National University of Educational Planning and Administration (NUEPA)
M. Phil. Programme, Ph. D. Programme, Part-time Ph. D. Programme
Candidates admitted for M.Phil. and Full-Time Ph.D. will be provided fellowship by the University. The NET qualified candidates, who have been awarded Junior Research Fellowships by the UGC and who fulfill the required qualifications, are encouraged to apply.
(a) A candidate seeking admission to the M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes shall have a minimum of 55% marks (50% marks for SC/ST candidates and Persons with Disabilities) or its equivalent grade in Master's Degree in education, social sciences and allied disciplines from a recognized university. Candidates possessing Master's degree in other areas may also be considered if he/she has proven record of work/publication in the area of educational policy, planning and administration.
(b) A candidate seeking admission to Ph.D. programme shall have an M.Phil. degree in an area closely related to educational planning and administration and/or exceptionally brilliant academic record coupled with publications of high quality.
(c) M.Phil. graduates of NUEPA will be eligible for admission to the Ph.D. Programme after due scrutiny by a Selection/Admission Committee, if they obtain a FGPA of 6 or above on the ten point scale. This will be applicable for all admissions from 2008 onwards.
Acandidate seeking admission to Part-time Ph.D. programme is required to meet the following criteria:
(i) Should possess the educational qualifications as mentioned in Para (a) above;
(ii) Currently, should be in full-time employment;
(iii) Should be a senior level educational functionary with a minimum of five years work experience in teaching, educational planning and administration.
Mode of Selection
The University reserves the right to decide the number of seats to be filled in theyear2010-11; the criteria for screening of applications; and the selection procedure of candidates for admission to its M.Phil. and Ph.D.programmes. The mode of selection of candidates will be as under:
(i) Initial short-listing of applications will be carried out on the basis of relevance and quality of the brief write-up (in the prescribed format) in the proposed area of research to be submitted along with the application form;
(ii) Short-listed candidates will be subjected to second level of screening through which the University will assess their motivation and potential.
How to Apply
Candidates may apply in the prescribed form for admission to M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes of the University along with three copies of the brief write-up (in the prescribed format) on the proposed research topic of a contemporary issue within the broad framework of educational policy, planning and administration. For further details, please refer to the M.Phil. - Ph.D. Prospectus, 2010--11 of the University.
The application form can be obtained from NUEPA by remitting a sum of Rs. 200/- ( Rs.100/- for SC/ST candidates) by demand draft in favour of Registrar, NUEPA, payable at New Delhi if required by Post or purchased in person. The Prospectus can be downloaded from our website: www.nuepa.org and demand draft of Rs.200/-(Rs.100/-for SC/ST candidates)should be attached with the application at the time of submission to NUEPA.
Last Date of Applications
Application should reach
The Registrar, NUEPA,
17-B, Sri Aurobindo Marg,
on or before 20 April 2010. For further details, please visit www.nuepa.org