Kannur University PhD Admission 2023-24 notification.
Applications are invited from eligible candidates for admission to the Ph.D. Programme 2023 – 24, including candidates exempted from Entrance Test, for the Academic Year 2023 – 24.
ELIGIBILITY AND ADMISSION: Kannur University PhD Admission
i. Candidates who have completed a 1-year/2-semester Master’s Degree programme after a 4- year/8-semester Bachelor’s Degree programme or a 2-year/4-semester Master’s Degree programme after a 3-year/6-semester Bachelor’s Degree programme or qualifications declared equivalent to the Master’s Degree by any Indian, Foreign Universities recognized by UGC and AIU respectively, with at least 55% marks in aggregate or its equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed.
ii. Provided that a candidate seeking admission after a 4-year/8-semester Bachelor’s degree programme should have a minimum of 75% marks in aggregate or its equivalent grade on a Point scale wherever the grading system is followed.
iii. A relaxation of 5% marks or its equivalent grade may be allowed for those belonging to SC/ST/OBC (non-creamy layer)/Differently-Abled, Economically Weaker Section (EWS) and other categories of candidates as per the decision of the University/State Government from time to time. iv. Candidates who have appeared for their final semester P.G. degree examinations and awaiting result are also eligible to apply. They, however, need to produce the eligibility certificates before the commencement of coursework.
ENTRANCE TEST: Kannur University PhD Admission
i. The Entrance Test will be of two hours duration and will carry a maximum of 70 marks including objective and descriptive questions.
ii. Entrance Test will be based on the syllabus for UGC/CSIR/NET examinations. iii. The Examination shall comprise of two papers. a. Paper 1-35 Marks (1 hour duration) Consisting of objective (20 marks) and descriptive type questions (15 marks) related to Research Aptitude, English Language competence and Computer awareness.
b. Paper II-35 Marks (1 hour duration)
Consisting of objective (20 marks) and descriptive type questions (15 marks) from subject concerned.
iv. Candidates securing a minimum of 50% marks, 45% marks in the case of SC/ST/OBC/differently-abled category and Economically Weaker Sections (EWS), as the case
ANNEXURE I-SUBJECT-WISE TENTATIVE VACANCY
|16.||Journalism & Mass Communication||0|
|27.||Physical Education & Sports Sciences||6|
|32.||Travel & Tourism||1|