Doctor of Philosophy in Computational Biology is a full time course, duration varies from 2 to 10 years, the student has to finish between this timeline to obtain the Ph.D degree offered by Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi and Approved from UGC.
Eligible candidates can apply by sending an application directly to the faculty member of the institute depending on the research interests - the application must include the CV and other relevant information. Candidates must furnish all the necessary credentials in original (mark sheets, certificates, publications, research/professional experience etc.) at the time of interview. Admission will be offered on the basis of interview. The admission committee will invite the candidates for interview based on the applicant's credentials.
BTech / BE / MTech / MS / ME in CSE / IT / ECE / EE / Other Eng. CGPA at least 6.5 on a scale of 10 (or equivalent). If your institute does not provide CGPA in the transcript, then at least 60% marks is required to be eligible.
MCA/MSc (CSE/IT/ECE/EE and allied areas) degree is considered equivalent to the BTech/BE degree. Such students are also eligible to apply with the condition that they have BSc in Computer Science or BSc in any other subject with Mathematics as one of the courses. The marks requirement is same as that given above for BTech/BE degrees.
MSc in any other science discipline is also eligible for PhD in CB who meets the following requirements:
At least 60% marks in both B.Sc and M.Sc. Students must have undertaken at least two years of mathematics at the B.Sc level that includes calculus and algebra.
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