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Ph.D.

Ordinance-cum-Information Brochure
Session 2015-16

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (Ph.D.)

CHAUDHARY DEVI LAL UNIVERSITY


SIRSA (HARYANA) - 125 055
(Established by the State Legislature Act 9 of 2003)

Website: www.cdlu.ac.in

CHAUDHARY DEVI LAL UNIVERSITY, SIRSA


(Establishment by the State Legislature Act 9 of 2003)

PhD ADMISSION NOTICE-2015-16


Applications are invited from eligible candidates for admission to PhD program in the
Departments of : (i) Biotechnology (ii) Business Administration (iii) Chemistry (iv) Commerce
(v) Computer Science & Applications (vi) Economics (vii) Education (viii) English (ix) Food
Science & Technology (x) Journalism & Mass Communication (xi) Law (xii) Physical
Education (xiii) Physics (xiv) Energy & Environmental Sciences (xv) Public Administration
(xvi) Mathematics. The details of seats in each department are available on the University
Website.
Request for obtaining application form by post must reach on or before20.07.2015. The
last date for receipt of application forms in the concerned department is 27.07.2015 up to 5.00
p.m. The Information Brochure containing PhD Ordinance, University Research Scholarship
Rules and the application form can be obtained from the office of the Superintendent (R&S) on
payment for Rs.1600/- (Rs. 400/- for SC/BCA/BCB/PH/SBC/EBP candidates of Haryana) on
sale counter OR sending a demand draft of Rs. 1700 (Rs. 500/- for the
SC/BCA/BCB/PH/SBC/EBP candidates of Haryana) in favour of the Registrar, Chaudhary
Devi Lal University, Sirsa payable at Sirsa. The downloaded application form would be
acceptable only when the candidate encloses a Demand Draft/University Cash Receipt on
account of price of application form given above. The seats can be increased/decreased by the
competent authority of the University. The syllabi of entrance test for Pre-Ph.D Course will be
as per the syllabi of NET conducted by the UGC/CSIR in the concerned subject. The entrance
test will be held on 30.07.2015 (Thursday) as per schedule available on the University website
www.cdlu.ac.in.
JRF holders will also have to apply on the prescribed form & their admission will be
processed as per guidelines given in the information Brochure. Any other related information
regarding revised clauses would be uploaded on University website from www.cdlu.ac.in,
time to time.
Note: The information Brochure on sale counter will be available from 13.07.2015. However,
the same will be available on the University Website www.cdlu.ac.in.
REGISTRAR

CONTENTS
Chapter No.

Title of the Chapter

Page No.

1.

Important Dates & Schedule

2.

Jan Nayak Chaudhary Devi Lal

3.

Message of Vice-Chancellor

4.

Officers of the University

5.

Administrative Offices

6.

Chairpersons/Incharges of the Department

7.

Other Facilities

8-11

8.

Faculties, Departments & Courses

12-15

9.

Documents Required

16

10.

Tentative Seats

17-18

11.

Scholarships

19

12.

Ordinance of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

20-29

13.

Rules for the award of the University Research


Scholarship (URS)

30-32

Annexure
Annexure-A : Bond to be executed by the Scholar
Annexure-B : Annual Progress Report Proforma
Annexure-C : Declaration by Research Scholar
Annexure-D : PhD Registration Form
Annexure-E : No Objection Certificate from Employer
Annexure-F : Application Form for Pre-PhD Course
Annexure-G : Form for submission of PhD Thesis

CHAPTER 1.

IMPORTANT DATES AND SCHEDULE

Information Brochure can be obtained from Registration & Scholarship Branch of the University or
may be downloaded from the University website www.cdlu.ac.in. Price of the Ordinance cum
Information Brochure is as under:
For General Category Candidates: Rs.1600/- (by post: Rs.1700/-)
For SC/BCA/BCB/PH/SBC/EBP: Rs. 400/- (by post: Rs.500/-)
Price of the PhD Ordinance cum Information Brochure include entrance test and other
processing fees. Price may be paid in cash at cash counter or in the shape of Demand Draft drawn
in favour of Registrar, Chaudhary Devi Lal University payable at Sirsa.
The schedule is as under:
1. Last Date for Submission of Application

: 27.07.2015

2. Date of Entrance Test for Pre-PhD Course

: 30.07.2015

3. Date of Display of Result of Entrance Test


4. Date of Interview-cum-Counselling

: 03.08.2015
: 07.08.2015 to 10.08.2015

(Exact schedule to be decided and displayed/notified/uploaded on the website by the Department)

5. Deposit of Fee

: 07.08.2015 to 12.08.2015

(Exact schedule to be decided and displayed/notified/uploaded on the website by the Department)

6. Admission from the waiting list


7. Commencement of Classes

: Latest by 13.08.2015
: 14.08.2015

Further, the candidates may refer to Chapter 12 'Ordinance of Doctor of Philosophy' for further details
regarding eligibility, procedure of admission or exemption from Entrance Test or Pre-PhD Course,
process of registration in PhD, requirements during registration period, fee structure, etc. The
candidates who are not exempted from entrance test (refer to clause 23 of Chapter 12 'Ordinance of
Doctor of Philosophy') are required to appear in entrance test (100 marks) consisting of 100 multiple
choice questions, which will be of one and half hours duration as per schedule given below. There shall
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be negative marking in the entrance test @ i.e. 25% of the marks allotted to the question shall be
deducted for each wrong answer.
10.00AM TO 11.30AM
1. Economics
2. English
3. Physical Education
4. Mathematics
5. Energy & Environmental
Sciences

12.30 PM TO 2.00 PM
1. Bio-Technology
2. BusinessAdministration
3. Law
4. Computer Science &
Applications
5. PublicAdministration

3.00 PM TO 4.30 PM
1. Journalism &
Mass Communication
2. Education
3. Food Science &
Technology
4 Physics
5. Chemistry
6. Commerce

Note: The candidates are required to submit their application in prescribed form in the concerned
Department(s) and receive the admit card. In case of non receipt of Admit Card, the candidates may contact
the Department Office at least one hour before the commencement of the entrance test.

CHAPTER 2.

JAN NAYAK CHAUDHARY DEVI LAL


THE TORCHBEARER
(25 September, 1914 6 April 2001)

Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa is named after


Jan Nayak Chaudhary Devi Lal, the former Deputy Prime Minister
of India and the former Chief Minister of Haryana. Ch. Devi Lal
was a veteran freedom fighter and a symbol of patience and
fortitude. He proved himself to be a man of action, be it freedom
movement, post-independence politics or the amelioration of the
plight of the suffering peasantry. He firmly held that 'true Swaraj'
means participation of the poor, illiterate, underprivileged millions
living in our villages in the governance of the state at every level.
He commanded respect for his struggle to see the people's power
reflected in the people's rule and his commitment to the upliftment
of downtrodden sections of society, which included farmers, the
labourers and women. His contribution to agricultural reforms
won him deep reverence. No wonder that for this patronage he was
nicknamed as "Tau".
He wanted the youth to have a definite goal of
contribution towards nation building and visualized teacher taught
engaged in a constructive relationship. He always wanted the
education system to impart true knowledge and therefore, desired
fundamental changes and meaningful investments in education in
a manner that would empower the youth especially the poor
through skill development. His concerns encompassed other
welfare measures like providing health facilities and expanding
educational avenues. He regarded it a 'dharma' (duty) of the
Government to provide a good, balanced diet, necessary clothing
and shelter to each individual of the society. As the Deputy Prime
Minister of India and one of the architects of the state of Haryana
his services to Haryana and the country are indeed unforgettable.
Let us take pride in being a part of the University named after this
'Jan Nayak', and seek inspiration from such a 'Karmayogi'.

CHAPTER 3

MESSAGE
It is a matter of immense pleasure for me to launch the new Ph.D.
Ordinance of Ch. Devi Lal University, Sirsa. The very need for another,
underlines the commitment of the university to reinstate its research criteria and
goals.
We are living in an age of knowledge, and universities as the epicenters of
intellectual activities both for creating and disseminating knowledge, are of
immense national significance in the knowledge economy of the twenty first
century. The intellectual environment of the university must be driven by a multipurpose conviction.
First, the university must aim at carving out a niche for itself in the globalised world by
concentrating on the quality of research while focusing on quantification, for the latter without the
former is a national wastage. University is not a centre for collection/ production of data for the use of
other nations. Our national interests demand that while processing the discovery of answers/ solutions,
the research questions must be driven by ingenuity, the research must exhibit a critical engagement with
the local in the context of the global, involve funding from other agencies and yield new knowledge by
adding new theoretical dimensions to the dominant paradigms. Prepackaged research questions and
hegemonic solutions will have to be discouraged through the inculcation of the capacity to 'rethink' in
the post colonial world especially in humanities and social sciences.
Second, multidisciplinary research must be encouraged especially in life sciences.
Groundbreaking research in the world has shown how interface among different knowledge domains
have been able to find effective solutions to complex problems. The university will gear itself to
undertake such interdisciplinary research. I hope some inter-departmental research projections are
undertaken in the first phase to be further strengthened through formulation of cohesive research teams
engaging renowned outside expertise.
Third, research must be incorporated into teaching. Not only the post graduation programmes
must have a research component, action research must also continue parallel to teaching. Besides,
research produces public intellectuals, and the public intellectuals must be reproduced by training the
next generation of scholars. Our University will make sufficient efforts in this direction.
Chaudhary Devi Lal University has introduced PhD programmes in all the teaching
Departments. To supervise research leading to PhD degree, highly qualified and experienced faculty is
actively engaged in various research based activities. In a persistent and sincere effort to enhance the
potential of faculty by actively engaging in and executing funded research projects, post-doctoral
programmes, organising and participating in conferences, workshops and seminars, both at national
and international levels, and publishing their research outcomes in the form of books and research
articles in journals of national and international repute. Hence, there is no exaggeration in the assertion
that Chaudhary Devi Lal University Sirsa is one of the potential centres to promote research
programmes and studies.
I wish that our budding scholars under the able supervision of teachers will give quality research
yield of practical application. I wish them all the very best for their research endeavours and success in
life.

(Dr. R.S. Sharma)


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Vice-Chancellor

CHAPTER 4

Officers of the University


Prof. Kaptan Singh Solanki
Hon'ble Chancellor and Governor, Haryana
Dr. R. S. Sharma
Vice-Chancellor
01666-248052
Fax : 01666-248123

Prof. Vikram Singh


Dean Academic Affairs
Proctor & Chief Warden
01666-239818

email:vccdlusirsa@gmail.com

Dr. Manoj Siwach


Registrar
01666-239819
Fax : 01666-247049

Prof. S. K. Gahlawat
Dean, Students' Welfare
Dean of Colleges
01666-247153

email:registrarcdlu@gmail.com

Prof. Praveen Aghamkar


Controller of Examinations
01666-239808

Sh. Chandgi Ram


Finance Officer
01666-239834

Prof. Aseem Miglani


Librarian
01666-2398333

DEANS OF FACULTIES
Prof. Anu Shukla
Faculty of Humanities

Prof. Sultan Singh


Faculty of Commerce &
Management

Prof. Vikram Singh


Faculty of Physical Sciences

Prof. S.K. Gahlawat


Faculty of Life Sciences

Dr. J.S. Jakhar


Faculty of Law

Dr. Ravinder Pal Ahlawat


Faculty of Education

Dr. Raj Kumar Siwach


Faculty of Social Sciences

CHAPTER 5.

