Nagaland University PhD Admission Notification 2022-23

Nagaland University PhD Admission Notification 2022-23. The Nagaland University Act was passed by the Parliament Vide No. 35.1989 and established in 1994 as a Central University.

The University has Kohima Campus at Meriema, Agricultural (SASRD) Campus at Medziphema, and Engineering & Technology (SET) at Dimapur .

The Headquarter Lumami , Zunheboto . Currently, there are Six has be Schools en functional since 2010 at and forty 3 Centres.

Mission

“The University shall disseminate and advance knowledge by providing instructional and research facilities in such branches of learning as it may deem fit; to make provision for integrated courses in humanities, natural and physical sciences, social sciences, agricultural sciences, disciplines in the education and forestry and other allied programmes of the university, and to take appropriate measures for promoting innovations in teaching-learning process, inter-disciplinary studies and research to educate and train manpower for the development of the state of Nagaland, and to pay special attention to the improvement of the social economic conditions and welfare of people of the state; their intellectual and cultural development”.

DIGNITARIES OF THE UNIVERSITY:

Visitor                                     : Shri. Ram Nath Kovind

Hon’ble President of India

Chief Rector                           : Prof. Jagdish Mukhi

Hon’ble Governor of Nagaland

Chancellor                              : Prof. D.N. Buragohain

STATUTORY OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY

Vice Chancellor                                                          –           Prof. Pardeshi Lal Pro-Vice-Chancellor (SASRD, Medziphema)           –            Prof. M. AleminlaAo Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Kohima Campus, Meriema)                                                                    –           Prof. N. Venuh Registrar                                                                     –           Dr. Abemo

Finance Officer                                                           –           Vacant

Controller of Examinations                                        –           Dr. Maongsangba

DEANS OF SCHOOLS

School of Humanities & Education                            –           Prof. Buno Zetusvi

School of Social Sciences                                           –           Prof. M.K. Sinha

School of Sciences                                                      –           Prof. M. S. Rawat School of Agricultural Science &

Rural Development                                                    –           Prof. Akali Sema

School of Engineering & Technology                        –           Prof. V.K. Vidyarthi School of Management Studies (i/c)           –            Prof. N. Venuh

OTHER DEANS

Dean, Students’ Welfare                                            –           Prof. Wangshimenla Dean, Research Development & Consultancy                                                                –           Prof. Temjensosang

DIRECTORS OF COUNCILS/CELLS/CENTRES

Director, College Development Council (CDC)        –                                                                                    Er. Yanrenthung Ezung Director, IQAC                           –                                                                                    Prof. M.K. Sinha

Director (i/c), Tribal Research Centre                        –                                                                                    Prof. Athungo Ovung Director (i/c), Women Studies Centre   –                                                                                    Prof. Lungsang Zeliang

Centre for Naga Tribal Language Studies                  –     Prof. Buno Zetsuvi, Dean,

School of Humanities & Education

Centre for Southeast Asian Studies                            – Prof. Moamenla Amer, HOD, Political Science

Centre for Biodiversity                                               –      Prof. Chitta Ranjan Deb, HOD, Botany

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS (GROUP-A) OF THE UNIVERSITY

Hqrs: Lumami

  1. Dr. T. Temjen                         –           Deputy Librarian
  2. Mr. N. Albert Khizho             –           Deputy Registrar (Examinations)
  3. Ms. Angunuo Khieya             –           Deputy Registrar (Finance)
  4. Dr. Anthony V. Richa             –           Deputy Registrar (RDC)
  5. Mr. Utpal Duwarah                 –           Deputy Registrar (Estt., SC/ST)
  6. Mr. Vekhoyi Tetseo                –           Deputy Registrar (Academic & EC Cell)
  7. Er. Rukusayi Rhakho              –           Executive Engineer
  8. Mr. P.C John                           –           Secretary to the Vice Chancellor
  9. Mr. Kahoshe Sumi                  –           Assistant Registrar (Estt-I)
  10. Mr. Thiyam Sudip                  –           Assistant Registrar (Estt-II)
  1. Mr. Metsizolie Medoze          –           Assistant Registrar (Planning/Transport)
  2. Dr. T. Akummenba Jamir       –           Assistant Registrar (Exam-PG)
  3. Mr. Abhijit Sutradhar             –           Assistant Registrar (Exam-UG)
  4. Mr. Temjenmenba                  –           Assistant Registrar (Administration)
  5. Mr. Peter Ki                            –           Public Relations Officer & PIO
  6. Er. Zajamo Yanthan               –           System Administrator
  7. Er. Ochentsungba Ozukum     –           Information Scientist
  8. Dr. Moyasungkum                  –           Medical Officer
  9. Mr. Chanlang Ki Bareh          –           Assistant Librarian
  10. Mr. Ashish Kumar                  –           Hindi Officer

Kohima Campus, Meriema

  1. Mrs. Shyien Vihienuo             –           Joint Registrar
  2. Dr. Takujungla Jamir             –           Chief Medical Officer
  3. Dr. Takatemsu                        –           Deputy Librarian
  4. Mr. Medongu Chirhah            –           Assistant Registrar
  5. Er. Bendanginla Jamir            –           System Administrator

SASRD, Medziphema

  1. Mr. Otova Swu                       –           Deputy Registrar
  2. Dr. Vitseilie Phewhuo            –           Chief Medical Officer
  3. Mr. Mhonbemo Ngullie         –           Deputy Librarian
  4. Mr. N. Mhonrao Patton          –           Assistant Registrar
  5. Mr. Lima Changkiri               –           Assistant Registrar

SET, Dimapur

  1. Mrs. Lulenpokla                     –           Assistant Registrar
  2. Er. Anthony Visa                    –           System Administrator (c)

SCHOOLS & DEPARTMENTS

  1. SCHOOL OF SCIENCES
LumamiKohima Campus, Meriema
1Anthropology1Geology
2Botany 
3Chemistry
4Environmental Science
5Forestry
6Geography
7Mathematics
8Physics
9Zoology
  2. SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
LumamiKohima Campus, Meriema
1Economics1Commerce
2Political Science  2  History & Archaeology
3Sociology
4Tribal Research Centre
  3. SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES AND EDUCATION
LumamiKohima Campus, Meriema
1Mass Communication1Education
 2English
3Hindi
4Linguistics
5Psychology
6Teacher Education
7Tenyidie
8Centre for Naga Tribal Language Studies
9Women Studies Centre
  4. SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES (SMS) KOHIMA CAMPUS, MERIEMA
1Management
  5. SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES & RURAL DEVELOPMENT (SASRD), MEDZIPHEMA
1Agricultural Chemistry & Soil Science
2Agricultural Economics
3Agricultural Engineering
4Agricultural Extension
5Agronomy
6Livestock Production & Management
7Entomology
8Genetics & Plant Breeding
9Rural Development & Planning
10Horticulture
11Plant Pathology
12Soil & Water Conservation
  6. SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (SET), DIMAPUR
1Agricultural Engineering & Technology
2Biotechnology
3Computer Science & Engineering
4Electronics & Communication Engineering
5Information Technology
  DEPARTMENT OF LAW, LUMAMI
1Department of Law

PROGRAMME OF STUDIES & INTAKE CAPACITY (PER SEMESTER)

  SCHOOL OF SCIENCES
LocationDepartmentProgrammePG Intake CapacityPhD seat vacancy
        LumamiAnthropologyM.Sc. & PhD1000
BotanyM.Sc. & PhD3004
ChemistryM.Sc. & PhD2701
Environmental ScienceM.Sc. & PhD1000
ForestryM.Sc. & PhD1006
GeographyM.A/M.Sc. & PhD3007
MathematicsM.Sc. & PhD1503
PhysicsM.Sc. & PhD1503
ZoologyM.Sc. & PhD2702
Kohima Campus, Meriema  Geology  M.Sc. & PhD  20  04
  SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
  LumamiEconomicsM.A & PhD45Vacancy available
Political ScienceM.A & PhD5504
SociologyM.A & PhD5508
Kohima Campus, MeriemaCommerceM.Com. & PhD5000
History & ArcheologyM.A & PhD5506
  SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES & EDUCATION
      Kohima Campus, MeriemaEducationM.A & PhD5510
EnglishM.A & PhD6506
HindiPG Diploma/ M.A & PhD2005
LinguisticsM.A & PhD4004
Teacher EducationM.Ed. & PhD4005
TenyidieCertificate / Diploma Courses, M.A & PhD5010
PsychologyM.A & PhD2505
LumamiMass CommunicationM.A & PhD1001
     
SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES (SMS)
Kohima CampusManagementMBA & PhD3002
CENTERS
Kohima Campus, MeriemaCentre for Naga Tribal Language StudiesPGDNLCS, PGDF & PhD  30/30  00
  CERTIFICATE COURSE
          Kohima Campus, Meriema  Three Months Tenyidie Diploma courses/Syllabus for international students          Certificate course under Tenyidie Department    05            NA
One month Crash Course in Spoken Tenyidie  15
One Year Diploma Course in Tenyidie  15
Six Months Certificate Course in Tenyidie  15
LAW DEPARTMENT
LumamiLawLL.M1700

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION TO PG PROGRAMME

It is the policy of the Nagaland University to offer equal educational opportunities to all qualified persons, provided required conditions are fulfilled by the applicant:

  1. Eligible students for Major streams (internally or externally) will be given preference over General stream.
  2. An applicant must have passed three-year Degree Course with Honours/Major with 50% marks and for General stream students of Arts, Commerce and Science with 55% in the concerned subject in which admission is sought.
  3. For admission to LL.M. course an applicant must have LL.B. degree with 55% of marks under 10+2+3 pattern or Five years integrated course under 10+2+5 pattern.
  4. 5% marks relaxation for SC/ST category will be considered.
  5. Applicants who have graduated from Colleges (Private/Govt./Autonomous) affiliated to Nagaland University shall be entitled to 10% weight-age of Bonus marks over others. For instance, a candidate who had passed out from any College affiliated to Nagaland University with 60% marks in graduation will get 6% as additional weight- age and his/her total percentage will become 66% while drawing the merit index of selection.
  6. The number of seats available for admission to each Department will depend upon seats authorized by the University.
  7. Reservation Policy- Reservation in courses offered by Nagaland University shall be as per the laid down norms/rules of GoI and Nagaland University.

Note:

  1. Application for admission under sports’ quota and Employees’ quota should be routed through the respective Head of Department and Departmental Admission Committee in order of merit.
  2. Only spouse/children of an employee of the University may be included under

Employees’ quota.

  • When the seats reserved for different categories are not filled, the same may be allotted to the ST candidates. However, due care should be taken to ensure that the eligibility of deserving candidates under various categories are accommodated before the seats are allotted to STs.
  • For admission in M.Sc. (Anthropology) candidates with B.Sc. degree in Science subjects (even without Anthropology) with an aggregate percentage of 50 or more percentage from Nagaland University or any other UGC recognized university shall be considered. However, candidates who have taken Anthropology at UG level will be given preference.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION TO PhD PROGRAMME

  1. Eligibility:

Subject to the conditions stipulated in the UGC Regulations and Ordinance of Nagaland University, the following persons are eligible to seek admission to the PhD programme:

  1. Candidates for admission to the PhD programme shall have 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, recognized 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.
  1. 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 candidate 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 eligibility marks of 55% (for an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed) and the relaxation of 5% to the categories mentioned above are permissible based only on the qualifying marks without including the grace mark procedures.
  1. Candidates who have cleared the M.Phil. Course Work 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) and successfully completing the M.Phil. Degree shall be eligible to do research work leading to the PhD Degree. 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 candidate as per the decision of the Commission from time to time.
    1. A candidate, whose M.Phil. Dissertation has been evaluated and the viva voce is pending, may be admitted to the PhD programme of the same Institution.
    1. Candidates possessing a Degree considered equivalent to M.Phil. Degree of an Indian Institution, from a Foreign Institution accredited by an Assessment and Accreditation Agency which is approved, recognized 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 for admission to PhD programme.

2.    Additional weight-age during the Selection Process:

  1. Persons with M. Phil. Degree from Nagaland University.
    1. Candidates qualified in any of the National Eligibility Test (NET), recognized by the UGC.
    1. Candidates with JRF.
    1. Candidates securing an average ‘A’ grade of 60% and above in the course work of

M. Phil Programme of Nagaland University.

  • Subject to availability of seats, candidates belonging to the following categories and fulfilling the criteria stipulated under clause 1 above, may also be admitted on the recommendation of the Department:
    • Regular employees of Nagaland University.
    • Teachers of colleges affiliated to Nagaland University with an experience of at least Three (3) years of continuous service.
    • Persons with at least 9 (nine) years of experience in Administration, Management and having specialized knowledge in the proposed field of research to the satisfaction of the department concerned.
    • Persons who have completed at least one year of research in a University/Institution after his/her registration, provisional or otherwise, under the supervision of a teacher.

2 UGC Regulations/ Guidelines and Nagaland University Ordinance:

Procedure for the admission and award of PhD Degree shall be in accordance with the May 2016 UGC (Minimum Standards and Procedure for awards of M.Phil/PhD Degree) Regulation, and the Ordinance of Nagaland University. Subsequent amendments in the University Ordinance/UGC guidelines, if any, shall be followed as and when such changes are made/ notified.

5. Reservation Policy

Reservation in courses offered by Nagaland University shall be as per the laid down norms/rules of GoI and Nagaland University.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION TO PG DIPLOMA/ PG CERTIFICATE/CERTIFICATE COURSES

1.               PG Diploma in Linguistics:

Bachelor Degree in any stream/subject from any UGC recognized University/Institute having 45% marks for GEN./OBC category and 40% for SC/ST category.

2.               PG Diploma in Hindi Teaching:

Bachelor Degree in any stream/subject from any UGC recognized University/ Institute.

3.               Certificate in Spoken English:

Minimum eligibility for admission shall be Higher Secondary.

4.               PG Certificate in Spoken English & Writing Skills:

Minimum eligibility for admission shall be Bachelor Degree in any discipline.

5.               One Year Diploma Course in Tenyidie:

Class 12 with knowledge of spoken Tenyidie.

6.               Six Months Certificate in Tenyidie:

Class 12 with knowledge of spoken Tenyidie.

7.               Three Months Diploma Course in Tenyidie for International Students:

Class 12 with English spoken skills.

8.               One Crash Course in Spoken Tenyidie:

No bar in educational qualification. However, candidates with some English- speaking skill are preferable.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

  1. Applicants can apply ONLY through Online Mode of application.

A payment acknowledgment slip/receipt should be downloaded from the SBI I- Collect for reference purposes. Transaction charges are not part of the Fee.

  1. Applicants are advised to make payment of the Application Fee before starting to fill up the application form and keep the SBI I-Collect Payment reference number ready during the process of filling up the online admission form.
    1. The Fee deposited through Credit Card/Debit Card/Net Banking in the SBI I-Collect will normally reach the University account after 24 hrs. Hence, it is the sole responsibility of the candidate to ensure that the fee is deposited well in time. Nagaland University shall neither be responsible for any delay in receipt of the payment nor shall be responsible, if the payment is refused or declined by the Bank. Candidates are STRONGLY advised to submit the fee well before the last date.
    1. All amount(s) paid by the Applicant, for application to the programme offered by

‘Nagaland University’ shall stand appropriated.

  • If applying to more than one department/program, separate application forms need to be submitted as well as separate payments have to be made. The same payment receipt should not be used for applying to more than one department. If such cases are discovered, the application forms will be rejected without any further communication to the applicant.
  • Online Application
    • Before getting into filling up of the Online Application form, candidates must keep ready the Application Fee Payment Receipt for reference number, scanned copies of passport photograph and documents (Academic documents, SC/ST/OBC-Central & Non-Creamy/ Candidates from Jammu & Kashmir/PWD/EWS as per applicability etc.) for uploading them.
    • All required information should be correctly filled in the space provided.
    • Appropriate document(s) must be uploaded against the queried information.
  • A candidate may apply separately to a maximum of three (03) relevant departments by paying the Online Application fees separately. However, admission can be taken ONLY in one Department, even though selected for admission in more than one department.
  • Online Application Form Submission
    • Applicants must agree with the given declaration by choosing the options provided on the Declaration by the Candidate box before clicking on the submit button.
    • It is important to take note that once applicants press the submit button, they cannot alter/change anything under any circumstances. Therefore, applicants are advised to be sure about the accuracy and relevancy of the given / uploaded information before clicking the submit button.
    • After successful submission of the Online Application, ACKNOWLEDGEMENT SLIP’ will be mailed to the email provided in the application form. Applicants must download and print the ‘ACKNOWLEDGEMENT SLIP’ for use during the Admission Test/Interview/Admission process, etc.
  • Admission Test/Interview

Admission related information shall be uploaded in the University website from time to time. Applicants are instructed to keep regular watch for the same. The University shall not be liable if an applicant fails to comply with the schedules.

