BHU to held Ph.D,M.Phil entrance on 7 July

 

Banaras Hindu University (BHU) invites applications for admissions to Ph.D./ Vidyavaridhi/ M.Phil. programmes (M.Phil. programme is available only in two disciplines namely, Subaltern Studies & Musicology) in the academic session 2011-12.

Eligibility:
A candidate shall be required to have passed the qualifying examination securing the minimum percentage of marks and a minimum of 50 marks in Academic Record. Candidates appearing in the final year of the qualifying examination may also apply but their results should be declared on or before commencement of counseling.

How To Apply:
The applicants can obtain INFORMATION BULLETIN PLUS APPLICATION FORM from the ENTRANCE TEST CELL, OFFICE OF THE CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS, BHU VARANASI-221005, either on cash payment of Rs.50 from 11 AM to 3 PM on working days OR by registered post by sending a crossed MICR Demand Draft/banker's Cheque issued by any Nationalized/ Scheduled Bank for Rs.100 in favour of the CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS, BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY, Payable at Varanasi,

Contact:
OFFICE OF THE CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS,
BHU VARANASI-221005,Uttar Pradesh, India
Phone: 0542-2368418, 2307255-58
E-Mail: controller@bhu.ac.in
Phone: 0542-2368418, 2307255-58
E-Mail: controller@bhu.ac.in

Important Dates:
Last date for receipt of form: 13 June 2011
Entrance Date: 07 July 2011

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