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Ph.D. Programme

Jadavpur University
Posted on 29 Nov 18
Job DescriptionLast Date 20 Dec 18

Admission to the Ph.D. (Engineering and Pharmacy) Programme for the session 2018-19

Applications are invited from Indian national for admission to the Ph.D. (Engineering and Pharm acy) programm e as per New Ph.D. Regulation 2018 under the Faculty Council of Engineering & Technology, Jadavpur University.

Eligibility :   All applicants must have completed 2 (two) Year M.E./ M.Tech./ M.Arch./ M.Pharmacy or 3 (three) Year M.C.A. degree OR equivalent degree from any University/ Institute recognized by UGC and course is approved by AICTE.

Application Fees :  Candidates have to pay the application fees Rs.500/- (each Department) online through SBI Collect System using Credit Card / Debit Card / Net Banking from two working days after Form fill up.

After payment they have to submit the submission print out of online application along with a photocopy of online paym ent receipt downloaded from SBI after online paym ent and have to submit along with other requisite testimonials [i.e. selfattested photo copies of Mark-sheet & Certificates of Secondary, Higher Secondary, Graduation and Master Degree course, CSIR-NET/UGCNET/GATE/GPAT/SET/QIP certificate (if any),SC/ST/OBC-A/OBC-B/PWD Certificate (if applicable)] and two (2) passport size photographs to the Office of the Principal Secretary, F.E.T. 

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How to apply

Candidates should Apply Online through the University website and it will be available throughout the year.

Application for Ph.D. (Engineering/Pharmacy Programme 2018-19 will be considered up 20th December,2018 and the Admission Test will be held tentatively at the 2nd week of January, 2019.  CSIR-NET/UGC-NET/GATE/GPAT/SET/QIP qualified applicants will be appeared in separate Test/Interview for final selection.

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