hall Complex, University of Hyderabad