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MSc Physics Colleges in Nepal, Tribhuvan University ,TU

The M.Sc. program, designed for two year's covers both theory and practical courses. In addition to the compulsory common core courses eleven optional papers have been approved by the subject committee in the present M.Sc. syllabus. At present only 6 such papers (e.g. Solid state physics, Cosmology and gravitation Optoelectronics, Bio-medical Physics, Atmospheric physics and Plasma physics have been offered to the students. Every student has to opt either two from these six or one dissertation and one of the above courses. There is also a provision for the project work in lieu of electronics laboratory works in the second year. Till to date more than 400 M.Sc. thesis(Dissertation) have been produced m different fields of Physics. The details are tabulated below.

Some of the Tribhuvan University affiliated Colleges offering MSc Physics Course are:

1. GoldenGate International College
Address: Old Baneshwor, Battisputali Kathmandu

GoldenGate International College was established in 2007 by a group of eminent academicians with national and international experience. In the last Ten years, the college has grown from strength to strength and has made its mark as one of the best educational institutions in Nepal as far as excellence in education is concerned. The college has been introducing new courses and programs every year. Presently the college offers 7 Master and 15 Bachelor programs affiliated to Tribhuvan University, Nepal. The college also offers +2 courses affiliated to the Higher Secondary Education Board, Nepal. The college is associated with Advanced College of Engineering and Management (ACEM) and Cosmos Engineering College. The college is planning to introduce a few more courses/programs in the near future. We are trying our level best to run Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA), Bachelor in Information Management (BIM), MSc in Chemistry, MA in Peace, Conflict and Development as well as MA in Social Work. [ View details ]

2. St. Xaviers College
Address: Maitighar, Kathmandu

ST. XAVIER’S COLLEGE, Kathmandu, is an educational institution of higher learning established and managed by the Nepal Jesuit Society. The Jesuits began their educational work in Nepal in 1951 with the opening of St. Xavier’s School, Godavari, followed by St. Xavier’s School, Jawalakhel, St. Xavier’s School, Deonia, Moran Memorial School, Maheshpur,and St. Xavier's School, Sadakbari. The Jesuits have served people of all faiths, all over the world, as educators, scientists, explorers and social reformers since 1540. The centuries-old tradition of service to others is the cornerstone of Jesuit education. Every institute and organization established by the Jesuits in Nepal, prepares each student to Live for God and Lead for Nepal. The education programme is designed to foster critical thinking, positive action and service to others. It challenges students to look beyond career, and have a wider vision of being channels of betterment. It encourages every student to be a job creator rather than a job seeker, and to play the role of being a creative designer of the future. [ View details ]

3. Birendra Multiple Campus
Address: Bharatpur, Chitwan

Founded in 2022 B.S; Birendra Multiple campus is one of the constituent campus of Chitwan. It is located in Bharatpur, Chitwan. It is located with its beautiful and peaceful premises at Bharatpur in Chitwan. It offers programs in the Institute of Science and Technology (B.Sc, M.Sc Physics & M.Sc Chemistry), Institute of Agriculture and Animal Sciences [B.Sc.(Agriculture Science)],Faculty of Management (BBS and MBS) and Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, (BA, and MA Sociology and Anthropology). The physical infrastructure of the campus is expanded into 19 Bighas of land with different buildings. Apart from the land and buildings, the college is also occupied by canteen, cycle stand, Science lab, Computer Lab, Geography Lab and library. The library is well managed with a large volume of text and reference books at the campus. The students are accessed with journals and magazines of different subjects along with variety of newsletters and newspapers as per their interest.
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4. Mahendra Morang Adarsha Multiple Campus
Address: Roadcyes Chwok, Biratnagar- 16 Morang

Mahendra Morang Adarsha Multiple Campus is one of the largest constitutent campus of Tribhuvan University in eastern area. It offers both Bachelor level and Master Level Programs. It offers BBS, B.Sc, M.Sc  degrees etc. [ View details ]

