Admissions 2017

TERI University

Ph.D. (Energy and Environment)

Financial assistance

The University does not award any scholarship to students. However, some assistantships are available in TERI University/TERI's projects. Those students who wish to be considered for the award of assistantship from these projects should mention this in the application form for admission. The amount of such assistantship will be governed by the terms and conditions of the project. Students who accept these assistantships are required to provide assistance to the project for up to 8 hours per week during the first year or up to the end of comprehensive examination, whichever is later. On completion of the comprehensive examination they can opt to work for up to 12 hours per week to receive enhanced assistantship. Note that admission to the programmes and award of assistantship are not linked. Those who are not awarded assistantships can continue with the programme as self-financing students.
Candidates working in the research areas of Renewable Energy may also apply for the National Renewable Energy Fellowship scheme of Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (GOI).
Students may also apply for fellowships from UGC, CSIR, DBT etc.
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