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It depends on your interest. whether you want to go for a Job (government or private) or pursue further studies.
There are many career opportunities available for Physics Students.
You have good scope to work in you have to full scope of going into ISRO, CSIR & DRDO Labs.
But You have to pursue further studies for that.
You can pursue M.Sc. - Phd from IIT or any other university.
& then go for Research Career.
& If you are not interested in further Studies then try to get a job by Banking Exams or SSC CGL, civil services. It is also a good option.
Good that you have decided to continue with your studies. Remember any course at this juncture would be job oriented. But it completely depends on what you wish to study further.
Few options, you have includes masters in physics, biotechnology,astrology, medical lab technician, etc.
You can opt for courses other than science related like banking and finance, mass media, MBA etc.
Wish you good luck...
This is a clear indication that you are not made for Science stream. It appears that you chose Science stream just based on the 10th percentage thinking that you can be a science student and do engineering, medicine, etc. You did not at all think once more whether you really liked science subjects.
Now that your board exams are near, there is no other option but to appear for the exams with maximum possible studying. It may happen that you may score less in Science stream. That will call for change of stream, either to Commerce or Arts.
Now I feel, you will have to change y
5.7 CGPA is an average score though you have done from IIT Delhi.
With Physics Masters, you can look for career in the below:
3. Mechanical Engineering
5. Water / Wind Technology
6. Space Technology
Which exact course are you under going and at which level? Is it 12th or BSc?
There is no need to worry about compartment in Physics. The important thing for you should be what was that reason for having the compartment? What was the reason for compartment in physics?
I would like you to think whether Physics is really your interest and a choice for a long term career.
If now you have taken admission to the course, I would suggest that you should study more sincerely and seriously and with interest. Rea appear for the compartment paper with confidence and with proper and complet
The education needed for water resource development is a degree in environmental science, geology or any other related field.
There is scope for Msc Physics depending on what kind of job you are looking for. If you prefer teaching then you can take a masters in education or write the NET. If you are innovative you can try one of the IISC to do a research.
First of all, let me clarify that there is nothing called as Physics branch in Engineering.
Stress on Physics as a subject is given majorly in Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering and Marine Engineering, Automobile Engineering. Therefore, you will have to select either of them if you are interested in Physics as a Science for your future career.
Definitely, Mechanical Engineering is the top engineering stream with good job opportunities available. Scope is tremendous and you as a Mechanical Engineer can be employed in manufacturing, industrial, civil, production
Try for jobs in Telecommunication, aviation, oil & gas, mechanical industries.
To label a University best, is a personal and subjective choice. It is for you to decide which one is the best depending on certain criterias listed by you.
I can only help by shortlisting few University that provides the course. Rest is for you to decide.
B.Tech courses available at:
Amity Institute of Nuclear Science & technology. http://www.amity.edu/ainst/
Masters Courses available at:
Mahatma Jyotirao Phule University. http://mjrpuniversity.ac.in/academics.html?cid=courses/engineeri
I wish I can assist you more elaborately for your query ,if I get the specialization in Polytechnic diploma .however you can apply for all the tech based companies for entry level positions , simultaneously continue your B.Tech as a part time studies .so in short span of time you will gain degree and hands on experience too which will give you a fast career growth...Best Wishes...