Department of Physics


Dept. data last updated on :10/05/2024


Ph.D. programme


Nuclear Physics, High Energy Physics, Atomic and Molecular Physics, Condensed Matter Physics, Astrophysics, Photonics and Non Linear Dynamics


As per the UGC guidelines and availability of seats, each year


Master’s Degree or its equivalent, recognized by the University in Physics with not less than an aggregate of 55% marks or its equivalent grade ‘B’ in the UGC 7 point scale (or an equivalent overall average grade point wherever grading system is followed),

Note: The candidate should also had obtained the Bachelor’s Degree or its equivalent recognized by the University with not less than an aggregate of 50% marks or its equivalent grade ‘B’ in the UGC 7 point scale (or an equivalent overall average grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed), subject to any further requirements for eligibility that may be laid down by the University from time to time

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University/ Institute Assistant Professor, Post Doctoral Fellow, Industrial R&D Lab Professionals, Scientist , Start-ups Mentors, Academic Counselor, Teaching Positions, Data Analyst


The mission of the Ph.D. (Physics) programme is to educate post graduate students of Physics to built careers in academia, government agencies and industries. The main objectives of Ph.D. programme are: 

(i) To encourage students to experience research in close relation to various scientific development in the area of physics and apply them to find the applications. 

(ii) To engage students in various disciplines of Physics and to bring them to a baseline that will allow them to conduct translational research from conceptual design. 

(iii) To provide research and educational opportunities in solving complex problems related to Physics.


Comprehensive understanding: To provide education that leads to comprehensive understanding of the principles and practices of Physics.

Scientific communication: To ensure effective oral and written communication of students with physicists and working professionals.

Innovation: To encourage and guide research scholars to come up with newfangled and innovative ideas and their effective outcomes.

Professional development: To produce conscientious physicist that can work within the interdisciplinary framework of Physics and allied areas.

Information and technology Skills: To enhance information and technological skills with emphasis on updated scientific literature.

Theoretical and Experimental skills: To provide thorough insight in theoretical and experimental skills of Physics.

Critical thinking: To empower research scholars with the ability to think and solve complex problems in the field of Physics.

Socio-economic development: To encourage research scholars to pursue their research by considering the interest and benefits of socio-economic aspects, needs and goals of the society and state.