Nava Nalanda Mahavihara

Ph.d Programme Jobs in Patna - Nava Nalanda Mahavihara

Patna
Any Post Graduate
Last Date to Apply: 30-06-2019
Ph.D Programme - Job Details Date of Posting: 03-06-2019

Ph.D Admission, May 2019

Eligibility :  1. Master’s Degree holders from any UGC recognized University or an equivalent degree offered by statutory regulatory body with at least 55% marks in aggregate or its equivalent Grade B in the UGC 7-point scale or an equivalent degree from a foreign educational institution recognized by its home governments. 2. A relaxation of 5% or an equivalent relaxation of grade may be allowed for those belonging to SC/ST/OBC (Creamy-layer) differently abled or to those belonging to other categories as per the notification of the UGC from time to time or for those who have obtained their Master’s Degree prior to 19th September 1991. 3. Those candidates, who fulfil the criteria mentioned above and have cleared the Research Entrance Test (RET) conducted by the Mahavihara, followed by an interview or have qualified JRF/NET/SLE examinations accredited by UGC, followed by an interview. 4. Foreign students sponsored by the government of India agencies like ICCR, Ministry of HRD etc., foreign students sponsored by their respective Governments/Embassies and self-financing foreign students are exempted from Research Entrance Test (RET).

Selection Process : Written Exam/Interview/Oral presentation


How To Apply ForPh.D Admission, May 2019

Interested candidates should Apply Online latest by 30.06.2019.

Important Date : 

Date of written Examination :  15.07.2019

Interview/Oral Presentation :  29.07.2019 & 30.07.2019

Admission in Coursework :  06.08.2019 to 20.08.2019

Beginning of Coursework Classes :  28.08.2019.


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About Nava Nalanda Mahavihara

Nalanda had been an ancient seat of learning and a religious centre that imparted manifold knowledge. It existed in ancient Magadha (presently, Bihar and parts of Bengal, Orisha in India) between the fifth century AD to twelve century AD. It was believed that the term ‘Nalanda’ might have been originated from the word nalam (lotus),or da nalanda, signifying “giver of knowledge”. The ancient Mahavihara at Nalanda was established during the reign of a king called Śakrāditya, of the Gupta Dynasty.