BML Munjal University PhD Admissions 2022 (Summer Cycle) in various schools

BML Munjal University PhD Admissions 2022 (Summer Cycle) in various schools. BML Munjal University announces Ph.D. admissions 2022 (Summer Cycle) in various schools. PhD admissions for the AY 2022-23 are open now.

Important Dates for PhD Programme

(SUMMER SESSION, JULY-DECEMBER 2022)
Last date for receipt of On-line Submission of ApplicationsMonday, 02nd MAY 2022
Date of Entrance Examination (On-line)Wednesday, 01st JUNE 2022
Schedule of Interviews (On-line)06th to 11th JUNE 2022
Selection Notification (through e-mail)Monday, 20th JUNE 2022
Registration Dates04th to 08th JULY 2022
(WINTER SESSION, JANUARY-JUNE 2023)
Last date for receipt of On-line Submission of ApplicationsMonday, 21st NOVEMBER 2022
Date of Entrance Examination (On-line)Wednesday, 07th DECEMBER 2022
Schedule of Interviews (On-line)12th to 17th DECEMBER 2022
Selection Notification (through e-mail)Monday, 26th DECEMBER 2022
Registration Dates02nd to 06th JANUARY 2023

BML Munjal University offers attractive financial supports for PhD. students.

CONTACT DETAILS:

Please e-mail all your queries to: [email protected]

With strong industry sponsored research laboratories, state of the art incubation centre, excellent research infrastructure, collaboration with industries & research organizations both within and outside India and highly qualified faculty, the University aspires to transform the society by pursuing research-led, innovative and practical solutions. MOUs with well-reputed international universities shall be beneficial for PhD research scholars as these MOUs, are intended to enhance the quality of the Doctoral Research through joint supervision, utilization of research infrastructure and student exchange

SYLLABI FOR THE ONLINE WRITTEN TESTS

(a) PART-I (Common to all): syllabus see Annexure-A

(b) Syllabi for Subject Specific Test (PART-II)

  • School of Engineering and Technology
    Mechanical, Electronics, Computer Science: See Annexure- B
    Physics, Chemistry, Maths: See Annexure- C
  • School of Management:
    Subject-Specific test syllabus: see Annexure- D

School of Law: Socio-Legal Research Methods; Constitutional Law; Administrative Law; Criminal Law; Intellectual Property Laws; Corporate Law; Environmental Law; Gender Justice; Family Law; Jurisprudence; International Law

Centres of Excellence (COE)

The university continuously strives to promote world-class research activities at their in-house research facilities. The purpose of these facilities is to create opportunities for students to carry out important simulations, experiments, and characterizations within the campus. The centres of excellence hosted by the University cater to the needs of cutting-edge research. Details of COE are provided in Annexure-E.

STRUCTURE OF THE QUESTION PAPER 

The pattern for online entrance test shall be in the form of two parts as defined below:
PART-I: Research Methodology
PART-II: Subject Specific

To download PhD. Programme Poster, click here

To download PhD Programme Brochure, click here

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Eligibility

The minimum educational qualifications for admission to the Ph. D. programme are as follows:

1) School of Engineering & Technology

  1. Master’s degree in Engineering/ Technology of 2 years duration or equivalent (after graduation in respective discipline) with a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 6 on a 10-point scale or equivalent as determined by the university wherever letter grades are awarded; or 55% marks in aggregate (of all the years/ semesters) where marks are awarded. Those students who are on the verge of completion of their master’s degree (in final semester) are also eligible to apply. However, their admission is subject to submission of final marksheet and qualifying the minimum prescribed eligibility criteria at time of registration.GATE qualified candidates (within last two years) are exempted from admission test and are eligible for direct interview subject to qualifying the minimum prescribed eligibility criteria (as prescribed above).
  2. Master’s degree in Science/Life Science of 2 years duration or equivalent (after graduation in respective discipline) with a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 6 on a 10-point scale or equivalent as determined by the University wherever letter grades are awarded; or 55% marks in aggregate (of all the years/ semesters) where marks are awarded. Those students who are on the verge of completion of their Master’s degree (in final semester) are also eligible to apply. However, their admission is subject to submission of the final marksheet and qualifying the minimum prescribed eligibility criteria at time of registration.NET/GATE qualified candidates are exempted from the written entrance examination (BMU Test) and are eligible for direct interview subject to qualifying the minimum prescribed eligibility criteria (as prescribed above).