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES
Sr. Name of the Office
No.
1 Vice-Chancellor
2
3.
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
26
6

Name and Designation

Sh. H. L. Sharma
Private Secretary to Vice-Chancellor
Registrar
Sh. Praveen Kumar, P.A. to Registrar
Accounts Branch
Sh. Chandgi Ram, Finance Officer
Academic Branch
Sh. Kuldip Kumar, Assistant Registrar
Examinations Branch
Prof. Praveen Aghamkar
Controller of Examinations
Registration & Scholarship Branch Smt. Kiran, Superintendent
Colleges Branch
Prof. S. K. Gahlawat, Dean of Colleges
University Centre for
Distance Learning
Prof. Sultan Singh, Director
Library
(i) Dr. Rajiv Vij, Assistant Librarian
(ii) Dr. Maya Devi, Assistant Librarian
Hostel
Prof. Vikram Singh, Chief Warden
Liasion Office, OBC, SC/ST Cell
Dr. Umed Singh, Liasion Officer
UGC Coaching Cell
Dr. Raj Kumar, Co-ordinator
University Health Centre
Dr. Shafali, Medical Officer
SPIO Office
(i) Prof. Sultan Singh,
First Appellate Authority
(ii) Dr. Rajbir Singh Dalal, SPIO
(iii) Dr. Sushil Kumar, Alternate SPIO
DSW
Prof. S. K. Gahlawat, Dean Students Welfare
IT Cell
Dr. Saroj Mehta, Programmer
DYW
Dr. Deepti Dharmani, Director Youth Welfare
Proctor
Prof. Vikram Singh, Proctor
NSS Cell
Dr. Vishnu Bhagwan, Programme-Co-ordinator
Directorate of Youth Red Cross
Dr. S. K. Gahlawat, Chairman, Executive Committee
Directorate of Public Relations
Dr. Dilbag Singh, Director
Career and Counselling Cell
Dr. Raj Kumar Salar, Director
CDLU Sports Council
Prof. Vikram Singh, President
Dr. Ravinder Pal Ahlawat, Secretary
University Computer Centre
Prof. Vikram Singh, Director
Dr. Saroj Mehta, Programmer
Warden Boys Hostel-I
Dr. Ashok Makkar
Warden Boys Hostel-II
Dr. Ram Mehar Singh
Lady Warden Girls Hostel- I & II
Mrs. Saroj

Telephone No
(Code No 01666)
248052
248123(Fax)
239819
239834
239811
239808
247072
247153
239815
239833
239801

239807
247140
247154
239828

239828

CHAPTER 6.

CHAIRPERSONS/INCHARGES OF THE DEPARTMENTS


Sr.

Name of Department

Chairperson

No.

Tel. No.

In-charge

(01666)

Biotechnology

Prof. S.K. Gahlawat

247143

Business Administration

Prof. Sultan Singh

239817

Chemistry

Prof. Vikram Singh

Commerce

Dr. D.P. Warne

239831

Computer Science

Prof. Vikram Singh

239818

Tel. No.
(01666)

Dr. Harish Kumar

247136

& Applications
6

Economics

Dr. Abhey Singh Godara

247132

Education

Dr. Ravinder Pal Ahlawat

Energy & Environmental

Prof. S. K. Gahlawat

Dr. Nivedita Hooda


-

Dr. Rani Devi

247119

Dr. Kawaljit Singh

247124

Sciences
9

English

Prof. Anu shukla

239816

10

Food Science & Technology

Prof. S. K. Gahlawat

11

Journalism & Mass

Sh. Virender Chauhan

Communication
12

Law

Dr. J. S. Jakhar

247115

13

Mathematics

Prof. Aseem Miglani

247129

14

Physical Education

Dr. Ravinder Pal Ahlawat

15

Physics

Dr. Sushil Kumar

239835

16

Public Administration

Dr. Rajbir Singh Dalal

248600

CHAPTER 7.
OTHER FACILITIES
UNIVERSITY CENTRE FOR DISTANCE LEARNING (UCDL)
The University Centre for Distance Learning was established in the Year 2006 with the
objective to take University based education beyond the four walls of the University and provide
education at the door step for those who are deprived of privilege of education. The UCDL offers 18
programmes i.e. BCA, BA (Mass Communication), BA, BCom, MBA, MCA, MA (Mass
Communication), M.A (English), MA (Education), MA (Punjabi), MA (Sanskrit), MA (Hindi), MSc
(Computer Science), Post Graduate Diploma in Disaster Management (PGDDM), Post Graduate
Diploma in Mass Communication (PGDMC) and Diploma in Computer Science & Technology
(DCST). The Distance Education Council, New Delhi has given provisional recognition to the
programmes run by University Centre for Distance Learning. UCDL has established a well-equipped
Library and a computer-equipped information cell for the convenience of the students. For seeking
day-to-day information of the University Centre for Distance Learning, University Website
www.cdlu.ac.in is updated regularly.
VIVEKANAND LIBRARY
The four-storey University Library named as Vivekananda Library is easily approachable to all
the Departments, Officers, Hostels and the campus residents. The library has beautiful lawns, besides
sufficient space for stacking, reading and parking. Special attention is given to the facilities of drinking
water, light system and security system. The reading areas of the Library are spacious, peaceful and
furnished with comfortable furniture. The Library is having a rich collection of publications, which
include books, journals, thesis/dissertations, reports, newspapers and magazines etc.
The Library at present has a total collection of 54097 books, 40 Indian Journals, 60 Foreign
Journals, 11 Magazines, Employment News and 15 Newspapers to cater to the needs of the users. The
Library also provides Reference Books including Encyclopedia, Dictionary etc. The SC/ST Book
Bank with collection of 2269 books is established in the library for SC/ST students of various
departments. The facility of online journals and database is being provided to the users by INFLIBNET
through UGC Infonet Digital Library Consortium. Inter Library Loan facility is also available through
DELNET. The Wi-Fi internet connectivity is available in the library for easy access to internet services.
Further, there is an access to E-books within University campus. The concept of fully computerized
Library is adopted and is in process.
HOSTELS

Presently, there are four hostels-two for girls and two for boys, namely, Harki Devi Bhawan
(Girls Hostel-I), Kalpana Chawla Bhawan (Girls Hostel-II), Lala Lajpat Rai Bhawan (Boys Hostel-I)
and Sardar Patel Bhawan (Boys Hostel-II). All the four hostels have been provided with tube lights and
ceiling fans in every room. Electric geysers have been installed in bathrooms. Water coolers with RO
system have also been provided. The hostels subscribe to several national & regional dailies and
magazines for enabling the students to know what is happening around the world. The facility of 32
Plasma TVs alongwith Dish/DTH facility has been provided in common rooms of all the hostels.
Medical facilities to all hostel residents are provided through the university Health Centre located in
University premises.
The Chief Warden, alongwith all Wardens, make every possible effort to see that the students
get a cleaner surrounding within and outside the hostel premises, get hygienic food. They always
respond to the complaints of hostel residents in a positive manner.
A total number of 38 benches (three-seater) each has been provided in the premises of Girls and
Boys Hostels separately. In the premises of both Girls Hostel two separate lawns have been developed

and Badminton Courts have also been constructed in all the four hostels. In Girls Hostels, the facility of
Table Tennis & Badminton and in Boys Hostels, the facility of Table Tennis, Badminton and Volleyball
has also been provided.
UNIVERSITY HEALTH CENTRE
The University Health Centre is located in the Shopping Complex on the 1st floor. It has
sufficient place for OPD, Dispensary and inward. The Health Centre provides consultation, medicines,
first-aid services and Lab tests facilities free of cost to the students, employees and their dependents.
Health Centre has a well-furnished laboratory with sufficient equipments for various basic lab tests.
The Health Centre has one Medical officer, one Pharmacist, Staff Nurses and one Lab. Technician to
cater to the need of students and staff. Health centre also provides the treatment in emergency cases.
Sufficient funds are provided by the University to the Health Centre for purchase of medicines,
equipments, furniture and the laboratory Reagents etc. An ambulance has been purchased for
providing referral services.
DIRECOTRATE OF YOUTH WELFARE (DYW)
Directorate of Youth Welfare aims at ensuring youth welfare by conceiving and organizing
such programmes as would stimulate mammoth reservoir of energy in youth constructively for the
establishment of a healthy cultural environment in the University. The University has developed best
infrastructure to carry out their plan for youth welfare. It motivates students to inculcate and sharpen
their talents in diverse fields of cultural activities. It takes care of the third dimension of the higher
education by organizing adventure camps, workshops for boosting motivation and healthy
competitiveness and inculcating social values to ensure holistic development of their personalities.
Besides celebration of national festivals, the Directorate also organizes Talent Finding Competitions
and Youth Festival for the UTDs and the affiliating colleges. For the enrichment of the students, the
Directorate hires artists from diverse fields to prepare them for competitions at higher levels. Literary
and Fine Art activities are also taken up to hone their talents. To foster leadership qualities and to
prepare future leaders for the largest democracy of the world, model youth parliament is also held.
Student clubs are formed for providing them platform to cooperate and coordinate with each other for
sharpening their inherent interests. In the coming session the Directorate plans to concentrate on youth
leadership in order to make these activities socially more relevant through extension programmes.
NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME
National Service Scheme (NSS) is a noble experiment in academic expansion. It inculcates the
spirit of voluntary work among the students and teachers through sustained community interactions. It
brings out academic institutions closer to society. It shows how to combine knowledge and action to
achieve results, which are desirable for community development. National Service Scheme at this
University has been established with the objective of providing students with an opportunity to develop
their overall personality by taking part in various Social Service Schemes.
An NSS Committee at University Level has been constituted under the Chairmanship of the
Vice- Chancellor. There are 34 units of NSS in the University, two of University Teaching Departments
and others in various affiliated colleges of Sirsa and Fatehabad Districts. There are two units of SFS
also in affiliating colleges in addition of 34 units.
IT CELL
The IT Cell/Website Office of Chaudhary Devi Lal University is performing following tasks:
1.
Wireless Network (Wi-Fi): Campus Wide W-LAN / Wi-Fi is maintained by the I.T.
Cell. Various steps have been taken by IT cell to strengthen and expand the coverage of wi-fi, which has
proved very useful to cater the need of high speed internet facilities to the whole University.

2.
University Website (www.cdlu.ac.in): The University Website is being maintained
and updated efficiently, effectively & promptly by the University Website Office. The website being
very descriptive and useful, the number of global visitors on website is increasing very rapidly.
3.
Fibre based Local Area Network (LAN): Any educational institute looking at high
growth and a potential to join big league, can not overlook networking. Sensing out its dire need well in
time, the IT Cell has established Campus Wide Local Area Network (LAN). The LAN is based on
Optical Fibre and initially 400 nodes have been connected. This is also under the NME-ICT project of
MHRD on 75:25 sharing basis.
4.
National Knowledge Network (NKN): To enhance the standard of higher education
and increase the research activities the University has been connected to National Knowledge
Network (NKN). This connectivity has been provided through one GBPS (optical fiber) dedicated line
under NMEICT Project of Ministry of HRD India.
EDPCELL
The Electronics Data Processing Cell (EDP Cell) has been established in December
2013. Online applications were invited during the academic session 2014-15 for admissions in various
programmes of University Teaching Departments. Moreover, the EDP cell has started the Android
based application named CDLU on trial basis in collaboration with the Maibiz Technology Pvt. Ltd.
(MTPL) to enhance the mobile based ICT applications. The mobile based android application is
available free of cost at Google Play Store. The facilities under the app will also be made available
very soon on Interactive Voice Response (IVR) System.
UNIVERSITY COMPUTER CENTRE
The University Computer Centre with plenty number of desktops, adequate furniture and
sufficient power backup, has been established on the top floor of Vivekanand Library to facilitate the
research scholars, students and the staff members as per their requirements. However, the process of
procuring servers for centralized networking of the computers and proprietary software for academic
purposes in the computer centre is under pipeline.
SC/ST CELL
The SC/ST Cell has been established to provide facilities to the SC/ST students of the
University as per the instructions of UGC/State Government from time to time. Dr. Umed Singh,
Associate Professor, Department of English has been appointed as Liaison Officer (SC/ST) as per
UGC guidelines. SC/ST Cell functions as a Grievances Redressal Cell for the grievances of SC/ST
students and Employees of the University and renders them necessary help in solving their academic as
well as administrative grievances. It also carries out any other work assigned to it from time to time so
as to promote higher education among these communities suffering from economic, social and
educational deprivations.
The main objective of the SC/ST Cell is to ensure proper implementation of various
schemes of University Grants Commission/Government of India/State Government introduced from
time to time.

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UGC COACHING CELL


To implement the objectives of UGC's Merged Schemes of the General Development
Assistance under XI plan period, the University has established the UGC Cell for Coaching Schemes
for SCs, STs, OBCs (Non Creamy Layer) and Minorities. General candidates holding BPL Cards
(Below Poverty Line) issued by the Central Government/State Government have also been allowed for

such coaching classes.


