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9th October 2011, 12:22 AM
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Minimum Qualification to pursue Ph.D?


what is the minimum qualification for phd?
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9th October 2011, 12:37 PM
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what is the minimum qualification for phd?
reply me as early as possible.
Dear friend,

I have giving here the procedure for PHD for Engineering candidate.

Those who have completed B-Tech degree are also eligible for PHD course.But you must have Valid gate score.

Same case is applicable for also MCA candidate.

Those who have M-TECH degree are directly applicable for PHD course.

But candidate must score in academic above 60% marks.

Ever Institute conduct their PHD course in two times in a years.

So it is better for you to contact college website.

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15th October 2011, 11:22 PM
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HAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIII, DEAR
Most of the colleges require you to have at least 60% in your graduation.
The best way to get a college for such programs is GATE.
The best colleges for this program are IITs and JNU.
JNU conducts separate exam for admission but admission to IITs happened through GATE.
For details about GATE visit www.iitk.ac.in/gate/
IN THE SUBJECT, YOU HAVE COMPLETED YOUR POST-GRADUATION, YOU CAN APPLY FOR PH.D. IN THE SAME SUBJECT. BUT ATLEAST 55% MARKS ARE REQUIRED IN YOUR POST GRADUATION TO APPLY FOR PH.D.
YOU WILL HAVE TO CLEAR THE ENTRANCE TEST ALSO, CONDUCTED BY VARIOUS UNIVERSITIES, TO TAKE ADMISSION IN PH.D. SOME OF THE UNIVERSITIES ARE-
JNU,
DU,
ALIGARH UNIVERSITY,
ALLAHABAD UNIVERSITY,
CALCUTTA UNIVERSITY,
PUNE UNIVERSITY

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9th December 2011, 06:51 PM
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PG in distance education mode is eligible for Ph.d
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12th December 2011, 06:29 PM
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Dear friend,it is great to hear that you are interested in doing ph.d.usually the minimum qualification for doing ph.d is master's degree in the relevant field.but now even undergraduate student with extraordinary academic record can apply for ph.d.There is lot of exams conducted for doing ph.d such as 1.UGC NET 2.JEST 3.NBHM 4.INSPIRE FELLOWSHIP .ALL THE BEST
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25th January 2012, 12:27 PM
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How to do phd 's in iits. .
I'm m.tech student . . Please suggest me
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28th July 2012, 03:03 PM
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sir i have comleted 10th with 59%,12th with 47%, graduation bio with 64.3%.i want to join M.sc with botony.can i have chance for P.hd aftr graduation or post.g.
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13th May 2013, 11:26 PM
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im BSc with 41 percent in biology.can i get chance for phD in electrochemistry specially in plating pl.suggest
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