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, If you are interested in making your career in Government field then you can appear in the CSIR NET Exam. It is Exam which is conducted for the selection of Lecturers and Research Fellows in many prestigious Institutes of India. You can appear in the December Exam, get complete details here CSIR NET Online. For more details go through CSIR NET Exam. Thanks

Hello friend, From your question, it seems that you are very close to the subject physics, but you have not mentioned your academic qualifications and what you are doing at present. The physicist are those persons or scientist who study physics. The basic job of a physicist could be teaching and research. In teaching the person is involved in interacting with students, colleagues, seniors, clients and customers. In research field, the physicist generally work in laboratory. Here the scientist is interacting on regular basis with instruments, colleagues and students. The nature of job of a

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

Hi Thank you for contacting us. It is my pleasure in helping you direct in your career. I understand you want to be a researcher in Physics. To become a researcher in Physics, you need to complete a professional research degree i.e do a phd in Physics. Check yourself what branch of Physics you liked the most in your Physics degree and what area is barely researched and what area you want to further explore. For any Confusion Regarding Career Paths – Take here: Psychometric Career Tests including Ideal Career Test Build a research topic by reading lots of academic journal

Dear friendIt is good to know about your academic plan, having done b.tech in ECE and opting physics is not a bad idea. but you must explore the emerging alliances of physics like msc in nuclear physics, msc in nanotech, msc in theoretical physics, msc in astronomy, msc in atmospheric physics, msc in photonics, msc in nanoscience and nanotechnology, msc in energy and material sciences and many more interesting program worldwide available. One must explore the subject which has following scopes:1. world wide acceptability so must see the modules detailing 2. Having relevancy with with your back

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There are many job opportunities for the candidates who have completed their Master’s. In India, there are many research institutes that needs some professionals in different fields. These institutes take the students from M.Sc. qualified candidates.  If you are interested in research and teaching field, then go for CSIR NET Exam CSIR NET (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research National Eligibility Test) is a national level exam which awards lectureship and Junior Research Fellowship to the deserving candidates. Get the eligibility criteria for CSIR NET from here – CSIR

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In my opinion you have to do B.Sc. in Physics. Because after graduation you have the best option to become theoretical physicist which is IIT JAM. It is an entrance exam for M.Sc. conducted by IITs and IISc. According to JAM scores you get admission in IITs for M.Sc.(2 Years), M.Sc.-M.Tech, M.Sc.-Ph.D dual degree, M.Sc.-MS (Research)/Ph.D dual degree courses and in IISc banglore for integrated Ph.D courses. To appear for this you should have at least 55% aggregate in graduation if belongs to General or OBC-NCL category or if you are from SC/ST/PwD category you must have minimum 50% aggregate w

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Hi, Yes, you can do M. Sc. in Physics after completing B. Sc. in General. After then if you are interested in serving the Government in the Education Field you can go with the CSIR NET Physical Science Exam. CSIR NET is the Exam which is conducted every year for the selection of Lectures and Junior Research Fellows in very prestigious colleges. Thanks  

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Hi, As you have these Degree, why don’t you apply for the CSIR NET Exam? It is Exam which is conducted for the selection of Lecturers and Research Fellows in many prestigious Institutes of India. You can appear in the Physical Science subject. Get more details through CSIR NET Exam. If you are interested in applying for the Exam then go through CSIR NET Online, as the online process for the Exam has been started. Thanks

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