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01 August 202131 July 20243 Years5 June 2021
Course Start Date01 August 2021
Course End Date31 July 2024
Duration3 Years
Last Date to Apply5 June 2021

Programme Fee (Yearly) : Rs 3.50 Lacs

Programme Details

JSGP is a research-driven school and is dedicated to generating ideas and knowledge about, and practices of democratized development. JSGP is engaging with the contemporary policy environment, which demand new imaginations, new methodologies and revitalised ethics. Through national and international collaborations, it promotes interdisciplinary studies, joint teaching and research programmes, and develops comparative perspective on global policy issues. JSGP offer students a well-grounded theoretical education and exposes them to the field in both rural and urban contexts and actual institutional mechanisms. JSGP regularly invite academicians, activists, senior civil servants, politicians, NGOs workers, policymakers from UN and other international organisations to deliver lectures and interact with students and faculty.

  • Urban Studies
  • Public Health
  • Law and institutions
  • Governance and Public Institutions
  • Mechanism Design and Auctions
  • Banking and Monetary policy
  • Rural Studies
  • Programme Evaluation
  • Industrial Economics, Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Gender Studies

  • Master’s Degree in a discipline relevant to the proposed research with at least 55% marks or equivalent grade.
  • Applicants with more than 3 years industry/ teaching/ practicing/ managerial/ professional experience will be given preference.
  • Relaxation of 5% of marks, from 55% to 50%, or an equivalent relaxation of grade, may be allowed for those belonging to SC/ST/Differently-Abled categories or for those who had obtained their Master’s degree prior to 19th September, 1991. The eligibility marks of 55% (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed) and the relaxation of 5% to the categories mentioned above are permissible based only on the qualifying marks without including the grace mark procedures.

Applicants shall be admitted to the Ph.D Program under one of the following categories:

  • Full-time Ph.D Student(with or without fellowship)
“means a person enrolled in the Ph.D Program devoting full-time to completing the requirements of the degree.”
  • Part-Time Ph.D Student (without fellowship)
“means a person who is registered in the Ph.D Program devoting part of his/ her time for completing the requirements of the degree while discharging other employment obligations.”

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Admissions Helpline

Ms. Rekha Vashisth

Admission Counsellor, Admissions and Outreach

: +91-7027850289

: rvashisth@jgu.edu.in

Programme Details

Objectives

JSGP is a research-driven school and is dedicated to generating ideas and knowledge about, and practices of democratized development. JSGP is engaging with the contemporary policy environment, which demands new imaginations, new methodologies and revitalized ethics. Through national and international collaborations, it promotes interdisciplinary studies, joint teaching and research programmes, and develops comparative perspective on global policy issues. JSGP offer students a well-grounded theoretical education and exposes them to the field in both rural and urban contexts and actual institutional mechanisms. JSGP regularly invites academicians, activists, senior civil servants, politicians, NGOs workers, policymakers from UN and other international organizations to deliver lectures and interact with students and faculty.

Broad areas of Research

  • Urban Studies
  • Public Health
  • Law and Institutions
  • Governance and Public Institutions
  • Mechanism Design and Auctions
  • Banking and Monetary Policy
  • Rural Studies
  • Programme Evaluation
  • Industrial Economics, Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Gender Studies

Eligibility Criterion

Applicants shall be admitted to the Ph.D. Programme under one of the following categories:

  • Full-time Ph.D. Student (with or without fellowship)
    “means a person enrolled in the Ph.D. Programme devoting full-time to completing the requirements of the degree.”
  • Part-Time Ph.D. Student (without fellowship)
    “means a person who is registered in the Ph.D. Programme devoting part of his/ her time for completing the requirements of the degree while discharging other employment obligations.”

Categories of Admission

Applicants shall be admitted to the Ph.D. Programme under one of the following categories:

  • Full-time Ph.D. Student (with or without fellowship)
    “means a person enrolled in the Ph.D. Programme devoting full-time to completing the requirements of the degree.”
  • Part-Time Ph.D. Student (without fellowship)
    “means a person who is registered in the Ph.D. Programme devoting part of his/ her time for completing the requirements of the degree while discharging other employment obligations.”

Application Procedure

Duration of the Course

The minimum and maximum period of study and research shall be three years and six years respectively from the date of registration of the student.

Credit Requirement & Coursework Details

       Jindal School of Government and Public Policy (JSGP)

Sem 1_ODS courses

Credit

 

*Core / Foundational courses from School (Any 2)

Credit

Quantitative Research Methods

3

 

Core / Foundational Course 1

2

Qualitative research Methods

3

 

Core / Foundational Course 2

2

Academic Writing

3

 

Core / Foundational Course 3

2

Research and Publication Ethics

2

 

 

 

Total

11

 

Total

4

 

 

 

Elective 1 from area of specialization

3

 

 

 

Elective 2 from area of specialization

3

 

 

 

Total

6

Overall  Total Credit

21

Fee Structure & Fellowship Details

Timeline

Important Dates

Dates

Spring

Fall

Last Date to apply

10th October

5th June

Research Aptitude Test

31st October

15th June

Interview Dates

1st November – 15th November

16th – 25th June

Final List of Shortlisted candidates

1st December

1st July

Admission Helpline

Contact Person

Email ID

Mobile No

Ms. Heena Arya

harya@jgu.edu.in

+91-8396907333

Admissions Helpline

Ms. Rekha Vashisth

Admission Counsellor, Admissions and Outreach

: +91-7027850289

: rvashisth@jgu.edu.in