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Asked by Anonymous - Nov 03, 2023Hindi

I have done Msc in physics .now want to pursue Phd from states . please guide

Ans: Certainly! Embarking on a Ph.D. journey in the United States after completing your MSc in Physics is commendable. Begin by researching universities with strong programs in your field, reaching out to potential advisors, and preparing a compelling application. Explore available scholarships and stay focused on your research interests for a successful academic pursuit.

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Asked by Anonymous - Apr 23, 2024Hindi
My son is completing MSC Physics from IIT Delhi by June 2024, and he wish to do PHD from a reputed university/Institute of USA on a fully funded scholarship. Ur expert advise is solicited please.
Ans: Hello,

First and foremost, thank you for getting in touch with us. I am glad to hear that your son is completing his MSc. in Physics from IIT Delhi after which he intends pursuing his PhD from a reputed university or institute in the USA. To answer your question first, I would like to tell you that its an excellent objective to pursue a PhD in the USA on a fully funded scholarship. I would recommend that he takes the following steps into consideration:

Firstly, I would suggest that your son conducts a study on universities in USA that offer outstanding physics programs and instructors who share the same interests in research as him. Next, he should get in touch with possible advisors to convey his interest and agreement with the objectives of the project. As the next step, your son should customise application documents to the particular prerequisites of each university viz., transcripts, GRE test scores, and statement of purpose. He should also secure compelling letters of recommendation from professors who are well acquainted with him. I would also recommend that your son investigates external fellowships/scholarships as well as fully financed PhD programs. He should practice for possible program interviews. Lastly, I would suggest that he remains adaptable and persistent throughout the application procedure.

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