The main purpose of these schemes include improvement of the academic skills of the students,
to prepare the students to gain useful employment in Group 'A', 'B' & 'C' in Central Services and
equivalent positions in private sector and prepare the students for NET/SET, so that they can become
eligible for the post ofAssistant Professor in the Colleges and Universities.
For implementing day to day activities of Coaching Schemes, Coordinator has been appointed.
Further, faculty members, research scholars, PG students and teachers from other universities are also
invited to deliver special lectures to the enrolled students. Presently, the Cell is in early stage and
various programmes and facilities have been planned.
CAREERAND COUNSELLING CELL
The Career and Counselling Cell has been established in the Chaudhary Devi Lal University,
Sirsa for carrying out placement and counselling activities for the welfare of the students of the
University.
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT CELL
The cell undertakes efforts to plan activities and measures to promote research both
quantitatively and qualitatively. The cell is preparing an outline to materialize the aims of the cell.

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CHAPTER 8.

FACULTIES, DEPARTMENTS AND COURSES


8.1

FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND MANAGEMENT

A.

Dept. of Business Administration


Courses: PhD, M.Phil., MBA, MBA (Business Economics), MBA (5 Year Integrated Course) and

Master of Travel & Tourism Management)


S.No.

Name of teacher

Designation

Prof. Sultan Singh

Professor, Dean & Chairperson

Dr. Arti Gaur

Asstt. Professor

Sh. Rajneesh Ahlawat

Asstt. Professor

Dr. Sanjeet Kumar

Asstt. Professor

Dr. Himani Sharma (On EOL)

Asstt. Professor

Dr. Surender Singh (On EOL)

Asstt. Professor

B.

Dept. of Commerce
Courses: PhD, M Phil, M.Com.

1.

Dr. D.P. Warne

Associate Professor & Chairperson

Dr. Surinder Singh Kundu

Asstt. Professor

Dr. Silender Singh

Asstt. Professor

Dr. Kapil Chaudhary

Asstt. Professor

Smt. Kamlesh Rani

Asstt. Professor

8.2
A.

FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Dept. of Education
Courses: PhD, M Phil, MA, B Ed.

S.No.

Name of teacher

Designation

Dr. Ravinder Pal Ahlawat

Associate Professor, Dean & Chairperson (Ex-officio)

Dr. Nivedita Hooda

Asstt. Professor & Incharge

Dr. Vandana Punia (On EOL)

Asstt. Professor

Dr. (Mrs.) Ranjeet Kaur

Asstt. Professor

Dr. Meena Kumari

Asstt. Professor

Dr. Raj Kumar

Asstt. Professor

B.

Dept. of Physical Education


Courses: PhD, M Phil, M P Ed, B P Ed, D P Ed.

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Dr. Ravinder Pal Ahlawat

Associate Professor, Dean & Chairperson

Dr. Monika Verma

Associate Professor

Dr. Ashok Kumar S/o Sh. Satnarayan

Asstt. Professor

Dr. Ashok Kumar S/o Sh. Kanwal Singh

Asstt. Professor

Dr. Ishwer Singh

Asstt. Professor

8.3
A.

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES
Dept. of English
Courses: PhD, M Phil, MA

S.No.

Name of teacher

Designation

Prof. Anu Shukla

Professor, Dean & Chairperson

Dr. Umed Singh

Associate Professor

Dr. Deepti Dharmani

Associate Professor

Dr. Pankaj Sharma

Associate Professor

B.

Journalism & Mass Communication


Courses: PhD, MA,BA (Mass Communication)

Sh. Virender Singh Chauhan

Associate Professor & Chairperson

Dr. Sewa Singh

Asstt. Professor

Dr. Amit

Asstt. Professor

Dr.. Ravinder

Asstt. Professor

8.4

FACULTY OF LAW

A.

Dept. of Law
Courses: PhD, LLM (Evening), LLB 3 Year (Professional),BA LLB 5 Year(Integrated

Course)

S.No.

Name of teacher

Designation

Dr. J.S. Jakhar

Associate Professor , Dean & Chairperson

Dr. Mukesh Garg

Asstt. Professor

Dr. Rajesh Kumar

Asstt. Professor

Dr. Ashok Kumar

Asstt. Professor

8.5

FACULTY OF LIFE SCIENCES

A.

Dept. of Biotechnology
Courses: PhD, M Phil, M.Sc.

S.No.

Name of teacher

Designation

Prof. S.K. Gahlawat

Professor , Dean & Chairperson

Dr. Raj Kumar Salar

Associate Professor

Dr. Priyanka Siwach

Associate Professor

Dr. Joginder Singh

Asstt. Professor

B.

Dept. of Energy & Environmental Sciences


Courses: PhD , M Phil, M.Sc.

Prof. S. K. Gahlawat

Dean & Chairperson (Ex-officio)

Dr. Rani Devi

Asstt. Professor & Incharge

Dr. Anju

Asstt. Professor

Dr. Mohd. Kashif Kidwai

Asstt. Professor

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C.

Dept. of Food Science & Technology


Courses: PhD, M.Sc.

1.

Prof. S. K. Gahlawat

Dean & Chairperson (Ex-Officio)

Dr. Kawaljit Singh Sandhu

Asstt. Professor & Incharge

Ms. Sanju Bala

Asstt. Professor

Ms. Manju Dhillon

Asstt. Professor

8.6

FACULTY OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES

A.

Dept. of Chemistry
Courses: PhD, M Phil, M.Sc.

S.No.

Name of teacher

Designation

Dr. Vikram Singh

Professor & Chairperson (Ex-Officio)

Dr. Harish Kumar

Asstt. Professor

Dr. Geeta Rani

Asstt. Professor

B.

Dept. of Mathematics
Courses: PhD, M Sc, M Sc. Mathematics (Hons) (5 year Integrated)

Dr. Aseem Miglani

Professor & Chairperson

Dr. Neelam Kumari

Asstt. Professor

Sh. Sandeep Kumar

Asstt. Professor

C.

Dept. of Physics
Courses: PhD, M Phil, M Sc.

Dr. Praveen Aghamkar

Professor

Dr. Sushil Kumar

Associate Professor & Chairperson

Dr. Rachna

Asstt. Professor

Dr. Dharamvir Singh

Asstt. Professor

Dr. Ram Mehar Singh

Asstt. Professor

D.

Dept. of Computer Science & Applications


Courses: PhD, MCA, M Tech (CSE) Full Time, M Tech (CSE) Part Time

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Dr. Vikram Singh

Professor, Dean & Chairperson

Dr. Dilbag Singh

Associate Professor

Dr. Harish Kumar

Asstt. Professor (On deputation in CRSU, JIND)

8.7

FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

A.

Dept. of Economics
Courses: PhD, M Phil, MA, M.Sc.(Hons.)Economics(5 year integrated)

S.No.

Name of teacher

Designation

Dr. Manoj Siwach

Associate Professor

Dr. Abhey Singh Godara

Associate Professor & Chairperson

Sh. Rohtas

Asstt. Professor

B.

Dept. of Public Administration


Courses: PhD, M Phil, MA

Dr. Rajbir Singh Dalal

Associate Professor & Chairperson

Dr. Raj Kumar Siwach

Associate Professor & Dean

Dr. Vishnu Bhagwan

Associate Professor

Dr. Satyawan

Asstt. Professor

Dr. Sultan Singh

Asstt. Professor

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CHAPTER 9.

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED

Candidates are required to submit prescribed Application Form(s) as applicable. Candidates seeking
admission in Pre-PhD course work shall have apply on the form given at Annexure F. All the
candidates desirous of seeking registration in PhD course shall have to apply form given at Annexure
D. Application form supported by self-attested photocopies of following documents shall be deposited
in the office of the concerned Department up to 5.00 PM of the last date of application submission,
which shall be considered as cut off date for eligibility.
- Semester-wise/year-wise Mark sheets of Matric, 10+2, Graduation & Post-graduation.
- Degree of Graduation and Post Graduation.
- MPhil/UGC-NET/CSIR/DBT/DST/ASRB-JRF/MANF/RGNF qualified certificate etc., if
any. (Original certificate issued by the UGC or the concerned agency, duly certified, shall be
acceptable).
- If employed, 'No Objection Certificate' (Annexure E) issued by the competent authority for
pursuing PhD,.
- Certificate of Reserved Category, if applicable.
- Gap Year Certificate, if any.
- Migration Certificate from last University/Institute attended.

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CHAPTER 10.

TENTATIVE SEATS
The number and distribution of seats available for admission to PhD for the session 2015-16 in
various Departments of the University is as under:
Sr.
No.

Name of the
Department

Total
Vacant
Seats

Reservation of
Seats

Broad area of specialization

Biotechnology

09

AI-01, HOG-02, SC-02,

Animal Biotechnology, Microbial

BCA-01, BCB-01, SBC-01, Biotechnology, Plant Biotechnology,


EBP-01
Microbial Biotechnology
2

BusinessAdministration

06

AI-01, HOG-02, SC-01,

Risk Management,

BCA-01, BCB-01

Bank Management, Marketing,


Strategic Management, Finance, General
Management

Chemistry

04

AI-01, HOG-01,

Organic, Physical

SC-01, BCA-01
4

Commerce

01

HOG-01

Finance

Computer Science &

06

AI-01, HOG-02 ,SC-01,

General

Applications
Economics

BCA-01, BCB-01
02

HOG-01, SC-01

Agricultural Economics & Rural


Development Economics.

Education

15

AI-02, HOG-04, SC-03,


Education Technology, Special
BCA-02, BCB-02, SBC-01, Education,Administration and
Management, Teacher Education,
EBP-01
EVG, Education Psychology,
Elementary Education, Guidance

English

13

AI-02, HOG-03, SC-02,

Eco-Criticism,

BCA-02, BCB-01, SBC-01, Literary Theory, Drama and Indian


EBP-01, PH-01
Literature in English, Afro-American,
Literature, Women Studies, ELT,
Indian Literature in Translation,
Diaspora Studies, Post-Colonial
Studies, Cultural Studies, Third World
Literature, Inter-Disciplinary Studies
9

Food Science &

02

10

Technology
Journalism & Mass

10

Communication

HOG-01, SC-01

Cereal Technology

AI-01, HOG-03,

Electronic Media,Advt. & PR,

SC-02, BCA-01,BCB-01,

Print Media, New Media.

SBC-01, EBP-01
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Law

13

AI-02, HOG-03, SC-02,

Constitutional Law, Family Law,

BCA-02, BCB-01, SBC-01, Labour Law, Criminal and Civil


EBP-01, PH-01
Law including Environmental and
Company Law.

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12

Physical Education

15

AI-02, HOG-04, SC-03,

Sports Training, Sports Psychology,

BCA-02, BCB-02,SBC-01, Kinanthropometry, Kinesiology,


EBP-01
Health & Phy. Edu., Yoga, Sports
Management & Psychology.
13

Physics

10

AI-01, HOG-03,SC-02,

Material Science including

BCA-01, BCB-01, SBC-01, Nanomaterials, Laser Physics/Photonics


EBP-01
Non Linear Dynamics.
14

Energy & Environmental 08


Sciences

15

PublicAdministration

12

AI-01, HOG-02, SC-01,


Environmental Microbiology/
BCA-01, BCB-01, SBC-01, Environmental Toxicology
EBP-01
AI-02, HOG-03, SC-02,

Administrative & Political Thought &

BCA-02, BCB-01, SBC-01, Theory, Indian Govt.And Politics,


EBP-01
Rural Development & Local Govt.,
Development Administration & Social
Admn., Research Methodology, Financial
Admn., NGOs Management, Social
Welfare Admn., Women Empowerment,
Urban/Rural Local Governance, RTI Act,
2 0 0 5 , Tr a n s p a r e n c y i n A d m n . ,
Administrative Thinkers, Administrative
Theory, Rural Local Govt./ Admn.
Transparency and Integrity in Admn.,
Human Resource Management, Financial
and Social Welfare Administration, Indian
Administration, Comparative Public
Administration,
&

Health Administration

M a n a g e m e n t ,

L o c a l

Govt./Administration, Disaster
Management, Indian Constitution, Topic
Related with Indian Economy, Issues of
Administrative Reforms, Social Welfare
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Mathematics
Total

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02
128

HOG-01, SC-01

Admn.
Applied Mathematics, Mechanics of
Continuous Media.

