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North Bengal University M.Phil Admissions 2019: Eligibility, Application Process, Dates

Updated On - July 25th 2019 by SAPNA MALIK

North Bengal University provides Master of Philosophy (M.Phil) program in 24 disciplines. M.Phil is a 2-year and 4-Semester program. Candidates holding a Master's degree or equivalent in relevant specialization with at least 55% marks are eligible for admission. 

Aspirants seeking admission to  North Bengal University (NBU) have to appear for Entrance test followed by Viva-voce/Interview to confirm their seats. Applicants who have qualified UGC- NET/ UGC – CSIR NET/ SLET/ SET/ GATE, or who are teachers of this university/ fellowship holders/ M.Phil. degree holders with at least 55% marks are exempted from the Entrance Test. 

All the applicants have to appear for Viva-Voce/ Interview. Applicants for M.Phill program can be filled online by remitting the required application fee via credit/debit card or net banking or by using SBI challan downloaded from NBU-SBI Portal.  Check North Bengal University Admission 2019

  • Mode of Application

    Online & Offline Both

  • START DATE - END DATE

    14th Dec, 2019 - 17th Dec, 2019


Important Dates

M.Phil/Ph.D in Science
STATUSEVENTDATE
Application form 14th - 17th Dec, 2019
Date of Entrance Examination 19th - 22nd Dec, 2019

Eligibility

M.Phil. (Remote Sensing and GIS Applications)

CourseSpecializationEligibility
M.Phil (1 Year)BengaliMaster's degree or equivalent in relevant specialization with at least 55% marks. 
Political Science
Law
Geography
Sociology
History
Commerce
Economics
English
Nepali
Philosophy
Hindi
LIS
Himalayan Studies
Anthropology
Chemistry
Bio-technology
TeaScience
Geology
Zoology
Botany
Microbiology
Physics
Mathematics

Note: A relaxation of 5% of marks, from 55% to 50%, or an equivalent relaxation of grade, may be allowed for those belonging to SC/ST/OBC (non-creamy layer) / differently-abled, and other categories of candidates as per UGC regulations.


How To Apply

M.Phil/Ph.D in Science

Application process for M.Phill is online. Eligible candidates can visit the website of North Bengal University and follow the given process to complete the application process:

  1. Register using a valid e-mail address and Mobile number.
  2. Fill all the information correctly and attach scanned photocopy of passport size photograph and signature.
  3. Remit the required application fee using Net Banking/ Credit card/ ATM-cum-Debit card/ SBI challan downloaded from NBU-SBI Portal. 
  4. After getting confirmation, proceed to application process.
  5. Select the course of your choice.
  6. Provide all the required inforamtion i.e. Applicant Details, Correspondence Address and Parents details.
  7. Confirm the status, submit and take a print out for record purpose.


Admission Process

M.Phil/Ph.D in Science

Admission to M.Phil program is granted on the basis of Entrance Test conducted by University. In the entrance test 50% shall be the qualifying marks. The syllabus of the entrance test shall consist of 50% of research methodology and 50% shall be subject specific.

Applicants who have qualified UGC- NET/ UGC – CSIR NET/ SLET/ SET/ GATE, or who are teachers of this university/ fellowship holders/ M.Phil. degree holders with at least 55% marks are exempted from the Entrance Test. However, these candidates have to appear for the interview / viva-voce part of the entrance test.

Documents Required at the time of Admission:

  1. Xerox of Academic certificates.
  2. Original Copies of all the certificates (For Verification).
  3. Caste Certificate (For SC candidates).
  4. UGC- NET/ UGC – CSIR NET/ SLET/ SET/ GATE score card (If applicable).

  5.  


Scholarships

The University endows the following scholarships to its deserving candidates:

  1. SC/ST Welfare and Backward Class Scholarships
  2. Scholarships given by Govt. of India

*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College

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