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NEW DELHI, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 2016/ASADHA 14 , 1938

ekuo lalk/ku fodkl ea=ky; ¼fo'ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;ksx½

vf/klwpuk ubZ fnYyh] 5 ebZ] 2016 fo'ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;ksx ¼,e0fQy0@ih,p0Mh0 mikf/k iznku djus gsrq U;wure ekunaM vkSj izfØ;k½ fofu;e] 2016 ¿11 ls 17 tqykbZ] 2009 ds lIrkg esa Hkkjr ds jkti= ¼la[;k 28] Hkkx&III] /kkjk&4½ esa vf/klwfpr fo'ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;ksx ¼,e0fQy0@ ih,p0Mh0 mikf/k iznku djus gsrq U;wure ekunaM vkSj izfØ;k½ fofu;e] 2009 ds izfrLFkkiu esaÀ fe0 la- 1&2@2009 ¼bZ0 lh0@ih0 ,l0½ V (I) Vol. II.—fo'ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;ksx vf/kfu;e] 1956¼1956 dk 3½ dh /kkjk 26 dh mi&/kkjk ¼1½ rFkk [kaM ¼p½ vkSj ¼N½ ds varxZr iznRr vf/kdkjksa rFkk 11 ls 17 tqykbZ] 2009 ds lIrkg esa Hkkjr ds jkti= ¼la[;k 28] Hkkx&III] /kkjk&4½ esa vf/klwfpr fo'ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;ksx ¼,e0fQy0@ ih,p0Mh0 mikf/k iznku djus gsrq U;wure ekunaM vkSj izfØ;k½ fofu;e] 2009 ds izfrLFkkiu esa fo'ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;ksx fuEuor fofu;e l`ftr djrk gS] uker%%& 1- y?kq 'kh"kZ] vuqiz;ksx ,oa izorZu% 1-1

bu fofu;eksa dks fo'ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;ksx ¼,e0fQy0@ ih,p0Mh0 mikf/k iznku djus gsrq U;wure ekunaM vkSj izfØ;k½ fofu;e] 2016 dgk tk,xkA

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os ,sls izR;sd fo'ofo|ky; ij ykxw gkax s s tks fdlh dsUnzh; vf/kfu;e] izkarh; vf/kfu;e vFkok fdlh jkT; vf/kfu;e ds rgr LFkkfir vFkok fuxfer gS]a rFkk ,slk izR;sd lac) egkfo|ky; ,oa tks] fo'ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;ksx] vf/kfu;e] 1956 dh /kkjk 3 ds rgr ekfur fo'ofo|ky; laLFkku gSA

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ljdkjh jkti= esa vf/klwfpr fd;s tkus dh frfFk ls ;s fofu;e ykxw ekus tk,axAs

2- ,e0fQy0 ikB~;Øe esa izos'k gsrq ik=rk ekunaM% 2-1 ,e0fQy0 ikB~;Øe esa izo's k gsrq ,sls vH;FkhZ ftuds ikl LukrdksÙkj mikf/k vFkok ,d O;kolkf;d mikf/k gksxh ftls led{k lkafof/kd fudk; }kjk LukrdksÙkj mikf/k ds lerqY; ?kksf"kr fd;k x;k gks] ftlesa vH;FkhZ dks de ls de dqy 55% vad vFkok fo'ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;ksx ds 7 fcanq ekud ij *ch* xzM s izkIr gq, gksa ¼vFkok tgka dgha Hkh xzfs Max iz.kkyh viukbZ tkrh gS ogka fcanq ekud ij led{k xzM s ½ vFkok ,sls izR;kf;r fons'kh “kSf{kd laLFkku ls led{k mikf/k izkIr dh gks] tks fd fdlh vkdyu ,oa izR;k;u ,tsUlh }kjk izR;kf;r gS] tks fd “kSf{kd laLFkkuksa dh 3363 GI/2016

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xq.koÙkk ,oa ekudksa dks lqfuf'pr djus ,oa muds vkdyu] izR;k;u gsrq ,sls fdlh lkafof/kd izkf/kdj.k }kjk vFkok ,sls ,d izkf/kdj.k ds vUrxZr Lohd`r ,oa izR;kf;r gS tks fd ml ns'k esa fdlh dkuwu ds vUrxZr LFkkfir vFkok fuxfer gSA 2-2 vuqlfw pr tkfr@ vuqlfw pr tutkfr@ vU; fiNM+k oxZ tks ¼xSj ykHkfUor Js.kh½ ¼Non-Creamy Layer½ ls lac) gSa vFkok le;&le; ij fo'ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;ksx }kjk fy, x, fu.kZ; ds vuqlkj vH;fFkZ;ksa dh vU; Jsf.k;ksa ds fy, vFkok fnukad 19 flrEcj] 1991 ls iwoZ LukrdksÙkj mikf/k vftZr djus okys vH;fFkZ;ksa ds fy, 55% ls 50% vadksa rd vFkkZr~ vadksa esa 5%dh NwV vFkok xzM s esa lerqY; NwV Ikznku dh tk ldrh gSA 55% vgZrk vad ¼vFkok tgka dgha Hkh xzfs Max iz.kkyh viukbZ tkrh gS ogka fcanq ekud ij led{k xzM s ½ rFkk mi;ZDq r s gS ftlesa fj;k;rh vad 'kkfey ugha gSAa Jsf.k;ksa esa 5% vadksa dh NwV dsoy vgZd vadksa ds vk/kkj ij gh vuqe; 3-

ih,p0Mh0 ikB~;Øe esa izos'k gsrq ik=rk ekunaM bu fofu;eksa esa fofu/kkZfjr 'krksaZ ds v/;k/khu] fuEuor O;fDr ih,p0Mh0 ikB~;Øe esa izo's k izkIr djus gsrq ik= gS%a 3-1 mijksDr /kkjk 2 ds vUrxZr fofu/kkZfjr ekun.Mksa dks iwjk djus okys LukrdksÙkj fMxzh /kkjdA 3-2 ,e0fQy0 ikB~;Øe dks de ls de dqy 55% vadksa ds lkFk mÙkh.kZ djus okys vFkok fo'ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;ksx ds 7 fcanq ekud ij *ch* xzM s izkIr dj lQyrkiwod Z ,e0fQy0 mikf/k izkIr djus okyss ¼vFkok tgka dgha Hkh xzfs Max iz.kkyh viukbZ tkrh gS ogka fcanq ekud ij lerqY; xzM s ½ vH;FkhZ 'kks/k dk;Z djus gsrq ik= gksx a s ftlls os mlh laLFkku esa lesfdr ikB~;Øe ds vUrxZr ih,p0Mh0 mikf/k vftZr dj ldsAa vuqlfw pr tkfr@vuqlfw pr tutkfr@vU; fiNM+k oxZ tks ¼xSj ykHkfUor Js.kh½ ¼Non-Creamy Layer½@i`Fkd #i ls fu'kDr ls lac) gSa vFkok le;&le; ij fo'ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;ksx }kjk fy, x, fu.kZ; ds vuqlkj vU; Jsf.k;ksa ds vH;fFkZ;ksa ds fy, 55% ls 50% vadksa rd vFkkZr~ vadksa esa 5% dh NwV vFkok xzM s esa lerqY; NwV Ikznku dh tk ldrh gSA 3-3 dksbZ O;fDr ftlds ,e0fQy0 'kks/k izc/a k dk ewY;kadu fd;k x;k gS rFkk ekSf[kd lk{kkRdkj yafcr gS] mls mlh laLFkku ds ih,p0Mh0 ikB~;Øe esa izo's k fn;k tk ldrk gS( 3-4 vH;FkhZ ftuds ikl fdlh Hkkjrh; laLFkku dh ,e0fQy0 mikf/k ds led{k ,slh mikf/k gS tks fd fons”kh “kSf{kd laLFkku ls gS] tks fd tks fd fdlh vkdyu ,oa izR;k;u ,tsUlh }kjk izR;kf;r gS] tks “kSf{kd laLFkkuksa dh xq.koÙkk ,oa ekudksa dks lqfuf'pr djus ,oa muds vkdyu] izR;k;u gsrq ,sls fdlh lkafof/kd izkf/kdj.k }kjk vFkok ,sls ,d izkf/kdj.k ds vUrxZr Lohd`r ,oa izR;kf;r gS tks fd ml ns'k esa fdlh dkuwu ds vUrxZr LFkkfir vFkok fuxfer gS] ,sls vH;FkhZ ih,p0Mh0 ikB~;Øe esa izo's k ds ik= gksx a As

