An Overview

B.Sc. in Physics(Hons.) is a 3 year UG program which imparts in-depth knowledge about the fundamentals of physics while familiarizing students with modern concepts such as Quantum Mechanics and relativity, proceeding over to Academic Mechanics , Electrodynamics moving forward with courses like Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, and Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics. This course mainly contains the theory and practical abilities in multiple domains of Physics, both plays very important role to learn this course.

The degree covers both contemporary and classical physics, providing graduates with a solid basis for succeeding study. In current physics, for example, the course emphases on quantum processes and relativity. Electrodynamics, electricity, magnetism, and optics, on the other hand are important subjects in classical physics that provide students with an all-inclusive understanding of the subject. Students can work in a variety of professions after graduation. Because of the rapid growth of technology, there is always room for advancement in the discipline of physics. Students can work as researchers, Data Analyst, professors, technicians, lab assistants, and physicists, among other positions.


To develop undergraduate student with strong competencies in broad fields of Electronics and its applications in a technology-rich, interactive

To develop strong student skills in simulation, data analysis, and interpretation of logic and circuits.

To prepare the students to successfully compete for employment in the fields of Electronics, Manufacturing and Teaching and to offer a wide range of experience in research methods, data analysis and to meet the industrial needs of

To develop experimental skills of students to understand the laws and concepts of Physics.


Scope of BSc. Physics(H) 

A B.Sc. in Physics degree prepares candidates for a wide range of career options. After completing the course, you may pursue job options such as research analyst, teacher and lab assistant. If you pursue further academic engagement through courses like M.Sc. (Master of Science), M.Sc. PhD dual degree or a PhD, you can pursue job roles like lecturer or scientist.

List of various exam options after BSc. Physics for higher studies 

JAM (Joint Admission Test for Masters) for IITs

DUET (Delhi University Entrance Exam) for Delhi University

NEST (National Entrance Screening Test) for NISER (National Institute for Science Education and Research)

JNUEE (Jawaharlal Nehru University Entrance Examination) for JNU

IPU CET (Indraprastha University Common Entrance Test) for IPU

BITSAT (Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test) for BITS

IAT (IISER Aptitude Test) for IISER

Various privates jobs options after BSc. Physics

Lab Technician

Consulting Physicist

Subject matter expert

Statistical Investigator

Technical Assistant

Accelerator Operator

Various government jobs options after BSc. Physics

Radiation Oncologist

Senior Physicist


Can apply for Civil services exam

Can apply for SSB Exam

Can apply for SSC Exam