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|| 7TH CONVOCATION OF INDUS UNIVERSITY ON 20 OCTOBER, 2022 || Alumni Meet for Indus Alumni Students on 21st October 2022, 6:00 PM onwards || LEARN RECITATION AND MEANING OF श्री मद्भगवद्गीता SHREEMAD BHAGAVADGEETA || INDUS UNIVERSITY INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF PRINCIPAL, AND TEACHING FACULTY FOR DIPLOMA IN PHARMACY (D. PHARM) AND BACHELOR OF PHARMACY (B. PHARM) FOR THE PROPOSED "INDUS INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY AND RESEARCH". THE APPLICATIONS ARE TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE REGISTRAR, INDUS UNIVERSITY. ...Read more || 7TH CONVOCATION OF INDUS UNIVERSITY ON 20 OCTOBER, 2022 || Alumni Meet for Indus Alumni Students on 21st October 2022, 6:00 PM onwards || LEARN RECITATION AND MEANING OF श्री मद्भगवद्गीता SHREEMAD BHAGAVADGEETA || INDUS UNIVERSITY INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF PRINCIPAL, AND TEACHING FACULTY FOR DIPLOMA IN PHARMACY (D. PHARM) AND BACHELOR OF PHARMACY (B. PHARM) FOR THE PROPOSED "INDUS INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY AND RESEARCH". THE APPLICATIONS ARE TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE REGISTRAR, INDUS UNIVERSITY.

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1st YEAR B.TECH, B. Sc., M. Sc., MA(ELT) INDUCTION & STUDENT EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM ON 8 & 9 SEPTEMBER,2022....Read more 1st YEAR B.TECH, B. Sc., M. Sc., MA(ELT) INDUCTION & STUDENT EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM ON 8 & 9 SEPTEMBER,2022.

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|| LEARN RECITATION AND MEANING OF श्री मद्भगवद्गीता SHREEMAD BHAGAVADGEETA || || 7TH CONVOCATION OF INDUS UNIVERSITY on 20 OCTOBER, 2022 || || INDUS UNIVERSITY INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF PRINCIPAL, AND TEACHING FACULTY FOR DIPLOMA IN PHARMACY (D. PHARM) AND BACHELOR OF PHARMACY (B. PHARM) FOR THE PROPOSED "INDUS INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY AND RESEARCH". THE APPLICATIONS ARE TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE REGISTRAR, INDUS UNIVERSITY. ||...Read more || LEARN RECITATION AND MEANING OF श्री मद्भगवद्गीता SHREEMAD BHAGAVADGEETA || || 7TH CONVOCATION OF INDUS UNIVERSITY on 20 OCTOBER, 2022 || || INDUS UNIVERSITY INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF PRINCIPAL, AND TEACHING FACULTY FOR DIPLOMA IN PHARMACY (D. PHARM) AND BACHELOR OF PHARMACY (B. PHARM) FOR THE PROPOSED "INDUS INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY AND RESEARCH". THE APPLICATIONS ARE TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE REGISTRAR, INDUS UNIVERSITY. ||

M.Sc Physics Syllabus

M.Sc Physics

M.Sc in Physics Course Details

M.Sc Physics is a Master of Science in Physics postgraduate programme. It is a postgraduate programme that integrates academic and practical knowledge to give students a comprehensive understanding of physics. M.Sc in Physics course details strives to prepare students to work as research analysts, earn decent earnings, and contribute to India's socio-economic development. There are many career opportunities after finishing a postgraduate program in physics.

M.Sc Physics is a two-year (4 semesters) postgraduate course that deals with matter, materials science, quantum optics, lasers, solid-state physics, high energy physics, nonlinear optics, etc. Master of Science in Physics in India prepares students for a vast range of job opportunities, such as Secondary School Teacher, Technical Writer, Lecturer, Speaker, Physics Teacher - Postsecondary, Embedded Software Engineer, Astronaut, Chartered Physicist, and many more.

M.Sc Physics Course Details

Admission Process

M.Sc Physics admission and eligibility

Programme Outcomes

M.Sc Physics career opportunities

Career Opportunities

Placement opportunities for M.Sc Physics

Placement opportunities

M.Sc Physics labs

Labs Facilities

Admission process

The Admission Committee of Indus University will admit students based on merit. Students need to register themselves by online form – submit the online form.

