Office of Vice Chancellor


All University academic officers – the Deans, Directors of the disciplinary schools, the Registrar, the Controller of Examinations, the Chairs as well as the administrative heads – report directly or indirectly to the Vice-Chancellor.

The Vice-Chancellor holds a significant position within the University, overseeing various academic officers such as Deans, Directors, the Registrar, the Controller of Examinations, and administrative heads. These individuals, either directly or indirectly, report to the Vice-Chancellor.

One of the key responsibilities of the Vice-Chancellor is to recommend to the Executive Council the establishment or continuation of academic units, programs, and recruitment. They also play a crucial role in determining the promotion of faculty and other employees of the institution. In addition, the Vice-Chancellor is responsible for formulating and issuing rules and regulations that align with statutory policies and procedures.

Furthermore, the Vice-Chancellor acts as a vital link between the University and various governmental and non-governmental agencies and institutions at local, state, regional, national, and international levels. This interface facilitates collaboration and cooperation, aiming to enhance and expand the University’s programs and services to benefit the broader community.

Head of the Office
Dr. Yajulu Medury
Vice Chancellor

Ms. Harita Mopuri
Assistant Manager- VC office
Ext – 040-67135103

Ms. Manasa Bondalapati
Executive Assistant to Vice-chancellor
Ext – 040-6713 5102

Engineering Building, Ground Floor, Mahindra University
Survey No: 62/1A, Bahadurpally, Jeedimetla, Hyderabad, Telangana 500043

Office of Dean of Academics

The Office of Academics plays a vital role in the University, as it is responsible for establishing, executing, overseeing, and harmonizing the academic and administrative policies related to the Undergraduate and Graduate Programs. These programs ultimately lead to the attainment of Baccalaureate, Masters, or Doctoral degrees.
Collaboration with disciplinary schools and departments is a key aspect of the Office’s work. They work closely with these entities to introduce, supervise, and maintain consistent standards of teaching and training for undergraduate, graduate, and research students across the entire University. By doing so, the Office ensures that all students receive a high-quality education and training experience throughout their academic journey.

Head of the office
Dr. Bishnu Pal
Professor and Dean Engineering School (ECSoE)
Ext – 040- 6713 5134

Ms. Reetuparna Bhattacharjee
Executive PA to Dean
Ext – 040 6713 5133

Office of Admissions


  • The primary objective is to develop and implement a rigorous and fair admissions process that prioritizes merit-based selection criteria. The aim is to admit students who exhibit outstanding academic performance, leadership qualities, and the potential to contribute to the University community positively. A crucial component of the admission process involves designing an appropriate selection test that assesses applicants’ proficiency and knowledge in the core subjects relevant to their desired programs.
  • Another important responsibility is to actively engage with students nationwide, providing them with comprehensive information about the University’s multidisciplinary education and the diverse range of programs available. This proactive outreach ensures that the student body represents a broad spectrum of socio-economic backgrounds, cultures, and geographical regions, fostering a rich and inclusive learning environment.
  • A key focus is to promote and uphold the University’s mission of being a leading international institution of higher learning. This entails fostering a research-oriented and student-centric approach where comprehensive and multidisciplinary education is emphasized.

Head of the Office
Mr.Rakesh Sreedharan
Senior Manager and Head- Admissions and Marketing
Ext – 040-6713 5188

Mr. Ashu Diwan
Senior manager
Ext – 9811346373

Md Juber Khan
Senior manager
Ext – 7306799802

Mr. Ritesh Kumar Jaiswal
Senior manager
Ext – 7318551441

Mr. A. V. Ramanaiah
Manager (Marketing & Admissions)
Ext – 9000447892

Mr. Madasu Sai Kumar
Manager (Marketing & Admissions)
Ext – 9701426666

Mr. Dibyendu Karmakar
Manager (Marketing & Admissions)
Ext – 7905877355

Mr. Ajay Mishra
Manager (Marketing & Admissions)
Ext – 7905877355

Mr. Abhinandan Kashyap
Assistant manager
Ext – 7982759762

Mr. G Shekar Reddy
Assistant manager
Ext – 9154865739

Sumalatha Dasari
Assistant Manager
Ext – 9154865737

Ms. Chebrolu Haritha
Junior. Manager
Ext – 9100938473

Ms. Haritha Bhaskaran
Junior. Manager
Ext – 9154865740

Mr. Naresh kumar Karne
Associate (Marketing & Admissions)
Ext – 9618592999

Mr. Sumit Roy
Associate (Marketing & Admissions)
Ext – 9154865731

Ms. Priyanka Kumari
Associate (Marketing & Admissions)
Ext – 9154865732

Ms. Aashritha Madishetty
Associate (Marketing & Admissions)
Ext – 9154865733

Mr. T Naresh
Associate (Marketing & Admissions)
Ext – 9154865734

Mr. Mandali Vamshi Krishna
Associate (Marketing & Admissions)
Ext – 9154865736

Ms. Divya Vaishnavi Thakur
Associate (Marketing & Admissions)
Ext – 9154865738

Ms. Marri Anjali
Associate (Marketing & Admissions)
Ext – 9154865735

Ms. Gousia Begum
Associate (Marketing & Admissions)

