The duration of the programme and the time for submission of the thesis are counted from the date of enrolment. The period to complete the PhD Programme is normally two to four years
for full-time candidates from the time of enrolment. However the candidate may be given an additional time one year at a time for completion of his/her research work without fellowship.
The request for such extension has to be endorsed by the supervisor(s) and approved by the IPG or equivalent committee. If the scholar fails to submit the thesis by the deadline of the
final extension, his/her registration stands cancelled. For part-time candidates, PhD thesis has to be submitted within maximum Seven (07) years of enrollment with extensions, if any.
Admission will be based on written examination and/or interview. The names of shortlisted candidates will be displayed on the Institute website along with the details and schedule of
examination and/or interview to be conducted by the Institute in association with respective Departments
Bachelor and Master degree in a relavant discipline of Engineering/Technology with minimum 65% marks or 7.0 CGPA in M.Tech;
Bachelor degree in relavant discipline of Engineering/ Technology from IITs / NITs / IIITs / other CFTIs with minimum 80% marks or 8.5 CGPA.
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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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