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Student Services

Dean, Students' Welfare, Chief Warden, Chief Proctor, ICC-GS-CASH, Anti-ragging Squads

The University provides a range of Student Services in terms of welfare measures.

The Office of the Dean, Students’ Welfare and the Office of the Chief Warden primarily cater to student services.

Please visit this page regularly for any updates.

Dean, Students' Welfare

Support system for students, Fellowships, Insurance etc

Chief Warden's Office

Hostel accommodation, Mess Facilities

Health Insurance

Facilitating insurance claim settlements

Equal Opportunities Cell

To ensure equity and social justice on all counts

Psychological Counselling

Preventive psycho-social support for students

Chief Proctor

Discipline and Conduct rules for students

Anti-ragging Squad

Contact the Cell to lodge a complaint

Fellowships/ Scholarships

Activating, processing & monitoring of all scholarships


Addressing grievances & recommending redressal


Mr. Gautam


Mr. Anwar

Mr. Santosh

Mr. Rajesh Gilda


The office of the DSW facilitate medical insurance claim settlements for the students from the day they are admitted to the day they leave the university. 

  • Current Insurance Company: The Oriental Insurance Company Limited
  • Insurance Broker: M/s. Visista Insurance Broking Services Pvt. Ltd.
  • Third Party Agent: M/s. Family Health Plan Insurance TPA Ltd.
  • Student Login Link to download E-card and to intimate the claim
  • Linkto Download Claim forms and to Search Network Hospital List(For Network List need to select insurer as “Oriental Insurance Company Ltd”)

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Dr. B. Hymavathi (Female Counselor)
9515667087 / 04023131002

Mr. M. Subhash (Male Counselor)
8008477643 / 04023131003


A separate Student Counseling Centre is functioning under the purview of the Dean, Students’ Welfare with Deputy, DSW -1, Dr. G. Padmaja, as In-charge of it. Two qualified professional counselors one male and one female. Regular Counseling service to the University students in need is being provided consistently. During COVID pandemic crisis, the Psychological Counseling Unit is catering to the students’ issues through telephonic counseling and through online mode using audio visual platforms like google meet or zoom to address the students’ issues individually. Face to face counselling is being provided to the students who are in the University campus, with safety precautions.

Several psychological issues such as those related to anxiety, depression, family issues, issues with friends, loneliness and rejection, relationship issues, and others are being addressed in the counseling sessions. During COVID time low self – esteem, and problems of COVID affected students going through trauma and anxiety, are being addressed to the extent possible. Crisis intervention in the campus has also been doneduring regular period and even during COVID pandemic situation.

Orientation related to psychological issues and availability of psychological counseling services is conducted to all schools/departments/centres during induction period. Alongside counselling psycho-social support is extended to the students through positive messages, affirmations and precautions to be taken during COVID pandemic situation.

Several psycho-social interactive sessions, webinars, lectures, and group discussions with experts have been organized.

All schools/departments/ centres were requested by the DSW‘s office to avail the psychological counseling services at Vivekananda Students’ amenities centre.

Incase of any need felt for Psychological support, student may contact by email or call the professional psychological counselors to avail their services.

Psychological Counselling Services @ UoH

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Dr. Santosh R. Kanade
Deputy Dean, Students’ Welfare           

 Administrative Staff of FSS
Ch. Satish Kumar, Section Officer
Azghar Khan, Office Assistant



The Fellowships and Scholarships Section, deals with the matters of activation, process and monitoring of the Fellowships and Scholarships being awarded to the research scholars, and students of Integrated Masters’ and Masters’ Programme by the respective funding agencies. It is functioning under the administrative control of the O/o Dean, Students’ Welfare. 

