90 candidates appeared in the first PhD Entrance Test (JWURET)

Jamshedpur: The first Ph.D. entrance examination of Jamshedpur Women’s University concluded on Sunday. The exam was conducted as per its scheduled time. The examination was completely malpractice free and peaceful.

On the successful completion of the examination, the Vice-Chancellor of the University Dr. Anjila Gupta congratulated the Registrar Dr. Rajendra Jaiswal and the members of the research committee, Controller of Examinations Dr. Rama Subramanian, Center Inspector Dr. Sudhir Kumar Sahu, OSD Dr. Rupali Patra and other members of the examination department were present.

A total of 122 candidates applied for the Ph.D. entrance exam JWURET-1. Out of these 90 appeared in the examination and 32 candidates remained absent. Three examination halls were made, in which the examination was conducted in a well-planned manner under the supervision of class invigilators. All the 12 research subjects offered by the university – Botany, Chemistry, Mathematics, Economics, English, Hindi, Home Science, Music, Odia,
Political Science, Urdu and Commerce – participated in it.

On the successful and peaceful completion of the examination, the Vice-Chancellor of the University Dr. Anjila Gupta has said higher education cannot be imagined without research. When it comes to the participation of women, it is known that there is still a lot to be done in the field of research. In a recent statement in the Rajya Sabha, the Government of India has said the participation of the ‘half the population’ in research with 56,747 research scholars in the whole of India is only 16.6 percent. She also clarified that it is very less than many advanced countries.

On 22nd June, immediately after the completion of almost one year of the functional nature of the university and my appointment, the first research entrance examination was completed. With this step, the university has started providing a platform for research, so that the women of Jharkhand enrolled in higher education will be able to move towards research. She added It is my priority that the university should soon develop into a centre of research.

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