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Ph. D. Programme Ret Applied Psychology Jobs in Kolkata - University of Calcutta

Last Date to Apply: 24-04-2019
Ph. D. Programme RET Applied Psychology - Job Details Date of Posting: 12-04-2019

Admission to Ph. D. Programme (RET) of the Department of Applied Psychology

Eligibility :  The syllabus of this examination is the UGC- NET in Psychology and existing syllabus of M.A./M.Sc. in Applied Psychology, University of Calcutta.

At present eleven (Unreserved=06, OBC-B=01, SC=03, ST=01) students will be taken.

Those candidates who have already passed UGC (JRF) examination/NET/ SET/SLET/Teacher Fellowship or equivalent examinations or passed the M.Phil in Psychology or equivalent examinations need not appear for the written examination.

Fee :  Candidates wish to pursue research work in this Department should apply in the prescribed application form (obtainable from the Department of Applied Psychology) by paying Rs. 100.00 through a challan (obtainable from Cash Counter in Rajabazar Science College Campus and College Street Campus). No Demand Draft / Postal Order or others will be entertained.

Selection Process :  The eligible candidates will have to appear in a written examination of 2.5 hours, to be held in the Department on29/04/2019 at 12 Noon onwards.

How To Apply ForAdmission to Ph. D. Programme (RET) of the Department of Applied Psychology

Duly filled application form (one copy passport size photo and xerox copy of all qualifications) must reach the office of the Head of the Department between 12/04/2019 and 24/04/2019. 

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The University of Calcutta was established by an Act of the Legislative Council (Act No II of 1857) of the then British India. A supplementary Act empowering the University to confer some additional degrees was passed in 1860. Another Act was passed in 1884 by which the University was authorised to confer honorary Degree of Law.The University Act of 1904 empowered the University to make necessary arrangements for the instruction of students, and though most of the teaching continued to be imparted in the affiliated colleges, teaching in some of the higher branches began to be organised under the University management.