Programme overview

After earning a postgraduate degree in physics, a candidate may attempt to pursue positions with prestigious and well-known national organisations like the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research Centre, etc. An M.Sc. in Physics is highly sought after in the industries of aerospace and defence, automobiles, information technology and software, railways, nuclear and renewable energy, oil and gas, electronics and telecommunications, and manufacturing. If teaching is your passion, you could apply to public or private universities, polytechnic schools, degree-granting institutions, engineering schools, IITs, etc. The prerequisite for becoming a lecturer at an Indian university is the UGC-NET. A B.Ed. and a M.Sc. in physics open the door to employment in higher secondary schools. After earning a postgraduate degree in physics, she can work as a consultant.

  • 2 Years

    Duration of Program

  • PG

    Level of Study

Key Highlights

Well-qualified and highly experienced faculty members
Placement and Advisory Services
Industrial and educational tours and on-the-job training
Well-versed library
Well-equipped Laboratory

How will you benefit

It provides technical expertise in the desired field.
It offers expert Consultation and security Strategies.
Analyse user requirements and help in problem solving and optimisation
It helps in continuous learning and adaptation.

What will you study

Fundamental study of matter

Quantum optics and laser physics

Solid-state physics and materials science

High-Energy Physics and Nonlinear Optics

  • PO1: To apply knowledge and skill in electronic circuits to cater to the needs of the electronic industry.
  • PO2: To become professionally trained in the areas of electronics, optical communication, nonlinear circuits, materials, and lasers and excel in the research
  • PO3: To learn how to solve second-order differential equations and become familiar with singular points and the Frobenius method.
  • PO4: To grasp the basis of the ensemble approach in statistical mechanics.
  • PO5: To demonstrate the highest standards of ethical conduct, professional actuarial vision, and critical thinking.
  • PO6: To explain and understand statistics and thermodynamics as logical consequences of the postulates of statistical mechanics.
  • PO7: To learn about gradient, divergence, and curl in orthogonal curvilinear matrices, special types of matrices, and their typical applications in physics.
  • PO8: To understand special functions like Gamma/Beta/Delta/Dirac/Bessel/etc. and their interrelationship relations and applications
  • PO9: To study important examples of ideal Bose and Fermi systems and apply the principles of statistical mechanics to selected problems
  • PO10: To learn the fundamentals and applications of Fourier series, Fourier and Laplace transforms, their inverse transforms, etc.
  • PO11: To derive and understand the theory of scattering and its calculation on the basis of scattering cross section, optical theorem, Born and Eikonal approximation, partial wave analysis, etc.
  • PO12: To learn the fundamental differences between classical and quantum statistics and learn about quantum statistical distribution laws and their relation to material science.

  • PSO1: Have a basic knowledge of nuclear size, shape, binding energy, etc., and also the characteristics of nuclear force in detail.
  • PSO2: Understand the basic concepts of physics in classical and quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, electricity, and magnetism.
  • PSO3: Learn to carry out experiments in nuclear physics, condensed matter physics, nanoscience, lasers, and electronics, as well as astrophysics, the general theory of relativity, nonlinear dynamics, and complex systems.
  • PSO4: Gain hands-on experience to implement its applications in the applied fields of electronics.
  • PSO5: Provide hands-on training ground for the brainstorming and develop a critical attitude and logical reasoning to get some innovative outcomes.
  • PSO6: To be able to gain knowledge about various nuclear models and potentials associated with them, Have a wide understanding regarding beta and gamma decay and grasp knowledge about nuclear reactions, fission, and fusion and their characteristics with practical applications.

  • ?This programme fosters analytical skills to address complex challenges.
  • Graduates can pursue careers in industry, applying their physics expertise.
  • They possess skills and knowledge essential for solving real-world problems.
  • The MSc programme also serves as a foundation for further academic pursuits.


  • Mathematical Physics
  • Classical Mechanics
  • Quantum Mechanics I
  • Electronic Devices


Research Analyst
Medical Physicist
Research Scientist
Assistant Professor


Minimum 50%

Bachelors in Science or any other discipline.

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