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Physics is that aspect of science in general that deals with the physical structure of matter which can be living or non-living and different substances interact with each other. Physics is studying anything ranging from small particles (quantum and atomic physics) to studying much bigger machines such as cars and trucks.
The main goal while studying physics is to devise how the universe acts and behaves. To pursue physics in their careers, students go for an undergraduate degree in Physics which is Bachelor of Science in Physics (B.Sc. Physics). It is a three-year degree and includes specialized studies in the area of Physics.
To gain admission into a B.Sc. Physics course, a person needs to meet the eligibility criteria. If the person does not meet the admission criteria, his or her admission can be revoked. The admission criteria for an aspiring student looking to study B.Sc. Physics is:
The student needs to have a minimum percentage of 60% at the Senior Secondary/ 10+2 level.
Entrance Exams for Physics Courses
DUCET- The Dravidian University Common Entrance Test (DUCET) is conducted by the Dravidian University for students to gain admission in their postgraduate courses.
GITAM Admission Test (GITAM GAT) is conducted by the Gandhi Institute of Technology and Management (GITAM) to gain admission into both undergraduate and postgraduate courses
Admissions based on 10+2 result- This is the most popular method of admission in B.Sc. Physics is merit-based admission through the results from Senior Secondary / 10+2. Based on the performance of students in the 10+2, a merit list is prepared and cutoffs are announced.
After completing a Bachelor's degree in Physics, a student can go down any of the three following avenues: -
The student can pursue a Master's degree in Physics. The Master's degree that a student can pursue after doing B.Sc. Physics is mainly M.Sc. Physics and M.Phil. Physics.
The student can take up a job as a research assistant and can go for research in the area of Physics.
Students who are willing to go into the market and look for a job also have a bunch of different job profiles they can look at.
To be eligible for M.Sc. Physics, the candidate must have a minimum percentile of 55% during his or her undergraduate degree and must satisfy all the eligibility criteria required by the B.Sc. Physics. Completing a Master's degree increases the employability of the student by a significant amount.
When we look at international superpower countries such as the USA, the UK, Japan and Germany, we can assess the job opportunities available there in the physics field. These countries provide state of the art cutting edge facilities and inculcation of innovations from time to time.
This means that the professionals working in these facilities would be compensated accordingly. There is a huge scope of Physics abroad and in India, as it is a well-set field and innovations are continually happening.
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When students are taught physics at the Senior Secondary/ 10+2 level, students are taught the subject often clubbed with mathematics and along with other subjects.
When students are taught this course, they are taught more subjects which are more purely linked to physics, a student who is interested in physics will have a great time studying this subject.
These main physics subjects are only touched at the Senior secondary level but are taught quite deeply at the undergraduate level. The subjects taught to students during the duration of this course are: -
Electricity and Magnetism
Waves and Oscillations
Nuclear and Particle Physics
Atomic and Molecular Physics
Quantum Mechanics and its applications
B.Sc. Physics is a very sought after course and opens various career avenues upon completion. Graduates can get jobs as Scientists or Researchers at many leading research facilities such as the Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), they can get job offers from many sectors such as banking and railway. Graduates can also opt to teach and become School teachers or college professors.
Physics is a very vast field and may not be as emerging a field as it was about 25-30 years back, but due to the size of the field and the potential, innovations and trends keep lining up and it makes this field a pretty interesting field.
The various upcoming trends in this field are listed below: -
Usage of Physics in Space- Due to the depletion in the resources of this planet's resources, companies like NASA and SpaceX have taken pole position into space-venturing. Aeronautics is a very significant field in physics, and many future physics graduates and post-graduates will be interested in outer space.
Artificial Intelligence- Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are becoming trending topics since the past couple of years. Although the main part of AI and ML is the coding and the It part but to design the machines, one shall know physics and the machines must be designed efficiently.
Remote vehicles- Remotely driven cars and drones have gained much popularity just over the last couple of years. Physics needs to be known to properly design and maintain the proper functioning of these vehicles.
Physics Job Profile
Some popular Job Profiles for Physics graduates are listed below: -
After completing the course, students can teach physics in high school or give private tuition classes to school children.
Radiologists are expert professionals whose job is to interpret and study various images such as MRI scan, CT Scan and Ultrasound, which are used for medical purposes.
The job of a statistician is to collect statistics and do data analysis on those statistics before presenting them to their respective clients.
Treasury is the surplus funds of a particular institution. Treasury Specialists are people that manage these funds.
Quality Control Manager
Graduates from this field can get hired as Quality Control Managers in industries and laboratories in many industries.
Top Recruiters in Physics
Bachelors of Science in Physics is one of the most popular courses among students after they complete their school. So, there is a considerable amount of demand for such professionals in the market. Many top companies look for professionals in this field, some of these companies are: -
Reliance Industries Limited
Average salary (in Rs.)
Rs. 5 Lakhs p.a. (Approx.)
Rs. 15 Lakhs p.a. (Approx.)
Rs. 5.5 Lakhs p.a. (Approx.)
Rs. 4.5 Lakhs p.a. (Approx.)
Quality Control Manager
Rs. 7.5 Lakhs p.a. (Approx.)
B.Sc. Physics is a very meticulous course and requires a very specific skill set. Students opting to go for B.Sc. in Physics are expected to possess the following skill traits: -
Observational Skills – The students shall be well- informed about his surroundings and his subject using more than one of his senses. He or she should be able to gather information well.
Experimental Skills – Experimental Skills are skills that a person acquires over time testing hypotheses, making assumptions, doing experiments and using scientific theories to do all these.
Avid Learning – Students should have an ever-learning attitude as the field is an ever-growing field, and new research is happening every day. To keep up with this, a person should be an avid learner.
Problem Solving skills – The students willing to pursue this course must be able to solve problems using simple and ad hoc methods. Students should bring something on the table that is outside the box.
B.Sc. in Physics is a three-year course which is divided into six semesters and deals with the complete scientific study of physics as the main subject. The course can be done on the campus or by distance education option via correspondence courses.
Many top universities like the Indira Gandhi Open University (IGNOU) Delhi, Netaji Subhash Open University (NSOU) Kolkata and School of Distance Education and Learning, Jaipur offer correspondence courses in Physics.
The average fee of a B.Sc. Physics course can range from Rs.15,000 per annum to about Rs. 1,00,000 per annum.
To become a data analyst you can enroll in diplomas or certificate courses on the subject. However you will be more employable if you possess a masters degree. You can opt for any of MCA/MSc/MBA/PGDM or even M.Tech. You can choose any of these subjects.
To answer your next question Statistician is a well sought after position especially in the government sector. Check for different state psc, upsc as well as ssc notifications for the same
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To become a data analyst, one must have a bachelors degree in-
What your subjects are, they are a good combination to become a data analyst. As data analyst is a post graduate course, and requires above subjects, you can easily apply for this course and hope to become one !
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Mathematics in involved in NEET in small proportion. But that is required to know for an extra edge of marks in the examination.
This is the maximum you need to clear some tough topics of physics and chemistry.
No question is tough, adding a little mathematics brings the twist. Here the students who this much maths can get ahead of the rest .
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