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M.Sc. in Physics is a course which focus on both theoretical and practical aspects. Candidates who will pursue for masters can get lots of career opportunities in public as well as in private sector.
After completion of M.Sc. Following will be the career opportunities for the aspirants:
Career om Energy Plants, automobile industries.
Career in Scientific Research and Development Organizations like DRDO, BARC, ISRO etc.
Civil services like IAS, IFS and IPS.
Govt Jobs.
Career in Abroad
So, these were the best areas for the aspirants who completes their post-graduation in Physics.
For pursuing masters in India, candidates need to appear in entrance exams like IIT JAM, JEST, GATE, NEST and others.
You must go for IIT JAM Entrance Exam. IIT JAM (Joint Admission Test for M.Sc.) is one of the most reputed institute in India through which candidate gets the admission In IITs (Indian Institute of Technology) and IISc (Indian Institute of Science).
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New post 08 Feb 2018, 03:30
Physics is a very good subject to read, no doubt about that. However there are few things that one must keep in mind before pursuing a higher degree in Physics, such as masters degree.

Choose the university wisely, there are numerous universities in India providing Msc Degrees in natural sciences subjects. But it is advisable to choose your university after evaluating factors like, alumni, faculty, laboratory, placements, research papers etc. For example, student who has a post-graduate degree from University of Delhi has many chances of getting into Engineering and medical coaching institutes. In fact institutes like Akash and FIIT-JEE go for campus placement in University of Delhi, IITs and other major ones.
Decide what is your plan after Msc. because most of the students have no idea what they are doing and they take admission anyway. You may be very good with physics but keep in mind that there are many like you in the university. Decide beforehand that if you want to go for Ph. D. or you want a job. I have seen many guys start to prepare for government graduate level exams and PSU banks after completing their post-graduation. If you really have the dream of joining government services start to prepare today than waiting for another two years.
Read well during your course; once you have decided to take admission in Msc. Physics take the bait and give hundred percent focus to what's in hand. If you do good, there are good chances of clearing JRF, NET and other such exams. If you score good in these exams you may get into premier institutes like IISER for pursuing Ph. D. Over there stipend is decent, 42000 Per month. Once you have completed your Ph.D from such a reputed institution there will be many opening for you as a scientist in government facilities like DRDO and all.
Career options at a glance: Tutor in coaching centre, University professor after completing Ph. D, Jobs as assistant scientists in various departments of government (limited no. of seats and exams are a rare), Patent analyst (these days there are few companies that recruit Msc graduates for analyst jobs).
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