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PhD New Rules: UGC Chief Said Graduates Can Directly Join PhD Programmes: Check Full Details!

The UGC chairperson, M. Jagadesh Kumar, said today that “graduates can directly join PhD programmes”, graduates will not require a masters degree.

UGC New Guidelines For PhD: The University Grant Commission chairperson M Jagadesh Kumar said today that under the new pattern, graduates can join Phd without masters. After that, he further said that the four-year programme will not discontinue till the four-year programme is fully implemented in all universities. The new framework for undergraduate courses was early announced, and the chief said that the Honours degree courses as a four-year programme.

“The UGC chief said that under the new four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP),the graduates can directly join PhD programme, graduates will not need to do a masters degree to join the PhD programme as per the new pattern”.

PhD After Graduation: The four-year undergraduate programme is expected to be fully implemented, he said that there is no deadline for three-year undergraduate courses, and he said we giving our best to implement the FYUP as soon as possible. He further said that the three-year undergraduate courses will not be discontinued till the four-year programme is fully implemented. “Some universities like Delhi University have already implemented the four-year graduation programme”. He said that many other universities working on implementing the FYUP for the 2023 academic session.

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