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7th August 2010, 07:52 AM
Imran pasha
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Career in Physics


I completed bsc final year with the percentage 59. Am interested in physics. Any best future is there for me?





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7th August 2010, 08:27 AM
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i think you should apply for iit jam and do msc in physics from iit,or any other reputed college
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7th August 2010, 09:50 AM
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dear friend
firstly thanks for you have complete bsc with good percentage and in physics various option for you such as isro.if you have a good command in physics then it will join isro.isro is the best option for you.you must be log on www.isro.gov.in
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7th August 2010, 12:09 PM
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dear imran,
you are intersted in physics career.
there is lot of scope with physics.
but it always depends on your interest that in which field you have more command and more interest.you can go in these field as
1 nuclear energy, department of science.
2.
atomic research and development.
3. indian space research organisation.



these are the best choices with physics.
these all are govermental institution. with thiese institutions you will get both name with fame.but for this all you have to face a little tough entrance exam.and you should have little working experience.
for more information of job you can put your resume on jobs sites. tey are available so easily.
they will give all information about the new jobs with great career.
hope you understand well.
with best wishes,
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7th August 2010, 12:37 PM
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You have lot of career opportunities based of Physics.
But to achieve that, you have do atleast M.Sc. and if possible Ph.D. also

Nuclear Physics is one of the specialization in physical science, which is of high demand now. You can work as Scientist, Research Scholar, Specialist,
at various astrophysical centre including ISRO and DRDO

Research in Astronomy or Astro-physics will also fetch you high salary.
You can select from various streams like High-energy physics, Nuclear Physics, Atomic Physics, and more.

NCRA National Centre for Radio Astro-Physics which is located at Pune provides good opportunity for doing Research studies.

If you are ready to invest 5 years and some money, and have sincere dedication towards achieving goal, then you can make wonders.

All the Best.
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7th August 2010, 01:25 PM
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The best way to have a good future in physics is higher studies from IISc, IISERs. There is entrance examination for the admission. There is some integrated program also of 4-5 years duration for both MSc and PhD together. After PhD from there you can get lectureship in any good college/university.
You can appear Natinal Eligibility Test for JRF(Junior research fellowships) after MSC or Phd.
Also, you can opt for teaching (Physics) in coachings for IIT-JEE and Medical if yuor interest in there.
After from that you can appear Civil Services.
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7th August 2010, 01:45 PM
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Hello friend,

You have not mentioned whether you have done B.Sc as general pass course or with physics honors..

Anyway, its very good to know that you are interested to study in physics and you have a good percentage also in graduation.

So what is there for second thought? Just go for the Master's on it from a reputed institute.

There are a number of top colleges offering Master's degree in Physics. In your future you can do the Phd also on special sectors of physics.

Here are the most popular institutes to study M.Sc physics:

Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan,

A.V.S. College of Arts & Science, Periyar University, Tamil Nadu

Sree Krishna College, Calicut University, Kerala

Birla Institute of Technology And Science (bits) Pilani, Hyderabad Campus,

Birla Institute of Technology-Mesra, Andhra Pradesh

Pandit Shambhunath Shukla Govt. P. G. College, Shahdol, Awadhesh Pratap Singh University, Madhya Pradesh

Saha institute of Science and Technology, kolkata

All the best!
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7th August 2010, 01:50 PM
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I may not b able to guide you directly but you may visit educationtimes through counsellor forum (Study India) where the counsellor will guide you properly.
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7th August 2010, 02:47 PM
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HI!

Simple graduates in physics are under-qualified for research and industry jobs. A postgraduate degree with a background in particular specialization will increase your job prospects.

You can find employment in the following field:


As scientists in national laboratories & organizations like BARC, DRDO, SSPL, ISRO, Space Application Centres (SAC) etc.

In research institutes such as PRL Ahmedabad, IPR Gandhinagar, IUCAA, Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics Calcutta, ARIES, Uttrakhand, Indian Institute of Geomagnetism, Centre for Liquid Crystal Research (CLCR), UGC DAE CSR.

In constituent laboratories & institutes of CSIR like National Physical Laboratory (NPL), National Geophysical Research Institute, Regional Research Laboratories, etc.

In agricultural research services with soil physics & agricultural physics as specialization.

Teaching positions in secondary & higher secondary schools, degree colleges, poly techniques, engineering colleges & state and central universities.

