Ph.D. in Physics
The Department of Physics in the School of Natural Sciences is an active and growing research center, focusing on experimental and theoretical condensed matter physics, nanotechnology and development of novel materials for energy and environmental applications, and experimental and theoretical particle physics.
Ms. Heena Slathia
The duration of our Ph.D. program in Physics is five years. All full-time Ph.D. students admitted into the program shall receive a doctoral award (Teaching and Research Assistantship) consisting of a tuition-fee waiver (as per Department) and a monthly stipend of ₹40,000 for the first two years and ₹45,000 for the next three years, subject to qualifying for the "Advancement to Candidacy." The continuation of the award is subject to satisfactory performance in the program evaluated continuously, and compliance with all University regulations. Support will be available for deserving Ph.D. students to disseminate their work through conferences and publications. Please note that students with CSIR, UGC, and INSPIRE fellowships shall receive a 100% tuition fee waiver.