  • Regarding Admission related matters, the decision of the Nagaland University shall be final.
  • All dispute/litigation regarding admission related shall lie within the jurisdiction of the Gauhati High Court, Kohima Bench.
  1. In pursuance with the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) letter no. F.No.19-16/2014-Desk (CU) dt. 28.02.2014, Nagaland University has adopted the provision of Self Certification of documents by the applicants for admission, recruitment etc,. The original documents are required to be produced at the final stage for verification.)

SCHOOL OF SCIENCES

Dean                :           Prof. M.S. Rawat Contact detail :  +918630906738

Emailid.          :                        [email protected]

Department of Anthropology                     Lumami

Department of Botany                                 – do –

Department of Chemistry                                                                       – do – Department of Environmental Science – do – Department of Forestry                                                        – do –

Department of Geography                          – do –

Department of Mathematics                      – do –

Department of Physics                                – do –

Department of Zoology                               – do –

Department of Geology                               Kohima Campus, Meriema

Head of the Department           :                                                  Dean, School of Sciences Contact detail        :                                       +917085135574/

+919862236585

Email id                                    :                                                [email protected]

1.   Faculty Position:

  Sl. No.  Name of faculty  Qualification  DesignationSubject specialization/ Thrust area of Research  Contact no. & Email ID
  1  Dr. Tiasunep  PhD  Assistant ProfessorPrehistoric Archaeology/ Evolutionary Anthropology+917085135574 [email protected] sity.ac.in
  2Dr. Maibam Radharani Devi  PhDAssistant ProfessorSocial Anthropology+919862236585 [email protected] sity.ac.in
  • Courses offered:
    • M.Sc.
    • PhD

3.  Intake Capacity/Vacancy:

  1. PG                                               :           10
    1. PhD                                            :           Nil
  2. No. of Semesters:
    1. PG                                               :           04
  • PG Course Structure:
Semester 1
Course No./CodeTitle of CourseMarksCredits
Theory
ANTH – 101Evolutionary Anthropology1004
ANTH – 102Fundamentals of social Anthropology1004
ANTH – 103Family, Kinship and Marriage1004
Practical
ANTH -104(P)Somatometry, Somatoscopy and craniometry502
ANTH -105(P)Human growth shape and size measurement502
ANTH -106(P)Osteology, Osteometry502
Semester 2
Course No./CodeTitle of CourseMarksCredits
Theory
ANTH – 201Prehistoric Archaeology1004
ANTH – 202Anthropology of India1004
ANTH – 203Human origin, heredity and variation1004
Practical
ANTH – 204(P)Prehistoric Archaeology I-Tool representation, description and Typology502
ANTH – 205(P)Prehistoric archaeology II-Tool measurements and Excavation technique502
ANTH – 206(P)Serology, Colour blindness, PTC, Karyotyping, dermatoglyphics and pedigree analysis502
Semester 3
Course No./CodeTitle of CourseMarksCredits
Theory
ANTH – 301Anthropological theories1004
ANTH – 302Research Methodology1004
ANTH – 303Demographic Anthropology1004
Practical
ANTH – 304(P)Research Methods & techniques I502
ANTH – 305(P)Research Methods & techniques II502
ANTH – 306(P)Demographic Anthropology502
Semester 4 Group A
Course No./CodeTitle of CourseMarksCredits
Theory
ANTH – 401Human Population Genetics1004
ANTH – 402Physiological Anthropology1004
One choice based paper
Practical
ANTH-403(P)Physiological Anthropology502
ANTH-407M.Sc. Dissertation with viva based on field work1004
Semester 4 Group B
Theory
ANTH – 404Economic and Development Anthropology1004
ANTH – 405Medical Anthropology1004
One choice based paper
Practical
ANTH – 406(P)Economic and Development Anthropology502
ANTH – 407M.Sc. Dissertation with viva based on field work1004
Choice based papers for 4th semesters
Course No./CodeTitle of CourseMarksCredits
ANTH C – 408Kinanthropometry and Ergonomics1004
ANTH C – 409Business Anthropology1004
ANTH C – 410Ecology and society1004

Head of the Department         :                                                Prof. Chitta Ranjan Deb Contact detail        :                                    +919436006808

Email id.                                 :                                          [email protected]

1. Faculty Position:

  Sl. No.  Name of the faculty  Qualification  DesignationSubject Specialization/ Thrust area of Research  Contact no. & Email ID
  1Prof. Chitta Ranjan Deb  PhD  ProfessorPlant Biotechnology, Physiology+919436006808 [email protected] .com
  2Prof. Talijungla  PhD  ProfessorMicrobiology & Plant Pathology+919436605542 [email protected] com
3Dr. LimasenlaPhDAssociate ProfessorExperimental Taxonomy+919436006341 [email protected]
  4  Dr. Neizo Puro  PhD  Assistant ProfessorPlant Ecology, Ecosystem, Plant Diversity  +919436006601 [email protected] m
  5Dr. M. R. Singh  PhD  -do-Ecology/ Environmental Science+918575075224 [email protected] il.com
  6  Dr. A. Paul  PhD  -do-Plant Molecular Biology and Plant Physiology+918732006501 [email protected] rsity.ac.in
2.Courses Offered: i. PG 
 ii. PhD
1.Intake capacity/Vacancy:
 i. PG                                               :30
 ii. PhD                                            :04
3.No. of Semesters: i. PG                                               :  04
 ii. PhD (Course Work)                   :01
  • PG Course Structure:
Sem.Course No./ CodeTitle of CourseMax. MarksCredit(s)Page No(s).
      IBOT(T)-101(C)Lower Plants10043
BOT(P)-102(C)Lower Plants5024
BOT(T)-103(C)Mycology, Plant Pathology and Microbiology10045
BOT(P)-104(C)Mycology, Plant Pathology and Microbiology5026
BOT(T)-105(C)Angiosperm Taxonomy and Economic Botany10047-8
BOT(P)-106(C)Angiosperm Taxonomy and Economic Botany5029
Total45018 
      IIBOT(T)-201(C)Gymnosperms, Anatomy, Reproductive Biology and Embryology100410-11
BOT(P)-202(C)Gymnosperms, Anatomy, Reproductive Biology and Embryology50212
BOT(T)-203(C)Plant Physiology100413
BOT(P)-204(C)Plant Physiology50214
BOT(T)-205(C)Plant Biochemistry and Molecular Biology100415
BOT(P)-206(C)Plant Biochemistry and Molecular Biology50216
Total45018 
      IIIBOT(T)-301(C)Cell Biology, Cytogenetics and Plant Breeding100417
BOT(P)-302(C)Cell Biology, Cytogenetics and Plant Breeding50218
BOT(T)-303(C)Plant Biotechnology100419
BOT(P)-304(C)Plant Biotechnology50220
BOT(T)-305(C)Plant Ecology and Ecosystem Analysis100421
BOT(P)-306(C)Plant Ecology and Ecosystem Analysis50222
Total45018 
              IVBOT(T)-401(C)Biodiversity, Phytogeography, Biostatistics and Environment100423
BOT(P)-402(C)Biodiversity, Phytogeography, Biostatistics and Environment50224
BOT(P)-403(C)Project Work and Academic Study Tour1506 (5+1)25
Choice Based Credit Papers
BOT(T)- 404(CBCP)Angiosperm Taxonomy and Biosystematics100426-27
BOT(P)- 405(CBCP)Angiosperm Taxonomy and Biosystematics50228
BOT(T)- 406(CBCP)Biodiversity Conservation, Ecosystem Services and Ecological Restoration100429-30
BOT(P)- 407(CBCP)Biodiversity Conservation, Ecosystem Services and Ecological Restoration50231
BOT(T)- 408(CBCP)Microbial Studies100432
BOT(P)- 409(CBCP)Microbial Studies50233
BOT(T)- 410(CBCP)Plant Biotechnology100434-35
 BOT(P)- 411(CBCP)Plant Biotechnology50236
BOT(T)- 412(CBCP)Plant Biochemistry and Physiology100437
BOT(P)- 413(CBCP)Plant Biochemistry and Physiology50238
Total45018 
Grand Total180072 

5.   Pre-PhD Course Work Structure:

Course No./ CodeCourse TitleMax. MarksCreditsPage No(s).
BOT-Ph.D. IResearch Methodology10042
BOT-Ph.D. IIElective Paper    100    43-7
 E1: Applied Plant Science3
 E2: Ecosystem Analysis, Biodiversity and Environment4
 E3: Biosystematics5
 E4: Microbial Studies6
BOT-Ph.D. IIIResearch and Publication Ethics10047
BOT-Ph.D. IVLiterature Review, Report Writing and Seminar10048
 Total40016 

Head of the Department               :                                                     Prof. Upasana Bora Sinha Contact detail          :                                            +918787621359

Emailid.                                       :                                            [email protected]

1.   Faculty Position:

Sl. No.Name of the FacultyQualificationDesignationSubject specialization/ Thrust area of ResearchContact no. & Email ID
  1  Prof. M. Indira Devi  PhD  ProfessorPhysical Chemistry /Spectral study of Lanthanides, computational Chemistry  +917005884497 [email protected]
  2Prof. Dipak Sinha  PhD, Post Doc.  ProfessorAnalytical, Radiation Chemistry, Environmental Remediation+917005033588 [email protected] om
  3Prof. Upasana Bora Sinha  PhD  ProfessorInorganic Chemistry/ Reactivity & Mechanic studies, Green Chemistry+918787621359 [email protected] mail.com
    4  Dr. I. Tovishe Phucho    NET, PhD  Associate ProfessorOrganic Chemistry / Organic synthesis, Heterocyclic Chemistry, Natural Products Chemistry  +917005756362 [email protected]
    5    Dr. M. Prabhakar    PhD    Assistant ProfessorOrganic Chemistry/ Medicinal Chemistry, Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Asymmetric Catalysis, Green Chemistry  +918247504804 [email protected] om
    6  Dr. Nurul Alam Choudhury  NET, PhD, Post Doc.  Assistant ProfessorInorganic Chemistry/ Polymer Electrolytes, Electrochemical Supercapacitors, Fuel Cells and batteries  +916009287830 [email protected] com
    7  Dr. Seram Dushila Devi    PhD    Assistant ProfessorPhysical Chemistry/Self aggregating system, Surfactants assembly in solution, dye aggregation in mixed media, Polymer gel etc.  +919436289603 [email protected] l.com
  • Courses Offered:
    • PG
    • PhD

3.   Intake Capacity/Vacancy:

  1. PG                                   :           27 per semester (subject to enhancement as per rules)
    1. PhD                                :           01 (according to availability of seats for this session)

4.   No. of Semesters:

  1. PG                                   :           02

5.  PG Course Structure:

Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
CHEM – 411Inorganic Chemistry-I4
CHEM – 412Organic Chemistry-I4
CHEM – 413Physical chemistry-I4
CHEM – 414Laboratory Course in Inorganic Chemistry4
Total16
CHEM – 421Inorganic Chemistry-II4
CHEM – 422Organic Chemistry-II4
CHEM – 423Physical chemistry- II4
CHEM – 424Laboratory Course in Organic Chemistry4
Total16
CHEM – 531Inorganic Chemistry-III4
CHEM – 532Organic Chemistry-III4
CHEM – 533Physical chemistry-III4
CHEM – 534Analytical Chemistry4
CHEM – 535Laboratory Course in Physical Chemistry4
Total20
CHEM – 541Inorganic Chemistry-IV4
CHEM – 542Organic Chemistry-IV4
CHEM – 543Physical chemistry- IV4
CHEM- 544 A/B/CCBCP (Choice Based Credit Paper)4
CHEM – 545Project Work (CBCP)4
Total20
  • Pre-PhD Course Work Structure:
Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
CHEM-601Research Methodology100 (5 Credits)
CHEM-602Advances in Chemistry100 (5 Credits)
CHEM-603Literature review, Report writing and Presentation150 (5 Credits)

Head of the Department         :                                                Dean, School of Sciences Contact detail       :                                       +919957263685

Email id.                                 : [email protected] [email protected]

1.   Faculty position:

Sl. No.Name of the FacultyQualificationDesignationSubject specialization/ Thrust area of ResearchContact no. & Email ID
    1    Dr. Pranjal Bharali    PhD    Assistant ProfessorEnvironmental Biology & Wildlife Sciences/ Environmental MicrobiologyBioremediation technology  +919957263685 [email protected] l.com
    2  Dr. Latonglila Jamir    PhD  Assistant ProfessorEnvironmental chemistry/ Environmental monitoringSurface adsorption studiesGreen chemical synthesis  +917085612801 [email protected] mail.com
    3  Dr. Chubaakum Pongen    PhD  Guest FacultyGeochemistry & Atmospheric chemistry/ Material chemistryNanomaterialsWastewater treatment  +919402403371 [email protected] il.com
    4  Dr. Sardine Varay  PhD  Guest FacultyEarth surface processes/ Isotope hydrologyTopographic analysisRemote sensing & GIS+918585956244 [email protected] ail.com
  • Courses Offered:
    • PG
    • PhD

3.   Intake capacity/Vacancy:

  1. PG                                              :           10
    1. PhD                                            :           Nil

4.   No. of Semesters:

  1. PG                                              :           04
    1. PhD (Course Work)                  :           01

5.   PG Course Structure:

Course No./ CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
ES-101Basics of Environmental Sciences4
ES-102Environmental Chemistry4
ES-103Environmental Biology4
ES-104Earth Science & Hazards4
ES-105Practical – I4
ES-201Environmental Pollution4
ES-202Ecology & Environment4
ES-203Earth Surface Processes4
ES-204Environmental Management4
ES-205Practical – II4
ES-301Meteorology & Climatology4
ES-302Biodiversity Conservation4
ES-303Analytical Methods4
ES-304Practical-III4
ES-401Energy & Environment4
ES-402Research Methodology4
  ES-403*CBCP Remote Sensing & GISWildlife & Conservation BiologyEnvironmental Health and Ecotoxicology  4
ES-404Project Work and Dissertation Seminar4
72
*A student will choose any one of the choice based papers offered by the department in 4th Semester.
  • Pre-PhD Course Work Structure:
Course No./ CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
Core Course
ESP101Research Methodology5
ESP102Literature Review and Report Writing5
Elective Course
ESP103Environmental Geoinformatics5
ESP104Environmental Monitoring5
ESP105Environmental Biology5
*A student will choose any one course from the electives15

Head of the Department i/c :                                              Dean, School of Sciences Contact detail     :                                     +918630906738

Email id.                               :                                   [email protected]

2. Faculty position:

Sl. No.Name of the Faculty  Qualification  DesignationSubject specialization/ Thrust area of ResearchContact no. & Email ID
  1Dr. Mayur Mausoom Phukan  PhD  Assistant ProfessorPlant Biotechnology, Plant Biofuel, Medicinal plants+919954664500 [email protected] anduniversity.ac.in
  2  Dr. G. Bupesh  PhD  Assistant ProfessorBioactive compounds from Medicinal Plants, Tribal Health Research+918248019011 [email protected] nduniversity.ac.in
  3Dr. Gyati YamPhD, Post doc.Assistant Professor  Forestry+919862148085 [email protected] l.com
Courses Offered:M.Sc. 
ii. PhD
Intake capacity/Vacancy:PG                                           :  10
ii.    PhD                                         :06
No. of Semesters:PG                                           :  04
ii.    PhD (Course Work)                :01
  • PG Course Structure:
Total Marks=1800                                                                                                                            Total Credit = 72
Sem.Course No. /CodeTitle of CourseCreditMarks
IFS-101Silviculture4100
FS-102Forest Mensuration4100
 FS-103Forest Management4100
FS-104Forest Products and Their Utilization-Chemistry and Industry4100
FS-105Practical – I and Field Study4100
 20500
    IIFS-201Forest Ecology4100
FS-202Biodiversity Conservation4100
FS-203Forest Resource Management and Economics4100
FS-204Forest Protection and Integrated Pest Management4100
FS-205Practical – II and Field Study4100
 20500
  IIIFS-301Forest Policy, Laws and International Conventions4100
FS-302Forest Biotechnology and Tree Improvement4100
FS-303Wood Science and Technology4100
FS-304Practical-III and Field Study4100
 16400
      IVFS-401Forest and People4100
FS-402Wildlife and Conservation Biology4100
  FS-403*CBCP Medicinal and Aromatic PlantsForest BiotechnologyForest Bio-energy  4  100
FS-404Project Work and Dissertation Seminar4100
 16400
*A student will select any one of the choice based credit papers offered by the Department in the 4th Semester.

