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Goa University PhD Programme 2023 (February) Admission. Goa University Admission to the Ph.D. Programme – February 2023
Admission to the Ph.D. Programme-February 2023.
Applications for seeking admission to the Ph.D. Programme offered at the University Schools and Research Centres/Institutions affiliated to Goa University shall be accepted online from 10/02/2023 to 28/02/2023. The list of vacancies in the respective subjects, along with the names of the Guides and area of research and reservation are given at Annexure I and Annexure II respectively.
Admission to the Ph.D. Programme is governed by Ordinance OA-19A of this University which is available on the University website www.unigoa.ac.in. Interested candidates are required to refer to Ordinance OA 19A and this Notification for details including eligibility criteria before applying.
IMPORTANT DATES : Goa University PhD Programme 2023 (February) Admission
|Commencement of online applications:||10/02/2023|
|Last Date for applying online||28/02/2023|
|Conduct of Interview||09/03/2023 to 10/03/2023|
|Declaration of list of Selected Candidates||20/03/2023|
|Last date for verification of Documents||31/03/2023|
|Last date for payment of fees||7/04/2023|
ELIGIBILITY : Goa University PhD Programme 2023
Candidates who have obtained a Master’s Degree or a Professional Degree declared equivalent to the Master’s Degree by the corresponding statutory regulatory body, with at least 55% marks in aggregate, or its equivalent grade ‘B’ in the UGC 7 point scale(or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed), or an equivalent Degree from a foreign educational institution accredited by an Assessment and Accreditation Agency which is approved, recognised or authorized by an authority, established or incorporated under a law in its home country or any other statutory authority in that country for the purpose of assessing, accrediting or assuring quality and standards of educational institutions, shall be eligible to register for the Ph.D. Degree.
- A relaxation of 5% marks, from 55% to 50%, or an equivalent relaxation of grade, shall be given for those belonging to SC/ST/OBC (non-creamy Layer)/Persons with Disabilities and other categories of candidates as per the decision of the Commission from time to time, or for those who had obtained their Master’s Degree prior to 19th September, 1991. The relaxation of 5% to the categories mentioned above are permissible based only on the qualifying marks without including the grace marks.
- The subject of research shall be that which relates to the main branch/ branches of knowledge chosen by the candidate for the Post-Graduate Degree. However, a candidate wishing to conduct research in a subject of an interdisciplinary character shall also be eligible for registration. The applications of such candidates shall be considered by following the procedure set out under OA-19A.2(ii). The Candidates are permitted to apply for the Ph.D. Programme in a maximum of three subjects.
- The following conversion formula for conversion of Grade to percentage shall be followed as per Ordinance OA-16 for candidates of Goa University. Other University candidates shall also follow this formula in the absence of a conversion factor provided by their parent University:
Conversion from Grade to Percentage. The following formula shall be used to convert from Grade (CGPA) to equivalent Percentage.
Percentage = (CGPA – 0.75) × 10
Admission to the Ph.D. Programme for the February 2023 session is open to the following candidates:
- Candidates who have qualified in the Examinations of apex bodies such as CSIR- UGC/UGC NET-JRF/lectureship/DBT-JRF/SET/SLET/JEST/ICAR-NET Examination of different Indian States/ GATE with a valid certificate, those having DST Inspire fellowship, or those awarded M.Phil. Degree as per the UGC Guidelines.
Students who have completed M. Phil Degree by distance mode are not eligible.
- All the candidates who have qualified in the Goa University Ph.D. Entrance Test (GU-PET) conducted by this University held in the month of August 2021 and August 2022.
- Senior Citizens who are otherwise qualified but exempted from appearing at Ph.D. Entrance Test. However, they will not be issued an Equivalence Certificate.
APPLICATION PROCESS: Goa University PhD Programme 2023
Candidates are required to apply on online on the GUMS Portal by visiting the following link:- https://admissionportal.unigoa.ac.in/admissionportal/#/admissionAnnouncements
DOCUMENTS TO BE UPLOADED AT THE TIME OF SUBMITTING THE ONLINE APPLICATION.
- Statement of Marks of Post-Graduation
- Certificate of Passing M.Phil/CSIR-UGC/UGC NET/SET/JRF/lectureship, DBT JRF/ SLET/ JEST/ ICAR-NET/ GATE/ GPAT/ GU-PET Entrance etc. Examinations.
