Comprehensive Examination 

Every Ph.D. Scholar has to appear in a Comprehensive Examination that is normally conducted at the end of first year.

Comprehensive examination will have both written and oral components. Written test is based on two compulsory topics, Linear Algebra and Real Analysis. Written and oral components have separate minimum of 40% to pass and overall minimum for pass is 50%.

After successfull completion of comprehensive viva meeting, a research proposal meeting shall be conducted within a year in the form of a seminar.


More details can be found in R13 of Ph.D. Ordinances and Regulation

Syllabus for the Comprehensive Examination