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The Doctor of Philosophy curriculum includes compulsory course work, preparing research proposal and objectives, research work and progress, pre thesis and thesis defense.
The course work is composed of four components, namely, Research methodology, Advanced Research methodology, Doctoral Foundation Seminar and Doctoral Concentration Seminar. After successful completion of coursework, the research scholar works in close coordination and under strict supervision of his / her research guide and prepares the research proposal and identifies the objectives of the research work. Progress of the research work is reviewed every six months and finally the scholar submits his thesis and defends it. The Doctoral Research Committee (DRC) closely mentors and monitors this whole process.
|Course Work||Research Methodology||Enabling scholars to purse research in a methodical manner|
|Advanced Research Methodology||Enabling scholars to know about tools and technologies to process their data|
|Doctoral Foundation Seminar||Enabling and equipping scholars with required tools and technologies in their broad discipline area|
|Doctoral Concentration Seminar||a) Motivation to Research, b) identification of base paper(s), c) State-of-art, d) Identification of research gaps, e) Identification of Tools/ technologies for conducting proposed research|
|Submission of Research Proposal||Extensive literature review / patent data bases, research proposal submitted to Dean (DRC) in prescribed format|
|Progress Seminar – I||Progress on identified research objectives|
|Progress Seminar – II||Progress on identified research objectives|
|Progress Seminar – III||Progress on identified research objectives|
|Pre Thesis Seminar||Achievement of all objectives, Thesis ready in final shape, Research paper(s) communicated to Conferences / Journals|
|Thesis Submission and defense||Eligibility for award of PhD degree|