In India there are many State Government Universities, which are controlled by State Governments. For the academic year 2022-23, the PG and PhD Admission process has just kickstarted.
As on 18 January 2023, Three State Universities have announced PhD Admission for 2022-23. Aspiring students should track admission information.
List of Universities Offering PhD Admission:
- Bharathidasan University, Tirichirappalli – 31 January 2023
- Periyar University, Salem – 27 January 2023
- Patna University – 28 January 2023
Periyar University, Salem Announces PhD Admission December 2022
Salem, Tamil Nadu, 16 January 2023: Periyar University, Salem, a state university in Tamil Nadu, has announced PhD Admission for December 2022. The university will conduct Common Entrance Test for PhD Admission.
Key Dates: The closing date for submission of online application is 27 January 2023.
Bharathidasan University, Tirichirappalli Opens PhD Admission Feb 2023 for 46 Subjects
Tirichirappalli, 17 January 2023: Bharathidasan University, Tirichirappalli, a state public university in Tamil Nadu, has announced PhD Qualifying Entrance Examination (Online Test) February 2023. The eligible students should apply online. Both Full Time and Part Time PhD programmes are available.
Last date to submit application: 31 January 2023
Online Test, Date and Time: 26 February 2023 (Sunday)
Application Fees: Cost of Application including 18% GST : Rs. 1,770/- (Rs. 1,180/- for SC/ST Applicants); for NRI : 14,750/-
Patna University Opens PhD Admission 2022-23 for 30 Departments
Patna, 14 January 2023: Patna University, a public state university in Bihar, has announced PhD Admission for 2022-23. The university will conduct PhD Admission Test on 25 February 2023.
Key Dates & Application Fees:
The starting date for submission of application is 06 January 2023.
The closing date for submission of application is 28 January 2023.
Eligibility Conditions: The eligibility conditions are as per the UGC Norms and State Government Norms.
Candidates having Master’s Degree with atleast 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). A Relaxation of 5% marks from 55% to 50% or an equivalent relaxation of grade will be allowed for those belonging to SC/ST/EBC/BC/Differently abled categories of candidates.