Bachelor of Science (Honours) - B. Sc. (Hons.) - Physics
The Programme unfolds a fascinating journey from exploring the minutest particles within an atom's nucleus to understanding the grandeur of galaxies with billions of stars. Students are drawn to Physics for its excitement and intellectual stimulation, and the subject offers a vast spectrum of career options encompassing academia, industry, and finance. Physics education equips individuals with a unique perspective for tackling real-world problems, making them highly valued by employers. Possessing a Physics degree signals to prospective employers that individuals are well-equipped with the background, knowledge, and determination to excel in various scientific and technical fields. Career opportunities span Radiation Physics, Biophysics, Materials Science, Chemical Physics, Computer Science, Data Analysis, Geophysics, Mathematics, Medicine, and Teaching.
The programme is meticulously crafted to provide students with a robust foundation for emerging as future physicists. Beyond the broad syllabus, interested students can explore diverse areas, gaining exposure to fundamental Physics courses and elective courses in Condensed Matter Physics, Materials Science, Optics, Nuclear Physics, Particle Physics, and Astrophysics. The programme also nurtures interdisciplinary expertise by incorporating a strong foundation in Mathematics and Computer Science. With a pedagogy blending classroom lectures, experiential learning, extensive laboratory courses, and tutorials, the programme prepares students for a holistic understanding of Physics, fostering a spirit of inquiry and discovery.
Four Years / Eight Semesters
Commence of the course
Mode of Study
10+2 from recognized Board / Council with minimum 50% aggregate marks with Physics / Mathematics / Chemistry as a compulsory subjects.
A relaxation of 5% marks or its equivalent grade may be allowed for those belonging to SC / ST / OBC (non-creamy layer) / Differently Abled.
Comprehensive Theoretical and Experimental Physics curriculum.
Practical application of skills to solve real-world challenges.
Access to top-tier facilities and engaging classroom activities.
Utilization of advanced digital learning platforms.
Industry collaborations for practical exposure and industry relevance.
Dedicated career counseling and support tailored for professional goals.
Opportunities for active involvement in hands-on research projects.
Rigorous training specifically designed for competitive exams (JAM and JEST).
Upon completing a B. Sc. in Physics, graduates can pursue various career paths, including higher education with master's programs or integrated Ph.D. programmes, entering the field of teaching, or specializing as Data Scientists. Other opportunities include roles as Research Assistants, Scientific Assistants, and Lab Technicians, contributing to experimental and research endeavors. For those interested in medical applications, a B. Sc. in Physics can also lead to becoming a Radiologist. The broad range of options demonstrates the versatility of a B. Sc. in Physics, offering pathways into academia, research, technology, and healthcare.