Moreover the ubiquitous position of physics tutor is always there. Some reputed coaching institutes offer really fabulous pay packages
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7th August 2010, 03:53 PM
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u can apply for m.sc.. then u hv better scope ahead..
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7th August 2010, 03:54 PM
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hii friend physics is the sujects of research there is a big field career for physics ....you can be a great scientist if you create any history or thing which makes more use in this world.....you all need to do is must work hard for the future.... physics needs imagination and creative mind.........so if you wanna do higher studies in physics you can go till phd... it wil make your future more bright..........

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7th August 2010, 04:10 PM
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dear friend

u have done b.sc in physics which is a brilliant subject. don't worry about your carrier u should study hard.

i will suggest u not to hurry for a job. first complete your master degree .
after it u should go for PHD . after having a complete and depth knowledge u can go in scientific research.

u can research in very interesting and demanding subjects like nuclear physics, space research, relativity and many more.

u can join research centers like BHABHA research center, ISRO, DRDO
and also research centers of abroad.

all the best.
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7th August 2010, 05:17 PM
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First of all i would like to congratulate for completing your B.Sc physics successfully.
As far as the next step is concerned, I would suggest you to go for M.Sc in physics since you have a great interest in doing Physics and after M.Sc you can go for Phd in physics to become a lecturar or proffesor.
You can do specialisation in Nuclear physics,Atomic and molecular physics or space and planetary physics.The demand of these fields are increasing at a very good pace.
Apart from these , you may do specialisation in Atmospheric physics,Instrumentation,astronomy or even sound engineering.
If you have interest in bussiness filed, then you can also go for an MBA.
There are many fields available for you.Go grab these opportunities and best of luck for the future!
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7th August 2010, 05:55 PM
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I completed bsc final year with the percentage 59. Am interested in physics. Any best future is there for me?
Yes Imran you can do career in physics, by taking admission to M.sc in Physics and then P.H.D in same subject if you want to do.
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7th August 2010, 07:06 PM
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I completed bsc final year with the percentage 59. Am interested in physics. Any best future is there for me?
HI FREIND,
you can move on in to the feild of: transport, communication,environment,climate, space, energy,architecture and civil engineering..........
there are many branches like science communicator,laser functioning,scientist,mechanical engineering,renewable energy manager, astrophyscicist,solicitor and so on .......
if you are really intrested in physics then you should have charged satisfying task ofunderstanding how the things work.
for career guider www.physics.org/career
for job seekers www.physicstoday.org/jobs
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7th August 2010, 07:12 PM
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hello dear

see in Physics there have lots of scope for you.


after complition of your BSC you can do given below courses

1.MSC in physics.

2.Btech.

3.MBA.

if you are really interested to work with physics then it will be better to do MSC.

as after doing MSC you can do as a lecturer.

best of luck........
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7th August 2010, 08:06 PM
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Carrier in physics is good such that you can do bsc physics and then do msc in physics and then by doing phd you can become a good teaching professional.
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7th August 2010, 11:20 PM
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Please enroll yourself in MSc course in physics and when you will be in prefinal year start preparation of NET(National Eligibility Test) conducted by both CSIR and UGC.

I am inserting link for NET examination:

http://www.ugc.ac.in/inside/net.html

You will be regarded a lectureship after clearing this test, which is further beneficial for becoming a govt. lecturer.
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7th August 2010, 11:44 PM
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dear,
you completed your B.SC with 59% marks. very good. now there are many different lines in physics.you can make your career in physics by doing M.SC in physics. M.SC in physics is very good option for you if you want to make career in physics.

REGARDS
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8th August 2010, 12:54 AM
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Yes you can ofcourse go for your dream. Try for MSc in Physics specialization. Thats the best thing you can do.

You can even do MBA. But thats irrelevant as you said you like physics so go for it

There is lots of scope in Physics branch. These day in IIT which are called the top institutes, lots of students are opting for this branch seing the future of it.

