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8th August 2011, 09:17 AM
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How to do Ph.D in Food science and Technology through part time or by correspondence? Is it possible to do my Ph.D?


Dear sir,
My name is Ghulam jeelani Raja.I am from Jammu and kashmir.I have completed my M.sc food science and technology (regular) from university of kashmir with distinction.Now i want to have my P.hd in Food science and technology either by part time or by correspondence.Is it possible to have my P.hd.
help me i this regard. That will be your most kindness.





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Dear sir,
My name is Atul from Lucknow.I have completed my M.sc food technology (regular). Now i want to have my P.hd in Food technology/ Food science and technology either by part time or by correspondence.Is it possible to have my P.hd.
help me i this regard. That will be your most kindness
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I have completed my 12 th exam can shall i complete my cource in bsc food techchnology
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Respected sir, My name is Gayathri and nw im about to complete my degree in Bsc.Food Technology. I wanted to know about the courses that are offered in food industry before doing my masters degree.If yes can u please tell me about the benefits and defects regarding that.
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