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It has particularly been designed to impart knowledge of the fundamental principles of several branches of physics with necessary mathematical and experimental orchestration. The program proposes to tutor a future generation of physicists with specialization in high energy physics, condensed matter physics, astrophysics, cosmology, medicine, mining, geophysics or other such frontiers of research-oriented modern physics. Still, the basic nature and prime focus of the program has been preserved. It is indeed a versatile degree that offers an optimal balance between a defined sequence of study and flexible elective options to the students. 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 program 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, Particle Physics, Computer applications in Physics.
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.
Eligibility – B.Sc (Hons in Physics)/B.Sc with a minimum of 50% marks aggregate
Course Fees – Rs.30,000 per semester