Department of Physics

Academic Programmes

  •  M.Sc. Physics (2 Year)
  •  Syllabus (From 2022-2023 Onwards)
  • The Department of Physics is offering a two year M.Sc. Programme. The eligibility for admission to M.Sc. Programme is B.Sc. degree Physics with Mathematics as one of the allied/ancillary courses and with a minimum 55% marks or 5.5 CGPA. Admission is conducted through open advertisements (during April/May) by the University and students are selected through an entrance test by the Department of Physics.
  •  Ph.D. (Research Programme)
  •  Regulations
  • The Department of Physics is offering Ph. D. programme in frontier topics in the areas of Nonlinear Phenomena and Complex Systems, Bose-Einstein Condensation, Nonlinear Resonances, Crystal Growth and Thin Films, Nanosicence and Nanotechnology, Nonlinear Optics, Nano-Photonics, Superconductivity and Magnetism. The eligibility for admission to Ph.D. Programme is M.Sc. Physics degree with minimum 60% (First Class) marks or equivalence. Candidates interested in pursuing Ph.D. programme (Full-time or Part-time) in the Department of Physics must qualify the Pre-Registration Qualifying Entrance Examination (Written test) conducted by the University. However, the candidates, who have qualified M.Phil./UGC-CSIR/SET examinations, working in the sponsored research projects, and FIP and teacher candidates are exempted from the qualifying entrance examination. Students are free to select their guides and the research field through personal interaction with the faculty members. NET, GATE, JEST or equivalent qualified candidates are preferred in admission. For more details refer university regulations for admission to Ph.D. programmes.

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