Students can walk in and get admission to the course after interaction and approval by the admission committee.

Contact for admission related query – director-ishls@indusuni.ac.in

Phone +91 9374979897

Course Duration
2 Years (4 Semesters)

Eligibility
Bachelor of Science (Physics)

Intake
40 Seats

Tuition Fees
Rs. 44,000/- per annum

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Program outcome at Indus university 

Scientific exploration: Capacity to comprehend essential scientific principles, mathematical skills and theories to propose solutions.

Conduct explorations of complicated problems: Operate explorative aptitude and research techniques to analyze and analyze data and synthesize the data to provide valuable decisions.

Principles: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities for societal benefits

Communication: Communicate scientific findings and assimilate, write and deliver effective reports to give and obtain explicit education.

Societal Influence: Develop and apply advanced knowledge of concepts and participate in endurable development.

Individual and teamwork: Perform effectively as a unique member or leader in various teams and multidisciplinary settings.

Life-long learning: Identify the need to organize and engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of approaching scientific evolution.

Research Problem Solving: Command to evaluate current study outcomes objectively.

Labs Facilities

High Computational facilities (which includes a workstation with Matlab software)

The High Computational facilities at Indus have been set up to deliver supercomputing access to university users across the country and expand the ion-solid, nuclear physics, and atomic physics simulation programs at Indus. The facility focuses on computational chemists, physicists, and biologists in the university system, operating in materials science, atomic and molecular physics & chemistry, radiation biology, and nuclear physics.

Computational physics laboratory is primarily concerned with executing numerical calculations and simulations for decoding physical problems. The researchers and students extensively use computers for their practical projects and the internet facility.

Spectrometer for Optics based experiments

These experiments are based on wave and geometrical optics. Some of the experiments are connected to modern optics. We also train students in advanced optical experiments in this lab. The goal of any optical spectrometer is to estimate the interaction (scattering, absorption, reflection) of electromagnetic radiation with a sample (electroluminescence, fluorescence, phosphorescence) of electromagnetic radiation from a sample.

Hall effect setup

The Hall Effect Setup is an essential system for the laboratory. It helps students to study the Hall Effect in semiconductors. It is a necessary observation in material science. It delivers a direct determination of both the sign of the charge carriers, e.g. electron or holes (appendix A), and their density in a given sample.

Laser wavelength through the diffraction grating

The diffraction of classical waves refers to the waves encountering an obstacle that fragments the wave into components that interfere. Interference means that the wave fronts add together to make a new wave significantly different from the original wave.

Traveling microscope

A traveling microscope is an instrument that measures the length with a resolution typically in the order of 0.01mm. The accuracy is such that better-quality instruments have measuring scales made from Invar to avoid misinterpretations due to thermal effects. A Traveling microscope measures the diameters of various objects accurately. It is used in Physics Laboratories for more accurate determination of slight variation in the liquid levels, Manometers, the refractive index of liquids, and surface tension & viscosity experiments.

Electromagnetic experimental setup

This study aims to investigate experimentally the effect of magnetically induced cavitation applied for nanoparticle dispersion in liquid metals. The oscillating magnetic force, the azimuthal induction currents and the axial magnetic field exhilarates power ultrasound in the sample.

Semiconductor diode experimental set up

Experimental data are used to get a plausible model relating the coefficient of voltage drift with temperature, and its validity is then tested.

Ultrasonic Interferometer

The ultrasonic interferometer is a simple device that yields accurate and consistent data to determine the velocity of ultrasonic sound in a liquid medium. Ultrasonic devices are used to detect objects & estimate distances. Ultrasound imaging or sonography is usually used in medicine. In the nondestructive testing of products & structures, ultrasound detects hidden flaws.

Moment of Inertia setup

The moment of inertia (MOI) is one of the mass properties that define an object's stability and the forces required to alter its motion. Knowing the MOI about different axes is vital to determining how a device can hold up to external & internal forces.

CRO experimental setup

A Cathode Ray Oscilloscope (CRO) is used to display, measure and analyze various waveforms of electrical circuits. A cathode-ray oscilloscope is a fast X-Y plotter that can show an input signal versus time or another signal.

Fiber Optics kit

Fiber optics kit plays an important role in present-day automobiles' lighting and safety features. They are widely used in lighting, both in the interior & exterior of vehicles. Because of its capacity to conserve space and deliver superior lighting, fibre optics are used in more cars every day.

