Manipur University - [MU], Imphal - Ph.D

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Ph.D

Full Time
Course Information

Course Description

Latest Update: Keeping the previous year trends in mind, Manipur University will most likely release pre Ph.D. admission notice for the session 2021 in January.

Event Date
Ph.D. Admission form released January 2021
Last date for filling up of form To be Announced
Entrance exam date To be Announced
Personal Interview date To be Announced
Release of selected candidates To be Announced
Commencement of new session To be Announced

Manipur University offers doctoral degrees in 23 specializations and various disciplines like Engineering sciences, Core sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences, and Languages. The Ph.D. course at the university lasts for a minimum of 3 years and can extend up to 8 years for general candidates and 10 years for women and PwD candidates.

  • The Institute offers courses in 25 specializations which include Adult Cont Edu & Ext, Anthropology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy, Dance and Music, Earth Sciences, English and Cultural Studies, Geography, Hindi, History, Library and Info Sciences, Life Sciences, Linguistics, Mathematics, Management Studies, Technology, Mass Communication, Philosophy, Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Physics, Political Science, Sociology and Statistics
  • To apply for a PhD course in the university, the candidate must have at least a Master’s degree in the pertinent subject with at least 55% marks
  • A 100 mark internal examination is conducted for admission in Ph.D. along with a personal interview. However, the examination is not necessary for certain candidates.
  • The mode of admission is offline and the candidate has to fill up the application form and bring it in person to the admission cell or the concerned department
  • The selection is based on UGC NET/ UGC CSIR NET/ DBT BET/ GATE/ SET/ SLET scores. 

Manipur University Ph.D. Eligibility Criteria

To apply for a Ph.D. course at the university, the candidate must have the following requirements.

  • The applicant must have a Master’s degree or its equivalent granted to him by an institution approved by the Assessment and Accreditation Agency
  • The minimum aggregate marks scored in the degree must be 55% or its equivalent grade of B on a 7 point scale
  • For SC/ST/OBC candidates a relaxation of 5% can be observed

Manipur University Ph.D. Admission Guidelines

Admission to Manipur University is based on the score achieved in Qualifying Entrance Test (QET), however, candidates that have qualified UGC NET/ UGC CSIR NET/ DBT BET/ GATE/ SET/ SLET or have passed an M.Phil program do not need to sit for the written exam.

  • The steps to apply for the course are as below
    • The candidate need to either download the application form from the university website or get it from the university itself
    • All the details must be filled up accordingly as asked in the application form
    • Along with the application form, a demand draft of INR 500 should be drawn in favor of the Registrar, Manipur University which is payable at the SBI branch on the campus
    • Along with the application form and the DD, the candidate should send the following documents to the concerned HOD or the admission cell
      • Marksheet of SSC/HSC and Graduation/Post Graduation
      • 2 recent self-attested photographs
      • Migration Certificate from the institute last attended
      • Caste Certificate if applicable
      • Disability Certificate if applicable
      • Entrance Exam scorecard if applicable
  • The QET has a time duration of 2 hours and an aggregate total of 100 marks. The exam is MCQ and has a qualifying score of 50
  • The candidates who qualify for the QET need to sit for the interview. The interview will be of 50 marks and will have 2 components
  • The first part of the interview is about the research proposal and the other is a personal interview
  • Additional marks will be given based on the percentage secured in the PG exam which is called the academic index
  • The final list will be based on total marks in the interview and academic index
  • The selected candidates then have to pay the required fees when an admission slip is granted to them by the HOD
  • UGC CSIR JRF/ICMR JRF and foreign nationals can take admission provisionally throughout the whole year

Read More:  Manipur University Admission

Manipur University Ph.D. Course Details

Before starting the thesis a provisional Ph.D. scholar is required to take coursework for one semester. The course work consists of 4 credits and 3 papers.

The Ph.D. course is of 3 years duration and can extend up to 8 years for general candidates and 10 years for women and PwD candidates.

Adult Cont Edu & Ext Economics Chemistry Library & Info Sc
Anthropology English Computer Science Life Science
Biochemistry Geography Earth Science Linguistics
Biotechnology History Education Manipuri
Commerce Hindi Philosophy Physics Mathematics
Political Sc Mass Communication Statistics

Manipur University Ph.D. Syllabus

Course Topics
PhD Research methodology, Advanced Knowledge on the subject of his choice, Literature Review, Project/Term Paper, and a Seminar.

The content of the paper will be decided by the department. To sit for the exam the candidate should maintain an attendance of 75% while the minimum score to pass the exam is 55%. In case of failure, the candidate can sit for the exam only one more time.

  • After completing the course work, the candidate must submit his synopsis of the proposed research and an open seminar on it shall be organized
  • A research supervisor shall be allocated to the candidate to help him through the course and then the final registration for the Ph.D. program will take place
  • The candidate needs to appear before the Board of Studies of the Department (BSD) every 6 months to report on the progress. If any mistakes are founds, the BSD suggest corrective measures
  • After a minimum of three years, the candidate can submit his thesis which is brought before a committee of experts which include internal as well as external members
  • If satisfactory the committee may decide to either invite the candidate for an interview for further clarification or grant him the degree
  • If unsatisfactory, the committee will suggest changes to the candidate after which he can reapply

Manipur University Ph.D. Fee Structure

The fee structure is as mentioned below

Fee Detail Semester 1 Semester 2
Tuition Fee 600 600
Admission Fee 100 100
Registration Fee 3000 -
Other Fee 10925 10925
Total 14625 11625

Read More:  Manipur University Fees

Manipur University Ph.D. FAQs

Ques. What is the policy on plagiarism for a Manipur University Ph.D. thesis?

Ans. The maximum amount of plagiarism allowed is 10% and the thesis will be checked for plagiarism by software provided by the university.

Ques. What is the Manipur University Ph.D. program admission fee for foreign nationals?

Ans. The admission fee for foreign nationals is 5 times that of normal charges. The same is the case with sponsored candidates by State/Central Government/Public undertaking.

Ques. Can a Manipur University Ph.D. candidate change the research topic?

Ans. A change in research topic is allowed on the condition that it is done within one year from the final Ph.D. registration and a new proposal be sent concurrently.

Ques. What are the conditions under which the Manipur University Ph.D. can be canceled?

Ans. Due to the following reason, Manipur University Ph.D. can be canceled:

  • Being absent continuously for 3 months
  • Resignation
  • Misconduct or indiscipline
  • Unsatisfactory progress

Ques. Is a leave of absence allowed for the Manipur University Ph.D. program?

Ans. Ph.D. scholars are not allowed to take vacations. However, female candidates can take maternity/child care leave for 240 days during the entire duration.

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Hi Sir, The eligibility criterion to enter into this course is having passed 10 2 examination successfully with minimum 50% marks from any stream. The preference in some universities is given to candidates who are from a sports background.
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Is there is any enterence exam held for admission in BCA course
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