PhD & M.Phil entrance at Punjabi Univ. on 30 July

 
Share this on your social network:
   Facebook Twitter Google+    Comments Mail

Applications invited by Punjabi University for admissions to M. Phil. & Ph. D. Programmes during the academic session 2011- 2012 will be made on the basis of common Entrance Test.

Eligibility:
For Ph.D. Programmes: The candidates shall be admitted to Ph.D. Programme either directly or through M.Phil programme.

Masters degree in the concerned/ allied subject (as determined by the Departmental Research Board) with 55% marks at Masters Degree and 50% marks at Bachelors Degree Level. (SC candidates will get 5% relaxation in post graduation Marks, as per rules).
OR
M.Phil./M.Litt. Degree with B+ or equivalent.
OR
In case of Defence Personnel who have obtained Masters Degree on the basis of staff college, registration will be allowed if the candidate has obtained at least 60% marks in the Master’s Degree.
OR
Full time teachers either of recognized private colleges or of Govt. Colleges who are serving within the jurisdiction of Punjabi University, Patiala with five years teaching experience are eligible for getting registered for Ph.D. Degree.

How To Apply:
The candidate shall apply for admission to the M.Phil courses or Ph.D. Programme on a prescribed form which may be downloaded from the official website.  The application form, duly filled, shall be submitted to the Co-ordinator, M.Phil./Ph.D Entrance Test Cell 2011, Department of Botany, Punjabi University, Patiala 147002 along with a Demand Draft of Rs. 1500 (Rs. 1000/- for SC/ST candidates) in favour of the Registrar, Punjabi University, Patiala, payable at Patiala.

Contact:
Coordinator, M.Phil/Ph.D. Entrance Test Cell,
Department of Botany, Punjabi University,
Patiala - 147002 (Punjab)
Phone : 0175 3046598, 3046599 Website: www.punjabiuniversity.ac.in

Important Dates:
Entrance Date: 30 July 2011

Entrance test Schedule
Test Date: 30th July, 2011

10.00 am -12.00 noon: All subject except Linguistics & Lexicography, Public Administration and Religious Studies

02.00 pm – 4.00 pm: Linguistics & Lexicography, Public Administration and Religious Studies.

Write a Comment