Ph.D. (Human Development) is 3-year duration doctoral level course. The doctoral course mainly centered on the change, formation, and growth of individuals and how their development is affected by interaction with masses as well as other aspects like culture, religion, and ideas. In which students are provide intricate view of how they can work to develop the conditions of humans further. During the study time candidates gaining an understanding of aspects such as how to optimize their relationship with other fellow humans and empower them to grow further. Candidates will make able to the evils troubling the society, restricting human growth and what are the concrete steps. After passing this course student have opportunities to hold higher positions in government sectors in areas concentrating on child development, welfare and education at the state and national level.
Ph.D. (Human Development) Admission Process:
Admission to the Ph.D. program shall be based on the students marks obtained in the entrance test conducted by the respective department or school of the particular university or institute. Those candidates who have complete GATE/NET/SET/ M.Phil/JRF Examination in the pertinent subject of the apex bodies as CSIR/UGC/ICAR/ICMR/DBT will be exempted from the Entrance Test. While giving the exemption, the Departmental Committee of the institute may consider research work/earlier Ph.D./experience done by the student. If a student already holds a Doctors degree in a relevant subject from a UGC Approved University or Institute, he/she may be exempted from entrance exam and pre Ph.D. coursework. After clearing the both steps the student will be eligible to pay course fee or registration fee. Only the predetermined number of candidates may be admitted to Ph.D. programme.
Ph.D. (Human Development) Job Prospect:
Ph.D. (Human Development) Job Position:
|Paper Code||Subjects of Study|
|1||Early Childhood Care and Education|
|2||Child and Family Welfare|
|5||Research Methods and Statistics|