7.   Pre-PhD Course Work Structure:

TOTAL MARKS = 300                                                                                                                      TOTAL CREDIT = 15
SemesterCourse No./CodeTitle of CourseCreditMarks
    IFSP-101Research Methodology5100
OPTIONAL PAPERS (CANDIDATES CAN SELECT ANY ONE PAPER)
FSP-102. AWood Science & Technology  5  100
FSP-102. BForest Bio-energy
FSP-102. CMedicinal and Aromatic Plants
FSP-103Literature Review & Report Writing5100
 15300

Head of the Department        :    Prof. Lanusashi Longkumer Contact detail :                                            +919436006047/ +917085673667

Email id.                                 :                                    [email protected]

1.  Faculty position:

  Sl. No.  Name of the faculty  Qualification  DesignationSubject Specialization/ thrust area of Research  Contact no. & Email ID
  1  Dr. Lanusashi LongkumerM.A((DU), M.Phil., PhD(JNU) & ICSSR Fellow  Professor & HODPolitical Geography, Environmental and Resource Geography+919436006047/ +917085673667 [email protected] nduniversity.ac.in
    2    Dr. M.S. RawatM.A, P.G. Diploma in Ecology & Environment, Physical Geography, & PhD (Kumaun University)    Professor  Environmental Geomorphology & Watershed Management    +918630906738 [email protected] nduniversity.ac.in
  3Dr. Sangyu YadenM.A, M. Phil.& PhD (NEHU)  ProfessorAgricultural, Social, Environmental and Resource geography+918787537702 [email protected] mail.com
    4  Dr. WangshimenlaM.A(NEHU), PhD(NU) & PG Diploma in RS & GIS    ProfessorEnvironmental Geography, Human Geography & Remote Sensing & GIS.  +917005241614 [email protected] duniversity.ac.in
    5    Dr. Kedovikho YhoshuM.Sc. (Geography) (Kumaun University), M. Tech. (AU in collaboration with IIRS, ISRO)    Assistant ProfessorPhysical Geography, Remote Sensing & GIS Application in Geosciences, Geohazards.  +918731896565 [email protected] anduniversity.ac.i n
      6      Dr. Manasi Debnath      M.A (JNU) PhD (NEHU)      Assistant ProfessorClimate change and impact on Himalayan Cryosphere (Glaciers, Glacial Lakes, Rock glaciers, Permafrost) Paleoclimate and Geochronology, environmental    +917407947801 +916009373544 [email protected] university.ac.in
    hazards, Geomorphology. 
  • Courses Offered:
    • PG                                                :           M.A/M.Sc.
    • PhD

3.  Intake capacity/Vacancy:

  1. PG                                                 :           30
    1. PhD                                               :           07

4.  No. of semesters:

  1. PG                                                 :           04
    1. PhD (Course Work)                     :           01
  2. PG Course Structure:
Course No./CodeTitle of CourseType of CourseCreditsMarks
FIRST SEMESTER (18 Credits / 450 Marks)
GEOG 101 (CP)GeomorphologyCP4100
GEOG 102 (CP)Economic GeographyCP4100
GEOG 103 (CP)Regional Geography of IndiaCP4100
GEOG 104 (CP)Geographical ThoughtCP4100
GEOG 105 (CP)Cartographic and Quantitative Techniques (Practical)CP250
SECOND SEMESTER (18 Credits / 450 Marks)
GEOG 201 (CP)Climatology and OceanographyCP4100
GEOG 202 (CP)BiogeographyCP4100
GEOG 203 (CP)Political GeographyCP4100
GEOG 204 (CP)Remote Sensing and Geographical Information SystemCP4100
GEOG 205 (CP)Remote Sensing Techniques and Computer Cartography (Practical)CP250
THIRD SEMESTER (18 Credits / 450 Marks)
GEOG 301 (CP)Natural Resources ManagementCP4100
GEOG 302 (CP)Regional Planning and DevelopmentCP4100
GEOG 303 (CP)Geography of ResourcesCP4100
GEOG 304 (CP)Geography of North East IndiaCP4100
GEOG 305 (CP)Field Work: Physical / Socio- Economic Survey (Practical)CP250
FOURTH SEMESTER (18 Credits / 450 Marks)
GEOG 401 (CP)DissertationCP250
GEOG 402 (CP)Research MethodologyCP4100
GEOG 403 (CP)Geography of TourismCP4100
GEOG 404 (CP)Regional Geography of South East AsiaCP4100
Choice Based Credit Papers (CBCP)*
GEOG 405 (CBCP)HydrologyCBCP4100
GEOG 406 (CBCP)Population GeographyCBCP4100
GEOG 407 (CBCP)Cultural GeographyCBCP4100
GEOG 408 (CBCP)Agricultural GeographyCBCP4100
GEOG 409 (CBCP)Application of Remote Sensing, GIS and GPS in GeographyCBCP4100
TOTAL721800

Abbreviation: CP-Core Paper (Compulsory); CBCP- Choice Based Credit Paper.

*Under Choice Based Credit Papers, student will study only one Course in the Fourth Semester

6.     Pre-PhD Course work:

Course No./CodeTitle of course
PAPER I (GEOG-501)RESEARCH METHODOLOGY : 4 Credits with total of 50 hours(100 Marks)
  PAPER II (GEOG-504)Optional/elective Paper : 4 Credits with total of 50 hours : students can opt any (one) paper from the following(100 Marks)
GEOG-502 AApplied Geomorphology
GEOG-502 BEnvironmental Geomorphology
GEOG-502 CRemote Sensing, GIS & GPS Application in Geography
PAPER III (GEOG-503)Research and Publication Ethics (RPE) : 4 Credits with total of 50 hours(100 Marks)
PAPER IV (GEOG – 504)(A)50+(B)30+(C)20 = :4 Credits with total of 50 hours100 Marks
(A)Review of Literature
(B)Research Proposal Writing
(C)Seminar

Head of the Department         :                                                Prof. Santosh Kumar Singh Contact detail  :                                    +919436604764

Email id.                                 :     [email protected] [email protected]

1. Faculty Position:

  Sl. No.  Name of the Faculty  Qualification  DesignationSubject Specialization / Thrust area of Research  Contact no. & Email ID
  1Dr. G.T. ThongM.Sc. (Andhra University), PhD (NEHU)  ProfessorSedimentology & Geohazards+918732893747 [email protected] nagalanduniversity.ac.in
  2Dr. B.V. RaoM.Sc., PGDIGG, PhD (Andhra University)  ProfessorIgneous Petrology & Applied Geochemistry+918837489243 [email protected] ity.ac.in
  3Dr. Santosh Kumar SinghM.Sc., PhD (BHU)  ProfessorOre Geology & Exploration Geochemistry+919436604764 [email protected] university.ac.in
  4Dr. Vikoleno RinoM.Sc. (NU), PhD (Kumaun University)Associate ProfessorIgneous Petrology & Geochemistry+918787467916 [email protected] university.ac.in
  5Dr. Sanjai Kumar Srivastava  M.Sc. (BHU), PhD (NU)  Associate Professor  Sedimentology & Palaeobiology+919436435610 [email protected] niversity.ac.in
  6Dr. Temsulemba WallingM.Sc., PhD (NU), NET-JRF (UGC-CSIR)Assistant ProfessorGeohazards & Environmental Geology+918974816637 [email protected] university.ac.in
  7Dr. Ch. Mangi KhumanM.Sc., PhD (Manipur University)Assistant ProfessorIgneous Petrology & Geochemistry; Geodynamics+918787894416 [email protected] duniversity.ac.in
1. Courses offered: 
i. M.Sc.
ii. PhD
2. Intake Capacity/Vacancy:
i. M.Sc.                                        :20(18+2)
ii. PhD                                          :04
3. No. of Semesters 
i. M.Sc.                                        :04
ii. PhD (Course Work)                :01
4. PG Course Structure: 
SemesterCourse No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
      IGL-101Geomorphology and Remote Sensing4
GL-102Structural Geology and Geodynamics4
GL-103Palaeontology4
GL-104Mineralogy4
GL-105Practical on GL-101 and GL-1024
GL-106Practical on GL-103 and GL-1044
GL-107Geological Fieldwork3
Total27
    IIGL-201Igneous Petrology4
GL-202Metamorphic Petrology4
GL-203Sedimentology4
GL-204Ore Geology4
GL-205Practical on GL-201 and GL-2024
GL-206Practical on GL-203 and GL-2044
Total24
      IIIGL-301Hydrogeology4
GL-302Geochemistry4
GL-303Fuel Geology4
GL-304Stratigraphy4
GL-305Practical on GL-301 and GL-3024
GL-306Practical on GL-303 and GL-3044
GL-307Geological Fieldwork3
Total27
          IVGL-401Environmental and Engineering Geology4
GL-402Mineral Exploration and Mining Geology4
GL-403Marine and Quaternary Geology4
GL-404Practical on GL-401 and GL-4023
      GL-405Dissertation (Elective, any one) Structural Geology & GeodynamicsIgneous PetrologySedimentologyEconomic GeologyEngineering GeologyHydrogeologyEnvironmental Geology      5
GL-406Grand Viva2
Total22
GRAND TOTAL100

All Courses are Compulsory

5. Pre-PhD Coursework Structure:

Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
GL-21Research Methodology & Research and Publication Ethics5
    GL-22Elective Paper (Any one) GL-22 (i) Recent Advances in Geology GL-22 (ii) Applied Sedimentology GL-22 (iii) Geochemistry of Mineral Deposits GL-22 (iv) Geohydrology GL-22 (v) Environmental Geosciences    5
GL-23Review of Literature, Report Writing and Seminar5

Head of the Department (i/c) :           Dean, School of Sciences Contact detail     :                       +918787585011/+918258975569

Email id.                                 :                                                [email protected]

1.  Faculty Position:

Sl. No.Name of the FacultyQualificationDesignationSubject specialization/ Thrust area of ResearchContact no. & Email ID
    1  Dr. Ram Krishna Paul,  M.Sc., NET, PhD  Assistant ProfessorAlgebra in the Stone Cech Compactification of discrete semigroup and its application to Ramsey Theory (Combinatorics)  +919123783442 [email protected] university.ac.in
  2Mrs. Kilangbenla Imsong  M.Sc., NET  Assistant Professor  Ring Theory+918575024734 [email protected] alanduniversity.ac .in
  3Mr. Temjensangba  M.Sc., NET  Assistant Professor  Analysis+918258975569 [email protected] galanduniversity.a c.in
  5Ms. Tsuktirenla Kichu  M.Sc., NETGuest Faculty  Algebra  9089203078
  • Courses Offered:
    • PG
    • PhD
3. Intake Capacity/Vacancy: 
i. PG                                              :15
ii. PhD                                            :03
No. of Semesters:PG                                             :  04
ii. PhD (Course Work)                :01
5. PG Course Structure: 

Semester – I

Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
MATC101Analysis-I4
MATC102Linear Algebra4
MATC103Ordinary Differential Equations4
MATC104Classical Mechanics4
MATC105Calculus-I2
Total18

Semester- II

Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
MATC201Algebra4
MATC202Complex Function Theory4
MATC203Partial Differential Equations2
MATC204Topology4
MATC205Several Variable Calculus4
Total18

Semester- III

Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
MATC301Programming in C and Applications4
MATC302Computer Practical2
MATC303Measure Theory4
MATC304Elementary Number Theory4
MATC305Theory of Field Extensions4
Total18

Semester- IV

Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
MATC401Numerical Analysis4
MATC402Comp. Num. Anal. Pract.2
MATC403Functional Analysis4
MATC404Project Work4
MATCBCP4XYChoice based Credit Paper4
Total18

Note:

  1. The choice based credit papers will be offered subject to the availability of faculty specialised in the concerned field.
  2. MATCBCP4XY will correspond to the Course Code of the choice-based credit papers being offered in the fourth semester.
  3. Students may take desired papers from SWAYAM MOOCS for the choice based credit papers and may transfer the credits at the end of the course.

6. Pre-PhD Course Work Structure:

Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
MAT-501Research Methodology5
MAT-502 (A)Algebra in the Stone Cech Compactification5
MAT-503Literature review, Report writing and Presentation5
Total15

Head of the Department (i/c) :                                                Dean, School of Sciences Contact detail.      :                                       +919612292496

Email id.                                 :                                               [email protected]

1.  Faculty Position:

Sl. No.Name of the FacultyQualificationDesignationSubject Specialization/ Thrust Area of ResearchContact no.& Email ID
    1  Dr. Y. Sundarayya    M.Sc., PhD  Assistant ProfessorCondensed matter physics/ Multiferroics, magnetism, spectroscopy, energy materials and abinitio methods  +918837015172 [email protected] duniversity.ac.in
  2Dr. Naorem Shanta Singh  M.Sc., PhDAssistant ProfessorCondensed Matter Physics, Materials Science & Luminescent materials+919862032690 [email protected] nduniversity.ac.in
  3  Dr. Vijeth  M.Sc., PhD  Assistant ProfessorCondensed Matter Physics/ Supercapacitor, Conducting Polymers, Nanostructured Materials etc.+919164223172 [email protected] niversity.ac.in
  4Dr. Ng. Bedamani Singh  M.Sc., PhDAssistant Professor (Guest Faculty)  Condensed Matter Physics+917005756381 [email protected] ail.com
  • Courses offered:
    • PG
    • PhD

3.   Intake capacity/Vacancy:

PG

  1. PhD

4.   No. of Semesters:

  1. PG
    1. PhD (course work)

5.   PG Course Structure: First Semester

Course No./ CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
PHY401Classical Mechanics4
PHY402Mathematical Methods – I3
PHY403Electromagnetic Theory – I3
PHY404Analog and Digital Electronics4
PHY405Computational Methods laboratory (Practical)4

Second Semester

Course No./ CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
PHY451Quantum Mechanics – I4
PHY452Mathematical Methods – II3
PHY453Electromagnetic Theory – II3
PHY454Statistical Mechanics4
PHY455Electronics Laboratory (Practical)4

Third Semester

Course No./ CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
PHY501Quantum Mechanics – II4
PHY502Solid State Physics – I3
PHY503Spectroscopy4
PHY504Nuclear and particle Physics3
PHY505General Physics Laboratory – I (Practical)4

Fourth Semester

Course No./ CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
PHY551(A)Advanced Quantum Mechanics 
(or)(or)4
PHY551(B)Magnetism 
PHY552(A)Solid State Physics – II 
(or)(or)3
PHY552(B)Superconductivity 
CBCP  
PHY553(A) (or)Modern Optics (or)4
PHY553(B)Dielectric and Luminescence properties of Solids 
PHY554Project4
PHY555General Physics Laboratory – II (Practical)3

6.   Pre-PhD Course Work Structure:

Course No./ CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
PHY-801Research Methodology4
PHY-802Experimental Techniques (Theory)4
PHY-803Literature review, Report writing and Seminar2
PHY-804Research and Publication Ethics2

Head of the Department         :           Prof. Bendang Ao Contact detail                                       :           +919436006083

Email id.                                 :                                        [email protected]

1.   Faculty Position:

Sl. No.Name of the facultyQualificationDesignationSubject Specialization/ Thrust area of ResearchContact no.& Email ID
  1  Dr. Y. Sarat Chandra  PhD  ProfessorNeurobiology/Neuro- degeneration/Parkinson’s disease+919402908988 [email protected] versity.ac.in
  2Dr. Bendang Ao  PhDProfessor & HODAnimal Physiology/ Entomology+917005948796 [email protected] university.ac.in
  3Mr. Pukhrambam Rajesh Singh  M.Sc. (NET)Assistant Professor  Fish biology & Fisheries+8837439496 [email protected] .com
  4Dr. Pranay Punj Pankaj  PhDAssistant ProfessorEndocrinology & Reproductive Physiology+919771162090 [email protected] com
  5  Dr. Lobeno Mozhui  PhDAssistant Professor (Guest Faculty)  Ecology & Behavioural Biology+919615328799 [email protected] gmail.com
  • Courses offered:
    • PG
    • PhD