So dont worry go for it...

best of Luck
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8th August 2010, 03:21 PM
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dear friend,
their are wide scope in physics.after completing your graduation(B.Sc) in physics as your honors and then after do your master degree M.Sc and then go for P.hd.you can also apply for research work at research centre or you can be the physics lecturer .
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8th August 2010, 06:03 PM
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I completed bsc final year with the percentage 59. Am interested in physics. Any best future is there for me?
there is very bright future after graduation in physics, you can apply for UCIL(uranium corporation of india limited) or you can appear for exams conducted by DAE(department of atomic energy) & can go in research field.
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8th August 2010, 11:35 PM
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from defence to it sector,from factories to machienry,you are eligible to work for many fields.
in this world,no one hands over something,you should try oppurtunities but physics as a subject is very good.
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9th August 2010, 12:56 PM
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I completed bsc final year with the percentage 59. Am interested in physics. Any best future is there for me?
as i already explained to one, there are very bright future in physics, in india there are many places where you can find a need of physics lecture. insted of this if you are interested in research field in nuclear physics you can go to DAE(department of atomic energy). its the only department of india which conducts all the nuclear research of india & also test the Uranium mined through UCIL mines--jadugora, narwapahar....
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9th August 2010, 04:26 PM
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dear frnd,there are lot of opportunities after graduation or master degree.you can go either in teaching profession or do reaserch.
all d best..
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23rd August 2010, 03:46 PM
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Dear friend

The best option for you will be to go for MSc in Physics

after that you can go for PHD in physics

after that you can do your own research and become a professor

in the subject
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25th August 2010, 12:00 AM
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dear friend,

it is good to build your career in physics.. for that you have to go for Msc after completion of your Bsc. which will help you in gathering further knowledge..

you can go for Phd, after your Msc.. which will help you in doing research on nuclear physics, Astro physics .. etc..

you can apply for jobs in 1.nuclear energy department of science.

2.atomic research and development.

3. Indian space research organization.

these are the best field for you ....

you have to appear in some tough entrance exam to get in these type of organization..

so, there is higher prospect in future, you have to work hard in that field..

all the best.
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1st October 2010, 08:40 PM
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Thank you so much sir. I'll try my level best.............................................. ...
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5th October 2010, 10:38 PM
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dear friend

if you want to do higher study then you can do M.sc in physics
after complete M.sc then can do M.tech after given qualifying exam
or you can do P.hd in physics
otherwise after B.sc you can do MBA after qualifying CAT or MAT like
this type of exam

after that you can do job in companies or institute

as you wish
have a good day
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6th October 2010, 05:00 PM
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after bcs you can join many courses like you can do msc or you can also join b.tech.
you can do better in b.tech as you are interested in physics so go for b.tech you will get admission in 2nd year
these are the name of some universities which offerce b.tech for bsc holders
UPTU
RPTU
DU
AIEEE
etc
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Listen, I suggest u continue physics only if u really have the drive and determination. You must be ready for a lot of hard work and sacrifice. You will need to work many years without much pay before you can reap the benefits. So dont go into physics thinking it will give u a very good career and lots of money. Only continue if u truely love the subject. After b.sc you can apply to state universities for an m.sc. DU and CU are the best. You can also give JAM exam for getting into the iits. You can also apply to prestigious research colleges like TIFR, IISc, HRI etc for an integrated PhD but that would require a lot of preperation. If u want a job quickly and more money in the future i suggest goin for a b.tech or an mba.
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what diff. between the simple B.Sc.(PCM) & B.Sc. (honors).
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13th November 2010, 08:05 AM
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In ordinary B.Sc(PCM) you study theses subjects with equal weightage of marks. We ususally name it as passcourse.This is suitable if you simply want a B.Sc degree to persue some other course later for which graduation is essential. If you take up honours in a particular subject say for instance Physics then the syllabus of that subject will be at a higher level than ordinary pass course.With this you hav to take two pass course subjects which can be Chem and Maths. The syllabus for these two will be at the level of pass subjects.The total marks for hons course will be more than the pass course. For doing M.sc having a honours degree is almost essential because without it is virtually impossible to get admission.My advice to my students has always been to take up a hons course which keeps a lot of option open. Your class in final B.Sc exam depends on marks obtained in hons subject but it is essential to get at least pass marks in other two subjects.
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you should go for IIT JAM exam for M.Sc. or you can appear in the entrance exam of M.Sc. in Delhi University., JNU, Jamia Milia Islamia University, BHU AMU, etc.
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any classroom classes where available in india for iitjam
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9th December 2010, 10:08 PM
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You can try for IIT JAM or you can appear JEST(joint entrance screening test).
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9th December 2010, 10:46 PM
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I completed bsc final year with the percentage 59. Am interested in physics. Any best future is there for me?
Dear friend,
I will suggest you to go for M.sc and after that you should go for Phd...
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9th December 2010, 11:15 PM
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Hello dear

as you are interested in physics it is really good there are lot of scops are there but to make your dreams first complete your MSC in physics itself after that you may go for some good institutes like IISC ,IISER, ISI to complete either MS in physics or PHD in physics .

