M.Sc. - Physics

School of Life & Basic Sciences

Physics is a fundamental natural science. Besides exploring and identifying the basic principles and laws governing the motion, energy, structure and interaction of matter, it also deals with the pertinent questions about today's era of science and technology. Physics labs cover the vast areas of research in mechanics, properties of matter, heat, sound, electricity, magnetism, light, and modern physics.

Key Information

Duration

2 Years

Eligibility

Graduation in any stream of Basic Science with Physics and Mathematics with min. 50%

Selection Procedure

Merit + PI

Scholarship

As per University norms

Industry Internship Programme

As per M.Sc. curriculum, students are required to undergo a six-month industry/ research internship programme, based on which they can submit the dissertation.

Industry Internship programme

As per M.Sc. curriculum, students are required to undergo a six-month industry/ research internship programme, based on which they can submit the dissertation.

Programme Structure

  • Mathematical Physics
  • Classical mechanics
  • Quantum mechanics
  • Solid State Electronics
  • General Physics Laboratory
  • Electronics Lab-I
  • Condensed Matter Physics
  • Advanced Quantum Mechanics
  • Atomic and Molecular Physics
  • Computational Physics and Programming
  • Programming Lab
  • Electronics Lab-II
  • Seminar -I
  • Nuclear and Particle Physics
  • Laser Optics and Spectroscopy
  • Electrodynamics and Plasma Physics
  • Microwave Devices and Communications
  • Microwave and Communication Lab
  • Minor Project
  • Seminar-II
  • Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics
  • Open Elective
  • Major Project (Dissertation./ Thesis)

Career Prospects

  • Positions of scientific officers, scientists in BARC, NPL, IPR, etc.
  • Physics students are also eligible for jobs in Electronics industries.
  • Physics students are also eligible for jobs in Defence Services. 
  • Positions in National Laboratories like NCL, NPL, and DRDO etc.
  • Medical Physicist 
  • Assistant professor after qualifying the CSIR-NET.
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