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MATS School of Life Science

The Master of Philosophy (M. Phil.) & Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) programmes will provide an opportunity to the students to undertake advanced studies in the subject in which he or she has already acquired postgraduation.


Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Geology, Statistics, Criminology and Forensic Science, Electronics, Nanoscience and Technology, Nanotechnology, Materials Science, Engineering physics, Non-conventional Energy, Computational Mathematics, Computational Physics, Computational Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Industrial Chemistry, Actuarial Science, Fashion Design & Technology, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Bioinformatics, Botany, Zoology, Bioscience, Biochemistry, Anthropology, Food Science & Technology, Information Technology, Management, Commerce, English, Hindi, Economics, History, Political Science, Geography, Psychology, Sociology, Linguistics (Pali, Prakrit, Sanskrit), Sanskrit, Fine Arts, Social Work, Public Administration, Interior Design & Decoration, Foreign Languages (French, German, Chinese, Japanese, Russian), Journalism & Mass Communication, Library & Information Science, Law, Education, Pharmacy, Physical Education.

I. Compulsory papers:
         Paper I
         Paper II
II. Optional paper (any one)
         Paper III
         Paper IV
         Paper V
III. Dissertation
(Mini thesis based on experimental or theoretical or analytical or survey work)
Paper Code
Papers /
Max. Marks
Theory Seminar Total
M.Phil. 01
Paper I 80 20 100
M.Phil. 02
Paper II 80 20 100
M.Phil. 03
Paper III 80 20 100
M.Phil. 04
Dissertation 150 50 200

The minimum pass marks shall be 40% in each paper and dissertation, separately and 50% in aggregate. The candidates securing 60% or above marks will be declared as passed with merit.

Application Form of PhD Sample Question Paper