Ms. Mansi Dixit
Academic Counselor
Ext – 9154865728

Ms. Sugandha Dobhal
Academic Counselor
Ext – 9154865727

Ms. Priyanka
Academic Counselor
Ext – 7980140750

Office of Registrar

The primary goal of the registrar’s office is to support the University community, which includes students, faculty, and staff, by carrying out various tasks associated with student records and academic administration.
They strive to foster academic excellence and contribute to the growth of a prestigious institution by building a team that prioritizes exceptional service.
The commitment extends to all stakeholders, encompassing students, faculty, and staff, as the aim is to provide excellent service to each and every one of them.

Head of the Office
Colonel Rajive Chauhan
Ext – 040-67135111

Mr. Satya Swaroop Pallepogu
Jr Manager
Ext – 040-67135184

Ms. Deepika Kumari Salugu
Jr Manager
Ext – 040-67135113

Office of Placement

The Office of Placement aims to facilitate employment opportunities for students by establishing partnerships with renowned organizations. It strives to raise students’ awareness of diverse career paths across different fields through interactive programs. The office is dedicated to equipping students with the necessary skills and knowledge to succeed in their chosen careers. In addition, it provides valuable industry exposure to students through internships, industry visits and mock interviews.

Head of the Office
Commodore Kamal K. Rohatgi
Adviser Corporate Relations

Dr.P Srinivas Rao
Sr. Manager Corporate Relations
Ext – 040-67135158

Mr. Vijaya Kumar Hamilpur
Manager – Corporate Relations

Mr. Maloth Sudhakar
Jr. Manager Corporate Relations
Ext – 040-67135106

Ms. Aakanksha Madhavaram
Jr. Manager Corporate Relations

Office of Branding & Communications

The main task involves formulating and executing marketing strategies while offering guidance and assistance to different departments in order to fulfil the University’s goals.

Additionally, it includes overseeing internal communication at the corporate level and managing the University’s marketing and communication channels, such as the website and social media platforms. Collaborating with staff and students is crucial to enhance the university’s reputation, as well as attracting and engaging potential students. Another important aspect is establishing and maintaining the brand identity and positioning throughout the organization.

Head of the Office
Ms. Priyanka Sarangi Kumar

Ms. Rithika Chandramouli
Jr. Manager – Content

Mr. Thirupathi Banothu
Web Developer

Mr. Raj Kumar
Graphic Designer

Mr. Vinod Kumar Cheluru
Digital Marketing Specialist

Information Technology

The IT department plays a vital role in managing and supporting various key services within the organization. These services include:

  • IT Helpdesk: The department aids and supports users regarding IT-related issues and inquiries.
  • Messaging and Active Directory services: It manages and maintains services such as email and University Net ID, ensuring seamless communication and user authentication.
  • Inter building connectivity, LAN, Wi-Fi, and Internet services: The IT department establishes and maintains reliable network connectivity across different buildings, managing local area networks (LAN), wireless networks (Wi-Fi), and Internet services.
  • Learning Management System (LMS) – Blackboard: The department oversees the operation and maintenance of the LMS platform, enabling effective online learning and course management.

Head of the Office
Mr. Naveen Chiguruwada

Mr. Narasimha Naidu Kolla
Deputy Manager- Network Administrator

Mr. Shaik Rafi
Asst. Manager – System Administrator

Mr. Rohith Reddy Akavaram
Junior Manager – Desktop Engineer

Mr. Rahemath Ali Syed
Junior Manager – Desktop Engineer

Mr. Hemanth Kumar C
Junior Manager – Network Engineer

Student Affairs

The Student Affairs Department is dedicated to fostering a connected and inclusive campus community by integrating the academic mission of the University with meaningful out-of-classroom activities. It aims to support students in their personal growth and academic success. The department is responsible for developing campus-wide policies and providing a range of academic and non-academic support services. These services include out-of-classroom learning opportunities, specialized support for differently-abled individuals within the campus community, and assistance for minority and economically disadvantaged students. Additionally, the department formulates and enforces the University’s general code of conduct and student conduct, ensuring a harmonious and respectful environment for all.

