Physics is a rudimentary science that is concerned with the composition of matter along with the interactivity between the primal components of the observable cosmos.  From a wider perspective, Physics helps us understand the phenomena around us at both macroscopic and submicroscopic levels. The evolution in the domain of Physics has always marked the upward surge of mankind. Physics has enabled us to derive answers to the most formidable problems around. Physics is a wider domain than most people know.

There are several branches of the parent domain. They are as follows:

  1. Classical Mechanics
  2. Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics
  3. Optics & Acoustics
  4. Cosmology
  5. Condensed Matter Physics
  6. Quantum Mechanics, Molecular Physics, and Atomic Physics
  7. Relativistic Mechanics

, et cetera

Some of the most prominent Physicists to have ever lived are, Niels Bohr, Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Michael Faraday, Marie Curie, Ernest Rutherford, Werner Heisenberg, Erwin Schrodinger, J. Robert Oppenheimer, et cetera. These names are at the zenith in the domain of Physics because of the incredible breakthroughs that they had. Indeed, it would be abstruse for anyone to imagine a world without Newton’s laws of motion, the theory of relativity, the uncertainty principle, et cetera.  These theories have equipped us to reach even more promising heights in the domain.

It is reasoned enough for someone who questions phenomena around them or has a knack towards Physics to pursue a career in the field.

Physics at DIT University**

The School of Physical Sciences at DIT University offers the following programs in Physics:

  1. B.Sc. (Honours) Physics
  2. B.Sc. in Physics with a specialization in Electronics
  3. PhD in Physics

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The Department of Physics is home to two Centres of Excellence (COEs). They are:

  1. Centre of Excellence- Advanced Functional Smart materials
  2. Centre of Excellence- Materials Science and Nano Engineering

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  1. Wave and Optics Lab
  2. Electricity and Magnetism Lab
  3. Mechanic Lab
  4. Modern Physics Lab
  5. Thermal Physics Lab
  6. Solid State Physics Lab

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