- Mode: Full time
- Duration: 2 Years
The M.Phil programme shall be for a minimum duration of one year and a maximum of two years. Failure to complete the course within the maximum period of two years will automatically result in cancellation of registration.
- Application along with the research proposal of about 10 pages to be submitted within the stipulated time
- The research proposal should contain: i) Title ii) Statement of the problem and the background information on the subject iii) A set of research questions along with Hypothesis & Methodology iv) A Research Design.
- The research proposal for inter-disciplinary research shall have components which have a bearing on legal aspects.
2) Admission Test
There shall be a written test.
The test shall consist of the following:
a) Objective type questions on Research Aptitude – 50 marks
b) Contemporary developments in the field of law and society – 50 marks
c) Specific questions in Law /MPP – 50 marks
Candidate securing 50% of marks on the aggregate in the Admission Test will qualify for making an oral presentation before the panel of expertson the date specified by the University.
A separate ADMISSION TEST shall be conducted for Foreign Nationals.
a) The successful candidates in written test and the candidates exempted from taking the admission test shall be required to make an oral presentation before a panel of experts on the dates specified by the University.
b) Passing in the Admission Test will not entitle the candidate for admission, unless his candidature is approved by the panel of experts and other regulations are satisfied.
c) In deserving cases, the expert panel may recommend the second opportunity to make the oral presentation within a period of 20
d) If the expert panel finds the candidate unsuitable even after the second presentation, the said candidate will be considered as having failed in the selection process and the candidate may be informed accordingly.
- The Candidate shall have an LL.M. Degree (regular mode) from a recognized University securing an aggregate of 55% marks or its equivalent grade (50% of marks or its equivalent grade in case of SC/ST/SAP).
- A Candidate with MPP (Master of Public Policy) through regular mode from a recognized University securing an aggregate of 55% marks or its equivalent grade (50% of marks or its equivalent grade in case of SC/ST/SAP) will be considered for M.Phil in Public Policy.