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INDIRA GANDHI TECHNOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY Established under Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical

Sciences University Act 2012, Government of Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro - 791120, Arunachal Pradesh, India

WORLD ACADEMY OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (WARD)


A Constituent Unit of Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh

Liaison Office : A 16, Paryavaran Complex, South of Saket, New Delhi - 110030

Message from the Vice Chancellor Dr. S.N. Pandey I am pleased to welcome the research scholars contemplating to join the Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh which has been established under the provisions of Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh Act 2012 (Act 6 of 2012) of the Government of Arunachal Pradesh. Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh Act 2012 received the assent of the Governor of Arunachal Pradesh on 26th May 2012 and got published in the State Gazette of Arunachal Pradesh on 30th May 2012. Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh has launched its research based programmes leading to Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Doctor of Literature (D.Litt.), Doctor of Science (D.Sc.), Doctor of Music (D.Mus.), Doctor of Laws (LL.D.), Doctor of Oriental Learning (DOL), Doctor of Hygiene (D.Yh.), Doctor of Education (Ed.D.), Doctor of Engineering (Eng.D.) with a view to helping the young boys and girls from Arunachal Pradesh in particular and from other States and Union Territories of India in general with the main objective of innovative and applied research to be conducted for benefiting all sectors related to rural and urban employment, science and technology, health, medical and paramedical sciences, educational planning and administration, juridical studies, social sciences and other employment centric fields for the optimum development of our country. Those having professional qualifications like B.Tech., MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS, BUMS etc. are also eligible for joining the Ph.D. Degree programme provided they have excellent performance in the Bachelors Degree. The World Academy of Research and Development (WARD) under the aegis of Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh have planned for optimising the existing budgets on research and development activities besides stopping the duplication of efforts through a neological as well as neocratic approach to literary, social, cultural, technical, medical, economic and positive research. I am sure that this unique effort for preparing a competent cadre of young professionals qualified with specialised research degrees will go a long way in filling up the gap between the demand and supply of expert academicians required to be absorbed in the university level institutions. Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh Dr. S.N. Pandey

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (Ph.D.)


Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) is used in the original Greek sense meaning the pursuit of in depth knowledge. A Ph.D. is an advanced academic degree awarded by universities. In most English-speaking countries, the Ph.D. is the highest degree one can earn, although in some countries like USA, India, UK, Ireland and other Commonwealth Countries, Higher Doctorates (D.Litt., D.Sc., LL.D., DOL, Eng.D., Ed.D., D.Mus.) are also awarded. The Ph.D. or equivalent has become a requirement for a career as a university professor or researcher in most fields. The Doctorate was extended to Philosophy in the European Universities in the Middle Ages. At that time all academic disciplines outside the professional fields of theology, medicine and law came under the broad heading of Philosophy. According to Wellington, Bathmaker, Hunt, McCullough and Sikes (2005), the first Doctor of Philosophy Degree was awarded in Paris in 1150, but the Degree did not acquire its modern status as an advanced research Degree until the early nineteenth century, following the practice in Germany. Prior to the nineteenth century, professional Doctoral Degrees could only be awarded in theology, law, or medicine. In 1861, Yale University adopted the German practice, first introduced in the 19th century at the Berlin University for granting the Degree, abbreviated as Dr. Phil., to younger students who had completed a prescribed course of graduate study and successfully defended a thesis/dissertation containing original research in science or in the humanities. From the United States of America, the Degree spread to Canada in 1900, and then to the United Kingdom in 1917. This displaced the existing Doctor of Philosophy Degree in some universities; for instance, the D.Phil. at the University of St. Andrews was discontinued and replaced with the Ph.D. The Oxford University retained the D.Phil. abbreviation for their research degrees. Some newer UK universities, for example Buckingham (est. 1976), Sussex (est. 1961), and, until a few years ago, York (est. 1963), chose to adopt the D.Phil., as did some universities in New Zealand. ELIGIBILITY The detailed requirements for award of a Ph.D. Degree vary throughout the world. In some countries (the US, Canada, Denmark, for example), most universities require coursework in addition to research for Ph.D. Degrees. In many other countries (such as the UK) there is generally no such condition. It is not uncommon, however, for individual universities or departments to specify additional requirements for students not already in possession of a Masters Degree or equivalent or higher. This process differs greatly from other Doctoral degrees such as the Juris Doctor JD or the Medical Doctor MD. The Ph.D. may be earned in as little as 60 credits while the JD requires 85 credits and the MD requires about 90 credits. In India, the M.Phil. (pre Ph.D.) and Ph.D. Degrees are regulated through the University Grants Commission (Minimum Standards & Procedure for Award of M.Phil. / Ph.D. Degree) Regulation 2009. In countries requiring coursework, there is usually a prescribed minimum amount of study, typically two to three years full time, or a set number of credit hours which must take place before submission of a Thesis. This requirement is usually waived for those submitting a portfolio of peer-reviewed published work. The candidate may also be required to successfully complete a certain number of additional and advanced courses relevant to his or her area of specialization. A candidate must submit a Thesis or Dissertation consisting of a suitable

Olin Levi Warner, Research holding the torch of knowledge (1896). Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building Washington, D.C.

Research can be defined as the search for knowledge or as any systematic investigation with an open mind to establish novel facts.

Practice based research can take form when creative works are considered both the research and the object of research itself.

body of original academic research, which is in principle worthy of publication in a peer-refereed context. In many countries a candidate must defend this work before a panel of expert examiners appointed by the university; in other countries, the dissertation is examined by a panel of expert examiners who stipulate whether the dissertation is in principle passable and the issues that need to be addressed before the dissertation can be passed. Universities in the nonEnglish-speaking world have begun adopting similar standards to those of the Anglophone Ph.D. Degree for their research Doctorates. A Ph.D. student or candidate is conventionally required to study on campus under close supervision. With the popularity of distance education and e-learning technologies, some universities now accept students enrolled into a distance education part-time mode. However, the UGC does not allow the Indian Universities to conduct M.Phil. and Ph.D. Programmes through Distance Education Mode.

It has been recently observed that for developing research in a university, the first step is to foster a research culture.

