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Yes it is possible. First of all, Please note that only the Ph.D degree awarded as per the UGC regulation of M.Phil and Ph.D circular 2009 stands valid. There are many private and deemed university involve in degree scam so be careful

I have written a detail blogpost on what precaution one need to take while pursuing Ph.D through off campus and distance mode

please visit following link

Human Resources, Business, Management and career questions blog.: How to identify fake, real, recognized and not recognized M.Phil and Ph.D degree in India

Second, IGNOU offers PH.D in distance mode

please read following link for details

Simply Govind: Universities offering distance learning courses in India- Delhi

Apart from that, if you visit my various blog post on my both the blogs mentioned above, you will find state wise list of approved universities offering distance education, courses, territorial jurisdiction etc

From India, Mumbai
This is in response to suggestion from Mr. Raj Kumar Hansdah.
To my knowledge, universities and institutions that offer Ph.D offer them on full time and part-time basis. When research scholars do Ph.D on part-time basis, they do not have to attend classes but need to be in touch with their guides and submit reports periodically to the guides / institution.However, if they have not done M.Phil, they may have to do a course on Research Methodology and also take an examination in the subject.
I am aware of the following universities where part-time Ph.D is possible :
a. SCSVMV University, Kanchipuram, Tamilnadu
b. National Law School, Bangalore
Ravi Sankar

From India, Madras
Dear Dr. Kumar,
Thank you indeed for your reply.
I am in Kolkata, West Bengal.. from here how can I regiser under the Deemed universities where U r already accepted as a Guide.
Moreover I want to carry my PhD on HR only...
Kindly suggest
Thanks and with best regards,

From India, Bangalore
Dear Supriya It is not possible to do phd through open universities if you want to do prefer part time phd which is providing almost all unversities in india. All the best
From India
I second Mr Ravi Shankar, it is possible and there are many reputed universities providing distance Phd but before going further I request you all to visit PHD, Research & Assignments - CiteHR Human Resource Management Community Knowledgebase and get all the required information by going through the discussions

From India, Gurgaon
Supriyaji, You can check the possibility at Jadavpur. A friend of mine completed Ph.D. in TQM there part time last year. R Ramamurthy
From India, Bangalore
Dear Mr.Ravi Sankar, Kindly forward me details of Ph.D (Part-Time) to my email id: [email protected] as I possessed MBA in Finance and HRD (Finance being the major and HRD minor) from ICFAI University with 55%. With regards, Prachi Dalmia
From India, Mumbai
sir i m virender singh i had passed my and in mathematics from anamalai university and Tamil nadu open university respectively.
and i am working in defence and posted in nasik, but i want to do Ph.D in mathematics but i have only obtion to do it part time.
please email me the list of university (UGC approved)
where i can apply for part time Ph.D in mathematics near to nasik (maharashtra).
thanking u

From India, Mumbai
Dear Dr. G V Kumar,
Best wishes of the day.
Please let me know how I can take registration as Part time Ph.D student. I am living in West Bengal. Is it possible for you to guide me .. I am from HR (Human Resource Development) and would like to carry on "Compensation & Benefit Management along with Designation & Role:
Please help me . Thanking you in advance for your kind value added guidance..
Supriya Chakraborty

From India, Bangalore
dear supriya u can do phd at tamilnadu open university.. its approved by ug and run by tamilnadu govt. here u can get phd admission easily without any hindrance to your work,, best choice
From India, Chennai

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