Advanced Physics Laboratory equipment includes,

  • Analog and Digital electronics kits
  • G.M. counter experimental kit
  • Vacuum photocell
  • Febry perot interferrometer
  • Quinke’s method
  • Simple Harmonic Oscillator set up
  • Fly wheel
  • e/m apparatus by Thomson’s Method

Career Opportunities

Graduates of the M.Sc Physics program can choose from a wide range of careers. Physics students gain practical and theoretical skills to help them in their careers. Graduates of M.Sc Physics programs are qualified for jobs in top energy companies.

Students who complete this program will add their qualifications, improving their employability. Graduates of this program can work as Probationary Officers, Geophysicists, Scientists/Researchers, Astronaut, and Chartered Physicist. Students who earn M.Sc Physics can work as: 

  • Research Fellow (in reputed Institutes and Universities across the world)
  • Research Scientist
  • Medical Physicists
  • Radiation Physicists
  • Research Associate
  • Online Tutor
  • Physics Training Manager
  • Software Engineer
  • Network Administrator
  • Security Expert
  • Java Developer
  • Content Developer
  • Lecturer or Assistant Professor
  • Laboratory Technician
  • Research Analyst

Placement opportunities

With a comprehensive knowledge of various concepts in Physics, students with M.Sc Physics degrees can find employment in the private and in the Government sector. Jobs are available in research labs, IT fields, the automobile industry and various government-owned Scientific Research and Development Organizations. The teaching profession is also open for these professionals.

Some of the major private companies that have an enormous scope of employment for M.Sc Physics students are:

  • Maruti Udyog
  • Tech Mahindra
  • Infosys
  • Wipro
  • TCS
  • Byjus
  • Schoogle

While in the Government sector-major recruiting organizations are:

  • Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC)
  • Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC)
  • Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL)
  • National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC)
  • Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)
Indus University

Admission Process

Admission process

The Admission Committee of Indus University will admit students based on merit. Students need to register themselves by online form –submit the online form.

Students can walk in and get admission to the course after interaction and approval by the admission committee.

Contact for admission related query – director-ishls@indusuni.ac.in

Phone +91 9374979897

Course Duration
2 Years (4 Semesters)

Eligibility
Bachelor of Science (Physics)

Intake
40 Seats

Tuition Fees
Rs. 44,000/- per annum

Indus University

Programme Outcomes

Program outcome at Indus university 

Scientific exploration: Capacity to comprehend essential scientific principles, mathematical skills and theories to propose solutions.

Conduct explorations of complicated problems: Operate explorative aptitude and research techniques to analyze and analyze data and synthesize the data to provide valuable decisions.

Principles: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities for societal benefits

Communication: Communicate scientific findings and assimilate, write and deliver effective reports to give and obtain explicit education.

Societal Influence: Develop and apply advanced knowledge of concepts and participate in endurable development.

Individual and teamwork: Perform effectively as a unique member or leader in various teams and multidisciplinary settings.

Life-long learning: Identify the need to organize and engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of approaching scientific evolution.

Research Problem Solving: Command to evaluate current study outcomes objectively.

Indus University

Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

Graduates of the M.Sc Physics program can choose from a wide range of careers. Physics students gain practical and theoretical skills to help them in their careers. Graduates of M.Sc Physics programs are qualified for jobs in top energy companies.

Students who complete this program will add their qualifications, improving their employability. Graduates of this program can work as Probationary Officers, Geophysicists, Scientists/Researchers, Astronaut, and Chartered Physicist. Students who earn M.Sc Physics can work as: 

  • Research Fellow (in reputed Institutes and Universities across the world)
  • Research Scientist
  • Medical Physicists
  • Radiation Physicists
  • Research Associate
  • Online Tutor
  • Physics Training Manager
  • Software Engineer
  • Network Administrator
  • Security Expert
  • Java Developer
  • Content Developer
  • Lecturer or Assistant Professor
  • Laboratory Technician
  • Research Analyst
Indus University

Placement opportunities

Placement opportunities

With a comprehensive knowledge of various concepts in Physics, students with M.Sc Physics degrees can find employment in the private and in the Government sector. Jobs are available in research labs, IT fields, the automobile industry and various government-owned Scientific Research and Development Organizations. The teaching profession is also open for these professionals.