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY DEGREES ACROSS THE GLOBE


ARGENTINA In Argentina, the admission to a Ph.D. programme at an Argentine University requires the full completion of a Masters Degree or a Licentiates Degree. Non-Argentinian Masters titles are generally accepted into a Ph.D. programme when the Degree comes from a recognized university. Upon completion of at least two years research and course work as a graduate student, a candidate must demonstrate truthful and original contributions to his or her specific field of knowledge within a frame of academic excellence. The Doctoral candidates work should be presented in a dissertation or thesis prepared under the supervision of a Tutor or Director, and reviewed by a Doctoral Committee. This Committee should be composed of examiners that are external to the programme, and at least one of them should also be external to the institution. The Academic Degree of Doctor, respective to the corresponding field of science that the candidate has contributed with original and rigorous research, is received after a successful defence of the candidates dissertation. INDIA In India a Masters Degree is required to gain admission to a Doctoral Programme. The Indian Universities are required to lay down the criteria for the Faculty to be recognized as Research Supervisors for Ph.D. Programmes. The admissions are made through a Entrance Test at the level of the individual university. Upon satisfactory completion of the course work and the research methodology, which shall form part and parcel of the Doctoral Programme, the Scholars shall undertake research work and produce a draft Thesis within a reasonable time, as stipulated by the concerned university. The final Thesis produced by the Doctoral student and submitted to the University shall be evaluated by at least two experts, out of which one shall be from outside the State. It shall be up to the University concerned to have one examiner from outside the country. On receipt of satisfactory evaluation report, the Doctoral student undergoes a viva voce examination which are to be openly defended. Along with the Degree, the University shall issue a Provisional Certificate certifying to the effect that the Degree has been awarded in accordance with the provisions of these regulations of the University Grants Commission (UGC). Some of the IITs and other universities and institutions of national importance do admit those who have completed B.Tech. / MBBS / BDS / BHMS / BAMS / BUMS into the Ph.D. Degree programmes if they secure more than 60% marks in the Bachelor's Degree.

One of the characteristics of artistic research is that it must accept subjectivity as opposed to the classical scientific methods.

The word research derives from the french recherche, from rechercher, to search closely where chercher means to look for or to search

Scientific research relies on the application of the scientific method, a harnessing of curiosity providing scientific information and theories for the explanation of the nature and the properties of the world around us.

GERMANY In Germany an advanced Degree (Master, Diploma, Magister or Staatsexamen) and above-average grades are often required to gain admission to a Doctoral Programme. The Degree should usually be in a related field. The candidate must also find a tenured Professor or Privatdozent to serve as the formal Advisor and Supervisor (Betreuer) of the Dissertation throughout the Doctoral Programme. This Supervisor is informally referred to as Doktorvater/Doktormutter. Doctoral programmes in Germany generally take one to four years usually three, up to five in Engineering to complete, strongly depending on the subject. There are usually no formal classes or lectures to attend, and the Doctoral candidate mainly conducts independent research under the tutelage of a single Professor or Advisory Committee. This is a considerable difference from the situation in many other countries (such as the U. S.), where Doctoral candidates are often referred to as PhD Students and have some formal curriculum. For German Doctoral candidates, this rather inaccurate term should be avoided, because they do not take formal courses, but are often considered a full member of staff. A good deal of Doctoral candidates work as teaching or research assistants, and are paid a reasonably competitive salary. However, external funding by research organisations and foundations is also common. Furthermore, many universities have established research-intensive Graduiertenkollegs, which are graduate schools that provide funding for doctoral theses. OTHER COUNTRIES In German-speaking countries, most Eastern European countries, the former Soviet Union, most parts of Africa, Asia, and many Spanish-speaking countries the corresponding Degree is simply called Doctor (Doktor), and is distinguished by subject area with a Latin suffix (e.g. Dr. Med. for Doctor Medicinae, Dr. Rer. Nat for Doctor Rerum Naturalium Doctor of Natural Science, Dr. Phil. for Doctor Philosophiae, Dr. Jur. for Doctor Juris, etc.). In the former Soviet Union, the Doctor of Sciences is the higher of two sequential post-graduate degrees, with Candidate of Sciences being universally accepted as the equivalent of the Ph.D., while the Doctorate is a (Full) Professors or Academicians separate and subsequent Degree, indicating that the holder is a distinguished, honoured, and outstanding member of the scientific community. It is rarely awarded to those younger than late middle age or lacking in achievement and is a symbol of success in an academic career. ITALY The Dottorato di Ricerca (Research Doctorate) is an academic title awarded at the end of a course of not less than three years, admission to which is based on entrance examinations. Doctorate courses are open, without age or citizenship limits, to all those who already hold a Degree or similar academic title awarded abroad which has been recognised as equivalent to an Italian Degree by the Committee responsible for the entrance examinations. The number of places on offer each year and details of the entrance examinations are set out in the examination announcement. NEW ZEALAND From January 2006, all international PhD students studying in New Zealand only need to pay for domestic tuition fee. Each New Zealand University sets its own fees for each PhD course. But in rough terms, Chinese Ph.D.
Innovation is an important aspect of the study of economics, business, entrepreneurship, design, technology, sociology and engineering. Innovation is also considered as a major driver of the economy and productivity.

Research is often conducted using the hourglass model structure of research starting with a broad spectrum for research focussing on the required information through the methodology of the project and then expanding the research in the form of discussion.

Innovation is a change in the thought process for doing something or the useful application of new inventions or discoveries or findings.

candidates accepted for the programme can expect to save at least more than NZD 16,000 per year in tuition fees. PhD tuition fees under the new system are likely to be in the range of 5,500-6,500 NZD per student per year. The successful candidates going to study in NZ are also allowed to take their partners and children with them. Their partners can apply for work permit while in NZ, and their children at school age can enjoy domestic-level school. The general requirements for admission including, a research based Masters Degree or Bachelors Degree with Honours in 1st Class. Exception may be granted subject to the individual requirements of each Department at the University. POLAND A Doctoral Degree (pl. Doktor), abbreviated to Ph.D. (pl. Dr) is an Advanced Academic Degree awarded by universities in most fields as well as by the Polish Academy of Sciences, regulated by the Polish Parliament Acts and the Government Orders in particular by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Republic of Poland. Commonly, students with a Masters Degree or equivalent are accepted to a Doctoral Entrance Examination. The title of Ph.D. is awarded to a scientist who has completed a minimum of 4 years of Ph.D. studies, finished his/her theoretical and/or laboratorys scientific work, passed all Ph.D. examinations, submitted his/her dissertation - a document presenting the authors research and findings, and successfully defended his/her Doctoral Thesis. Typically, upon completion, the candidate undergoes an oral examination, always public, by his/her Supervisory Committee with expertise in the given discipline. Ph.D. Degree is often a preliminary step toward a PostDoc career. SPAIN Doctoral Degrees are regulated by Royal Decree (R.D. 778/1998), Real Decreto (in Spanish). They are granted by the University on behalf of the King, and its Diploma has the force of a Public Document. The Ministry of Science keeps a National Registry of Theses called TESEO. According to the National Institute of Statistics (INE), less than 5% of MSc Degree holders are admitted to PhD Programmes, and less than 10% of first-year PhD students are finally granted a Doctorate title. All Doctoral Programmes are of a research nature. A minimum of 5 years of study is required, divided into 2 stages: 1. A 3-year-long period of studies, which concludes with a public dissertation presented to a panel of 3 Professors. If the project receives approval from the university, he/she will receive a Diploma de Estudios Avanzados (part qualified Doctor). 2. A 2-year (or longer) period of research. Extensions may be requested for up to 10 years. The student must write his/her thesis presenting a new discovery or original contribution to Science. If approved by his/her Thesis Director, the study will be presented to a panel of 5 distinguished scholars. Any Doctor attending the public presentations is allowed to challenge the candidate with questions on his/her research. If approved, he/she will receive the doctorate. Four marks can be granted (Unsatisfactory, Pass, Cum laude, and Summa cum laude). Those Doctors granted their Degree Summa Cum Laude are allowed to apply for an Extraordinary Award. A Doctorate Degree is required to apply to a teaching position at the University. The social standing of Doctors in Spain is evidenced by the fact that only
Innovation leading to increased productivity is the fundamental source of increasing wealth in an economy.

