Programme overview

After earning an undergraduate or PhD in physics, many physicists work in academic institutions as instructors at the high school, community college, college, and university levels. In the latter, teaching and research are frequently integrated.

  • 3 Years

    Duration of Program


    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

For positions teaching physics in higher education (such as university lecturers), a PhD in physics is required. In order to maintain their commitment to research, many doctorates choose to instruct and mentor students.
A PhD in physics can make you an engineer, chief engineer, or expert in nuclear hardness and survivability.
Structural analysis, aeronautical engineering, etc.
Scientists in their specific area of physics.

What will you study

Research-based PhD in physics

Topics: high-energy, optics, quantum, matter

Strong focus on practical work.

Diverse research opportunities are available.

  • PO1: Learn advanced methodology in the theoretical literature that underpins modern planning and development studies.
  • PO2: Learn research methods ranging from quantitative and deductive methods to qualitative and inductive methods.
  • PO3: We anticipate that these difficulties will increase students' desire to engage in research as well as widen and enhance their skill sets.

  • PSO1: Demonstrate critical understanding, at an advanced level, of up-to-date knowledge and research methodology in a particular field.
  • PSO2: Implement effective academic and personal strategies for carrying out research projects independently and ethically.
  • PSO3: Contribute original knowledge in response to issues in their specialist area.
  • PSO4: Communicate research findings at a diverse range of levels and through a variety of media.

  • PEO1: Essential Mathematical and Scientific Skills
  • PEO2: In order to solve complicated and various problems, students should be able to recognise the relevant universal physical laws.
  • PEO3: Applying the pertinent legal principles to the issue
  • PEO4: Using computational and mathematical methods
  • PEO5:Utilising theoretical, computational, and/or experimental techniques and assessing the constraints imposed by their solutions


  • Theory Paper (Research Methodology)
  • Theory Paper (Elective Subject)
  • Literature Review


Physics professor
Research scientist


Eligibility Criteria

Students should have completed a master's degree in science or an M.Phil. degree in a relevant field.

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