MSc Physics

About The Course

M.Sc. Physics or Master of Science in Physics is a postgraduate Physics course. Physics is a natural science that involves the study of matter and its motion through space-time, along with related concepts such as energy and force. More broadly, it is the general analysis of nature, conducted to understand how the universe behaves. The duration of M.Sc. in Physics is mostly of two academic years but it varies from institute to institute. The Bangalore University, Karnataka is providing in two years. The minimum time to complete the course is also two years. The syllabus is divided into two semesters and it is very important one is being offered by many institutes in the country.

More Details About MSc Physics

M.Sc. Physics Eligibility
  • Aspiring students should have passed a Bachelor’s Degree with 50% marks with Physics and Maths or its equivalent.
  • The marks of admission for this course vary from University to University. In various colleges and universities, there is an entrance exam for the admission.
M.Sc. Physics Course Suitability
  • They should have numeracy skills such as using mathematics to find solutions to scientific problems which create mathematical modelling and interpret and present information graphically.
  • One must have practical skills as well like by planning, executing and reporting experiments, using technical equipment and paying attention to detail.
  • They also have communication skill which gives you skills to communicate complex ideas and use technical language correctly.
  • Candidates should be able to write a clear scientific report including theoretical background, experimental description, presentation and analysis of results and interpretation and evaluation.
How is M.Sc. Physic Course Beneficial?
  • As scientists in national laboratories and organizations like BARC, DRDO, SSPL, ISRO, Space Application Centres (SAC), National Atmospheric Research laboratory of department of space, Inter university accelerator centres (IUAC), Indira Gandhi Centre for atomic research (IGCAR) Kalpakkam, Raja Ramanna Centre for advanced Technology (RRCAT) Indore, Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre (VECC) Calcutta, Uranium Corporation of India Limited, Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited, Nuclear fuel complex, Heavy Water Board, Atomic mineral directorate etc.
  • In research institutes such as PRL Ahmedabad, IPR Gandhinagar, IUCAA, Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics Calcutta, ARIES, Uttrakhand, Indian Institute of Geomagnetism, Centre for Liquid Crystal Research (CLCR), UGC DAE CSR.
  • In constituent laboratories and institutes of CSIR like National Physical Laboratory (NPL), National Geophysical Research Institute, Regional Research Laboratories, National Institute of Science, Technology and Development Studies (NISTADS), Institute of Materials and Mineral Technology (IMMT), National Institute of Science Communication and Information Resources (NISCAIR) etc.
  • In agricultural research services also have scopes with soil physics and agricultural physics as specialization.
  • Teaching positions in secondary and higher secondary schools, degree colleges, poly techniques, engineering colleges and state and central universities, prestigious institutions including IITs, IISc. and IISERs.
  • Moreover, the ubiquitous position of physics tutor is always there. Some reputed coaching institutes offer fabulous pay packages.
M.Sc. Physics Employment Areas
  • Medical Content Writing
  • Colleges and Universities
  • Telecommunication Companies
  • Oil and Gas Sector
  • Manufacturing Companies
  • Aerospace and Defence Sector
M.Sc. Physics Job Types
  • Online Tutor
  • Subject Matter Expert
  • Assistant Professor
  • Physics Mentor
  • Lecturer
  • Chemistry/Physics Lab Asst.
  • Content Writer
  • Subject Matter Expert
  • Physics Training Manager
Advance Courses in M.Sc. Physics.
  • M.Phil. (Physics)
  • Ph.D. (Physics)

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