A two-year M.Sc. Physics program is designed with intense training in both experimental and theoretical physics. Students can choose from a broad spectrum of elective courses offered at the Department. Opportunities to work alongside experts trains each and every student to a professional level.
Syllabus: MSc Syllabus
Students having bachelors degree in Physics with at least 55% marks in physics can apply for the M.Sc. programme. Students who have passed all the courses except those prescribed for the final year/semester of the bachelors degree may be considered for admission if they are appeared or are appearing for all the examinations in the courses of the final year/semester of the bachelors degree and if they produce at the time of interview the original mark lists of all relevant and previous examinations, the transfer certificate and a certificate from the head of the institution last attended that they have completed the programme of study and appeared or are appearing for all the examinations in the courses of the final year/semester of the qualifying degree and that their resulted are awaited, failing which they will not be permitted to attend the interview. If such students admitted to the M.Sc. course fail to attain the prescribed eligibility for admission before the date of registration for the regular I semester examination, they shall not be permitted to continue the programme and shall be summarily removed from the rolls. These concessions shall not be applicable to students who have failed in their qualifying examination or who have failed to acquire the required percentage of marks and subsequently have appeared for supplementary/improvement examination(s).
Applications are to be made in prescribed application form and in response to a notification for Common Admission Test (CAT) issued by the Cochin University of Science and Technology. Selection will be based on the merit of the applicants as determined through an admission test conducted for Physics subject to satisfying other prescribed eligibility criteria.