PhD admission 2013 in Chemistry at Calcutta University

University of Calcutta announced admission to PhD Programme in the field of Chemistry, Calcutta University. the last date to apply for the post is 9 April 2013

Created On: Mar 8, 2013 15:41 IST

University of Calcutta was established in 1857 and is recognised as a Five Star University and a Centre with Potential for Excellence by the University Grants Commission and the National Assessment and Accreditation Council. It invites application from eligible candidates to the PhD. Programme in Chemistry.

Name of Programme and Number of Seats

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Programme in Chemistry: 20 seats                   

Important Date

  • Deadline for Submission of Application Form: 9 April 2013
  • Date of Admission Test: 16 April 2013 at 12 noon
  • Date of Interview: 16 April 2013 at 3 pm

Eligibility Criteria

Educational Qualification: Post graduate degree in Chemistry with at least 50% Marks obtained in (or allied disciplines subject to endorsement by the concerned Ph.D. Committee) from any UGC recognized University are eligible to appear in the Examination. Those who have qualified in NET/GATE/SLET or already obtained M.Phil degree would be exempted from the written test.

Selection Process

The candidates will be selected on the basis of Admission Test and interview by the university. The test will be based on B. Sc. (Hons.) and M. Sc. Syllabi of this University.

Application Fee and Mode of Payment

Candidates are requested to deposit application fee of Rs100 either by cash or DD through duly filled in C.U. Challan, endorsed by the Head of the Department.

How to Apply

Candidates are required to submit duly filled in application form along with a challan, against the payment, is to be endorsed by the Head of Department (HOD). The filled in form is to be submitted to the Head of the Department (Chemistry), University College of Science, Rashbehari Shiksha Prangan, 92 APC Road, Kolkata 700 009.

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