- Marksheets of M.Phil/CSIR-UGC/UGC NET/SET/JRF/lectureship, DBT JRF /SLET/JEST/ ICAR-NET /GATE/GPAT/GU-PET Entrance etc. Examinations indicating marks scored.
- Valid Category Certificate if applicable (OBC (non-creamy layer) Certificate is valid for 3 years).
- EWS Category candidates are required to submit a certificate issued to that effect by the Officer of the rank of the Mamlatdar or any other Authorized Officer as notified by the Government of Goa.
APPLICATION FEES (Non-Refundable)
|General Category/OBC/EWS||SC/ST||Persons with Disabilities|
|Rs. 600/ per subject/ Programme||Rs. 300/ per Subject/Programme||Nil|
Applicants are eligible to apply for a maximum of three Programmes.
Candidates are required to check/confirm the correctness of the information entered before paying and submitting their application. Application fees once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances.
SELECTION PROCESS: Goa University PhD Programme 2023
While grading the candidates for admission to the Ph.D. Programme, a weightage of 70% shall be given for the Entrance Test and 30% to the performance in the Interview/Viva-Voce. A Candidate shall be required to score a minimum of 50% marks at the Interview. (5% relaxation for SC/ST/OBC(NCL)/Person with Disability, or other categories of Candidates as specified by the State Government).
- Candidates who have cleared any of the National or State Level Tests like M.Phil/CSIR- UGC/UGC NET/SET/JRF/lectureship, DBT JRF /SLET/JEST/ICAR-NET /GATE/GPAT/GU-PET etc. Examinations shall be admitted by normalizing their marks/score/ percentage in such tests with respect to 70% component of GU-PET.
For normalizing the marks obtained in the National Level and State Level Tests, the following formula shall be used.
Normalized % Marks = 70 – [0.45 x (100 – Obtained % Marks)]
Provided that in case of the Candidates who do not possess the Certificates of the National or State level tests / fellowships mentioned above showing the score earned by them, the percentage score obtained at the Master’s level shall be considered for normalizing.
In case of candidates with GPAT score, the marks shall be calculated by dividing the GPAT score by 5 and then normalised using the above formula.
In case of candidates with M.Phil. normalized marks shall be equal to percentage marks scored by the candidate times 0.7.
- The actual marks scored by candidates at the GU-PET shall be treated as normalised marks.
- Senior Citizens shall be deemed to have scored 50% marks in the GU-PET.
- There shall be two rounds of interviews; (a)For candidates who have qualified the M.Phil/CSIR-UGC/UGC NET/SET/JRF/lectureship, DBT JRF / SLET/ JEST/ ICAR-NET /GATE/GPAT Examinations (b) For those who have answered the GU-PET and Senior Citizens.
- Candidates shall be admitted to the Ph.D. Programme in the respective Schools/Research Centres, only against the predetermined number of vacancies announced in this Notification.
- In case of a tie in scores, preference shall be given to those who have been awarded like M.Phil/CSIR-UGC/UGC-NET/SET/JRF/lectureship, DBTJRF/SLET/JEST/ICAR-NET GATE/GPAT over GU-PET qualified candidates in that order. If the tie still persists then the interview performance shall be used as a tiebreaker.