area where you have good opportunity are Nuclear Powers, ISRO, teaching jobs,power plants etc

all the best for your future
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i am in bsc physics honours.i am in 2nd year now.i want to join astronomy field.i want to join isro.
can u please guide me?
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I'm completed B.Sc(pmc) with 55%.
I'm interested in physics. Plz tell me the best courses & best colleges in india
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I am doing M.Sc Physics now.After completing Ph.d in Physics how can i get a career in research institutions.
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what can i do after my B.sc physics
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after qualifing net from physics can i elegble for scholarship if yes then what will it
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Career Options In Physics

Physics is fundamental and foundation for all scientific inventions so it has wide range of Career opportunities. So developing a career, as a physics graduate, students can have the benefit of multiple choices as specified:

Can become a scientist
Can Opt for work that involves science outside the laboratory
Can consider offers from the broad range of employers, who are keen to recruit to do something quite different in the Physics related field.

Physicists are the most fundamental of scientists, for they examine the basic laws of nature. A physicist's job can be broadly classified into two major categories.

An experimentalist
A theoretician

This section of coachingindians.com tries to facilitate the Aspirants with some helpful ad handy information about the career related to Physics.

The Career in Physics basically offers two options, the professional option and the applied option, for students pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in physics.

Physics as professional option: The professional option is intended for students who, usually after graduate study, expect to become physicists in industrial or government research and development laboratories, or in teaching institutions.

Physics as applied option: The applied option is intended for students who plan to pursue a technical career in physics or other technical areas, usually without further study. The general option is a flexible liberal arts program with physics as a major component for students who do not necessarily wish to become physicists.

Almost all the above mentioned career options come with higher educational degrees such as Master's Degrees, Doctorates which are essential for college and university teaching and research, upper level research positions in the Government / industry, and higher administrative positions.

Those with bachelor's degrees may work in applied research and development as research assistants or in design, administration or engineering. Physics People often apply their predictions and theories to other fields - chemistry, biology, geophysics, engineering, communication, transportation, electronics and health.

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I am from delhi and i dont know which entrance exam i have to give so i get course of space science and which can help me to get in nasa ?
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I completed my M.Sc physics. Now i am doing M.Tech (solid sate technology) in IIT.can i get a chance for phd or job in ISRO.for that what i have to do?
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Icompleted M.Sc physics.Now i am doing M.Tech(solid state technology)in IIT.Can i eligible for p.hd in ISRO.FOR that what i have to do?
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I completed bsc final year with the percentage 59. Am interested in physics. Any best future is there for me?
The scope of physics is very high now a days, just because all invention and scientist work done with the help of physics. Physics is totally based on mentally subject. and can also become professor of physics after getting more knowledge in the field of physics.
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15th October 2011, 10:42 PM
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dear ,
you are intersted in physics career.
there is lot of scope with physics.
but it always depends on your interest that in which field you have more command and more interest.you can go in these field as
1 nuclear energy, department of science.
2.
atomic research and development.
3. indian space research organisation.



these are the best choices with physics.
these all are govermental institution. with thiese institutions you will get both name with fame.but for this all you have to face a little tough entrance exam.and you should have little working experience.
for more information of job you can put your resume on jobs sites. tey are available so easily.
they will give all information about the new jobs with great career.
hope you understand well.
with best wishes,
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15th October 2011, 11:40 PM
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Hi dear,
You have not mentioned whether you have done B.Sc as general pass course or with physics honors..

Anyway, its very good to know that you are interested to study in physics and you have a good percentage also in graduation.

So what is there for second thought? Just go for the Master's on it from a reputed institute.

There are a number of top colleges offering Master's degree in Physics. In your future you can do the Phd also on special sectors of physics.

Here are the most popular institutes to study M.Sc physics:

Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan,

A.V.S. College of Arts & Science, Periyar University, Tamil Nadu

Sree Krishna College, Calicut University, Kerala

Birla Institute of Technology And Science (bits) Pilani, Hyderabad Campus,

Birla Institute of Technology-Mesra, Andhra Pradesh

Pandit Shambhunath Shukla Govt. P. G. College, Shahdol, Awadhesh Pratap Singh University, Madhya Pradesh

Saha institute of Science and Technology, kolkata



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