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BSc Physics Career Option

BSc Physics Career Option

 BSC Physics- Course-the opportunities

BSc Physics career option – There are various option for the science students which can be pursued after 12 science by student beyond NEET and JEE or any other professional course .Pursuing a BSC Physics opens the door for the employment opportunities.
BSC physics is three year undergraduate course. The course demands you to have high reasoning and problem-solving abilities. Not to mention much a degree in physics prepares students to develop logical thinking, reasoning, and intellectual thinking
Percentage required for Admission
It is important to note that for getting admission in good college, the percentage goes little higher. Every universities in India offer this course. During the course you study quantum mechanics, Electromagnetism, optics, calculus semiconductors, waves, statistics, etc. during the course.

 

Before delving into eligibility for admission let us check the areas where after BSC physics has opportunities. It is mentioned below
Jobs after BSc physics
  • Research Associate/Assistant.
  • Space Scientist.
  • Technician.
  • Data Analyst.
  • Lab Supervisor.
  • Actuary.
  • Radiologist.
  • Lecturer/Professor
  • Statistician
  • Radiation Oncologist
  • Physicist
State organizations that employ BSC Physics graduates:
  • Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)
  • Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO)
  • Nuclear Science Centre
  • Research laboratories
  • Research Ins
  • titutes in India
  • Bhaba Atomic Research Centre (BARC)

 

Entrance Tests
  • GSAT exam – Gandhi Institute of Technology and Management University holds this One-hour offline exam to offer admission into BSC physics. 
  • IISER exam- Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research conduct an entrance exam to provide admission to candidates. 
  • BHU-UET- The bananas Hindu university offers admission through an entrance exam for admission into BSC courses. 
  • NEST-Student can also try NEST-Integrated course of 5 years duration. It is an entrance test conducted by NISER
  • IIT Kanpur Integrated degree 
  • IIT Kharagpur 4 year course on BSc

 

Some top colleges for BSC Physics
  • Indian Institute of Science 
  • IGNOU distance learning programme
  • Presidency College, Chennai
  • Miranda House College, New Delhi
  • St Stephen’s College, New Delhi
  • Hindu College, New Delhi
  • Christ University, Bangalore
  • Mount Carmel, Bangalore
  • Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai
  • St. Xavier’s College, Ahmedabad
  • Elphinstone College, Mumba
  • Loyola College, Chennai
  • St Xavier’s, Kolkata
  • Fergusson College, Pune
  • University of Madras
Post-Graduation courses after BSc Physics
You can opt for master’s degree programs or certificate courses that will help you gain expertise in a specialized field of this vast discipline.
Here are the top career options after BSc Physics:
  • MBA in Data Science
  • MBA in Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Education (BEd)
  • PG Diploma in Data Science
  • PG Diploma in Astronomy
  • PG Diploma in Nanotechnology
  • Diploma in Medical Lab Technology 
  • PG Diploma in Community Health Nursing
  • Certificate in Lab Assistant/Technician
  • PG Diploma in Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence
  • MSc in Materials Science and Engineering
  • M. Sc Vacuum Sciences
  • M. Sc Acoustics
  • MSc in Applied Physics
  • MSc in Physics
  • M. Sc Applied Electronics
  • MSc in Atmospheric Science
  • MSc in Nanotechnology
  • MSc in Astronomy/Planetary Science/Astrophysics
  • MSc in Aeronautics
  • Master in Atomic and Molecular Physics
  • MSc in Particle/Nuclear Physics
  • MSc in Geophysics
  • MSc in Molecular Physics
  • MSc in Optical Physics
  • MSc in Medical Physics
  • MSc in Biophysics
Short-term Courses after BSc Physics Other than MSc

 

There are numerous diplomas and paramedical courses for Physics graduates to explore varied specializations by pursuing a short-term course. Here are the best diploma and paramedical courses after BSc Physics:
  • PG Diploma in Data Science
  • PG Diploma in Astronomy
  • PG Diploma in Nanotechnology
  • Diploma in Medical Lab Technology 
  • PG Diploma in Community Health Nursing
  • Certificate in Lab Assistant/Technician
  • Diploma in Operation Theatre Technology (OTT)
  • PG Diploma in Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence
Exams after BSc Physics
When students have completed their degree in BSc Physics, they can opt for other courses and give their entrance exams as well. Here are the major exams after BSc Physics:
  • IIT JAM: This exam is conducted at an all India level. It is conducted by IIT’s. By applying for this exam students can enroll in MSc Physics degree course, a dual degree such as MSc-PhD or an integrated course.
  • TIFR GS: This is a national level entrance test. It is conducted by the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research. Students who have a degree in BSc physics are eligible to appear for this exam and take admission in MSc Physics.
  • JESTJoint Entrance Screening Test or JEST is conducted by the Science and Engineering Research Board. With a good score in the JEST exam, you can get enrolled in integrated courses and PhD courses also.