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msc physics colleges in Maharashtra | admission for msc physics

Fascinating and captivating, the world of physics is a brilliant appeal to all students who are passionate about principles of energy, matter and motion. Students possessing a master’s degree in physics are often considered good candidates for specific job functions across industries. Their skills of precision, number crunching and attention to detail are highly valued.

Having a masters degree, adds credible value to the individual profile of the student as well as that of the prospective employer. It implies that you have extra knowledge on the subject and more to offer. Students who are looking to build a base of good physics foundation should complete their masters from a good university.

One such institute is Sandip University, which has a specific Physics department offering a two year resident course for a Master in Physics. Interested students get taught by both resident and visiting faculty on various aspects of physics over the course. There is also is a fully equipped physics lab with all the learning aids that will allow a student to successfully complete his practical studies.

Our goal is to build a sound foundation of physics in the student which he can use as a platform to explore further career paths. With our large campus, you will find not just a novel abode for learning physics but other excellent opportunities and events that can only be found at Sandip University.

Eligibility Graduation from respective stream or equivalent course or in from any recognized University with minimum 50% marks for general (open) category and 45% marks for students of SC and ST category.
Duration 2 years

1st Year Fee : Rs 45000 per annum

Hostel Fee Rs. 65000 per annum + 5000 security deposit.

Please note fees for (examination, eligibility, sports etc.) will be charged extra,

Ist Semester IInd Semester
• Mathematical Physics • Quantum Mechanics
• Classical Mechanics • Electronics - I
• Solid State Physics • Numerical Methods
• Electrodynamics • Statistical Mechanics
• Laboratory — I • Laboratory — III
• Laboratory - II • Laboratory - IV
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