MSc (Applied Physics)
Delhi Technical University ( Formerly Delhi College of Engineering) Delhi/NCR

Type: Masters Degree

Category: Science, Engineering & Bio Technology

Sub Category: Others

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About MSc (Applied Physics) Course

Here are the details of MSc (Applied Physics) Course including duration, Eligibility, Admission Criteria, Fees and Syllabus.

Duration:- 3 Years, Part Time

Eligibility:- BSc with Physics


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About the College

Delhi College of Engineering (initially established with the name- Delhi Polytechnic) came into existence in the year 1940 to cater the needs of Indian Industries for trained manpower with practical experience and sound theoretical knowledge. The Delhi Polytechnic consisted of a technical high school and specialized senior departments.

 Delhi Technical University -( Formerly Delhi College of Engineering) offers BE, BTech, ME, MTech& PhD Courses in various streams.


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Delhi College of Engineering, Shahbad Daulatpur, Main Bawana Road, Delhi-110042. India Phone      91-11-27871018 Fax     91-11-27871023

Email: dsps_pnp@yahoo.com

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Comments / Reviews / Queries MSc (Applied Physics)

  • can i do msc in physics after b.tech from delhi college of engineering... Posted By : shivangi srivastava, on 03-02-2012 22:42:32
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  • can i do msc in physics from delhi college of engineering.... Posted By : shivangi srivastava, on 03-02-2012 22:23:09
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  • Kindly give the detailed list of Curriculum and complete Syllabus for the M.Sc. Applied Physics degree course at the Delhi Technical University Posted By : Sankar S, on 14-06-2011 20:44:04
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  • i had completed my B.sc WITH 56.5% IN 2010 and percuing m.sc,,,sir i want 2knw u hv any tecnical course related this field....pls suggest me Posted By : kundan kumar, on 28-03-2011 12:55:01
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  • Hi i m harsh from up. I had completed my BSC with 54% in 2008 . I want to take addmission in msc from Physics.So pls suggest me college for addmission at 54% Posted By : Harsh Srivastava, on 12-11-2010 02:19:46
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