Candidate must have passed the PG or equivalent examination from a recognized state/private/deemed or central University with at least 55% 45% to 50% for reserved category candidates) of the marks.
– He/She shall not be having any backlog or compartment in any of the subject/Subjects at PG level that is yet to be cleared at the time of taking admissions.
– Apart from the above-mentioned eligibility criteria’s various colleges and institutes may have their own additional criteria’s which the students would have to satisfy in order to take admission.
– In case of reserved category students, they would have to present their reservation certificates issued by the competent authorities in order to avail the benefits applicable to them.
– Certain Institute provides admission through Common Entrance Test (CET). To get admission in these institutes candidates would have to qualify the respective entrance exam by securing minimum qualifying marks.The
eligibility criteria’s mentioned above are common to most of the universities and colleges across the country that are offering this course to the students.
*M.Phil: Admission Process*
The process of admission for the course is a mix of both merit-based selection procedure and a common entrance test based admission process (as seen across various Universities and colleges in the country). For ease of
understanding, we have dealt with the process of admission for this course in a more detailed manner under the below-mentioned points. Have a look at them.
– Some Universities/Colleges conduct a common entrance test for admission into the course hence students would have to make an application for such exams.
– Students have to qualify these exams (for which they should be eligible to appear) in order to get admission in the course.
– After the conduct of the test, a merit list of finally qualified candidates is prepared and candidates are invited for admission process by the respective university or college.
– After final allotment of seats to the candidate, the candidates are asked to deposit the fee for the course and register for the respective academic year.
In most of the colleges, the admission process would be based on merit-based admissions and would involve college giving admissions based of the percentage of marks obtained by the candidate.