Physicists - Career Queries

A Physicist is a scientist who is trained to understand the interactions of matter and energy across the physical universe. They explore and identify the basic principles concerning the structure and behaviour of matter. They study the generation and transfer of energy. There are many divisions in physics they are atomic, molecular, optical physics, astrophysics, computational physics, chemical physics, fluid dynamics, laser science, material physics, nuclear physics, plasma physics and polymer physics. A physicist work can work in schools, colleges, universities, hospitals, research laboratories, in military, for the Government and many other fields. Find frequently asked questions on career related to Physicists answered by renowned Career Counsellors of India, and to know more on what, why and how's of becoming Physicists

If you have completed your Masters degree and further want to make career in Research and Lectureship you can go for CSIR UGC NET Exam The basic reason behind this is that the exam provides good career options in the lectureship field, you can get the stipend in the form of UGC NET Scholarships of INR 25000 + HRA per month  The exam is held in 3 phases UGC NET Paper 1,2 and 3  

Hi, You have a really interest. Trust me. A Physicist is a person who see the world with physics. To get the best out of this career choice you should go for exams like IIT JAM (in case you haven't done your Post Graduation) or CSIR NET (to get the UGC certificate in case already have a Post Graduation Degree). Both these Exams will take you close to your dream. For more details you can check blog - So, Do You Want To Be A Physicist Like Dr. Sheldon Cooper? All the best.

Hello, To become a Professor you have to follow the procedure as given below -  The minimum eligibility criteria to become a Professor is that you must have a master's degree. As you want to become a Professor of Physics, so it is compulsory that you have a postgraduation in Physics. But to apply for the post of Professor in colleges and institutes, you have to clear the National Eligibility Test. Yes, to apply for lectureship in Physical Science, you must a certificate issued by UGC (University Grants Commission). The Certificate will be provided to the CSIR NET Qualified candidates. The

i am not agree with you. Its about what are your interest and what you want to do in future. the physicists generally meant to do research in laboratories with different equipment and apparatus. the do calculations and measurements. The physicists can also go for the other options available. after post-graduation, one can be a lecturer in universities or colleges. The UGC NET and CSIR NET exam are organized for the determination of candidates for assistant professor posts in colleges, for junior research fellowship and to pursue PhD. one can take opportunity of following career options after q

The sphere of work for any physicist is quite large. They are the scientists who study vast range of fields in physics from basic laws to the new technology and processes. On a typical day, a physicist works on the following things:Supervise the already going research and assist the fellow researchers in their work. They have to spend a lot of time in the laboratories while working on the experiments.Checking the emails and replying to them. The physicists are in constant communication with many organizations and have to show their work to them on the regular basis.They read the latest news in

There are exams like JEST, JAM ,TIFR and a few others visit this blog to know in detail