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Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS), New Delhi, Delhi

ESTD 2009
Delhi , Delhi
UGC
Deemed to be University

Application

Candidates   may download the   application   forms   and   prospectus from   ILBSwebsitewww.ilbs.in. Candidates  must  ensure  their  eligibility  from  the  prospectus  before  applying. Candidates  should  submit  their  application online  at  the  ILBS  website . The applications for in-service candidates for sponsored seat must be routed through proper channel.  The  application  fee  is  Rs.5000/-for  PDCC  courses, Rs.2500/-for  PGCC  coursesand Rs.1000/-forPh.D. and Certificate Courses . The fee must be paid bynet-banking/debit/credit cards. The application fee once paid will not be refunded even in case of his/her application is rejected.

Upper Age Limit (For  Degree and  PDCC Courses):

Fortyyears  (as  on 31stMay’2018),  relaxable  by  5  years  for SC/ST candidates.ForShort   Courses:Fifty   fiveyears   (as   on31stMay’2018),   relaxable   by   5   years   for SC/ST/overseascandidates

Method of Selectionfor PDCC/PGCC/Certificate Courses

Selection  of  candidates  for PDCC/PGCC/Certificate  Courseswill  be on  merit based  on entrancetest.

1.Objective  test (weightage 70%)for  grading  aptitude  and  merit.  The  test  would  be  of  90 minute’s  duration  comprising  of  100  multiple-choice  questions. The  qualifying  criteria  for entrance  examination  isminimum  50%  marks.  To  qualify  for  the  departmental  assessment  for PDCC/PGCC  and  Certificate  courses,  the  candidate  should  have  secured  minimum  50% marks in theory entrance examination.

2.Departmental assessment and final interview (weightage 30%)

3.Director’s Interview

4.Declaration of Final Result


Method of Selection for Ph.D.

Selection  for  Ph.D.  registration  will  be  made  through  2-stage  performance  evaluation  as   under:

Stage I: Candidates fulfilling the minimum requirements would be invited for a competitive written  qualifying  test  conducted  in  New  Delhi. The  question  paper  will  consist  of  100 15 multiple choice questions covering the syllabus relating to subject till the masters level. The total marks for the written test will be 100. To qualify in the entrance examination candidate has to secure minimum 50% marks. The number of available seats will determine the number of students who will be called for interview. The interview ratio will be up to 1:5. The written exam serves only as a qualifying exam for interview/department assessment.

Stage II: The shortlisted candidates will be called for a round of interview to be held at ILBS. Total marks will be 100 and are distributed as follows:oStudents  who  have  cleared  NET  examination  (CSIR/UGC/ICMR/DBT/equivalent)  and possess their valid JRF fellowship -30 marksoStudents with prior research experience (min. 6 months) -20 marksoResearch (interest) presentation, 10 minutes -10 marksoInteraction with the faculty followed by interview -40 marks

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