Innovation is linked to performance and growth through improvements in efficiency, productivity, quality, competitive positioning, market shares etc.

Invention is the embodiment of something new. While both invention and innovation have uniqueness implications, innovation also carries an undertone of profitability and market performance expectation. An improvement on an existing form or embodiment, or composition or processes might be an invention, an innovation or both or neither if it is not substantial enough.

Ph.D. holders, Grandees and Dukes can take seat and cover their heads in the presence of the King. All Doctoral Degree holders are reciprocally recognized as equivalent in Germany and Spain (Bonn Agreement of Nov. 14, 1994). UNITED KINGDOM Universities admit applicants to Ph.D. Programmes on case-by-case bases; depending on the university, admission is typically conditional on the prospective student having successfully completed an undergraduate degree with at least upper second-class honours, or a postgraduate Masters Degree, but requirements can vary. In the case of the University of Oxford, for example, The one essential condition of being accepted...is evidence of previous academic excellence, and of future potential. Commonly, students are first accepted on to an M.Phil. programme and may transfer to Ph.D. regulations upon satisfactory progress and is referred to as APG (Advanced Postgraduate) status. This is typically done after one or two years, and the research work done can potentially count towards the Ph.D. Degree. If a student fails to make satisfactory progress, he or she may be offered the opportunity to write up and submit for an M.Phil. Degree. In addition, Ph.D. students from countries outside the EU/EFTA area are required to comply with the Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS), which involves undergoing a security clearance process with the Foreign Office for certain courses in medicine, mathematics and many natural, engineering and material sciences. This requirement was introduced in 2007 due to concerns about terrorism and weapons proliferation. A New Route Ph.D. programme has been launched by 33 UK universities to prepare students better in their research skills and knowledge. In the United Kingdom Ph.D. Degrees are distinct from other Doctorates, most notably the Higher Doctorates such as D.Litt. (Doctor of Letters) or D.Sc. (Doctor of Science), which are granted on the recommendation of a Committee of Examiners on the basis of a substantial portfolio of submitted (and usually published) research. Recent years have seen the introduction of professional Doctorates, which are the same level as Ph.Ds but are not solely academic, combining academic research, a taught comoponent and a professional qualification. These are most notably in the fields of Engineering (Eng.D.), Education (Ed.D.), Occupational Psychology (D.Occ Psych.) Clinical Psychology (D.Clin.Psych.), Public Administration (D.P.A.), Business Administration (D.B.A.), and Music (D Mus). These typically have a more formal taught component consisting of smaller research projects, as well as a 40,00060,000 word thesis component, which collectively is equivalent to that of a Ph.D. Degree. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA In the United States, the Ph.D. Degree is the Highest Academic Degree awarded by universities in most fields of study. The Ph.D. Degree is often misunderstood to be synonymous with the term Doctorate. While the Ph.D. Degree is the most common Doctorate, the term Doctorate can refer to any number of Doctoral Degrees in the United States. The U.S. Department of Education and the National Science Foundation recognize numerous Doctoral Degrees as equivalent, and do not discriminate between them. In law, for example, the Degree of Doctor of Juridical Science (J.S.D.) as the equivalent

Innovation succeeds from strategic structures that engage the individual to the organisation's benefit.

Innovation pivots on intrinsically motivated individuals, within a supportive culture, informed by a broad sense of the future.

Many scholars claim that there is a great bias towards the science and technology mode while the "learning by doing, using and interacting mode" is widely ignored. For an example, that means you can have the better high tech or software, but there are also crucial learning tasks important for innovation, but these measurements and researches are rarely done.

to the Ph.D. American students typically undergo a series of three phases in the course of their work toward the Ph.D. Degree. The first phase consists of coursework in the students field of study and requires one to three years to complete. This often is followed by a preliminary, a comprehensive examination, or a series of cumulative examinations where the emphasis is on breadth rather than depth of knowledge. The student is often later required to pass oral and written examinations in the field of specialization within the discipline, and here, depth is emphasized. Some Ph.D. programmes require the candidate to successfully complete requirements in pedagogy (taking courses on higher level teaching and teaching undergraduate courses). Another two to four years are usually required for the composition of a substantial and original contribution to human knowledge in the form of a written Dissertation, which in the social sciences and humanities typically ranges from 50 to 450 pages in length. In many cases, depending on the discipline, a Dissertation consists of (i) a comprehensive literature review, (ii) an outline of methodology, and (iii) several chapters of scientific, social, historical, philosophical, or literary analysis. Typically, upon completion, the candidate undergoes an oral examination, sometimes public, by his or her supervisory committee with expertise in the given discipline. REGISTRATION FOR DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (Ph.D.) DEGREE AT INDIRA GANDHI TECHNOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY, ARUNACHAL PRADESH Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh has framed its own guidelines for admission to the Ph.D. Degree in the light of the UGC (Minimum Standards and Procedure for Award of Ph.D. Degree) Regulations 2009. ELIGIBILITY : A Master's Degree in the relevant subject. Those having M.Phil. Degrees will be preferred. Those having B.Tech. / MBBS / BDS / BHMS / BUMS / BAMS may also be directly admitted to the Ph.D. Degree if they have secured more than 60% marks and after getting selected in the entrance examination. DURATION : Two to Five Years. SELECTION : The Ph.D. Scholars are selected on the basis of an Online / Offline Entrance Examination conducted by the Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University at different locations in India. ADMISSION : The selected candidates will be required to submit a synopsis in consultation with his/her Research Supervisor. Based on the clearance from the Research Board of the University, admissions will be confirmed by also notifying the specific topic for research selected by the Research Scholar who will start researching on the notified topic. FEE : The selected candidates will be required to pay the tuition and other fee as mentioned below : Rupees Admission and Registration Fee 10,125.00 Tuition, Guidance and Monitoring Fee (Payable in 2 Instalments) 1,20,000.00 Psychometric Analysis, Examination and Evaluation Fee 15,000.00 Total 1,45,125.00
Out of the above mentioned amount, Rs. 70,125 has to be as the first instalment of fee in the name of "Indira Gandhi world and universe should be researched Technological and Medidcal Sciences University" payable at New Delhi within a month from the date of the selection of the candidate. The second instalment of Rs. 60,000 is to be paid in the second year. The Examination and Evaluation with a view to optimising the available natural resources around us. Fee of Rs. 15,000 is to be paid while submitting the Doctoral Thesis after two years from the date of registration.

