PhD admission

Update 01 Mar’21: The deadline for Ph.D admission forms is extended to 10 Mar 2021.

Update 09 Feb ’21: Sociology is added in the Vacancies of PAT Ph.D

Update 05 Feb ’21: History, Urdu and Persian are added in the Vacancies of PAT Ph.D

Update 26 Dec’20: The subjects Management and Computer Applications are added among the subjects in which you can apply for a PhD

Please carefully read the detailed notification for Ph.D. and the below details about fees before filling up the online form.

Please ensure that your subject is available for admission to Ph.D. only then make the payment. The money once paid will not be refunded from the university account.

Fee structure:

  1. General / BC: Rs 2000
  2. EBC/ EWS/ SC/ ST/ Disabled/ Women : Rs 1500
  3. Candidates exempted from PAT: Rs 1000

Account into which payment has to be made

Account number : – 062201003915
IFSC : –  ICIC0000622

Acceptable Payment methods:

  1. UPI based payments (BHIM, GooglePay, Paytm, PhonePe, etc)
  2. NET Banking

The following information is required as proof of payment:

  1. Transaction / UTR number
  2. Date and time of payment
  3. Screenshot /Receipt of payment as proof

Once you have gone through the above details, you can fill the form by using the link here: Ph.D. Online Admission 2020

Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. I made a mistake while filling the form, can I edit my form?
    After filling the form, you will get a confirmation email, that has the option of “Edit” using which you can edit your already filled form. This is allowed till the last date of application.
  2. How can I be sure that I am eligible for applying in a particular stream as per the norms of VKSU
    The detailed advertisement by the University has all the relevant details. If you still have further doubts, contact the concerned department in which you want to pursue your PhD
  3. My payment keeps failing, whom should I contact?
    Payment is purely a matter between your bank account and the Central bank of India account that the University holds, hence a banking issue. The University has no role to play. Please contact your bank. We can help only if your form itself is having issues