The admission in Integrated M.Sc (Physics) is done based on performance in written test mainly in physics of class XII level.
The admission in M.Sc. (Physics) is done based on performance in written test mainly in Physics covering general properties of matter, kinematics, heat and thermodynamics, wave motion, electricity and magnetism, light, modern physics, electronics and measurements) and mathematics covering algebraic equations, differential and integral calculus including limits, vectors, matrices and determinants, elementary differential equations and elementary functions and their graphs. Two separate entrance examinations are conducted for admission in Ph.D. programme – one for Ph.D. (Physics) and another for Ph.D. in Electronics Science.
For admission to the Ph.D. in Physics, there will be a written test and an interview. The material covered in the written test will be based on the typical M.Sc. syllabi of Indian Universities i.e., Classical Mechanics, Relativity, Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics, Electromagnetic Theo¬ry, Quantum Mechanics, Modern Physics, Solid State Physics, Electronics, Complex Numbers and Integration, Matrices, Calculus and Differential Equations. The examination will consist of objective type questions.
The entrance test for admission to Ph.D. in Electronics Science is also based on the syllabi at the M.Sc. level covering basic Physics with emphasis on electromagnetic theory and electronics.
The admission in M.Tech. (IC Technology) is based on GATE score followed by an interview.