The Ph.D programme is a three year programme leading to award of Doctor of Philosophy in a specific area of chemistry and the admission is open to both military and civilian who fulfill the requirement for the admission.
To be awarded a Ph.D degree , candidate must pass a minimum of 24 credit units including 15 credit units of theses with a minimum pass of B grade.
The maximum credit required shall be made up as follows:
1. Core courses of 9 credits unit (seminar presentation, mini projects & term papers)
2. Elective courses of 4 credit units in specialized courses not offered by the student at Mastes’ degree level, such as Explosives, Chemical Warfare, Corrosion Chemistry, Chemistry & Emerging Technologies etc. (If Required)
3. A student shall carry out research in relevant areas of specialization and submit an acceptable thesis (15 credit units compulsory)
4. A student shall present at least three seminars, submit and defend a thesis before a departmental PG Board and an External Examiner and Assessor