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Master of Science in Physics (MSc Physics)

Welcome to the MSc Physics programme offered by our department! We are proud to announce that our Physics department has been upgraded as a PG Department with the introduction of the MSc Physics course in the academic year 2018-19. This two-year course is divided into four semesters and aims to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the core concepts in Physics.

In addition to the core papers, we offer Materials Science and Modern Optics as elective papers, allowing students to specialize in specific areas of interest. We have established advanced experimental setups and computational physics facilities in our MSc Physics labs to facilitate the practical learning experience of our students.

The department also provides opportunities for both experimental and theoretical projects, guided by our experienced faculty members. Our faculty members specialize in various fields such as Materials Science, Quantum Optics, Quantum Information, Nonlinear Dynamics, and Nuclear Physics, providing our students with a diverse range of research areas to choose from.

Our MSc Physics programme is designed to equip students with analytical, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills, preparing them for a successful career in research, academia, or industry. Join us to explore the fascinating world of Physics and unlock your potential to contribute to cutting-edge research in the field.



The eligibility for M.Sc Physics course is that the candidates must have passed B.Sc in Physics from a recognised university. Admission procedure commences based on the notification published by University of Calicut via University admission portal. The sanctioned strength in M.Sc Physics is 10.


Career Prospective

Assistant Professor, Scientist, Research Assistant/officer, Data scientist, Medical Physicist etc.


Syllabus and Regulation

Scheme and Syllabus of M.Sc Physics Programme w.e.f 2020 Admission onwards -Prepared as per Outcome Based Education – Implemented- Subject to ratification by the Academic Council – Orders Issued. Download