Department of Chemistry, BITS, Pilani, Pilani campus
Ph D admission in I SEM 2014-15
Area(s) of Ph D admission in the I Semester 2014-15:
Organic and Medicinal Chemistry
Photophysical Chemistry and Applications
Nanomaterials and Catalysts
Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
Inorganic, Bio-inorganic and coordination chemistry
2. Scholarship/assistantship available:
(a) Institute Assistantship: Rs 16800/- p.m. for Higher Degree (M.E./ M. Pharm/ M Phil) holder; Rs 12000/- for First degree (M Sc/ M.A./B.E.) holders.
(b) Project position(s):
1. Title of project: Development and Application of Density Functional Reactivity Theory Based Modelling Techniques to Understand the Energetics of Reactive and Non-Reactive Interactions
Position: JRF (Junior Research Fellow)
Fellowship amount: Rs. 16,000/- per month first two years and Rs. 18,000/- per month
from the third year onwards.
Funding agency: Department of Science and Technology (DST), Govt. of India, New
2. Title of project: Synthesis of an anti-HIV drug
Position: Project Fellow
Fellowship amount: Rs. 16000/- per month
Funding agency: Ranbaxy Laboratory
Department plan to admit student under:
Regular students: Student who will devote full-time on Ph D work will be considered for assistantship/project fellowship in addition to 90% waiver in tuition fee. Preference will be given to candidates working in ongoing sponsored projects in the department and to CSIR/UGC-NET qualified candidates having own fellowship.
Department do not intend to admit students in 'Part-Time category'
4. Fee structure: (For the academic year 2014-15):
Ph D application fees (one time)
Admission fees (one Time)
Tuition fees per semester *
8950 (10% of the total semester fee)
Institute caution deposit
Mess & electricity advance
Hostel, ICT, Infra Structure Modernization Fees
student aid fund
Applicable as per campus rules
* The above prescribed semester fee is for student admitted in the academic year 2014-15. For these students, the semester, term, and admission fees will be revised upward every year, but will not increase beyond 15% each year (unless the government announces any new lavy/tax, which will be passed on to all existing students irrespective of their year of entry.