It may varies in different cases-
- It can be through filling and submission of application form.
- By approaching a supervisor and showing your interest in PhD.
- By appearing in national level PhD entrance tests like CSIR and UGC NET.
- It can be done by joining any project for a time being and then register yourself for PhD for the same project.
Further study options
PhD is like the top qualification in any field, hence there are less chances that one would be interested to study further. The other short term course can although pursued for professional improvement.
This course includes broad ranges of research areas like psychology, anthropology, sociology, political science, economics and even History.
Candidates learn to combine both quantitative and qualitative methodologies related to research techniques. They also learn about law and public policy and legal aspects related to that.
This course results in a strong background in economics, a solid understanding of the technical tools, understanding of different empirical and theoretical approaches and many more.
Candidates examine contemporary and historical problems and even conduct some productive debates on that. Candidates are from different fields related to sociology like economics, humanities, psychology, etc.; hence it flourishes in broadening aspects.
The job opportunities include designations like Geographer, Historian, Anthropologist, Sociologist and a Political scientist. They can join private as well as government firms working for society and its improvements. They can have teaching opportunities and can even have private tuition classes as self employed options.
NGOs and Non-Profit organizations need such sociologists every year.
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