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What are the options available for higher studies after completion of BSc Physics?


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i'm a third year BSc physics student. what are my options for higher studies





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25th December 2010, 12:57 PM
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i'm a third year BSc physics student. what are my options for higher studies
Its better you continue in the same stream. Go ahead with M.Sc(in India or European countries) or MS(abroad like USA etc).

You will definitely have good future.

If you want to pursue M.Sc in India then write exams like GATE and IIT-JAM etc.
Apart from this also prepare for state post graduation admission tests.

If you want to pursue MS in USA then appear for Subjective GRE(Physics) and also for TOEFL/IELTS. This is the right time to start up with your planning ang processing things.

All the Best!




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6th February 2011, 11:10 PM
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Dear friend,

There are quite bright career prospects with physics.

If you are really interested in your subject, then you should do higher studies i.e do the master's degree or M.Sc(Physics).

After that you can do some research works with some specific field of physics like astro physics or space physics, particle physics etc.

To get admission in the top institutes like IITs or NITs ,you have to crack the entrance exam JAM, and based on your rank you can get admission there.

So go for it.. Good luck!!
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Hi,
I want to go for MS Computer Science in US. I have done Bsc Computer Science and have 4 yrs work exp in IT. Am I eligible to apply for MS in US?

My entire exp is in IT . Will my 15 yrs 4 yrs exp suffice for getting an admission for MS Comp Science in United States. If not then can I go for partime 1yr course and then apply for MS in US. Pls guide me.. Awaiting response..
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Hi, i am joined in B.Sc.physics,which is better stream for me to do for pilot training in B.Sc.physics.
can anyone tel about this?
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what i have to do after 12th from science math with 55% ; what is best for me?
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after complition of BE in mechanical .any option to do COMPUTER SCINCE ENG.
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My brother-in-law did Bsc physics in new college.He wants to continue his higher studies. Which profile should he take like MCA, Msc , aero nautics, marine etc.Kindly suggest him with future job oppurtunities

Kindly reply me at [email protected]
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How to do your graduation after 12th in USA?
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how can i get all information abt M TECH... which test i have to passed for it also.. and the dates of that tests also..
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i want to study furthur in engineering field , though i have completed Bsc physics but i have 7 years expierence in technical stream
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which colleges and universities offer m.sc physics (other than m.sc general phy)?
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sir, now i am completing my final year B.sc physics.... so, what should i do after b.sc for higher education.
and what are the best lines except M.sc[phy]?
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after Bsc pysices. which avilable computer course?
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What is the procedure to join the medical physics in isro?
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30th August 2013, 09:24 PM
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what is the option for higher study after bsc physical science?
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30th August 2013, 11:13 PM
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dear candidate

you had done BSC in physics field

if you are passionate about teaching the you can do MSC in physics and can handle the classes up to degree or even masters students..

or you want to do lectureship then you need to crack the CSIR OR ICMR exam

or

you are willing to do research then you had to crack the CSIR OR ICMR OR JNTU OR JNU OR GATE exam

if you cleared the exam,you will be given the passed certificate then across India you can continue your ph.d as JRF i.e junior research fellowship'

or

SIMPLY after degree you can join in labs...

in degree you might be having other 2 subjects along with physics right..then you can also go with that subjects...

it depents on your choice of field you opt and interest..

ou must have subject knowledge then company will need you and pay you back..

no field is small no job is less..every field has its own value..got it

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good luck

thank you
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31st August 2013, 02:09 AM
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Hi friend........

Ater B.Sc Physics if you need to build your career in airline field you need take your post graduation in Physics with electronics.Top IIT by qualifying in Joint admission test for M.Sc examination.

education after B.Sc Physics:

MCA

B.Ed

M.Sc(IT)

MBA

M.Sc CS

M.Sc Chemistry(Industrial)

Job Carrier:

Bachelor of Science degree in Physics provides several job Opportunities for candidate both in the government sector and also in private sector.B.Sc physics graduates can also enter the government jobs through contract for a particular project on temporary basis.

Jobs in Government Sector:

**Indian Forest Services

**Union Public Service Commission

**Staff selection commission

**Indian Defense services etc.

**Public sector Bank

**State PCS

Central Government Jobs after B.Sc. Physics:

**Grade III & Compiler Exam

**Tax Assistant

**Statistical Investigator

**Combined Higher Secondary

**Combined Graduate Level Exam etc.

Public Sector Banking Jobs after B.Sc. Physics:

Candidate with a graduation can start their career is the public Banking sector. Many graduates in physics have entered the banking sector as clerks, probationary officers etc.

All the best.......
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31st August 2013, 08:22 PM
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you are really interested in your subject, then you should do higher studies i.e do the master's degree or M.Sc(Physics).

After that you can do some research works with some specific field of physics like astro physics or space physics, particle physics etc.

To get admission in the top institutes like IITs or NITs ,you have to crack the entrance exam JAM
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my son will complete B.sc in physics so anything he can do which would be equivalent to Engineering.
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Sir/madam I am now in last year of physics I want to give exam in government sector in forestry how I start can u plz give me some guideline.
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Sir, I completed my BSc Physics in 2015 with 63%. Afterwards I didn't opt for my PG. In fact my friends misguided me. They told me to join in any professional course. Then I selected Indian and Foreign Accounting diploma course. I could complete that with good grade. And presently I've been working for a financing company as a field assistant for collecting money from our customers. Now I realize that I could get a better job anyway. Now I want a right direction from you sir.. please kindly help me. It's my humble request.
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