Earlier in time, there had been a lot of outflow of the students from India to abroad for the purpose of higher studies. But these days, mainly after the emergence of the treaty BRICS, India has been evolved to be one of the major centers for innovation and research. Due to this, there has been an enormous economic development of the country, which has actually led to the overall enhancement of facilities and the centers for research in the country. Since the year 2000, there has been an almost double of the universities today in the country and the higher education system in the country is getting stronger day by day.
With the passage of time, there has been a major growth in the number of students in the country who are opting for higher studies. Many of the universities of the country have reached on the top list among the world universities.
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Ph.D. programmes in India work on a three-level. First, you need to have a bachelor degree; followed by a master degree from a reputed university and then you are eligible to sit for Ph.D. entrance. The Ph.D. session is almost flexible and depends on from university to university. The Ph.D. programme generally has a 3 years course.
Application and Admissions
- The candidate need to be GATE qualified
- In case the candidate is not GATE qualified, then, in that case, the candidate has to go through an entrance exam conducted by the university and then on successful qualification in the exam, the candidates need to appear for an interview. The different colleges have a different number of seats for Ph.D. aspirants.
The two modes of application are:
- Online: Through visiting the official website (www.uktech.ac.in) and filling up the form there.
- Offline: Download the form from the website and then send the filled form with a DD of Rs 1000(Gen) and Rs 500(SC/ST) in the favor of “Finance Controller Uttarakhand Technical University, Dehradun”. The last date is 17 January’2017.