4- ikB~;Øe dh vof/k% 4-1 ,e0fQy0 ikB~;Øe dh U;wure vof/k yxkrkj nks ¼02½ lsesLVj@,d o"kZ vkSj yxkrkj vf/kdre pkj ¼04½ lsesLVj@nks o"kZ gksxhA 4-2 ih,p0Mh0 ikB~;Øe dh vof/k de ls de rhu o"kZ dh gksxh ftlesa ikB~;Øe ls lacfa /kr dk;Z Hkh 'kkfey gksxk rFkk vf/kdre vof/k Ng o"kZ gksxhA 4-3 mi;qDZ r lhek ds vfrfjDr le; foLrkj.k dks mu lkis{k /kkjkvksa }kjk vfHk'kkflr fd;k tk,xk tks fd lacfa /kr laLFkku dh lkafof/k@v/;kns'k esa fofu/kkZfjr gSAa 4-4 efgyk vH;FkhZ rFkk fu'kDr O;fDr ¼ftudh fu'kDrrk 40% ls vf/kd gks½ mUgsa ,e0fQy0 esa ,d o"kZ dh rFkk ih,p0Mh0 ds fy, vf/kdre nks o"kZ dh NwV iznku dh tk,xhA blds vfrfjDr] efgyk vH;fFkZ;ksa dks ,e0fQy0@ih,p0Mh0 dh lexz vof/k esa ,d ckj 240 fnuksa rd dk ekr`Ro vodk'k@f'k'kq ns[kHkky vodk'k iznku fd;k tk ldrk gSA 5- izos'k gsrq izfØ;k% 5-1 lHkh fo'ofo|ky; ,oa ekfur fo”ofo|ky; laLFkku ml lEc) fo”ofo|ky;@ekfur fo'ofo|ky; laLFkku ds Lrj ij lapkfyr izo's k ijh{kk ds ek/;e ls ,e0fQy0@ih,p0Mh0 Nk=ksa dks izos'k miyC/k djk;sx a As fo'ofo|ky;@ekfur fo'ofo|ky; mu Nk=ksa ds fy, ih,p0Mh0 izo's k ijh{kk gsrq i`Fkd fucU/ku ,oa “krksaZ dk fu.kZ; djsxk] ftu Nk=ksa us ;wthlh&usV ¼tsvkj,Q lfgr½@;wthlh&lh,lvkbZvkj usV ¼tsvkj,Q lfgr½@LySV@xSV@f”k{kd v/;srko`fÙk vFkok ftUgksua s ,e0fQy0 ikB~;Øe mÙkh.kZ dj fy;k gSA 5-2 mi;qDZ r mi&[k.M 1-2 esa lanfHkZr mPp “kSf{kd laLFkku rFkk muds rgr egkfo|ky; ftUgsa ,e0fQy0 vkSj@vFkok ih,p0Mh0 ikB~;Øe pykus dh vuqefr gS] os %&


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Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k

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5-2-1 okf"kZd vk/kkj ij vius 'kS{kf.kd fudk;ksa ds ek/;e ls iwoZ fu/kkZfjr rFkk larqfyr la[;k esa ,e0fQy0 vkSj@vFkok ih,p0Mh0 “kks/kkFkhZ dks nkf[kyk nsxk tks fd miyC/k 'kks/k i;Zo{s kdksa rFkk vU; 'kS{kf.kd rFkk miyC/k okLrfod lqfo/kkvksa ij fuHkZj djsxh] rFkk fo}ku f'k{kd vuqikr ¼tSlk iSjk 6-5 esa n'kkZ;k x;k gS½ iz;ksx'kkyk] xzFa kky; rFkk ,slh gh vU; lqfo/kkvksa ds lac/a k esa ekun.M dks /;ku esa j[kk tk,xk( 5-2-2 nkf[kys gsrq lhVksa dh la[;k] miyC/k lhVksa dk fo"k;@fo’k;okj laforj.k] nkf[kys dk ekun.M] nkf[kys dh izfØ;k] ijh{kk dsUnz tgka izo's k ijh{kk vk;ksftr dh tk,xh rFkk vH;fFkZ;ksa ds ykHk ds fy, vU; lHkh laxr tkudkjh laLFkkxr osclkbV rFkk de ls de nks ¼2½ jk"Vªh; lekpkj i=ksa esa igys gh tkjh djsa ftuesa ls ,d ¼01½ lekpkj i= {ks=h; Hkk"kk esa gks( 5-2-3 jk"Vªh;@jkT; Lrjh; vkj{k.k uhfr dk ;FkkfLFkfr vuqikyu djsAa 5-3

nkf[kys] laLFkku }kjk vf/klwfpr ekun.M ds vk/kkj ij] fo'ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;ksx ,oa vU; lacfa /kr lkafof/kd fudk;ksa }kjk bl laca/k esa tkjh fd, x, fn'kkfuns'Z kks@ a ekun.Mksa dks /;ku esa j[krs gq, le;&le; ij dsUnz@jkT; ljdkjksa dh vkj{k.k uhfr dks eÌsutj j[krs gq, fd;s tk,axAs

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mi;qDZ r mi[k.M 1-2 esa lanfHkZr laLFkku rFkk egkfo|ky; vH;fFkZ;ksa dks f}pj.kh; izfØ;k ds ek/;e ls nkf[kyk nsx a %s 5-4-1 izo's k ijh{kk] vgZd ijh{kk gksxh ftlesa 50% vgZrk vad gksx a As izo's k ijh{kk ds ikB~;fooj.k esa 50% 'kks/k i)fr rFkk 50% fof'k"V fo"k; ds iz'u iwNs tk,axAs izo's k ijh{kk igys gh vf/klwfpr dsUnz ¼;fn dsUnzksa esa dksbZ ifjorZu gksrk gS rks i;kZIr le; iwoZ mldh tkudkjh i`Fkd laLFkku@egkfo|ky; dks nh tkuh pkfg,½ tks fd lEc) mPp “kSf{kd laLFkku ds Lrj ij gks] tSlk fd /kkjk 1-2 esa ladsr fn;k x;k gS( ,oa 5-4-2 ftl le; vH;fFkZ;ksa ds fy, muds “kks/k #fp@{ks= ij dksbZ ppkZ ,d fof/kor~ xfBr foHkkxh; “kks/k lfefr ds le{k izLrqrhdj.k ek/;e ls dh xbZ gks rks mPp “kSf{kd laLFkku }kjk ,d lk{kkRdkj@ekSf[kd lk{kkRdkj lapkfyr fd;k tk,xk tSlk fd mijksDr /kkjk 1-2 esa ladsr fn;k x;k gSA

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lk{kkRdkj@ekSf[kd lk{kkRdkj esa fuEuor igyqvksa ij Hkh fopkj fd;k tk,xk] vFkkZr~ D;k% 5-5-1 D;k vH;FkhZ esa izLrkfor “kks/k ds fy, {kerk gS( 5-5-2 izLrkfor 'kks/kdk;Z lqyHkrkiwod Z laLFkku@egkfo|ky; esa fØ;kfUor fd;k tk ldrk gS( 5-5-3 izLrkfor “kks/k ds {ks= }kjk uohu@vfrfjDr Kku esa ;ksxnku izkIr gks ldrk gSA

5-6 fo'ofo|ky; viuh osclkbZV ij ,e0fQy0@ih,p0Mh0 ds fy, iath—r lHkh Nk=ksa dh lwph dk j[kj[kko okf’kZd vk/kkj ij djsxkA lwph esa iath—r vH;FkhZ dk uke] mlds 'kks/k dk fo"k;] mlds i;Zo{s kd@lg&i;Zo{s kd] ukekadu@iathdj.k dh frfFk vkfn 'kkfey gkax s As 6- 'kks/k i;Zos{kd dk fu/kkZj.k% 'kks/k i;Zo{s kd] lg&i;Zo{s kd cuus gsrq ik=rk ekun.M] izfr i;Zo{s kd vuqe; s ,e0fQy0@ih,p0Mh0 “kks/kkfFkZ;ksa dh la[;k vkfnA 6-1 ekfur fo'ofo|ky; dk dksbZ Hkh fu;fer :i ls fu;qDr vkpk;Z ftlus fdlh lanfHkZr if=dk esa de ls de ikap 'kks/k izdk'ku izdkf'kr fd, gSa vkSj fo'ofo|ky;@ekfur fo'ofo|ky; laLFkku@egkfo|ky; dk dksbZ fu;fer lg@lgk;d vkpk;Z tks ih,p0Mh0 mikf/k /kkjd gks rFkk ftlds lanfHkZr if=dkvksa esa de ls de nks 'kks/k izdk'ku izdkf”kr fd, x, gksa mls 'kks/k i;Zos{kd ds :i esa ekU;rk iznku dh tk ldrh gSA c'krsZa fd mu {ks=ks@ a fo/kkvksa esa tgka dksbZ Hkh lanfHkZr if=dk ugha gksa vFkok dsoy lhfer laLFkk esa lanfHkZr if=dk gks]s rks laLFkku fdlh O;fDr dks 'kks/k i;Zo{s kd ds :i esa ekU;rk iznku djus dh mi;qZDr 'krksZa esa fyf[kr :Ik ls dkj.k ntZ dj NwV iznku dj ldrk gSA 6-2 dsoy lacf/kr fo'ofo|ky;@egkfo|ky; ds iw.kZdkfyd f'k{kd gh i;Zo{s kd ds :i esa dk;Z dj ldrs gSAa ckg~; i;Zo{s kdksa dks vuqefr ugha gSA rFkkfi] mlh laLFkku ds vU; foHkkxksa ls vFkok vU; lac) laLFkkuksa ls varj&fo"k;h {ks=ksa esa lg&i;Zo{s kdksa dks 'kks/k ijke'kZ lfefr ds vuqeksnu ls vuqefr iznku dh tk ldrh gSA 6-3 fdlh p;fur “kks/kkFkhZ ds fy, 'kks/k i;Zo{s kd ds fu/kkZj.k ds lac/a k esa lacfa /kr foHkkx }kjk izfr 'kks/k i;Zo{s kd foHkkx }kjk izfr 'kks/k i;Zo{s kd fo}kuksa dh la[;k] i;Zo{s kdksa dh fo'ks"kKrk rFkk fo}kuksa dh 'kks/k #fp] tSlk fd muds }kjk lk{kkRdkj@ekSf[kd lk{kkRdkj ds le; bafxr fd;k x;k gks] ftlds vk/kkj ij fu.kZ; fy;k tk,xkA 6-4 ,sls “kks/k gsrq 'kh"kZd tks varj fo"k;h Lo:i ds gS]a tgka lacfa /kr foHkkx ;g eglwl djrk gS fd foHkkx esa miyC/k fo'ks"kKrk dh ckgj ls vuqifw rZ dh tkuh pkfg,] ml fLFkfr esa foHkkx Lo;a vius gh foHkkx ls 'kks/k i;Zo{s kd dh fu;qfDr djsxk] ftls 'kks/k i;Zo{s kd ds :i esa tkuk tk,xk vkSj foHkkx@ladk;@egkfo|ky;@laLFkku ds ckgj ls ,d lg&i;Zo{s kd dks ,slh fuca/ku o 'krksaZ ij lg&i;Zo{s kd fu;qDr fd;k tk,xk tSlk fd lgefr iznku djus okys laLFkku@egkfo|ky;ksa }kjk fofufnZ"V fd;k tk,xk vkSj ftuij vkil esa lgefr cusxhA


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6-5 fdlh ,d le; ds nkSjku dksbZ Hkh vkpk;Z ds in ij fu;qDr in/kkjh] 'kks/k i;Zo{s kd@lg i;Zo{s kd ds :i esa rhu ¼03½ ,e0fQy0 rFkk vkB ¼08½ ih,p0Mh0 “kks/kkfFkZ;ksa ls vf/kd dk ekxZn'kZu iznku ugha dj ldrk gSA dksbZ Hkh lg vkpk;Z] 'kks/k i;Zo{s kd ds :i esa vf/kdre nks ¼02½ ,e0fQy0 rFkk Ng ¼06½ ih,p0Mh0 “kks/kkfFkZ;ksa dks ekxZn'kZu iznku dj ldrk gS rFkk “kks/k i;Zo{s kd ds :i esa lgk;d vkpk;Z vf/kdre ,d¼01½ ,e0fQy0 vkSj pkj¼04½ ih,p0Mh0 “kks/kkfFkZ;ksa dks ekxZn'kZu iznku dj ldrk gSA 6-6 fookg vFkok vU;Fkk fdlh dkj.k ls fdlh ,e0fQy0@ih,p0Mh0 efgyk “kks/kkFkhZ ds vU;= pys tkus ij] 'kks/k vkadM+ksa dks ,sls fo'ofo|ky; dks varfjr djus dh vuqefr gksxh tgka “kks/kkFkhZ iqu% tkuk pkgs c'krsZa fd bu fofu;eksa dh vU; lHkh fuca/ku vkSj 'krksaZ dk 'kCn'k% ikyu fd;k tk, rFkk 'kks/k dk;Z fdlh ewy laLFkku@i;Zo{s kd }kjk fdlh foÙkiks"k.k ,tsl a h ls izkIr u fd;k x;k gksA rFkkfi] “kks/kkFkhZ ewy laLFkku ds ekxZn'kZu rFkk laLFkku dks iwoZ esa fd, x, 'kks/k dk;Z ds vadksa ds fy, mls iw.kZ Js; nsxkA 7-

ikB~;Øe laca/kh dk;Z % Js; vis{kk,a] la[;k] vof/k] ikB~;fooj.k] dk;Z iw.kZ djus ds U;wure ekin.M vkfnA 7-1 ,e0fQy0 vkSj ih,p0Mh0 ikB~;Øe lac/a kh dk;Z ds fy, U;wure 08 ØsfMV rFkk vf/kdre 16 ØsfMV fn, tk,axAs 7-2 ikB~;Øe lac/a kh dk;Z dks ,e0fQy0@ih,p0Mh0 dh rS;kjh ds fy, iwokZi{s kk ekuk tk,xkA 'kks/k i)fr ij ,d ;k ,d ls vf/kd ikB~;Øe dks de ls de pkj ØsfMV fn, tk,axs ftlesa ,sls {ks= tSls ifjek.kkRed i)fr] dEI;wVj vuqi; z ksx] 'kks/k lac/a kh vkpkj rFkk laxr {ks= esa izdkf'kr 'kks/k dh leh{kk] izf'k{k.k] {ks= dk;Z vkfn 'kfkey gSAa vU; ikB~;Øe mUur Lrj ds ikB~;Øe gksx a s tks Nk=ksa dks ,e0fQy0@ih,p0Mh0 ds fy, rS;kj djsx a As 7-3 ,e0fQy0 vkSj ih,p0Mh0 ds fy, fofgr lHkh ikB~;Øe rFkk ikB~;Øe lac/a kh dk;Z ØsfMV ?kaVs lac/a kh vuqn's kkRed vis{kkvksa ds vuq:i gksxk rFkk og fo"k;oLrq] vuqn's kkRed rFkk ewY;kadu laca/kh i)fr;ksa dks fofufnZ"V djsxkA os izkf/k—r 'kS{kf.kd fudk;ksa }kjk fof/kor :i ls vuqeksfnr fd, tk,axAs 7-4 ,sls foHkkx tgka fo}ku viuk 'kks/k dk;Z tkjh j[krs gS]a os 'kks/k fo}kuksa dks 'kks/k lykgdkj lfefr dh flQkfj'kksa ds vk/kkj ij uhps fn, x, mi&[k.M 8-1 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V ikB~;Øe¼ks½a dks fofgr djsx a As 7-5 ,e0fQy0 rFkk ih,p0Mh0 dk;ZØeksa esa izo's k izkIr lHkh vH;fFkZ;ksa dks izkjafHkd izFke vFkok nks lsesLVjksa ds nkSjku foHkkx }kjk fofgr ikB~;Øe lac/a kh dk;Z dks iw.kZ djuk visf{kr gksxkA 7-6 igys gh ,e0fQy0 mikf/k /kkjd vH;FkhZ ftUgsa ih,p0Mh0 ikB~;Øe igys gh ,e0fQy0 esa ikB~;Øe lac/a kh dk;Z iw.kZ dj fy;k gS rFkk dh vuqefr iznku dh xbZ gS] mUgsa foHkkx }kjk ih,p0Mh0 ikB~;Øe vU; lHkh vH;FkhZ ftUgsa ih,p0Mh0 ikB~;Øe esa izo's k fn;k x;k gS lac/a kh dk;Z dks iw.kZ djuk visf{kr gksxkA