3.   Intake capacity/Vacancy:

: 27 : 02 : 04 : 01    

PG

  1. PhD

4.  No. of Semesters:

  1. PG
    1. PhD

5.  PG Course Structure:

SemesterCourse No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
    IZOO -101 (Theory) & ZOO:P-102 (Practical)Biological Chemistry4 + 2
ZOO-103 (Theory) & ZOO:P-104 (Practical)Endocrinology & Reproductive Biology4 + 2
ZOO-105 (Theory) & ZOO:P-106 (Practical)Parasitology & Entomology4 + 2
    IIZOO-201(Theory) & ZOO:P-202 (Practical)Genetics & Developmental Biology4 + 2
ZOO-203 (Theory) & ZOO:P-204 (Practical)Animal Physiology4 + 2
ZOO-205 (Theory) & ZOO:P-206 (Practical)Aquatic Biology & Fisheries4 + 2
    IIIZOO-301(Theory) & ZOO:P-302 (Practical)Molecular Biology4 + 2
ZOO-303(Theory) & ZOO:P-304(Practical)Cell Biology & Immunology4 + 2
ZOO-305 (Theory) & ZOO:P-306 (Practical)Biosystematics & Evolution4 + 2
      IVZOO-401(Theory) & ZOO:PW-402:Project Work*Tools & Technique in Biology and Biostatistics4 + 2
ZOO-403 (Theory) & ZOO:P-404 (Practical)Ecology and Behavioural Biology4 + 2
CBCP ZOO-405 A/B (Theory) & ZOO:P-406 A/B (Practical) (Choice Based Credit Papers)Integrated ZoologyApplied Zoology  4 + 2

*Project work is inclusive of study tour report**Student may opt for only one CBCP (Both Theory and practical combined) offered during fourth semester

  • PhD Course Work Structure:
Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit
ZOO-PhD-01Research Methodology4
    ZOO-PhD-02 (A-F)Molecular Genetics, Genetic Engineering and ApplicationsEntomologyBiodiversity Conservation and Environmental IssuesNeuroendocrinology and ChronobiologyFisheriesIntegrated Zoology    4
ZOO-PhD-03(a)Review of Literature & Report writing3
ZOO-PhD-03(b)Seminar2
ZOO-PhD-04Research and Publication Ethics2

SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

Dean                            :           Prof. M.K. Sinha Contact detail                           :           +919436006435

Emailid.                      :                                  [email protected]

Department of Economics                          Lumami

Department of Political Science                 – do –

Department of Sociology                             – do –

Department of Commerce                                                                   Kohima Campus, Meriema Department of History & Archaeology                                                 – do –

Head of the Department     :           Prof. P. K. Deka Contact detail                                   :           + 919436605190

Email id.                             :                                          [email protected]

1.  Faculty Position:

  Sl. No.  Name of the faculty  Qualification  DesignationSubject Specialization/ Thrust area of Research  Contact No. &Email- ID
  1  Dr. A. K. Mishra  PhD  Professor  Finance+919436276539 [email protected]
  2  Dr. P. K. Deka  PhD  Professor  Accountancy+919436605190 [email protected] mail.com
  3  Dr. Gautam Patikar  PhD  ProfessorMarketing & Research Methodology+919436003439 [email protected] niversity.ac.in
  4  Dr. Ratan Kaurinta  PhD  Associate ProfessorE-Commerce & Computer Application+919436011758 [email protected] university.ac.in
    5  Dr. Amrendra Kumar    PhD  Assistant Professor    Accounting+919436618522 [email protected] university.ac.in
  6  Dr. Jasojit Debnath  PhDAssistant Professor (On lien leave)Accountancy & Insurance+919954274761 [email protected] versity.ac
  7  Dr. Maloth Raghu Ram  PhD  Assistant ProfessorManagement & Accounting+919490315594 [email protected] versity.ac.in
  • Courses offered:
    • M.Com.
    • PhD

3.  Intake Capacity/Vacancy:

  1. PG                                             :           50
    1. PhD                                            :           Nil

4.  No. of Semesters:

  1. PG                                              :           04
    1. PhD (Course Work)                :           01

5.  Course No./ Code Title of Course Credit(s) MC-101 Management Concepts & Organisational Behaviour 4 MC-102 Business Environment & Policy 4 MC-103 Statistical Analysis 4 MC-104 Corporate Financial Accounting & Reporting 4     PG Course Structure: First Semester

Second Semester

Course No./ CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
MC-201Business Entrepreneurship4
MC-202Accounting for Managerial Decisions4
MC-203Marketing Management4
MC-204Financial Management4

Third Semester:

Course No./CodeTitle of the CourseCredit(s)
MC-301Computer Application in Business4
MC-302Corporate Legal Framework4
Elective IAny of the following six (6) Groups/Areas4
Elective IIAny of the following six (6) Groups/Areas4

Fourth Semester:

Course No./CodeTitle of the CourseCredit(s)
MC-401Strategic Management4
MC-402E-Commerce4
Elective IIIAny of the following six (6) Groups/Areas4
Elective IVAny of the following six (6) Groups/Areas4

OPTIONAL GROUP

Group A: Accounting

Elective IMCRM-01Research Methodology & Project
Elective IIMCA-02Advanced Financial Accounting
Elective IIIMCA-03Advanced Cost & Management Accounting
Elective IVMCA-04Corporate Tax Planning & Management
Group B: Finance
Elective IMCRM-01Research Methodology & Project
Elective IIMCF-02Financial Institutions & Markets
Elective IIIMCF-03Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

Elective IV      MCF-04          Strategic Financial Management

Group C: Human Resource Management

Elective IMCRM-01Research Methodology & Project
Elective IIMCHR-02Human Resource Planning
Elective IIIMCHR-03Human Resource Management
Elective IVMCHR-04Human Resource Development
Group D: International Business
Elective IMCRM-01Research Methodology & Project
Elective IIMCIB-02International Business Environment
Elective IIIMCIB-03Foreign Trade Policy and Investment
Elective IVMCIB-04International Marketing
Group E: Marketing
Elective IMCRM-01Research Methodology & Project
Elective IIMCM-02Services Marketing & Customer Relationship Management
Elective IIIMCM-03Agriculture & Rural Marketing
Elective IVMCM-04Marketing Research
Group F: Banking & Insurance
Elective IMCRM-01Research Methodology & Project
Elective IIMCBI-02Banking Operation & Procedures
Elective IIIMCBI-03Insurance Finance & Administration
Elective IVMCBI-04Insurance & Risk Management
  • Pre-PhD Course Work Structure:
Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
PCW-01Research Methodology in Social Sciences5
PCW-02Data Analysis and Computer Application in Research5
PCW-03Research and Publication Ethics2
PCW-04Term Paper4

Head of the Department         :                                                Prof. B. Kilangla Jamir Contact detail  :                                   +918837410093

Email id.                                 :                                          [email protected]

1.       Faculty Position:

Sl. No.Name of the FacultyQualificationDesignationSubject Specialization/ thrust area of ResearchContact No. &    Email-ID
  1Prof. B. Kilangla Jamir  PhD & NETProfessor & HODEnvironmental and Development Economics+918837410093 [email protected] m
    2Prof. Mithilesh Kumar SinhaPhD PG(Dip) in Econometrics (Annamalai University)  Professor & Dean SSS  Econometrics and Mathematical Economics+919436006435/ +917005714627 [email protected] ail.com
    3  Prof. T. Zarenthung Ezung    PhD & NET    Professor    Econometrics and Monetary Economics+919436016413/ +917085673828 [email protected] [email protected] rsity.ac.in
  4Dr. Y. Temjenzulu Jamir  PhD & NETAssociate ProfessorIndustrial Economics and History of Economic Thought+919436607038/ +918787455477 [email protected]
  5Miss. Alice Pongener  M.A & NETAssistant ProfessorMonetary and Industrial Economics+919436016334/ +91894986456 [email protected]
  6Dr. Renbeni Kikon  PhD & JRF  Assistant ProfessorEconometrics, Rural Economics, Agriculture Economics, Behavioral Economics  [email protected] versity.ac.in
  • Courses offered:
    • PG
    • PhD

3.   Intake Capacity/Vacancy:

  1. PG                                                :           45
    1. PhD                                            :           Vacancy available

4.  No. of Semesters:

  1. PG                                               :           04
    1. PhD (Course work)                    :           01

5.  PG Course Structure:

SemesterCourse No/CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
 ECO – 101Quantitative Methods – I 
IECO – 102 ECO – 103Micro Economics – I 
Macro Economics – I 
 ECO – 104
Public Economics 
 ECO – 201Quantitative Methods – II 
IIECO – 202 ECO – 203Micro Economics – II 
Macro Economics – II 
 ECO – 204
International Trade and Finance 
 ECO -301Economics of Growth and Development 
IIIECO – 302 ECO – 300_Indian Economic Policy 
Optional –I 
 ECO – 300_
Optional –II 
    IVECO – 401 ECO – 402 ECO – 400_Economics of Environment and Natural Resource Management 
Research Methodology And Dissertation 
Optional-I 
 ECO – 400_
Optional – II 

OPTIONAL PAPERS FOR III SEMESTER

COURSE NO            COURSE TITLE

ECO-3001                   INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS-I

ECO-3002                   FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND MARKETS-I

ECO-3003                   ECONOMETRICS-I

ECO-3004                   AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS-I

ECO-3005                   DEMOGRAPHY-I

ECO-3006                   ECONOMICS OF GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT-I ECO-3007          COMPUTER APPLICATION IN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS ECO-3008                                    ECONOMICS AND LAW

ECO-3009                   HISTORY OF MODERN ECONOMIC THOUGHTS

OPTIONAL PAPERS FOR IV SEMESTER

COURSE NO            COURSE TITLE

ECO-4001                   INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS-II

ECO-4002                   FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND MARKETS-II

ECO-4003                   ECONOMETRICS-II

ECO-4004                   AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS-II

ECO-4005                   DEMOGRAPHY-II

ECO-4006                   ECONOMICS OF GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT-II ECO-4007            WELFARE ECONOMICS

ECO-4008                   ECONOMICS OF INSURANCE

ECO-4009                   LABOUR ECONOMICS

ECO-4010                                  MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS ECO-4011                                    ECONOMICS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

6.  PhD Course Work Structure:

Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
ECO-CW-01Research Methodology4
ECO-CW-02Methods of Data Analysis4
ECO-CW-03Research and Publication Ethics4
ECO-CW-04Computer Applications and Term Paper4

Head of the Department               :           Prof. Y. Ben Lotha Contact detail                               :           +919436000372

Email id.                                       :                                                     [email protected]

1.  Faculty Position:

Sl. No.Name of the Faculty  Qualification  DesignationSubject specialization/thrust area of ResearchContact No. & Email-ID
    1    Prof. N. Venuh  M.A, M.Phil., PhD  Professor & PVC    Contemporary History  +919436000372 [email protected] niversity.ac.in
    2  Prof. Tiatoshi Jamir  M.A, NET, PhD    ProfessorMortuary studies; Prehistory of Northeast India; Community Archaeology in Northeast India  +919436604926 [email protected] niversity.ac.in
  3Prof. Y. Ben LothaM.A, M.Phil, PhDProfessor & HODModern India, Non-Indian History & American History+917005180212 [email protected] versity.ac.in
  4Ms. Thungchanbeni Kithan  M.A, NET  Assistant Professor  Modern India; North East India+919436400514 [email protected] galanduniversity.ac .in
  5  Dr. Aokumla Walling  M.A, NET, PGD, PhD  Assistant ProfessorOral tradition, Literary text & Archaeology; Archaeology of ancestral sites; Ethnoarchaeology+919426015286 [email protected] university.ac.in
  6Dr. Ditamulü VasaM.A, NET, PhDAssistant ProfessorEthnoarchaeology; Ceramics & Indigenous Art+919402868628 [email protected] duniversity.ac.in
  7  Dr. Chubala Sanglir  M.A, NET, PhD  Assistant ProfessorMedieval Indian History; Society and Economy of the Nagas (Pre-Colonial to Colonial Period)+919436401079 [email protected] university.ac.in
  8Dr. R. Chumbeno NgullieM.A, NET, M.Phil, PhDAssistant ProfessorCeramic Ethnoarchaeology; Ancient India+919402831904 [email protected] nduniversity.ac.in
  • Courses offered:

i. M.A

ii. PhD

3.  Intake Capacity/Vacancy:

  1. PG                                               :           55
    1. PhD                                            :           06 vacancies

4.  No. of Semesters:

  1. PG                                              :           04
    1. PhD (Course Work)                   :           01
  2. PG Course Structure:
Course No./ CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
First Semester
H-101Historical Methods4
H-102Archaeology: Methods and Approaches4
H-106Social and Political History of Nagas4
H-107Modern Indian Society4
Second Semester
H-103Introduction to Prehistoric Archaeology4
H-104Feudalism4
H-105Capitalism and Imperialism4
H-108Nationalism4
Third Semester
H-201Polity and Economy of Ancient India, circa BC1500 – AD 6004
H-206Neolithic and Megalithic Cultures of Northeast India4
H-403Contemporary India (1947 – 2000)4
H-407Colonialism in South East Asia (1511 – 1550)4
Fourth Semester
H-202Religion and Society in Ancient India, circa 1500 BC – AD 12004
H-203Neolithic and Chalcolithic Cultures of India4
H-405Government and Politics in North-East India since 19474
H-408Modern United States of America4
H-503Dissertation (*In lieu of any core paper within the Semester)4

6.  Pre-PhD Course Work Structure:

Course No./ CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
H-501Research Methodology4
H-502Oral Sources in Historical Research4
H-503Historiography4
H-504Term Paper4

Head of the Department         :           Prof. Moamenla Amer Contact detail                         :           +919436006125

Email id.                                  :                                             [email protected]rsity.ac.in

1.   Faculty Position:

Sl. No.Name of the facultyQualificationDesignationSubject specialization/ Thrust area(s) of ResearchContact No. & Email-ID
  1  Dr. H. John SemaM.A, M.Phil PhD, NEHU, Shillong, UGC- NET  ProfessorTheories of International Politics, International Relations, local institution+919436439442 [email protected] duniversity.ac.dot.i n
  2Dr. Moamenla AmerM.A, NEHU Shillong, NET PhD Nagaland University  ProfessorIndian Politics, Marxist Political Theory, Political Sociology, North East Politics, Gender Studies+919436016058 [email protected] iversity.ac.in
    3    Dr. Likhase SangtamM.A (Jamia Millia Islamia University) New Delhi. NET PhD Nagaland University    Assistant ProfessorWestern Political Theory, Working of Parliamentary and Federal Systems in India, Naga Politics, International Organizations  +919862276663 [email protected] niversity.ac.in
    4  Mrs. Monalisa Tase  M.A, NEHU Shillong, NET (pursuing PhD)    Assistant ProfessorContemporary Political Theory, Comparative Politics, Politics of North East India, with special reference to Nagaland, Act East Policy.  +919402489336 [email protected] duniversity.ac.in
  5Dr. Neizhanuo GolmeiM.A, M.Phil., JNU, New Delhi NET (JRF)Assistant ProfessorWestern Political Theories, Public Administration, Urban Governance and Politics+918731970688 [email protected] nduniversity.ac.in
      6    Dr. Deepak Kumar Bhaskar    M.A, M.Phil., PhD, JNU New Delhi, NET-JRF      Assistant ProfessorInternational Relations (Theories and Problem), Foreign Policy, African Politics, India-China. Africa relations, Political Theories, Western and Indian Political Thought. Human right and gender Politics at global level. 
  7Mr. Chongtham Gunnamani SinghM.A, MCU Taipei, M.Phil. JNU, NET, (Pursuing PhD)  Assistant professor  Asia-Pacific Affairs  [email protected] landuniversity.ac.in
  • Courses offered:
    • PG
    • PhD

3.  Intake Capacity/Vacancy:

  1. PG                                                  :           55
    1. PhD                                              :           04

4.  No. of Semesters:

  1. PG                                                 :           04
    1. PhD (Course Work)                    :           01
  • PG Course Structure:

