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Ph.D. Programme Linguistics

University of Calcutta
Posted on 28 Nov 18
Job DescriptionLast Date 26 Dec 18

Admission to Ph.D. Programme in Linguistics, 2019

Applications are invited for admission in the Department of Linguistics, University of Calcutta, for the Ph.D. programme leading to Ph. D. degree in Linguistics. At the most 03 candidates will be enrolled this year (2019). The policy of reservation will apply as per rules.

Department :  Linguistics

Applicants who have already passed NET/SET/ SLET/GATE/Teacher Fellowship or equivalent examinations are not required to appear at the written examination.

Eligible candidates will have to appear in a written examination of 3 hours duration, to be held in this Department on the 22nd January, 2019 at 12.30 PM. The format of the said examination is mentioned below. The syllabus is available on the university website

Successful candidates will be called for an interview subsequently. The final selection for the Ph.D programme will be done on the basis of this interview. As per the University of Calcutta regulation 2016 (5.6),the candidate’s interview performance will be judged on three criteria: the competence for the proposed research, whether the research work can be suitably undertaken at the Institution/College and whether the proposed area of research can contribute to new/additional knowledge.

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How to apply

Candidates are requested to download the application form (Application Form for the Admission Test of the Ph.D. Programme) from the University Website. Candidates are to submit the application at the office of the Department of Linguistics, University of Calcutta. The last date for submission of application forms is the 26th December, 2018.

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The University of Calcutta was established by an Act of the Legislative Council (Act No II of 1857) of the then British India. A supplementary Act empowering the University to confer some additional degrees was passed in 1860. Another Act was passed in 1884 by which the University was authorised to confer honorary Degree of Law.The University Act of 1904 empowered the University to make necessary arrangements for the instruction of students, and though most of the teaching continued to be imparted in the affiliated colleges, teaching in some of the higher branches began to be organised under the University management.

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