How to get PhD in IITs?
Ans: PhD in IITs can be applied by two methods. First is getting shortlisted for the exam in IIT. You can get Shortlisted by carrying a Master's CGPA > 7.0 in a reputed Institute and having publications in a reputed Journal. More the CGPA and number of publications, greater are the chances to get shortlisted for the exam. Once you clear the exam the interview process begins. The teacher's panel are made to judge your skills in your specialization.
Second and the easiest method to get onto IITs PhD program is to get shortlisted for an interview for the post of Junior Research Fellow or any other project position. The teacher's panel lets you give the interview without much difficulty. If you have prior knowledge about the project topic and their demands meet the skills that you have, there are many chances of you getting selected for the JRF. The last thing you need to check is the tenure of the project. If the tenure of the project is more than 2 years or 3 years, then you may surely get into a PhD program in IITs. Before getting into the job of Project worker you can ask the guide or the teacher weather you would be offered PhD or not.
So, these are the two best methods that really work for the PhD wanting candidate.
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