I'm a physics Honours student. I have already studied math as pass subject for 1 years. Now teachers are telling me to change the pass subject to chemistry as universities are asking both math and chemistry as pass subjects to take admission in Physics M Sc.
But I have cheaked eligibility criteria online for M Sc. in physics. Is say Physics as core subject and Maths as pass suject for at least 1 year or 2 semesters. So do I need to change my pass subjects to Chemistry?
Brijesh SharmaReplied on - 28 Jul 2017
To do M SC. in physics you need 60% marks in the 3-year B.Sc. (Honours/ Major) in Physics with Mathematics as one of the subsidiary/ pass subjects.