esa nkf[kyk izkIr gks x;k gS] vFkok ftUgksua s ftUgsa ih,p0Mh0 lesfdr ikB~;Øe esa izo's k lac/a kh dk;Z ls NwV iznku dh tk ldrh gSA mUgsa foHkkx }kjk fofgr ih,p0Mh0 ikB~;Øe

7-7 'kks/k i)fr ikB~;Øeksa lfgr ikB~;Øe lac/a kh dk;Z esa xzM s dks 'kks/k lykgdkj lfefr }kjk lesfdr ewY;kadu fd, tkus ds ckn vafre :i fn;k tk,xk rFkk laLFkku@egkfo|ky; dks vafre xzM s ds ckjs esa tkudkjh iznku dh tk,xhA 7-8 fdlh ,e0fQy0@ih,p0Mh0 “kks/kkFkhZ dks ikB~;Øe lac/a kh dk;Z esa U;wure 55% vad vFkok fo'ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;ksx 7 fcanq ekud ij blds led{k xzM s ¼vFkok tgka dgha Hkh xzfs Max iz.kkyh viukbZ tkrh gS led{k xzM s @lhthih,½ izkIr djuk gksxk rkfd og ikB~;Øe dks tkjh j[kus ds fy, ik= gks rFkk mls 'kks/k izc/a k@Fkhfll tek djus gksx a As 8- 'kks/k lykgdkj lfefr rFkk blds izdk;Z% 8-1 lacfa /kr laLFkku ds ifjfu;e@v/;kns'k esa ;Fkk ifjHkkf"kr] izR;sd ,e0fQy0 vkSj ih,p0Mh0 “kks/kkFkhZ ds fy, blh iz;kstukFkZ ,d 'kks/k lykgdkj lfefr] vFkok ,d led{k fudk; gksxkA “kks/kkFkhZ dk 'kks/k i;Zo{s kd bl lfefr dk leUo;drkZ gksxkA bl lfefr ds mÙkjnkf;Ro fuEuor gksx a %s 8-1-1

'kks/k izLrkoksa dh leh{kk djuk rFkk 'kks/k ds 'kh"kZd dks vafre :i nsuk(

8-1-2

“kks/kkFkhZ dks v/;;u <kaps rFkk i)fr dks fodflr djus ds fy, ekxZn'kZu iznku djuk rFkk mlds }kjk iw.kZ fd, tkus okys ikB~;Øe¼ks½a dh igpku djkukA

8-1-3

“kks/kkFkhZ ds 'kks/k dk;Z dh vkof/kd leh{kk djuk rFkk izxfr esa lgk;rk iznku djukA

8-2 “kks/kkFkhZ Ng ekg esa ,d ckj 'kks/k lykgdkj lfefr ds le{k mifLFkr gksdj ewY;kadu rFkk vkxs dk ekxZn'kZu izkIr djus ds fy, vius dk;Z dh izxfr ds lac/a k esa ,d izLrqfr nsxkA 'kks/k lykgdkj lfefr }kjk Ng ekfld izxfr fjiksVZ laLFkku@egkfo|ky; dks rFkk bldh ,d izfr “kks/kkFkhZ dks Hksth tk,xhA 8-3 ;fn “kks/kkFkhZ dh izxfr vlarks"ktud gks rks] 'kks/k lykgdkj lfefr blds dkj.k ntZ djsxh rFkk mipkjkRed mik; lq>k,xhA ;fn “kks/kkFkhZ bu mipkjkRed mik;ksa dks dk;kZfUor djus esa vlQy cuk jgrk gS rks 'kks/k


¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º

Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k

5

lykgdkj lfefr “kks/kkFkhZ ds iathdj.k dks jí djus ds fof'k"V dkj.k ntZ dj laLFkku@egkfo|ky; dks bldh flQkfj'k dj ldrh gSA 9- mikf/k vkfn vokMZ djus ds fy, ewY;kadu rFkk fu/kkZj.k i)fr;ka] U;wure ekun.M@ØsfMV vkfn 9-1 ,e0fQy0- mikf/k iznku djus ds fy, ikB~;Øe lac/a kh dk;Z gsrq ØsfMV lfgr lexz U;wure ØsfMV lac/a kh vis{kk,a 24 ØsfMV ls de ugha gksx a hA 9-2 ikB~;Øe lac/a kh dk;Z dks lQyrkiwod Z iw.kZ djus ds mijkUr rFkk mi;qZDr 7-8 mi /kkjkvksa esa fofgr vad@xzM s izkIr djus ij] tSlk Hkh ekeyk gks] ,e0fQy0@ih,p0Mh0 “kks/kkFkhZ }kjk 'kks/k dk;Z vkjaHk djuk visf{kr gksxk rFkk bu fofu;eksa ds vk/kkj ij lacfa /kr laLFkku }kjk ;Fkk fofufnZ"V fu/kkZfjr le; esa ,d elkSnk 'kks/k izc/a k@Fkhfll tek djuk gksxkA 9-3

'kks/k izc/a k@Fkhfll dks tek djus ls iwo]Z “kks/kkFkhZ lacfa /kr laLFkku dh 'kks/k lykgdkj lfefr ds le{k ,d izLrqfr nsxk ftlesa lHkh ladk; lnL;x.k rFkk vU; “kks/kkFkhZ mifLFkr gksx a As muls izkIr gqbZ izfriqf’V rFkk fVIif.k;ksa dks 'kks/k lykgdj lfefr dss ijke'kZ ls elkSnk 'kks/k izc/a k@Fkhfll esa mi;qDr :i ls 'kkfey fd;k tk,A

9-4

ewY;kadu fd, tkus gsrq 'kks/k izc/a k@Fkhfll tek djus ls iwoZ ,e0fQy0 “kks/kkFkhZ fdlh lEesyu@laxks"Bh esa de ls de ,d ¼01½ 'kks/k i= izLrqr djsxk rFkk ih,p0Mh0 “kks/kkFkhZ lanfHkZr if=dk esa de ls de ¼01½ 'kks/k i= vfuok;Z :Ik ls izdkf”kr djk,xk rFkk vius “kks/k izcU/k@Fkhfll izLrqr djus ls iwo]Z lEesyuks@ a laxksf"B;ksa esa U;wure nks isij izLrqr djsxk rFkk buds lac/a k esa izLrqrhdj.k izek.ki= vkSj@vFkok iqueqZn.z kksa ds :i esa lk{; izLrqr djsxkA