CHAPTER 11

SCHOLARSHIPS
(A). UNIVERSITY RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP(URS)
One seat irrespective of the reservation will be allotted under URS to each Department. Further, 06 additional
seats of URS may be allotted, by a committee constituted by the Vice-Chancellor, to reserved categories - two
seats for SC candidates, one for BC(A), one for BC(B), one for SBC, and one for Economically Backward Person
in General Categories. Allotment of these seats to various Departments will be made on rotation basis in
alphabetic order of Department names so that not more than one of these six seats is allocated to a Department in a
particular session.
(B). ANY OTHER SCHOLARSHIP for PhD Scholars as introduced from time to time shall be provided to the
Scholars as per eligibility criteria of the relevent Scheme.
Conditions for the award of Scholarship under (B) above:
(i)
The award of scholarship is dependent on the satisfactory progress and conduct of the scholar. If it is
reported by the head of the Department at any time that a scholar has by reasons of his/her own act of
default failed to make satisfactory progress or has been guilty of misconduct such as resorting to or
participating in strikes, irregularity in attendance without the permission of the authorities concerned etc,
the authority sanctioning the scholarship may either cancel the scholarships or stop or withhold further
payment for such period as it may think fit.
(ii)
If a student is found to have obtained a scholarship by false statements, his/her scholarship will be
cancelled forthwith and the amount of the scholarship paid will be recovered, at the directions of the
concerned State Government. The student concerned will be blacklisted and debarred for scholarship in
any scheme forever.
(iii)
A scholarship may be cancelled if the scholar changes the subject of the course of study for which the
scholarship was originally awarded or changes the Institution of study, without prior approval of the
Government. The concerned branch shall report such cases to the concerned body of the Government and
stop payment of the scholarship. The amount already paid will also be recovered at the directions of the
Government.
(iv)
A scholar is liable to refund the scholarship amount at the directions of the Government, if during the
course of the year, the studies for which the scholarship has been awarded, is discontinued by him/her.
(v)

The regulations can be changed at anytime by the concerned body/Govt.

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CHAPTER 12.

ORDINANCE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (PhD)


Locale
1. The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (hereinafter referred to as (Ph.D) may be granted in any
Faculty of the University.
2. Subject to general guidance of the Academic Council (hereinafter referred to as AC) and general
control of the Faculty concerned, Ph.D Degree shall be governed by Departmental Research
Committee (hereinafter referred to as DRC) and Post Graduate Board of Studies & Research
(hereinafter referred to as PGBOS&R).
Eligibility
3. A candidate seeking admission in Ph.D must have obtained 55% marks (52.25% for SC/ST
candidates) at Post Graduate degree (or equivalent) level in the subject chosen for research or an
allied subject (the alliance and/or equivalence for this purpose only, will be decided by the DRC).
4. A relaxation of 5 percent marks (2.75 out of 55) at Post Graduate degree (or equivalent) level will be
allowed for SC/ST candidates.
5. For calculating percentage of marks for Post Graduate degree (or equivalent) level in the subjects of
Education and Physical Education, if the candidate is seeking admission on basis of BEd/BPEd or
DPEd followed by MEd/MPEd (One year Course), marks obtained in BEd + MEd and/BPEd or
DPEd+MPEd (One year Course), as the case may be shall be halved.
Reservation of Seats
6. State reservation policy shall be followed for admission in Ph.D on the Department wise total seats
advertised.
7. The Registration and Scholarship (R&S) Branch shall issue general notification to all the
University Teaching Departments for ascertaining the number of vacant seats (category-wise and
along with specialisation of supervisors, if any) for Ph.D Course available in each Department well
in advance and shall notify the schedule for admission in Ph.D.
8. The candidate(s) shall apply for admission on the prescribed application form available in R&S
Branch of the University or on the downloaded form available at the University website
www.cdlu.ac.in. Incomplete application form shall not be entertained.
9. For admission in Ph.D, candidate must score minimum qualifying marks i.e. 40% percent (38
percent for SC/ST candidates) in entrance test conducted by the University OR the candidate must
be exempted from the entrance test as specified in Clause 23.
10. The Ph.DAdmission Committee shall consist of the following:
(i) Chairperson of the Department (Convener)
(ii) All the teachers of Department who are eligible to supervise the applicants for Ph.D
(Members).
(iii) In case, the total number of members as per sub-clauses (i) and (ii) above remains less than
three, then the Chairperson of the Department is authorised to take necessary steps (with the prior
approval of the Vice-Chancellor) to increase the total strength ofAdmission Committee to three.
11. Eligible candidates shall be interviewed by the Ph.DAdmission Committee.
12. The Ph.D Admission Committee shall draft a list of candidates provisionally admitted to Ph.D
Course and forward it to the fee section for depositing the fee of Pre-Ph.D Course by the candidates.
The Admission Committee shall also prepare a waiting list of candidates category-wise who may be
admitted in case the selected candidate does not turn up for admission and deposit the fee as per the
schedule notified.
Note i: The candidate shall not be admitted to Ph.D in the same Department/subject for pursuing
another Ph.D degree.
Note ii: Registration and Scholarship Branch shall be the dealing branch in case of Ph.D
before and after registration.
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Supervisor/Co-supervisor
13. Supervisor(s) may be regular teacher of the concerned Department and should have Ph.D.
degree. The Assistant Professor must have at least 03 year regular experience in PG
teaching/research at a national level research institute/Laboratory/University.
14. Co-supervisor may be (i) a teacher from the Department where admissions are considered, or (ii) an
inter-Departmental teacher within the University, or (iii) a teacher from outside the University, who
is otherwise eligible to supervise Ph.D. students, or (iv) Scientist with Ph.D Degree from any Indian
Institution/Research Laboratory/Industry/University. In no case, there shall be more than one cosupervisor. The qualification and experience of the co-supervisor will be the same as prescribed for
the supervisor.
Note iii: A justification for the need of co-supervisor and a written consent of the co-supervisor along
with bio-data, address, qualifications and permission from the employer shall be required. Cosupervisor will be associated at the time of meeting of DRC for pre-registration seminar and even
afterwards with the approval of the competent authority.
Note iv: No teacher shall be entitled to supervise the Ph.D work of his/her relations (as per the list
specified in University Examination Rules).
Number of Seats
15. The maximum number of seats for enrolling Ph.D students by an eligible teacher will be 08. In case
of Co-Supervisor(s), the Ph.D seats shall not be taken into consideration while counting these seats.
16. Candidates availing URS/JRF/MANF/RGNF etc. shall be covered within the limits mentioned in
Clause 15 above.
17. The seat shall be treated as vacant from the date of submission of thesis by the scholar.
18. The seats once offered by the teacher concerned through Department will not be withdrawn
after issuance of Admission Notice, however, if a teacher leaves the University after the
advertisement of seats and before the display of provisional merit list, then the seats shall be deemed
as withdrawn. Further, teacher shall not be allowed to register any candidate in Ph.D under his/her
supervision in the last year of his service.
Entrance Test
19. The entrance test for enrolment to Pre-Ph.D Course will be held once in an academic session as
notified by the University.
20. The entrance test shall be conducted by the Controller of Examinations of the University.
21. There shall be one paper of 100 marks consisting of 100 multiple-choice questions of one mark
each. The duration of the entrance test shall be 90 minutes. There shall be negative marking in
the
entrance test and th (25%) of the marks allotted to the question shall be deducted for each
wrong answer.
22. The syllabi of entrance test for Pre-Ph.D Course will be as per the syllabi of NET conducted by the
UGC/CSIR in the concerned subject.
23. Following categories of candidates will be exempted from the entrance test:
(a)
Who have qualified JRF(UGC/CSIR)/NET/SLET/GATE and any other exam of
research purpose at the Central Govt./State Govt. level.
(b)
Who have been awarded the scholarship of MANF/RGNF or any other scholarship
awarded by the State of Haryana.
(c)
Who have been awarded UGC/CSIR teacher fellowship, and
(d) Who have passed MPhil degree in regular mode in the relevant subject admitted through e n t r a n c e
test.
Note v: The candidate will have to furnish a duly attested certificate (alongwith the application form)
from the Chairperson/Director of the concerned Department of University/Institute to the effect that
he/she had passed MPhil degree in regular mode admitted through entrance test failing which the
candidate shall not be entitled for exemption from the entrance test and Pre-PhD course.
24. In case the number of applicants, who qualify the entrance test or are exempted from the entrance
test, happen to be more than the number of seats available in the respective Department, then the
merit list for admission to PhD shall be prepared by the PhD Admission Committee of the respective

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Department according to the following criteria:


Percentage of marks obtained at PG level examination =
50%
Percentage of marks obtained at UG level examination =
30%
Marks of Interview
=
20%
Total
=
100%
Note vi: The candidates having qualified UGC/CSIR-JRF/MANF/RGNF in the concerned subject
having validity period at the time of counselling shall be considered for admissions. Such candidates
shall give an undertaking at the time of enrolment to Ph.D. Course that he will join for fellowship
after enrollment failing which his/her admission may be cancelled.
Note vii: Every member of the PhD Admission Committee shall award interview marks out of 20.
Average marks of the interview will be considered for the merit.
25. The candidate(s) selected for Pre-PhD Course will have to deposit their fee in the Accounts
Branch as per schedule notified and submit a copy of the receipt of the fee in the concerned
Department, failing which seat(s) will be given to the next candidate(s) in the waiting list of the
respective category.
26. The candidate should submit his/her migration certificate to the Registration & Scholarship Branch
as per the schedule given below.
Without late fee
With late fee of Rs.250/With late fee of Rs.500/With late fee of Rs.1000/-

Up to 30 days from date of display of Provisional merit


list for Pre-PhD/PhD admission by the Department.
31 to 90 days from date of display of Provisional merit
list for Pre-PhD/PhD admission by the Department.
91-180 days from the date of display of Provisional merit
list for Pre-PhD/PhD admission by the Department.
181 days - 01 year from the date of display of Provisional
merit list for Pre-PhD/PhD failing which registration
will be cancelled automatically.

Provided that the Hon'ble Vice-Chancellor may allow readmission on sufficient cause and allow submission of
Migration Certificate with late fee of Rs.1500/- on the
recommendation of the Supervisor and the Chairperson of
the concerned Department within a period of 03 months
from the date of cancellation of registration.
27. The result of entrance test will be considered for admission to Pre-PhD Course or award of URS
only during the session for which the test was conducted and the same will not be considered in the
subsequent year(s).
Pre-PhD Course Work
28. The candidates (other than those who are exempted from Pre-PhD Course work, as per clause 37)
enrolled in Pre-PhD Course work shall have to undergo a semester-long course as notified by the
University.
29. The candidates who are in regular service and want to attend full Pre-PhD course work shall have to
submit the relieving certificate from the employer to join the Pre-PhD Course work.
30. During Pre-PhD Course, three subjects shall be taught and the scholars' performance shall be
evaluated at the end of semester through an external examination as per the following scheme:
Paper No.
Paper Title
Workload
Marks (Ext.+ Int.)
Paper I
Research Methodology
4 Hrs/Week
100 (80 + 20)
Paper II
Departmental Compulsory Paper
4 Hrs/Week
100 (80 + 20)
Paper III
Departmental Elective Paper
4 Hrs/Week
100 (80 + 20)
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31. Every student shall have to fulfil the condition of 75% minimum attendance in the course work.
Further, every student shall attend his/her classes on all working days unless he/she is granted leave
of absence by the Chairperson of the Department concerned. If a student remains absent from
his/her classes for a continuous period of seven working days without any valid reason, medical or
otherwise, his/her name shall be struck off the rolls, irrespective of the fact that he/she has paid
his/her dues.
However, the student may be re-admitted with the permission of the Chairperson of the
Department concerned on payment of re-admission fee, as prescribed by the University from time to
time in addition to arrears of fees, if any, provided that the Chairperson of the Department is satisfied
that if re-admitted the student will not fall short of requisite percentage of lectures.
32. Uniform pattern will be followed in conducting the examination of Pre-PhD Course.
33. Minimum qualifying marks in the Pre-PhD Course shall be 45 percent in individual paper and 50
percent in aggregate.
34. Candidate(s) shall have three chances (including two for re-appear) to successfully complete the
Pre-PhD Course. However, one more chance may be allowed by the Vice-Chancellor depending on
the merit of the each case. In any case, the candidate shall have to complete the Pre-PhD Course
within a period of two years from the date of admission in this course.
35. The examination branch shall issue a Certificate in regard to the Pre-PhD Course. The candidate
who has qualified the Pre-PhD Course shall not be allowed to apply for revaluation of papers.
However, the candidate who could not qualify the Pre-PhD Course may be allowed to apply for
revaluation of papers as per University rules.
36. After satisfactory completion of Pre-PhD/Capsule Course, a scholar shall be eligible for registration
in PhD.
Exemption/Relaxation in Pre-PhD Course/Capsule Course
37. The candidate who has passed MPhil degree through regular mode (through entrance test) shall be
exempted from Pre-PhD course/capsule course if he/she produces a duly attested certificate in this
regard alongwith the application form as mentioned in Clause-23.
38. The regular employees with five years regular experience of the Central/State Universities, Aided
Colleges or Govt. Research Institutions/Organisations enrolled in Pre-PhD Course will be entitled
to undergo the course work in three capsule programmes of ten days each with the gap of 30 to 45
days in between each capsule as notified by the concerned teaching Department. Such candidates
are required to produce relieving certificate(s) from the employer.
39. In case the candidates admitted under clause-38 above, a certificate to this effect shall be issued by
the Controller of Examinations.
Registration
40. (a) DRC shall allot the supervisor(s) to candidates by taking into consideration their area(s) of
interest and specialisation(s) of prospective supervisor(s). Allocation of supervisor shall have to be
made within one month of admission of candidates exempted from Pre Ph.D. course work and
within one month of declaration of result of pre Ph.D. course work for successful candidates in pre
Ph.D. course work. Allocation of supervisors to candidates shall be notified by the Department on
notice board.
(b) The candidate(s) shall have to prepare and submit the synopsis in the Department in consultation
with their respective supervisor(s), within a period of three months from the date of allocation of
supervisor with a request to hold the Pre-registration seminar. The synopsis submitted by the
candidate shall be considered by the DRC within a period of three months from the date of
submission of synopsis by the candidate. The candidate shall have to deliver a pre-registration
seminar before DRC on the day of its meeting. If a candidate fails to appear for pre-registration
seminar, without prior approval of Chairperson, in two consecutive meetings of the DRC, then the
seat will be treated as vacant.
(c)
At the time of pre-registration seminar, the DRC shall also consider the request of
allocation of co-supervisor, if any, made by the candidate and endorsed by the supervisor and
consented by the proposed co-supervisor.

