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JNU Entrance Examination for M.Sc. Physics


Schedule

JNU Entrance Examination is conducted in the months of December.  The notifications announcing the JNU Entrance Examination published in the months of September in the weekly journal of nation-wide circulation (Employment News).

Eligibility

M.Sc. (Physics) Programme:
Bachelors degree (with Physics as one of the subjects) under the 10+2+3 pattern of education with 55% marks in the aggregate (or in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics combined), or in Physics Honours. Applicants with B.Tech. (Electronics/Electrical/ Mechanical/Computer) degree can also apply.

Ph.d  Physical Sciences:
M.Sc. degree in Physics, Chemistry or Mathematics with at least 55 % marks. Candidates having M.Sc. in Physics or Chemistry should have Mathematics at least up to the B.Sc. level. Exceptions can be made in case of applicants with B.Tech (Computer/ electronics/ electrical/mechanical) degrees provided they successfully qualify the entrance examination

Scheme of Test

M.Sc. (Physics) Programme:
This Question Paper consists of Objective type questions. All questions are compulsory. For each question one and only one of the five choices given is the correct answer. Each correct answer will be given +4 points. Each wrong answer will be given-1 point. Use of calculators is permitted.

Ph.d  Physical Sciences:
This Question Paper consists of Subjective type questions. This Question Paper consists of two Parts, i.e., Part-A and Part-B. All questions are compulsory. Answers should be written in the space following each question. Use of calculators is permitted.

BHU Entrance Examination for M.Sc. Physics


Schedule

BHU Entrance Examination is conducted the months of May.  The notifications announcing the BHU Entrance Examination published in the months of January in the weekly journal of nation-wide circulation (Employment News).

Eligibility

M.Sc. (Physics) Programme:
B.Sc. (Hons.)/ B.Sc. under at least 10+2+3 pattern securing a minimum of 50% marks in the aggregate in Science subjects (considering all the three years of B.Sc. Course). The subject in which admission is sought must be Hons. subject at B.Sc. (Hons.) level/a subject studied in all the three years at Graduate level.

M.Sc. (Tech) in Geophysics:
B.Sc. (Hons.)/ B.Sc. under at least 10+2+3 pattern securing a minimum of 50% marks in the aggregate in Science subjects (considering all the three years of B.Sc. Course). The subject in which admission is sought must be Hons. subject at B.Sc. (Hons.) level/a subject studied in all the three years at Graduate level.

Those who have studied Physics, Mathematics and one more Science subject for Bachelor of Science can apply for the programme.

Ph.d  Physics:
The candidates holding PG degrees in their allied subjects are allowed to appear in the RET Physics.

Scheme of Test
M.Sc. (Physics) Programme:
This Question Paper consists of 120 Objective type questions. All questions are compulsory. For each question one and only one of the four choices given is the correct answer. Each correct answer will be given +3 points. Each wrong answer will be given -1 point.

M.Sc. (Tech) in Geophysics:
This Question Paper consists of 120 Objective type questions. All questions are compulsory. For each question one and only one of the four choices given is the correct answer. Each correct answer will be given +3 points. Each wrong answer will be given -1 point.

BHU RET (Ph.d  Physics):
This Booklet contains 40 multiple choice questions followed by 10 short answer questions. For each MCQ, you are to record the correct option on the Answer Sheet by darkening the appropriate circle in the corresponding row of the Answer Sheet, by pen as mentioned in the guidelines given on the first page of the Answer Sheet. For answering any five short Answer Questions use five Blank pages attached at the end of this Question Booklet.

BHU RET consists of three stage namely

Test A: Test to assess Logical and Analytical Capability
Test B: Test to assess Subject Knowledge
Test C: Research proposal and Personal Interview

Ph.D. aspirants need to clear each stage of this exam in order to be considered for BHU Ph.D. Admission.
(iii) for admission to Ph.D. in Geophysics, candidates holding BE/B.Tech. degree in Mining Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Science and Technology would also be eligible.

