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26th June 2012, 08:46 PM
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Difference between MSc Physics and Integrated MSc Phd in Physics


what is the difference between msc physics and integrated msc-phd in physics?




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24th August 2012, 01:44 AM
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what is the difference between msc physics and integrated msc-phd in physics?

The Master of Science [M.Sc] in Physics is a post graduate degree program of two years, where as an integrated M.Sc-Phd in Physics is a dual degree program of 5-6 years. However the eligibility criteria for both the program is same. Candidate must hold a Bachelors Degree in the relevant discipline.

Candidate who are just seeking to pursue Masters Degree program in Physics, look for the M.Sc physics program and candidate who want to further their education in the research field may look for the integrated M.Sc-Phd program in the same.

The structure of the integrated program is such that after successful completion of two years in the program, the candidates are awarded a Masters' Degree, however, one would continue to work for their Phd, advancing the topic of their M.Sc program in the relevant subject.
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i am in 12 now what i will do to become physicist....???
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i am in 12 now what i will do to become physicist....???
HI
well for this
----first of all u will have to achieve simple bsc.degree with PCM
or you can do Physics.. hons. .
----u can also do integrated msc.. from du i.e (bsc+msc)
----1 more option is available for u --- u can prepare for IIT-JAM physics
this test is for ur admission in msc in IITS
--BEST OF LUCK but 1st of all achieve good marks in 12th after that u can do all this
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30th May 2013, 01:39 PM
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M.Sc is a 3 year course. Integrated M.Sc on the other hand is a 5 year program. M.Sc in Physics is suitable for those candidates who are interested for master degree only. Those who are interested for master degree and research can go with integrated M.Sc. There is no need to attend separate selection process for M.Sc and Ph.D in case of integrated M.Sc.
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joint msc phd aau int msc phd me anter hai
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