Ph.D in information Science

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Undergraduate or Graduate Level : Graduate Level
Duration of Program : 3 years

About this Program

The upshot of all the developmental work in both qualitative and quantitative methods is that there is now as much variation among both researchers as there is between quantitatively or qualitatively oriented scholars and evaluators. A primary purpose of this course is to sort out the major perspectives in that debate, portray diversity of qualitative and quantitative approaches now available and examine the influences of this diversity on applications including programme evaluation.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Eligibility:Specifically,eligible applicants should have either of the following:

  • A master degree in library and information science with a CGPA of 3.5 and above from a recognised university/institution.
  • A master degree with a CGPA of 3.5 and above in a related field.The applicants must hold either a bachelor's degree or postgraduate diploma in library of information science.

Courses

Year 1
Semester 1
Course Title Course Code Credit Units Level
SEMINAR PLS 8107 4 Graduate Level
CONCEPT PAPER PRESENTATION(seminar) PLS 8208 3 Graduate Level
THEORY OF INFORMATION SCIENCE PLS 8103 3 Graduate Level
RESEARCH PARADIGMS IN INFORMATION SCIENCE PLS 8105 4 Graduate Level
Year 2
Semester 2
Course Title Course Code Credit Units Level
INFORMATION SCIENCE POLICY STUDIES PLS 8205 4 Graduate Level
SCHOLARLY WRITING AND COMMUNICATION PLS 8207 4 Graduate Level