Some of the major private companies that have an enormous scope of employment for M.Sc Physics students are:

  • Maruti Udyog
  • Tech Mahindra
  • Infosys
  • Wipro
  • TCS
  • Byjus
  • Schoogle

While in the Government sector-major recruiting organizations are:

  • Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC)
  • Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC)
  • Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL)
  • National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC)
  • Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)
Indus University

Labs Facilities

Labs Facilities

High Computational facilities (which includes a workstation with Matlab software)

The High Computational facilities at Indus have been set up to deliver supercomputing access to university users across the country and expand the ion-solid, nuclear physics, and atomic physics simulation programs at Indus. The facility focuses on computational chemists, physicists, and biologists in the university system, operating in materials science, atomic and molecular physics & chemistry, radiation biology, and nuclear physics.

Computational physics laboratory is primarily concerned with executing numerical calculations and simulations for decoding physical problems. The researchers and students extensively use computers for their practical projects and the internet facility.

Spectrometer for Optics based experiments

These experiments are based on wave and geometrical optics. Some of the experiments are connected to modern optics. We also train students in advanced optical experiments in this lab. The goal of any optical spectrometer is to estimate the interaction (scattering, absorption, reflection) of electromagnetic radiation with a sample (electroluminescence, fluorescence, phosphorescence) of electromagnetic radiation from a sample.

Hall effect setup

The Hall Effect Setup is an essential system for the laboratory. It helps students to study the Hall Effect in semiconductors. It is a necessary observation in material science. It delivers a direct determination of both the sign of the charge carriers, e.g. electron or holes (appendix A), and their density in a given sample.

Laser wavelength through the diffraction grating

The diffraction of classical waves refers to the waves encountering an obstacle that fragments the wave into components that interfere. Interference means that the wave fronts add together to make a new wave significantly different from the original wave.

Traveling microscope

A traveling microscope is an instrument that measures the length with a resolution typically in the order of 0.01mm. The accuracy is such that better-quality instruments have measuring scales made from Invar to avoid misinterpretations due to thermal effects. A Traveling microscope measures the diameters of various objects accurately. It is used in Physics Laboratories for more accurate determination of slight variation in the liquid levels, Manometers, the refractive index of liquids, and surface tension & viscosity experiments.

Electromagnetic experimental setup

This study aims to investigate experimentally the effect of magnetically induced cavitation applied for nanoparticle dispersion in liquid metals. The oscillating magnetic force, the azimuthal induction currents and the axial magnetic field exhilarates power ultrasound in the sample.

Semiconductor diode experimental set up

Experimental data are used to get a plausible model relating the coefficient of voltage drift with temperature, and its validity is then tested.

Ultrasonic Interferometer

The ultrasonic interferometer is a simple device that yields accurate and consistent data to determine the velocity of ultrasonic sound in a liquid medium. Ultrasonic devices are used to detect objects & estimate distances. Ultrasound imaging or sonography is usually used in medicine. In the nondestructive testing of products & structures, ultrasound detects hidden flaws.

Moment of Inertia setup

The moment of inertia (MOI) is one of the mass properties that define an object's stability and the forces required to alter its motion. Knowing the MOI about different axes is vital to determining how a device can hold up to external & internal forces.

CRO experimental setup

A Cathode Ray Oscilloscope (CRO) is used to display, measure and analyze various waveforms of electrical circuits. A cathode-ray oscilloscope is a fast X-Y plotter that can show an input signal versus time or another signal.

Fiber Optics kit

Fiber optics kit plays an important role in present-day automobiles' lighting and safety features. They are widely used in lighting, both in the interior & exterior of vehicles. Because of its capacity to conserve space and deliver superior lighting, fibre optics are used in more cars every day.

Advanced Physics Laboratory equipment includes,

  • Analog and Digital electronics kits
  • G.M. counter experimental kit
  • Vacuum photocell
  • Febry perot interferrometer
  • Quinke’s method
  • Simple Harmonic Oscillator set up
  • Fly wheel
  • e/m apparatus by Thomson’s Method

Activities of the Department

Training & Awareness Program on First Aid & Basic Life Support

‘Healthcare is vital to all of us some of the time, but public health is vital to all of us all the time.’ With this noble intention, Indus University organized Training & Awareness Program on First Aid & Basic Life Support for Teaching/Non-Teaching Staff Members, organized by Mechanical Engineering & Clinical Research Departments in association with K.D. Hospital, Ahmedabad, under Extension Education Cell of the university on 30th October 2021.