For assistance and clarifications, candidates may send your queries to Assistant Registrar (Academic-PG) Link: https://forms.gle/tG9VEmXEdzQ4sfzdA
Vacancies to be Announced for Ph.D. Programme for February 2023
|Sr. No||Name of the Guide||Designation||Subject||Area of Research specialization||No. of vacancies to be announced||With Co- Guide|
|SHENOI GOEMBAB SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES & LITERATURE|
|FRENCH & FRANCOPHONE STUDIES|
|1||Prof. Anuradha Wagle||Professor||French||Translation Studies, Linguistics, Cultural Studies, Didactics||3|
|DD KOSAMBI SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES & BEHAVIOURAL STUDIES|
|1||Dr. Arvind N. Haldankar||Associate Professor||Sociology||Sociology of Tribes, Ethnography and Environmental concerns||1|
|MANOHAR PARRIKAR SCHOOL OF LAW, GOVERNANCE & PUBLIC POLICY|
|1||Prof. Shaila Desouza||Professor||Women’s Studies||Gender/Women’s Studies||3|
|2||Dr. Aparna Lolyekar||Associate Professor||Women’s Studies||Growth and Development Economics, Gender and Development, Spatial Econometrics and Spatial Data analysis||1|
|SCHOOL OF SANSKRIT, PHILOSOPHY & INDIC STUDIES|
|1||Prof. Sanjyot Pai Vernekar||Professor||Philosophy||Medical Ethics||3|
|2||Prof. Koshy Tharakan||Professor||Philosophy||Phenomenology and Hermeneutics, Philosophy of Social Science, Cognitive Phenomenology Comparative Philosophy||1|
|SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL & APPLIED SCIENCES|
|1||Prof. Kaustubh R. S. Priolkar||Professor||Physics||Solid State Physics – Experimental, XAFS Functional Materials||3|
|2||Dr. Bholanath Pahari||UGC – Assistant Professor||Physics||Condensed Matter Physics Experiment, Solid State NMR Spectroscopy||2|
|3||Dr. Venkatesha R. Hathwar||UGC – Assistant Professor||Physics||Condensed Matter Physics Experiment, X-ray Crystallography||2|
|4||Dr. Rajesh Kumar Hyam||UGC – Assistant Professor||Physics||Nonomaterials for Energy Application||3|
|5||Dr. Elaine T. Dias||Assistant Professor||Physics||Magneto-structural phase transitions||3|
|6||Dr. Pranav P. Naik||Assistant Professor||Physics||Nanomaterial synthesis and functionalization||2|
|7||Dr. Reshma Raut Desai||Assistant Professor||Physics||Porous media, Glass, Ceramic and Clay||2|
|1||Dr. Marlon Darius Sequeira||Assistant Professor||Electronics||Biomedical electronics and Agro Electronics.||4|
|2||Dr. Narayan Vetrekar||Assistant Professor||Electronics||Image Processing and pattern Recognition||2|
|SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES & BIOTECHNOLOGY|
|1||Prof. B. F. Rodrigues||Senior Professor||Botany||Mycorrhizal Research||3||With Co- Guide|
|2||Prof. S. Krishnan||Professor||Botany||Plant Histochemistry, Phytochemistry, Bioprospecting, Plant Biotechnology||2|
|3||Dr. Rupali Rama Bhandari||Assistant Professor||Botany||Algal Physiology, Biotechnology & Biochemistry, Plant Stress Physiology||1|
|4||Dr. Siddhi Kashinath Jalmi||Assistant Professor||Botany||Agricultural Biotechnology, Plant development and Environmental Stress, Plant-Microbe Interaction, Cell Signaling||1|
|1||Prof. S. C. Ghadi||Professor||Biotechnology||Endophytic bacteria from carnivorous plant and their bioprospectingBarcoding of fishes and its correlation with eDNA (c) Role of Viruses in the marine ecosystem||2|
|2||Dr. Dharmendra Kumar Tiwari||UGC- FRP Assistant Professor||Biotechnology||Biosensor design, development for pollutant detection, medical diagnosis and biomedical applications||1|
|3||Dr. Sanika Samant||Assistant Professor||Biotechnology||Bioremediation, Bioprospecting Hypersaline bacteria and archaea, Nanomaterial studies.||2|
|4||Dr. Meghanath Prabhu||Assistant Professor||Biotechnology||Microbial and Fermentation Biotechnology, Algal Biotechnology, Bio-fuels, Biotransformation, Environmental Biotechnology and Waste Management, Sustainable Development||2|
