Method of Application
01st Jan, 2019
Academy of Maritime Education and Training (AMET) is India’s first Marine University for maritime-concerned education, training, and research. AMET is founded as a private maritime institute. It provides a wide range of courses approved by Directorate General of Shipping and University Grants Commission, including vocational certificates at many levels, bachelor degrees, and diplomas; as well as postgraduate certificates and degrees, including doctorates.
Director, Research at AMET invites applications for Full-Time and Part-Time Doctor of Philosophy (PH.D.) Programmes, for around three years and four years period respectively. Full Time allows studying doctoral work in Full-Time at Academy of Maritime Education and Training (AMET). While Part Time will involve being employed and working at AMET.
01st Jan, 2019
|Last date for receipt of Application Forms||01st Jan, 2019|
AMET provides Ph.D. programmes in the following fields of research:
You should possess a Master's Degree or M.Phil. or M.S. (By Research) of this University or any other qualification recognized as equivalent thereto in the fields of study notified by the University from time to time.
You should have secured a minimum of 55% marks for general category and 50% marks for SC/ST category or CGPA of 5.5 on a ten point scale for general category and 5.0 for SC/ST category in the qualifying examination.
Step 1: You can download the Application form online from the AMET University website.
Step 2: Fill in the Application Form with the necessary details.
Step 3: Attach the following enclosures with the form:
Step 4: Send the filled in Application Form along with the enclosures to:
Director-Research, AMET University, 135, EAST COAST ROAD,
KANATHUR - 603112, INDIA.
You will be selected on the basis of written test and Interview. Your admission will be subject to not only your academic record but also on the availability of a research supervisor and facilities in your choice of area of research.
*The article might have information for the earlier academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification alloted by the University/College