Can I do ph.ed in management after pgdm from IMT GHAZIABAD?
- AnupriyaUpdated On April 15, 2022 09:40 AM
Yes you are eligible to pursue Ph.D after your PGDM course. However, the admission will be on the basis of your research proposal and synopsis.
- Simran SainiAnswered on December 03, 2019 12:29 PM
Hi there, of course IMT is a very good university. I am afraid I have no clue about the university., However, being a faculty of LPU I can tell you about LPUs Phd in management. Study for your doctorate in a professional and challenging school, where academic rigour and excellence are at the heart of everything we do. You will have the opportunity to work with leading academics and be part of a growing and vibrant community of doctoral scholars.
This course at LPU emphasises off-the-shelf research to create new knowledge and explore future challenges. The researcher is expected to identify the research gaps, formulate objectives, develop methodologies for finding solutions to real-life problems.
The course gives an overview of research including the philosophy of research. The course also covers stages of research, ethical considerations in research, quality of Journals, citations, indexing, and intellectual property rights including research ethics. The course is about discretion about IPR including patents, copyrights, design registration, and their filing, publishing, and granting.
This will describe the types of research, various terminologies used during the research, and the design of the research. This course will also give brief information about various intellectual property rights.
The course covers different ways of writing and presentation of research including a research paper, research proposal, State of Art Seminar, etc.
Applicants who qualify UGC (NET/ JRF)/ CSIR (NET/ JRF)/ ICAR (JRF/ SRF) examination/ SLET (Punjab only)/ GATE/ GPAT score card/ ICAR (NET), SPM, Teacher Fellowship holder or passed M.Phil. (in regular mode only) are exempted from LPUNEST (Ph.D.) entrance test (GATE/ GPAT score should be valid at the time of admission).
The final selection for admission in Ph.D. is based on the performance in Entrance Test (70% weightage) and Interview (30% weightage) subject to scoring minimum marks in the Interview. However, if anyone is exempted from the LPUNEST (Ph.D.) entrance test instead of the above-mentioned tests, then 100% weightage will be given to the Interview only.
Unless otherwise specified by the University, the medium of instruction, course work, examination, question paper, synopsis, and the thesis will be English in all cases.
Teaching fellowship of Rs. 15600/- per month may be provided to full-time Ph.D. scholars subject to fulfilment of eligibility criteria.