Fee For Indian Institute
Fee For Internationals Students
Ph.D Legal Studies shall be for a minimum duration of three years, including course work and a maximum of six years. Extension beyond the above limits will be governed by the relevant clauses as stipulated in the Statute/Ordinance of the individual Institution concerned.
Admission will be made based on written tests and interview. A weightage 70% to the written tests and 30% to the performance in interviews shall be given. Written test will have two papers of equal weightage. Paper I will be on ‘Research Methodology’ which will be a common paper for admission in all departments of the University. Paper II will be department/subject specific.
(a) M.Sc or M.Phil in a relevant field or equivalent. (b) In extremely exceptional cases the admission committee may consider an application from a candidate who possesses a B.Tech in a relevant field or equivalent. Only those who have a minimum CGPA of 8.0 on a 10 point scale or 75% marks should consider applying in this category. It may be noted that consideration under this category would be evaluated extremely strictly by an evaluation and admissions committee and admissions would only be in extremely exceptional cases and would entail extended pre-Ph.D course work requirement. Candidates (sponsored/non-sponsored) applying on a part-time basis need to have a minimum work experience of 3 years in organizations approved by the department research committee.
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