The M.Phil. program is a two-year program, which is designed for those who would like to acquire a certain level of analytical and applied skills but may not be keen on pursuing a Ph.D. degree. If you are looking for M.Phil then details are given below-
To pursue M.Phil. one needs to have a Master’s degree in science, arts or engineering. The candidates need to acquire at least 55% marks in the subject chosen for M.Phil. Course or an allied subject at the postgraduate level to be considered eligible for the course. A written test may be conducted to assess the knowledge of the candidates. The candidates who qualify in the written test will be required to appear in an interview. The admission procedure and mode of selection for admission into Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) through the distance learning, however, may vary from one Institute to another. Some of the Institutes have specified added eligibility criteria for admitting candidates into their learning M.Phil.
Master of Philosophy Specializations
- Guru Nanak Sikh Studies.
- Chinese & Japanese Studies. Bioscience.
- Psychiatric Social Work.
- Psychology. And more.
Course Structure and Duration:
M.Phil. students are required to take eight courses (four compulsory and the remaining four optional), which they must complete in the first year. Ph.D. students are required to take fourteen courses (four compulsory and ten optional), which they are expected to complete in two years. Apart from this, all M.Phil. students are required to take the course on research methodology and the course on Seminar Series.
M.Phil. students in Jharkhand need to pay a tuition fee of 12,000/- per semester and a hostel fee, which is 8% of the fellowship amount per month, and more water and electricity charges as per actual. The tuition fee may be revised from time to time.
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