Gandhigram Rural Institute Master of Philosophy (M.Phil) Admission 2013

Updated on Sat, 10 August 2013 at 20:14 IST


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Master degree holders in any discipline, with 50% marks in Third Part, from UGC recognized institutions. In-Service candidates, with the above qualification, from Media / ICT Institutions, Corporates, Govt. departments and Funding agencies with communication programmes will be given preference. Both Fresh and In-Service candidates from SAARC countries are encouraged to apply.

Application form with Prospectus can be had from the Deputy Registrar (Academic) either in person or by cash payment or by post by sending a written request specifying the programme and enclosing a crossed Demand Draft drawn in favour of The Registrar, The Gandhigram Rural Institute – Deemed University payable in Canara Bank, Gandhigram Rural Institute, Gandhigram (code No.8500) or State Bank of India, Ambathurai (code No.3373) or any Nationalized / Scheduled Bank in Dindigul. An additional payment of Rs.50 needs to be made in case of DD drawn from other banks

How to Apply:
Applications can also be downloaded from the link:
Cost of Application including Registration Fee is Rs.180/- (Rs.225 by post)
SC/ST: Free (on producing attested copy of the community certificate).
MO / Postal Orders/ Cheques will not be accepted.
Applicants awaiting publication of PG results can also apply.

Important Dates:
Last date for submission of filled-in-applications is 15.08.2013
Course commences from Sept 02, 2013
Short listed candidates will be called for Personal Interview on Aug 20, 2013
For more details including Fees structure, see C4D – Salient Features.

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Gandhigram Rural Institute, Gandhigram (Deemed University)
The Gandhigram Rural Institute (GRI) was founded in 1956. With undying faith and deep devotion to Mahatma Gandhi’s revolutionary concept of ‘Nai Talim’ system of education, Gandhigram Rural Institute has developed academic programmes in Rural Development, Rural Economics and Extension Education, Rural Oriented Sciences, Cooperation, Development Administration, Rural Sociology, English and Communicative Studies, and, Tamil and Indian Languages. Students who emerge from its portals tend to meet the personnel needs for rural development under various governmental and non-governmental schemes.
Related Courses: Master of Philosophy (MPhil)

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