Ph.D. in Physics is a 3-year doctorate degree in Physics. Physics is a natural science that involves the study of matter. M.Phil. degree or M.Sc. in Physics or Material Science with a minimum aggregate score of 60% or equivalent CGPA (relaxed to 55% or equivalent CGPA for SC/ST) is the minimum requirement of eligibility for applying to the course.The course covers the subjects of Matter Physics, High Energy Physics, Non-Linear Optics, Quantum Optics and Laser Physics, Solid State Physics and Materials Science, and Electronic Science. The areas of research include high TC superconductivity, attraction, stage moves, basic marvels, glasses and ceramics, liquid crystals, thin films, ion-solid interactions, semiconductors and superlattices, nanostructure materials, localization, percolation, molecular dynamics, neural networks, quantum field theory, quantum chromodynamics, CP violation, heavy quarks, non-linear dynamics, quantum computing, stochastic-quantization, modern quantum optics including Femto-second laser experiments and theory, ferroelectrics, and microwave devices.