University of Hyderabad organized a Two-Day Seminar on ‘Environment, Natural Resources and Sustainable Development’, 8-9 April, 2014 under India-EU Project on ‘Enhancing the Quality, Access and Governance of Undergraduate Education in India’ 2013-2017. This is the first seminar of Lead under the project. The objective of the seminar was two-fold: 1) to analyze existing OERs in comparative way; and 2) to propose possible modules. The Conference was attended by all partner institutions. Prof. Ramakrishna Ramaswamy, Vice-Chancellor, University of Hyderabad presided over and highlighted the importance of the India-EU Project in view of the establishment of Centre for Education, granted by the UGC. Prof. B. Rajasekhar, Registrar, University of Hyderabad has pointed out the role of Management in understanding of quality aspects of environment, natural resources and sustainable development. Dr. Pitam Singh, Joint Adviser (HRD), Planning Commission, Govt. of India delivered a talk on ‘The Significance of the Project in the Context of National Undergraduate Education Programme’. He also extended his support for this programme. Prof. J. Prabhakara Rao, Faculty Coordinator of the Project, University of Hyderabad welcomed the delegates and guests. He made a presentation on the role of humanities in general and literature and language in particular in the project. He pointed out the necessity to formulate an integrated approach by combining humanities, social sciences and sciences while designing modules for the Lead topic. Ms. Parul Gupta, Project Coordinator, British Council, New Delhi, spoke about the objectives of the project. On the first day of the seminar, Prof. M.N.V. Prasad, Dept. of Plant Sciences, Prof. A.V. Raja, School of Economics, Prof. M. Periasamy, School of Chemistry, Dr. AravindSusarla, Centre for Regional Studies, from the University of Hyderabad have made presentations on the analysis of existing OERs and possible modules from different disciplinary perspectives. There was detailed discussion on the presentations. The presentations continued in the second day also by Prof. R. Siva Prasad, Dept. of Anthropology, Prof. K.K. Mishra, Dept. of Anthropology, Prof. K.C. James Raju, School of Physics, Dr. Satyapriya Rout, Dept. of Sociology from the University of Hyderabad and Prof. SugataHazra, Director, School of Oceanographic Studies,Jadavpur University, Kolkata, Prof. Sonali Bhandari, School of Chemistry, Shiv Nadar University, New Delhi, Prof. Jyoti Sharma, Environmental Sci. & Natural Resources Management, Shiv Nadar University, New Delhi, Dr. AsmitaKabra, School of Human Ecology, Ambedkar University, New Delhi, Dr. Suresh Babu, School of Human Ecology, Ambedkar University, New Delhi. All these presentations have made an analysis of OERs by highlighting their incomprehensiveness in view of the absence of integrated approach and the different objectives. Dr. Rajeev Wankar, School of Computer Information Sciences, University of Hyderabad and Prof. Samar Bhattacharya, Jadavpur University, Kolkata talked about different platforms available for the conversion of the module content into on-line. All these presentations were focused on how to produce student-friendly and interactive modules in Indian context.