The Ph.D. program trains the students to discover new knowledge of high scholarly level. The program prepares students for careers of teachers and scholars at the universities, research institutes and think tanks in both public and private sectors, and also in the media. The Department of International Studies is committed to a broad interdisciplinary approach to the study of International Studies based on theoretical diversity, intellectual depth, analytical rigor,and scholarly excellence. The curriculum is focused to equip the students to train in international relations that is both multidisciplinary and policy-relevant covering various important regions of the globe.
Fees - 30,000/- Par year + Admission Registration fee of INR 5000/ (Non-Refundable)
Admissions are done on the basis of Christ University Entrance Test, Skill Assessment, Academic Performance (Assessment of past performance in Degree and MPhil and the research proposal during the Personal Interview), and Personal interview.
The minimum eligibility of candidates intending to pursue a doctoral programme is a pass with a minimum of 55% in a postgraduate programme and MPhil. The students who have cleared UGC-CSIR NET/JRF examination or SLET/GATE examinations and also the students who have worked as JRF for one year in the externally funded major research projects may be exempted from MPhil requirement. In the case of internally funded major research projects (MRP), the students may be exempted from MPhil requirement after two years of research experience. Under certain conditions such as the presence of high impact publications students with a high academic performance at the postgraduate level, may be admitted directly to a Ph.D. programme.
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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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