Eligibility Criteria for Masters’ Level Admissions at Nalanda University for Indian and International Students
1. Indian Students
A minimum of three years Bachelor’s degree (10+2+3) with at least 60% marks or equivalent Grade Point Average (GPA).
2. International Students
A Bachelor’s Degree with minimum 15 years of prior studies with a grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.2 or above on a 4 point scale or equivalent grade if other grade point scale is used.
The international applicants shall present the score of any one of the following English Language Tests/ or proof of knowledge of English:
Eligibility and Selection Criteria for PhD Level Admission at Nalanda University for Indian and International Students
For full time students it's a fully residential program, with a stipend of 35000 INR per month
Essential Eligibility Criteria:
Eligibility Criteria for Employed Applicants (Part-time):
The candidate has to visit the University website for filling the online Application Form. The candidate has to submit a duly filled Application Form and a Statement of Purpose (SOP) and pay an Application Fee of USD 08 (Eight US Dollars only or equivalent in Indian currency) towards the processing of the Application
Shortlisted applicants will be called for an interview through video conferencing using Skype/ WhatsApp as per the scheduled time as intimated to the candidate. Selection will be purely on merit. Selected candidates will be recommended for the provisional admission for the academic year 2019-20.
Eligibility Criteria for Post Graduate Diploma Programmes
A minimum of three years Bachelor’s degree (10+2+3) in the relevant language or degree in any subject with demonstrated evidence of linguistic proficiency equivalent to the Bachelor’s degree
The University requires all applicants to demonstrate competence in the English language.
A minimum of three years Bachelor’s degree (10+2+3) is required from any recognised Indian University.
A GPA of at least 2.2 or above on a 4 point scale or equivalent grade if other grade point scale is used.
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