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You can get into iits and nits. They call for phd applications twice a year.
You need a lot of energy and enthu do PhD, because no guidance sometimes lead to frustration and confusion about whole career itself.Feb 16, 2013 at 2:13 pm
hi Zahid sir
i have done my btech with 73.6% and currently pursuing mtech from nit kurukshera(8.1 cgpa upto 3rd sem).sir i have qualified gate consecutive 4 times.now i want to do my phd from foreign.thre is no much problem of money.but from foreign institute it will very difficult or somehow easy i have no idea???in that institute can i complete my phd or tht institute offer me to leave the institute….i am nt confident about compliting phd .please give me suggesion in this regard.please reply soon.Feb 23, 2013 at 8:46 am
Hey there Zahid…reading your info stuff was really enlightening for me as i have just completed my MBA from Open (MDU). Well, to be frank i am very much into research and wish to pursue Phd. i will really be thankful if you can guide me!
I am a Content Writer (Currently a Guest Writer) with more than 4 years of Industry Experience. And i am very much into Creative writing and blogs too. Can Phd be done in writing field and from where…Any info on the procedure will really help 🙂
Thanks in advance
~benoi~Mar 27, 2013 at 4:07 pm
I did my B.Tech from IIT Roorkee in 2012 in Electronics and Communication Engineering. I want to do my PhD from a top US university . But my B.Tech. GPA is not very great. It was 7.77 . What Should i do, so as to get admission into top US university for PhD. I was thinking of getting into M.Tech from IISC. I applied there this year and i got direct admission. But would the chances of getting a good phd will increase after M.Tech from IISc?? Or what is the other way??Apr 27, 2013 at 12:13 pm
Hello sir,I have had a bad academic career in BE but apart from that I have done ok so far but lost a few years in between.
and currently working as an asst prof. for above one year and earning 35000 per month
I want to grow my career and do pHD but can not afford to lose my job as I am 30.
what are my options and is Amity University a decent option if i go for non-sponsored pHD paying my own money?May 26, 2013 at 9:26 am
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Dear sir I am really facing problem because of many confusions of my career. So I ask you to please study my pros and cons and try to reply.
My Education background:
* M.Tech in computer Science & Informatics(IT)- 8.76 CGPA upto 3rd semester, (ITER, Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University, Bhubaneswar 2011-2013)
* B.Tech in IT- 59.59% (Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Kakinada 2007-2011)
* 12th (M P C) – 76.70%
* 10th – 69.16%
My question is I want to do Phd in IIT or NIT in India but how to get admission.
What energy and efforts do I require to pursue Phd.
sir I am having the desire for Phd & i need your suggestions please please I swear.
And then how to turn my energy towards success.