1st Semester: (All papers are compulsory)

Course No./ CodeTitle of Course
PS: 101Western Political Theory (Classical Traditions)
PS: 102Political Processes and Dynamics in Indian Politics
PS: 103Theories of Public Administration
PS: 104Theories of International Politics

2nd Semester (All papers are compulsory)

Course No./ CodeTitle of Course
PS: 105Western Liberal Theories
PS: 106Issues in International Relations
PS: 107Politics of North-East India with special reference to Nagaland
PS: 108Indian Administration: Problems and Prospects

3rd Semester (Two papers compulsory, two papers optional/Elective)

Course No./ CodeTitle of Course
PS: 109Marxist Political Theory (Compulsory)
PS: 110Comparative Politics (Compulsory)
(Optional Papers)
PS: 111International Organisations (CBCS)
PS: 112Foreign Policy of India
PS: 113Public Policy and Analysis in India
PS: 114Human Rights: Theories and Practice
PS: 115Women and Politics in India
PS: 116International Law

4th Semester (Two papers compulsory, Two papers Optional/Elective)

Course No./ CodeTitle of Course
PS: 117Contemporary Political Theory (Major Issues) (Compulsory)
PS: 118Political Sociology (Compulsory)
(Optional Papers)
PS: 119Working of Parliamentary and Federal Systems in India(CBCS)
PS: 120Foreign Policy of Major Powers
PS: 121Liberal Political Theory
PS: 122Politics of South Asia
PS: 123Indian Political Thinkers
PS: 124Development Administration in India

CBCS: Choice Based Credit System

(The course is open for students of other departments)

7. Pre-PhD Course Work Structure:

Course No./CodeTitle of Course
POL.Ph.D – 401Research Methodology
POL.Ph.D – 402Working of Government and Politics in India (with particular reference to North-East India)
POL.Ph.D – 403Issues in International Relations and Foreign Policy
POL.Ph.D – 404Recent Trends and Developments in Political Science

Head of the Department         :           Prof. Athungo Ovung Contact detail                         :           +917005329857

Email id.                                 :                                             [email protected]

1.  Faculty Position:

Sl. No.Name of FacultyQualificationDesignationSubject specialization /thrust area of ResearchContact No. & Email-ID
  1Prof. Athungo Ovung  PhDProfessor & HODSocial Stratification, Change & Development, Research Methodoloy+917005329857 [email protected] niversity.ac.in
  2Prof. Toshimenla Jamir  PhD  ProfessorGender & Society, Environmental Sociology+919436439881 [email protected] duniversity.ac.in
  3Prof. Temjensosang  PhD  ProfessorSociological Theories, Political Sociology, Rural Sociology+919436605205 [email protected] anduniversity.ac.in
    4  Dr. Pitheli K. Jimo    PhD  Assistant Professor  Indian Diaspora, Change and Development+917005468227 [email protected] m [email protected] versity.ac.in
    5  Dr. Y. Srikanth    PhDAssistant Professor (Tribal Research Centre)Agrarian Change, Public Health, Rural Livelihood, Social Movements in India, IndianSociety  +919959499921 [email protected] university.ac.in
    6  Dr. Dipika Paul    PhD  Assistant Professor  Ethnicity & Ethnic Identity+917002151388 [email protected] com [email protected] versity.ac.in
    7    Dr. Suraj Beri    PhD  Assistant ProfessorSociology of India, Sociology of Elites, Urban Spacest, Inequalities Regional Political Economy 
    8    Dr. Nazimudddin Siddique    PhD    Assistant ProfessorCitizenship Studies, Migration Studies, Sociology of Development, Ethnicity & Ethnic Conflict Displacement, Sociology of North East India 
  • Courses offered:
    • PG
    • PhD

3.  Intake Capacity/Vacancy:

  1. PG                                               :           55
    1. PhD                                            :           08

4.  No. of Semesters:

  1. PG                                               :           04
    1. PhD (Course Work)                   :           01
  2. PG Course Structure:
SemesterCourse No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
  ISOC 01Classical Sociological Traditions4
SOC 02Methodology of Social Research -I4
SOC 03Perspectives on Indian Society4
SOC 04Globalization and Society4
    IISOC 05Modern Sociology Perspective4
SOC 06Methodology of Social Research -II4
SOC 07Sociology of Tribal Society with reference to North East India4
SOC 08Sociology of Change and Development4
    IIISOC 09Political Sociology4
SOC 10Sociology of Gender4
SOC 11Dissertation Writing 
SOC 12 (CBCS)Study of Indian Diaspora 
SOC 13 (CBCS)Urban Society in India4
SOC 14 (CBCS)Sociology of Religion4
    IVSOC 15Social Movements in India4
SOC 16Environment and Society4
SOC 17Rural Society in India4
SOC 18 (CBCS)Sociology of Entrepreneurship Development4
SOC 19 (CBCS)Study of South-East Asia 
SOC 20 (CBCS)Sociology of North-East India 
  • Pre-PhD Course Work Structure:
Course No.Title of CourseCredit(s)
SOC 401Advanced Sociological Theories4
SOC 402Social Research Methods4
SOC 403Research and Publication Ethics4
SOC 404Computer Application and Term paper4

SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES & EDUCATION

Dean                :           Prof. Buno Zetsuvi Contact detail :    +918416088292

Email id.         :           [email protected]

Department of Education                           Kohima Campus, Meriema

Department of English                                – do –

Department of Hindi                                   – do –

Department of Linguistics                                                    – do – Department of Teacher Education                                      – do – Department of Tenyidie                                                        – do –

Department of Psychology                          – do –

Centre for Naga Tribal Language Studies

-do-

Department of Mass Communication       Lumami

Head of the Department        :           Prof. Buno Liegise Contact detail                        :           +916009079836

Email id.                                :                                              [email protected]

1.   Faculty position:

Sl. No.Name of Faculty  Qualification  DesignationSubject specialization/thrust area of ResearchContact No. & Email-ID
    1  Dr. Buno Liegise  M.A (Edn.), M.Phil., PhD UGC-NET  Professor & HODEducation & Creativity Sociology of Education Pre-School Education Teacher Education Women Empowerment  +916009079836 [email protected] university.ac.in
  2Dr. Buno ZetsuviM.A (Edn.), B.Ed., PhD  ProfessorCurriculum Development Pre-School Education Environmental Education Philosophy of Education+918416088292 [email protected] .com
  3Dr. Lungsang Zeliang  M.A (Edn.), PhD UGC-NET  ProfessorComparative Education Teacher Education Educational Management Population Education+919383234227 [email protected] in
    4  Dr. Limala  M.A(Edn.), M.Phil., PhD  Associate ProfessorEducational Testing & Measurement Population Education Research methodology Educational Technology  +919436070578 [email protected] com
  5Dr. Khotole KhieyaM.A (Edn.), B.Ed., PhD UGC-NET  Associate ProfessorEducational Psychology Environmental Education Value Education Special Education+919436001208/ +918257035212 [email protected] university.ac.in
    6    Dr. Anu G. S.M.Sc.(Physics), M.Ed., PhD(Edn) PDF (Education), UGC- NET & JRF(Education), SET (Physics)    Associate ProfessorScience Education, Educational Technology, Educational Psychology, Life Skill Education, Tribal Education, Curriculum Development  +91 8894703576 [email protected] alanduniversity.ac.i n
  7  Narola Chuba  M.A (Edn.) UGC-NET  Assistant ProfessorTeacher Education Distance Education Indian Educational System Educational Administration+918131899875 [email protected] co.in
    8Dr. Neizo-ű Mero  M.A (Edn.), PhD UGC-NET  Assistant ProfessorHigher Education Educational Psychology Sociology of Education Value Education Pre-School Education  +919862745393 [email protected] com
      9    Dr. B. Venkata RaoM.Sc. (Maths), M.A(Psy), M.Ed, PGDCA, PhD (Edn). UGC-PDF UGC-NET(Edn) UGC-NET(Psy.) AP SET (Edn)      Assistant ProfessorMathematics Education, Educational Psychology, Teacher Education, Methodology of Educational Research and Statistics Educational Testing and Evaluation ICT in Education    +919247675516 [email protected] agaland university.ac.in
  • Courses offered:
    • M.A
    • PhD

3.  Intake Capacity/Vacancy:

  1. PG                                               :           55
    1. PhD                                            :           10

4.  No. of Semesters:

  1. PG                                               :           04
    1. PhD (Course Work)                   :           01
  2. PG Course Structure:
Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
MAEDU:101Philosophical Foundations of Education5
MAEDU:102Psychological Foundations of Education5
MAEDU:103Teacher Education5
MAEDU:104Distance Education5
MAEDU:205Sociological Foundations of Education5
MAEDU:206Methodology of Education Research and statistics5
MAEDU:207Comparative Education5
MAEDU:208Value Education and Human Rights5
MAEDU:309Intelligence, Creativity and Education5
MAEDU:310Environmental Education5
MAEDU:311Educational Testing and Evaluation5
MAEDU:312Population Education/Education for Leisure5
MAEDU:413Special Education5
MAEDU:414Educational Technology5
MAEDU:415Education for Empowerment of Women5
MAEDU:416ECCE/Economics of Education5

6.  Pre-PhD Course Work Structure:

Course No./ CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
Paper IMethodology of Educational Research4
Paper IIStatistics in Educational Research4
Paper IIIEducation, Research and Publication Ethics4
Paper IVPresentation: Research Proposals/seminar papers4

Head of the Department        :           Prof. Jano S. Liegise Contact detail                        :           +919856775073

Email id.                                :                                         [email protected]

1.   Faculty Position:

  Sl. No.  Name of the Faculty  Qualification  DesignationSubject Specialization/ Thrust Area of Research  Contact No. & Email-ID
    1  Dr. N.D.R. Chandra  M.A, PGDTE, M. Phil. ,PhD    Professor  Literary Theory & Criticism, Victorian Poetery, ELT+918839846685/ +919436604508 [email protected]/ [email protected] nduniversity.ac.in
    2Dr. Nigamananda Das  M.A, PGCTE, PGDTE, M. Phil., PhD    ProfessorCommonwealth Literature, Saint Literature, ELT, Contemporary Theory+919436608904/ +918575094585 [email protected]/ [email protected] ity.ac.in
  3Dr. R. Rosemary Dzuvichu  M.A, PhD  ProfessorDrama, American Literature+918974248224 [email protected] m
4Dr. Jano S. LiegiseM.A, M. Phil., PhDProfessor & HODBritish Literature, Cultural Studies+919856775073 [email protected]
  5Dr. Mohammed Akhtar Jamal Khan  M.A, M. Phil. PhD  Associate ProfessorCommonwealth Literature  +919348068308 [email protected]
  6Dr. Lemtila AlingerM.A, M. Phil., PhDAssistant ProfessorLiterary Theory, Semiotics+918787624224 [email protected] om
  7Dr. I. Talisenla ImsongM.A, M. Phil., PhDAssistant ProfessorCommonwealth Literature+919436831744 [email protected]
  • Courses offered:
    • PG
    • PhD

3.  Intake Capacity/Vacancy:

  1. PG                                             :           65
    1. PhD                                          :           06

4.  No. of Semesters:

  1. PG                                             :           04
    1. PhD                                          :           01
  2. PG Course Structure:
Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
MAEng-1Poetry-I5
MAEng-2Drama-I5
MAEng-3Fiction-I5
MAEng-4Prose5
MAEng-5Literary Theory & Criticism-I5
MAEng-6Poetry-II5
MAEng-7Drama-II5
MAEng-8Fiction-II5
MAEng-9Indian English Literature5
MAEng-10Modern Literary Theory & Criticism-II5
MAEng-11American Literature/ Australian Literature5
MAEng-12Indian English Fiction/ African Literature5
MAEng-13Linguistics, Phonetics, Stylistics/ Commonwealth Literature5
MAEng-14Comparative Literature/ Translation Studies5
MAEng-15New Literature/ Canadian Literature5
MAEng-16Film Studies5
MAEng-17Modern Literature5
MAEng-18Research Methodology5
MAEng-19American Literature5
MAEng-20New Literature / Dissertation5

6.   PhD Course Work Structure:

Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
PhDCW-01Research Methodology4
PhDCW-02Approaches to Literature/ Linguistics (Literary and Critical Theory)4
PhDCW-03Area Study in Literature/ Linguistics/ Cultural Studies4
PhDCW-04Research Paper Presentations (Power point)4

Head of the Department         :      Dr. Munni Chaudhary Contact detail                         :      +919999088669

Email id.                                 :                                              [email protected]

1.     Faculty Position:

Sl. No.Name of the FacultyDesignationSubject Specialization/Thrust area of ResearchContact No. & Email- ID
  1Dr. Munni ChaudharyAssociate Professor & HODKatha Sahitya, Natak, Folk Literature, Dalit Literature, Comparative Literature 
  2  Dr. Anuj Kumar  Assistant Professor  Modern poetry, History of Hindi Literature, Contemporary Poetry+919402993007 +917903367410 [email protected] y.ac.in
3Dr. Brijesh KumarAssistant ProfessorKatha Sahitya, Western Literature 
  • Courses offered:
    • PG
    • PhD

3.  Intake Capacity/Vacancy:

  1. PG                                                :           20
    1. PhD                                              :           05

4.  PG Course Structure:

SemesterCourse No(Code).Title of The Course
    I  HIN-101, 102, 103, 104, 105101 हिन्दीसाहित्यकाइहििास -1 102 हिन्दीभाषाकाइहििास और हिहि 103 भारिीयसाहित्य हसद्ाांि-1 104 आधुहिककहििा 105 हिांदीिाटक
    II  HIN-201, 202, 203, 204, 205201 हिन्दीसाहित्यकाइहििास -2 202 भारिीयसाहित्य हसद्ाांि-1 203 प्रयोजिमूिकहिांदी 204 भाषा- हिज्ञाि 205 आहदकािीिकहििा
  IIIHIN-301, 302, 303, 304, 305301 हिन्दीसाहित्यकाइहििास -3 302 हिांदी गद्य : हिहिद्य हिधाएँ 303 अिुिाद-हिज्ञाि
  304 भक्तिकािीि-काव्य 305 हिांदी हिबांध
          IV        HIN-401, 402, 403, 404, 405401 िाश्चात्यसाहित्यािोचि एिां हिांदी आिोचिा 402 कथा-साहित्य 403 छायािादोत्तरकहििा 404 िोक – साहित्य 405 िैकक्तिकहिषय : (१). कबीर (२). प्रेमचांद (३) सूययकाांि हििाठी ‘हिरािा’ (४). रामधारीहसांि ‘हदिकर’

6. Pre-PhD Course Work Syllabus:

Course No/Code).Title of The CourseCredit
HIN(CW) – 501, 502 (Core Courses)शोध प्रबांध-  (Research Methodology) एिां शोध और  प्रकाशि िैहिकिा , सैद्ाांहिक भाग(Research Publication Ethic, & Theory Part) सांगोष्ठी एिां िि प्रस्तुहि- Seminar and Paper( Presentation) एिां शोध और  प्रकाशि िैहिकिा , व्यििाररकभाग (Research& Publication Ethics, Practical Part) 
HIN(CW)- 503,504,505,506,507,508,509 (Optional Courses)HIN(CW)- 503 समीक्षा- हसद्ाांि (Criticism) 
 HIN(CW)- 504 िोक
 साहित्य (Folk Literature)
 HIN(CW)- 505
 िुििात्मक अध्ययि
 (Comparative
 Literature) HIN(CW)- 506 प्रयोजिमूिक हिांदी एिां अिुिाद हिज्ञाि  (Functional Hindi and Translation Studies) HIN(CW)- 507 हिांदी भाषा और हिहि (Hindi Language & Literature) HIN(CW)- 508 हिांदी साहित्य का इहििास (History of Literature) HIN(CW)- 509 ~अध्ययि क्षेि (Area of Studies) 

Head of the Department         :          Dr. Pangersenla Walling

Email id.                                 :                                      [email protected]

