Registration Fees = Rs. 2000 || Programme Fees = Rs. 3,90,000 (1st Instalment- Rs.150000 and 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th - Rs.60000
(Each at a gap of 6 months)


Minimum 55% Marks in PG for Gen./OBC and 50% for SC/ST/OBC (Non-Creamy Layer)/ Differently – Abled category candidates as per govt. rules. NET/GATE qualified candidates will be exempted from Common Entrance Test of the University as per UGC norms.

About the Programme

An Honorary Doctorate, also known as an honorary degree or honoris causa, is an academic distinction conferred upon individuals who have made significant contributions to their field of expertise, to society, or to humanity as a whole, but who have not completed the requirements for a traditional academic degree. The Honorary Doctorate Degrees are awarded to leaders of national and international eminence in their areas of endeavour, recognizing their substantial achievement and contributions in the arts, science and technology, education, public service, humanitarian pursuits, leadership, and civil right. Through its choice of Honorary Degree recipients, the Universities makes a public declaration of its own values, while honouring an individual’s exemplary accomplishments that serve a greater good. Here are some key points to understand about honorary doctorates:

Recognition of Achievement: Honorary doctorates are typically awarded by universities and other academic institutions as a way to recognize and honor individuals for their exceptional achievements, contributions, or service. Recipients are often distinguished leaders, scholars, scientists, artists, philanthropists, or public figures who have made a significant impact in their respective fields.

Nomination and Selection: The process for awarding honorary doctorates varies by institution. In many cases, candidates for honorary degrees are nominated by faculty members, administrators, or other individuals affiliated with the university. The nominations are typically reviewed by a selection committee or academic council, which evaluates the candidate’s qualifications and contributions before making a recommendation to the university’s governing body for approval.

Ceremony and Conferral: Honorary doctorates are often conferred during special ceremonies, such as commencement exercises, convocations, or other academic events. The conferral typically involves the presentation of a ceremonial hood, gown, or diploma to the recipient, along with the formal citation recognizing their accomplishments. The ceremony may also include a speech or address by the honoree, in which they reflect on their experiences and offer words of wisdom to the graduating class or the academic community.

Symbolic Value: While honorary doctorates do not carry the same academic standing or requirements as earned degrees, they hold significant symbolic value both for the recipient and for the institution conferring the honor. For the recipient, an honorary doctorate serves as public recognition of their achievements and contributions, validating their work and legacy. For the institution, it enhances its reputation and prestige by association with distinguished individuals.

Ethical Considerations: The awarding of honorary doctorates may raise ethical considerations regarding the selection criteria, potential conflicts of interest, and the integrity of the academic institution. Some critics argue that honorary degrees can be used as a form of prestige or publicity, rather than genuine recognition of merit. Therefore, it is essential for universities to maintain transparency, integrity, and rigor in the process of awarding honorary doctorates.

Fee Structure


Registration Fees = Rs. 2000 || Programme Fees = Rs. 3,90,000
(1st Instalment- Rs.150000 and 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th - Rs.60000
(Each at a gap of 6 months)


Registration Fees = Rs. 2000 || Programme Fees = Rs. 3,00,000
(1st Instalment- Rs.100000 and 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th - Rs.50000
(Each at a gap of 6 months)

Ph.D. Courses (Subjects)

Ph.D. in Agriculture Science
Ph.D. in Art & Social Science
Ph.D. in Business and Commerce
Ph.D. in Education
Ph.D. in Engineering & Technology
Ph.D. in Journalism and Mass Communication
Ph.D. in Law
Ph.D. in Pharmacy
Ph.D. in Sciences

Stagewise Services of Ph. D.

1st Level (First 1-3 months within 90 days): Entrance Exam – Manage in First Stage

2nd Level (First 1-4 months within 120 days): University Admission & Fee – Program 2-3 Years Fee (As per university)

3rd Level (Next 2-3 months within 150 days): Guide – Appointment of Guide (according to University’s registered list)

4th Level (Next months within 180 days): Topic Selection – According to Research Field (Provided 3/4 topics with briefing – select anyone)

5th Level (Next months within 210 days): Course Work Completion – Classes Attendance, Exams & Pass Out

6th Level (Next 1-2 months within 240 days): Assignments (Preparation & Submission) – Question &Answers (60/80nos.) in 30/40 pages

7th Level (Next 1-2 months within 360 days): Synopsis (Preparation, PPT Presentation & Submission) – Research brief in 25 pages (6,000 words)

8th Level (Next1-2 months within 420 days): RDC Meeting (At university) – Research Approval from University

9th Level (Next 4-6 months within 540 days): Article Writing & Publication – National & International – UGC Approved Research Journal (2 Nos)

10th Level (Next 2-4 months within 660 days): 10th Level Seminar Attendance – Nation & International Conferences (2 Nos)

11th Level (Next 1-2 months within 720 days): Print-Outs (Thesis, Synopsis, Summary, Assignments and Plagiarism Report)

12th Level (Next 1 month within 900 days): Thesis (Preparation, PPT Presentation & Submission) – Research Work of 225 pages (55,000 words)

13th Level (Next 4-6 months within 960 days): Evaluation (by 2/3 External Examiners/Evaluator)

14th Level (Next4-6 months within 1080 Days): Thesis Presentation and ‘Viva-Voce’ (By university) – Research Approval& Completion