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    When is MBA PhD exam for Pune university?

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    Re: When is MBA PhD exam for Pune university?

    Welcome to PhD in Pune University Section. Here you will find PhD in Pune University, Admission 2012-2013, Management, Computer Science, Economics, Entrance Exam 2012.PhD in Pune University:-

    Pune University offers Ph.D Programs in Arts, Fine Arts and Performing Arts, Management, Medicine, Physical Education, Ayurvedic, Pharmaceuticals, Law, Commerce, Science Departments.


    1. For admission to the Ph.D. programme in a subject in any faculty, applicants fulfilling the following criteria shall be treated as eligible:

    a: Persons having passed Post Graduate Degree Examination with at least 50% marks or having grade equivalent thereto awarde d by the concerned University. The cases of persons having less than 50% marks at Post Graduate Degree Examination be referred to R & R committee for consideration. The Registration of such persons shall be confirmed on the recommendations of the R. & R. Committee.


    b: Persons working in National laboratories-institutes/ Government /private organization nominated/ sponsored by the respective employer. These persons should be holding rank of the Asstt. Director/ or above


    c: In professional faculties like Ayurved, Medicine, Law, Homeopathy etc. persons having passed Graduate Degree and have got at least 15 years professional experience.

    2. The fellow members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and/or Institute of Cost and Works Accountants shall be held eligible for registration for Ph.D. in the subject in the Board of Studies in Accountancy and Actuarial Science in the Faculty of Commerce provided that they possess a Bachelor’s Degree of any statutory University.

    3. A Graduate in Engineering who has developed important new techniques [new for the country] or designed and fabricated special instruments or apparatus which are deemed by competent judges to be a valuable contribution to engineering may be permitted by the B.U.T.R. in Engineering on the recommendation of the appropriate Board or Boards of Studies to submit his thesis for the Ph.D. Degree in that Faculty. Such a candidate must have at least five years’ standing as a Bachelor of Engineering.

    Above-mentioned rules will be applicable to the foreign students who have obtained the Master’s Degree from the statutory Indian Universities.

    2. Application for research in inter-disciplinary areas and from applicants belonging to a faculty or subject other than the faculty or subject in which the research is proposed to be done and from the international students [ those who have not obtained the degree from Indian Universities] shall be considered on the basis of the proven ability and aptitude of the researcher for such kind of research. Such proposal shall be examined by the Guide and the Head, Place of Research before giving provisional admission. The admission will be confirmed after the R & R Committee/s concerned approves the topic.


    1.An applicant seeking admission to the Ph.D. programme shall apply to the Registrar in the prescribed application form [Appendix ‘A’] along with the registration fee as may be prescribed from time to time.

    2.The applicant shall submit along with the application eight copies of his/her Ph.D. proposal as per the guidelines. [Appendix ‘B’] to the place of research.

    3.On ascertaining the eligibility of the applicant and on the recommendation of the guide, the Head of the place of research shall provisionally admit[Appendix ‘C’] the student. The admission will be confirmed [Appendix ‘D’] after the R&R Committee approves the topic.

    4 After the provisional admission applicant shall be required to make a brief presentation at the place of research before a Committee consisting of the Research Guide as the Chairperson and two recognized Research Guides in the relevant area recommended by the Guide. The presentation will be arranged by the Head, place of research on a date suggested by the Research Guide. The report of the presentation shall be sent by the Head, within one month from the date of presentation , to the University office to be placed before the R&R Committee. In case of any dispute/problem, Dean of the concerned Faculty shall take appropriate steps. In case where Head of place of research is Dean of concerned faculty, Vice Chancellor will take appropriate steps. This presentation should be arranged within six months of provisional admission.

    5. The R&R Committee shall approve the selection of the topic and appoint, in case of inter-disciplinary subjects, co-guide/s recognized by this or, in special circumstances, by any other recognized University.

    6. If the presentation is uns atisfactory, the proposal shall be rejected and the applicant shall be required to submit a fresh proposal and make a presentation again.

    7. The date of provisional admission shall be the date of registration which shall be valid for five years. Extension up to a maximum period of two years shall be given by the R&R Committee/s concerned only if considerable work has been done by the candidate. The candidate concerned must submit the application for extension through his guide and the Head, place of research before the expiry of the registration period.

    8. If the candidate desires, he/she can partially modify the title and the proposed plan of the research, the Dean/s concerned shall approve such changes on the recommendation of the guide and the Head of the place of research.

    9. As per the provision in Ordinance No. 116, no candidate shall be allowed to simultaneously register for Ph. D. and any other degree course.

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