P. Prakash

Vice Chancellor at SRM University, Delhi-NCR

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Dr. P. Prakash is an alumnus of Osmania University, Hyderabad. He did Post Doctoral research in Plant Molecular System at Humboldt University, Germany. He served as  Vice-Chancellor, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University, Hyderabad, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), New Delhi and also as Registrar of Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU), Hyderabad. Before assuming the charge of Vice chancellor, SRM University Delhi-NCR, Sonepat, Haryana, he was Additional Secretary, University Grants Commission, New Delhi. He is elected as Fellow of A.P. Academy of Sciences. Hyderabad and also a Founder Fellow of Telangana Academy of Sciences. Being native of Multilingual and Multicultural city HYDERABAD, has passion to be midst ofheterogeneous complexes for evolving appropriate strategies for betterment.
While in UGC, contributed immensely for Tertiary Education, Planning, Policies and Coordination particularly in the context of maintenance of Quality Education.  As a Member Secretary of UGC Curricula Committees, formulated subjects Curricula for many under graduate/ post graduate subjects.
Formulated guidelines for e-content, learning object repositories and e-learning concept. Played a pivotal role in networking of varsities through NMEICT, National Knowledge Network apart from e-journal consortia. The mission oriented in facilitating commendable usage of ICT in multifaceted spheres of higher education. Was also instrumental in framing guidelines for Basic Science Research (BSR) programme and helped in generation of time series data growth of science by motivating students, scholars and teachers in tertiary education. 
Chaired Assessors Committees of Distance Education Council, NAAC assessment Committees for accreditation of Educational Institution and many scientific and Academic seminars/conferences. Published number of scientific papers in peer referred National and International Journals and co-authored few of books. Led tertiary education delegation to USA, United Kingdom, Germany, Turkey, Singapore, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Dubai and Syria.