First of all, here's some important news which you may or may not be aware of: A Ph.D. is required for teaching positions in Universities from July 2021, as notified by the HRD Ministry last year [Reference: TOI, June 13th, 2018].
Secondly, I checked out the official website of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam University, Indore. As per the information provided there, the university does have AICTE approval. I then checked out the UGC website and it seems as per the review of the UGC Expert Committee which visited the University in May 2019, the university is offering Ph.D. programs in different disciplines and the signatures of the members of this expert committee are an affirmation of this. Reference for this is: https://www.ugc.ac.in/pdfnews/0188014_A.P.J.Abdul-Kalam-University.pdf.
Now if you look at page 10 of the afore-mentioned pdf document, which is titled as 'Part IV-Recommendations', the expert committee members have clearly mentioned that the university is still a nascent one and indicates that faculty positions have not been filled in, and the labs and the library need to be upgraded. Note that a Ph.D. means a research-based program and the recommendation states that the institutional policy needs to be in place to promote quality research and publication. More importantly, it states that faculty should be encouraged to apply for Doctoral programs. Now, if the faculty themselves do not have Ph.D. qualification, then who exactly is going to play the role of mentor and Ph.D. guide for you? If there is nobody there with high credentials to be a Doctoral guide, there is no point in your applying for a Ph.D. program. I would also advise you to do your own checks of the university itself and look for reviews of students enrolled in the other courses there.
Thirdly, there are also a lot of things you need to consider in selecting a Doctoral guide. Ask around, and do online searches of reviews of them, even if they are very senior faculty. I have read about Doctoral guides taking undue advantage of students enrolled under them. They may make them do ghost-writing of research papers for which they take the full credit, or even make them run around on personal errands. Then there are guides who will deliberately create delays for you in the procedure to acquire the Ph.D. due to some ego issues. It is thus a big challenge to find the right guide who will guide you properly to the very end to acquire the Ph.D.
Finally, are you really passionate about doing research? Equip yourself, too, with good communication and interpersonal skills and take care not to steal ideas and not to let your own ideas get stolen. Go for a Ph.D. if you are really up to it. It is not as easy as you think. Best of luck!
When you make a commitment, you create hope. When you keep a commitment you create trust! ~ John C. Maxwell