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18th June 2014, 09:23 PM
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Going through engineering way rather science is acceptable for PhD inn Physics


sir,
i am an fyjc student of science stream who would appear for the hsc boards.
i am very passionate of studying physics.. i got a grear intrest in pursuing a phd in physics..
but i dont want to go the bsc way. just because i fear that there are no job opportunities in that and i am no way intrested in teaching. so i want to go the engineering way. i want to get a BE and an ME degree and then go for phd. searching for phd i saw that we need to require a masters degree in physics. so is going the engineering way acceptable.? please guide..!




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28th February 2017, 08:35 PM
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Default Re: Going through engineering way rather science is acceptable for PhD inn Physics

If you want to study only physics, then you shouldn't go for engineering degree because it is not pure physics and other sciences are also involved in it.

For pure physics studies, you should opt for course like B.Sc, M.Sc in Physics and later apply for Ph.D in Physics.
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