|1||Prof. Sandeep Garg||Professor||Microbiology||Industrial Microbiology,Medical Microbiology,EpidemiologyMicrobial Diversity and Bioprospective. Bio- fertilizer .||4|
|2||Dr. Milind M Naik||Assistant Professor||Microbiology||Microbial Genetics, Microbial bioprospecting, Bioremediation, Marine Microbiology||1|
|3||Dr. Lata Gawade||Assistant Professor||Microbiology||Microbial carbon pump and Climate change impact, Biogeochemistry, Microbial Ecology, Marine microbiology||2|
|1||Dr. Nitin S. Sawant||Assistant Professor||Zoology||Wildlife Biodiversity Herpetology Ecology||1|
|2||Dr. Minal Desai||Assistant Professor||Zoology||Avian Ecology||4|
|3||Dr. Shanti Nilesh Dessai||Assistant Professor||Zoology||Animal Physiology, Animal Cell Culture||1|
|4||Dr. Shamshad Bi Mainoddin Shaikh||Assistant Professor||Zoology||Nanotoxicology, Animal Physiology and Animal Cell Culture||1|
|SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL SCIENCES|
|1||Prof. Vidhyadatta M. Shet Verenkar||Professor||Chemistry||Materials Chemistry||2|
|2||Prof. R. N. Shirsat||Professor||Chemistry||Theoretical Chemistry||1|
|3||Prof. Sunder N. Dhuri||Professor||Chemistry||Synthetic & structural Inorganic Chemistry, Biomimetic chemistry, metal organic frameworks, homogenous catalysis, functional inorganic compounds||2|
|4||Dr. Digamber Porob||Associate Professor||Chemistry||Luminescent Materials, Crystallography, Materials Sustainability, Size Controlled Materials||2|
|5||Dr. Rupesh E. Patre||Associate Professor||Chemistry||Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Natural Products, Flow Chemistry, Green Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Process development||3|
|6||Dr. Bidhan A. Shinkre||Associate Profesor||Organic Chemistry||Synthetic Organic Chemistry (Heterocycles, Medicinal Chemistry, Asymmetric Synthesis)||4|
|7||Dr. Pranay Morajkar||Assistant Professor||Chemistry||Nanostructured Materials, Kinetics, Photocatalysis, Biofuels Super Capacitors||2|
|8||Dr. Hari Krishna Kadam||Assistant Professor||Chemistry||Organic and Analytical Chemistry||1|
|9||Dr. Rohan Keshav Kunkalekar||Assistant Professor||Chemistry||Solid State Chemistry, Catalysis, Nano-Material synthesis||2|
|10||Dr. Sandesh Tukaram Bugde||Assistant Professor||Chemistry||Photoredox CatalystsCarbon quantum dots and its applications||2|
|11||Dr. Vinod Mandrekar||Assistant Professor||Chemistry||Luminescent Materials, Crystallography, Materials Sustainability, Size Controlled Materials||1|
|12||Dr. Delicia Avilla Barretto||Assistant Professor||Chemistry||Probiotics, Endophytic research, Bioprospecting, Biochemistry||4|
|13||Dr. Prachi S. Torney||Assistant Professor||Organic Chemistry||Enzyme catalysed organic transformations, Synthesis of bioactive natural products and evaluation of their activity, Bioremediation.||1|
|14||Dr. Rupesh A. Kunkalkar||Assistant Professor||Organic Chemistry||Total Synthesis and synthetic method development||3|
|15||Dr. Prajesh S. Volvoikar||Assistant Professor||Organic Chemistry||Synthetic Organic Chemistry (Heterocyclic molecules, Organic methodology, coupling reactions)||2|
|16||Dr. Anjani P, Nagvenkar||Assistant Professor||Physical Chemistry||Materials electrochemistry, applications of semiconductor nanocrystals for energy generation and storage, batteries and solar cells, halide perovskites||3|
|17||Dr. Savita Anup Kundaikar||Assistant Professor||Inorganic Chemistry||Febrication of Polyoxometalates supported Organic- inorganic hybride compounds and their applications in Electochemical and Optical delection Methods.||4|
|18||Dr. Shrikant Ramesh Naik||Assistant Professor||Inorganic Chemistry||Material Chemistry, Solid State Chemistry, Nanomaterials, Mixed- metal Oxides||2|
