Admissions open for UoH Distance Education courses
The Centre for Distance and Virtual Learning CDVL, University of Hyderabad is inviting applications for the various Post Graduate Diploma Programmes offered through distance mode All the courses are approved by the UGCAICTEDEC joint committee
Hyderabad: The Centre for Distance and Virtual Learning (CDVL), University of Hyderabad is inviting applications for the various Post Graduate Diploma Programmes offered through distance mode. All the courses are approved by the UGC/AICTE/DEC joint committee.
These courses include one year duration programmes offered in Business Management, Project Management, Cyber Laws, Forensic Science, Chemical Analysis, Human Rights, Library Automation Networking, Communicative English, and Energy Management.
The students who are already pursuing their full-time courses can also join these programmes simultaneously. The admitted students will be given well prepared study material soft copy / hard copy.
The student will also have online facility for accessing the video lectures and the study material. Our previous alumni includes IPS officers, Central and State Government employees, Corporate sector executives, MNC executives, working women, house wives and others. For further details please download the Prospectus from the website.
The registration fee is Rs.300. Completed applications should be sent to The Assistant Registrar, Centre for Distance Education, University of Hyderabad, Golden Threshold Building, Abids, Nampally Station Road, Hyderabad-500001.
The details about the courses and the prospectus are available in the university website: www.uohyd.ac.in Online submission and online payment is available in the same website. For further details contact: 040-24600264/040-24600265 mobile No: 8897436905. Last Date for submission of applications is February 28, 2019.
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