Indian Institute of Technology - Gandhinagar (IIT Gandhinagar) is inviting applications for admission into Ph.D. programmes in the disciplines of Engineering (Electrical, Chemical, Civil, Mechanical and Materials Science and Engineering), Sciences (Chemistry and Mathematics) and Humanities and Social Sciences (English, Cognitive Science and Philosophy). Candidates working in educational Institutes or research or industrial organizations are also eligible to apply under the External (ET) category or Faculty Development Programme (FDP). Following are details of programs, eligibility, seats and application procedure:
Number of Seats in various subjects: Chemical Engineering - 5; Electrical Engineering- 5, Civil Engineering- 4, Materials Science and Engineering - 3, Computer Science and Engineering -2, English - 3, Mechanical Engineering - 7, Chemistry - 1, Cognitive Science / Philosophy - 1, Mathematics - 3.
Eligibility Requirements: Applicants should have qualified in GATE / CSIR-UGC / NET-UGC. They must have at least 55 percent marks in MA / M.Sc. / B.Tech /M.Tech or equivalent degree in the concerned branches. Concerned departments will have different cut offs for short listing the candidates. Ph.D programmes of IIT Gandhinagar are fully residential and selected candidates will have to stay on the campus. External candidates should stay in the campus for at least one year.
Interested candidates can download application forms from IIT Gandhinagar website at http://www.iitgn.ac.in/phd.htm . Completed application forms along with necessary documents should be sent on or before 20th October 2011. All communications regarding Ph.D. Programmes admission should be addressed to: Assistant Registrar (Academics), Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar, VGEC Campus, Chandkheda, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India - 382424. Email: email@example.com.
1) Last date for the receipt of completed application forms: 20th October 2011
2) Release of list of short-listed candidates for interviews: 28th October 2011
3) Test / interview for Ph.D. admissions: 19-20th November 2011.