mahatma gandhi
National Conference on Social Science and Humanities 2018
 Recognized By University Grants Commission (UGC)   Recog. by Bar Council of India (BCI) Member of Association of Indian Universities (AIU)  
the university

MGU Features

programme Objectives

Our RDIC team focus involves three inter-related activities- teaching, research and knowledge transfer. It was established to pave a way for research in the field of Science, Medicine and Engineering. The quality assessments carried out by formal evaluators, (MGU methodology) is highly credible in competing for national and international research. The Research, Development and Innovation Centre has been created to play an important role in enhancing the Research Methodology and practices for useful technologically products and help students enhance their skills by thinking ahead.

We have well equipped labs and advance technical facilities to facilitate all requirements of the student. RDIC ensures that all students have appropriate support throughout their studies and access to training and development programmes that will complement their research and provide a foundation for their future careers.

General Eligiblity Criteria for Ph. D. and M.Phil. programme

A candidate for admission to the degree of Ph.D. & M.Phil. in any of the Faculties must have obtained the Masters degree with first class or at least 55% marks (CGPA 5.5 - 6 in a scale of 10) at Post-graduate examination and second division at the degree examination of the University or of another University recognized as equivalent thereto for General Category and 50% in UG and PG for SC / ST candidates.

Duration of M.Phil. programme is 1 Year.

Entrance Examination

The University conducts an Entrance Examination for all eligible candidates. However, the School/Centre/Institute/Unit concerned will look into applications received for the M.Phil and the School/Centre/Institute/Unit will decide about conducting or not conducting or giving effect to any other criteria (duly approved by the Vice Chancellor) for selecting M.Phil. candidates out of the applications they receive.

Final Examination System

M.Phil.: 2 semesters in one year