The primary purpose of applied research is discovering and interpreting.

Networking is required for development of systems and advancement of knowledge.

A wider variety of scientific matters of our

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Guidelines and Regulations


FULL TIME, REGULAR / PART TIME EXTERNAL Ph.D. REGISTRATION INTRODUCTION Established in the year 2012 under the provisions of Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh Act 2012 (Act 6 of 2012) passed by the State Legislature of Arunachal Pradesh, Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh is pioneer in designing new programmes at the Bachelor's, Master's as well as Doctoral levels in the emerging fields. Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh has great pleasure in bringing out the present scheme "Full Time Regular / Part Time External Registration for Ph.D." to the thousands of aspirants across the country and abroad who, otherwise have no opportunity, for want of a Guide or Supervisor in the Region for registration. Under this unique scheme, the aspiring candidates satisfying the eligibility criteria any where in India or abroad can register under a Research Supervisor, registered at Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh under the scheme. A candidate can also choose any Guide/Supervisor outside the Pool of Research Supervisors satisfying the required eligibility conditions. The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) is awarded to a candidate who, as per these regulations, has submitted a Doctoral Thesis on the basis of original and independent research in any particular discipline/inter-disciplinary area that makes a contribution to the advancement of knowledge, which is approved by suitably appointed examiners as required. ELIGIBILITY For purposes of admission to the Ph.D. programme a candidate should have obtained a Master's Degree in the discipline in which he / she wants to register for Ph.D. programme with a minimum of 50% marks (5% relaxation for SC/ ST Candidates) in the qualifying examinations under (10+2+3+2) system. Further as per UGC regulations, the candidate who has acquired less than 55% (50% in the case of SC / ST candidates) has to give an undertaking that he / she is not eligible for teaching positions. Candidates residing / working anywhere in India or abroad working in Educational or other Institutions are eligible for registration. The candidate should have a Master's Degree or M.Phil. Degree in the subject of any University recognized by the University Grants Commission / Association of Indian Universities for Part time External Registration for Ph.D. programme offered by Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh. Any Chartered Accountant / Cost Accountant / Company Secretary with a minimum of three years of experience after obtaining their professional qualification is eligible for Ph.D. registration in Commerce/Management discipline. Candidates satisfying the eligibility criteria can register for Ph.D. programmes in Arts, Science, Humanities, Commerce, Management, Engineering, Medical Sciences and Laws, under a guide who can be chosen from a Pool of Research Supervisors maintained by the University.

Exploratory, constructive and empirical research help in identifying new problems, developing solutions to a problem and tests the feasibility of a solution.

In many disciplines and applied sciences, the research methodologies depend on the properties of the subject matter.

While qualitative research is the understanding of human behaviour and the reasons that governed such behaviour, quantitative research is the systematic empirical investigation of quantitative properties and phenomena and their relationships.

There is no age limit for the candidate. Applications for admission to Ph.D. programme will be received throughout the year based on their selection after being scruitinized through online / offline. After processing, the candidates will be given provisional registration for Ph.D. from the forthcoming first working day of each month. REGISTRATION FOR THE Ph.D. PROGRAMME The following candidates are eligible to register for the Full Time, Regular / Part Time External Registration for Ph.D. Programme. A candidate who has qualified for the Master's Degree or M.Phil. Degree in the Faculties of Arts, Science, Humanities, Commerce, Management, Engineering, Medical Science and Laws of this University or any University recognized by the University Grants Commission or Association of Indian Universities. In the case of Interdisciplinary candidates, permission may be granted to the candidates by the university subject to the following conditions: a) The candidate should submit along with the application for Ph.D., remarks of the Research Supervisor for registration under interdisciplinary subject. The application will be scrutinized for approval by the Part Time External Registration Committee b) The Guide / Supervisor should have obtained approval from the University to Guide / Supervise the interdisciplinary subjects. c) The Degree will be awarded in the name of the interdisciplinary subject and also the word "Interdisciplinary in subject" should be mentioned in the Degree Certificates along with title of the Thesis. For Interdisciplinary subjects, the Research Supervisor will be from the discipline of the candidate (Eligibility Discipline). A Co-Guide will be appointed in the Interdisciplinary subject. DURATION OF RESEARCH A candidate who has registered for Ph.D. programme on Full Time, Regular / Part Time External Registration with Post Graduate qualification shall work for a minimum period of two years and a maximum period of six years. ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS The Scholar (the candidate) should present his / her research work in the Doctoral Committee at least twice in an year. Every six months there will be a Doctoral Committee Meeting. The candidate should present his / her progress report before the Committee and adhere to the remarks of the Committee to show further progress. Before submission of the synopsis, the candidate should present his / her progress before the Doctoral Committee and he / she has to go by the advice of the Committee to incorporate / modify / further work, etc. for the Thesis and then submit the Synopsis. DOCTORAL COMMITTEE The Doctoral Committee will consist of the concerned University HoD or Faculty nominated by the HoD who is an approved Guide / Supervisor, the outside subject expert nominated by the Vice Chancellor and the Supervisor. APPLICATION FOR PROVISIONAL REGISTRATION A Candidate shall apply in the prescribed application Format available in the website. Along with the application (Admission and Registration Fee Rs.10,125/- and Annual Fee Rs. 60,000/-) a Demand Draft for Rs. 70,125/ - taken in a nationalized or a scheduled bank shall be enclosed. The Second Year Fee is Rs.60,000/- for candidates in India.

Research work focuses on refuting or supporting theories that explain how this world operates, what makes things happen, why social relations are a certain way, and why society changes.

Research is the source of most new scientific ideas and ways of thinking about the world.

Research can be exploratory, descriptive or principles and theories which may not be immediately utilised; although these are the foundations of modern progress and development in different fields. Today's computing techniques could not exist without the pure research in maths.

