Best poster presentation award (scientist category) – 35th Kerala science congress.
The Integrated M.Sc Physics programme follows a semester-based course structure and continuous assessment within an innovative academic curriculum. The key feature of the programme is the thrust given to the foundation topics in Physics, Mathematical Physics, and practical Physics; it also gives ample importance to advanced areas in Physics and specialization subjects. The core Physics includes specialization courses in Quantum Nanostructures. Eligible students will get the opportunity to do their Research Project/ Internship/Hands-on Training in the areas of advanced Science/Technology.
The students will be given an opportunity to undertake a final project from any reputed institution or industry. This programme offers students a higher level of education in basic sciences to enable them to tackle complex Physics problems compromising both academics as well as industrial fields.
Outcome Based Education is designed to furnish the growing need of industries and research. Classroom teaching includes tutorials with a problem-solving approach, laboratory observations, and assignments. It aims at developing awareness, aspiration, and innovative ability to solve new scientific problems.
The number of courses of Integrated M.Sc Physics programme consist of Twenty-four core theory (Physics) courses including five Mathematical Physics courses, fourteen core practical courses, one Elective theory course from the frontier areas of the core subjects, three specialization theory courses and two specialization practical courses in advanced areas of Physics, one major research project in the advanced area of Physics and one minor research project, four complementary (Mathematics) courses, four complementary (Chemistry) courses, two complementary (Chemistry) practical courses, two English courses, one Environmental Science course, one Human Rights course, and one Research Methodology course.
The programme offers six extra credit courses in Machine Learning, and Python Programming and also offers three summer projects.
The programme offers eight non-credit courses which are highly related to day-to-day life and have much importance in the skill development of the students.
Classroom lectures, Problem-solving sessions, Practicals, Experimental activities, Modelling and simulation, Projects, Group Discussions, Presentations, Quiz, Assignments, Peer teaching, Peer learning, Invited lectures, Seminars, Workshops, Online classes, Industrial visits, Research laboratory visits, Outreach programmes.
Procedure for the preparation of the rank list
Pass in 10+2 /equivalent with 60% marks in the Science stream (Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry).