BAMU Ph.D. Entrance Examination 2010 Structure of Paper I and II | BAMU Ph.D. Entrance Test 2010 Pattern and Syllabus

Ph.D. Entrance Examination 2010 Structure of Paper I & II

Paper – I : Objective (Based on Research Aptitude Test) Time 1 Hrs. Marks (40)
It contains 40 objective types of questions having one mark each.
Paper – II : Descriptive (Based on Subject Specific Test) Time 2 Hrs. Mark (60)
Q.1 Answer in 250-400 words
Q.2 Answer in about 100 words of each a ,b and c.
a) (10)
b) (10)
c) (10)
Q.3 (Answer in 30 to 40 words)
a) (05)
b) (05)
c) (05)

Paper –I Research Aptitude Test
Total Marks : 40
Total Questions : 40
Each correct answer carries 1 Mark, (Paper –I Consists of following Parts.)
a) Language competency / G.K.
b) Research Methodology
c) Logical Reasoning
. Paper –II Subject specific Test
Total Marks : 60
(This part shall be based on the current PG syllabus of Dr. B.A.M. University in concerned subject)
A) Exemption from appearing written Test.
1. Candidates who have qualified GATE/SET/NET/JRF Examinations of apex bodies such as CSIR/UGC/ICAR/ICMR/DBT are exempted from appearing for the written examinations (Paper I & II). They are eligible for personal interview at the respective Research & Recognition Committee.
2. A candidate who has acquired Ph.D. degree in any subject from any statutory university
need not appeared for PET, if he / she desire to peruse recently leading to Ph.D. degree in any other subject.
3. A candidate who has acquired M.Phil degree from Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad and other statutory University whose admission at M.Phil has been done through an entrance examination (Course Work) need not appears for PET.
4. A candidate who has five years of approved service need not appear for PET. B) Exemption from the prescribed qualification: For admission to the Ph.D. programme in a related subject in the faculty, applicants
fulfilling the following criteria shall be treated as eligible.
a) Persons working in National Laboratories – Institutes / Government / Private Organization nominated / Sponsored by the respective employer. These persons should have a Post Graduate Degree and holding the rank of Assistant Director / or above.
C) Above mentioned rule will also be applicable to the foreign candidates who have Obtained a Masters Degree from the statutory Indian Universities.
a) Application for research in inter-disciplinary areas and from applications belonging to a faculty or subject other than the faculty or subject in which the research is proposed to be done and from the international candidates (those who have not obtained the Master’s degree from Indian Universities) shall be considered on the basis of the proven ability and aptitude of the researcher for such kind of research. Such proposal shall be examined by the guide, Head & concerned Dean at the Place of research before giving provisional admission. The admission will be confirmed after the Research and Recognition Committee/s concerned, approves the topic. Detailed procedure for admission should be evolved by the concerned faculty. Five years work experience in related field is necessary for such candidates.
b) Admission percentage for foreign candidates (those who have not obtained Master’s Degree from Indian Universities) will be 50 % or equivalent GPA.
Passing Standards for Paper – I & II
Category Marks required to clear Paper- I & II
a) OPEN & Other Categories 50%
b) SC/ST 45%

If you have questions, please ask below


  1. sanjay ranjitsing jadhav says:

    ph.d entrance test

  2. shalmali gadge says:

    sample question paper isexpected for both paper I and II.

  3. gawale amitabh sampatrao says:

    #..there should be the list of guide(s) available in the university per subject.

    #..and the time table of interview,when and where the personal interview will be conducted and
    #..what will be the criteria. there any preference to the candidates who have qualified jrf..?

  4. nuzhat says: many vacancies are there in law?
    2.whether guides recognisied by BAMU can guide the candidates.
    3.whether the JRF candidates have to bring the synopsis at the time of personal interview.
    4.whether JRF candidates will be given perferences…
    5.what is the format of the personal interview.

  5. Asst. Prof. Vijay khade. says:

    I qualified NET.and working as asst. prof. for last 3 yrs. when I contacted your authority told me that there is not need to feel form but after PET exams result we, those who r qualified have to need to apply for the PhD interview. please reply me urgent. I wish to apply for English subject.

  6. SAUMIL SHUKLA says:

    my master result is awaiting and i wish to appear in entrance of ph.d, so pls guide me about universitys in india who is giving this type of facelity for phd

  7. vijay shrotre says:

    I am Electrical Power Systems from BAMU in 1992
    I want to do PH.D in non conventional enrgy.Please
    inform procedure and form if any.

  8. satish deshmukh says:

    here guidence reqiured for pet entrance test in univercity with respect to subject department

  9. satish deshmukh says:

    under guidence student prepare for pet

  10. manish patil says:

    what is the next pet phd exam date for mba students plz reply

  11. vijaykumar says:

    Iam completed my masters in business management, i would like 2 do phd in public relation. So i need d guidence. So plz guide me

  12. abhinav says:

    i have pass NET exam so i have to need to apply for the Ph.d interveiw please reply me urgent i wish to apply for education sub.

  13. Ramprasad Kale says:

    1)I have done registration for Ph D(paid Rs.1050/-)and submitted my synopsis in the psychology Deptt.after passing the Ph D enterence test, please, tell me whether my admission for Ph D is confirmed now or otherwise? When university will provide me guide?

  14. jayashree jadhav says:

    i have done my m.e. electronics from b.a.m.u. i eager to do p.h.d. in electronics engg. plz send me list of p.h.d. guides in b.a.m.u.

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