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Master of Science (Physics)

Course Fee
Exam Fee
4 Semester (2 Years)
Rs. 50,000-/ (Per Year)
Rs. 4,000-/ (Per Year)
6 To 6.5

Programme title is approved under University Grants Commission (UGC) Act 1956.

Master of Science (MSc) in Physics is a postgraduate degree program that provides advanced education and training in the field of physics. It offers students the opportunity to deepen their understanding of the fundamental principles of the physical world, engage in specialized research, and develop advanced analytical and problem-solving skills. 

Science can be defined as a systematic study and investigation of natural phenomena and occurrences by way of observation, theoretical explanation as well as experimentation. A scientific study of any phenomena involves careful observation, formulation of hypotheses, conducting experiments to test and prove the hypotheses and henceforth drawing conclusions that confirm or deny the hypothetical assumption. Such scientific studies help in the formulation of universal laws that help humans to know more about the world we live in and how various natural processes and phenomena occur.

Science is a vast field and concerns almost everything that our eyes can see or cannot see. Everything in the universe can be studied under the field of science.

There was an incredible response received from the youth of the State of Arunachal Pradesh when the University conducted the first INSPIRE Programme for the candidates aspiring to pursue their career in the field of Science. At present the University is offering Bachelor of Science and Master of Science under the Faculty of Science. The science students have the advantage of gaining employment in Pharma sector, which is a high growth sector.

The students pursuing their academics in Science can opt various career options available in fields such as Defense, Para-military, Nursing, Teaching, Information Technology, Engineering, Medical Science, Bioinformatics, Pharmacy etc.

Graduation with Physics or Allied Subject

Financial Assistance :-
Candidates may apply for Fee reimbursement under various Central or State Govt. schemes subject to eligibility conditions and compliance of prescribed terms and conditions of the relevant granting agency.

Career Path :-

Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Physics can lead to a wide range of career opportunities across various sectors due to the strong analytical, problem-solving, and quantitative skills acquired during the program. Here are some potential career paths you can pursue with an MSc in Physics:

Research Scientist: Many MSc graduates in Physics go on to work as research scientists in academia, research institutions, or private companies. They conduct experiments, analyze data, and contribute to advancing knowledge in various areas of physics.

Academic or University Professor: While a Ph.D. is often required for tenure-track positions, a Master's degree can still qualify you to teach at the community college level or as an adjunct instructor at universities. You can also contribute to teaching laboratories and assisting with research projects.

Industrial Research and Development: Physics graduates are sought after in industries such as electronics, telecommunications, aerospace, energy, and materials science. They contribute to product development, innovation, and problem-solving.

Data Scientist/Analyst: The strong quantitative skills acquired in a physics program make graduates well-suited for roles in data science, where they analyze and interpret data to extract insights and support decision-making.

Quantitative Finance: Physics graduates with strong mathematical and analytical skills are valuable in the finance industry for roles involving risk assessment, quantitative modeling, algorithmic trading, and financial analysis.

Patent Examiner: Physics graduates can become patent examiners, evaluating the novelty and inventiveness of new technologies and inventions for intellectual property offices.

Science Communication/Outreach: If you have a talent for explaining complex concepts in simple terms, you could work as a science communicator, journalist, or educator to make scientific knowledge accessible to the public.

Medical Physics: Medical physicists play a critical role in healthcare settings, ensuring the safe and effective use of medical imaging and radiation therapy technologies.

Environmental Science and Renewable Energy: Physics knowledge can be applied to understanding environmental processes, climate change, and renewable energy technologies.

Space and Astrophysics: Physics graduates can work in space agencies, observatories, and research institutions to study celestial bodies, cosmic phenomena, and the universe's origins.

Nanotechnology: Physicists can contribute to the development of new materials and technologies at the nanoscale, with applications in electronics, materials science, and medicine.

Energy and Utilities: Physics graduates can work in the energy sector, analyzing and optimizing energy production, distribution, and consumption.

Government and Regulatory Agencies: Physics graduates can contribute to policy-making, scientific research, and technology assessment in government and regulatory organizations.

These are just a few examples of the diverse career opportunities available to individuals with an MSc in Physics. The specific path you choose will depend on your interests, specialization, skills, and the opportunities in your chosen field or industry.