|19||Dr. Diptesh Naik||Assistant Professor||Physical Chemistry||Polymeric Materials. Rediation dosimetry||2|
|20||Dr. KiranT. Dhavskar||Assistant Professor||Inorganic Chemistry||Coordination chemistry, Analytical Chemistry||1|
|1||Dr. Kanchanmala B. Deshpande||Assistant Professor||Biochemistry||Biosensor, Chemical Sensor, remediation of pollutants, food analysis||1|
|2||Dr. Amrita Kharangate||Assistant Professor||Biochemistry||Environmental Microbiology and microbial biochemistry||1|
|SCHOOL OF EARTH OCEAN & ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES|
|1||Dr. Maheshwar Ramakant Nasnodkar||Assistant Professor||Marine Science||Marine Chemistry, Estuarine Geochemistry||3|
|2||Dr. Sheryl Oliveira Fernandes||Assistant Professor||Marine Science||Marine microbial ecology, Marine biogeochemistry||3|
|1||Dr. A. A. A. Viegas||Associate professor||Earth Science||Igneous Petrology||1|
|2||Dr. Niyati Gopinath Kalangutkar||Assistant Professor||Earth Science||Igneous Petrology and Volcanology||1|
|3||Dr. Nicole Sequeira||Assistant Professor||Applied Geology||Structural Geology, Metamorphic Petrology, Precabrian Tectonics||2|
|1||Dr. Sangeeta M. Naik||Assistant Professor||Marine Microbiology||Marine Biogeochemistry and Marine Ecology||3|
|2||Dr. Priya Mallika D’Costa||Marine Microbiology||Marine Microbiology, Interactions Between Bacteria and Phytoplankton, Diatom Diversity, Biofilms||3|
|3||Dr. Chanda Vikrant Barde||Assistant Professor||Marine Microbiology||Microbial bioremediation, Marine microbiology, microbial secondary metabolites, archaea, endophytic microorganisms||3|
|4||Dr. Nikita Pradip Lotlikar||Assistant Professor||Marine Microbiology||Microbial biochemistry, Molecular biology and Marine mycology||4|
|5||Dr. Varada S. Damare||Assistant Professor||Marine Microbiology||Marine Microbiology, Microbial Ecology, Marine Protists, Microbial Bioprospecting, Bioremediation, Trophic Interactions||3|
|GOA BUSINESS SCHOOL|
|1||Prof. Purva G. Hegde Desai||Professor||Management||Finance, Marketing||3|
|2||Prof. Nilesh Borde||Professor||Management||Strategy, Finance, Management Education||1|
|NATIONAL CENTRE FOR POLAR AND OCEAN RESEARCH, VASCO-DA-GAMA,GOA|
|1||Dr. Dhananjai K. Pandey||Scientist G||Marine Science||Marine Geology / Geophysics/ Geosciences||1|
|2||Dr. Rahul Mohan||Scientist F||Marine Science||Polar Science/Oceanic micropaleontology/ Paleoclimate||1|
|3||Dr. Alvarinho J. Luis||Scientist F||Marine Science||Physical Oceanography||1|
|Earth Science||Remote Sensing & GIS||2|
|4||Dr. Sarat Chandra Tripathy||Scientist F||Marine Science||Biological Oceanography||1|
|5||Dr. Laluraj C.M||Scientist F||Marine Science||Marine Chemistry||3|
|6||Dr. Anoop Kumar Tiwari||Scientist E||Marine Science||Polar Environment||4|
|7||Dr. Parli V. Bhaskar||Scientist E||Microbiology||Marine Microbiology||2|
|8||Dr. Waliur Rahaman||Scientist E||Marine Science||Isotope Geochemistry, Paleoclimate, Paleo- oceanography||2|
|9||Dr. Sabu P.||Scientist E||Marine Science||Physical Oceanography||3|
|10||Dr. Nuncio Murukesh||Scientist E||Marine Science||Polar Ocean / Atmosphere Interactions||1|
|NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF OCEONOGRAPHY (NIO),DONA PAULA,GOA|
|1||Dr. Firoz Badesab||Senior Scientist Grade pay- 7600 Level-12||Earth Science||Marine Geophysics||2|
|2||Dr. Siby Kurian||Principal Scientist Pay Level 13 (GP 8700)||Marine Science||Marine Science/ Chemical Oceanography||3|
|3||Dr. Rakhee Khandeparker||Principal Scientist Pay Level 13 (GP 8700)||Marine Science||Microbiology and Biotechnology||1|
|Microbiology||Microbiology and Biotechnology||1|
|4||Dr. Damodar M.Shenoy||Principal Scientist Pay Level 13 (GP 8700)||Marine Science||Biogeochemistry||3|
|5||Dr.Cathrine Sumathi Manohar||Principal Scientist Pay Level 13 (GP 8700)||Marine Science||Marine Microbiology||2|