9-5

laLFkku dh f'k{kk ifj"kn~ ¼vFkok blds led{k fudk;½] lqfodflr lkW¶Vos;j rFkk midj.kksa ds fodkl }kjk lkfgfR;d pksjh rFkk f'k{kk lac/a kh Ny&diV dk irk yxk;sxhA 'kks/k izc/a k@Fkhfll dks ewY;kadu gsrq tek djus ls iwoZ “kks/kkFkhZ ls ,d opuc)rk izkIr dh tk,xh rFkk 'kks/k i;Zo{s kd }kjk dk;Z dh ekSfydrk ds vuqiez k.ku Lo:i ,d izek.ki= tek djuk gksxk] ftlesa ;g vk'oklu fn;k tk,xk fd fdlh Hkh izdkj dh lkfgfR;d pksjh ugha dh xbZ gS rFkk ;g dk;Z mlh laLFkku esa tgka ;g 'kks/k dk;Z fd;k x;k Fkk vFkok fdlh vU; laLFkku esa fdlh vU; mikf/k@fMIyksek ikB~;Øe vokMZ djus ds fy, izLrqr ugha fd;k x;k gSA

9-6

fdlh Hkh “kks/kkFkhZ }kjk izLrqr fd;s x;s ,e0fQy0 'kks/k izca /k dk ewY;kadu mlds 'kks/k i;Zo{s kd rFkk de ls de ,d ,sls ckg~; ijh{kd }kjk fd;k tk,xk tks laLFkku@egkfo|ky; esa fu;ksftr ugha gksA vU; ckrksa ds lkFk&lkFk ewY;kadu fjiksVZ esa dh xbZ vkykspuk ij ekSf[kd lk{kkRdkj] nksuksa ijh{kdksa }kjk ,d lkFk fd;k tk,xk] ftlesa 'kks/k lykgdkj lfefr ds lnL;x.k rFkk foHkkx ds ladk; lnL;x.k rFkk vU; “kks/kkFkhZ ,oa bl fo"k; esa #fp ysus okys vU; fo'ks"kK@'kks/kdrkZ Hkh Hkkx ys ldrs gSAa

9-7

“kks/kkFkhZ }kjk tek fd, x, ih,p0Mh0 'kks/k izc/a k dk ewY;kadu mlds 'kks/k i;Zo{s kd rFkk de ls de nks ckg~; ijh{kdksa }kjk fd;k tk,xk tks laLFkku@egkfo|ky; esa fu;ksftr u gks]a ftuesa ls ,d ijh{kd fons'k ls Hkh gks ldrk gSA vU; ckrksa ds lkFk&lkFk ewY;kadu fjikVZ esa dh xbZ vkykspuk ij ekSf[kd ijh{kk] 'kks/k i;Zo{s kd rFkk nks ckg~; ijh{kdksa esa ls de ls de ,d ckg~; ijh{kd }kjk dh tk,xh] blesa 'kks/k lykgdkj lfefr ds lnL;x.k rFkk foHkkx esa ladk; lnL;x.k rFkk vU; “kks/kkFkhZ vkSj bl fo"k; esa #fp ysus okys vU; fo'ks"kK@'kks/kdrkZ Hkh Hkkx ys ldrs gSAa

9-8

'kks/k izc/a k@Fkhfll ds i{k esa 'kks/kkFkhZ dh lkoZtfud ekSf[kd ijh{kk dsoy ml fLFkfr esa yh tk,xh tc 'kks/k izc/a k@Fkhfll@ij ckg~; ijh{kd¼ks½a dh ewY;kadu fjiksVZ larks"ktud gks rFkk mlesa ekSf[kd ijh{kk vk;ksftr djus ds fy;s fof'k"V flQkfj'k 'kkfey gksA ,e0fQy0 'kks/k izc/a k ds ekeys esa ckg~; ijh{kdksa dh ewY;kadu fjiksVZ vFkok ih,p0Mh0 'kks/k izc/a k ds ekeys esa ckg~; ijh{kd dh dksbZ ,d ewY;kadu fjiksVZ vlarks"ktud gksus ij rFkk mlesa ekSf[kd ijh{kk dh flQkfj'k ugha fd, tkus ij laLFkku ijh{kdksa ds vuqeksfnr iSuy esa ls fdlh vU; ckg~; ijh{kd dks 'kks/k izc/a k@Fkhfll Hkstx s k rFkk u, ijh{kd dh fjiksVZ larks"ktud ik, tkus ij gh ekSf[kd ijh{kk vk;ksftr dh tk,xhA ;fn u, ijh{kd dh fjiksVZ Hkh vlarks"ktud gks rks] 'kks/k izc/a k@Fkhfll dks vLohdkj dj fn;k tk,xk rFkk “kks/kkFkhZ dks mikf/k iznku djus ds fy, vik= ?kksf"kr dj fn;k tk,xkA

9-9

laLFkku mi;qZDr i)fr fodflr djsx a s rkfd 'kks/k izc/a k@Fkhfll tek djus dh frfFk ls Ng ekg dh vof/k ds Hkhrj ,e0fQy0 'kks/k izc/a k@ih,p0Mh0 'kks/k izc/a k ds ewY;kadu dh lexz izfØ;k iw.kZ dh tk ldsA

10- ,e0fQy0@ih,p0Mh0 ikB~;Øeksa dks izLrqr djus ds fy, egkfo|ky;ksa }kjk iw.kZ dh tkus okyh 'kS{kf.kd] iz'kklfud rFkk volajpukRed vis{kk,a 10-1

egkfo|ky;ksa dks dsoy ml fLFkfr esa ,e0fQy0@ih,p0Mh0 ikB~;Øe dks izLrqr djus gsrq ik= ekuk tk,xk tc os bu fofu;eksa ds vuq:i ik= 'kks/k i;Zo{s kdksa dh miyC/krk] visf{kr volajpuk vkSj lgk;d iz'kklfud rFkk 'kks/k lao/kZu lqfo/kk,a gksus ds lac/a k esa lar"q V dj ik,axAs


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THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY

[PART III —SEC. 4

10-2

egkfo|ky;ksa ds LukrdksÙkj foHkkx] Hkkjr ljdkj@jkT; ljdkj dh 'kks/k iz;ksx'kkyk,a rFkk jk"Vªh; egRo ds laLFkku ftuds lacfa /kr foHkkx esa de ls de nks ih,p0Mh0 vgZrk izkIr f'k{kd@oSKkfud@vU; 'kS{kf.kd LVkQ gksa rFkk bu fofu;eksa ds vuq:i mi&[k.M 10-3 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V lkFk gh visf{kr volajpuk] lgk;d iz”kklfud rFkk “kks/k lao/Z ku lqfo/kk,a ekStnw gks]a mUgsa ,e0fQy0@ih,p0Mh0 ikB~;Øe dks izLrqr djus ds mUgsa ik= ekuk tk,xkA blds lkFk&lkFk egkfo|ky;ksa dks mu laLFkkuksa ls vfuok;Z ekU;rk izkIr gksuh pkfg, ftuds rgr os dk;Z djrs gSAa

10-3

dsoy fuEukuqlkj mfYyf[kr “kks/k gsrq Ik;kZIr lqfo/kkvksa okys egkfo|ky; gh ,e0fQy0@ih,p0Mh0 ikB~;Øeksa dks izLrqr djsx a %s

10-3-1

foKku vkSj izk| S ksfxdh fo/kkvksa ds ekeys es]a lacfa /kr laLFkkuksa }kjk ;Fkk fofufnZ"V uohure midj.k ls lqlfTtr fof'k"V 'kks/k iz;ksx'kkyk,a ftuesa izfr “kks/kkFkhZ gsrq i;kZIr LFkku dh O;oLFkk gks] lkFk gh dEI;wVj lqfo/kk,a rFkk vfuok;Z lkW¶Vos;j rFkk vckf/kr fo|qr ,oa tykiwfrZ dh O;oLFkk gksuh pkfg,(

