The eligibility criteria for Ph.D. in India is from UGC recognized universities is needed. The aspirant who willing to do Ph.D. in any stream, must have to hold master degree 1st Class or for appearing candidate after result declaration must have to get such percentage marks as require, mention in the Pre-registration test application. After submission of the registration form for Ph.D PRT( Pre Registration Test), must have to prepare for general objectives type questions, optional subject related objective type questions and also optional theoretical/subjective type question in which subject the candidate hold master degree and willing to pursue Ph.D. The syllabus of Ph.D. is similar to NET. So, kindly join the classes where NET coaching is being taught. The no. of questions and duration of exam may vary from one university/institute to other. Please check the university/institute where in you are applying.
After passing the PRT test the candidate have to select topic & make enroll with the registered/permanent faculty of such university/ institute who hold doctorate (Ph.D.) degree. And then after the assent of faculty/teacher make synopsis and approve it through the concern university/institute approving authorities. After getting approval of topic make registration for Ph.D. Pursuation. After registration, the thesis/research should need to complete within the specified time, and submit to the concern approving authorities for receiving Ph.D. degree.
There are various topics available for research in HR , but it depend upon your activeness, abilities, knowledge & skills regarding such topic to put your more & more input for giving best output to make best thesis. Some of the topic you might be consider for your research are enlisted below.
1. Needs of Human Resource Planning & Development,
2. Human Resource Development and Stress Management,
3. Challenging role of human resource manager in minimising of employees' attrition for the development of organisation.
4. Labour Management and Industrial Relation for the development of organisation,
5. Organization culture development for the effectiveness of personnel of organisation,
6. Effective Implementation of Labour legislation for the social development,
7. Organization behaviour: effective tool for human resource development,
8. Stress resolution through effective HR policy implementation,
9. Needs of training & development for employees and organisation effectiveness: Morphology,Modulation and Measurement,
10. Is today's companies HR policies effective for development of manpower in this twenty first century,
11. Development of corporate culture for effectiveness of employees: Idealization, Development, Implementation and Measurement,
12. Developing trends of HRM for effectiveness or organization & its employees in both public & Private sector,
13. Management of Industrial disputes for effectiveness of organisation, HRD and employees,
14. Need of HR Strategic Planning for recruitment & Selection process: Scope, & Measurement,
15. Should HR Policies need to change after increasing business stiffness for betterment of organisation
16. Development of Principles of Personnel Management & Industrial Relation for effectiveness of organisation
17. Increasing role of HR involvement for organisation effectiveness in the globalization,
18. IS HRMIS (Human Resource Management Information System) has effective tool for HR Planning process in the global business environment.
19. HR Challenges for organisation & employee development
Thanks & Best Regards:
22nd June 2011 From India, Hyderabad
Thanks a lot Mr. Vikas, it helps me a lot.
One more thing I want to ask If I will go for the Ph.d from Noida International University then it will be fine. Means I want to ask whether Ph.D. from this University has value or not Because it is a private University and I am very much confused that whether I should go for the same or not.
27th June 2011 From India, Delhi