1.  Faculty Position:

Sl. No.Name of the faculty  Qualification  DesignationSubject Specialization/Thrust area of ResearchContact No. & Email-ID
  1Dr. Pangersenla Walling  PhD (DU)Associate Professor & HODSyntax, Semantics, Structure of Tibeto Burman languages, Language Typology[email protected] nagalanduniversity .ac.in
  2Dr. Arenkala Ao  PhD (JNU)Assistant ProfessorSociolinguistics, Gender & Cultural studies, Morphology, Phonology[email protected] nagalanduniversity. ac.in
  3Dr Pinky Devi  PhD (AU)Guest FacultyPhonology Morphology, Lexicography, Field linguistics[email protected] gmail.com
  4Dr. Kikrokhol Kraho  PhD (HCU)Guest FacultySyntax, Morphology, Semantics, Historical Linguistics[email protected] om
  • Courses offered:
    • PG
    • PhD
    • PG Diploma (1 year)

3.  Intake Capacity/Vacancy:

: 40 : 04 : 25 : 04 : 01    

PG

  1. PhD
    1. PG Diploma (1 year)

4.  No. of Semesters:

  1. PG
    1. PhD (Course Work)

5.                      PG Course Structure:

SemesterCourse No./CodeTitle of the CourseCredit(s)
  First SemesterLING-101Introduction to Linguistics5
LING-102Phonetics & Phonology5
LING-103Morphology5
LING-104Syntax-I5
  Second SemesterLING-201Syntax-II5
LING-202Phonology5
LING-203Semantics and Pragmatics5
LING-204Psycholinguistics5
  Third SemesterLING-301Translation theory & Practice5
LING-302Historical Linguistics5
LING-303Language Typology5
LING-304Field methods & Dissertation-I5
  Fourth SemesterLING-401Sociolinguistics5
LING-402Language teaching5
LING-403Lexicography5
LING-404Field Methods & Dissertation-II5
Grand Total80

1600 marks

(A student can opt one of the optional papers given below in lieu of paper LING-301 Translation theory & Practice in 3rd semester and LING-403 Lexicography in 4rd semester)

  Semester IIILING-305Advanced syntax
LING-306Linguistic logic and structural semantics
LING-307Generative phonology
LING-308Language planning
    Semester LING-404LING-405Linguistic stylistics
LING-406Computational linguistics
LING-407Neurolinguistics
LING-408Lexicography
LING-409Language and education

7. Pre PhD-Course work structure:

Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
LingCW 1Research Methodology5
LingCW 2Approaches to Linguistics study5
Ling CW3Area Studies Linguistics5
LingCW 4Presentations5

Head of the Department (i/c) : Dean, School of Humanities & Education Contact detail         : +918416088292

E-mail id.                                 : [email protected] [email protected]

1.  Faculty position:

  Sl. No.Name of the faculty  Qualification  DesignationSubject Specialization /Thrust area of Research  Contact No. & Email-ID
    1  Sri. Arjun DasM.A(English), M.A(Journalism & Mass Communication), PG Dip in Public Relations & Advertising, NET  Assistant ProfessorPrint Journalism, Public Relations, Developmental Communication & Reporting+917086212962/ +919435180751 (whatsapp) [email protected] l.com
    2Dr. Shivajyoti Das Baruah  M.A (Mass Communication), NET, PhD  Assistant ProfessorNew Media, Electronic Media, Media Theories, PR and Advertising+919654320986 +917002158348 (whatsapp)/ [email protected] mail.com
  • Course Offered:
    • M.A

3.  Intake Capacity/Vacancy:

  1. PG                                                :           10

4.  No. of Semesters:

  1. PG                                                :           04
  • PG Course Structure:
Sem.  Course  Title of CourseHrs/ p. week  Credit  Exam hrs  Internal marksEnd Term Exam marks  Total
          IMCMA 101Introduction to Mass Communication and Journalism  5  5  3  30  70  100
MCMA 102Principles and Theories of Mass Communication5533070100
MCMA 103Reporting and Editing for Print Media5533070100
MCMA 104Media Laws and Ethics5533070100
MCMA 105Editorial Practice5433070100
 2524 
        IIMCMA 106Advertising & Public Relations5533070100
MCMA 107Development Communication5533070100
MCMA 108New Media & Technology5533070100
MCMA 109Communication Research Methods5533070100
MCMA 110Media Management5533070100
 2525 
        IIIMCMA 111Film Studies5533070100
MCMA 112Broadcast Journalism5533070100
MCMA 113Communication Research Project /Dissertation Work55 3070100
MCMA 114Basic Photography5333070100
MCMA 115Investigative Reporting (Open Choice Elective)5533070100
 2523 
    IVMCMA 116Media Literacy and Human Rights5533070100
MCMA 117Media in North East India5533070100
MCMA 118New Media Applications5533070100
 Elective I (Specialisation) Choose any one from below
MCMA 119Rural Journalism and Rural Communication5533070100
MCMA 120Online Journalism5533070100
MCMA 121Science Communication5533070100
Elective II (Specialisation) Choose any one from below
  MCMA 122Corporate Communication and Business Communication  5  5  3  30  70  100
MCMA 123Alternative Media5533070100
MCMA 124Documentary/Visual production5533070100
 2525 

Head of the Department (i/c) : Dean, School of Humanities & Education Contact detail        : +917085420486/ +919856648055

Email id.                                : [email protected]

1.  Faculty position:

Sl. No.Name of the FacultyQualificationDesignationSubject specializationContact No. & Email-ID
  1Dr. Lovika P. ShikhuM.A, M.Phil., PhDAssistant ProfessorClinical Psychology & Child and Adolescent Psychology[email protected] versity.ac.in +919856648055
  2Dr. Imlisongla Longkumer  M.A, PhDAssistant ProfessorClinical Psychology & Social Psychology[email protected] duniversity.ac.in +919402697023
  3Dr. Temsusenla JamirMA, M.Phil., PhDAssistant Professor (Guest faculty)  Clinical Psychology  +917005203979
  4Mr. Hovisuto Khieya  M.AAssistant Professor (Guest faculty)  Clinical Psychology  +919612828300
  • Courses Offered:
    • M.A
    • PhD

3.  Intake Capacity/Vacancy:

  1. PG                                               :           25
    1. PhD                                             :           05

4.  No. of Semesters:

  1. PG                                               :           04
    1. PhD Course Work                      :           01
  2. PG Course Structure:
Course No./CodeTitle of courseCredits
PSY-PG 101History and Foundations of Psychology4
PSY-PG 102Research Methodology-I4
PSY-PG 103Advanced Social Psychology4
PSY-PG 104Psychological Assessment4
PSY-PG 201Cognitive Psychology4
PSY-PG 202Psychology of Personality(CBCP|)4
PSY-PG 203Research methodology-II4
PSY-PG 204Practicum I4
PSY-PG 301Health Psychology4
PSY-PG 302 A Or PSY-PG 302 B Or PSY-PG 302 CClinical Psychology Developmental Psychology Organizational Behavior    4
PSY-PG 303 A Or PSY-PG 303 B Or PSY-PG 303 CPsychopathology Child and Adolescence Psychology Training and Development In Organizations    4
PSY-PG 304Practicum II4
PSY-PG 401Educational Psychology4
PSY-PG 402Positive Psychology (CBCP)4
PSY-PG 403 A Or PSY-PG 403 B Or PSY-PG 403 CPsychotherapy and Counselling Adulthood and Aging Human Resource Development    4
PSY-PG 404Project/Dissertation4
  • PhD Course Work Structure:
Course No/CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
PSY PhD-01Research Methodology-I: Foundations4
PSY PhD-01Research Methodology-II: Quantitative Research4
PSY PhD-01Research Methodology-III: Qualitative Research4
PSY PhD-01Special Study4

NOTE:

The fee structure for Sciences (having laboratory and practical) will be applicable for both MA and Ph.D. programs

Head of the Department     : Dr. Pradipta Kumar Pattnaik Contact detail                                            : +919466907166/+918570976460

Email id.                             : [email protected]

1.  Faculty position:

Sl. No.Name of the faculty  Qualification  DesignationSubject Specialization/ Thrust area of ResearchContact no. & Email ID
    1    Dr. P K PattnaikM.A Education, M.A (Economics) B.Ed. PhD (Education), UGC NET ,    Associate Professor & HODEducational Measurement & Evaluation Administration and Management Research Methodology and Statistics Pedagogy of Social Science[email protected] alanduniversity. ac.in   +919466907166 +918570976460
      2  Prof. Gyanendr a Nath TiwariM.Sc. (Chemistry) M.Ed., D.Phil. (Education) UGC-JRF    ProfessorResearch Methodology Learner and Learning Process Educational Guidance and Counseling Educational Administration and Management Pedagogy of Science  [email protected] alanduniversity. ac.in   +919871070488
        3    Dr. M. Rajendra Nath BabuM.Sc.(Mathemati cs), M.Sc.(Psy), M.A(Eng), M.A(Soc), M.Ed, M.Phil., PGDCA, PhD(Education), UGC-NET with JRF & SRF    Assistant Professor (Senior Scale)Methods of Teaching Mathematics and English. ICT in Education. Research Methodology. Educational Statistics & SPSS. Education Technology. Measurement and Evaluation. Teacher Education. Special Education. Environmental Education  mrajendranathba [email protected] iversity.ac.in   +919402207563 +919440858111
    4  Dr. Surendra YadavM.Sc. (Math), M.Ed, PhD (Education) UGC-NET with JRF  Assistant ProfessorMethods of Teaching Mathematics. Teacher Education. Measurement and Evaluation. Research Methodology. Educational Statisticssurendrayadav @nagalanduniv ersity.ac.in   +918794859140
  5Dr. T. Yolila SangtamM.A(English), M.A (Education),Assistant ProfessorMethods of Teaching Social Science & English. Educational Admninistration[email protected] duniversity.ac.in
  M.Ed, PhD (Education), NCERT Doctoral Fellowship, UGC-NET, K-SET, COPA & Management and Educational Leadership. Teacher Education. Research Methodology. Inclusive Education. ICT in Education.+918119017316
          6        Dr. RashmiM.A (Philosophy) M.Ed. (Education) M.Sc. (Botany) PDF (Education), PhD (Education), NET-JRF (Education)        Assistant Professor    Philosophical Perspectives of Education. Psychological Perspectives of Education. Pedagogy of Science.    [email protected] nduniversity.ac.i n   +917628849474
        7      Dr. Neha Rawat  M.A (English), MCA, M.Ed, PhD (Education) UGC-NET, DOAECC’s A level, PGDBA in HRM,      Assistant ProfessorMethodology of teaching of English. Methodology of teaching of Science. Educational Psychology. Educational technology. Communication skills and creative writing. ICT in Education. Teacher Education.    [email protected] university.ac.in   +919950604333
        8    Dr. Prasenjit PalM.Sc. (Economics) M.Ed, M.A (Education), PhD (Education), NET (Education)      Assistant ProfessorEducation and Social Science. Educational Management Planning Finance. Educational Technology. Vocational Guidance Counseling. Educational research. Elementary Education. Economics of Education.  [email protected] anduniversity.ac .in   +919474160927 +918145821879
  • Course Offered:
    • M.Ed.
    • PhD

3.  Intake Capacity/Vacancy:

i. M.Ed.                                          :           40

ii. PhD                                             :           05

4.  No. of Semesters:

i. M.Ed.                                          :           04

ii. PhD (Course Work)                   :           1st sem./2nd sem.

5.  M.Ed. Course Structure:

Semester- I

Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
M.Ed.CC:101Psychology of Learning and Development4
M.Ed.CC:102Philosophical Perspectives of Education4
M.Ed.CC:103Curriculum Studies4
M.Ed.CC:104Teacher Education in India4
M.Ed.CC:105Communication Skills and Expository Writing2
M.Ed.CC:106Yoga Education and Personality Development2
Total20

Semester- II

Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
M.Ed.CC:201Introduction to Research Methods and Statistics in Education4
M.Ed.CC:202Sociological Foundations of Education4
M.Ed.CC:203Pre-service & In-service Teacher Education4
M.Ed.CC:204Academic Writing2
M.Ed.CC:205Internship in DIETs/CTEs for Four weeks (with report)4
M.Ed.CC:206Dissertation2
Total20

Semester- III

Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
M.Ed.CC:301Advanced Research Methods and Statistics in Education4
M.Ed.CC:302Educational Management and Leadership4
M.Ed.CC:303ICT in Education4
M.Ed.CC:304Economics of Education2
M.Ed.CC:305Internship related to specialization (Field Attachment)4
M.Ed.CC:306Dissertation2
Total20

Semester –IV

Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
M.Ed.CC:401Guidance and Counselling4
M.Ed.CC:402Life Skills Education4
Select one Pedagogy Paper4
M.Ed.CC:403Pedagogy of Language Education 
M.Ed.CC:404Pedagogy of Mathematics Education 
M.Ed.CC:405Pedagogy of Science Education 
M.Ed.CC:406Pedagogy of Social Science Education 
Select one Elective Paper4
M.Ed.CC:407Inclusive Education 
M.Ed.CC:408Value Education 
M.Ed.CC:409Environmental Education 
M.Ed.CC:410Higher Education 
M.Ed.CC:411Early Childhood Education 
M.Ed.CC:412Health and Physical Education 
M.Ed.CC:413Dissertation4
Total20
  • Pre-PhD Course Work Structure:
Course No./ CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
Ph.D.TE :101Advanced Research Methods in Education5
Ph.D.TE :102Advanced Statistics in Education5
Ph.D.TE :103Recent Trends and Approaches in Education5
Ph.D.TE :104Research and Publication Ethics & Presentations: (Research Proposal/Seminar Papers)5
Total20

Head of the Department         :                                                Dr. Petekhrienuo Sorhie Contact detail     :                                     +919402988518

Email id.                                 :           hodtenyidie @ nagalanduniversity.ac.in

1.  Faculty Position:

  Sl. No.  Name of the Faculty  Qualification  DesignationSubject Specialization/ Thrust Area of Research  Contact no. & Email ID
  1Dr. Mimi Kevichüsa EzungPhD (Linguistics) UGC-JRFAssociate ProfessorSyntactic Typology of the Naga Languages+919402988518 [email protected] nagalanduniversity.ac.in
  2Dr. Petekhrienuo SorhiePhD (English Literature)Associate Professor & HOD  Gender Studies+919402489676 [email protected]
  3Dr. Metuo LiezietsuM.A (Tenyidie)Assistant ProfessorTenyimia Literature & Culture+919436010117 [email protected] ity.ac.in
  4Dr. Kethokhrienuo BelhoM.A (Linguistics) NET, B.ED.Assistant ProfessorLanguage Typology+919862334357 [email protected] gmail.com
    5    Dr. Khrüvolü  PhD (Tenyidie)  Assistant ProfessorTenyidie Literature (Poetry, Fiction, Narrative Folk Poetry), Translation  +918787543588 [email protected] gmail.com
  • Courses Offered:
    • PG
    • PhD

ii. Three Months Tenyidie Diploma course for International Students

  1. One month Crash Course in Spoken Tenyidie
  2. One Year Diploma Course in Tenyidie
  3. Six Months Certificate Course in Tenyidie

3.  Intake capacity/Vacancy:

  1. PG                                                                                                           50
    1. PhD                                                                                                          10
    1. Three Months Tenyidie Diploma Course for International Students      05
    1. One month Crash Course in Spoken Tenyidie                                        15
    1. One Year Diploma Course in Tenyidie                                                   15
    1. Six Months Certificate Course in Tenyidie                                             15
  • No. of Semesters:
    • PG                                                                                                            04
    • PhD (Course Work)                                                                                 01
    • 3 months Tenyidie Diploma Course for International Students           : 3 months
    • 1 month Crash Course in Spoken Tenyidie                                          : 1 month
    • 1 year Diploma Course in Tenyidie                                                     : 12 months
    • 6 months Certificate Course in Tenyidie                                              : 1 Semester