5. Patan Multiple Campus
Address: Patan Dhoka, Lalitpur

Patan Multiple Campus was established on 2011 B.S.(1954) before birth of Tribhuvan University. 'Patan Multiple College' in 1973 it is entered as constituent campus of Tribhuvan University in named Patan Multiple Campus. Patan Multiple Campus is one of the most popular constitutent campus of Tribhuvan University. It occupied about 27,296 sq m area. The campus is situated at Patan Dhoka, Lalitpur of Nepal which is also known as city of Newar community. Patan Multiple campus is a constituent campus of Tribhuvan University, it offers both Bachelors and Masters program in the faculties of Humanities and social sciences, Faculty of Management and Faculty of Science. [ View details ]

6. Prithvi Narayan Campus
Address: Bagar, Pokhara, Kaski

Founded on 1 September 1960 (17 Bhadra 2017 BS) in the western region, PN Campus was initially named Prithvi Narayan Inter College that was started with 13 students and 2 teachers for post-secondary education and was run by the local community. In the beginning, the classes were conducted in Kanya School, Nadipur Patan and moved to Bhimkali Patan in Bagar where it now exists. George John was the first Principal, and Narayan Bahadur Karki and Arjun Bikram Rana were the first administrative staff of the college. On 20 August 1963 (4 Bhadra 2020 BS), the college resumed its first batch with the Bachelor of Arts (BA) study, which received its accreditation from Tribhuvan University. In the same year, under the Peace Corps Volunteering Projects, Douglas K. Wingham, Peter Farco and Dorothy Mierow started working as volunteers to teach English and other courses in the college. [ View details ]

7. Amrit Science Campus (ASCOL)
Address: Lainchaur Kathmandu

Amrit Campus, formally named as Public Science College (PUSCOL) and later named as Amrit Science College (ASCOL), after late Mr. Amrit Prasad Pradhan. Mr pradhan was born in 1918 at Thamel, Kathmandu. He served as headmaster of Jooddha High School in Birgunj for two years and later joined at Tri-Chandra College as lecturer in Chemistry. In 1962, he became founder Principal of Public Science College (present Amrit Campus) and began teaching as professor of Chamistry. Late Principal Amrit Prasad Pradhan established Amrit Campus with a view to promote the study of Science and Technology in Nepal. The campus has benefited greatly from his spirit or enterprise, dedication and enthusiasm. While on a mission to the United States of a cause connected with the college, he died in an air crash over Mt. Blanc on January 24, 1966. The death of this noble soul was mourned by the nation. [ View details ]

8. Central Department of Physics Tribhuvan University
Address: Kirtipur Kathmandu

The second half of the twentieth century has witnessed a tremendous development in the field of Physics education and research particularly in developing countries. The Central Department of Physics (CDP), Tribhuvan University has been helping to bring the world of Physics education and research to interested Nepalese students since 1969 by offering theoretical Physics course in the Master's level. In spite several difficulties and limitations, CDP has produced more than 3000 physics graduates. These graduates are actively involved for the development of nation in various sectors. At present, about 800 physics graduates are continuing their education and research in abroad (mostly USA). In this way, our graduates are contributing globally. The research activity is gradually increasing at the department. At present, 25 students are doing Ph.D. and 240 students are enrolled at the masters’ level in the department. More than 800 masters’ thesis has been completed with about 100 international publications. [ View details ]

9. Siddhanath Science Campus
Address: Mahendranagar, Kanchanpur

Shree Siddhanath Science Campus, established in 2033 BS in Mahendra Nagar, is a community-based  campus affiliated to Tribhuvan University.  Hence, it is completely supported and managed by the community.  It is offering B.Sc CSIT, B.Sc and M.Sc in Physics program. Unanimity in campus development among all the stakeholders including political parties, parents, representatives of the municipality, District Development Office, etc.  Most of the officials and parents are the graduates of this campus. There is a sense of belongingness among all concerned. It is located in Bhim Datt Municipality which is an emerging town of Kanchanpur district in the far western Terai of Nepal;  it is also a border town adjoining Banbasa, India. [ View details ]

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