SNR Sons College
PhD in EnglishFull Time Course
It stands for doctor of philosophy. This program is available for all the major subjects. The minimum duration for the program is 2 years and the maximum is 5 years. Students who hold a master’s degree in any discipline can apply for this course.
A pass in Masters degree or M.Phil.
Candidates desirous of doing the Research Programmes offered in this Institute should apply for the same in the prescribed application form which may be obtained from the Registrar, at a cost of Rs.100/- by cash, in person or by post by sending a Demand Draft of a Nationalized Bank drawn in favor of the institute, payable at Indian Bank, Coimbatore - 641 043, along with a self-addressed and stamped envelope for Rs.8/-. Requisition should clearly indicate the programme (M.Phil. or Ph.D.) for which the application is required.
Candidates should not apply for the M.Phil. / Ph.D. Programme before
The publication of the P.G. results, failing which their applications will be summarily rejected.
The candidates should have completed 10+2+3+2 years pattern or 11 + 1 +3+2 years pattern of study or any other equivalent stream of study in anyone of the recognised universities before being admitted for the respective programmes
The application form, complete in all respects, should be submitted to the institute, on or before the stipulated date. The application should be submitted along with, The attested xerox copies of the following certificates:
Mark / Grade certificate of the qualifying PG course.
Provisional/Degree certificates of the UG and PG courses.
Transfer certificate and conduct certificate (issued by the Institution in which last studied).
Community certificate (if BC/MBC/SC/ST).
Service certificate issued by the employer (in case of candidates Applying for part-time programme, specifying the total duration of the service put in by the candidate)
No-objection certificate issued by the Head of the Institution in which the candidate is employed (In case of candidates applying for part-time programmes)