5.  PG Course Structure:

Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
Course No: TEN – 101Part-A: History of Tenyidie Literature Part-B : Topical Essays on Tenyidie Literary Development4
Course No : TEN -102Translation Works & Translation Practice4
Course No : TEN -103English Fiction (Prose)4
Course No : TEN -104Part -A : Introduction to Language Part- B : Branches of Linguistics4
Course No : TEN-201Tenyimia Culture and Folklore4
Course No : TEN-202Tenyimia Invocational & Lyrical Poetry4
Course No : TEN-203English Drama4
    CBCP*TEN-204           : Phonetics and PhonologyMAEDU -208 : Value Education and Human RightsENG-02.04       : i) Indian Literature in English ii) Women’s Writing PSY-PG 202     : Psychology and PersonalityLING -204        : Psycholinguistics      4
Course No : TEN-301Tenyimia Modern Poetry4
Course No : TEN-302English Poetry of Various Literary Ages4
Course No : TEN-303Morphology and Syntax4
Course No : TEN-304Dissertation : Fieldwork4
Course No : TEN-401Dissertation : Submission4
Course No : TEN-402Tenyimia Fiction4
Course No : TEN-403English Literary Theory and Criticism4
    CBCP*TEN-404            : SemanticsMAEDU – 413 : Special EducationENG-04:03       : American Literature IIPSG-PG403       : Community PsychologyLING – 404       : Language Teaching    4
  • Pre-PhD Course Work Structure:
Course No./CodeTitle of the CourseCredits
Paper – IResearch Methodology4
  Paper – IIApproaches to Literature (Literary & Critical Theory) OR Approaches to Linguistic Study  4
Paper – IIIArea Studies in Literature/Linguistics/Cultural Studies4
 Objectives and Scope 
 Suggested Areas of Study 
 a) Literature 
 b) Linguistics/Linguistic Studies 
Unit – IEcological Concepts : Theory and Praxis 
Unit – IIEcofeminism 
Unit – IIIShürhozelie : Novelist and Humanist/Traditionalist 
Unit – IVThe Ecological Concerns in Shürhozelie’s Fiction Work 
Unit – VShürhozelie as Socio-Cultural Reformist 
Paper – IVPresentation (2 Power point Paper presentations with 2 written research Papers)4

7.     Course Structure: Three Months Tenyidie Diploma courses for international students

  1. Duration of Course: 3 months

b)   Intake capacity: 5 (Five)

Course No./CodeTitle of Course
            Part -I1. Introduction to Tenyidie (including Nagaland and the People): 3 days
2.Tenyidie Phonology (segmental & suprasegmental &Practice): 1 week
3.Tenyidie Morphology (Word structure-Vocabulary): 1 week
4.Sentence Structure – based on Questions & Answers: 1 week
5.Compound Sentence based on Questions & Answers: 1 week
6. Complex Sentence based on Questions & Answers: 1 week
7.Various Types of Phrases/Clauses and their Formation Rules: 3 days
8.Basic Word Order of Tenyidie: 2 days
9.Simple Grammer (Various types of Sentence Structure):1 week
10.Language Skill Development Practices(Speaking/Reading/Writing:1 week
11.Comprehension & Proficiency Practices: 1week
12.Field work – greeting/reception/discourse/reporting etc: 1week
13.Outline information to tenyidie and Tenymia culture: 1week
Part –IIField Work may cover different situational context.
The Scholar will write a report on the study as a component of the course.
  • Course Structure: One month Crash Course in Spoken Tenyidie

a)   Duration of Course: 1 month

  • Intake capacity: 15 (Fifteen)
Course No. /CodeTitle of Course
  Part -IThe Speech Sounds of Tenyidie Greetings & Introductions in TenyidiePronunciation
            Part II:The Sentence Structure in Tenyidie ( Questions & Answers) Vocabulary (Compiled bilingual list with phonetic transcription will be given to the students)Travelling & AccommodationDirectionsHealthWeatherNumbers & TimeDays of the week & Months, SeasonsShoppingClothesEmotionsHobbiesReading & Practice Drills

9.  Course Structure: One Year Diploma Course in Tenyidie

  1. Duration of Course: 1 year

b)   Intake capacity: 15 (Fifteen)

Course No./ CodeTitle of Course
 U Tsiepfumia Dze (Tenyimia History) 
Kephrüca 11. Tenyimia Kelhou Dze                        Neichüriazo(Thuo-30)
(Paper 1)2. Tenyimia Kelhou Dze                        Kiezotuo(Thuo-30)
 3. U Tsiepfumia Mhasi Bodeko              V.K. Nuh(Thuo-40)
Kephrüca 2 (Paper 2)Dieliekevi Dze (The Gospel) Kijü Kevira Kevo Rüve                     Tsolie ChaseJohan Dieliekevi                                Bible International  (Thuo-50) (Thuo-50)
Kephrüca 3 (Paper 3)Tenyimia Diemvü Dze (Tenyimia Literature) Tenyimia Diemvü Dze                       BeilieüU Niedimia Dze                                Shürhozelie  (Thuo-50) (Thuo-50)
Kephrüca 4 (Paper 4)Noudo Dze (Fiction) Telhe Mote                                       ShürhozelieNyiepou Rhau                                   D.Kuolie  (Thuo-50) (Thuo-50)
 Rüsie (Drama) 
Kephrüca 51. Mehouviü-Morüsa                             Shürhozelie(Thuo-30)
(Paper 5)2. Thenudiü                                          Vilhouzhalie(Thuo-40)
 3. Kelhou Rütso                                   Kethoselie Zhale(Thuo-30)
Kephrüca 6: (Paper 6)Geizo (Poetry) Keriekimia Geizo (Thuo-50)        B. Tsiedo Geizo (Thuo-50) (Classical Poetry)     (Modern Poetry)
 Vakhrierü                             1. Kedichienu Shi (Kronicho Naki)Metsü Kezei                          2. U Theguo Phe (Mhiesisevi Terhüja)Phoutheguo-o                       3. Merü Seidu (Razoulhouü Vizol)Sorü                                     4. Chiebie (-do-)Vise-nuo Geizo                     5. Themia Kelhou (Guoviu)Tenyimia (Dino)                   6. U Phiyha Kerieu (-do-)We Lu Chaso                        7. Theja Mo Rüse Lie Nyü Ga? (Medo)Lievipfümia                          8. Kevira (-do-)Tsei Nu Tsu Le                     9. Kekhrie Thau (-do-)Thenuretsonuo                    10. Kelhou Sede (-do-)Sietsenu Thau (D.Kuolie)Naga Za Thau (-do-)Teikhrie Niakratsa Teikhrie (-do-)Kepele Mu Mhatho (-do-)Teiso Kevi Menguya (-do-)
 Diezho mu Thedze Kezo (Grammar and Story Writing)
 A. Diezho (Grammar)
 1. Diekhu mu Dierozou                                  Shürhozelie                                                                    (Thuo-20)
Kephrüca 7:2. Diechie                                                        (-do-)                                                                       (Thuo-10)
(Paper 7)3. Tenyidie Dze                                                (-do-)                                                                       (Thuo-10)
 B. Thedze Kezo (Story Writing)
 1. Le Kezhü Dze Thukecü (Essay Writing)     Shürhozelie                                                                    (Thuo-20)
 2. Mhacha Dzethu (Application)                       (-do-)                                                                       (Thuo-15)
 3. Dzesi (Letter)                                               (-do-)                                                                       (Thuo-15)
  1. Course Structure: Six Months Certificate Course in Tenyidie

a)   Duration of Course: 6 months

  • Intake capacity: 15 (Fifteen)
Course No./CodeTitle of the Course
Kephrüca 1 (Paper 1)U Tsiefumia Dzeweko (Tenyimia History) Tenyimia Dzeyie                                      (Thuo-50)U Tsiepfumia Rüve                                  (Thuo-50)
Kephrüca 2 (Paper 2)Thedze Kedzü (Short Stories) Noumvüzou                                            (Thuo-50)Kijü Lha Thenie                                      (Thuo-50)
  Kephrüca 3 (Paper 3)Kethomhasi Dze (Science) Keshürho Mhasi                                      (Thuo-40)U Kinyi                                                   (Thuo-30)Kepruorou Dze                                        (Thuo-30)
Kephrüca 4 (Paper 4)Noudo Dze (Fiction) A Puo Kekhrie                                         (Thuo-50)Kerheingunuo                                          (Thuo-50)
  Kephrüca 5 (Paper 5)Rüsie (Drama) Jakob mu Puo Nuonuoko                         (Thuo-50)Daniel Mhie Thepfulie                             (Thuo-25)Nehemiah                                               (Thuo-25)Ruokuothopfü                                         (Thuo-25)
            Kephrüca 6: (Paper 6)Geizo (Poetry) B. Keriekimia Geizo (Thuo-30) (Classical Poetry) Nie Pie PenuoThenu Nie WeA KesuoüAvu Nei HuMerielhouThesuohie  B. Tsiedo Geizo                              (Thuo-70) (Modern Poetry) Ruokuotho (Neisetuolie Pfukha)U Krü Die Aeya Zolieluo (Z. Chotso)A Mhi Pei Kengu       (V. Sachü)Le Rünoumolie              (-do-)Tsiamenyie Kevi (Keviu Kire)Nie Zuonuo Kekhrie      (-do-)Mechü Dzevi La        (Medo)Rütsonyie Ketho-u       (-do-)Rheichie Khrüprei        (-do-)U Tsunuoko Rüli          (-do-)Leshükephrüyo (D.Kuolie)Teirü                           (-do-)Tenyimia Sede             (-do-)Tenyimia Vierhie         (-do-)
 Diezho mu Pededze (Grammar) 
Kephrüca 7:A. DiezhoB. Pedeze
(Paper 7):1. Diekhu mu Dierozou (Thuo-20)1. A Tenyidie Khrieya Me? (Thuo-35)
 2. Diesouko (Thuo-10)2. Ara Kezivi (Thuo-35)

Head of the Department i/c    : Dean, School of Humanities & Education Contact detail         : +918416088292/+918730018035

Email ID                                 : [email protected]

1.  Faculty Position:

Sl. NoName of the Faculty  Qualification  DesignationSubject Specialization/ Thrust area of ResearchContact no. & Email ID
  1Dr. Imlienla Imchen  PhDAssistant ProfessorPhonetic, Phonology, Morphology & ELT+918730018035 [email protected] duniversity.ac.in
  2Dr. L. Bijenkumar Singh  PhDAssistant ProfessorPhonetics, Phonology, Morphology and Field Linguistic+917005305717 [email protected] nduniversity.ac.in
  3Ms. Yanbeni Yanthan  M.Phil.Assistant ProfessorCultural Studies, Folkloristic, Women’s Studies, Literary Theory+918794523438 [email protected] duniversity.ac.in
  • Courses Offered:
    • Post Graduate Diploma in Naga Language & Cultural Studies (PGDNLCS)
    • Post Graduate Diploma in Folkloristics (PGDF)
    • PhD

3.  Intake Capacity/Vacancy:

i. PGDNLCS                                    :30
ii. PGDF                                            :30
iii. PhD                                               :No Vacancy
No. of Semesters:PGDNLCS                                    :  02
ii. PGDF                                            :02
  • Pre-Ph.D. Course Work Structure:
Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
CWPHD-101Research Methodology4
CWPHD-102Language & Linguistics Studies or Studies on Folk Cultural Studies4
CWPHD-103Area Studies in Language and Linguistics/ culture and Folk4
CWPHD-104Research Papers4

6.  Post Graduate Diploma (PGD):

  1. Post Graduate Diploma in Naga Languages and Cultural Studies 1st Semester
Course No/CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
DNLCS-101Introduction to Language and Linguistics4
DNLCS-102Phonetics & Phonology4
DNLCS-103Introduction to Folkloristic4
DNLCS-104Theoretical Approaches to the Study of Folklore4

2nd Semester

Course No/CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
DNLCS-201Morphology and Syntex4
DNLCS-202Lexicography & Sociolinguistic4
DNLCS-203Culture and Community4
DNLCS-204Dissertation4
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Folkloristic 1st Semester
Course No/CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
PGDF-101Introduction to Folkloristic4
PGDF-102Theories of Folklore-I4
PGDF-103Translation Theories and Practice4
PGDF-104Semiotic Approaches4

2nd Semester

Course No/CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
PGDF-201Genres of Folklore4
PGDF-202Theories of Folklore-II4
PGDF-203Research Methodology4
PGDF-204Project/Dissertation4

SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES

Dean    In-charge : Prof. N. Venuh Contact detail             : +919436000372

Email id.                     : [email protected]

Department of Management                      Kohima Campus, Meriema

Head of the Department              :                                                     Dr. Manoj E. Prabhakar Contact detail          :                                          +919436275461

Email ID                                       :                                                     [email protected]/

1.  Faculty Position:

  Sl. No.  Name of the faculty  Qualification  DesignationSubject Specialisation/ Thrust area of ResearchContact no. & Email ID
  1Dr. Manoj E. PrabhakarMBA, M.Phil., PhDAssociate Professor and HOD  Marketing/ Retailing+919436275461/ [email protected] university.ac.in
  2Dr. Ditalak MpanmeMBA, LLB, PhDAssistant Professor (Stage II)  HR/ Entrepreneurship+919402830063/ [email protected] niversity.ac.in
  3Dr. Dhrubajyoti BordoloiBE, MBA, PhDAssistant Professor (Stage II)Finance/ Banking/ Quantitative Techniques+919436896150/ [email protected] duniversity.ac.in
  • Courses Offered:
    • PG                                                :           Master of Business Administration (MBA)
    • PhD                                              :           PhD in Management

3.  Intake Capacity/Vacancy:

  1. PG                                                :           30
    1. PhD                                              :           02

4.  No. of Semesters:

  1. PG                                                :           04
    1. PhD (Course Work)                    :           01
  2. PG Course Structure:
Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
MGT-101Management Principles and Behavioural Science3
MGT-102Business Environment and Indian Economy3
MGT-103Managerial Economics3
MGT-104Accounting for Managers3
MGT-105Quantitative Techniques for Management3
MGT-106Managerial Skill Development3
MGT-107Computer Applications and MIS3
MGT-108Comprehensive Viva – voce3
MGT-201Business Legislation3
MGT-202Principles and Practices of Banking3
MGT-203Production and Operations Management3
MGT-204Financial Management3
MGT-205Marketing Management3
MGT-206Human Resource Management3
MGT-207Research Methodology in Management3
MGT-208Comprehensive Viva – voce3
MGT-301Business Ethics& Corporate Governance3
MGT-302Strategic Management3
MGT-303Summer Internship3
MGT-304Dissertation – I3
MGT-305Comprehensive Viva – voce3
MGT-401Entrepreneurship Development3
MGT-402International Business3
MGT-403Dissertation – II3
MGT-404Comprehensive Viva (100)3
MGT-111International Financial Management3
MGT-112Financial Services & Working Capital Management3
MGT-113Security Analysis & Portfolio Management3
MGT-114Behavioural Finance3
MGT-121Advertising and Sales Management3
MGT-122Internet Marketing3
MGT-123Retail Management3
MGT-124Marketing of Services3
MGT-131Labour Law and Industrial Relation3
MGT-132Human Resource Development3
MGT-133Cross Cultural Human Resource Management3
MGT-134Organisational Change and Intervention3

6.  Pre-PhD Course Work Structure:

Course No./CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
MPHD-101Business Research Methods4
MPHD-102Management Thoughts and Thinkers4
MPHD-103Research and Publication Ethics and Academic Writings4
MPHD-104Research Proposal Preparation4

Head of the Department         :           Dean, School of Social Sciences

& Dean-In charge, Law Department

:           Dr. Sentikumla, Teacher-in-charge

Contact detail                         :           +918414846612

Email ID                                 :                                                [email protected]

1.    Faculty Position:

Sl. NoName of the facultyQualificationDesignationSubject Specialisation/ Thrust area of ResearchContact no. & Email ID
  1  Dr. Sentikumla  PhD, UGC-NET  Asst. Prof.Constitutional and Corporate Law, Customary Law+918414846612 [email protected] nduniversity.ac.in
    2  Dr. Rumi Dhar    PhD    Asst. Prof.  Constitutional and Administrative Law  +919435173521 [email protected] duniversity.ac.in
    3Dr. Kuldeep Singh Panwar  PhD UGC-NET    Asst. Prof.Mercantile Law, Business Law, Commercial Law, Tort, Family Law, Research Methodology and Medical Jurisprudence.  +919414135915 [email protected] alanduniversity.ac.i n
  • Courses Offered:
    • LL.M
    • PhD

3.    Intake Capacity/Vacancy:

  1. LL.M                                           :           17
    1. PhD                                              :

4.    No. of Semesters:

  1. LL.M                                           :           04
Course No./ Code Title of Course Credit(s) LLM- 0101 Indian Constitutional Law (Compulsory paper) 6 LLM- 0102 General Principles of Contract 6 LLM- 0103 Specific Contracts 6 LLM- 0104 Insurance Law 6    

