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Admission Notice - Graphic Era University Announces Admissions for Ph.D. Programs 2016
Graphic Era University (GEU) Dehradun invites applications for the admissions Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) programs for the session 2016 in Computer Application and Management Studies, Computer Science and Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Biotechnology, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, Environmental Science, Hotel Management, and Chemistry.
The Eligibility for Graphic Era University-
Master’s degree from any AIU/UGC/AICTE recognized university/ institutions or any other qualification recognized as equivalent there to in the fields of study notified from time to time by the University.
A minimum of 55% marks or CGPA of 5.5 on a 10 point scale in the qualifying examination (50% marks or CGPA of 5.0 on a 10 point scale for SC/ST candidates).
How to Apply Graphic Era University-
The aspirants are required to submit the application form and the attested photocopies of the relevant certificates to: Office of Dean (Research),
Mechanical Engineering Department,
Graphic Era University,
566/6, Bell Road, Clementown,
These must be along with the fee of Rs. 1200/- via a Demand Draft drawn in favor of The Registrar, Graphic Era University, Dehradun or even in cash.
The Selection Procedures at Graphic Era University-
The admission to this program is materialized via GATE/NET/SLET scores or written test and interview that is conducted by the related department. Due attention will be paid towards national/state reservation policy.
Last date of receipt of application form: January 14, 2016, Thursday.0
Date of written examination and interview: January 30, 2016, Saturday.
For more information visit- http://www.gehu.ac.in
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