As All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has given approval for full time PhD in Clinical Education at Mehsana-based Gujarat Power Engineering and Research Institute (GPERI), students from North Gujarat will need to go to Gujarat for a PhD in a technical course. No.
The Gujarat Government has handed over the management of Gujarat Power Engineering and Research Institute (GPERI) at Mehsana to Gujarat Technological University (GTU) from the academic session. GPU is successfully operating GPU for the purpose of providing all kinds of opportunities in GPI to the students of North Gujarat in terms of technical education.
All the students who have got admission will also be given a stipend of Rs. 31000 per month for the first two years and Rs. Applications were invited by AICTE from various affiliated colleges for the center of Doctoral Fellowship Program. In which GTU affiliated Mehsana based Gipari College had applied to the council with the help of GTU.
Appointment of PhD guide for various aspects of GPRI College such as research related work, required infrastructure, laboratories of each department, UG and PG all course based research work for the center of the doctoral fellowship program and accreditation by the NBA. Has come.
Eligible students will be able to get admission in Civil, Mechanical, Electronic and Computer Engineering courses at GPRI in the near future after getting approval from AICTE. Regarding admission, students should have passed the GATE exam 1 time in the last 5 years and have 7.5 CGP in the master’s degree.