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31st December 2014, 01:17 PM
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Possibility to study Ph.D in Life Science for M.Sc(Botany) postgraduate?


hello
i had finished my
msc in botany and i am intrested
in doing my phd in life science .
is that possible and if it so plz give me guidence......




  #2  
1st January 2015, 11:23 PM
ajayrocks007
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Default Re: Possibility to study Ph.D in Life Science for M.Sc(Botany) postgraduate?

If you have got M.Sc Degree in Botany with at least 55% marks then you are definitely eligible for admission into a Ph.D program. Relaxation in marks is available for candidates who belong to reserved category.

Admission in a Ph.D program is based on the entrance exam conducted by the respective University. Candidates who have qualified NET/SLET can apply for admission directly on the basis of their score.

Those who have fellowships under their belt are also eligible for Ph.D admission without any entrance exam. Hence, if you fulfill any of the above conditions then you can go ahead.
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2nd January 2015, 04:40 PM
Devdatta Divekar
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Default Re: Possibility to study Ph.D in Life Science for M.Sc(Botany) postgraduate?

Academically, you are meeting the eligibility criteria for doing Phd in life science. If you have scored at least 55% in MSc. To apply for Ph.D. you can either directly apply to the professors of
different universities sending them your resume , Statement of purpose
and your research papers. Or you can appear for UGC-NET examination
and then sending your NET scores to the professors under whom you want
to undergo your Ph.D. course.
Do you have any question? or have anything to say?





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