MSc is an honors’ degree of two year course in physics field. Physics is concerned with the relationship between time, matter, space and energy. The graduates are exposed to the topics of quantum and statistical mechanics. The student completing the assignment is awarded 50% marks for the research. Each student is allowed to choose the elective modules for learning towards bright careers.
MSc in Physics is an exciting, interesting and applicable course in the field of science. The course provides basis for research/doctoral studies. The course lays emphasis on classroom lectures, seminars, presentations, research work, practical laboratory training and examination. Students with master’s degree find places in prestigious universities in other countries. The course equips the students for promising careers in different areas of space, health care, technology, communication, education, television etc. The course gives insights into the scientific projects and hands on experience in specialized field of research.
The course content includes classical quantum mechanics, atomic and molecular Physics, equilibrium and non-equilibrium statistical mechanics, electromagnetism, nuclear and particle physics, computer fundamentals, electronics, physics laboratory.
The students can specialize in the areas of astrophysics and cosmology, bio-medical physics, particle physics, chemical physical, quantum mechanics, nanotechnology, laser, nuclear techniques, accelerator physics, space science, or theoretical physics of their choice.
Candidates with post graduation degree with physics and Mathematics find job opportunities in educational institutions, space research organizations, nuclear research center's. Candidates can obtain jobs in private and public sectors in IT field and in companies. The aspirants can opt for career in foreign countries in health care, electronic manufacturing companies. They can also apply for jobs in NASA (National Aeronautics and space Administration). A Physics post graduate can find jobs in ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization) as researchers, scientists, Physicists or Professors.
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