The Annual Fee for Chartered Accountants / Cost Accountants / Company Secretaries is Rs.70,000/-. For Foreign candidates (by residing or by employment) the Annual Fee will be US $4000 (Four Thousand Dollars) per annum. For candidates in India they should appear in person. The Research Supervisor should be present at the time of counselling of the candidate for admission / registration. For Foreign candidates counselling will be done through video conferencing. Separate Committees may be formed for video conferencing of Foreign candidates. Every applicant who satisfies all the eligibility conditions prescribed, shall be called for counselling before the Doctoral Committee and after approval by the University shall be provisionally registered for the Ph.D. programme. INSTITUTIONS WHERE RESEARCH CAN BE DONE A candidate may be permitted to pursue research leading to the award of the Ph.D. Degree where the supervisor is working / the candidate has access to pursue research. The venue of Public Viva-Voce Examination will be decided in consultation with the Guide / Supervisor. The Viva-Voce Examination can be conducted through Video Conferencing also for Foreign candidates in case they are unable to come to India. SUPERVISOR FOR RESEARCH Every Scholar registered for the Ph.D. programme shall work under the continuous supervision of a recognized Research Supervisor. The Research Supervisor should be a Teacher / Researcher / Scientist / in an Educational / Research Institution in India and recognized by a University / Government or retired from such a position. The candidate for registration / recognition as Research Supervisor should apply in the prescribed Format available in the University's Website. The candidate if recognized for Ph.D. guidance by a recognized University in India shall attach a copy of the Certificate with the application. Otherwise the Part Time External Registration Committee will consider to recognize the candidates as Research Supervisors if he / she has completed five years of service and with Ph.D. Degree or one year service after getting the Ph.D. Degree. The names, addresses and other particulars, as decided by the Full Time, Regular / Part Time External Registration Committee, of Research Supervisors, registered by the University under the scheme will be published in the University Website. Application for registration as Research Supervisor may be submitted throughout the year. The University will pay to Research Supervisor a honourarium of Rs.2500/- per year for each candidate registered under him/her irrespective of whether the candidate is from India or Abroad. The Research Supervisor should be present at the time of counseling (first Doctoral Committee meeting) of candidates for admission for Registration. A Research Supervisor has to give an undertaking that he/she will not exploit the candidate monetarily or for any other personal benefit for offering guidance and supervision. If such things are proved, the recognition of Guideship will be cancelled and the same will be informed to the Employer and other Universities. The candidate will then be allotted to some other Guide / Supervisor. POOL OF RESEARCH SUPERVISORS The applications of the Research Supervisors will be scrutinized by the Full Time, Regular / Part Time External Registration Committee. After approval by the Committee the applicant will be registered as a Research Supervisor under the scheme and the names of Registered Research Supervisors will be published in the University Website under the Pool of Research Supervisors.

Research rarely helps practitioners directly with their every day concerns.

Research stimulates new ways of thinking about deviance that have the potential to revolutionise and improve the system.

A new idea or fundamental knowledge is not generated without researching to build new knowledge system.

Research is essential for nourishing the expansion of knowledge.

NUMBER OF CANDIDATES UNDER A SUPERVISOR The maximum number of candidates registered for the Ph.D. programme under this programme will be 5 (five), irrespective of the number of candidates registered in other schemes. CHANGE OF SUPERVISORS AND TRANSFER OF SCHOLARS (i) Transfer of Ph.D. Scholars from one Supervisor to another Supervisor can be effected by the Part Time External Registration Committee on the merit of the case. (ii) The Supervisor who wishes to avail leave / lien / deputation beyond a period of six months shall nominate a Co-guide in the concerned subject for the candidate registered with him / her and the fact intimated to the University in advance. CHANGE OF TOPIC / SPECIALIZATION Change of topic of research by the candidate is permitted in exceptional cases. The time limit fixed for change of topic of research in the Ph.D. Programme is as follows: Within six months from the date of registration, in case of candidates registered with Master's Degree qualification and within nine months from the date of registration, in case of candidates registered with M.Phil. qualification. CANCELLATION OF THE Ph.D. REGISTRATION (a) In case of candidates who do not possess an M.Phil. Degree and have not passed Part I course work of the Ph.D. in the relevant subject within two years, their registration shall be cancelled by the University on the expiry of such period. (b) In case of such cancellation, the candidate shall be intimated about the grounds on which the registration is being proposed for cancellation. (c) In case of any representation from the candidate, the Registrar shall refer the matter to the Full Time, Regular / Part Time External Registration Committee which may either suggest cancellation or change of the Supervisor depending on the merit of the case. EXAMINATION AND EVALUATION PART I: Course Work, Examination and Evaluation (i) Every candidate provisionally registered for the Ph.D. Programme shall undergo course work in the first year. The course work consists of the following: Written Papers (under Part I) Paper I : Research Methodology (Research methods of concerned discipline) Paper II : An advanced paper in the subject concerned Paper III : Background (special) Paper related to his / her Ph.D. Work. (Pertaining to the area of specialization chosen by the candidate under a Guide/Supervisor) The syllabi for Papers I, II, III will be framed by the Guides Committee and approved by the Board of Studies in Research and the Standing Committee on Academic Affairs. Candidates, who have completed M.Phil. in a particular discipline, shall be exempted from Part I of the Ph.D. programme, provided the candidate has registered for the Ph.D. programme in the same discipline. (ii) Thesis (under Part II) Each candidate shall be required to choose a research problem in his / her chosen area of research specialization and submit a Thesis incorporating the results of his / her investigation, carried out under the supervision of a recognized Supervisor. PART - II: SUBMISSION OF SYNOPSIS AND THESIS SUBMISSION OF SYNOPSIS a) The candidates shall submit to the University, through his / her Supervisor, six copies of the Synopsis of the Thesis proposed to be submitted by him / her, along with the prescribed fees, certificates etc, before three months but not earlier than six months of the date of submission of the Thesis. b) While forwarding the Synopsis, the Supervisor shall submit to the University, in a sealed cover, the prescribed panels of Examiners with brief Curriculum- Vitae which must contain Email IDs for evaluating the Thesis and for the conduct of the Viva-Voce examination.

c) Extension of time for submission of Ph.D. Thesis will be granted up to a maximum period of two years on the payment of the fees prescribed from time to time. Such extension will be granted for a duration of six months in the first instance and additional three six monthly extensions may be granted, making a total of two years in exceptional cases with the recommendation of the supervisor. d) Every candidate shall submit with his / her application for the Ph.D. Degree and the Thesis, a declaration by himself / herself and a Certificate from under whom he / she worked, in the prescribed Formats. An extra copy of each of the Certificate and Declaration, has to be submitted along with the Thesis. e) Not less than three months but not before six months of the date of submission of the Thesis, every candidate shall submit to the University through the Supervisor a Synopsis (six copies) of the proposed Thesis together with the prescribed Application Form along with the prescribed fee. The candidate shall inform the probable date of submission of his / her Thesis in the Application. The synopsis shall not exceed 20 typewritten or printed pages (one side only of A4 size). f) A Panel of Examiners for the adjudication of the Thesis as prescribed must be submitted by the Supervisor in a sealed cover without which the Synopsis shall not be accepted by the Controller of Examinations. g) Before submission of Thesis, the candidate should present his / her progress before the Doctoral Committee and he / she has to go by the advice of the Committee to incorporate / modify / further work, etc for the Thesis and then submit the Thesis. h) Not later than six months after the submission of the Synopsis and after the expiry of the minimum period of research prescribed, every candidate shall submit five copies of the Thesis embodying the results of the research carried out by him / her along with the prescribed Application Fee. SUBMISSION OF THESIS The title of the Synopsis and title of the Thesis shall invariably be the same. a) The title page of the Thesis, Cover Format, etc., should strictly conform to the Format of presentation as prescribed and the Thesis (all copies) should carry a Declaration by the candidate and Certificate duly signed and issued by the Supervisor. b) The Ph.D. Thesis / Synopsis may generally be written in English (for subjects other than languages). However the Thesis may be written in Hindi or in any other regional language provided a translated copy of the Abstract/Summary and the full Thesis in English are also appended. c) Candidates with only Post Graduate qualification shall be permitted to submit their Thesis, within the period of six years but after two years from the date of Registration. d) Extension of time for submission of Ph.D. Thesis will be granted up to a maximum period of two years on the payment of the fees prescribed from time to time. Such extension will be granted for a duration of six months in the first instance and additional three six monthly extensions may be granted, making a total of two years in exceptional cases with the recommendation of the Supervisor. e) Every Candidate shall submit with his / her application for the Ph.D.
Research in the areas of emerging technologies should be funded by the public authorities as well as charitable organisations all over the world.

