The minimum qualification for admission to this course is PUC or its equivalent. Those students who pursue the two-year non-degree programme in Philosophy forming part of the Five-Year Cycle 1, degree in Theology (Baccalaureate), are expected to take 120 credits in Obligatory Basic Subjects and Supplementary Obligatory and some subjects from Optional Additional Subjects and Other Optional Philosophical Subjects with approval of the Deans of Philosophy and Theology.
The minimum qualification for admission to this course is PUC or its equivalent and sufficient knowledge of English. The Institute of Philosophy offers a six-semester (3 years) course, leading to Baccalaureate degree in Philosophy (B.Ph.).
The minimum qualification for admission to this course is B.A./B. Com, B.Sc. or its equivalent and sufficient knowledge of English. Any student holding any Baccalaureate degree from any State recognized University, should pass a qualifying written examinations in the respective discipline conducted by the Institute. The Exceptional students are admitted with the privilege of accreditation of 22 credits to Supplementary Obligatory Subjects and 22 credits to Optional Additional Subjects from their previous Baccalaureate degree after conducting a qualifying examination in the respective discipline. The students are expected to complete 110 credit courses in Obligatory Basic Subjects, 10 credit courses in Supplementary Obligatory Subjects, leading to Baccalaureate degree in Philosophy (B.Ph.).
The minimum qualification for admission to the Licentiate in Philosophy (L.Ph.) course is ecclesiastical B.Ph. degree or its equivalent. Any student holding an equivalent certificate should be recognized by ecclesiastical institute and pass a qualifying examination conducted by the Institute. This course comprises of specialized studies and research work in Philosophy. The duration is of four semesters (2 years), at the end of which there will be a comprehensive exam, leading to L.Ph. degree.