With significant professional experience or academic training in design, built environment, social sciences, management, culture and heritage, tourism, creative practices and related fields
The next step in their career by gaining in-depth research-informed mastery in design, built environment, urban and cultural studies, arts, cultural and heritage management, cultural tourism and allied domains of expertise
The applicant must be:
An M.Phil. or Masters by Research degree from an Indian or international university
Or, a recognised postgraduate degree in any discipline
Or, a four- or five-year undergraduate degree with a substantive research or thesis component (Candidate may be recommended to enrol for integrated PhD with exit option after 2 years)
Or, an undergraduate degree and substantial research or professional experience (Candidate may be recommended to enrol for integrated PhD with exit option after 2 years)
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Applicants are required to submit an application including a (1) CV, (2) work sample as “evidence of research preparation” (up to 5000 words), (3) UGC-NET certification (if available), (4) names and contacts of three referees and (5) a research proposal of up to 1200 words in the specified format.
The selection process will be carried out in following stages:
Research Aptitude Assessment (mandated by the UGC; if applicable)
Research proposal assessment (for direct PhD applicants only. Applicant may be recommended to enrol for integrated PhD with exit option after 2 years)
Research proposal presentation (with viva, for direct PhD applicants only. Applicant may be recommended to enrol for integrated PhD with exit option after 2 years)
For details related to the admission requirements, the eligibility conditions and the programme, send an expression of interest, consisting of a CV and cover letter with a statement of purpose to email@example.com
Please indicate whether you would be interested in a part-time or full-time programme and which specialization would interest you most.
Applicants will be evaluated on how well they demonstrate “evidence of research preparation” in the form of one or more of the following, which they must submit: