Students are now able to pursue PhD in all 27 institutes of ICMR

  • | Thursday | 18th April, 2024

Students will now be able to pursue PhD as well in all the 27 institutes of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), including the Bhopal Memorial Hospital and Research (BMHRC). For this purpose, ICMR has entered into an agreement with the Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research (ACSIR). ACSIR has invited applications for PhD (Medical Research) in all the institutes. The last date for applications is 30 April. Under this agreement, all the current Institutes under ICMR, ICMR HQs. and Department of Health Research (DHR), will be recognized as Associate Academic Centres of AcSIR providing avenues for Ph.D. and postgraduate students. Dr Manisha Shrivastava, Director Incharge, BMHRC, Bhopal said that presently Postgraduate and Super-Speciality courses are conducted in many departments of BMHRC and starting of PhD course will benefit doctors having MBBS or MD degree who are interested in the field of research. With this the country will be able to get a large number of physician scientists. There will be total 5 seats for PhD in BMHRC.She also informed that interested candidates can log in to the ScISR website and fill their form till 30th April. After this, there will be a written test or interview for the shortlisted candidates. The result will come in July and the session will start from August.It is noteworthy that ICMR has 27 institutes across the country, which are mainly dedicated to research. ACSIR was established in 2011 to prepare future leaders in the field of science and technology.

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