- PhD Regulations 2017
- Procedure for admssion
- Allocation of research supervisors
- Course work
- Research advisory committee
- Submission and evaluation
- Constitution of the Ph.D. committee
- Depository with UGC
- Revocation of degree
- PhD Students
- Guidelines for Post Doctorate Research
- Online Thesis Submission
- PhD Notices
- CRPI guidelines
- PhD Fee Structure
Regulations for Award of the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Natural and Mathematical Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences [with effect from 2017]
These Regulations aim to establish a high quality Doctoral program towards the achievement of Academic Excellence in conformity with UGC Regulations, 2016.
These regulations shall be called the Regulations for the Doctorate of Philosophy (or Ph.D. Regulations) and shall govern the Ph.D. programme of the University with minimum standard and procedure in compliance with the UGC Ph.D. Regulations, 2016.
2. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION TO PhD PROGRAM
2.1 Candidates for admission to the Ph.D. program shall have a Master’s degree with at least
55% of marks in aggregate or its equivalent grade.
2.2 A relaxation of 5% of marks or an equivalent relaxation of grade may be allowed for those belonging to SC/ST/OBC-A/OBC-B as per UGC guide lines.