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41. The synopsis shall conform to the format given below:


(a) A title page showing the title/area/field of research should be in English as well as Hindi
version. Title should be transliterated in Hindi if the topic has been approved in English,
and this should be transliterated in English if it is approved in Hindi and name of the
Scholar and Supervisor, name of the Department, Faculty and University, etc.
(b) Body of the synopsis comprising sections like Introduction, Relevant Literature
Review, Research Objectives, Research Hypotheses, Methodology, Organisation and
Usefulness of the Study, followed by References/ Bibliographic section.
(c) The synopsis shall be duly signed by the candidate and supervisor.
42. PGBOS&R shall consider the recommendations of DRC and shall make its recommendations to the
Faculty concerned, whose recommendations shall be taken up by theAcademic Council.
43. The Registration & Scholarship (R&S) Branch shall, within a period not exceeding one month from
the date of receipt of minutes of the meeting of Faculty concerned along with the relevant
documents, scrutinize the registration cases and inform the candidates about the status of their
registration (through registered post) and ask the candidates to deposit the fee(s) whose cases have
been approved by Faculty concerned and are found eligible. Such candidates will be given a time
period of one month to deposit the fee w.e.f. the date of issuance of letter.
44. If a candidate fails to deposit the fee in the stipulated period of time; his/her right to PhD registration
shall be forfeited.
45. After depositing the fee, the candidate shall be admitted provisionally and will be allotted
provisional Registration No. in PhD, subject to the approval of Academic Council, after which the
admission will stand confirmed.
46. The date of meeting of PGBOS&R shall be treated as the date of registration of the candidate in
PhD.
47. The candidate(s) enrolled/registered in PhD before the enforcement of this PhD Ordinance will be
governed by the respective PhD Ordinance(s) under which they were admitted/registered.
Departmental Research Committee (DRC)
48. Following will comprise the DRC:
(i)
Chairperson of the Department, (Chairperson, DRC)
(ii)
All the teachers of the Department who are eligible to supervise the PhD scholars
(Members).
Note viii: 50 percent members of DRC will complete the quorum in the meeting.
49. In case, the total number of members as per sub-clauses (i) and (ii) above remain less than three, then
the Chairperson concerned will recommend the name(s) of the outside expert(s) for inclusion in
DRC, who shall be Professor(s). Such recommendations shall be considered by Vice Chancellor.
TA/DA and honorarium to outside expert(s) will be paid as per University rules. The DRC in such
cases will be notified by theAcademic Branch.

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Conduct of the Scholar, De-Registration and Re-Registration


50. If the work and conduct of the research scholar is found unsatisfactory at any stage as reported by
the supervisor(s) or he/she is not reporting to the supervisor regularly and frequently, then on the
request of the supervisor(s), DRC shall give him/her an opportunity to explain his/her position and
make suitable recommendations including de-registration. The PGBOS&R may then recommend
the cancellation of his/her registration to the appropriate bodies and request of candidate for refund
of fee shall not be entertained.
51. The registration of scholar may also be cancelled on the basis of written request made by the scholar.
However, the request of the candidate for refund of fee shall not be entertained.
52. If a candidate fails to submit his/her thesis within the stipulated period of 4 years from the date of
registration in PhD and has not applied for the extension before the expiry of the above said period,
the registration of the candidate will automatically stand cancelled. However, the candidate may
apply for restoration of his/her PhD registration with restoration fee of Rs. 2,000/- within a period of
3 months, Rs. 5,000/- within a period of 6 months, and Rs. 10,000/- within a period of one year,

whereafter no application shall be entertained. The application for restoration of registration must
be recommended by the supervisor(s) and the DRC. The Vice-Chancellor may allow such
restoration, if he is satisfied with the reasons given by the scholar.
Admission in other Courses and Migration
53. A research scholar shall not join any other course of study or appear in any other examination for
obtaining any other regular degree conducted by any University or public body within duration of
PhD. The Vice-Chancellor may, however, allow a scholar to appear in an examination or to attend a
course which is conducive to his/her research and is of minor nature, including improvement of
previous result, so that it does not consume much of his/her time. However, there is no need to seek
permission for competitive examination for jobs. No scholar will be allowed to migrate from the
University during the course of his/her PhD work unless he/she has left the PhD course or has
completed it.
Stay on the Campus
54. (i) The Scholars availing JRF/SRF/RGNF/MANF/URS or any other fellowship/scholarship shall
have to mark their attendance in the Department concerned during office hours throughout the
duration of their scholarship. The Chairperson shall be empowered to assign teaching work to such
scholars. They may be assigned a teaching workload of upto 6 hours/weeks without any additional
remuneration.
(ii) Scholars who are not covered in point 54(i) above, shall have to mark their attendance in the
Department at least for one year. However, the stay of such Scholars may be exempted in case
his/her supervisor certifies that (a) he/she has been personally meeting the supervisor regularly and
frequently to discuss the research work and (b) there are ample research facilities at the place where
the scholar normally resides.
Seminars/Progress Report
55. PhD scholars shall present following seminars in the meeting of DRC:
(a) One pre-registration seminar after submitting the synopsis.
(b) Annual progress seminars to be held (till the submission of PhD thesis) in the month of
September/October every year (annual progress report also needs to be submitted at the time of
presentation) till the submission of PhD. However, the 1st seminar shall be conducted after at
least six months of the date of registration.
(c) Pre-submission seminar, which will be an open seminar for all the teachers of the concerned
faculty and students for getting feedback and comments, which may be suitably incorporated in
draft thesis under the advice of the supervisor.
56. Seminars on progress of research work will be held on the dates notified by the Chairperson of the
Department.
57. The pre-submission seminar will be held on the request of the candidate (endorsed by his/her
supervisor(s)) claiming that he/she has completed the research work as proposed in the synopsis.
The candidate will have to submit the PhD thesis within a period of nine months from the date of
pre-submission seminar, failing which he/she will have to present the pre-submission seminar again
in the meeting of DRC.
Duration of PhD Course
58. Notwithstanding anything contained in the Clause 57 above, scholar pursuing PhD shall normally
submit his/her thesis within a period of two to four years counted from the date of registration in
PhD, which could be extended up to 6 years in total, in the slots of one year at a time. Extension in the
period of submission, if any, may be granted by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the
supervisor(s) and the DRC.
Language
59. The language of thesis will remain English or Hindi except in the subjects of languages, wherein the
thesis can be written in English, Hindi or any other language, as the case may be.
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Change of Topic
60. Modification in the title/synopsis of the research problem may be allowed up to 2 years after the date
of registration provided that such a change is recommended by the supervisor(s) and the DRC and
approved by the appropriate bodies i.e. PGBOS&R, Faculty and Academic Council. Date of
registration in such cases shall remain the same as approved earlier by the competent bodies.
However, minor changes in the title/synopsis may be allowed by the DRC up to the time of holding
of pre-submission seminar with the approval of Vice-Chancellor.
Change of Supervisor
61. (a) Change of supervisor(s) shall not be allowed at the whims of the scholars.
(b) In case, the supervisor is unable to supervise the work due to resignation/retirement/long leave
or any other valid reason, to be recorded, the Vice-Chancellor may allow the change of the
Supervisor on the request of the candidate on the recommendation of DRC, if the ViceChancellor is satisfied that the change of the supervisor(s) is in the interest of completion of the
research work. The supervisor, who has left, may continue to act as co-supervisor of the scholar.
In such cases the written consent from the existing and proposed supervisor will be required.
(c) The supervisor who has been supervising the scholar for a year or more and retires thereafter and
is willing to continue to supervise the candidate can do so till the submission of his/her thesis.
Note ix: In case of retirement/resignation/long leave or any other valid reason, the seat so allotted to
another supervisor will be over and above the maximum number of seats allotted to a teacher as
specified in Clause 15.
Fee Structure
(Rs.)
62. Various fees will be chargeable as follows:
(a)
Application Form including Ordinance
1600/(b)
Pre-PhD Course fee (One-time)
5000/(c)
Examination fee (Pre-PhD Course)
1000/(d)
Registration fee (One-time)
1000/(e)
Library fee (Annually)
2000/(f)
Medical fee (Annually)
1000/(g)
Annual fee (for non-science subjects)
5000/(h)
Annual fee (for science subjects)
10000/(i)
Thesis evaluation fee (One-time)
5000/-.
(j)
Caution money (One-time)
3000/(k)
GIS (Annually)
100/Note x: 50 percent concession of the total fee (except examination and registration fee) to the
employees of Chaudhary Devi Lal University and their dependents (sons, daughters, brothers,
sisters, spouse, who is/are not working and is/are fully dependent on him/her and living with
him/her) will be applicable.

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Submission of Thesis
63. The scholar shall be allowed to submit his/her thesis only after he/she has published at least one
research paper in refereed journal with ISSN Number from his PhD work and produce evidence for
the same in the form of acceptance letter or the reprint at the time of PhD pre-submission seminar.
Declaration from the scholar and certificate from supervisor(s) in regard to the content of the thesis,
in full or part, have not been submitted to any other institute or University for award of any other
degree or diploma.
64. The scholar shall submit six copies of his/her thesis alongwith six copies of summary separately in
the concerned Department. The Chairperson shall send all the copies to examination Branch for
evaluation along with proper intimation to the R&S Branch. Two copies will be sent to the examiners
for evaluation. After the award of PhD Degree, one copy of thesis will be sent to University Library,
one copy to the Department Library, one copy be retained in the examination branch for office
record, and finally, one copy will be sent to the University Grant Commission. The scholar shall have
to submit a soft copy of the thesis in CD, in MS Word/PDF format. The summary will be sent to the
examiners while seeking their consents for evaluation of thesis and the date of submission of the
thesis shall be the date of its submission in the Department.

