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M. Sc. Physics

M. Sc. in Physics program is offered by the department of Physics and Materials Science and Engineering (PMSE). The Department of PMSE,established in the year 2001, is engaged in teaching and research. The department has 24 faculty members with rich teaching and research experience in diverse areas of Physics and Materials Science.The department offers M. Tech. program in Materials Science and Engineering and Ph.D. program in Physics and Materials Science and Engineering also and has produced 28 Ph.D. students and has published more than 500 research papers in high impact international journals and conferences.The department has well equipped curricular labs for UG and PG programs and research labs with modern research equipment. There are several funded research projects running in the department. The Ph.D. students graduated from the department have been successful in getting teaching positions in universities and colleges and prestigious international and national post-doctoral fellowship such as Japanese Society of Promotion of Science (JSPS, Japan), Kothari Fellowship of DST, and National Post-doctoral Fellowship of DST. In order to maintain high standards of teaching and research, the department regularly organizes national/ international workshops and conferences.

The course curriculum of M. Sc. Physics is designed with an aim to provide knowledge and skills in physics suitable for a professional career in R&D or doctoral studies in Physics/ Applied Physics, or Engineering. The course curriculum follows choice based credit system (CBCS) with the option of advanced study and training in two specializations: Solid State Physics and Optoelectronics. The curriculum consists of core courses (theory and labs), elective courses and dissertation/ project.

Curriculum Structure - M.Sc Physics 2019-20 onwards -- Click Here

Course Outline - M.Sc Physics 2019-20 onwards -- Click Here