2) School of Management

Master’s degree (with a minimum of 55% marks OR minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 6 on a 10-point scale or equivalent as determined by the University wherever letter grades are awarded) in relevant specialization, from a recognized university. Those students who are on the verge of completion of their Master’s degree (in final semester) are also eligible to apply. However, their admission is subject to submission of final marksheet and qualifying the minimum prescribed eligibility criteria at time of registration.

3) School of Law

Master’s degree (with a minimum of 55% marks OR minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 6 on a 10-point scale or equivalent as determined by the University wherever letter grades are awarded) in relevant specialization, from a recognized university. Those students who are on the verge of completion of their master’s degree (in final semester) are also eligible to apply. However, their admission is subject to submission of final marksheet and qualifying the minimum prescribed eligibility criteria at time of registration.

Note: A relaxation of 5% of marks, from 55% to 50%, or an equivalent relaxation of grade, may be allowed for those belonging to SC/ST/OBC (non-creamy layer)/differently-abled and other categories of candidates as per UGC norms.

FEE STRUCTURE (INDIAN RUPEES)

One Time Charges
Application Fee (Students of all categories)1,500/- (Non-refundable)
Admission Fee (Students of all categories)15,000/- (Non-refundable)
Security Deposit (Students of all categories)50,000 /-(Refundable)
Thesis Evaluation fee (to be paid before submission of thesis) (Students of all categories)30,000 /-(Non-refundable)
Recurring Charges
ItemFull-TimePart-Time
Tuition Fee (Non-refundable) (per semester)62, 500/-62, 500/-
Hostel Fee (For unmarried, Single occupancy) * (Full-Time students only)- (Non-refundable) (per month)4,500 /-N/A
Married Accommodation Fee (Only for married Students) * – (Non-refundable) (per month)8,000/-N/A
Food and Laundry- (Non-refundable) (per month)6,900/-N/A
*Electricity charges (per month) at actuals; General PhD duration is expected to be 4 years (minimum of 3 years AND a maximum of 6 years, to be extended on a case-by-case basis review, for periods beyond 4 years)

Note:

  • The industry/ organization sponsoring the candidate shall pay the prescribed fees directly to the University.

Admission Procedure (For all schools)

Admission to the Ph.D. programme shall be made based on the minimum eligibility criteria of candidate as mentioned above. Admissions will be carried out twice, in July and December in an Academic Year. However, the candidates who are GATE (within last two years) / NET and satisfy the minimum eligibility criteria may be called for interview at any time during the year. In case of selection, these candidates will be offered provisional admission, and will be formally registered during the start of the immediate next semester. Typical admission procedure to be followed is:

On-line submission of completed application form with all relevant enclosures and application fee

  • Review of applications and short-listing of candidates by the screening committee
  • Written Test
  • Interview by the selection committee (which will focus on the research proposal submitted by the candidate)

Candidates recommended by the selection committee will be notified and a formal offer of admission will be given. The committee’s decision in this regard is final and binding.

In addition to the above stated procedure, candidates have to submit a research proposal of about 2000 words (for all Schools).

The research proposal should contain:

  • Title
  • Statement of the problem and the background information on the subject
  • How will you go about your research?
  • Why do you think the project is worth doing?
  • Whether you see any links with your previous work?
  • Sources to be consulted.


The interview will be based on research proposal and Candidates will be judged on following criteria:

  1. Clarity in research plan (including the title, subject matter, and research methodology)
  2. Depth of knowledge of the subject discussed in the research plan
  3. The quality of research and analysis in the research plan
  4. Practical relevance of the research plan.
  5. Potential to undertake high quality research

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