65. The thesis finally submitted shall be typed both sides on A-4 size (unless otherwise required) bond
paper. The other specifications for printing of thesis are as under:
Font name:
Times New Roman
Font Size:
12 point
Printer type:
Laser printer (unless otherwise required)
Line spacing:
1.5
Left/Right/Top/Bottom margins:
1.0 inch each
Footer margin:
As per requirement (for footnotes)
Header margin:
0.5 inch
Gutter margin:
0.5 inch (for binding purpose)
Note xi: The scholar may incorporate the contents of any work that he/she may have published on
the subject in his/her thesis, but shall mention this fact in the thesis. However, he/she shall not
include in his/her thesis the work for which a degree/diploma has been conferred on him/her by any
University.
Evaluation of Thesis
66. Keeping in view of area/subject of research, the DRC, on the recommendations of supervisor(s),
will draw a list of sufficient number of examiners/evaluators and forward to PGBOS&R, which
shall consider the list of examiners/evaluators drawn by DRC and recommend a panel of 8-10
experts along with their designation, contact number and email address for appointment as
evaluators/examiners for the evaluation/examining of thesis. Out of the panel, at least 50 percent
examiners/evaluators should be from Universities/Institutes outside of the Haryana state selecting
not more than one examiner/evaluator from the one University/Institute. The panel of
examiners/evaluators recommended by PGBOS&R shall be valid for a period of nine months only
from the date of meeting of PGBOS&R. The Vice-Chancellor may add more names in the panel of
examiners or ask the board to add more names in the panel of examiners, if needed.
67. The PGBOS&R shall ensure that the panel of examiners/evaluators should be Professors /Associate
Professor or Scientists of equivalent grade and their specialisation is relevant to the area /subject of
the research work carried out by the scholar. Names of only those persons would be recommended
who are known to be physically fit and are able to undertake journey for the conduct of Viva-Voce, if
invited. Retired persons, who are otherwise fit for the purpose, may also be empanelled as
examiners/evaluators.
68. The thesis shall be referred to two evaluators/examiners appointed by the Vice- Chancellor from the
panel, out of which at least one shall be from outside the Haryana State. The scholar will have to
present him/her for the Viva-Voce, which shall also be openly defended, as and when fixed by the
examination branch in consultation with the Chairperson of the Department, failing which he/she
will be declared ineligible for the award of degree. However, in case the scholar is unable to attend
the Viva-Voce on fixed date for any valid reason, the Controller of Examinations, on scholar's
written request and with a fee of Rs. One Thousand only (Rs.1000/-), may allow one time
postponement of the date of Viva-Voce up to a maximum period of 3 months from the date
previously fixed, failing which the candidate will be declared ineligible for the award of degree. In
case, the examiner has turned up for Viva-Voce examination of the said candidate on the fixed date,
the total expenditure of TA/DA will be charged from the candidate up to next rounding figure of
Rs.100/-.
69. The examiners/evaluators shall state clearly whether (i) the thesis may be accepted in its original
form for the award of PhD Degree, or (ii) the thesis may be accepted with clarifications (the
clarification shall be submitted separately) for the award of PhD Degree, or (iii) Re-submission of
thesis after duly incorporating modifications suggested by evaluator(s)/examiner(s) or (iv) the
thesis be rejected. He/she shall give justification for the approval or rejection of the thesis.
70. If the evaluator(s)/examiner(s) of the thesis recommend the award of the degree, he/she may also
give in the report a set of five to ten questions, which he/she would like to put to the candidate at the
time of Viva-Voce.
71. If one or both the evaluators/examiners recommend re-submission with a revision of the thesis, the
candidate shall be asked to modify the thesis and re-submit the same only once, not earlier than 6

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months and not later than one year, after having carried out all the modifications along with a
certificate from the supervisor that all the modifications suggested by the examiner(s)/evaluator(s)
have been incorporated in the PhD thesis. If one of the examiners rejects the thesis, the thesis shall
be sent to the third examiner/evaluator appointed by the Vice-Chancellor from the existing panel.
Note xii: The thesis will be resubmitted with a thesis evaluation fee of Rs.5000/72. The re-submitted thesis shall be re-examined by the same examiner(s) who have evaluated the
thesis. If any of them is unable or unwilling to do so, then another examiner shall be appointed from
the existing panel by the Vice-Chancellor. The examiner(s) appointed for this purpose shall examine
whether suggested modifications have been incorporated adequately in the thesis or not.
73. If two or more evaluators have recommended the rejection of the thesis, then the thesis shall be
considered rejected.Acandidate whose thesis has been rejected shall not be registered again for PhD
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Viva-Voce
74. If two examiners/evaluators recommend the award of PhD degree, the candidate should be
examined through a Viva-Voce by one of the examiners/evaluators who have recommended the
award of the PhD Degree. The examiner/evaluator for Viva-Voce shall be appointed by the ViceChancellor. If the evaluators/examiners of the above category (i.e. those who have recommended
the award of PhD degree) are unable or unwilling to conduct the Viva-Voce, another
evaluator/examiner may be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor out of the existing panel.
75. The Viva-Voce shall be conducted by the External Examiner in the concerned Department of the
University unless ordered otherwise by the Vice-Chancellor. The date, time and the topic of thesis
shall be notified to the teachers including the supervisor and the research scholars of the Faculty by
the Chairperson, who shall be permitted to be present at the time of Viva-Voce Examination, but
they shall have no right to put any question to the scholar. In case of non-availability of Chairperson
concerned due to some unavoidable reasons, the senior most teacher of the Department shall make
necessary arrangements for the conduct of Viva-Voce.
76. If the candidate is unable to defend Viva-Voce successfully, then the second evaluator may be called
for conducting the Viva-Voce after giving atleast
3 months time to the scholar. The report
of Viva-Voce of second evaluator will be considered final.
77. The Chairperson shall send (in a sealed cover) the Viva-Voce report to the examination branch, duly
signed by the external examiner.
78. The reports of all the evaluators/examiners and Viva-Voce shall be placed before the RDC, which
will comprise of:
(a)
Vice-Chancellor (Chairperson)
(b)
Dean of Faculty concerned (Member)
(c)
Controller of Examinations (Member)
(d)
Chairperson of the Department concerned (Member)
The RDC shall consider the reports and recommend whether:
(a)
The PhD degree be awarded,
OR
(b)
The thesis be rejected.
The absence of the Dean of Faculty and the Chairperson of the Department concerned in the meeting
of RDC shall not vitiate its proceedings. However, the Vice-Chancellor may co-opt an expert in the
area in place of the Chairperson of the Department/Dean of Faculty. Further, provisional degree
shall be issued to the scholar on the recommendation of RDC from the date of its meeting.
79. The examination branch must ensure that the process of evaluation, Viva-Voce, meeting of
Research Degree Committee and notification of the award of PhD Degree may be completed within
a year from the date of receiving the PhD thesis in the branch.
80. Along with the PhD Degree, the University shall also issue a provisional certificate to the effect that
the PhD Degree has been awarded in conformance with the UGC Minimum Standards and
Procedure for the award of PhD Degree Regulations 2009. Such certificate shall be issued to
scholars except those who have undergone a capsule course work.

Publication of Thesis
81. A scholar may be allowed to publish his/her thesis in book form provided that if at least one of the
evaluators/examiners has made such a recommendation in his/her report. The
evaluator(s)/examiner(s) for the thesis shall also indicate in the report whether the thesis is fit for
publication in its original or modified form. In the latter case, he/she will make definite suggestions
for modification.
82. No thesis shall be published without prior permission of the University. The research scholar may
apply to the Chairperson for publishing his/her thesis who shall forward the application to seek
examiners' report regarding publication of thesis. In case the examiner(s) has/have recommended
publication with modifications, a certificate will be obtained from the supervisor to the effect that
necessary modifications as suggested by the examiner(s) have been properly incorporated in the
thesis. Thereafter the case shall be placed before the Vice-Chancellor for obtaining the approval of
publication on the recommendations of evaluator(s)/examiner(s). Publication expenditure shall be
borne by the scholar. Two copies of publication shall be submitted in examination branch; one for
examination branch and another for library.
83. The Controller of Examination shall forward a soft copy (PDF) of the PhD thesis to UGC (for
uploading it on INFLIBNET) within a period of thirty days after the notification/award of PhD
degree to the scholar. A soft copy (PDF) of summary report will also be uploaded on the University
Website.
Plagiarism
84. Notwithstanding anything mentioned above, the Academic Council on the recommendation of the
Vice-Chancellor shall have the right to withdraw the PhD Degree if plagiarism or duplication or any
other form of malpractice is detected at any stage and to initiate such further action as it deems fit.
Provided that the Vice-Chancellor shall get the complaint in the matter investigated confidentially
and shall give the accused a fair opportunity to explain his/her viewpoint before he/she makes
his/her recommendations on the matter to the Academic Council. There shall be no limit of time for
this action ofAcademic Council.
Bodies Governing the PhD
85. The conduct of PhD Course shall be governed by following bodies:
PhDAdmission Committee
Departmental Research Committee (DRC)
Post Graduate Board of Studies & Research (PGBOS&R)
Faculty
Research Degree Committee (RDC)
Academic Council
Remuneration
86. Remuneration to be paid to the evaluator(s) and Viva-Voce Examiner will be fixed by the University
and may be revised from time to time. AIR FARE shall be paid to the examiner of Viva-Voce, after
approval of the Vice-Chancellor.

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CHAPTER 13.
RULES FOR AWARD OF
UNIVERSITY RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP
General
1. University Research Scholarship (hereinafter referred to as URS) may be awarded in each University
Teaching Department, where research facilities are available, by the Vice-Chancellor on the
recommendations of PhD Admission Committee, constitution of which is mentioned in PhD Ordinance
of the University.
2. The amount of URS will be at par with Project Fellow appointed in UGC - Major Research Project,
which will be revised by the University as per revision made by UGC from time-to-time. URS shall be
tenable for two years in the first instance which shall be extendable on yearly basis ordinarily for a
period of one year, but in no case beyond a period of two years by the Vice-Chancellor subject to explicit
certification in support of satisfactory work progress on the recommendations of the Supervisor(s) and
the Chairperson of the Department.
3. In addition, an annual contingency grant of Rs.5000/- shall be admissible to the scholar for the purpose
of stationery, TA/DA and miscellaneous expenses. The bills of contingency shall have to be verified by
the Supervisor and countersigned by the Chairperson of the Department. The amount of contingency
may be revised by the competent University Authority from time to time. R&S Branch shall put up the
case for revision of contingency amount every two years.

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Number of Scholarships
4. One seat irrespective of the reservation will be allotted under URS to each Department.
5. Further, SIX additional seats of URS will be allotted to reserved categories - two seats for SC candidates,
one for BC(A), one for BC(B), one for SBC, and one for Economically Backward Persons in general
categories. Allotment of these seats to various Departments will be made on rotation basis in alphabetic
order of Department names so that not more than one of these six seats is allocated to a Department in a
particular session. The distribution of these seats may be made by a committee constituted by the ViceChancellor. Record to this effect will be kept by the R&S Branch for the purpose of continuity and fair
distribution of these seats among various Departments.
6. No payment of scholarship shall be made to the research scholars after the submission of his/her PhD
thesis or after the tenure of scholarship is over, whichever is earlier.
7. URS will be open to persons who have obtained at least 55 percent marks at Post Graduate degree level
(or equivalent) from this University or from recognised University (52.25 percent marks for SC/ST
candidates), and are below the age of 30 years. The age limit shall be relaxed by 5 years for the
candidates belonging to Schedule Caste/Schedule Tribes, Backward Classes, Physically Handicapped,
Blind and Women candidates.
8. Acandidate who vies for URS shall have to qualify the PhD Entrance Test conducted by the University.
9. Distribution of 06 additional seats of URS for reserved categories (as mentioned in clause 05 above) will
be made by a committee constituted by the Vice-Chancellor.
10. For calculating percentage of marks for Post Graduate degree (or equivalent) level in the subjects of
Education and Physical Education, if the candidate is seeking admission on basis of BEd/BPEd or
DPEd followed by MEd/MPEd (One year Course), marks obtained in BEd + MEd and/BPEd or
DPEd+MPEd (One year Course), as the case may be shall be halved.

