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Department of Polymer Science and Technology, University of Calcutta, Admission 2011

 
Last Application Date: 11th February 2011
Exam Date:

Admission to Ph.D. Programme in Polymer Science and Technology of February/March 2011 Session

Applications have been invited by Department of Polymer Science and Technology, University of Calcutta for Admission to Ph.D. Programme in Polymer Science and Technology of February/March 2011 Session.

Interested candidates (including those working in various projects under departmental faculties but yet to register for PhD) having degree in Bachelor of Technology or Engineering (any stream) or Master of Science (any stream without NET/GATE/M.Phil) can appear for PhD eligibility test (PET-III) to be held on 14th February , Monday 2011 at 14 afternoon in the Department of Polymer Science and Technology, 92, A.P.C Road, Kolkata -700009.

Successful candidates will have to appear for an interview in the room of the Head of the Department at 14 noon on 15/2/2011. Candidates having degree in Master of Science with NET/GATE/M.Phil or candidates having degree in Master of Engineering or Technology need not sit for PET and they may directly appear for the interview on 15/2/2011. Successful candidates (in PET and/or interview) will be eligible to register for their Ph.D in the Department of Polymer Science and Technology.

Filled up application form (form may be downloaded from the webpage: http://caluniv.ac.in/Phd_Dlit/application_frame.htm ) along with Rupees 100/- paid through a challan (obtainable from sales counter of college street campus of the University) may be sent to the Head of the Department, Department of Polymer Science and Technology, UCSTA , University of Calcutta, 92, A.P.C Road, Kolkata -700009 and it should reach by 11th February 2011.

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