Major General Sukesh Rakshit
Chief Manager
Ext – 7075098502

Office of Librarian

The Office of Librarian plays a crucial role in enhancing the learning, teaching, and research capabilities of the University staff and student community. Its primary functions include:
Provision of Valuable Information Resources: The office ensures access to a wide range of online and print resources that contribute to the improvement and development of learning, teaching, and research skills. These resources are carefully curated to meet the diverse needs of the university community.
Library Automation: The Library uses the KOHA software package, which is an integrated multi-user library automation management system that supports all in-house activities of the library and deploys an RFID (Radio Frequency Identifier) based Automation system and Circulation system. The database of the entire library is being updated on a regular basis, along with details of recently acquired books.

Head of the Office
Dr. Karnati Srikanth
Ext – 9704914141

Mr. Gudavarthi Sudheer
Assistant Librarian
Ext – 8686919251

Ms. Vandana
Assistant Librarian
Ext – 9971197746

Mr. Lakshay
Library Assistant
Ext – 9868630711

Ms. Mala Venkatesh
Library Assistant
Ext – 9502976120

Mr. Anujesh Pratap Singh
Library Assistant
Ext – 9871496573

Mr. Subarnaneil Aich
Library Trainee
Ext – 8135048960

Office of Finance

The Office of Finance plays a vital role in supporting the University’s academic mission by providing centralized assistance for all finance-related matters.

Head of the Office
Mr. Ranjan Sardar
Finance Officer
Ext – 040-6173 5177

Mr. Yelisetti Prasad
Ext – 040-6173 5125

Mr. Nagaraja Rao M
Dy. Manager
Ext – 040-6173 5156

Mr. Malleshwar Rao Kalagatla
Asst. Manager
Ext – 040-6173 3236

Mr. Jeevan Dubasi
Jr. Manager
Ext – 040-6173 5114

Office of Commercials

The Office of Commercials serves a critical role in ensuring the smooth operations of the University by procuring all necessary goods and services. The main functions of the office include:
The office is responsible for sourcing and acquiring all the goods and services required for the day-to-day functioning of the University. This involves identifying suppliers, negotiating contracts, and managing the procurement process to obtain the necessary resources efficiently.
Further, the office actively engages in vendor management, working closely with suppliers to maintain strong relationships and ensure the timely delivery of goods and services that meet the desired quality standards. It also focuses on developing vendors to enhance their capabilities and strengthen the supply chain.
The office works closely with other departments within the University to foster mutual trust and achieve high efficiency. It collaborates with various stakeholders to understand their requirements, align procurement strategies, and effectively meet their needs.

Head of the Office
Ms. Preeti Tiwari
Ext – 040-6713 5192

Mr. Harish Sai Kumar Narindi
Jr. Manager Commercial
Ext – 040-6713 5157

Office of Research

The Office of Research serves as a valuable resource for schools and departments within the University, aiding them in establishing robust research programs and seamlessly integrating research into their classroom teachings. Additionally, the office is responsible for developing and implementing policies that govern the ethical and proper conduct of research throughout the University.
A significant aspect of the Office of Research involves collaborating with various stakeholders and ensuring compliance with both national and international academic research policies and regulations. By doing so, the office strives to surpass globally accepted standards in all fields of study.
The office also plays a pivotal role in fostering international recruitment and cultivating partnerships with institutions worldwide. This includes managing existing partnerships and organizing joint workshops, short programs, and summer schools that facilitate academic exchange and collaboration.
Furthermore, the office actively seeks out funding opportunities to support international ventures and scholarships, enabling students and researchers to pursue their academic endeavours.

Head of the Office
Dr. Arya K. Bhattacharya
Professor and Dean, Research & Development

