Ph.D. Programme in Nanoscience and technology

Based on written test & interview

Admission shall be based on a written test followed by an interview for short-listed candidates. The written test will consist of objective type questions. As per UGC 2016 regulations, the syllabus of the entrance test shall consist of 50% of research methodology and 50% subject specific questions. The syllabus for the subject related questions will cover some or all of the following topics: Mechanical Engineering; Metallurgical Engineering; Nanoscience and technology; Physics; Engineering Sciences, Chemical Engineering, of BE/B.Tech level and Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics of M.Sc./B.Sc. level;.

JRF qualified candidates are not exempted from the written exam but they will be given weightage as specified.

Course Work Requirements:
Candidates admitted to the Ph.D. programme will be required to undergo a mandatory core course work, besides any additional courses that may be recommended by the Research advisory committee to meet the demands of their research.