GLA University Mathura Phd Admission 2017 Eligibility, Application, Dates

PhD Admission Programs 2017 (Part-Time/Full-Time) Eligibility, Application Form, Important Dates and more details

GLA University has been invited applications for admission to Part-Time/Full-Time PhD Courses for the academic year 2017.

Phd Courses with Number of Seats: Computer Science & Engineering (08seats), Mechanical / Production Engineering (06seats), Civil Engineering (02seats), Electrical Engineering (04seats), Electronics & Communication Engineering (01seat), Biotechnology (01seat), Microbiology (01seat), Pharmaceutics (02seats), Pharmaceutical Chemistry (01seat), Chemistry (02seats), Physics (02seats), English (02seats), Mathematics (05seats), Management/Commerce (05seats) and Education (01seat).

GLA University Mathura Phd Admission 2017 Eligibility Criteria

Master’s Degree in relevant / appropriate discipline/field/subject with first division or minimum cumulative grade point average of 6.75 on 10 point scale.

GLA University Mathura Phd Admission 2017 Important Dates

Last Date of receiving applications: July 12th 2017

Date of Entrance Test: July 22nd 2017 at 10.30 AM

Date of Interview: July 22nd 2017

Scholarship for full-time

A teaching Assistant ship of Rs.20,000/- per month will be given to selected research scholars from Engineering discipline only.

GLA University Mathura Phd Admission 2017 Admission Procedure

The applicant will have to qualify the Ph.D. entrance test conducted by the University or central bodies such as UGC / CSIR etc. The qualified applicant will be interviewed by the respective departmental research committee.

Admission to Ph.D. Programs will be done through the written test followed by interview of the shortlisted applicants.

The Entrance Examination and Interview will be conducted at University Campus.

Financial assistantship will be offered to deserving full time scholars in engineering stream only.

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