10-3-2

uohure iqLrdksa lfgr fpfUg~r xaFz kky; lalk/ku] Hkkjrh; rFkk varjkZ"Vªh; tuZy] bZ&tuZy] lHkh fo/kkvksa gsrq foLrkfjr dk;Z ?kaV]s foHkkx@xzFa kky; esa 'kks/kkfFkZ;ksa gsrq iBu] ys[ku gsrq i;kZIr LFkku] v/;;u rFkk 'kks/k lkexzh ds Hk.Mkj.k dh O;oLFkk gksuh pkfg,(

10-3-3

laLFkku@egkfo|ky; vklikl ds laLFkkuks@ a egkfo|ky;ksa dh visf{kr lqfo/kkvksa rd igqp a cuk ldrs gSa vFkok mu laLFkkuks@ a egkfo|ky;ks@ a vuql/a kku vkSj fodkl iz;ksx'kkykvks@ a laxBuksa rd igqp a cuk ldrs gSa ftuesa visf{kr lqfo/kk,a gSA

11- nwjLFk f'k{kk i)fr@va'kdkfyd f'k{kk i)fr ds ek/;e ls ih,p0Mh0@,e0fQy0 mikf/k dk lapkyu 11-1 orZeku essa ykxw bu fofu;eksa vFkok fdlh fu;e vFkok fofu;e esa varfoZ"V fdlh Hkh ckr ds ckctwn dksbZ Hkh fo'ofo|ky;] laLFkku] ekfur fo”ofo|ky; ,oa egkfo|ky; nwjLFk f'k{kk i)fr ds ek/;e ls ,e0fQy0 vkSj ih,p0Mh0 ikB~;Øe ugha pyk,xkA 11-2 va'kdkfyd vk/kkj ij ih,p0Mh0 ikB~;Øe pykus dh vuqefr gksxh c'krsaZ ekStnw k ih,p0Mh0 fofu;eksa esa mfYyf[kr lHkh 'krsZa iw.kZ dh tk,aA 12- bu fofu;eksa dh vf/klwpuk ls iwoZ iznku dh x;ha ,e0fQy0@ih,p0Mh0 mikf/k;kW vFkok fons'kh fo'ofo|ky;ksa }kjk iznku dh xbZ mikf/k;ka 12-1 ,sls vH;FkhZ tks ,e0fQy0@ih,p0Mh0 ikB~;Øeksa ds fy, tqykbZ] 11 2009 dks vFkok mlds i”pkr~] bu fofu;eksa dh vf/klwpuk dh frfFk rd iathd`r gq, Fks] ,sls vH;fFkZ;ksa dks mikf/k iznku fd;k tkuk] bu ;wthlh ¼,e0fQy@ih,p0Mh0 mikf/k iznku djus ds U;wure ekud ,oa fof/k½ fofu;e] 2009 ds izko/kkuksa }kjk vfHk'kkflr gksxkA 12-2 ;fn fons'kh fo'ofo|ky; }kjk ,e0fQy0@ih,p0Mh0 mikf/k iznku dh tkrh gS rks ,slh mikf/k ij fopkj djus gsrq Hkkjrh; laLFkku ml ekeys dks vokMZ dh xbZ mikf/k dh leqrY;rk dk fu/kkZj.k djus ds iz;kstukFkZ ml ekeys dks lacfa /kr laLFkku }kjk xfBr LFkk;h lfefr dks Hkstx s kA 13- bUQ~fycusV ds lkFk fMiksftVjh % 13-1 ,e0fQy0@ih,p0Mh0 mikf/k¼;ks½a dks vokMZ djus gsrq lQyrkiwod Z ewY;kadu izfØ;k iw.kZ gks tkus ds Ik'pkr rFkk ,e0fQy0 @ih,p0Mh0 mikf/k dks iznku fd;s tkus dh ?kks’k.kk ls iwo]Z lEc) laLFkku ,e0fQy0 @ih,p0Mh0 'kks/k izc/a k dh ,d bySDVªkWfud izfr baf¶ycusV ds ikl iznf'kZr¼gksLV½ djus ds fy, tek djsxk rkfd lHkh laLFkkuks@ a egkfo|ky;ksa rd budh igqp a cukbZ tk ldsA 13-2 mikf/k dks okLro esa iznku djus ls iwoZ mikf/k iznku djus okyk laLFkku bl vk'k; dk ,d vuafre izek.ki= tek djsxk fd mikf/k] fo'ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;ksx fofu;e] 2016 ds izko/kkuksa ds vuq:i iznku dh xbZ gSA izk-s tliky ,l- lU/kw]lfpo [foKkiu&III@4@vlk-@143 (113)]


¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º

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MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION NOTIFICATION New Delhi, the 5th May, 2016 University Grants Commission (Minimum Standards and Procedure for Award of M.PHIL./PH.D Degrees) Regulations, 2016 {In supersession of the UGC (Minimum Standards and Procedure for Awards of M.Phil./Ph.D. Degree) Regulation, 2009, notified in The Gazette of India [No. 28, Part III- Section 4] for the week July 11-July 17, 2009} No. F. 1-2/2009(EC/PS)V(I) Vol. II - In exercise of the powers conferred by clauses (f) and (g) of sub-section (1) of Section 26 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956 (3 of 1956), and in supersession of the UGC (Minimum Standards and Procedure for Awards of M.Phil./Ph.D. Degree) Regulation, 2009, notified in The Gazette of India [No. 28, Part III-Section 4] for the week July 11 — July 17, 2009, the University Grants Commission hereby makes the following Regulations, namely:1.

2.

3.

Short title, Application and Commencement: 1.1

These Regulations may be called University Grants Commission (Minimum Standards and Procedure for Award of M.Phil./Ph.D. Degrees) Regulations, 2016.

1.2

They shall apply to every University established or incorporated by or under a Central Act, a Provincial Act, or a State Act , every affiliated college, and every Institution Deemed to be a University under Section 3 of UGC Act, 1956.

1.3

They shall come into force from the date of their publication in the Gazette of India.

Eligibility criteria for admission to the M.Phil. programme: 2.1

Candidates for admission to the M.Phil. programme shall have a Master's degree or a professional degree declared equivalent to the Master’s degree by the corresponding statutory regulatory body, with at least 55% marks in aggregate or its equivalent grade 'B' in the UGC 7-point scale (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed) or an equivalent degree from a foreign educational Institution accredited by an Assessment and Accreditation Agency which is approved, recognized or authorized by an authority, established or incorporated under a law in its home country or any other statutory authority in that country for the purpose of assessing, accrediting or assuring quality and standards of educational institutions.

2.2

A relaxation of 5% of marks, from 55% to 50%, or an equivalent relaxation of grade, may be allowed for those belonging to SC/ST/OBC(non-creamy layer)/Differently-Abled and other categories of candidates as per the decision of the Commission from time to time, or for those who had obtained their Master's degree prior to 19th September, 1991. The eligibility marks of 55% (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed) and the relaxation of 5% to the categories mentioned above are permissible based only on the qualifying marks without including the grace mark procedures.

Eligibility criteria for admission to Ph.D.programme: Subject to the conditions stipulated in these Regulations, the following persons are eligible to seek admission to the Ph.D. programme: 3.1

Master’s Degree holders satisfying the criteria stipulated under Clause 2 above.

3.2

Candidates who have cleared the M.Phil. course work with at least 55% marks in aggregate or its equivalent grade 'B' in the UGC 7-point scale (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed) and successfully completing the M.Phil. Degree shall be eligible to proceed to do research work leading to the Ph. D. Degree in the same Institution in an integrated programme. A relaxation of 5% of marks, from 55% to 50%, or an equivalent relaxation of grade, may be allowed for those belonging to SC/ST/OBC(non-creamy layer)/differently-abled and other categories of candidates as per the decision of the Commission from time to time.


