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University of Calicut announces MSc Radiation Physics Admission 2016

Updated on Thu, 05 May 2016 at 16:47 IST

University of Calicut invites applications for admissions to MSc Radiation Physics for the academic year 2016- 17.

MSc Radiation Physics is conducted by University of Calicut.

About Courses:

M.Sc. Radiation Physics course is a highly specialized multidisciplinary course in applied physics with high profile job opportunities as Radiological Safety Officer (RSO) in hospital, Nuclear reactor facilities, Regulatory authorities, industries and research centers involving high dose radiation systems, Medical Physicists in hospitals having Radiation imaging and therapy facilities, Dosimetrists in Industries, teachers and scientist. All these positions are challenging and having a lot of responsibilities.

University of Calicut is the pioneering institute to incorporate strong theoretical background and intense clinical training with high orientation toward academic research which will make the students academically excellent and professionally competent. The course is being conducted in collaboration with Malabar Cancer Centre, Thalassery.

Eligibility Criteria:

- A pass in B. Sc. Physics main with Mathematics as one of the subjects of University of Calicut or equivalent with 60% marks or equivalent grade in aggregate of the subjects.

- The admission is made on the basis of an entrance test of the objective type / or short answer questions and of duration 2 hours with the syllabus of B. Sc. Physics of the University of Calicut . Rank list will be prepared on the basis of equal Weightages for both the qualifying examination the entrance examination.

Application Procedure:

- General information and brochure are available from the web site of the university of Calicut, “NOTIFICATION FOR ADMISSION TO PG PROGRAMMES WITH ENTRANCE EXAMINATION (2016-17)” Apply online (from 20.04.2016 to 16.05.2016) through the website Click on the link 'PG Entrance 2016".

- Enter challan number and Pass word and go ahead for completing the registration process. A fee of Rs.300/- (SC/ST Rs.100/) shall be remitted to Calicut University Fund by e-payment (SBT online/SBT e-chalan/Friends/Akshaya e-chalan). Please click the link "fee remittance" in ( or the link "Instant Web Payment System" in ( for remitting fee. (Choose the correct purpose of remittance while processing the challan). The printout of the online application and supporting document should reach the Coordinator M.Sc. Radiation Physics, University of Calicut, Calicut University P.O., Kerala 673635 on or before 17.05.2016. NRI and foreign candidates should contact the Dean, Students' Welfare, University of Calicut, Email: [email protected], Ph:04942404777.

Fee Details:

Application fee is Rs.300/- (SC/ST Rs.100/)

Important Dates:

MSc Radiation Physics Important dates section aims to list all important dates such as date of availability of form, last submission date, result date, counselling date, etc.

  • Last date for submitting the application  online:  16.05.2016
  • Last date for submitting  printout of the application form: 17.05.2016
  • Issue of online hall ticket: 05.06.2016
  • Date of Entrance Examination: 11.06.2016
  • Time & Venue : 10.30 am  Department of Physics, University of Calicut 

  • Declaration of result and publication of rank list: 17.06.2016
  • Date of admission: 25.06.2016
  • Commencement of classes: 01.07.2016

Contact Details

For more details please contact
University Of Calicut,
Malappuram (District), PIN 673 635
Calicut University PO,
Kerala, India,

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Established in 1968, Calicut University has become a veritable lighthouse beckoning and directing millions of young men and women towards meaningful education. Today, it has emerged the largest University in Kerala with 25 Departments of postgraduate studies and research, under its direct control and 191 affiliated colleges spread across the five northern districts of Kerala–Kozhikode, Malappuram, Palakkad, Thrissur and Wayanad – serving about 2.75 lakh students every year.The University of Calicut is an affiliating university in Thenjipalam, Kerala, India.

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