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B.Tech Engineering Physics Admissions 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

Bachelor of Technology in Engineering Physics


Passionate about studying physics? Want to pursue a career away from hard-core engineering? Willing to pursue an academic or research based program? Then learn here the details of the course B.Tech Engineering Physics. Learn about the eligibility criteria and the prospects in the field.

Course Name: B.Tech Engineering Physics
Group: B.Tech
Stream: Science
Course Category: Physics
Duration: 4 years

Overview


Engineering Physics is more of an academic based program that acts as a bridge between pure science and applied engineering. The subject focuses on finding solutions in engineering through better understanding and analytical application of scientific, engineering and mathematical principles. Engineering Physics offers a multidisciplinary approach spanning disciplines Physics, Mathematics and a range of engineering subjects like Electrical, Mechanical, Computers, etc. It is an appropriate course for those students who have an interest as well as aptitude for both physics and engineering. B.Tech in Engineering Physics is an advanced program that is sought by the some of the brightest students. It is currently available in some of the most reputed institutes like the IITs.

Eligibility and course duration


Pass in 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Math from a recognized university with at least 50% marks. For admission, you need to qualify through entrance tests.

Duration of this undergraduate course is 4 years.



Colleges offering B.Tech Engineering Physics course in India

College NameUniversityState
Ghanashyam Hemlata Institute of Technology and ManagementBiju Patnaik University of TechnologyOdisha
Indian Institute Of TechnologyIndian Institute of Technology DelhiDelhi
National Institute of Technology CalicutNational Institute of TechnologyKerala

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More about the course


This 4 year program provides for a solid foundation in physics, mathematics and in the engineering principles. It provides for a system oriented thinking that helps in gaining problem solving skills and improves upon aspects like creativity, ingenuity, etc. Engineering physics focuses on a number of frontline areas of technology such as solid state devices, nanotechnology, quantum optics, photonics, materials science, micro fabrication, aerodynamics, robotics, artificial intelligence and many others. With a solid background in physics and other disciplines you gain in skill to tackle and find solutions for most engineering problems. Such problem solving skills in engineering physics are very much desired by most engineering organizations specializing in research and development. Most of the cutting edge technologies that are being developed are as a result of such research efforts.

Job opportunities


There are numerous possibilities for an engineering physics graduate. A number of them opt for higher degree programs and aim for a research based career. There are postgraduate programs like M.Sc, M.Tech and PhD, for one to opt. Research & development labs, universities and a number of high-end technology and knowledge based industries provide openings for those suitably trained. Some of the areas you can get employed are telecommunications, photonics, microelectronics, nanotechnology, optoelectronics, nuclear engineering, information systems, fibre optics and so on. In India one can get into organizations like DRDO, ISRO and CSIR. Globally too there’s a demand for professionals who can provide innovative engineering solutions. BEL, Intel, IBM, Texas Instruments, General Electric, Canon are some well-known names.

B.Tech Engineering Physics Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

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