Pol Science job 2018: The government has set a deadline of January 2018 for women to join government degree colleges for postgraduate work.
The Department of Science and Technology (DST) has now said that for women applicants, it is the most challenging part of the application process, requiring a lot of work, dedication and experience.
In the departmental website, the DST said that it has been working to develop a career path for women for more than 25 years, and that the process has not been easy.
The department said that the main reason for the difficulty is the time required to study for the programme and that it is not easy for the candidates to prepare the necessary documents.
According to the department, the process for admission to a university for postgraduation work begins with an online application.
The applicants have to provide a personal statement and information on the reasons for being a candidate for the postgraduate programme.
The department said the applicants have been asked to include personal and family history details, and include a photograph of themselves as well as their university records.
The candidates are required to write an essay in their choice of English language and Hindi language, and also to submit a CV.
Once accepted, the students will undergo a selection process, including a test, interviews and final examinations, in order to get a university degree.
According a DST official, this year, a total of 3,000 people have applied to enter the postgraduates programme.
However, the department has been expecting that there will be a higher number this year.
“We hope that there is a surge this year as the number of applicants is expected to increase by 10,000.
We are trying our best to reach out to all of them,” the official said.
The DST has set the deadline for the 2019-2020 academic year to June 30, 2019, which will be followed by the registration of candidates in May 2020.
The official said that during the registration process, the candidates will be required to complete two years of postgraduate studies, which are compulsory for the government postgraduate qualification programme.
According the official, the aim is to ensure that every woman in India can attain a postgraduate degree.