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3.3

A person whose M.Phil. dissertation has been evaluated and the viva voce is pending may be admitted to the Ph.D. programme of the same Institution;

3.4

Candidates possessing a Degree considered equivalent to M.Phil. Degree of an Indian Institution, from a Foreign Educational Institution accredited by an Assessment and Accreditation Agency which is approved, recognized or authorized by an authority, established or incorporated under a law in its home country or any other statutory authority in that country for the purpose of assessing, accrediting or assuring quality and standards of educational institutions, shall be eligible for admission to Ph.D. programme.

Duration of the Programme: 4.1

M.Phil. programme shall be for a minimum duration of two (2) consecutive semesters / one year and a maximum of four (4) consecutive semesters / two years.

4.2

Ph.D. programme shall be for a minimum duration of three years, including course work and a maximum of six years.

4.3

Extension beyond the above limits will be governed by the relevant clauses as stipulated in the Statute/Ordinance of the individual Institution concerned.

4.4

The women candidates and Persons with Disability (more than 40% disability) may be allowed a relaxation of one year for M.Phil and two years for Ph.D. in the maximum duration. In addition, the women candidates may be provided Maternity Leave/Child Care Leave once in the entire duration of M.Phil/Ph.D. for up to 240 days.

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Procedure for admission: 5.1

All Universities and Institutions Deemed to be Universities shall admit M.Phil/Ph.D. students through an Entrance Test conducted at the level of Individual University/Institution Deemed to be a University. The University/Institution Deemed to be a University may decide separate terms and conditions for Ph.D. Entrance Test for those students who qualify UGC-NET (including JRF)/UGC-CSIR NET (including JRF)/SLET/GATE/teacher fellowship holder or have passed M.Phil programme. Similar approach may be adopted in respect of Entrance Test for M.Phil programme.

5.2

Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) referred to in sub-clause 1.2 above and Colleges under them which are allowed to conduct M.Phil. and/or Ph.D. programmes, shall: 5.2.1

decide on an annual basis through their academic bodies a predetermined and manageable number of M.Phil. and/or Ph.D. scholars to be admitted depending on the number of available Research Supervisors and other academic and physical facilities available, keeping in mind the norms regarding the scholar- teacher ratio (as indicated in Para 6.5), laboratory, library and such other facilities;

5.2.2

notify well in advance in the institutional website and through advertisement in at least two (2) national newspapers, of which at least one (1) shall be in the regional language, the number of seats for admission, subject/discipline-wise distribution of available seats, criteria for admission, procedure for admission, examination centre(s) where entrance test(s) shall be conducted and all other relevant information for the benefit of the candidates;

5.2.3

adhere to the National/State-level reservation policy, as applicable.

5.3

The admission shall be based on the criteria notified by the Institution, keeping in view the guidelines/norms in this regard issued by the UGC and other statutory bodies concerned, and taking into account the reservation policy of the Central/State Government from time to time.

5.4

HEIs as mentioned in Clause 1.2 shall admit candidates by a two stage process through: 5.4.1

An Entrance Test shall be qualifying with qualifying marks as 50%. The syllabus of the Entrance Test shall consist of 50% of research methodology and 50% shall be


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subject specific. The Entrance Test shall be conducted at the Centre(s) notified in advance (changes of Centres, if any, also to be notified well in advance) at the level of the individual HEI as mentioned in clause 1.2; and 5.4.2

5.5

5.6

6.

An interview/viva-voce to be organized by the HEI as mentioned in clause 1.2 when the candidates are required to discuss their research interest/area through a presentation before a duly constituted Department Research Committee.

The interview/viva voce shall also consider the following aspects, viz. whether: 5.5.1

the candidate possesses the competence for the proposed research;

5.5.2 5.5.3

the research work can be suitably undertaken at the Institution/College; the proposed area of research can contribute to new/additional knowledge.

The University shall maintain the list of all the M.Phil. / Ph.D. registered students on its website on year-wise basis. The list shall include the name of the registered candidate, topic of his/her research, name of his/her supervisor/co-supervisor, date of enrolment/registration.

Allocation of Research Supervisor: Eligibility criteria to be a Research Supervisor, Co- Supervisor, Number of M.Phil./Ph.D. scholars permissible per Supervisor, etc. 6.1

Any regular Professor of the University/Institution Deemed to be a University/College with at least five research publications in refereed journals and any regular Associate/Assistant Professor of the university/institution deemed to be a university/college with a Ph.D. degree and at least two research publications in refereed journals may be recognized as Research Supervisor. Provided that in areas/disciplines where there is no or only a limited number of refereed journals, the Institution may relax the above condition for recognition of a person as Research Supervisor with reasons recorded in writing.

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6.2

Only a full time regular teacher of the concerned University/Institution Deemed to be a University/College can act as a supervisor. The external supervisors are not allowed. However, CoSupervisor can be allowed in inter-disciplinary areas from other departments of the same institute or from other related institutions with the approval of the Research Advisory Committee.

6.3

The allocation of Research Supervisor for a selected research scholar shall be decided by the Department concerned depending on the number of scholars per Research Supervisor, the available specialization among the Supervisors and research interests of the scholars as indicated by them at the time of interview/viva voce.

6.4

In case of topics which are of inter-disciplinary nature where the Department concerned feels that the expertise in the Department has to be supplemented from outside, the Department may appoint a Research Supervisor from the Department itself, who shall be known as the Research Supervisor, and a Co-Supervisor from outside the Department/ Faculty/College/Institution on such terms and conditions as may be specified and agreed upon by the consenting Institutions/Colleges.

6.5

A Research Supervisor/Co-supervisor who is a Professor, at any given point of time, cannot guide more than three (3)M.Phil. and Eight (8) Ph.D. scholars. An Associate Professor as Research Supervisor can guide up to a maximum of two (2) M.Phil. and six (6) Ph.D. scholars and an Assistant Professor as Research Supervisor can guide up to a maximum of one (1) M.Phil. and four (4) Ph.D. scholars.

6.6

In case of relocation of an M.Phil/Ph.D. woman scholar due to marriage or otherwise, the research data shall be allowed to be transferred to the University to which the scholar intends to relocate provided all the other conditions in these regulations are followed in letter and spirit and the research work does not pertain to the project secured by the parent institution/ supervisor from any funding agency. The scholar will however give due credit to the parent guide and the institution for the part of research already done.

Course Work: Credit Requirements, number, duration, syllabus, minimum standards for completion, etc. 7.1

The credit assigned to the M.Phil. or Ph.D. course work shall be a minimum of 08 credits and a maximum of 16 credits.


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The course work shall be treated as prerequisite for M.Phil./Ph.D. preparation. A minimum of four credits shall be assigned to one or more courses on Research Methodology which could cover areas such as quantitative methods, computer applications, research ethics and review of published research in the relevant field, training, field work, etc. Other courses shall be advanced level courses preparing the students for M.Phil./Ph.D. degree.

7.3

All courses prescribed for M.Phil. and Ph.D. course work shall be in conformity with the credit hour instructional requirement and shall specify content, instructional and assessment methods. They shall be duly approved by the authorized academic bodies.

7.4

The Department where the scholar pursues his/her research shall prescribe the course(s) to him/her based on the recommendations of the Research Advisory Committee, as stipulated under sub-Clause 8.1 below, of the research scholar.

7.5

All candidates admitted to the M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes shall be required to complete the course work prescribed by the Department during the initial one or two semesters.

7.6

Candidates already holding M. Phil. degree and admitted to the Ph.D. programme, or those who have already completed the course work in M.Phil. and have been permitted to proceed to the Ph.D. in integrated course, may be exempted by the Department from the Ph.D. course work. All other candidates admitted to the Ph.D. programme shall be required to complete the Ph.D. course work prescribed by the Department.

7.7

Grades in the course work, including research methodology courses shall be finalized after a combined assessment by the Research Advisory Committee and the Department and the final grades shall be communicated to the Institution/College.

