The Department of Physics at TASC offers a three-year undergraduate course with complementary electives in Chemistry and Mathematics, along with a post-graduation program in Physics. The B.Sc. Physics degree course provides students with exciting opportunities for higher studies and employment. This program offers a comprehensive understanding of theoretical physics along with practical knowledge that can be applied to real-life situations. Students pursuing this course are expected to have a basic understanding of mathematical tools and techniques, as they form an integral part of the various courses in this program.
The curriculum covers a wide range of topics, including classical mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, thermodynamics, optics, and modern physics. Students learn fundamental principles and theories that explain the behavior of matter and energy in the universe. The program combines theoretical lectures, laboratory experiments, and mathematical problem-solving to provide a well-rounded education in physics.
By studying physics, students develop critical thinking skills, problem-solving abilities, and a strong foundation in scientific methodology. They learn to analyze complex phenomena, conduct experiments, and apply mathematical models to explain physical phenomena. The practical skills gained through laboratory work enable students to apply their knowledge in real-world scenarios.
The B.Sc. Physics degree opens up various opportunities for higher studies and employment. Graduates can pursue advanced degrees such as Master’s or Ph.D. programs in physics or related fields. They can also find employment in research institutions, government laboratories, technology companies, educational institutions, and the aerospace or defense industries. Career options include roles such as research scientist, data analyst, quality control specialist, scientific consultant, or physics educator.
Additionally, the problem-solving and analytical skills developed during the this program are highly transferable and sought after in other industries such as finance, engineering, information technology, and consulting. Many employers value the logical thinking and quantitative abilities that physics graduates possess.