Students can download application from official website.
Karnatak University Dharwad invites application for admission into M.Phil Programme 2013.
Master of Philosphy (M.Phil) Arts: English, Kannada, Folklore, Marathi, Hindi, Sanskrit, Foreign Languages (French, German and Russian) Social Sciences: Economics, History and Archeology, A.I. History and Epigraphy, Political Science, Sociology, Psychology, Criminology and Forensic Science, Library and Information Science Science and Technology: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Geology, Geography, Marine-Biology, Micro-Biology, Bio-Tech, Statistics, Computer Science
Qualification: Candidate who has obtained a master’s degree from this or any other university recognized as equivalent thereto securing not less than 55% marks (50% for SC/ST/Cat-I) or equivalent grade in the aggregate at the master’s degree programme shall be eligible to apply for the M.Phil degree programme in the concerned/cognate subject.
Entrance Test: A candidate who is eligible for admission to the M.Phil programme shall be selected on the basis of an entrance test administered by the university. There shall be two papers, at the entrance test, Paper-I and Paper-II, each paper carrying 50 marks.
Application forms can be obtained from the Syndicate Bank, Karnatak University campus, Dharwad-580003 on payment of Rs 350/- by cash; or By post, by sending of Rs 350/- plus 35/- (postage) drawn in favour of the Finance Officer, Karnatak University, Dharwad along with self addressed envelope of size 10”x3” super scribed as application for admission to M.Phil programme should be submitted to the Director, Prasaranga, Karnatak University, Dharwad-580003.
Candidates can download the admission form from the website www.kud.ac.in and submit the duly filled in form to the concerned Chairperson of the Dept along with demand draft of Rs 350/- drawn in favour of the Finance Officer, Karnatak University, Dharwad payable at Dharwad.
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The University has established 5 PG campuses, at Belgaum (178 acres), Bijapur (31 acres), Haveri (42 acres), Gadag (32 acres) and Karwar (6 acres) which are district headquarters. All campuses are self-contained and are at various stages of development. They cater to the needs of local people as well as promote specialized studies. For instance, the course on Pulp and Paper Technology is run from the premises of the West Coast Paper Mills, Dandeli (Uttara Kannada District).