|6||Dr. Temjensangba Imchen||Senior Scientist Gared Pay- 7600 Level-12||Marine Sciences||Seaweeds/macroalgae, intertidal ecology, marine botany||2|
|7||Dr. Neetu S.||Principal Scientist Pay Level 13 (GP 8700)||Marine Science||Physical Oceanography||2|
|8||Dr. Hema Uskaikar||Senior Principal Scientist Pay Level 13 (GP 8900)||Marine Science||Biogeochemical cycling of nitrogen||4|
|9||Dr. Pawan Dewangan||Senior Principal Scientist Pay Level 13a Grade pay- 8900||Marine Science||Seismology, exploration seismic, gas hydrates||1|
|10||Dr. Samir R. Damare||Principal Scientist Pay Level 13 (GP 8700)||Marine Science||Marine Microbiology and Molecular Biology||1|
|11||Dr Ramesh Chatragadda||Scientist Pay Level 11 (GP 6600)||Marine Science||Bioluminescence, fluorescence, Pigments, Evolution and Origin of Life, Marine Ecology & Molecular Biology||4|
|12||Dr. Supriya Shet Tilvi||Principal Scientist Pay Level 13 (GP 8700)||Marine Science||Marine natural products/marine chemical ecology||1|
|Chemistry||Natural Product Chemistry||1|
|13||Dr. Maria Judith Gonsalves||Senior Principal Scientist Pay Level 13a Grade pay- 8900||Marine Science||Microbial Ecology||2|
|GOVT. COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCE & COMMERCE, KHANDOLA (RESEARCH CENTRE IN CHEMISTRY/MICROBIOLOGY/GEOGRAPHY)|
|1||Prof. Vidya Desai||Professor||Chemistry||Green Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Synthetic Organic Chemistry and Supramolecular Chemistry||2|
|2||Dr. Beena Vernekar||Associate Professor||Inorganic Chemistry||Coordination Chemistry, Synthetic, Inorganic Chemistry, Coordination Polymers, Metal Organic Frameworks||4|
|3||Dr. Harsha Uskaikar||Associate Professor||Physical Chemistry||Electrochemistry||4|
|4||Dr. Umesh Gawas||Assistant Professor||Chemistry||Photoctalysis, Ferrites, Naoceramics||1|
|5||Dr. Kiran Suresh Naik||Assistant Professor||Inorganic Chemistry||Solid State Chemistry||2|
|6||Dr. Pritam Borker Patil||Assistant Professor||Inorganic Chemistry||Photocatalysis, material Science, Nanotechnology||2|
|7||Dr. Durga Kamat||Assistant Professor||Organic Chemistry||Synthetic Organic Chemistry ( heterocyclic compounds, bioactive molecules), Green chemistry.||4|
|8||Dr. Sonia B. Parsekar||Assistant Professor||Organic Chemistry||Synthetic Organic chemistry||4|
|GOVT. COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCE & COMMERCE, KHANDOLA (RESEARCH CENTRE IN GEOGRAPHY)|
|1||Dr. Prakash Morakar||Professor||Geography||Regional Planning, Tourism, Agriculture and Economic Geography||1|
|GOVT. COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCE & COMMERCE, KHANDOLA (RESEARCH CENTRE IN MICROBIOLOGY)|
|1||Dr. Rasika Desai Gaokar||Assistant Professor||Microbiology||Bioremediation of organic pollutants, Biodegradation of aromatics compound by Microorganism Environmental Microbiology||1|
|GOVT. COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCE & COMMERCE, SANQUELIM (RESEARCH CENTRE IN ECONOMICS)|
|1||Dr. Manasvi Manoj Kamat||Associate Professor||Economics||Industry, Economic Policy, International Trade, Banking and Finance, Agriculture.||2|
|2||Dr Geetanjali C. Achrekar||Associate Professor,||Economics||Economic Growth &, Development, Health Economics.||1|
|V.M. SALGAOCAR COLLEGE OF LAW, MIRAMAR, PANAJI, GOA.|
|1||Dr. K.S. Rao||Associate Professor||Law||Law||1|
|GOA COLLEGE OF MUSIC,PANAJI, GOA|
|1||Prof. Shashank S. Maktedar||Professor||Music||Hindustani Classical Vocal||2|
|2||Dr. Uday M. Kulkarni||Assistant Professor||Music||Hindustini Classical Tabla||1|
|SANT SOHIROBANATH AMBIYE GOVT. COLLEGE OF ARTS & COMMERCE, VIRNODA,PERNEM,GOA (RESEARCH CENTRE IN COMMERCE AND MARATHI)|
|1||Prof. Manoj S. Kamat||Professor||Commerce||1. Economic Policy||2|
|2. Financial Time-Series|
|3. Capital Marketing and Banking|
|1||Dr. Neeta Torne||Associate Professor||Marathi||Feminism||5|
