Method of Application
30th Jan 2018
Period of full-time Ph.D. is at least 3 years and maximum 5 years and part-time Ph.D. The Departmental Research Committees (DRCs) of the university handles the activities concerned to Ph.D. courses including the admission procedure. The university debars registration of aspirants under the Guideship of any relative. Along with this, SC/ST aspirants get 5 % relaxation in marks in the eligibility for Ph.D. and M.Phil. programs.
Aspirants can apply for both the courses online by filling up application form with a demand draft of Rs. 500. Aspirants who finished their Master’s before 19-9-1991 with 50% marks or above can also apply. There are 4 sessions for admission to Ph.D. programs which are carried out in the months of January, April, July and October.
30th Jan 2018
|Last date to Apply||30th Jan, 2018|
The eligibility for M.Phil. and Ph.D. courses are as follows:
Following steps will guide the aspirants to apply for M.Phil. and Ph.D. programs:
Aspirants can use the common application form to apply for both, full-time or part-time M. Fill in the details cautiously, especially individual details and graduation and post-graduation details. Phil. courses.
Attach a requisition letter, a demand draft of Rs.500/- (in case of general category) and Rs.250/- (in case of aspirants belonging to SC/ST) drawn in the favour of: BHARATHIDASAN UNIVERSITY payable at TIRUCHIRAPPALLI -620024 and community certificate (for SC/ST aspirants) with your application.
If the aspirant wishes to pay online, visit the website http://www.bdu.ac.in/online-payment/ and enclose the online receipt with your application.
Enclose the following documents along with your application:
Aspirants can either hand the application in person to the university or can post the application to the following address:
Submit the duplicate form to the principal of the college, aspirant is getting himself enrolled in before the last date of the submission of application.
The selection of an aspirant will be made on the result of the written entrance exam and the interview.
The written test will contain 75 questions objective in nature focusing on the following aspects:
The interview will be of 25 marks in which aspirant’s intellectual level and communication skills are judged.
Aspirants who have passed M.Phil./NET/UGC/CSIR/JRF will be exempted from the written test but the interview will still be mandatory.
Students will be free to select their own guides. Also, the “Minutes of the Departmental Research Committee” will indicate the chosen guide/branch.
The aspirants who have applied for Ph.D. in Independent Research Scholars category are exempted from the written test as well.The DRC will decide the final allotment of the Research guide.
There should not be a repetition in the researchers. The research guides should be presented the proposal.
Part-time Ph.D. researchers will be allotted co-guide or coordinators at their own place of work.