DU Entrance Examination for M.Sc. Physics


Schedule
DU Entrance Examination is conducted the months of June.  The notifications announcing the DU Entrance Examination published in the months of March in the weekly journal of nation-wide circulation (Employment News).

Eligibility
M.Sc.-Physics Programme:

Any branch of Science or Engineering with Physics and Mathematics as two of the Subjects of study. 60% or above marks in the aggregate and 60% or above marks in Physics.

Ph.d Physics Programme:

Scheme of Test
M.Sc. Physics Programme:
Total No. of Question: 50
Time: 2 Hours & Maximum Marks: 200
There will be NEGATIVE MARKING for wrong answer. Each correct answer
You are not allowed to use Mobile Phones or any Electronic Device. Only Non-Programmable calculator is allowed.
The duration of entrance examination shall be two hours. The question paper shall be of Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) type, except for some of the foreign language courses including Persian which may have short-answer questions also.

Ph.D Physics Programme:
Each correct answer carries 3 marks. There is negative marking for wrong answers. 1 Mark will be deducted for every wrong answer. The maximum marks are 180.

Please check that the question booklet contains 60 questions. In case of any discrepancy, contact the invigilator immediately in your exam hall.

Separate sheets are provided for rough work and calculations.

Candidates can use calculator if desired. The calculator can be a scientific calculator but not programmable.

The duration of written examination shall be two hours. The question paper shall be of Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) type, except for some of the foreign language courses including Persian which may have short-answer questions also.

HCU Entrance Examination for M.Sc. Physics


Schedule
Eligibility
Ph.D. Physical Sciences:

M.Sc. Physical Sciences: Graduate in any branch of Science or Engineering with Physics and Mathematics as two of the Subjects of study. 60% or above marks in the aggregate and 60% or above marks in Physics.

Scheme of Test
M.Sc. (Physics) Programme:

This Question paper has 2 Sections: Section A and Section B
Section A consists of 25 objective type questions of one mark each. There is negative marking of 0.33 mark for every wrong answer.
The marks obtained by the candidate in this Section will be used for resolving the tie cases.

Section B consists of 50 objective type questions of one and a half mark each. There is no negative marking in this Section.
Only non-programmable Scientific Calculators are permitted. Mobile phone based calculators are not permitted. Logarithmic tables are not allowed.

Ph.D. Physical Sciences:
This Question paper has two parts: Part A and Part B
Part A consists of 20 objective type questions related to Research Methodology.
Part B consists of 20 objective type questions related to Physics.
All questions carry 2 marks each. There is no negative marking.
Only non-programmable Scientific Calculators are permitted. Mobile phone based calculators are not permitted. Logarithmic tables are not allowed.

ISM Entrance Examination for M.Sc. Physics


Schedule

Eligibility
M.Sc. (Physics) Programme:
Ph.D. Physical Sciences:

Scheme of Test
M.Sc. (Physics) Programme:
Paper consists of 3 Sections: Section A carries ONE mark each (Q.1 to Q.30), Section B carries TWO marks each (Q.31 to Q.50) and Section C carries THREE marks each (Q.51 to Q.60).
There will be NEGATIVE marking for wrong answers. One third of the mark allotted for each question will be deducted for each wrong answer.

Ph.D. Physical Sciences:
There are a total of 75 questions carrying 100 marks. All these questions are of objective type multiple choice. Questions must be answered on the OMR by darkening the appropriate bubble (marked a, b, c and d) using ONLY a black/blue ink ballpoint pen against the question number.

Since, bubbles darkened by a black/blue ink ballpoint pen cannot be erased, candidates should darken the bubbles in the OMR very carefully.
Questions (Q.1-Q.50) carry 1 mark each. Questions (Q.51-Q.75) carry 2 marks each.
Questions not attempted will result in zero mark and wrong answers will result in NEGATIVE marks. 1/4 of marks will be deducted for each wrong answer. More than one answer against a question will be treated as an incorrect response.
Calculator, charts, graphs or tables are NOT allowed in the examination hall.

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