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Is entrance exam compulsory for doing Ph.D in History under correspondence mode?


Is entrance exam compulsory for doing Ph.D in History under correspondence mode? Can you please let me know the criteria followed? If entrance exam is there what type of preparation is needed? Can you please provide me the complete information soon?

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13th July 2016, 09:32 AM
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Is entrance exam compulsory for doing Ph.D in History under correspondence mode? Can you please let me know the criteria followed? If entrance exam is there what type of preparation is needed? Can you please provide me the complete information soon?
Yes, entrance exam is compulsory to do Ph.D course in History through distance mode.

So you can apply for UGC NET exam to do Ph.D course.

NET stands for National Eligibility Test.

The educational qualification required for NET exam is masters degree from a recognized university with above 55% marks. 5% relaxation is given for SC/ST category candidates. Final year student are also eligible for NET exam.

There are no age criteria for NET exam but for JRF posts, your age should be below 28 years.
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13th July 2016, 12:58 PM
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Yes, definitely Entrance examination is compulsory for pursuing Ph.D courses in any subject through distance mode also. Open Universities also conduct their own Entrance examination in order to take admission for Ph.D courses.
Candidates must complete the syllabus of Masters degree in order to prepare for the Entrance examination as questions will come from that part.
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