|2||Dr. Sneha S. Prabhu Mahambre||Associate Professor||Marathi||Modern Literature & Folk Lore||1||With Co- Guide|
|DADA VAIDYA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, PONDA (RESEARCH CENTRE IN Education)|
|1||Dr. Delia Antao||Associate Professor||Education||Environmental Education, Educational Psychology||1||With Co- Guide|
|GOA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY|
|1||Prof. Gopal Krishna Rao||Professor||Pharmacy||Pharmaceutical Sciences- Drug Discovery, Analytical Method Development & Enhancement of Solubility and Bioavailability, Nanotechnology||2|
|2||Prof. Sanjay Pai PN||Professor||Pharmacy||Pharmaceutical Sciences||1|
|3||Prof. Shailendra S. Gurav||Professor||Pharmacy||Natural Products Research, Phytopharmacology, Ayurveda Biology, Computational Biology, Herbal Novel Drug Delivery System||2|
|GOA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING|
|ELECTRONICS & TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING|
|1||Prof. R.B. Lohani||Professor||Electronic & Telecommunica tion Engineering||High Speed optical devices communication System and Instrumentation||1|
|2||Prof. Nitesh B. Guinde||Professor||Electronic & Telecommunicati on Engineering||VLSI Design High Performance Computing||1|
|ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING|
|1||Prof. Vinayak N. Shet||Professor||Electrical & Electronic Engineering||Power Electronics, Power Quality, Power factor correction, switch mode converters etc.||3||With Co- Guide|
|1||Prof. Jagannath B. Hirkude||Professor||Mechanical Engineering||Thermal and Energy Engineering||2|
|2||Prof. Suraj Surendra Rane||Professor||Mechanical Engineering||Industrial Engineering, Reliability Engineering||2|
|3||Dr. Raghavendra Datta Naik||Assistant Professor||Mechanical Engineering||Nonlinear Vibrations||2|
|1||Prof. Purnanand P. Savoikar||Professor||Civil Engineering||Geotechnology Engineering||1|
|2||Prof. Ganesh Hegde||Professor||Civil Engineering||Structural Engineering Earthquake Engineering.||1|
|3||Prof. Nisha Naik||Professor||Civil Engineering||Geotechnical/Geotechnic al Earthquake Engineering||1|
|Sr.No SUBJECT No. of Vacancies SC ST OBC PwD EWS Total Reserved UR I SHENOI GOEMBAB SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES & LITERATURE a FRENCH 3 1 1 2 II DD KOSAMBI SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES & BEHAVIOURAL STUDIES a SOCIOLOGY 1 1 III MANOHAR PARRIKAR SCHOOL OF LAW, GOVERNANCE & PUBLIC POLICY a WOMEN’S STUDIES 4 1 1 2 2 IV SCHOOL OF SANSKRIT, PHILOSOPHY & INDIC STUDIES a PHILOSOPHY 4 1 1 2 2 V SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL & APPLIED SCIENCE a PHYSICS 17 1 2 5 1 2 11 6 b ELECTRONICS 6 1 2 1 4 2 VI SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES & BIOTECHNOLOGY a BOTANY 7 1 2 1 4 3 b ZOOLOGY 7 1 2 1 4 3 c BIOTECHNOLOGY 7 2 1 1 4 3 d MICROBIOLOGY 6 1 2 1 4 2 VII SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL SCIENCES a CHEMISTRY 43 1 4 10 2 4 21 22 b BIOCHEMISTRY 2 1 1 1 VIII SCHOOL OF EARTH OCEAN & ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES a MARINE SCIENCE 6 1 2 1 4 2 B MARINE MICRIOBIOLOGY 16 1 2 4 1 2 10 6 C EARTH SCIENCE 4 1 1 2 2 IX GOA BUSINESS SCHOOL a MANAGEMENT STUDIES 4 1 1 2 2 X NATIONAL CENTRE FOR POLAR AND OCEAN RESEARCH (NCPOR) a MARINE SCIENCE 17 2 4 1 2 9 8 b EARTH SCIENCE 4 1 1 2 2 c MICROBIOLOGY 2 1 1 1 XI NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY (NIO) a MARINE SCIENCE 26 1 3 7 2 3 16 10 b EARTH SCIENCE 2 1 1 1 c MICROBIOLOGY 1 1 d CHEMISTRY 1 1 XII GOVT COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCI. & COMMERCE, KHANDOLA a RESEARCH CENTRE IN MICROBIOLOGY 1 1 b RESEARCH CENTRE IN CHEMISTRY 23 1 3 6 1 2 13 10 c RESEARCH CENTRE IN GEOGRAPHY 1 1 XIII GOVT. COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCE & COMMERCE, SANQUELIM a RESEARCH CENTRE IN ECONOMICS 3 1 1 2 XIV SANT SOHIROBANATH AMBIYE GOVT. COLLEGE OF ARTS & COMMERCE, VIRNODA,PERNEM,GOA (RESEARCH CENTRE IN COMMERCE) a RESEARCH CENTRE IN COMMERCE 2 1 1 1|
