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10th May 2011, 07:18 PM
yogita rawat
 
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Will I be eligible for MSc in Physics without having Maths in my combination?


Hi, i just completed my bsc in physics from goa. I want to do my msc in physics but not from goa university. but i dont have maths in my combination which is demanded by most of the reputed universities in india. i dont know whether i will be eligible to answer entrance exam. and even if i crack wil i be accepted?? so please provide me with some suggestions





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28th February 2012, 06:25 PM
potensis
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Default Re: Will I be eligible for MSc in Physics without having Maths in my combination?

As per my knowledge you will not be able to pursue M.sc physics without maths in your B.sc because to pursue M.Sc. course in Physics you must have passed B.Sc. Examination with either of the following combination:-

(a). Physics, Chemistry and Maths
(b). Physics, Maths and Statistics.
(c). Physics, Maths and Geology.
(d). Physics, Maths and Electronics.
(e). Physics, Maths and Computer Science,with 60% or above marks in the aggregate and 60% or above marks in Physics.
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16th June 2012, 12:23 AM
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I have passed b.sc. in geography with 66 percent marks and having math as pass subject. If am i able to read geoinformatics or gis??? plesase tell and suggest the institutions.... I do not want to be a teacher.....
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25th August 2013, 06:35 PM
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will i be eligible for llb after msc physics?
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