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If you want to go for PhD, first of all search for some good universities and then llok out for topic that you want to do the research on.
Most of the universities offer PhD, generally it is a non residential and you can do this while you are working.
In case you are not working then you get some scholarship somewhere around 10 k - 14 k depending upon institutes.
I'm doing my Phd from IIT Delhi, you can also try from IIT Mumbai, there Management department is very well established.
Many other institutes also offer these programs, but they call it Fellowship program which is equivalent to PhD but not a degree.
Synopsis are made once you decide the topic, synopsis are designed with the help of a Guide, which is generally from the university or institute.
Submission of synopsis take anything from 3-6months, once they are approved and your viva is done you are enrolled as a student.
Now your research work start (hard work really speaking) in consultation with your guide. The maximumtime period to submit your thesis is 7 years and minimum it should be of 2 and a half year.
So now you are a doctorate. :D :D
If you have any doubts or queries please feel free to contact.
3rd August 2006 From India, Delhi
Reg the unis, there are several... you will have to decide, based on your area of interest, availibility of good supervisors, proximity to your place of residence, FT or PT, etc.
To start with, there are the IIMs, IITs, and the IISc, besides certain NITs. Then, there are other regional universities that are pretty good, having their own standing... Remember that selection of the university is subjective and is your personal decision based on the above parameters.
All the best in your doctoral endeavours.
28th June 2007 From India, Madras
I am right now pursuing MBA and also would like to going for Phd programme in HR related topics.
can anybody help in breifing the procedures for taking admissions to Phd and also the best universities for doing my programmes.
you can also contact me on 9845342840 ... will be helpfull from your suggestions for my career path.
Naveen Kumar R N
20th August 2008
Thanks for the info, Need one clarification, I completed my PG from MG University, Kerala, is it possible to take phd from any university any where. Will I have to go back to my University for any of the approvals or cerifications?
29th September 2010 From India, Hyderabad
I thank you and appreciate you for providing us the valuable information. If you can elaborate more on how to enroll PhD while working full time, I heard UGC has absolve the system of providing PhD/ MPhil through correspondence. Please through some light on it...!!
Thanks once again..
29th September 2010 From India, Visakhapatnam
I am an HR professional with 7yrs exp.
I have a full time BE degree but a part time diploma in HR
In case I want to do PHD in HR do I ned a fulltime HR degree or my one year diploma will be sufficient.
29th September 2010 From United States, Cambridge
I have done my MBA in Hr and have 2 yrs of work Ex as a HR consultant.I am planning to do my PHD in HR (OB specifically). Can some one let me know few good colleges for Full time in Delhi/NCR and Part-Time from anywhere in India...
Its going to be great help....
Also does DU/IIT offer such PHD programme in HRM/HR related topics...
25th July 2013 From India, New Delhi
Its my dream to pursue a PhD from IIT, but feeling much hesitated because I did my MBA (HRD) and MPhil from APS university (a state university) which is not as big and much reputed as JNU, Delhi university etc. I qualified UGC NET five times and this time JRF too. Please make me aware, Is it possible for me to get admission in IIT for PhD? if yes, please do guide me and tell me how to prepare for it?
Eagerly waiting for your reply
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