7.8

A M.Phil./Ph.D. scholar has to obtain a minimum of 55% of marks or its equivalent grade in the UGC 7-point scale (or an equivalent grade/CGPA in a point scale wherever grading system is followed) in the course work in order to be eligible to continue in the programme and submit the dissertation/thesis.

Research Advisory Committee and its functions: 8.1

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There shall be a Research Advisory Committee, or an equivalent body for similar purpose as defined in the Statutes/Ordinances of the Institution concerned, for each M.Phil. and Ph.D. scholar. The Research Supervisor of the scholar shall be the Convener of this Committee. This Committee shall have the following responsibilities: 8.1.1

To review the research proposal and finalize the topic of research;

8.1.2

To guide the research scholar to develop the study design and methodology of research and identify the course(s) that he/she may have to do.

8.1.3

To periodically review and assist in the progress of the research work of the research scholar.

8.2

A research scholar shall appear before the Research Advisory Committee once in six months to make a presentation of the progress of his/her work for evaluation and further guidance. The six monthly progress reports shall be submitted by the Research Advisory Committee to the Institution/College with a copy to the research scholar.

8.3

In case the progress of the research scholar is unsatisfactory, the Research Advisory Committee shall record the reasons for the same and suggest corrective measures. If the research scholar fails to implement these corrective measures, the Research Advisory Committee may recommend to the Institution/College with specific reasons for cancellation of the registration of the research scholar.

Evaluation and Assessment Methods, minimum standards/credits for award of the degree, etc.: 9.1

The overall minimum credit requirement, including credit for the course work, for the award of M.Phil. degree shall not be less than 24 credits.

9.2

Upon satisfactory completion of course work, and obtaining the marks/grade prescribed in sub-clauses 7.8 above, as the case may be, the M.Phil./Ph.D. scholar shall be required to undertake research work


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and produce a draft dissertation/thesis within a reasonable time, as stipulated by the Institution concerned based on these Regulations.

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9.3

Prior to the submission of the dissertation/thesis, the scholar shall make a presentation in the Department before the Research Advisory Committee of the Institution concerned which shall also be open to all faculty members and other research scholars. The feedback and comments obtained from them may be suitably incorporated into the draft dissertation/thesis in consultation with the Research Advisory Committee.

9.4

M.Phil scholars shall present at least one (1) research paper in a conference/seminar and Ph.D. scholars must publish at least one (1) research paper in refereed journal and make two paper presentations in conferences/seminars before the submission of the dissertation/thesis for adjudication, and produce evidence for the same in the form of presentation certificates and/or reprints.

9.5

The Academic Council (or its equivalent body) of the Institution shall evolve a mechanism using well developed software and gadgets to detect plagiarism and other forms of academic dishonesty. While submitting for evaluation, the dissertation/thesis shall have an undertaking from the research scholar and a certificate from the Research Supervisor attesting to the originality of the work, vouching that there is no plagiarism and that the work has not been submitted for the award of any other degree/diploma of the same Institution where the work was carried out, or to any other Institution.

9.6

The M.Phil. dissertation submitted by a research scholar shall be evaluated by his/her Research Supervisor and at least one external examiner who is not in the employment of the Institution/College. The viva-voce examination, based among other things, on the critiques given in the evaluation report, shall be conducted by both of them together, and shall be open to be attended by Members of the Research Advisory Committee, all faculty members of the Department, other research scholars and other interested experts/ researchers.

9.7

The Ph.D. thesis submitted by a research scholar shall be evaluated by his/her Research Supervisor and at least two external examiners, who are not in employment of the Institution/College, of whom one examiner may be from outside the country. The viva-voce examination, based among other things, on the critiques given in the evaluation report, shall be conducted by the Research Supervisor and at least one of the two external examiners, and shall be open to be attended by Members of the Research Advisory Committee, all faculty members of the Department, other research scholars and other interested experts/researchers.

9.8

The public viva-voce of the research scholar to defend the dissertation/thesis shall be conducted only if the evaluation report(s) of the external examiner(s) on the dissertation/thesis is/are satisfactory and include a specific recommendation for conducting the viva-voce examination. If the evaluation report of the external examiner in case of M.Phil. dissertation, or one of the evaluation reports of the external examiner in case of Ph.D. thesis, is unsatisfactory and does not recommend viva-voce, the Institution shall send the dissertation/ thesis to another external examiner out of the approved panel of examiners and the viva-voce examination shall be held only if the report of the latest examiner is satisfactory. If the report of the latest examiner is also unsatisfactory, the dissertation/ thesis shall be rejected and the research scholar shall be declared ineligible for the award of the degree.

9.9

The Institutions shall develop appropriate methods so as to complete the entire process of evaluation of M.Phil. dissertation/ Ph.D. thesis within a period of six months from the date of submission of the dissertation/thesis.

Academic, administrative and infrastructure requirement to be fulfilled by Colleges for getting recognition for offering M.Phil./Ph.D. programmes: 10.1

Colleges may be considered eligible to offer M.Phil./Ph .D programmes only if they satisfy the availability of eligible Research Supervisors, required infrastructure and supporting administrative and research promotion facilities as per these Regulations.

10.2

Post-graduate Departments of Colleges, Research laboratories of Government of India/State Government with at least two Ph.D. qualified teachers/scientists/other academic staff in the Department concerned along with required infrastructure, supporting administrative and research promotion facilities as per these Regulations, stipulated under sub-clause 10.3, shall be considered eligible to offer M.Phil./Ph.D. programmes. Colleges should additionally have the necessary recognition by the


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Institution under which they operate to offer M.Phil/Ph.D. programme. 10.3

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Colleges with adequate facilities for research as mentioned below alone shall offer M.Phil./Ph. D. programmes: 10.3.1

In case of science and technology disciplines, exclusive research laboratories with sophisticated equipment as specified by the Institution concerned with provision for adequate space per research scholar along with computer facilities and essential software, and uninterrupted power and water supply;

10.3.2

Earmarked library resources including latest books, Indian and International journals, ejournals, extended working hours for all disciplines, adequate space for research scholars in the Department/ library for reading, writing and storing study and research materials;

10.3.3

Colleges may also access the required facilities of the neighbouring Institutions/Colleges, or of those Institutions/Colleges/R&D laboratories/Organizations which have the required facilities.

Treatment of Ph.D / M.Phil. through Distance Mode/Part-time: 11.1

Notwithstanding anything contained in these Regulations or any other Rule or Regulation, for the time being in force, no University; Institution, Deemed to be a University and College shall conduct M.Phil. and Ph.D. Programmes through distance education mode.

11.2

Part-time Ph.D will be allowed provided all the conditions mentioned in the extant Ph.D Regulations are met.

Award of M.Phil./Ph.D. degrees prior to Notification of these Regulations, or degrees awarded by foreign Universities: 12.1

Award of degrees to candidates registered for the M.Phil./Ph.D. programme on or after July 11, 2009 till the date of Notification of these Regulations shall be governed by the provisions of the UGC (Minimum Standards and procedure for Awards of M.Phil/Ph.D Degree) Regulation, 2009.

12.2

If the M.Phil./Ph.D. degree is awarded by a Foreign University, the Indian Institution considering such a degree shall refer the issue to a Standing Committee constituted by the concerned institution for the purpose of determining the equivalence of the degree awarded by the foreign University.

Depository with INFLIBNET: 13.1

Following the successful completion of the evaluation process and before the announcement of the award of the M.Phil./Ph.D. degree(s), the Institution concerned shall submit an electronic copy of the M.Phil. dissertation /Ph. D. thesis to the INFLIBNET, for hosting the same so as to make it accessible to all Institutions/Colleges.

13.2

Prior to the actual award of the degree, the degree-awarding Institution shall issue a provisional Certificate to the effect that the Degree has been awarded in accordance with the provisions of these UGC Regulations, 2016. Prof. JASPAL S. SANDHU, Secy. [ADVT.-III/4/Exty./143(113)]

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