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PROF. E. SURESH KUMAR,
Vice Chancellor

Dr E. Suresh Kumar hails from the Telangana State. He has 27 years of Teaching Experience and 20 years of Administrative experience in OU. He has published 30 books and 21 Research articles. He has guided numerable students in the field of ELT and literature.

Dr Kumar has served as the Registrar for the Osmania University for 2 years. He also held several positions in the university as the Director, District PG Colleges, Director I/c of Regional Centre for Urban and Environmental Studies, Dean I/c of College Development Council (CDC), Head of the Dept of English, Director of English Language Training Centre, Director of Centre for English Language Training, Students Advisor of PG College of Science, NSS Programme Coordinator (University Level), NSS Training Coordinator (University Level) and the Director I/c of Canadian Studies Centre. He was the Governor’s Nominee for different universities too.

Countries & Universities visited: The USA, the UK, the UAE, France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Thailand, Malaysia, Laos, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Cambridge University, Oxford University, Stony Brooke University, University of Southern California, Thames Valley University, etc.

International English Language Specialist and Soft Skills Trainer: Trained the employees of different companies such as MyPec, Kuala Lumpur, MyPec, Bangkok, La Champa, Vientiane in Laos.

Educational Qualifications:
Schooling, Intermediate and BSc – Warangal and Kothagudem
MA Litt., Kanpur University, Kanpur, U.P.
MA (English), Univ College of Arts, OU;
JRF/NET of UGC;
MSc Psychology (BRAOU),
PhD (English) OU.

He has proven Administrative and Leadership capabilities. Though there was no regular VC, he managed the Osmania University (OU) affairs for 2 years. He could take OU to No.1 position among the state universities in the entire country, according to the India Today-Nielsen Survey, July 2015. OU was rated No.7 in 2013 and 2014 prior to his appointment. OU Almanac was restored after a gap of six years, in spite of a series of protests from the students to postpone the exams.