Wednesday, April 24, 2024
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MASTERS PROGRAMME (Jointly conducted by Mahatma Gandhi University and Kannur University)


COURSES AND ELIGIBILITY
(1) M.Sc. Physics (Nanoscience and Nanotechnology)

Candidates having B.Sc. Physics/ B.Sc. Honors in Physics with not less than 55% marks are eligible to apply

Syllabus 2022: https://snsnt.mgu.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/Syllabus-Kannur-MGU-Joint-M.Sc_Physics_2023.pdf

(2) M.Sc. Chemistry (Nanoscience and Nanotechnology)

Candidates having B.Sc. Chemistry/ B.Sc. Honors in Chemistry with not less than 55% marks are eligible to apply

Syllabus 2022: https://snsnt.mgu.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/Joint_MSc_Chemistry_Dual-programme_syllabus.pdf

Joint Masters programme 2023-24 is a new venture conducted by School of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Mahatma Gandhi University and Department of Physics and Department of Chemistry, Kannur University. The syllabus of the joint programme is designed in a way that students can avail the facilities and expertise of both the Universities. Students can choose either Mahatma Gandhi University or Kannur University as their parent institution. During the course, they will get an opportunity for internship from an industrial organization. Final semester of the programme consists of a six months project at a reputed research institute either in India or abroad thereby giving more job and research opportunities to students.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

During the course, students can spend equal time at Mahatma Gandhi University and Kannur University. In the first semester students can attend classes conducted at their parent university centres. The classes will be on hybrid mode with joint online classes from both the Universities. Second semester classes will be organized by Kannur University, where the students from Mahatma Gandhi University can spend their second semester at Kannur University campus. By the end of the second semester, students will get an internship at diversified and versatile industries which helps them getting acquainted with current trends in research and industries. Third semester classes will be conducted by Mahatma Gandhi University. Students from both the universities can spend their third semester at Mahatma Gandhi University campus. Fourth semester constitutes of a six months project which can be outside the University, in India or abroad, giving an opportunity to students to work with eminent scientists in the respective field. Selection to the programme will be based on Marks/Grade obtained in the qualifying examination.

CERTIFICATE AND EQUIVALENCY

Joint M. Sc. Physics (Nanoscience and Nanotechnology) and Joint M. Sc. Chemistry (Nanoscience and Nanotechnology) will be equivalent to the regular M. Sc. Programme in Physics/Chemistry conducted by Mahatma Gandhi University and Kannur University. On completion of the course, certificate for Joint M. Sc. Physics (Nanoscience and Nanotechnology) and Joint M. Sc. Chemistry (Nanoscience and Nanotechnology) will be awarded under Faculty of Science from the respective parent university