About the Course
The Bachelor of Science in Physics is a three-year undergraduate programme that teaches the principles of physics such as force, electromagnetic, waves, optics, and so on.
The course necessitates strong reasoning and problem-solving abilities. Some of the country’s major universities offer the course.
Physics is a basic science that attempts to explain how the universe works. Physics advancement is directly proportional to technological advancement.
A physics degree encourages students to build logical thinking, reasoning, and intellectual thinking skills. Physics as a discipline provides access to some of the most intriguing and rewarding occupations in the world. In the following years, overall employment is likely to rise.
Students must have passed their 10+2 examination with a minimum of 50-60% aggregate marks in physics, chemistry, and math/biology as core courses.
While most institutions have no age limit for candidates seeking a B.SC, other colleges require students to be between the ages of 18 and 21 to apply.
The syllabus for all six semesters of BSc in Physics is as follows:
- Semester I
Classical Mechanics and Theory of Relativity
Electricity Magnetism and Electromagnetic Theory
- Semester II
Properties of Matter, Kinetic Theory of Gases
- Semester III
Computer Programming and Thermodynamics
Wave and Optics I
- Semester IV
Wave and Optics II
- Semester V
Quantum and Laser Physics
- Semester VI
Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy
Physics Lab, Solid-state and Nano Physics
- Fibre Optical Physics
- Fluid Physics
- Acoustical Physics
- Molecular Physics
- Nuclear Physics
- Optical Physics
- Plasma Physics
- Materials Physics
- Medical / Health Physics
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