M.Phil. Program (Commerce)
- Level of Programme MPhil
- Duration 2 years
- Average Start Salary 4-6 lakhs per annum
- Language English
- Assessments Yes
MPhil or Master of Philosophy is a postgraduate academic research programme that is of two years
In an MPhil course, aspirants need to study theory as well as practical subjects.
Apart from this, candidates also need to conduct research and present their research findings.
After completing MPhil course candidates can consider pursuing a PhD programme.
Aspirants who are interested in pursuing an MPhil course, need to first meet the eligibility criteria set.
The criteria may vary under different universities, however, the basic eligibility set is that candidates need to have secured at least 55% marks in the subject in which they want to pursue an MPhil degree at the postgraduate level.
Candidates are usually shortlisted for admission in an MPhil course on the basis of their performance in an entrance exam followed by a Personal Interview (PI) round.
General Candidates:- Minimum of 55% marks in Post Graduation
SC/ST/OBC/Differently abled candidates:- Minimum of 50% marks in Post Graduation
Candidates with prior experience in the field of research or job industry become strongly eligible for the course.
The course curriculum for every specialization in MPhilis different.
Here the syllabus may vary from subject to subject of respective specialization.
The coursework comprises both classroom study and research work.
Basically the course structure includes the following things:-
Financial and Cost Accounting
Financial and Computer Application Management
Written test in each theory paper Sessional Marks
Practical examination and viva voce
Workshop on Research Paper Writing
Workshop on Research Project Writing
Workshop on Data Analysis
Workshop on Case Development and Analysis