Amity University, Gwalior, invites applications for its various Doctorate in Philosophy programme for the academic year 2014. Students can apply online by logging on to the official website of the University.
Amity University Madhya Pradesh is established by the Ritnand Balved Education Foundation (RBEF), New Delhi, which is a society registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 and was established with the view to promote professional, industry-oriented education in the state of Madhya Pradesh.
Amity University Madhya Pradesh located on 100 acres of land opposite Gwalior Airport, will impart modern, practical and research-based courses which will lead to the development of manpower which is employable and ready for industry. This in turn will drive the socio-economic upliftment of the region.
- Ph.D in English
- Ph.D in Journalism and Mass Communication
- Ph.D in Bio-Sciences and Biotechnology
- The required minimum qualification for admission to a Ph.D programme shall normally be a Master's Degree from any accredited Indian or Foreign University in the relevant field with a minimum of 55% marks or Equivalent Grade.
- Applicants with M. Tech / M.Sc. qualification in respective disciplines with excellent academic record with minimum CGPA of 6.0 on a 10 point scale or equivalent or 60% marks may be considered eligible for admission in Ph.D programmes in Engineering and Technology.
- Applicants with M.B.B.S. degree or equivalent in respective discipline with excellent academic record with minimum CGPA of 5.5 on a 10 point scale or equivalent or 55% marks) may be considered eligible for admission to Ph.D programmes in the relevant field.
How to apply:
A demand draft of Rs 1100/- drawn in favour of ‘Amity Form' payable at New Delhi, to be paid as processing fee while submitting the admission application form. Students eligible for scholarship can apply free of cost by downloading free and submitting without any payment. Application forms can also be obtained from select Axis Bank Branches.
Last date to apply: 20th March, 2014
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