The programs equip students to undertake interdisciplinary research by providing a broad-based practical training in the best in the class national laboratories of CSIR. The Programs are structured around academic coursework (as per program requirement) and mandatory courses viz. one Project Proposal & one Review Article writing; and Societal Program; and research in frontier areas of Science, Technology and Engineering leading to Ph.D degree.
The candidates can exercise a maximum of three preferences for CSIR Labs (which are AcSIR centres). Candidates will be screened based on their preferences given. However, it does not give any right to the candidate to be offered admission as per his/her preference/ choice, as the selection is purely based on merit/ performance and/ or available vacancies.
Short-listed candidates for the program will be intimated electronically and they will be required to appear for an interview for selection at the designated centres on the dates announced
PhD in Engineering-
(i) A Master’s degree in Engineering or Technology following a four-year engineering/technology or 4/5 year science degree; or an integrated minimum-5-year M Tech degree; or equivalent.
(ii) At least one of the following
(a) Awarded a national-level fellowship (such as NET JRF) tenable at CSIR institutes
(b) Meeting all the conditions required for eligibility for the CSIR-SRF
(c) Meeting all the conditions for the award of the INSPIRE fellowship (typically awarded to students ranked first in the University)
(d) Meeting all the conditions stipulated by AcSIR for Project Assistants to register for a PhD
(e) Meeting all the conditions stipulated by AcSIR for industry-sponsored* students.
Integrated Dual-Degree PhD (IDDP) Program-
(i) A 4-year undergraduate degree in Engineering or Science (such as BE/BTech/BS), or a five-year degree in Science (such as MSc), or equivalent. AND
(b) Meeting all the conditions required for eligibility for the CSIR-GATE-JRF
* with an endorsement from Industry, Academic or Research Institutes for required academic leave and financial support during the program. These are only minimum quality yardsticks of eligibility for consideration for admission and bear no relationship with financial assistance or scholarship. Any stipend, scholarship or financial source for study would be the sole responsibility of the student. AcSIR itself does not provide any such scholarship or have any rule in these matters
Candidates whose final results are awaited, but who are otherwise eligible as per the screening criteria, can also apply. If selected, they will be provisionally admitted to the program. Their continuation in the program will be subject to securing required percentage/ equivalent grade (depending on the cut-off marks for screening for the specific program) and submission of marks-sheet of their final result at the time of joining the program.
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Accreditation is a process by which the quality of a programme is examined and certified normally by an external body of academics. It validates and certifies that academic processes practised within an institute are robust and relevant.
For any programme to be recognized for further studies or a profession it needs to be approved either by a University or/and by a professional council as the case may be.
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