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Monday, September 8, 2014

Hyderabadi Website of the month: Osmania University Center For International Programs (OUCIP), Hyderabad

OUCIP: Conceived primarily as the international face of Osmania University, OUCIP came into existence in September 2006 after the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, handed over the management and administration of the American Studies Research Center (ASRC) to Osmania University. It is housed in the building complex of the ASRC and has inherited its academic and infrastructural strengths. However, OUCIP has broadened its scope and added new fields of study from humanities and social studies to American Studies." ACAS: "A UGC-funded research centre, ACAS promotes quality research in the field of American Studies. Established during XI Plan Period by the University Grants Commission (UGC) of India at Osmania University Centre for International Programmes (OUCIP), ACAS promotes inter/multi disciplinary research in the broad field of American Studies." (Source)

1. Ease of access
  • Pros:  Quick load of graphics
  • Cons: Library page is not loading.
2. Content
  • Pros:  Detailed
  • Cons: Needs a better site navigation; Hacked label/tag to be removed.
3. Currency
  • Pros:  None
  • Cons: All sections/pages need a date (to show last updated)
4. Design 
  • Pros:  Over all OK
  • Cons: None.

5. Navigation
  • Pros:  Easy
  • Cons: None

6. Miscellaneous
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7. Overview : 3 star- The website is okay. Needs some major changes.


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