B.Sc. Degree in Physics/Applied Physics (Core) of this University or an equivalent degree, with Mathematics as compulsory complementary, having 50% mark or equivalent grade in Part III (Core and Complementary put together) or B.Sc Physics Honours degree with 50% marks or equivalent grade in Physics core and electives put together.
In the case of applicants with triple main/three majors, they should have Physics and Mathematics as two mains/majors and should have minimum 50% marks or equivalent grade, while putting the three mains/majors together. OBC/OEC candidates are eligible for relaxation up to 5%. SC/ST candidates need only to get a pass.
|Syllabus||2019 Admission onwards|
PH1C01 Classical Mechanics (Videos) PH1C02 Mathematical Physics I (Videos) PH1C03 Electrodynamics and Plasma Physics (Videos) PH2C05 Quantum Mechanics I (Videos) PHY2C06 Mathematical Physics II (Videos) PH2C07 Statistical Mechanics (Videos) PH2C08 Computational Physics (Videos) PHY2E02 Computational Techniques and C Programming (Videos) PH3C09 Quantum Mechanics II (Videos) PH3C10 Nuclear & Particle Physics (Videos) PH3C11 Solid State Physics (Videos) PHY3E05 Experimental Techniques (Videos) PH4C12 Spectroscopy (Videos) NET SET By Suhaina Thekkil (Videos)