11. Option exercised for availing URS by the scholar at the time of submission of application form shall be
final.
12. Basis of award of the URS will be the composite merit calculated as follows:
a) 40 percent of the score of the candidate in the entrance test;
b) 40 percent of the marks obtained in the qualifying examination.
c)Averaged interview marks out of maximum 20 marks.
13. Payment of University Research Scholarship shall be admissible w.e.f. date of joining after the approval
of competent authority but not prior to registration, subject to approval ofAcademic Council.
Progress of Research Work
14. After the candidate has been selected for award of URS by the PhD Admission Committee and has been
admitted to Pre-PhD Course (or are exempted from the course work) his/her conduct/work shall be
governed by the rules mentioned in PhD ordinance of the University.
15. When a university research scholarship has been granted, the scholar will be required to do whole time
research work governed by PhD Ordinance of the University.
16. After the grant of scholarship, the scholar will be required to submit a report of progress of research work
every year to the Chairperson (endorsed and forwarded by the supervisor(s)) of the Department
concerned. Reports of progress, satisfactory or otherwise shall be considered by the DRC, which will
make its recommendations to higher bodies. The continuance of the scholarship would depend on the
satisfactory progress of work of the scholar(s).
17. No scholar availing URS shall join any other course of study or appear in any other examination
conducted by any University or public body while doing research. The Vice-Chancellor may, however,
allow a candidate to appear in an examination or to attend a course which is conducive to his research and
is of minor nature, including improvement of previous result, so that it does not consume much of his
time.
18. During first six months of the award, the scholar will be on probation. Confirmation of the award will
depend on the satisfactory completion of the period of probation.
Recovery of Scholarship
19. The URS shall complete the full period of his/her tenure of scholarship. In the event, the scholar
discontinue or give up his scholarship and leave the Department without prior permission of the ViceChancellor, during the period of scholarship or extended period, if extension was allowed, for no valid
reasons, or the scholar concerned fails to submit his/her PhD Thesis within the time period prescribed in
the PhD Ordinance, he/she shall refund the whole amount of scholarship paid by the University or a part
thereof as recommended by the Chairperson in consultation with the Supervisor concerned.
Provided that no recovery of scholarship shall be made (i) if he/she joins a regular job in a teaching,
defence or R&D organisation and submits his/her PhD Thesis within the prescribed time; (ii) if he/she
enters into the service of central or state government or that of a private organisation, and submits his/her
PhD Thesis within the prescribed time. Failing either of these conditions being met, the scholar will be
required to refund the entire amount of scholarship as may have been drawn by the candidate.
20. The scholar shall, execute a bond with the University on the prescribed format, giving surety of any one
of the following: (Annexure-A)
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(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)

Apermanent employee of the University.


Apermanent employee of the State Govt.
Apermanent employee of autonomous statutory body situated in Haryana
Natural parents/legal guardian having property/employment.

Leave
21. Provided that the Vice-Chancellor may on the recommendations of the Chairperson of the Department,
grant the scholar, who availing a URS, leave not exceeding six months and allow him to resume the
scholarship on the expiry of this leave to complete the remaining tenure of the scholarship.
22. Provided further that the Vice-Chancellor may in very hard and exceptional cases allow extension in
leave for a period not exceeding three months to a Research Scholar who proceeds on leave for academic
pursuits only.
23. If a research scholarship falls vacant, it should be awarded within a period of six months from the date it
falls vacant for the full term of one year. In such cases, the selection should be from within the panel
already derived in order of merit.
24. Leave for a maximum of 30 days in a year in addition to general holidays may be allowed to a Research
Scholar by the Chairperson of the Department on the recommendation of the Supervisor. They will not
be entitled to any vacations. No other leave of any kind will be admissible to a research scholar availing a
scholarship. The period of survey/consultation of libraries/laboratories as recommended by the
supervisor(s) will not be counted as leave.
25. Provided that the women awardees shall be eligible for maternity leave at full rates for a period not
exceeding three months during the tenure of their scholarship.
26. The scholar(s) availing URS may be allotted a teaching workload up to 6 Hrs/week without any
additional remuneration.
The scholar(s) has to mark their attendance during working hours in the Department concerned throughout
the duration of their scholarship

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Annexure-A
Bond to be executed by the Research Scholars/Fellows on admission with the
Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa.
RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP BOND
We (1) .and(2)........
do hereby bind ourselves and each of us,our each our heirs, executors and administrators to pay to the Chaudhary Devi
Lal University, Sirsa, or assignees on demand the sum of ..................
(Rs..................only) the amount drawn during the period of URS and the extended period of Research
Scholarship if extension is allowed, signed and dated this day of .20. .
Whereas the above bounded (1).is nominated to a Research
Scholarship/Fellowship of the Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa and whereas the above bounded
(1).. As nominee of such Scholarship/Fellowship under the rules and conditions
comprised in the Ordinance relating to the award of Research Scholarship of the University entitled to a
Scholarship/Fellowship of per month for years.
Now the condition of the written
obligation is that in .the event of the above bounden
(1)... not conforming to or observing the rules and conditions under a subject to
which the Scholarship/Fellowship has been awarded to him/her or of discontinuing the research before the
completion of prescribed period of . Years and the extended period if extension is allowed
whichever is later for no valid reason the above bounden (1). (2) shall forthwith refund
to the Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa all money paid to him/her in respect of the said Scholarship/Fellowship and in
the matter deciding that money is to be paid, the decision of the University shall be final upon the making of such refund,
the above written obligation shall be void and no effect; otherwise shall be and remain in full force and virtue.
Provided always that the said above written bond is entered by the above bounded
(1)(2) . On further condition that any forgiveness or forbearance on
the part of the Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa towards the above bounden ... in respect
of his/her failure or neglect to confirm or to observe the rules and conditions herein before mentioned to make such
refund, as aforesaid shall not, in any way, receive or exonerate the above bounden
(2).. in respect of his/her liability under the above written bond.
Signed by the above bounden (1) (Full Signatures)
Signatures):- -

in the presence of (Full

Name & Address..........


...........................................................................................................................................signed by the above bounden
(2)......(Full Signatures) in the presence of (Full Signatures):- Name & Address
1. Full Name of the Scholar:
Address:
2. Full Name of the Scholar:
Address:
Witness in token of identification by any two persons with their addresses who are well aware of the character
and conduct of the Scholar.
Verified
(Supervisor)

Countersigned
(Chairperson of the Department)

Annexure-B
PROFORMA FOR ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT OF RESEARCH SCHOLAR

FROM ......................................... TO.........................

PART-A
1. Name of Research Scholar
2. Correspondence Address

3. Registration Number

: ........................................................................
: ...........................................................................
: ........................................................................
: ......................................................................................................
: ...................................................................

4. Date of Registration

: ...............................................................

5. Annual Fee deposited **

: Receipt No...................Dated............Amount Rs..........

6. Approved Topic of Research

: ................................................................

7. Nature of Fellowship, if any

: ........................................................................

8. Details of leaves availed during


the period under report, if any

: ...........................................................................

9. *Research work done during


the period

: ................................................................

10. *Research papers published

: ..............................................................................

11. *Any other information not


covered above

: ................................................................
: ........................................................................
: ........................................................................
:......................................................................

(Signature of the Research Scholar)


Date:

*Attach separate sheets, if required, for details.


**Attach photocopies of University Cash Receipt as proof of annual fee deposited.

PART-B
REPORT OF THE SUPERVISOR
1. Conduct of the Research Scholar: ................................................................
2. Overall Assessment of the Progress and specific comments of the Supervisor:
..................................
.............................
.............................
................................
..................................
............................
...........................

Date:

(Signature of the Supervisor/Co-Supervisor)


(Department of ..........)
Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa

______________________________________________________________________________________
PART-C
RECOMMENDATIONS OF CHAIRPERON OF THE DEPARTMENT
...................................
...................................
........
..............................................................
.........................................................
............

Date:
(Signature of the Chairperson)
(Department of )
Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa

Annexure C
PROFORMA OF DECLARATION BY RESEARCH SCHOLAR AT THE TIME OF SUBMISSION OF THESIS

This is to certify that the material embodied in the present work entitled .............................................
...................................................................................................................................................................
......................................................................................................................................................................."
(Transliterated in Hindi, if topic approved in English and this should be transliterated in English if it is
approved in Hindi)
"..................................................................................................................................................................
........................................................................................................................................................................
is based on my original research work. It has not been submitted in part or full for any other diploma or
degree of any University. My indebtedness to other works has been duly acknowledged at the relevant
places in the thesis.

(Signature of the Research Scholar)

Name

: ..

Regn. No.

: ..

Department

: .

(Countersigned by Supervisor/Co-Supervisor)

Annexure D
No

CHAUDHARY DEVI LAL UNIVERSITY, SIRSA


(Established by State Legislature Act 9 of 2003)
Application Form for Registration to PhD for such candidates who have qualified Pre-PhD course
or are exempted from Pre-PhD course
IMPORTANT: Candidates should read the PhD Ordinance carefully before filling the Application Form. No column should be
left blank.
To
The Chairperson
Space for
Dept. of _________________
Chaudhary Devi Lal University
Photograph
Sirsa
Duly Attested
Sir/Madam
I intend to get myself registered for PhD Programme in the Department of my candidature. I have read the Ordinance of
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) for this course and undertake to abide by its provisions faithfully.
PARTICULARS TO BE FILLED IN BYTHE CANDIDATE

1.

Name of Candidate
(In block letters)
(In Hindi)

2.

Father's Name
(In block letters)
(In Hindi)

3.

Mother's Name
(In block letters)
(In Hindi)

4.

Spouse Name
(In block letters)
(In Hindi)

5.

Date of Birth

7.

Sex

9.

Permanent Address

Male

Female

6.

Category

8.

Nationality

PIN

10.

Mailing Address

PIN

11.

Telephone No.

email:

12.

Registration No.

(If already registered with this university)

13.

Belongs to the area

Rural

Urban

14.

Educational Qualifications:Examination
School/College/University
Matriculation

Year

%age

Subject

10+2
B.A./B.Sc./B.Com./
B.Tech/B.E./B.Pharma
M.A./M.Sc./M.Com./
M.Pharma./M.E./M.Tech.
Pre-Ph.D.
Any Other Exam.
15.

Employment record :
Sr.
Name of Organisation with address

Designation

From

To

Salary (Rs.)

16.

Research Experience ( if any, give Details)______________________________________________________________

17.

Title of the Proposed Research : (In English/Hindi)_______________________________________________________


________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________
(Transliterated in Hindi if the topic has been approved in English, and this should be transliterated in English if it is approved in Hindi)

________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________

I declare that the information furnished above is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. If any information is found
incorrect, my registration to PhD is liable to be cancelled.

Dated :

................
Signature of the Candidate

RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENTAL RESEARCH COMMITTEE (DRC)

1. Recommended/Not Recommended..................................
2. Brief reasons, if not recommended...............................
..............................
3. Proposed Supervisor ........................................................
4. Co- Supervisor, if any: .................................................................................................
5. Topic of Research: ........................................................................................................
(Transliterated in Hindi if the topic has been approved in English, and this should be transliterated in English if it is

approved in Hindi):

....................................................................
Date:
Chairperson
Department Research Committee
RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE POST GRADUATE BOARD OF STUDIES AND RESEARCH

1. Recommended/Not Recommended..................................
2. Brief reasons, if not recommended...............................
...............................
3. Proposed Supervisor .........................................................
4. Co- Supervisor, if any: .................................................................................................
5. Topic of Research:.. ..................................................................................................
(Transliterated in Hindi if the topic has been approved in English, and this should be transliterated in English if it is

approved in Hindi):

......................................................................
Date: .
Chairperson
PGBOS&R
RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE FACULTY

1. Recommended/Not Recommended..................................
2. Brief reasons, if not recommended...............................
..............................
3. Proposed Supervisor ........................................................
4. Co- Supervisor, if any:..................................................................................................
5. Topic of Research:.. .................................................................................................
(Transliterated in Hindi if the topic has been approved in English, and this should be transliterated in English if it is

approved in Hindi):

......................................................................
Date:
Dean of Faculty

Annexure-E

Performa for No Objection Certificate from the Employer, if any

This is to certify that Mr./Ms.............................


Son/Daughter of Sh................ is working as (designation)..
in this university/office/college/institute/organisation since........ on . ...... basis.

This university/office/college/institute/organisation has no objection to his/her pursuing Doctor of


Philosophy (PhD) from Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa.

Place:

Signature ofAuthorised Officer

Date:

with seal

'Annexure - F

'

No

CHAUDHARY DEVI LAL UNIVERSITY, SIRSA


(Established by State Legislature Act 9 of 2003)
Application Form for Pre-PhD Course Session (.....................)
(For office use only)

Entrance Test Roll No....................................

Received on.............................by.................

Marks obtained in Entrance Test :................

Whether Eligible (Yes/No).............................

Signature.......................................................

Eligibility Checked by.....................................

(Convenor, Admission Committee)

IMPORTANT : (I) Candidates should read the PhD Ordinance-cum-Prospectus carefully before filling this Form. No
column should be left unfilled.Write N.A. against the column(s) which do not apply to you. (II) In case downloaded
form is used, give detail of:
Demand Draft No. ..............

