Pass with 50% (GEN) / 45% (SC/ST) aggregate marks in B.Sc. in PCM/PCB/ZBC or Physics (Hons).
This course tends to give the physics enthusiasts a chance to develop their mathematical, problem solving, communication skills and critical thinking, that helps to interpret rich scientific data and that is always a boon to scientific researchers. This course also covers the basic knowledge of various specializations like nuclear physics, high energy physics, condensed matter physics, astrophysics, cosmology, medicine, mining, geophysics.
M.Sc. in Physics graduate can apply for jobs in public as well as the private sector. Some of the common job profiles are as follows: • Laboratory Technician • School Science Technician or Research Analyst • Assistant Scientist • Physics Training Manager • Software Engineer • Network Administrator. • Online tutor • College lecturer • Assistant Professor • Observation Scientist They can apply for jobs in Aerospace and Defense, Automobile, IT and Software, Railways, Nuclear and Renewable energy, Oil and Gas, Electronics and Telecommunications and the Manufacturing sector. One can be involved in research and development in specialized branches such as elementary particle physics, astrophysics, nuclear physics, biotechnology, biophysics, chemical physics, radio physics etc. You could also be a consultant after completing MSc in Physics. One can also apply to work in some of the crucial national organizations such as Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), BARC, SSPL, Space Application Centres, Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research Centre, Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC), Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) and National Atmospheric Research Laboratory of the Department of Space. If you have a passion for teaching, then you can also apply in government or private colleges and universities, polytechnic institutes, degree colleges etc. An M.Sc. Physics followed by a BEd can assure you a job in higher secondary schools. You can also teach the students as a physics tutor. An average salary in this sector ranges between 3 lakhs to 7 lakhs for entry-level candidates with a regular growth rate of 30 per cent every year.
Duration: 2 years | Total Fees: 70,000 per year