Fee structure of B. Sc. Physics (Hons)


Bachelor of Science in Physics is a three year undergraduate course, leading to the Bachelor’s degree in Physics. Physicists are in great demand in government as well as private projects including research and development. The most lucrative areas for students studying Physics is in organizations like ISRO, and DRDO. Further students of Physics are required in major research areas all over the world, which includes Nuclear energy generation, geology, archeology and many more. There are various universities providing with the B.Sc. in Physics course.

The fee structure to do the course is more or less the same in most of the universities funded by UGC and are a nominal amount; however it is on a bit higher side with some autonomous and private colleges. Some of the top colleges and universities in India have the following fee structures.

In order to study in the University of Calcutta one needs to shell a nominal amount of Rs. 700 INR as the Tuition fee and Rs. 200 as the library fee per annum. The Presidency University charges a fee of Rs. 1500 and the St. Xaviers College has a fee structure worth Rs. 5500 including the library and alumni expenses.

With the University of Delhi charging a bit more than University of Calcutta, but it is still on the nominal side only with just Rs. 2,500 per annum as the Tuition fees, and Rs. 200 extra as the library fee. Other charges vary according to institutes, but they should not violate UGC guidelines.

The Mumbai University, charges a fee of Rs. 27,00 annually for the course B.Sc. in Physics however it is exclusive of a library fee of Rs. 500 which is also paid annually, and the annual Alumni fund of the University worth Rs. 500.

It is somewhere in the higher side with Private Universities like Amity, it can come to around Rs. 25,000 per semester, but these universities provide placements with top companies, and organizations. Further a research project internship is provided to each student, to justify the high fees.



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5 Responses to “Fee structure of B. Sc. Physics (Hons)”

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    Sushavan Bhakta:

    Sir will i get admission in B.sc 2nd year on physics honourse at your college ? And then what will be the criteria ? Sir please tell me

  2. 4
    Debasish Mishra:

    sir, plesekindly give me the details of thefee structure for B.Sc(major) in physics for taking admission in 2012.

  3. 3
    Soumya mukherjee:

    Sir i read in ramakrishna mission residential college narendrapur(autonomus).i want to do btech in radio physics and electronics from rajabajar after my bsc (physics hons).what is the criteria to take admission?is there any selection test ?

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    mahammed hasan ansari:

    I wont to take addmission in Tybsc physics in this year. Tell me what is the last date to take addmission in Tybsc physics. when i can join the class.

  5. 1

    how to get admission in du campus in ba(hons) in psychology and olso the fee structure……..plzz