Bank ........................

Dated .............

Amount .........................

Space for
Photograph
Duly Attested

Name of the Department ..........................................


Areas of interest

1.

1.___________________

2. ___________________

3. ___________________

Name of Candidate
(In block letters)
(In Hindi)

2.

Father's Name
(In block letters)
(In Hindi)

3.

Mother's Name
(In block letters)
(In Hindi)

4.

Spouse Name
(In block letters)
(In Hindi)

5.

Date of Birth

7.

Nationality

8.

Permanent Address

6.

Gender

Male

PIN

9.

Mailing Address

PIN

10.

Telephone No.

email:

Female

11.

12.
13.

14.
15.
16.

(i)

(ii)
(iii)

Educational Qualifications:Examination
School/College/University
i) Matriculation
ii) 10+2
iii) B.A./B.Sc./B.Com./
B.Tech/B.E./B.Pharma
iv) M.A./M.Sc./M.Com./
M.Pharma.
v) JRF/M.Phil/NET
vi) Any Other Exam.

Year

%age

Subject

University Regn. No. (If already Regd. with this University) : ............................................................................................
(Please tick ( ) mark in box from col. no. 13 to15)
Under which category are you applying for ?
All India
BC-A
(Attach documentary evidence)
Haryana (General)
BC-B
SC
SBC
EBP
DAP/PH
ESM
FF
Others
Were you ever expelled/rusticated/punished on account of
Yes
No
Misconduct/indiscipline by any of the instutions you studied?
Are you employed?
Yes
No
(If yes, please give the name and address of the empoyer
And attact No Objection Certificate & Experience Certificate
Whether you are willing to avail URS: Yes/No
Yes
No
DECLARATION BYTHE CANDIDATE
I solemnly declare that the particulars filled in by me in the above and conditions mentioned in Information Brochure and I
accept and abide by the same. In case of any discrepancy/concealment/forgery found in information/documentation, I shall
be responsible for the consequences including cancellation of admission.
I fulfil the eligibility condition for the course for which I am applying for admission.
I shall not indulge in any act of ragging, eve-teasing or indiscipline. If I found to be involved in any of such act, my
admission shall be liable to be cancelled besides any penal action under the law.

Place: ..................
Date ..................................

Signature of the Candidate

______________________________________________________________________________________________________
RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PhD ADMISSION COMMITTEE
1.

Recommended/Not Recommended .....................................................................................................................................

2.

Brief reasons, if not recommended ......................................................................................................................................


...............................................................................................................................................................................................

Date:
Chairperson
Phd Admission Committee
Note:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

The following documents are required to be submitted along with the application form:
Semester-wise/year-wise attested photocopies of the mark sheets of Matriculation, 10+2, Graduation and Post Graduation, etc.
Attested photocopies of Degrees of Graduation and Post Graduation.
Attested photocopies of certificate in support of qualification of JRF or Pre-Ph.D. Course, if any.
No Objection Certificate and 'Experience Certificate' from applicant's employer, if he/she is employed.
Certificate of reserve category, if applicable.
Gap Year Certificate, if applicable.
Migration Certificate issued by the last Institution/University attended.
Any other

Annexure - G

CHAUDHARY DEVI LAL UNIVERSITY, SIRSA


(Established by State Legislature Act 9 of 2003)

Form for Submission of PhD Thesis


No.

________________

Dated: _______________

To
1.

AR/Superintendent (Secrecy Branch),


Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa.

2. AR/Superintendent
Registration & Scholarship Branch,
Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa.
Subject:

Submission of Ph.D. Thesis.


Mr./Ms._______________________ submitted six copies of Ph. D. Thesis along with five copies of
summary and a soft copy for evaluation according to clause 65 of Ph. D. ordinance. The following information is being
forwarded to you for Ph. D. Thesis evaluation & subsequent viva-voce:-

1.

2.

Name of the candidate


(i)

(In English, Capital Letters)

___________________________________________

(ii)

(In Hindi)

___________________________________________

Father's Name
(i)

(In English, Capital Letters)

___________________________________________

(ii)

(In Hindi)

___________________________________________

3.

Ph.D. Registration No.

___________________________________________

4.

Date of Enrollment

___________________________________________

5.

Ph. D Thesis Topic as perAcademic Council


(i)

(In English/Hindi)

___________________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________

(ii) Transliterated form)

___________________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________

6.

(a) Name & Designation of the Supervisor


/co-supervisor, if any

___________________________________________
___________________________________________

(b) Details of Existing Number of Ph.D.


Scholar under their Supervision

___________________________________________

7.

Whether the admission of the Scholar is


made through Entrance Test?

___________________________________________

(a) if yes, then enclose a copy completion

___________________________________________

of Ph D course
(b) If no, then give in detail
8.

___________________________________________

Exemption from Pre- Ph.D.


Course Work, if yes, then give detail

___________ _________________________________

(Attach photocopy of relevant documents)


9.

Has scholar submittedAnnual Progress Report(s),


as per clause 55 (b) of Ph.D. Ordinance? If yes
then enclose photocopy of relevant documents duly
signed by the Supervisor/Co-supervisor along with
minutes of DRC and PGBOS & R meetings

10.

____________________________________________

Date of Pre-Submission of Ph.D. thesis Seminar


(If yes, then enclose photocopy of relevant documents
duly signed by the Supervisor/Co-supervisor along
with minutes of DRC and PGBOS & R meetings)
11.

____________________________________________

Research publication leading to Ph. D. degree


according to clause 63, Ph. D. ordinance (Enclose
a copy of published research article(s) duly signed
by scholar and Supervisior (s))

12.

____________________________________________

Whether the scholar has completed Ph.D. degree in


conformance with the UGC minimum standards and
procedure for the award of Ph.D. degree Regulation
2009? If no, then give detail. (Please see clause 80)

13.

Whether the scholar stayed on the Campus as per


Ph.D, Ordinance Clause 54?

14.

___________________________________________
___________________________________________

Whether all kind of fees/dues have been deposited by


the scholar? If yes, then give detail

____________________________________________

15.

Date of Ph.D. submission in Department concerned.

____________________________________________

16.

Panel of examiner ( Supplied to Secrecy Branch/


to be supplied)

____________________________________________

Supervisor/co-Supervisor
Chairperson
Deptt. of ____________

DEPARTMENT OF ............................

CHAUDHARY DEVI LAL UNIVERSITY, SIRSA


(Established by State Legislature Act 9 of 2003)
ADMIT CARD (SESSION 2015-16)
Name of the Course : _______________________________________________
Name of Candidate : _______________________________________________
Father's Name

PHOTO

: _______________________________________________

(To be filled in by the Candidate)

........................................
Signature of Applicant

(To be allotted by Department)


Name of the Test Centre : ________________ Roll No. : __________________________
_____________________________________ Date of Test : __________Time : _______
.........................................................
Signature of official allotting the Roll No.

..................................................
Seal & Signature of the Chairperson

CHAUDHARY DEVI LAL UNIVERSITY, SIRSA


(Established by State Legislature Act 9 of 2003)
ADMIT CARD (SESSION 2015-16)
Name of the Course : _______________________________________________
Name of Candidate : _______________________________________________
Father's Name

PHOTO

: _______________________________________________

(To be filled in by the Candidate)

........................................
Signature of Applicant

(To be allotted by Department)


Name of the Test Centre : ________________ Roll No. : __________________________
_____________________________________ Date of Test : __________Time : _______
.........................................................
Signature of official allotting the Roll No.

..................................................
Seal & Signature of the Chairperson

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
1.

Postage
Stamp of
Rs. 6

Bring this card with you to the test centre. you will
not be admitted to the test without the admit card.

2.

Bring with you a soft lead pencil, ball-point pen,


eraser and sharpner to the Examination Hall. Use of
calculator, mobile/cell phones, electronic gadgets

3.

etc. is not permitted.

To

Write accurately and legibly your Roll Number and

__________________________________

test centre as given on this card on your answer-

__________________________________

sheet (at the prescribed place only)


4.

Please keep a note of your test Roll Number, course


name and test centre for correspondence regarding

__________________________________
Pin Code

your application and the test.


5.

Please report to the Test Centre at least half an hour


before the commencement of the test.

6.

This admit card is provisional, subject to your


fulfilling the prescribed eligibility conditions.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
1.

Postage
Stamp of
Rs. 6

Bring this card with you to the test centre. you will
not be admitted to the test without the admit card.

2.

Bring with you a soft lead pencil, ball-point pen,


eraser and sharpner to the Examination Hall. Use of
calculator, mobile/cell phones, electronic gadgets

3.

etc. is not permitted.

To

Write accurately and legibly your Roll Number and

__________________________________

test centre as given on this card on your answer-

__________________________________

sheet (at the prescribed place only)


4.

Please keep a note of your test Roll Number, course


name and test centre for correspondence regarding
your application and the test.

5.

Please report to the Test Centre at least half an hour


before the commencement of the test.

6.

This admit card is provisional, subject to your


fulfilling the prescribed eligibility conditions.

__________________________________
Pin Code

UNIVERSITY CENTRE FOR DISTANCE LEARNING


CHAUDHARY DEVI LAL UNIVERSITY, SIRSA
(Establishment by the State Legislature Act 9 of 2003)

List of Programme
Sr. No.

Programme Name

1.

3 year MCA (Master of Computer Applications)

2.

2 year MSc (Computer Science)

3.

2 year MBA (General)

4.

2 year MA Education

5.

2 year MA (Mass Communication)

6.

2 year MA (English)

7.

2 year MA (Hindi)

8.

2 year MA (Punjabi)

9.

2 year MA (Sanskrit)

10.

1 year PG Diploma in Mass Communication (PGDMC)

11.

1 year PG Diploma in Business Management (PDBM)

12.

1 year PG Diploma in Computer Application (PGDCA)

13.

PG Diploma in Disaster Management

14.

1 year Diploma in Computer Science & Technology (DCST)

15.

3 years BCA

16.

3 year BA(Mass Communication)

17.

3 year B.Com.

18.

3 year BA

CHAUDHARY DEVI LAL UNIVERSITY, SIRSA


(Established by the State Legislature Act 9 of 2003)
Approved under Section 2(f) and 12 (B) of UGC Act 1956

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
(REGULAR COURSES)
PhD Programmes

Gradute/Post Graduate Courses

M.Phil.

Biotechnology

M.Sc(Biotechnology)

(a) Biotechnology

Business Administration

M.Sc(Energy & Environmental

(b) Chemistry

Chemistry

Sciences)

(c) Energy & Environmental

Commerce

M.Sc (Food Sc. & Technology)

Computer Science &

M.Sc.(Mathematics)

(d) Physics

Applications

M.Sc.(Physics)

(e) Commerce

Economics

M.Sc.(Chemistry)

(f) Economics

Education

MBA

(g) Public Administration

Energy & Environmental

MBA(Business Economics)

(h) English

Sciences

Master of Computer

(i) Physical Education

English

Applications (MCA)

(j) Education

Food Sc. & Technology

M.Tech(CSE) -2Years

(k) Management

Law

M.A (Economics)

(l) Mass Communication

Mathematics

M.A(Public Administration)

Physics

M.A(English)

Other Courses

Physical Education

M.A (Mass Communication)

(a) MBA (5 year Integrated

Public Administration

M.Com.

Journalism & Mass

M.P. Ed.

Communication

D.P.Ed.
B.Ed.

Programme)
(b) MA(Honours) Economics (5
year Integrated Programme.
(c) M.Tech CSE (3 Year)

LL.B. 3 Year (Professional)


LLM

Sciences

Weekend Programme.
(d) M.A (Education)(2 Year)
(e) B.A-LL.B.(5 Year Integrated
Programme)
(f) B.A(Mass Communication)
(g) B.P.Ed.
(h) Master of Travel and
(i) M.Sc. Mathematics (5 Year

AVAILABLE FORM
Office of the Superintendent (R&S)
Chaudhary Devi Lal University,
Sirsa-125055 (Haryana)
Ph: 01666-247072

Integrated
Programme)
PRICE
PUBLISHED
BY
For General Category
The Registrar,
Candidates :
Chaudhary Devi Lal
Rs. 1600/- (by post Rs. 1700/-) University, Sirsa-125055
For SC/BCA/BCB/PH/SBC/EBP (Haryana)
candidates of Haryana
Ph.: 01666-239819
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