Course Overview

  • Institute
    SGRR School of Basic and Applied Sciences
  • Duration
    2 years
  • Eligibility          B.Sc. with 45% in case of SC/ST categories as per SGRR University norms.
  • Admission Process On the basis of Entrance Exam /Merit


Physics is the branch of science which is extremely important for laying the foundation of a future scientist and researcher. The study of Physics deals with the properties of matter and their relationship with energy and forces. The study of physics can be divided into classical physics, relativity, and quantum mechanics. Classical physics concerns everyday sizes and velocities. Relativity concerns large objects and high velocities, while quantum mechanics concerns extremely small sizes and distances. Both areas use complex and high-level mathematics.

The Department of Physics is dedicated to impart quality Physics education to studentsby introducing latest curricula based on the present and future needs and our students can take a lead role in basic & application oriented research and development activities in industries and academia in the country.

Fee Structure of Shri Guru Ram Rai University for the Session 2020-2021

Total Course Fee = INR 88,000/-

Admission Fee#5,000   
Acad/Tuition Fee13,50013,50013,50013,500
Other Fees
Development Fee1,5001,5001,5001,500
Enrollment Fee2,000   
University Exam Fee4,0004,0004,0004,000
Security Deposit*5,000   
Total (INR)31,00019,00019,00019,000


  • Uniform Fee Extra
  • Fee subject to revision from time to time.
  • The University without any prejudice reserves the right to change or delete any information without any prior information.

Career Path

A physics degree is a great starting point for a career in scientific research, as well as in a range of careers in the business, finance, IT and in various sectors.

Job opportunities:
Industries employing physicists are varied and include:

 aerospace and defense

 education

 energy and renewable energy

 engineering

 health and medicine

 instrumentation

 manufacturing

 meteorology and climate change

 nanotechnology

 oil and gas

Other Jobs related to Physics include:

 Academic researcher

 Acoustic consultant


 Astronomer

 Clinical scientist, medical physics

 Geophysicist

 Higher education lecturer

 Metallurgist

 Meteorologist

 Nanotechnologist

 Radiation protection practitioner

 Research scientist (physical sciences)

 Secondary school teacher

 Sound engineer

 Technical author


Ans. Earning a degree in physics, provides the students a variety of educational or professional opportunities for future.

Ans. 20 seats in M.Sc. Physics.