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PhD Management Sciences | GIFT University

PhD Management Sciences

Career Prospects:

The doctoral program is designed for individuals interested in academic careers or seeking research positions in industry, government, and consulting firms.

 

Program Description:

The PhD Management Sciences is a research-based doctoral program to produce high-quality researchers in the specialized areas of Marketing, Finance, Human Resource Management, and Operations and Supply Chain Management. It is a full-time program that requires a high level of commitment for four to five years to complete.

 

Program Objective:

The program is designed to train scholars who will be:

  • knowledgeable about the latest developments on the frontiers of their scientific disciplines,
  • capable of contributing to the advancement of knowledge relevant to management education and practice, and
  • skillful in conveying this knowledge to students and practitioners.

 

Minimum Eligibility Criteria:

In ranking applicants, the primary consideration would be given to the candidate’s potential that is needed to succeed in the program and the level of commitment, which is required to successfully pursue it. The minimum eligibility criteria for admission to the doctoral program are as follow:

  • MPhil/MS/BS or equivalent degree with minimum 3.0/4.0 CGPA
  • No third division in academic career
  • At least 80% marks in admission test
  • At least 80% marks in interview

 

The applicant is required to submit the following documents:

  • Application form
  • Attested copies of official transcripts and degrees
  • Statement of purpose
  • Research proposal (maximum 5 pages)
  • Two academic references
  • A resume highlighting academic and non-academic achievements
  • A copy of dissertation (if any) up to the first chapter along with the list of references

Minimum Eligibility Criteria:

In ranking applicants, the primary consideration would be given to the candidate’s potential that is needed to succeed in the program and the level of commitment, which is required to successfully pursue it. The minimum eligibility criteria for admission to the doctoral program are as follow:

  • Application form
  • Attested copies of official transcripts and degrees
  • Statement of purpose
  • Research proposal (maximum 5 pages)
  • Two academic references
  • A resume highlighting academic and non-academic achievements
  • A copy of dissertation (if any) up to the first chapter along with the list of references

Enquiries


The Admission Office at GIFT University deals with the enquiries concerning admissions. The prospective candidates are advised to consult this office during working hours of the University.

General Criteria to Apply

    • The candidate fulfills the eligibility conditions of the program.
    • The candidate must have earned the eligibility qualification from a recognized educational institution.
    • Good proficiency in English language.
    • The candidate has not been debarred on disciplinary grounds during his earlier educational career.

     

    Admission Application

    • Applications for admissions are invited through an advertisement in the media. The prospective candidates are advised to obtain the University Prospectus, Application Form, and Admission Schedule from the Admissions Office. They may make queries to the officer on duty for further information.
    • Admission Application should be submitted together with all required documents within the prescribed time limit in the Student Affairs Centre Admissions Office.
    • Online Applicants can apply just by filling the required fields of Online Application Form. Their documents will be verified on the day of the admissions test and interview.
    • After the admission test and interview, the Admission Committee will advise the successful candidates to deposit fees and other dues in the Accounts Office within the specified time limit.
    • On payment of fee and dues, the Accounts Office will issue the Registration Number to the candidate. at least two days prior to the commencement of the semester.