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9th November 2014, 09:33 PM
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For which subject I should apply for Ph.D in NIPER being a M.Pharma final year student?


Hello
I`m doing my final year M.Pharm n
i wanna do PHD in NIPER.....
tell me the subject which i apply for phd in niper????
please let me know immediately





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13th November 2014, 09:21 PM
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Default Re: For which subject I should apply for Ph.D in NIPER being a M.Pharma final year student?

It depends on your M.Pharma stream. If you have done your M.Pharma in Pharmaceutics then you must opt for the same subjects because it will be easier for you to do your research in this subject.

You haven't mentioned your M.Pharma subject. Opting for the same subjects that you have chosen in M.Pharma will give you more confidence during your Ph.D studies as you have already done your project and dissertation work in the same subjects during your Master's Degree.

For getting admission in Ph.D NIPER, you have to clear the entrance examination. Those who have cleared exams like GPAT and CSIR NET are preferred for Ph.D admission. Therefore, if you have any of these scores then you must use it.
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