Introduction This article provides comprehensive details about the MPhil and PhD admissions at the National University of Education Planning and Admission located at New Delhi. For official information, visit National University of Education Planning and Admission official website for further information.
Programme calendar for the current academic year Please find below the programme calendar for the current academic year.
Selection and Admission criteria for NUEPA courses Following things are required for admission to the MPhil and PhD programmes:
The application can be done in person or by post. If the application is done by post, then the same should be sent to:
National University of Educational Planning and Administration
17-B, Sri Aurobindo Marg
New Delhi - 110016
The prospectus is attached to this email The same can also be downloaded on the NUEPA website by visiting this page
The application should be sent by registered post and should be clearly marked as Admission to M.Phil or PhD or Part-time PhD Programme 2017.
Fees and fellowships for the programme
There is also refundable caution money which are:
Candidates admitted to MPhil and PhD programmes will be given NUEPA fellowship. Candidates who have qualifies through the National Eligibility test - NET and Junior Research Fellowships - JRF, will get similar benefits through NUEPA.
Payment can be also done online through the website. The fees are collected through the official payment channel through SBI.
Programme structure for MPhil and PhD programme MPhil is offered in 2 parts, namely Part I which is course work and part II which is dissertation work. PhD is also offered in 2 parts. Part 1 is coursework and Part II is thesis work.
Course work The course work is of 1 year and is divided into 2 semesters. There are seven compulsory courses of 4 credits.
2 optional courses to be selected from a list of sixteen courses of 2 credits each.
Summer internship or project work is of 4 credits.
Dissertation/Thesis In the second year, MPhil scholars will work on a dissertation, while PhD scholars will work on an approved topic and submit their work to an identified supervisor.
Evaluation of work The course work will be assessed through continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE). This will be based on multiple sources, criteria and techniques. This will involve seminar presentation work, book reviews, attachment to field tasks. Scholars will also give a written examination.