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PHD Physics

Faculty of Engineering & Applied Sciences

Program’s Educational Objectives:

  • To provide an in-depth understanding of specialized areas of physics.
  • To equip students with the necessary skill set for pursing area of physics education, research and
    industry in government and private organizations.
  • To develop critical thinking necessary for solving problems.
  • To develop the capability of analyzing, addressing and posing solutions to problems of natural
    importance and to install a deep appreciation of the need for optimum utilization of natural
    resources and environment.
  • To instill the habit of independent thinking, deep inquiry, motivation and self-education.
  • To sharpen students’ mathematical power, making them capable of modeling, analyzing and
    predicting the behavior of physical processes.
  • To provide them opportunity to join research organizations as well teaching position in universities
    and other institutes.
  • The student will involve in policy making for advance research. To enable conduct post-doctoral
    research in local and foreign universities.


Study Level

Study Mode

Program Length

Credit Hours


Class Timings


Full Time

3 Years (6 Semesters)


Spring & Fall Semesters




Selection Criteria



18 years of Education (MS/M. Phil) will be required for admission in the Ph.D. Physics Program with a minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 3.00 on the 4.00 scale in the semester system or 60%( in the annual system) in the last degree obtained as per HEC Criteria.

Academic Qualification: 30%
Test/Interview: 70%

Need & Merit Based upto 100%

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