Of the total candidates who will receive their PhDs, 128 are from the faculty of science, 53 from social sciences, 40 from arts, and remaining from various other branches. Of the total 343 candidates, 195 male candidates and 148 female candidates will be receiving their PhDs.
The varsity said that only candidates who have passed the examinations between July 2018 and June 2020 will be eligible to receive their PhD degree and PG, MPhil, or PhD gold medals at the convocation.
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