Under Graduate Programs
B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics
About the program: Studying physics can help to develop a range of skills that can be applied in many areas, both scientific and non-technical. These skills include:
Problem solving using various analytical approach.
Reasoning - constructing logical arguments, applying analytical skills and complex problems.
Numeracy - skills in using mathematics to find solutions to problems, mathematical modelling and graphical information.
Practical skills - planning, executing and reporting experiments. Information and communication technology (ICT) - including specialist software packages and some programming
- Duration - 3 years
XII with Science with minimum 50% marks.
Can pursue masters from IIT by cracking IITJAM or from any other university on Physics and earn a Ph.D later on. Can also do Integrated Ph.D by applying and getting a good rank in JEST, TIFR and IISER etc. Can pursue M.Tech by cracking GATE. After M.Tech you can get placed in some PSUs or some reputed MNCs. Can further pursue in MSc in other subjects like Biophysics, Radio Physics, Geophysics, Instrumentation etc. Ex – M.Sc Tech in Geophysics
Post Graduate Programs
M.Sc. in Physics
M.Sc in physics will cover a wide range of topics in physics with an element of specialization in the research activities within the department, such as condensed matter physics, Nuclear Physics, Electronics, Computational Physics. The programme will enable physics graduates to explore advanced physics topics and to specialize in a selected area by undertaking a significant piece of research work for their dissertation.
Mathematical Physics, Classical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, Statistical Physics, Electromagnetic Theory, Electronics, Condensed Matter Physics, Atomic and Molecular Physics, Nuclear and Particle Physics, Computer applications in Physics.
B.Sc (Hons in Physics)/B.Sc with Physics as one of the subjects with a minimum of 50% marks aggregate.
Master graduates go on to take research degrees, or take up employment in a range of industries in roles such as material science, computer programming, teaching and research.