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Physics deals with energy, matter, motion and force. Physics is the branch of science which investigates how things work in the material universe. Physics treats the laws and properties of matter and force acting upon it. Physics is concerned with many interdisciplinary areas of research, such as biophysics and quantum chemistry. Physics apply other areas such as communications, biology, engineering, electronics, geophysics, health, chemistry and transportation.

Physics is the mother of all sciences, engineering and technology, and it is the fundamental foundation for all scientific inventions. Graduates in this field are known as Physicists, Physicists work with Mathematicians, Statistical scientists and engineers, and work in sectors such as the television, telephone radio and Physicists work in experimental physics. Physics teaches you to think and helps to solve problems of the regarding field.


Specialty areas of Physics

Biophysics

Molecular Physics

Fluid Physics

Geophysics

Nuclear Physics

Astrophysics

Astronomy

Optical Physics

Cryogenics

Crystallography

Plasma physics

 

Courses and Eligibility

1.Student must pass higher secondary education or 10+2 with science subjects to get    admission into bachelor’s degree program.

2. B.Sc. Physics (3 Year Course)

3. M.Sc. Physics (2 Year Course)

 

Employment

Physics graduates are employed in government and private organizations, Manufacturing industry, Education, Research, Electronics and communication, Defense, Atomic research organizations and nuclear installations. Graduates work as a Lab Supervisor, Researcher, Technician and Scientists.

 
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