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Masters Program    M.phil Program    Ph.D Program

   Masters Program:

 
  • The course of study for M.A. M.Sc., M.P.A., M.B.A. degree hereinafter referred to as Master's degree shall normally extended over four semesters.
  • A Master's degree will be awarded for passing a minimum of 60 Credits. A course of one credit shall mean one hour of lecture or three hours of Laboratory work per week.
  • The courses of study and syllabi for various degrees of University shall be submitted by the respective Board of Studies/Board of Faculties to the Academic Council/Syndicate for approval. Such courses and syllabi shall become effective from the date of approval by the Syndicate or such other date as the Syndicate may determine.
  • Teaching in various courses shall be conducted in University departments or constituent / affiliated institutions through lectures, tutorials, discussions, seminars, demonstrations, practical work in laboratories, field work and other methods of instructions approved by the Academic Council.
  • Teaching in each department/institute shall be conducted by the University teachers or such other persons as may be declared to be teachers by the University.
  • Teaching in each department and institute shall be organized through courses specified for each subject and approval by the relevant authorities mentioned in Courses of Study.
  • At the end of each semester a student shall be required to pass at least 12 credits for less than 12 credits shall required to pass all the registered credits, if he/she has availed one chance as concession, failing which he/she has cease to be a student of the University.
  • A student repeat the compulsory course(s) in which he/she has failed, as soon as the course(s) are offered next.
  • No student shall be allowed to continue studies beyond SIX semesters under any circumstances.

 


   M.Phil Program:

  • M.Phil program shall be open only to persons selected as Junior Research Assistants by the University.
  • The requirements for the M.Phil. degree shall normally be completed within four consecutive semesters.
  • The requirements for the M.Phil. degree shall comprise Course work and Dissertation.
  • The course credit shall normally be completed within the first two semesters. The course requirements for each department shall be 24 credits.
  • Dissertation of 26 credits based on research shall normally be completed by the end of the fourth semester.
  • A course of one credit mean one hour of s.
  • The chairman of each department shall forward within seven days of  the commencement of the semester classes all the registration of courses cards to the Controller of Examinations. The JAL can change/drop course(s)within fifteen days from the date of commencement of semester on the recommendations of the teacher and the Chairman of the Department concerned.
  • A JRA must register in at least 50% of the credit courses in the first semester and the remaining credits in the second semester.
  • The courses of study and syllabi for the M. Phil degree shall be submitted through the respective Board of Studies and Faculties to the Academic Council and Syndicate for approval. Such courses and syllabi shall become effective from the date of approval by the Academic Council or as may be Prescribed.
  • Teaching in various courses for M. Phil shall be conducted in the University Departments or the constituent / affiliated institutions through lectures, tutorials, discussions, seminars, field work and other methods of instruction as approved by the Academic Council,
  • Teaching shall be conducted by the University teachers or by such other persons who may be allowed by the Vice-Chancellor to teach .
  • Teaching shall be entrusted to a person who possesses a Doctorate unless otherwise permitted by the Advanced Studies and Research Board.
  • Teaching shall be organized through courses prescribed by the Academic Council/Syndicate from time to time.
  • In case a JRL fails to complete the M.Phil requirements within the normal period of four semesters the Advanced Studies and Research Board may allow his/her extension for one semester on the recommendation of the Supervisor duly endorsed by the chairman. Extension for another semester may be allowed by the Advanced Studies and Research Board, provided the supervisor justifies the extension to the satisfaction of the board by indicating the circumstances which lead to non-completion of M.Phil program within five semesters provided that no fellowship or any type of assistantship shall be provided during the extended period of 5th or 6th semester.
  • No extension beyond six semesters will be granted under any circumstances.

 


   Ph.D Program:

 
  • The period for completion of Ph.D. program shall be counted from the date of registration.
  • The minimum period for completion of Ph.D. program shall be three years whereas the maximum period shall be six years.
  • A Ph.D. student may be required to complete course work of upto 24 credit hours if he does not hold a M.Phil. or equivalent degree.
  • A Ph.D. student shall be required to pass a comprehensive examination (written as well as oral) before the submission of his thesis. If the student does not pass the comprehensive examination in first attempt he may given one more chance on the recommendation of his Supervisor.
  • The registration of Ph.D. Student shall be deemed as cancelled if he does not pass the comprehensive examination even in the second attempt.
  • After passing the comprehensive examination but before the submission of his thesis, a Ph.D. student will give one seminar on topic relevant to his field of research.

 


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