LL.M Course Structure: SEMESTER -I

SEMESTER-II

Course No./ CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
LLM- 0201Legal Education and Research Methodology (Compulsory paper)6
LLM- 0202Constitutionalism and Constitutional Development in India and England6
LLM- 0203Comparative and Cooperative Federalism6
LLM- 0204Civil and Political Rights – Comparative Study of Select Constitutions6

SEMESTER-III

Course No./ CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
LLM- 0301Law and Social Transformation in India (Compulsory paper)6
LLM- 0302Development of Law of Torts and Tort Actions Generally6
LLM- 0303Specific Torts I6
LLM- 0304Specific Torts II6

SEMESTER-IV

Course No./ CodeTitle of CourseCredit(s)
LLM- 0401Judicial Process (Compulsory paper)6
LLM- 0402Dissertation18

Each Paper is of 6 credits= 4 lectures+ 2 presentations + Tutorial if necessary

Academic Calendar for P.G Course 2022-23 (Lumami & Kohima)

Submission of Online Application Form1st July to 21st July 2022
Screening of Application/Test/Interview and Admission22nd July 2021 to 4th Aug. 2022
Commencement of Classes10th Aug. 2022
Completion of Exams for Odd Semesters20th Dec. 2022
Winter Vacation21st Dec 2022 to 9th Feb.2023
Reopening of depts. & Commencement of Classes for Even Semester10th Feb. 2023
Completion of Exams for Even Semesters20th June 2023
Semester Break21st June to 15th July 2023
Commencement of Next Academic Session17th July 2023 (16th July, 2023 being Sunday)

FEE STRUCTURE FOR M.A/M.SC./M.COM. PROGRAMMES

Sl. No.Particulars1st SemesterSubsequent
1Admission fee820
2Registration fee440
3Tuition fee11601160
4Laboratory fee (as applicable) *11601160
5Library fee360360
6Library Caution Money (Refundable)550
7Sport fee7070
8Medical fee130130
  9Examination fee Courses with practical*Courses without practical  930 700  930 700
10Students’ activity fee180180
11Annual magazine fee7070
12Students’ aid fund240240
  13Department Caution Money (Refundable) Courses with practical*Courses without practical    930 590    – –
14University Development Fund110
TOTAL7150*/54204300*/2910
FOR HOSTELLERS
15Hostel admission220
16Hostel fee27502750
17Hostel Caution Money (Refundable)1740
TOTAL47082750
OTHERS
1Identity Card/Duplicate ID Card110 per card
2Repeat of Exams330 per paper
3Late fine – Beyond 7 days of starting the course (For 2nd Semester and subsequent semesters)110 per day

*Students in Sciences etc. having Lab and Practical

FEE STRUCTURE FOR LL.M PROGRAMME

Sl. No.Particulars1st Sem.Sub. Sem.
1Admission fee2200
2Registration fee440
3Tuition fee77007700
4Library fee360360
5Library Caution Money (Refundable)550
6Sport fee7070
7Medical fee130130
8Examination fee930930
9Students’ activity fee220220
10Annual Magazine Fee7070
11Students’ aid fund240240
12Department Caution Money (Refundable)930
13University Development Fund110
TOTAL139509720
FOR HOSTELLERS
15Hostel admission220
16Hostel fee27502750
17Hostel Caution Money (Refundable)1740
TOTAL47102750
OTHERS
1Identity Card/Duplicate ID Card110 per card
2Repeat of Exams330 per paper
3Late fine – Beyond 7 days of starting the course (For 2nd Semester and subsequent semesters)110 per day

FEE STRUCTURE FOR M. Phil. & PhD PROGRAMMES

Sl. No.ParticularsM.Phil. (continuing scholars)Ph.D.
1st Sem.Sub. Sem.1st Sem.Sub. Sem.
1Admission fee11601160
2Registration fee440440
3Tuition fee2080208029002900
4Laboratory fee (as applicable) *1740174023102310
5Library fee410410410410
6Library Caution Money (Refundable)13901390
7Sport fee70707070
8Medical fee130130130130
9Examination fee20802080
10Coursework fee11601160
11Dissertation/Thesis Evaluation fee220013200
12Students’ aid fund240240240240
13Department Caution Money (Refundable)11601740
14University Development Fund110110
TOTAL14370*/126304670*/293027340*/250306060*/3750
FOR HOSTELLERS 
15Hostel admission220220
16Hostel fee3300330033003300
17Hostel Caution Money (Refundable)17401740
TOTAL5260330052603300
OTHERS
1Identity Card/Duplicate ID Card110 per card
2Late fine – Beyond 7 days of starting the course (For 2nd Semester and subsequent semesters)110 per day

*Research Scholars in Sciences etc. having Lab and Practical

FEE STRUCTURE FOR MBA PROGRAMME

Sl. No.Particulars1st Sem.Sub. Sem.
1Admission fee2200
2Registration fee440
3Tuition fee77007700
4Library fee360360
5Library Caution Money (Refundable)550
6Sport fee7070
7Medical fee130130
8Examination fee930930
9Students’ activity fee220220
10Management Bulletin/Journal/Magazine fee130130
11Students’ aid fund240
12Department Caution Money (Refundable)590
13Computer Lab. & Internet fee130130
14Caution Deposit- Computer lab (Refundable)550
15Industrial Interface and Management Fest550550
16Placement Information and Brochure fee1650
17University Development Fund110
TOTAL1655010220
FOR HOSTELLERS
15Hostel admission220
16Hostel fee27502750
17Hostel Caution Money (Refundable)1740
TOTAL47102750
OTHERS
1Identity Card/Duplicate ID Card110 per card
2Repeat of Exams330 per paper
3Late fine – Beyond 7 days of starting the course (For 2nd Semester and subsequent semesters)110 per day

FEE STRUCTURE FOR M.ED. PROGRAMME

Sl. No.Particulars1st SemesterSubsequent
1Admission fee820
2Registration fee440
3Tuition fee11601160
4Practical Fee [(EPC (per semester), Internship (per internship), Dissertation (one time)]22002200
5Library fee360360
6Library Caution Money (Refundable)550
7Sport fee7070
8Medical fee130130
9Examination fee11001100
10Students’ activity fee180180
11Annual magazine fee7070
12Students’ aid fund240240
13Department Caution Money (Refundable)590
14University Development Fund110
TOTAL80205510
FOR HOSTELLERS
15Hostel admission220
16Hostel fee27502750
17Hostel Caution Money (Refundable)1740
TOTAL47102750
OTHERS
1Identity Card/Duplicate ID Card110 per card
2Repeat of Exams330 per paper
3Late fine – Beyond 7 days of starting the course (For 2nd Semester and subsequent semesters)110 per day

FEES PAYABLE FOR B.ED. & M.ED. PROGRAMMES BY AFFILIATED COLLEGES

Sl. No.ParticularAmount (in Rs.)
1st SemesterB.Ed.M.Ed.
1Enrolment fee280280
2Registration fee440440
3Admit card fee110110
4End Semester Exam fee9901100
  5Practical: EPC (per semester) Internship (per internship) Dissertation (one time)  550 1100 —-  — 1100 1100
6Mark sheet fee220220
7University Development (only for NU Dept.)11001100
Subsequent Semester
1Enrolment fee280280
2Admit card fee110110
3End Semester Exam fee9901100
  4Practical: EPC (per semester) Internship (per internship)550 1100— 1100
5Mark sheet fee220220
6University Development (only for NU Dept.)11001100
Others
1Provisional Certificate fee220220
  2Pass Certificate fee 200/- for in person NU Dept. 300/- for absentia/dept/college  330  330
3Re-evaluation880880
4Improvement/Repeat exam fee280/paper280/paper
5Transfer of college fee550550
6Migration fee330330
7Duplicate Admit/Marksheet certificate fee440/document440/document
8Late fine fee within 5 days from the last date of submission550550
9Verification/Marks Transcript fee170/year170/year

FEE STRUCTURE FOR PG DIPLOMA IN CNTLS AND HINDI DEPT.

Sl. No.Particulars1st SemesterSubsequent
1Admission fee820
2Registration fee440
3Tuition fee11601160
4Laboratory fee (as applicable) *11601160
5Library fee360360
6Library Caution Money (Refundable)550
7Sport fee7070
8Medical fee130130
  9Examination fee Courses with practical*Courses without practical  930 700  930 700
10Students’ activity fee180180
11Annual magazine fee7070
12Students’ aid fund240240
  13Department Caution Money (Refundable) Courses with practical*Courses without practical    930 590    – –
14University Development Fund110
TOTAL7150*/54204300*/2910
FOR HOSTELLERS
15Hostel admission220
16Hostel fee27502750
17Hostel Caution Money (Refundable)1740
TOTAL47082750
OTHERS
1Identity Card/Duplicate ID Card110 per card
2Repeat of Exams330 per paper
3Late fine – Beyond 7 days of starting the course (For 2nd Semester and subsequent semesters)110 per day

FEE STRUCTURE FOR CERTIFICATE COURSES

  1. Fee Structure for Certificate/ Post-Graduate Certificate Courses in Spoken English/ Spoken English and Writing Skills:
Sl. No.FeeAmt. (Rs.)
1Admission fee- (one-time)330
2Registration fee170
3Tuition Fee1980
4Examination Fee880
5Language Laboratory fee (per semester)330
6Library fee (Annual)330
7Sports fee (Annual)60
8Medical fee (Annual)60
9Magazine fee (Annual)60
10Students Activity (Annual)170
11Students Aid Fund (Annual)110
12Language Laboratory Caution Money (Refundable)660
13Library Caution Money (Refundable)550
14Identity Card60
15Fee Book30
16Bus Fare – As applicable to other students

2.     Fee Structure for Diploma/Certificate Courses under Tenyidie Dept.

  1. One Year Diploma Course in Tenyidie:

Same as Fees chargeable for Courses under English Dept. (Sl. No. 1)

ii.    Six months Certificate course in Tenyidie:

Same as Fees chargeable for Courses under English Dept. (Sl. No. 1)

iii.    Three months Diploma course in Tenyidie for International students:

Sl. No.ParticularsAmt. (Rs.)
13 months (90 hours) @ Rs. 275/- per hour (payable in 2 installments)24750.00
2Bus fare (as applicable to others) 
  1. One month Crash Course in Spoken Tenyidie:
Sl. No.ParticularsAmt. (Rs.)
1Down payment for 1 month (30 hours) @ Rs. 275/- per hour8250.00
2Bus fare (as applicable to others) 

TRANSPORTATION FEE

(those availing University transportation facility)

Sl. No.Transportation Charge Per semesterAmt. (Rs)
1Lumami Day Scholars990
2Lumami Hostellers660
3Kohima770

Refund of Fees on Withdrawal of Admission: Student who desires to withdraw his/her name from the roll of the University and claim any refund of the fees shall be dealt with as per the University/ UGC/MHRD/AICTE/ICAR/NCTE Guidelines.

Hostel Fee does not include Mess Fee.

Fee Exemption:

All regular employees of Nagaland University pursuing M. Phil / PhD degrees will be exempted from the payment of all fees, other than the fees of admission/ Registration/ Exam/ Dissertation or Thesis Evaluation.

STUDENTS’ AMENITIES

Hostel Accommodation

Hostel accommodation is available on limited basis for both men and women. Application must be routed through the respective Head of Department and submit the same to the Dean Students’ Welfare/Students Welfare in-charge to the respective campus. Allotment of seats shall be on merit.

Library

The University Library, besides the libraries maintained in some P.G. Departments, contains about 35,318 volumes of books in different disciplines. It also subscribes 139 periodicals in English (both national & international).

Sports

The University gives due emphasis on sports and other extra-curricular activities. There is a well-developed sports section headed by Deputy Director of Sports with other infrastructural supports for various activities, connected with games and sports. The University sports wing participates in intra-state and inter-state sports and games events.

Health Care

The University has Health Centers which provide health-care facilities for all the students of the University communities in their respective campuses.

Internet facility

All the departments, library and hostels are well connected with internet.

Gymnasium

Lumami has a separate gymnasium for both men and women.

Auditorium

Lumami has a 900 seating capacity Auditorium.

Transport

University plies buses from/to Mokokchung and Akuluto from/to HQ Lumami. Bus facility is also available from Kohima to Meriema.

Cell to Eliminate Sexual Harassment: Nagaland University is committed to create and maintain a community in which students, teachers and non-teaching staff can work together in an environment free of violence, harassment, exploitation, intimidation and stress. This includes all forms of gender violence, sexual harassment and discrimination on the basis of sex/gender or amongst the same sex members. The University is strongly in support of gender and opposes any form of gender discrimination and violence. The Cell is headed by Professor B. Kilangla Jamir as the Convener with sub-committee members from each Campus.

Equal Opportunity Cell: The University has Equal Opportunity Cell to facilitate the deprived groups for learning and creating space to the mainstream providing opportunities for them to be in the mainstream, at par with others. The Cell provides coaching for ST/SC/OBC (non-Creamy layer) and minorities to enhance employment opportunity.

SC/ST: The SC/ST Cell was established to supervise the implementation of the Reservation Policy of the Government of India. It assists in the conduct of various coaching schemes for SC/ST/OBC (non-Creamy layer) and minority community students.

Anti-Ragging: The University has Anti-Ragging Committee in all Campuses for curbing the menace of ragging in the University.

Grievance Redressal Cell: The University has appointed Nodal Officers for online Students Grievance Redressal Portal for curbing students’ grievances.

Training and Placement Cell: Nagaland University has a ‘Training and Placement Cell’ headed by a Faculty as in-Charge in each of the four campuses and for which a Committee was constituted headed by a Senior Professor along with faculty-in-charge in all the campuses as members.

NET Coaching for SC/ST/OBC: The University gives NET coaching to the SC/ST/OBC (Non-Creamy layer) categories for enhancement of knowledge to appear for NET or SET examination.

Students’ Representative in University Academic Council: One Post-graduate student from Science and one from Humanities & Education and one from Research Scholars are selected on academic merit as per the ordinance of the University to represent in the Academic Council.

Gender Champion: Nagaland University has selected four teachers as Nodal Teachers (Campus-wise) to facilitate the activities in the respective campus of the University and fourteen students as Gender Champions to create an environment that fosters equal treatment.

NSS Cell: The University has National Service Scheme (NSS) Cell

Students’ Union: Students’ Union Election is conducted every year for selection of Office bearers of the union.

NB.: Fresh Batch of Candidates must take note of the following

  1. Application form has to be filled up online ONLY.
  2. Application form fee has to be paid online ONLY.
  3. Mere production of Application Form Fee Payment Receipt without the Submission of Online Application Form will not be considered whatsoever for admission into the course.
  4. ONLY the selected candidates must pay the admission and other Fees.
  5. Admission and other Fees must be paid by the selected candidates within the stipulated date(s).
  6. Failure to pay the required fees within the allotted time period by any selected candidate(s) will forfeit the seat(s) automatically.
  7. Fees paid after the due date by any selected(s) will not be considered whatsoever.
  8. Candidates must refer the FEE STRUCTURE and pay the correct amount pertaining to the Course applied for.

Admission to PG/PhD/PGD/Certificate programmes in NU, 2022

Admission Notice (Dated: 27.06.2022)

Prospectus

Corrigendum: Transport Fee

ext link Intake capacity

ext link Department profile

ext link Apply Online

ext link SBI iCollect portal link for paying fees (For Application/Registration select APPLICATION FEE (SC/ST or GEN) from drop down list)

Application Fees: Rs.200 (GEN/OBC), Rs.150 (SC/ST)

DEPARTMENTNOTIFICATIONSSELECTED LIST
ANTHROPOLOGY  
BOTANY  
C.N.T.L.S.  
CHEMISTRY  
COMMERCE  
EDUCATION  
ECONOMICS  
ENGLISH  
ENVIRONMENTAL SC.  
FORESTRY  
GEOGRAPHY  
HINDI  
HISTORY & ARCHAEOLOGY  
LAW  
LINGUISTICS  
MASS COMMUNICATION  
MANAGEMENTMBA: Admission Notification
 PhD: Admission Notification
 
MATHEMATICS  
PHYSICS  
POLITICAL SCIENCE  
PSYCHOLOGY  
TEACHER EDUCATION M.Ed: Admission Notification 
TENYIDIE  
SOCIOLOGY  
ZOOLOGY  
Course/ProgrammeStart DateEnd Date
PG/PGD/Certificate courses1st July, 202221st July, 2022 (9:00 PM)
Ph.D.1st July, 202230th Aug, 2022 (9:00 PM)

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