Following are the Fellowships / Scholarships being dealt both Online as well as Offline in accordance with the guidelines of Funding Agency, after award of Fellowship/Scholarship:-



  1. Maulana Azad National Fellowship for Minority Students (MANF)
  2. Junior Research Fellowship in Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences (JRF)
  3. Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship (RGNF) Scheme for Scheduled Caste (RGNFSC)
  4. National Fellowship for Other Backward Classes (NFOBC)
  5. Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship for Students with Disabilities
  6. National Fellowship for Higher Education of ST Students (NFST)
  7. Swami Vivekananda Single Girl Child Scholarship for Research in Social Sciences (SVSGC)
  9. PDF Womens }
  10. PDF SC/ST} Post Doctoral Affairs
  12. PG GATEScholarship for M.Tech students – through AICTE portal [Coordinator: Prof. RajulapatiKoteswara Rao, SEST)
  13. Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR)-JRF (through CSIR-UGC NET)
  14. CSIR SRF-Direct
  16. ePass (Electronic Payment & Application System of Scholarships) – Govt. of Telangana Social Welfare Scholarship of Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe / BC / EBC / Disabled & Minority



  1. Prime Minister’s Research Fellow (PMRF) Scheme
  2. Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) – JRF/SRF/RA
  3. Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) – Doctoral Fellowship
  4. Indian Council for Philosophical Research (ICPR) Fellowship
  5. NBHM Fellowship
  7. DBT-JRF
  8. Sc. DBT Fellowship (for MSc Biotechnology students)
  9. UGC Non-NET Fellowship under recurring grant – meant for research scholars who are not in receipt of any Fellowship/Scholarship.  Such scholars are required to submit an application, in the prescribed format, to the Fellowships & Scholarships Section, through the Supervisor & Dean of the School/Head of the Department/Centre.  The Non-NET Fellowship is sanctioned by the University, and the payment is subject to release of grants by the University Grants Commission. For details, please look out for Notification issued twice in a Year.
  • UoH Students Assistance (UoH SA) – For students of Integrated Masters’ and Masters’Programme. For details, please look out for Notification issued in a Year on the University website.


III. Matters related to the students applied for other State Scholarships (incl. Andhra Pradesh)


  1. Issuing of Bonafide Certificate(s), subject to recommendation of the Dean of the School/Head of the Department/Centre and Verification of applications for Scholarships applied through National ScholarshipPortal for consideration to the next level of verification for sanction of Scholarship by the funding agencies.
  2. Uploading the data of receipt of Fellowship/Scholarship on E-Gov. Portal. The Section do not deal with the matter onexemption of semester fees, however, it coordinates with the Academic and Finance Sections, if required.
  3. Other matters/correspondence related to Fellowships and Scholarships.

Disclaimer:  The content provided on this University web page cannot be construed as full information of the Fellowships and Scholarships. The University, its employees and associates shall not be liable for the content on any external link.  Please visit funding agencies website, for detailed information / guidelines of each of the Fellowships and Scholarships.


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Prof. Gona Naik
Anti-Discrimination Officer

The University has established an Equal Opportunity Cell and has appointed an Anti-Discrimination Officer in accordance with UGC (Promotion of Equity in Higher Education Institutions) Regulations, 2012.

The University is committed to equity and social justice. The University ensures that its students receive quality higher education without any discrimination. The University is committed to providing effective student support services keeping in mind disadvantaged students.

The officer will look into any distinction, exclusion, limitation or preference which has the purpose or effect of nullifying or impairing equality of treatment in education and in particular –

  1. Of depriving a student or a group of students on the basis of caste, creed, religion, language, ethnicity, gender, disability or access to education of any type or at any level;
  2. Of imposing conditions or any student or group of students which are incompatible with the dignity of humanity; and
  3. Of subject to the provision of establishing or maintaining separate educational systems or institutions for students or groups of students based on caste, creed, religion, language, ethnicity, gender and disabilities.

Any student or their parents/guardians/teaching/non-teaching staff who wish to bring to the notice of University any act of discrimination faced by them should complain in writing to the Anti-discrimination Officer. It may be noted that:

  • A complaint about the discrimination or harassment as defined in the UGC regulations may be in writing by a student or a parent of a student.
  • The complaint shall include sufficient details of the alleged act of discrimination or harassment.
  • The officer, upon inquiry, shall submit a report to the Vice-Chancellor who will then initiate appropriate action as per the statues and ordinances of the University or as per UGC regulations.

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Anti-ragging Helplines

Intercom: 1999 OR

04023131999 (through mobile)

Intercom: 2999 OR

04023131999 (through mobile)

The University views ragging very seriously. Students found to be involved in ragging can face severe punishment including rustication from the university.

If you happen to be a victim or a witness to a ragging incident, contact the UoH Anti-ragging Squad using the following contacts:



DSW’s Office: 04023132500/ 04023132501

CW Office: 04023133560/ 04023132505

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