Physics is a discipline of science that is diverse and all-encompassing, providing answers to fundamental and profound questions about the universe and our existence itself. It studies matter, energy, and motion, covering a wide range of topics such as the structure of the cosmos, mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity, optics, radiation, acoustics, and more. Physics courses often include subjects like nuclear Physics. Physicists and other scientists commonly use Physics to test theories and solve problems.

The Department of Physics takes the lead in introducing innovations in curricula and pedagogy. It offers a variety of job-oriented courses, including Mechanics, Solid State Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Renewable Energy Applications & Practices, among others. These courses prepare students for careers in teaching, research, and the instrumental industry. The pedagogy employed in delivering quality education includes quizzes, extemporaneous speaking, answer writing, comprehensive article analysis, seminars, workshops, expert talks, field visits, presentations, demonstrations, practical sessions, dissertations, and projects, in addition to regular lectures. The department possesses good infrastructure to support various teaching and research initiatives.

Research is a central component embedded in the curricula of different programs. The faculty members embrace the teacher-scholar model and are dedicated to advancing Physics and interdisciplinary sciences by involving students in the research process. Each faculty member actively engages in research and regularly publishes in reputable journals.

In summary, the department’s mission is to foster a world-class teaching environment for undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral research programs, empowering students to tackle challenges presented by academia and the industry. 

Objectives Of The Programme

  1. Understand the fundamental principles and laws that underpin the workings of the natural world and the universe.
  2. Gain insights into the behavior of matter, energy, and forces, enabling us to explain and predict phenomena.
  3. Explore the intricate nature of space, time, and the fundamental structure of the cosmos.
  4. Cultivate analytical thinking, problem-solving skills, and the ability to apply scientific methods to real-world challenges.
  5. Harness the power of Physics to drive technological advancements and create innovative solutions for society’s needs. 

Programme Outcomes

  1. Fundamental Laws: Deep understanding of the governing laws of the universe.
  2. Complex Systems: Ability to analyze and solve intricate problems.
  3. Critical Thinking: Aptitude for logical reasoning across different domains.
  4. Quantitative Skills: Enhanced mathematical abilities for practical applications.
  5. Nature of Matter: Insight into the interactions of matter and energy.
  6. Technological Advancements: Potential for groundbreaking discoveries and advancements.
  7. Scientific Comprehension: Capacity to explain natural phenomena accurately.
  8. Career Opportunities: Gateway to diverse paths in research, engineering, and education. 




A Bachelor of Science (BSc)  is an undergraduate degree program that offers a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental principles governing the natural world. It encompasses diverse areas such as classical mechanics, quantum mechanics, electromagnetism, thermodynamics, and astrophysics. Through theoretical coursework, hands-on experiments, and mathematical modeling, students develop analytical and problem-solving skills. They gain practical laboratory experience and learn to apply scientific principles to real-world phenomena. A BSc in Physics serves as a solid foundation for further studies in physics or related fields, as well as careers in research, academia, technology, engineering, data analysis, finance, and other industries that require strong analytical and quantitative skills.

B.Sc. (Hons & Research ) – Bachelor of Science


The BSc Honours in Physics is an undergraduate program that offers students an in-depth exploration of the fundamental princples. It provides a comprehensive understanding of various areas of Physics, including classical and quantum mechanics, electromagnetism, thermodynamics, astrophysics, and experimental techniques.

Throughout the program, students engage in theoretical study, practical laboratory work, and research projects, developing strong analytical, problem-solving, and mathematical skills. They learn to apply these skills to solve complex problems and gain hands-on experience with experimental methods, data analysis, and scientific inquiry.

The BSc Honours in Physics program prepares students for a wide range of career paths. Graduates can pursue advanced studies in Physics or related disciplines, enter research and development positions in academia or industry, or apply their skills in technology, engineering, finance, data science, and other fields that require a strong analytical foundation.

M.Sc. Course (Master of Science)


MSc Physics is a postgraduate degree program that focuses on the study of the fundamental principles and theories of Physics. It offers an in-depth exploration of various branches of Physics, including classical and quantum mechanics, electromagnetism, thermodynamics, optics, and astrophysics. The program combines theoretical learning, laboratory work, and research projects to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the subject.

During an MSc Physics program, students delve into advanced mathematical concepts, engage in experimental investigations, and develop analytical and problem-solving skills. They learn to apply theoretical principles to real-world scenarios and explore the intricate workings of the universe at both macroscopic and microscopic scales.

Ph.D. in Physics


A PhD in Physics is an advanced academic degree that involves conducting original research in the field of Physics. It requires a deep understanding of fundamental principles and theories, as well as proficiency in experimental techniques and mathematical analysis. Through rigorous study and investigation, PhD students contribute to the knowledge and understanding of the Physical world, pushing the boundaries of scientific exploration. They work closely with faculty advisors and collaborate with other researchers to address complex problems, publish their findings, and present them at conferences. A PhD in Physics represents the pinnacle of scientific expertise and opens up diverse career opportunities in academia, industry, and research institutions.


Academic & Job Prospects for Physicist

  1. Data Analyst: Applying analytical skills to interpret and extract insights from data.
  2. Research and Development Engineer: Innovating new technologies based on Physics principles.
  3. Optics Engineer: Designing and optimizing optical systems for various applications.
  4. Computational Physicist: Utilizing computational methods to solve complex scientific problems.
  5. Technical Consultant: Providing expert advice on Physics-related projects and solutions.
  6. Research Scientist: Conducting cutting-edge experiments to advance scientific knowledge.
  7. Professor of Physics: Teaching and mentoring students in Physics education.
  8. Astrophysicist: Studying celestial objects and phenomena to understand the universe.
  9. Quantum Physicist: Investigating the fundamental nature of matter and energy.
  10. Data Scientist: Analyzing large datasets to extract meaningful insights in Physics. 

Several esteemed institutes provide compelling employment prospects for aspiring Physicist

  1. Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore
  2. Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai
  3. Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Mumbai
  4. Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay
  5. Harish-Chandra Research Institute (HRI), Allahabad
  6. Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics (SINP), Kolkata
  7. Raman Research Institute (RRI), Bangalore
  8. Physical Research Laboratory (PRL), Ahmedabad
  9. Homi Bhabha National Institute (HBNI), Mumbai
  10. Institute for Plasma Research (IPR), Gandhinagar

Some of the main industries offering employment opportunities to Physicist

  1. Research and Development (R&D) Programmes
  2. Aerospace and Defense Industry
  3. Energy Sector (Renewable Energy, Nuclear Power, Oil and Gas)
  4. Technology Companies
  5. Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Industry
  6. Government Research Organizations (NASA, DOE, etc.)
  7. Academia and Education Institutions
  8. Medical Imaging and Healthcare Technology
  9. Financial Services and Quantitative Analysis
  10. Telecommunications Industry


One of the things that I love about physics is the way that it requires you to think deeply about problems. In order to solve a physics problem, you need to be able to break it down into its component parts and think critically about each one. This process of problem-solving is not only useful in physics, but in many other areas of life as well.”

Laxman Dan

The thing that I appreciate about physics is the way that it is constantly evolving. New discoveries and breakthroughs are being made all the time, which means that there is always something new and exciting to learn about. As a physics student, I feel like I am at the forefront of this cutting-edge research and that I am helping to push the boundaries of human knowledge.”

Mayank Agarwal

As a physics student, I have found the subject to be both challenging and incredibly rewarding. Physics is all about understanding the fundamental principles that govern the behavior of the universe. From the smallest particles to the largest galaxies, physics provides us with a framework for understanding the world around us.”

Vikram Patel

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