Artistic research is very essential as it is a debatable body of thought.

New researches offer an alternative to the conventional researches in its search for the sake of acquisition of knowledge as well as truth.

Degree and the Thesis, a Declaration by himself / herself and a Certificate from the Supervisor in the prescribed Formats, given below. An extra copy of each of the Certificate and Declaration, has to be submitted along with the Thesis. FORMAT OF DECLARATION I .........................................................................................hereby declare that the Thesis, entitled........................................................................... submitted to the Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in .......................................... is a record of original and independent research work done by me during ......................................... under the Supervision and Guidance of Dr / Mr. / Ms .................................................. ........................................Department of ...................................................and it has not formed the basis for the award of any Degree / Diploma / Associateship / Fellowship or other similar title to any candidate in any University. Signature of the Candidate FORMAT OF THE CERTIFICATE This is to certify that the Thesis entitled ......................................... ..............................................., submitted to Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in ..................................................... is a record of original research work done by Mr. / Ms........................................... during the period ...................................of his / her study in the Department of................................................at ....................................................... College / Research Institute / Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh), under my supervision and guidance and the Thesis has not formed the basis for the award of any Degree / Diploma / Associate ship / Fellowship or other similar title to any candidate of any University. Countersigned Signature of the Guide / Supervisor

Different ways of measuring innovation have traditionally been based on expenditure, for example, investment in R&D as percentage of GNP.

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Principal / Head of the Department / Director (College) / (University) / (Research Institute) SUBMISSION OF DOCTORAL THESIS BEFORE THE MINIMUM PERIOD PRESCRIBED BY THE UNIVERSITY Notwithstanding anything contained in these regulations regarding the minimum period of research to be put in by candidates before becoming eligible to submit their Thesis for the Degree, it shall be competent for the University, to permit candidates to submit their Thesis earlier by a period of not exceeding six months, provided such requests for earlier submission from candidate is accompanied by: (a) the recommendation of the Supervisor for the relaxation based on the satisfactory completion of the research work for the Thesis topic with evidence that the candidate has been working consistently even prior to his / her provisional registration for the Ph.D. Degree, on the topic of his / her research; and

Innovation can fail if seen as an organisational process whose success stems from a mechanistic approach.

(b) evidence of having completed the required work for the Thesis by way of at least two publications in the topic of Ph.D. research in recognized journals. RE-REGISTRATION Candidates, who have not submitted the Thesis at the end of seven (M.Phil. qualified) / eight years (PG qualified), may choose to re-register under the same Supervisor in the same topic with the prescribed fees. In such instances, the re-registered candidate shall be permitted to submit his / her Thesis after a period of one year but not later than two years. For reregistered candidates with change of Supervisor and / or topic of the Thesis, the required period would be similar to that of freshly registered candidates. ADJUDICATION OF THE Ph.D. THESIS a) For all Ph.D. Thesis the panel must consist of two foreign examiners, four examiners from outside Arunachal Pradesh and two examiners from outside the geographical jurisdiction of Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh. No two examiners shall be from the same institution. b) The examiners to conduct Ph.D. Public Viva-voce examination may be from within the North-East or from Universities situated in other States. c) Only qualified research experts may be considered for appointment as Foreign Examiners for Ph.D. Thesis evaluation. d) The Thesis submitted by the candidate shall be referred for valuation to a Board of Examiners consisting of three persons, of whom two may be from the Panel of Examiners suggested and the third will be the Supervisor. Each Member of the Board shall adjudicate the Thesis and shall submit a detailed Report (in the prescribed form) on the merits and demerits of the Thesis and finally indicate whether the Thesis is "Not commended", "Commended" or "Recommended for resubmission". The evaluation of Thesis, submitted by the candidate who has undertaken his / her research under a Guide and a Co-Guide, be evaluated by the Guide only. e) If the University does not get the Evaluation Report from the examiner even after the second reminder, another examiner shall be appointed in his / her place. f) In case, both Indian and Foreign examiners have not commended the Thesis, the Thesis shall be rejected and the registration cancelled. In case one of the two examiners has not commended the Thesis, the Thesis shall be referred again to a fourth examiner, Indian or Foreign as the case of may be (i.e. if the Thesis is not commended by a foreigner, the fourth examiner shall be a foreigner and if it is not commended by an Indian, the fourth examiner shall be an Indian) In the event of either the Indian or the Foreign examiner rejects the Thesis, till the Report of the other examiner is received, the Thesis should not be sent to the fourth examiner for adjudication. In case, the fourth examiner commends the Thesis, it will be accepted and the candidate shall appear for the Public viva-voce examination. However, if the fourth examiner does not commend the Thesis, the Thesis shall be rejected and the registration cancelled. i) As soon as the reports of evaluation are received from the examiners by the University, they shall be sent to the Guide for consolidation of the Reports.

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Innovations that fail are often potentially good ideas but have been rejected or postponed due to budgetary constraints, lack of skills or poor fit with current goals.

