Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University For Women
(Established by Govt. of Delhi vide Act 9 of 2012)
ISO 9001:2015 Certified University

PhD Admission Brochure 2024-25 download

PHD Admissions Portal for Ph.D Admission 2024-25

General Instructions for Applicants download

Annexures for different Certificates-2024 download

Help Desk 2024-25 download

RAT-Exam Syllabus download

Admission to the Ph.D. programme usually happens twice in an year during May/June and Dec/Jan. The process is common to both the categories (Full time and Part Time) of applicants.
  • 1) Admission shall be made on the basis of a written Test viz. RAT followed by an interview.
  • 2) The RAT Examination shall be qualifying only with qualifying marks as 50%. A relaxation of 5% marks (from 50% to 45%) shall be allowed for SC/ST/OBC/Differently abled (PD) category to qualify the RAT Exam.
  • 3) The syllabus of the RAT examination shall consist of 50% of Research Methodology and 50% subject specific. (Please refer )
  • 4) The application fee deposited by the applicants is Non-Refundable.
  • 5) The RAT examination shall be waived off for some applicants (refer the admission brochure for details)
  • 6) The RAT shall be conducted in the following disciplines: a. Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) b. Computer Science / Information Technology/ Computer Applications c. Mechanical & Automation Engineering d. Chemistry e. Maths f. Physics g. English h. Electrical Engineering (under the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering)
  • 7) The Syllabi and other related details of the RAT Examination are available on the University website.
  • 8) All applicants taking admission in the Ph.D. Course shall be bound by the Ph.D. Ordinances and Regulations of the IGDTUW
  • 9) The applicants shortlisted for interview are required to discuss their research interest/ area during the interview. The interview shall also consider the following aspects viz. whether: a. The person should possess the competency for the proposed research. b. The research work can be suitably undertaken at the University. c. The proposed area of research can contribute to new/ additional knowledge.
* the process is only indicative, candidate should refer to the exact guidelines/procedure in the admission brochure.