A Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Physics is a degree program that
provides a comprehensive education in the field of physics. The curriculum
of this program is designed as per the latest UGC guidelines of Choice Based
Credit System (CBCS) and National Education Policy (NEP-2020) to meet the
requirements for expertise in the field of Research, Academia and Industry.
A brief overview of what students can expect to learn in this program is as
- Core Physics: You will study the fundamentals of physics, including
mechanics, electromagnetism, thermodynamics, and quantum mechanics.
You will also explore more advanced topics in physics, such as particle
physics and condensed matter physics.
- Mathematical Physics: Physics is a mathematical science, and you will
take courses in calculus, linear algebra, differential equations, and other
areas of mathematics.
- Laboratory Work: Experimental work is a crucial component of a physics
program. You will participate in laboratory work, including data analysis,
computer simulations, and experiments involving electronic circuits, optics,
- Interdisciplinary Courses: Physics is an interdisciplinary field that draws
on mathematics, computer science, and engineering. You will have
opportunities to explore related fields, such as materials science, biophysics,
and environmental science.
- Communication Skills: Physics research is collaborative, and
communication skills are crucial for success. You will learn how to
communicate scientific results through written reports, presentations, and