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Ph.D Physics

Aspiring to become a physicist? Eager to pursue a doctoral program in physics and get into some advanced research? Looking forward to a career in research involving one of the fields in physics? Learn here the details of the course PhD in Physics.

Course Name: Ph.D Physics
Stream: Science
Course Category: Physics
Duration: 3 - 5 years


Physics is a very interesting and intriguing subject. Physics also helps us in unraveling the various mysteries that we find surrounding us. Physics has always fascinated engineers and scientists who have been instrumental in finding the numerous physical laws that form the basic foundation for science and engineering. Most of the students who are into studying physics long time do it so because they love the subject and find it compelling them to continue further. So you can look forward to a PhD program in physics if you enjoy it and ready to give years of efforts in unraveling physical laws yet to be deciphered.

Eligibility and course duration

Master’s degree in physics, material science or master of engineering in electrical, mechanical, aerospace, chemical, metallurgical, computer science and other related fields. Admission to the course is through written exams and personal interview.

Duration of the course could last from 3-5 years.

Ph.D Physics 2019 - 2020 Admissions/Application Enquiry


Ph.D Physics - Colleges & Admission Notifications

Find the list of colleges offering Ph.D Physics course. Check out individual college websites to know more about the admission for 2019 - 2020 academic year. You may download the application form and course details from the official college website.

College NameUniversityState
Bearys Institute of TechnologyVisvesvaraya Technological University Karnataka
Gitam Institute Of ScienceGandhi Institute of Technology and ManagementAndhra Pradesh
Gulbarga University,GulbargaGulbarga UniversityKarnataka
Kongunadu Arts and Science CollegeBharathiar UniversityTamil Nadu
Meerut College, MeerutChaudhary Charan Singh University (Meerut University)Uttar Pradesh
National Institute of Technology (NIT) SilcharAssam
Presidency CollegeUniversity of MadrasTamil Nadu
R.p. Gogate Jogalekar College of Arts And Science And R.v Jogalekhar College of CommerceUniversity of MumbaiMaharashtra
Rajaram Shinde College of EngineeringUniversity of MumbaiMaharashtra
Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya College of Arts and ScienceBharathiar UniversityTamil Nadu
Shri Shivaji Science CollegeSant Gadge Baba Amravati UniversityMaharashtra
Siddaganga Institute of TechnologyVisvesvaraya Technological University Karnataka
Sir P P Institute of ScienceMaharaja Krishnakumarsinji Bhavnagar UniversityGujarat
St. Thomas CollegeUniversity of KeralaKerala

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More about PhD Physics

PhD in physics is a worthwhile course for those looking forward to develop expertise in the varied areas of physics. It helps build up greatly your knowledge of the physical world, in developing creativity and focuses mainly on research. While applying for the program you need to submit a research proposal that has to be an original one. On approval from the concerned authorities you get to undertake a full-time research on the topic. The research work is done under the supervision of a guide or a research adviser. Before you graduate from the course you need to clear certain exams and submit a dissertation after the completion of research work. The dissertation has to be defended during a viva-voce. Some of the potential fields in physics in which you can look forward to undertake research projects are astronomy, astrophysics, nuclear physics, particle physics, quantum mechanics, statistical physics and classical electromagnetism.

Career opportunities

With a postgraduate doctoral degree in physics you could look forward to employment in varied work areas concerning research, academics, industries and government positions. You can become a physicist, researcher, developer, scientist or an academician and work in the industries, research and development labs and in universities. You can take up positions in the government as a government servant serving in one of the scientific arms of the government. You can get into the space industry, aviation, nuclear research and in fields such as astronomy and astrophysics. There are some excellent research opportunities especially in the western world.

Ph.D Physics Admissions for 2019 - 2020 Academic Year

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