M.Sc. Physics


Program Outline

  • This PG program in Physics provides opportunity to adopt mathematical problem solving and critical thinking skills which would help to understand scientific data. 
  • The skills like numerical problem-solving, data analysis and the communication of complex ideas enhance the capability of students to understand research at scientific level.
  • This Program covers almost all aspects of classical, quantum, solid state, advanced, condensed matter, and statistical physics along with interdisciplinary subjects as electives.
  • The curriculum of M.Sc. Physics is designed in such a way to promote the students for further research and get employability in India and abroad. 

Eligibility & Admission

  • B.Sc. degree with Physics as one of the optional subjects / B.Sc. (Hons) Physics. 

Key Features

  • Empowerment of research environment by forming interdisciplinary teams.
  • Inculcate scientific approach to cultivate research ideas
  • Activity based learning with student centered approach.
  • Project based learning to capable of handling of research problems individually and in team.
  • Well qualified and experienced faculty with record of international publication and patent.

Career Opportunities

After completion of M.Sc. Physics students can seek their jobs in following sectors

  • Research Analyst
  • Space and Astronomy
  • Healthcare
  • Energy
  • Technology
  • Geophysics and meteorology
  • College Lecturer/ Professor.
  • Banking
  • Business/ Start-up
  • Defense Research and Development Organization

After completion of M.Sc. Physics students can join one of the following research laboratories to persue their Ph. D or become research associates. 

  • Research Analyst
  • Indian Space Research Organization
  • Space Application Centre
  • Atomic Research Centre
  • Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre
  • National Thermal Power Corporation
  • Oil and Natural Gas Corporation
  • Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited
  • National Atmospheric Research Laboratory of Department of Space
  • Physical Research Laboratory
  • Institute of Nuclear Physics
  • Nuclear Science Centre
  • National Geographical Research Institute
  • Regional Research Laboratories
  • National Institute of Science Communication and Information Sources

The Fellowships are also available for the students to peruse their Ph.D. in India or Abroad