MGCGV Chitrakoot PhD Admission 2022: Dates, Application Form

MGCGV Chitrakoot PhD Admission

MGCGV Chitrakoot PhD Admission 2022 – Mahatma Gandhi Chitrakoot Gramodaya Vishwavidyalaya (MGCGV), Chitrakoot, Madhya Pradesh invites application for PhD admission for the Academic Session 2022-23.

Check full details of MGCGV Chitrakoot PhD Admission 2022 such as, eligibility criteria, application process, application fee etc. below here.

MGCGV Chitrakoot PhD Programs

  • Agriculture Extension
  • Retail Management
  • Soil Science
  • Commerce
  • Agronomy
  • Economics
  • Agriculture
  • Biochemistry
  • Education
  • Live Stock Production and Management
  • Library and Information Science
  • Zoology
  • Journalism and Mass Communication
  • Chemistry
  • Psychology
  • Statistics
  • Music
  • Environment Science
  • Fine Art
  • Mathematics
  • Political Science
  • Geology
  • History
  • Rural Management
  • Social Work
  • Business Management
  • Sanskrit

Eligibility Criteria for MGCGV Chitrakoot PhD Admission 2022

  • A candidate for admission to the course of Ph.D. program shall have master’s degree or a professional degree declared equivalent to the master’s degree by the corresponding statutory regulatory body with at least 55% marks in aggregate or its equivalent grade B in the UGC 7 point scale or an equivalent grade in a point scale where ever grading system.
  • A relaxation of 5% of marks, from 55% to 50%, or an equivalent relaxation of grade, may be allowed for those belonging to SC/ST/OBC(non-creamy layer)/Differently-Abled and for those who had obtained their Master’s degree prior to 19th September, 1991.

MGCGV Chitrakoot PhD Admission 2022 Important Dates

Commencement of online submission20 May 2022
Last date for submitting the online Application15 July 2022
Last date for submitting the online Application form with late fee23 July 2022
Admit card download25 July 2022
Date of Entrance Examination (only at Chitrakoot Centre)28 July 2022

MGCGV Chitrakoot PhD Admission 2022 Application Process

  • Candidates can submit admission form through MPONLINE kiosk or using internet form their home through MPONLINE portal (https://mgcgv.mponline.gov.in) and making the payment through credit/ debit card or by net banking.
  • Application/ Registration fee of Rs. 1500/- for General /OBC and Rs.750/ – for (SC/ST of MP and all Female Candidate).
  • Rs. 150/- (MP online charges) will be charged by the candidate separately of any category.
  • Late fee for all candidate is 250/- for all categories.

Selection Process

  • Candidates shall be admitted through merit of an entrance test and viva voce.
  • UGC/ State Govt. rules applied/ approved by coordination committee related to Ph.D. Programme shall be applicable from time to time.

MGCGV Chitrakoot PhD Entrance Test

  • Entrance test will be held in offline mode. List of the candidates shortlisted for the interview and list of selected/wait listed candidates will be published in the website accordingly.
  • The question paper of Ph.D. entrance test shall carry 70 marks.
  • It shall comprise of two parts.
  • Part-A shall consist of 35 objective type compulsory questions of 1 mark each based on research methodology.
  • Part-B shall also consist of 35 objective type compulsory questions of 1 mark each based on the syllabus of the subject at Masters Level.
  • There shall be no negative marking. The paper shall be of two hours duration.
  • Passing percentage for this paper is 50% for all candidates.

Syllabus

Part-A Research Methodology

  • UNIT 1: Meaning of Research Meaning, aims, nature and scope of research Prerequisites of research Types of research: Fundamental or Pure research, applied research and Action research
  • UNIT 2: Research Problem Meaning of research problem Sources of research problem Characteristics of a good research problem Hypothesis: Meaning and types of hypothesis. Research proposal or synopsis
  • UNIT 3: Methods of Research Studies Qualitative research – Historical studies Quantitative research – Descriptive and Experimental
  • Unit 4: Review of Related Literature Purpose of the review Identification of the related literature Organizing the related literature
  • UNIT 5: Data Collection (Sampling) Sampling and Population Techniques of sampling Selection Characteristics of a good sample Types of data
  • UNIT 6: Tools of Data Collection Observation, Interview, Questionnaire, Rating scales, Attitude scales, Schedules, Characteristics of good research tools
  • UNIT 7: Descriptive Statistics Tabulation, Organization, and Graphical Representation of Quantitative data Measures of Central Tendencies: Mean, Median, Mode Measures of Variability: Range, Quartile Deviation, Standard Deviation, and Coefficient of variation Normal Probability Distribution: Properties of normal probability curve, Applications of normality.
  • UNIT 8: Research Report Format of the research report Style of writing the report References and bibliography

Part-B Subject Specific

  • The syllabus of subject paper is based on the concerning subject of Master level of the University.

Important Links

PhD NotificationClick Here
Application PortalClick Here
MGCGV Chitrakoot WebsiteClick Here