Usually, the admission process for majority of courses start in the month of April and ends in the month of September. However, for many courses, admission process is through an entrance exam or counseling process. The relevant details for this admission are given below:
|Eligibility: a) Master’s degree with 55% aggregate marks in a relevant discipline or equivalent, subject to clearing LPUNEST and Interview; b) Other conditions as prescribed in the Guidelines for Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) programmes. (5% relaxation to SC/ ST/ OBC (non-creamy layer)/ differently-abled candidates)||
• Admission in a particular discipline will be available subject to availability of seats with the advisor from the University or under the guidance of adjunct faculty after the approval of University.
• Applicants who qualify UGC (NET/ JRF)/ CSIR (NET/ JRF)/ ICAR (JRF/ SRF) examination/ SLET (Punjab only)/ GATE/ GPAT score card/ ICAR Teacher Fellowship or passed M.Phil. Programme (in regular mode only) are exempted fr...Read More
• Applicants who qualify UGC (NET/ JRF)/ CSIR (NET/ JRF)/ ICAR (JRF/ SRF) examination/ SLET (Punjab only)/ GATE/ GPAT score card/ ICAR Teacher Fellowship or passed M.Phil. Programme (in regular mode only) are exempted from Ph.D. entrance test (GATE/GPAT score should be valid at the time of admission).
• The final selection for admission in Ph.D. is based on the performance in Entrance Test (70% weightage) and Interview (30% weightage) subject to scoring minimum marks in the Interview. However if anyone is exempted from LPUNEST (Ph.D.) entrance test in lieu of above mentioned tests, then 100% weightage will be given to Interview only.Read Less
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