The duration of the course of M Phil will be of 1.5 years of which first semester will consist of Research Methodology course and three subject papers suggested by the research guide. The students will be assigned a topic of research of their interest and capabilities to write a dissertation and submit on the day assigned as part of schedule of the M.Phil examination coinciding with the November Term end examination. In failing to meet the deadline of thesis submission, the candidate will be allowed to submit it only during the May Term end examination.
M.Phil. Degree in Archaeology /Linguistics/ Sanskrit & Lexicography Credits 30 Duration 18 months (3 semesters) Research Advisory Committee: The student's RAC will consist of not more than two members who have expertise in the student's area of research. Ideally one of the two members will be from outside the department.
Compulsory courses for all M Phil Students
Additional coursework for students without a pervious degree in parent disciplines.
These will be from among the core compulsory courses offered at MA level and will be decided in consultation with the Research Advisory Committee (RAC) of the student. All coursework will be completed within the first and second semesters of the course.
All M.Phil students will work on a dissertation in the third semester of the course. The topic of the research would have been approved by the student's RAC with final approval of the Departmental Committee in the first year of the M.Phil. The dissertation will be completed within the third semester. An extension of up to six months may be granted to the student if needed and if recommended by the student's RAC and if approved by the Departmental Committee.
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