Innovation implies change and can be counter to an organisation's orthodoxy. Space for fair hearing of innovative ideas is required to balance the potential autoimmune exclusion that quells an infant innovative culture. Individuals are the atom of the organisation close to the minutiae of daily activities. Within individuals gritty appreciation matters.

ii) If the examiners insist on corrections to be made in the Thesis, the same shall be made before appearing for the Public viva-voce examination, along with a Certificate from the Supervisor that the corrections have been satisfactorily made. iii) If the examiner (s) suggest a revision and re-submission of the Thesis, then the revised Thesis duly certified by the guide shall be accepted and the candidate shall appear for the viva-voce. iv) In case of a Thesis, which has been not specifically commended or not commended but revision suggested, the Thesis shall be revised and the Thesis duly certified by the Supervisor sent to the examiner who has suggested the revision for obtaining the commendation. v) In case of a Thesis, which has been commended and revision suggested, a Certificate from the Supervisor that the revision is satisfactory, would suffice. g) (i) The candidate whose Thesis has been approved shall submit himself / herself to a Public vivavoce Examination to be conducted by one external Indian Examiner, the Supervisor and the Members of the Department in the subject concerned where he / she conducted research and outside specialists, if any. The venue of the Public viva-voce Examination will be decided in consultation with the Supervisor. The first notification for Ph.D. viva-voce Examination may be issued only after the Examiner - Research Supervisor for the candidate, received the approval to issue the first notice from the University authorities. ii) 15 clear days of notice may be required to be given for issue of second notification from the first notification. 15 clear days may be required to be given for conducting the viva-voce examination from the date of issue of the second notification.

iii) The Supervisor shall fix the date and time of the viva-voce examination in consultation with the external examiner appointed by the University for conducting the viva-voce examination. After conducting the viva-voce examination, the Supervisor shall convey to the University, the result of such examination endorsed by the external examiner. A candidate who is successful in the Public viva-voce examination shall be declared to have qualified for the Ph.D. Degree by the University. iv) A candidate who is not successful at the Public viva-voce examination may be permitted to undergo the viva-voce examination a second time, within a period of three months but not before one month after the first viva-voce. v) The time-limit to resubmit the revised Thesis, as per the suggestions for revision and resubmission of Thesis by the examiner(s) shall not exceed twelve full months.

vi) A candidate shall not ordinarily be permitted to submit the Thesis for the Degree or to take the Public Viva-voce examination on more than two occasions. vii) The Supervisor is to furnish a certificate, as follows, along with the report of the viva-voce examination, in connection with the publication of the Thesis by the candidate, at a later date. CERTIFICATE This is to certify that i) The corrections / modifications suggested by the examiners have been incorporated and ii) Thesis does not have any objectionable material. Hence the Thesis is fit for publication, if the candidate so desires. PUBLICATION OF THE THESIS A Thesis whether approved or not shall not be published in full without the permission of the University and the University may grant permission for the publication under such conditions as it may impose. Provided that a candidate may during the course of his / her research publish papers in standard research journals as advised by his / her supervisor, but the Thesis as a whole shall not be published without obtaining permission of the University. Permission for publication of the Thesis should be obtained within five years of the award of the Degree. CONFERMENT OF THE DEGREE A candidate shall be eligible for the conferment of Ph.D. Degree, if he / she has undergone the prescribed

programme for a period of not less than two years in a Department / Institution of the University and passed all the examinations and fulfils such conditions as have been prescribed therefore. Candidates who qualify for the Ph.D. Degree shall be awarded the Degree in the discipline in which the candidate was registered. In the case of interdisciplinary candidates the Degree will be awarded in the name of the interdisciplinary subject and also the word "Interdisciplinary in Subject" should be mentioned in the Degree Certificate along with the title of the Thesis. For example: A scholar who has Post Graduate Degree in Commerce can register for Ph.D. in Management. The Supervisor who has Ph.D. in Management / a Supervisor from Commerce who has already obtained recognition from the University for guiding Ph.D. in Management can guide the scholar and the Degree will be awarded as Ph.D. in Management.

D.Litt. / D.Sc. / LL.D. / D.Mus. / Eng. D. / Ed.D. / DOL Qualifications


Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh has pleasure in announcing different Post Doctoral Programmes including Doctor of Literature (D.Litt.), Doctor of Science (D.Sc.), Doctor of Laws (LL.D.), Doctor of Music (D.Mus.). Doctor of Engineering (Eng.D.), Doctor of Education (Ed.D.), Doctor of Oriental Learning (DOL) with a view to enabling all those who have already acquired Ph.D. qualifications and are keen to pursue Post Doctoral studies. Eligibility for Doctor of Literature (D.Litt.) : Eligibility for Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) : Eligibility for Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) : Eligibility for Doctor of Music (D.Mus.) : Eligibility for Doctor of Engineering (Eng.D.) : Eligibility for Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) : Eligibility for Doctor of Oriental Learning (DOL) : Ph.D. in the relevant subjects (Arts and Humanities) Ph.D. in the relevant Science subjects Ph.D. in the relevant subject of Juridical Science Ph.D. in the relevant subjects related to Music Ph.D. in the relevant subjects related to Engineering Ph.D. in the relevant subjects related to Education Ph.D. in the relevant subject

The Rules and Regulations / Duration / Fee for D.Litt. / D.Sc. / LL.D. / D.Mus. / Eng. D. / Ed.D. / DOL Degrees will be the same as that of the Ph.D. Degree.

Admission Procedure for Admission to the Doctoral Programmes


All those interested in getting admitted to one of the following Degrees which are conducted under regular full time / part time / external mode are required to complete the following formalities : Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Doctor of Literature (D.Litt.) Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) Doctor of Music (D.Mus.) Doctor of Engineering (Eng.D.) Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) Doctor of Oriental Learning (DOL) Step Number 1 Download the On-line Entrance Examination Form and fill up the same. Step Number 2 Get a Bank Draft made for Rs. 1000 only in the name of Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh payable at New Delhi. Step Number 3 Send the filled up On-line Entrance Examination Form, attach four photographs and other relevant documents and the Bank Draft to the Director of Research, Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh, Liaison Office : A 16, Paryavaran Complex, South of Saket, New Delhi - 110030. Step Number 4 Contact the Director, World Academy of Research and Development (WARD) of Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh (Email : mail@indiragandhiuniversity.in) for appearing in the On-line Entrance Examination.

Step Number 5 Wait for the results of the On-line Entrance Examination. If selected, fill up the Admission Form available on this website. Also get the Guide's / Supervisor's Empanelment Form filled up by your Guide / Supervisor for taking support in the process of selecting the Research Topic and preparing the Synopsis to be submitted to the University. Step Number 6 If the Topic and the Synopsis are approved by the University, the selected candidates will be required to pay the Admission and Registration Fee of Rs. 10,125 besides the First Year fee of Rs. 60,000 in the form of Bank Draft in the name of "Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh" payable at New Delhi. The fee is to be submitted along with all other documents needed to declare the Research Scholars, a Regular participants in the Research Degree selected by the student. Step Number 7 The Research Scholar will be working on the Research Topic under the expert supervision of the Research Guide / Supervisor. Step Number 8 The Progress Report will be submitted every six months and unless four Reports are received and favourably considered by the Research Board, no Thesis will be accepted. Step Number 9 The entire programme will be conducted as detailed in other pages on this website. The Second Year fee of Rs. 60,000 is payable after one year from the date of admission. The Examination and Evaluation fee of Rs. 15,000 is payable to the University while submitting the Doctoral Thesis. Step Number 10 Based on the successful efforts of the research scholars and after adhering to all the rules and regulations, the concerned Research Degree (Ph.D. / D.Litt. / D.Sc. / LL.D. / Eng. D. / Ed.D. / D.Mus. / DOL) will be awarded. Further Information For all other information, please call 08826150164 / 08826150165. Email queries on mail@indiragandhiuniversity.in are welcome. Completed Admission Forms or any other related query may be addressed to : The Director of Research, World Academy of Research and Development (WARD) Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh A 16, Paryavaran Complex, South of Saket, New Delhi - 110030.

