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25th October 2011, 10:33 PM
AchinAbhi
 
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Can I pursue Ph.D in India after masters in UK?


Hello,

I have completed M.Sc. in management from a reputed UK University. I want to pursue PHD program in management in India. My M.Sc. Course was of 1 year duration and it had 180 credits including a research work. Kindly tell me if I can pursue my PHD in India and please suggest some universites in India where I can get enrolled.
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1st June 2012, 02:48 PM
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Hello,

I have completed M.Sc. in management from a reputed UK University. I want to pursue PHD program in management in India. My M.Sc. Course was of 1 year duration and it had 180 credits including a research work. Kindly tell me if I can pursue my PHD in India and please suggest some universities in India where I can get enrolled.
Thanks.
Yes, as per your educational qualification is concerned, you can certainly do PhD in management from many of the reputed universities in India.

One of the renowned university in Delhi-NCR region, with state-of-the-art facilities and brilliant campus facility is Manav Rachna Educational Institution (UGC & AICTE approved). They have air-conditioned class rooms and top faculty members.

Address:
MRIU Aravali campus, Sec-43, Delhi-Sukrajkund Road, Faridabad.
Tel: 0129-4198600
Mob:7407557576
web:www.mrei.ac.in
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1st June 2012, 04:51 PM
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hi..
yes you can do P.HD IN INDIA..
you can do in any college which has been affliated by the UCG and AICTE
ONE OF THE COLEGE IN DELHI IS
delhi-ncr..
all the best...
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1st June 2012, 09:17 PM
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Hai...



Yes, as per your educational qualification is concerned, you can certainly do PhD in management from many of the reputed universities in India.

One of the renowned university in Delhi-NCR region, with state-of-the-art facilities and brilliant campus facility is Manav Rachna Educational Institution (UGC & AICTE approved). They have air-conditioned class rooms and top faculty members.

And other University are

Amity University

Kamaraj University

Bharathidasan University

Bharathiyar University

Vellore University


All the Best....
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21st August 2012, 07:52 PM
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Hi,
I have completed my MBA from Middlesex University,London in Dubai as part time over a period of two years which has 180 credits.Can I do a Phd in management in India. If so, please suggest some universities.
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Can I peruse PhD in India after completion of my MBA one year course from UK.
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