MANAV RACHNA INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF RESEARCH AND STUDIES
(Formerly MANAV RACHNA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY )
Council for Doctoral Program
On-Line Applications will be invited from the eligible candidates for admission to Doctoral (PhD) Programmes in Manav Rachna International Institute of Research & Studies, Faridabad as per UGC Minimum Standards and Procedures for Awards of M. Phil / Ph.D Degree Regulations, 2016 dated 05.05.2016 published in the Gazette of India dated 05/07/2016.
Tentative No. of Vacancies
Conservative and Endodontics
Will be Announced Shortly
Oral Medicine and Radiology
Management and Business Studies
Allied Health Sciences
The University has also tie-ups with various reputed national/international organizations and research laboratories. The available research facilities in these organizations and labs can be utilized by the enrolled PhD scholars to enhance the quality of work.
Tentative Schedule For PhD Admission:
Last Date of Receipt of Application
Date of Entrance Test
Declaration of Merit on the basis Ph.D Entrance Test
The candidates who qualify for the written examination will be given 06 working days to meet the prospective supervisors to discuss their area of research & presentation (From 11th August to 17th August, 2020 in the university working hours). List of supervisors will be provided to qualifying candidates by CDP.
Date of Interview / Presentation before respective DRC
Declaration of Final Result for Ph.D Admission
Verification of relevant documents in respect of eligibility
Deposit of Fee and Issue of Provisional Admission Letter
on or before 31-08-2020(Monday)
Apply for Ph.D. Admission through Entrance Exam:-
Entrance Test (70 Marks) of 90 minutes duration, will be held in the month of August 2020 in the University Campus and is mandatory for all candidates, for which they will be required to report at MRIIRS Campus on the day of Entrance Test. The syllabus for the entrance test shall consist of 50% of Research Methodology as Part-A and 50% shall be subject specific as Part-B.
There will be 40 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from Part-A and 40 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from Part-B in the Entrance Test with one mark each. The candidates who qualify UGC / CSIR (JRF)/M.Phil and UGC NET examination are exempted for the Entrance Test. The Entrance Test should be followed by Interview for shortlisted candidates for 30 Marks.