Mr. Yaminidhar Reddy Bhavanam
Research Facilitator
Ext – 6302973899

Ms. Reetuparna Bhattacharjee
Executive Assistant to Deans
Ext – 9804143366

Office of ERP

Integration: ERP integrates data and processes from different departments such as finance, human resources, procurement, inventory management, manufacturing, sales, and customer service. This integration allows for seamless flow of information and coordination between various functions.
Centralized Database: ERP systems provide a centralized database that serves as a single source of truth for all relevant data within the organization. This allows for consistent and accurate information across departments and eliminates data duplication and inconsistency.
Process Automation: ERP automates routine tasks and processes, reducing manual effort and increasing operational efficiency. For example, it can automate financial processes like generating invoices, processing payments, and reconciling accounts.
Resource Planning: ERP helps in planning and managing organizational resources such as materials, inventory, equipment, and human resources. It provides real-time visibility into resource availability, demand, and utilization, enabling better decision-making and resource allocation.
Financial Management: ERP systems include modules for financial management, which encompass activities such as general ledger, accounts payable and receivable, budgeting, financial reporting, and compliance. It enables accurate financial tracking, forecasting, and analysis.
Supply Chain Management: ERP facilitates end-to-end supply chain management by integrating processes like procurement, inventory management, production planning, and logistics. It helps optimize the flow of goods and materials, minimizes stockouts, and improves supplier and customer relationships.
Customer Relationship Management (CRM): Many ERP systems include CRM functionality to manage customer interactions, sales, marketing, and service. It enables organizations to track customer information, analyze customer behavior, and enhance customer satisfaction.
Reporting and Analytics: ERP provides reporting and analytics capabilities, allowing organizations to generate customized reports, dashboards, and key performance indicators (KPIs). This helps in monitoring performance, identifying trends, and making data-driven decisions.

Head of the Office
Mr. Hemant Kumar Singh
Sr. Manager
Ext – 040-6713 5241

Mr. Krishna Sree Ravullapalli
Ext – 040-67817 3217

Mr. Ruthviz Kodali
Associate – ERP
Ext – 040-6713 5211

Mr. Govinda Kandula
Associate – ERP
Ext – 040-6713 5211

Mr. Praveen Mangali
Associate – Inventory Management
Ext – 040-6713 5211

Office of Human Resource

Policy and Framework Development: Developing policies and frameworks for various HR functions, including recruitment, employee relations, compensation and benefits, compliance, and training and development.
Performance Management: Implementing performance management processes and systems to assess and enhance employee performance effectively.
Rewards and Recognition: Establishing programs and initiatives to acknowledge and reward employee achievements and contributions.

Head of the Office
Mr. Brainard Chandrahas Akkapeddi
Sr. Manager & Head
Ext – 040-6713 5127

Mr. Anil Kumar Kadali
Ext – 040-6713 5124

Ms. Manuja Korupala
Jr. Manager
Ext – 040-6713 5176

Ms. Nirmala
Ext – 040-6817 3241

Office of Public Relations

Reputation Management: PR offices are responsible for building, maintaining, and safeguarding the reputation of the organization. They develop strategies to promote a positive image, handle crises and issues, and manage public perception.

Media Relations: PR offices interact with the media on behalf of the organization. They establish and nurture relationships with journalists, reporters, and editors to generate media coverage and manage press inquiries. They also draft and distribute press releases and other media materials.

Communication Strategy: PR offices develop communication strategies and plans to ensure consistent messaging and brand positioning. They create and implement campaigns to reach target audiences through various channels, including media, social media, and other communication platforms.

Stakeholder Engagement: PR offices engage with key stakeholders such as customers, employees, investors, community members, and government agencies. They communicate organizational goals, initiatives, and achievements to maintain positive relationships and manage stakeholder expectations.

Crisis Communication: In times of crisis or negative events, PR offices play a crucial role in managing communication and minimizing reputational damage. They develop crisis communication plans, provide guidance to spokespeople, and handle media inquiries to address issues effectively.

Publicity and Event Management: PR offices organize and manage public events, press conferences, product launches, and promotional activities to generate positive publicity and increase brand visibility. They coordinate media coverage and ensure a smooth execution of events.

Content Creation: PR offices create compelling content such as press releases, articles, blog posts, social media posts, and website content. They ensure that the messaging is aligned with the organization’s goals and resonates with the target audience.

Monitoring and Measurement: PR offices monitor media coverage, social media conversations, and public sentiment to assess the impact of their efforts. They use various tools and techniques to measure the effectiveness of PR campaigns and adjust strategies accordingly.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): PR offices play a role in developing and promoting the organization’s CSR initiatives. They communicate the organization’s social and environmental efforts to the public and stakeholders, enhancing the organization’s reputation.

Internal Communication: PR offices also focus on internal communication within the organization. They develop internal communication strategies, manage employee newsletters, intranets, and other channels to ensure effective communication and alignment with organizational goals.

Head of the office
Ms. Khushboo Agrahari
PR Manager
Ext – +91-9889838585

Internal Quality Assurance Cell – IQAC


Development and Implementation of Quality Policies: The IQAC develops and implements quality policies and guidelines in line with the objectives and vision of the institution. It establishes mechanisms to ensure adherence to quality standards in all aspects of institutional functioning.

Quality Assurance Framework: The IQAC designs and implements a comprehensive quality assurance framework that covers all academic and administrative processes. It develops protocols, guidelines, and benchmarks to evaluate and monitor the quality of programs, teaching-learning processes, research, and other institutional activities.

