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Engineering Physics

Engineering Physics is the field in which the combined disciplines of Physics, Engineering and Mathematics are studied. They mainly study about nuclear, electrical or mechanics etc.


Career Options

  • - Software/Network Manager - Manufacturing and research - Teaching - Laboratory technician - Nuclear engineer

Educational Qualifications

  • Minimum Qualification is 10+2 with Science and Maths

Personal Skills

  • - an enquiring mind - the ability to think clearly and logically
  • with good problem solving skills - a methodical approach to work
  • with a high level of accuracy - excellent communication and presentation skills - an excellent understanding of statistics and relevant computer packages

Courses to be pursued

  • - B. Tech (Physics Engineering) - M. Tech (Physics Engineering) - B. Sc/M. Sc (Physics Engineering)

Top Colleges

  • Indian Institute of Technology, Address- Guwahati Near Doul Gobinda Road, Amingaon, North Guwahati, Guwahati, Assam 781039 Phone- 0361 258 3000 Website- www.iitg.ac.in
  • Indian Institute of Technology Address- Delhi Hauz Khas, Delhi 110016 Phone- 011 2659 7135 Website- www.iitd.ac.in

Working Conditions

Physics Engineers usually work 37 to 40 hours a week. They might work in a laboratory, factory or a workshop and even outdoors if any fieldwork is required. In case to prevent themselves from hazardous substances, they wear protective clothing.

Top Companies

  • NASA Address- 300 E St SW, Washington, DC 20546, USA Phone: (202) 358-0001 (Office) Website: https://www.nasa.gov/
  • SpaceX Address: Rocket Rd, Hawthorne, CA 90250, USA Phone: +1 310-363-6000 Website: www.spacex.com/

Successful Persons

Stephen Hawkings

Stephen Hawkings was a renowned theorotical physicist and cosmologist who made major contributions in the world of physics like gravitational singularity theorems, Hawking radiation etc.

Isaac Newton

Isaac Newton was an astronomer, physicist and author who changed the world by giving law of gravity and law of motion.

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