Can i get an msc in theoretical physics after a btech degree?

Question:my degree is btech in electronics and communication from univ of calicut

Answers:
Why not? A lot of B.Tech students join for the MSc Physics programme and specialise in semiconductor physics, opto electronics etc. I personally know B.Tech(Applied Electronics) candidates who went to do M.Sc Physics at Cochin University of Science and Technology. you would have to write the CUSAT Common Admission Test to gain admission. You can also apply for MS Physics programmes abroad.
You can also apply for MS by Research programme from Dr. MGR Deemed University, Chennai (the min. admission requirement is B.Tech) and specialise in an applied physics field like say, Digital Image Processing. Or else if you want to stick to Theoretical Physics, this undergraduate qualification shouldnt normally be a bar, but it varies from university to university in India. So please check with the university where you intend to join for M.Sc Theoretical Physics whether this would be accepted as an eligible qualification. Tata Institute of Fundamental Research has a Department of Theorectical Physics and also has some MSc programmes in Physics but it might involve a certain amount of research work. Please contact them for coursework and admission details
y didn't u do bsc physics then , msc after btech is altogether different, idon't think u wud hve studied that much of physics in btech as compared to bsc . It is not advisble , u can rather opt for mtech .

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