ADMISSIONS TO THE PH.D PROGRAMME – FEBRUARY 2023 RESERVATION OF SEATS FOR Ph.D. PROGRAMME
|a||RESEARCH CENTRE IN MARATHI||6||1||2||1||4||2|
|XV||V. M. SALGAONKAR COLLEGE OF LAW (LAW)||1||1|
|XVI||GOA COLLEGE OF MUSIC, (MUSIC)||3||1||1||2|
|XVII||GOA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY (PHARMACY)||5||1||2||3||2|
|XVIII||DADA VAIDY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, PONDA, (EDUCATION)||1||1|
|XiX||GOA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING|
|a||ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING||3||1||1||2|
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The last date to submit applications is 28 Feb 2023.
Ans: Yes, Goa University conducts entrance exams for admission to its various postgraduate programs, including PhD programs. The specific entrance exam for PhD programs may vary depending on the department and subject, so it’s best to check the official website of Goa University for the most up-to-date information. In general, entrance exams for PhD programs at universities in India may test the candidates’ knowledge in the field they wish to pursue their research in, as well as their aptitude for research. It’s advisable to check the eligibility criteria, syllabus, and other important details for the specific entrance exam you wish to appear for on the official website of Goa University or the relevant department.
Ans: No, Goa University is not a central university. It is a state university, which means it is established and funded by the state government of Goa, India. Central universities, on the other hand, are established and funded by the central government of India. The distinction between state and central universities is important because it affects the nature of their funding, administration, and academic programs, among other things.
Ans: Goa University offers a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in various disciplines, including arts, commerce, sciences, and engineering. Some of the popular courses offered by the university include:
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc)
Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA)
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Master of Arts (MA)
Master of Commerce (M.Com)
Master of Science (M.Sc)
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Master of Computer Applications (MCA)
Master of Philosophy (M.Phil)
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
This is not an exhaustive list and the university may offer other courses as well. It’s best to check the official website of Goa University for the most up-to-date information on the courses they offer.
Ans: Goa University is located in the city of Taleigao Plateau, Goa, India. There are several ways to reach the university, depending on your starting location. Here are a few options:
By road: Goa University is well connected to the rest of the city by road, and you can reach the university by taking a taxi, auto-rickshaw, or bus.
By air: If you’re traveling from outside Goa, the nearest airport is Dabolim Airport, which is located about 29 km from the university. From the airport, you can take a taxi or bus to reach the university.
By train: The nearest railway station to Goa University is the Madgaon Railway Station, which is located about 16 km from the university. From the railway station, you can take a taxi or bus to reach the university.
It’s advisable to plan your travel in advance, check for any potential disruptions, and allow enough time to reach the university, especially if you’re traveling from a distance.