Duration: 2 Years
The Masters Programme in Physics is designed to equip the students with strong fundamentals and enable them to study advanced topics in Physics. In this programme students get adequate exposure to advanced theory courses along with experimental skills through various practical courses and computational labs. Elective courses are also offered in frontier research areas, like Photonics, Microelectronics, Materials Science, Biomaterials, Nuclear Spectroscopy, Industry 4.0, Quantum Computing and Quantum Optics, in the final year of the M. Sc. (Physics) programme. A mini project and a major project work is designed to cater to the research potential of the students through which the students gain experience in handling state-of-the-art and sophisticated research-grade equipment.
- 10+2 years of schooling and 3 years of university (total 15 years) as recognized by SSSIHL
- Either passed or appeared for Final exams at Bachelor’s degree level before Admissions Test. If not appeared for Bachelor’s degree final exams, aggregate marks in all the preceding Years/Semesters put together will be considered
- Candidates with a B.Sc. (Hons.) with Physics as the main subject along with Mathematics and either Chemistry, Statistics, Electronics or Computer Science as additional subjects are eligible to apply
- Candidates with a B.Sc. without Honours: 3-subject combination with Physics, Mathematics and either Chemistry, Statistics, Electronics, or Computer Science are eligible to apply
- Age: preferably below 23 years on 31 May in the year of admission