Institutional Accreditation and Assessment: The IQAC coordinates the process of institutional accreditation and assessment by external agencies. It prepares the institution for accreditation, provides necessary documentation, and ensures compliance with accreditation criteria and standards.

Program and Curriculum Development: The IQAC assists in the development and review of academic programs and curricula. It ensures that the programs are aligned with the needs of stakeholders, industry requirements, and changing trends in the field. The IQAC also promotes the integration of innovative teaching methods and technologies.

Monitoring Teaching-Learning Processes: The IQAC monitors the teaching-learning processes and ensures their effectiveness. It promotes the adoption of best practices in teaching methodologies, encourages faculty development programs, and facilitates the use of technology-enhanced learning tools.

Student Support and Feedback: The IQAC facilitates mechanisms to support students and enhance their learning experience. It promotes student-centric approaches, monitors student feedback systems, and ensures the availability of necessary support services like counseling, career guidance, and extracurricular activities.

Research and Innovation: The IQAC promotes research and innovation within the institution. It encourages faculty and students to engage in research activities, facilitates research collaborations, and provides support for research funding and publication.

Continuous Quality Improvement: The IQAC fosters a culture of continuous quality improvement within the institution. It facilitates self-assessment exercises, conducts internal audits, and encourages departments and units to develop improvement plans based on feedback and evaluation reports.

Institutional Data Management: The IQAC collects, analyzes, and manages institutional data related to quality assurance. It maintains a repository of relevant data and generates reports and analytics to identify areas of improvement and track institutional performance.

External Collaboration and Networking: The IQAC engages in external collaboration and networking with other institutions, industry partners, and quality assurance agencies. It participates in conferences, workshops, and forums to share best practices, learn from others, and stay updated on the latest trends in quality assurance.

Head of the Office
Dr. Visalakshi Talakokula

Ms. Priya Mahadevappa

Examination Cell

Examination Planning and Scheduling: The Examination Cell is responsible for planning and scheduling the examination calendar, including dates, timings, and venues for various exams. It coordinates with faculty, departments, and administrative staff to ensure that the examination schedule does not clash with other academic or institutional events.
Exam Registration and Enrollment: The Examination Cell manages the process of exam registration and enrollment for students. It collects and verifies student information, handles registration fees, and maintains records of students eligible to appear for exams. It also facilitates the issuance of examination admit cards or hall tickets.
Question Paper Setting and Moderation: The Examination Cell works with faculty members to develop question papers for exams. It ensures that the question papers are aligned with the prescribed curriculum, learning objectives, and assessment criteria. The cell may also be involved in moderating and validating question papers to maintain the desired standards.
Examination Logistics and Resource Management: The Examination Cell coordinates the logistics and resources required for conducting examinations. It arranges examination halls or centers, seating arrangements, and necessary facilities such as stationery, equipment, and invigilator support. It also manages the allocation and distribution of examination materials.
Invigilation and Examination Security: The Examination Cell recruits and assigns invigilators or proctors to oversee the examination process. It ensures that invigilators are adequately trained and briefed about examination protocols and guidelines. The cell also implements measures to maintain examination security, prevent cheating or malpractice, and handle any incidents or irregularities that may occur during exams.
Exam Administration and Timely Execution: The Examination Cell is responsible for the smooth administration and execution of exams. It ensures that the necessary arrangements are in place, and the examination process follows the established guidelines and rules. The cell monitors the progress of exams, manages the distribution and collection of answer scripts, and maintains confidentiality and integrity throughout the process.
Results Processing and Publication: Once the exams are conducted, the Examination Cell manages the process of result processing and publication. It collects and evaluates answer scripts, coordinates with evaluators, calculates grades or marks, and prepares the final result sheets. The cell ensures accuracy, confidentiality, and timely announcement of results.
Exam Revaluation and Rechecking: The Examination Cell facilitates the process of revaluation or rechecking of answer scripts for students who request it. It establishes a mechanism for students to apply for reevaluation, manages the collection of revaluation fees, coordinates with evaluators, and communicates the rechecked results to the students.
Records Management and Archiving: The Examination Cell maintains records and archives related to examinations, including exam schedules, question papers, answer scripts, results, and other relevant documents. It ensures proper documentation and storage of examination-related data for future reference and compliance requirements.
Coordination with Academic Departments and Stakeholders: The Examination Cell collaborates closely with academic departments, faculty members, and other stakeholders to ensure effective coordination and communication regarding examination-related matters. It addresses queries, provides necessary information, and resolves issues or concerns raised by students or faculty members.

Mr. Praveen Kumar Padma
Deputy Manager
Ext – 040-6713 5109