The Arunachal Pradesh Gazette


EXTRAORDINARY

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
No. 99, Vol. XIX, Nahariagun, Wednesday, May 30, 2012, Jyaistha 9, 1934 (Saka)

GOVERNMENT OP ARUNACHAL PRADESH


LAW, LEGISLATIVE AND JUSTICE DEPARTMENT ARUNACHAL PRADESH CIVIL SECRETARIAT ITANAGAR

NOTIFICATION
The 30th May, 2012 No. LAW/LEGN-1/2012The following Act of the Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly which was passed in the Eighth Session of the Fifth Legislative Assembly and received the assent of the Governor of Arunachal Pradesh is hereby published for general information.

(Received the assent of the Governor on 26th May, 2012)


THE INDIRA GANDHI TECHNOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY ACT, 2012 (Act No. 6 of 2012)

Hon'ble President of India H.E. Shri Pranab Mukherjee with the Chancellor of Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University Arunachal Pradesh, Dr. Priya Ranjan Trivedi discussing the need for research and value based educational policy in the country for solving different problems.

Hon'ble Prime Minister of India Dr. Man Mohan Singh with the Chancellor of Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University Arunachal Pradesh, Dr. Priya Ranjan Trivedi discussing the prospects and the constraints of vocational and employment centric education.

INDIRA GANDHI TECHNOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY


Established under Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University Act 2012, Government of Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro - 791120, Arunachal Pradesh, India

WORLD ACADEMY OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (WARD)


A Constituent Unit of Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh

Liaison Office : A 16, Paryavaran Complex, South of Saket, New Delhi - 110030

MOST IMPORTANT : Applicants are directed to send their completed Application Forms at New Delhi address only by Registered / Speed Post. Candidates will be appearing for the On-line Test to be conducted by the University after the receipt of the completed Application Form for appearing in the On-line Test for admission to the Ph.D. and other Higher Degrees.

ON-LINE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION FORM


Choice for the Course

Paste your recent Passport / Stamp Size Photograph and attach three extra photographs separately

Ph.D. / D.Litt. / D.Sc. / Eng.D. / Ed.D. / LL.D. / D.Mus. / DOL


(Tick one only)

NAME OF THE APPLICANT.......................................................................................................... FATHER'S NAME...................................................................................................................... DATE OF BIRTH............................................................................................................................ ADDRESS FOR CORRESPONDENCE ........................................................................................ ....................................................................................................................................................... ....................................................................................................................................................... EMAIL : ..........................................................MOBILE................................................................. EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS ............................................................................................. ............................................................................................................................................................. ........................................................................................................................................................ SUBJECT OF SPECIALISATION ................................................................................................ NAME OF THE GUIDE / SUPERVISOR ................................................................................... UNDERTAKING
I wish to appear in the On-line Entrance Test being conducted by Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh for admission to Ph.D. / D.Litt. / D.Sc. / LL.D. / Eng.D. / Ed.D. / D.Mus. / DOL. I am submitting a Bank Draft for Rs. 1000 in the name of Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh payable at New Delhi on account of the On-line Entrance Test.

Date :

Place :

Signature

INDIRA GANDHI TECHNOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY


Established under Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University Act 2012, Government of Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro - 791120, Arunachal Pradesh, India

WORLD ACADEMY OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (WARD)


A Constituent Unit of Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh

Liaison Office : A 16, Paryavaran Complex, South of Saket, New Delhi - 110030

Ph.D. / D.Litt. / D.Sc. / Eng.D. / Ed.D. / LL.D. / D.Mus. / DOL (Regular Mode) (Mention your subject area)
Only such candidates will be admitted who have been selected through the On-Line Entrance Examination
Paste your recent Passport / Stamp Size Photograph and attach three extra photographs separately

NAME OF THE APPLICANT.............................................................................

FATHER'S NAME..................................................................................................................... DATE OF BIRTH............................................................................................................................ ADDRESS FOR CORRESPONDENCE ........................................................................................ ....................................................................................................................................................... ....................................................................................................................................................... EMAIL..........................................................MOBILE..................................................................... EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION
(Enclose Copies of Bachelor's and Master's Degree Certificates / MarksSheets)

............................................................................................................................................................. ........................................................................................................................................................ NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE RESEARCH SUPERVISOR / GUIDE ............................................................................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................................................................. EMAIL..........................................................MOBILE..................................................................... TITLE OF THE RESEARCH (Mention the Topic) ........................................................................... .............................................................................................................................................................
(Attach Synopsis Recommended by the Research Supervisor)

DETAILS OF PAYMENT ................................................................................................................. .............................................................................................................................................................


Bank Draft for the Admission and Registration Fee of Rs. 10,125 and First year of fee of Rs. 60,000 to be made in the name of "India Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh" payable at New Delhi.

UNDERTAKING
I hereby certify that the information mentioned above is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I am keen to get admitted in the research degree ticked by me above under regular mode. I promise to follow the UGC (Minimum Standards and Procedure for Award of M.Phil./Ph.D. Degree) Regulations 2009. I am enclosing the first year fee through Bank Draft. The remaining fee will be paid by me in the form of Bank Draft next year as detailed in the prospectus / website.

Date :

Place :

Signature

INDIRA GANDHI TECHNOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY


Established under Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University Act 2012, Government of Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro - 791120, Arunachal Pradesh, India

WORLD ACADEMY OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (WARD)


A Constituent Unit of Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh

Liaison Office : A 16, Paryavaran Complex, South of Saket, New Delhi - 110030

SPACE FOR PHOTO

PROFORMA FOR EMPANELMENT / REGISTRATION AS A RESEARCH SUPERVISOR / GUIDE

Research Supervisors may kindly paste their Stamp Size Photographs here and attach three more Photographs

Name ....................................................................................................................................... Date of Birth .............................................................................................................................. Qualification ............................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................... Area(s) of Specialisation................................................................................................................. Address for Correspondence ................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................. .................................................................................................................................................. Tel..............................................................................Mobile ................................................... Email ........................................................................................................................................ Present Occupation .................................................................................................................. .................................................................................................................................................. Contribution in the area of Research and Development
(Attach Extra Sheets and Copies of Credentials etc.)

.................................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................... REQUEST I hereby send my details mentioned above for my empanelment / registration / recognition as a Research Expert / Guide / Supervisor / Adviser / Eminent Scientist to be declared by Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences Univeristy, Arunachal Pradesh. Date Place Signature