The B. Tech Physical Science program is primarily aimed at training students in fundamental areas of physical science for application in space sciences and technology. Space missions are often planned and driven by some definite science goals and scientific objectives. The B. Tech program in Physical Sciences has been designed keeping such science requirements of space research in mind. The students enrolled in the B. Tech (Physical Science) program take introductory and advanced courses in Astronomy & Astrophysics, Remote Sensing, Earth System Science and Chemical Systems. In addition, their curriculum also includes courses in basic electrical and mechanical engineering, physics, mathematics and humanities. The students in the B. Tech (Physical Science program would select five electives subjects from any one of the following four areas, (a) Astronomy Astrophysics (b) Remote Sensing (c) Earth System Science, and (d) Chemical Systems which span broad areas of current and future space research, not only under the Department of Space but also various national, international institutions which are actively engaged in.
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