B.Sc. Physics or Bachelor of Science in Physics is an undergraduate 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 the course is three years and the syllabus is divided into six semesters. The degree course is very important and valuable as it is job orienting in nature that opens widespread scopes for the candidates after its completion not only in the educational field but also in many other areas. The course is being offered by many colleges/universities throughout the country.
- Aspiring candidates should have completed the higher secondary examination in science stream from a recognized school board.
- They must have secured good percentage of marks in the physics examination at their 10+2 level.
- They should have problem-solving skills such as an analytical approach to problem-solving, use imagination and creativity to try new approaches to solve challenging problems.
- It is essential that a physicist be proficient with mathematics. You don't have to know everything that's impossible-but you do have to be comfortable with mathematical concepts and how to apply them.
- Second, you should take as much high school and college mathematics as you can reasonably fit into your schedule. Especially, take the entire run of algebra, geometry/trigonometry, and calculus courses available, including Advanced Placement courses if you qualify.
- Those who have teamwork spirit, a habit of working and can work for long hours also can go for the course.
- B.Sc. Physics enables the students to integrate their knowledge with computer science, electronics, chemistry and mathematics. On completion of this course, students will be able to get enough knowledge to excel in educational and in industrial areas.
- Candidates have teaching options both at high school and elementary level. The current shortage of teachers trained in the physical sciences is likely to continue for several years. So, this is a bright area for them.
- They can become meteorologist who must study the causes of particular weather conditions; uses computerized and mathematical models designed to make short and long-range forecasts concerning weather and climate patterns.
- They can also find employment in academic institutions and government research organizations along within industries such as aerospace, engineering, manufacturing, oil and gas, space exploration and telecommunications.
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