Aligarh Muslim University or AMU has notified online application for admission to PhD programme for the academic session 2018-19. AMU Controller of Examinations, Mr Mujib Ullah Zuberi, through a notification, has informed that interested candidates for admission to PhD programme in AMU during the current academic session can fill the online application form till October 15, 2018. The application details have been made available on the official website of the varsity, www.amucontrollerexams.com.
The Controller of Examinations has also said that detailed schedule will be notified separately.
The notification has now been released for Indian and Foreign nationals.
AMU PhD admission 2018: How to apply
Follow these steps:
1. Register online and provide your correct and functional email as well as Mobile Number because your username and password etc. will be sent on this email.
2. Login using your username and password. Your Dashboard will be available to you for filling the form.
(Only Single Registration is sufficient for applying to the multiple courses by a candidate. Every candidate will Register separately and will get his/her username and password to access his/her Dashboard for filling as well as tracking the form(s). In case you have lost/forgot your password, Please use Forgot Password link to get it. It will be sent to you on your registered email.)
3. Fill your Profile carefully and Review it properly before Saving it as you will not be able to Edit/Update it afterwards.
4. Before filling the Application form you must have the following ready:
a) Scanned copy of colored Photo with white background, Signature, and Thumb Impression (Left Hand Thumb Impression for every candidate) of the Candidate in JPG format ONLY. The file size of each should be between 20KB to 100KB
b) Email address & Mobile number.
c) Online Banking details/Debit Card/Credit Card.
d) Details of qualifying examination
In another development today, the varsity has announced today that it has collected approximately Rs 20 lakh from its teaching and non-teaching staff to be donated to the Chief Minister's Distress Relief Fund (CMDRF).
The money, which was collected after an appeal by AMU Vice Chancellor, Professor Tariq Mansoor will be directly handed over to the Kerala Chief Minister, Pinarayi Vijayan.
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