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A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. One must already have an undergraduate degree to apply for a master's program. Most master's degree program would require students to complete a master's thesis or research paper.
The natural sciences deal with the understanding of natural phenomena through observations and predictions. The scientific method and the laws of nature may be covered. Natural science branches include areas such as physics and biology, and there are many more.
Pakistan, officially the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, is a sovereign country in South Asia. With a population exceeding 180 million people, it is the sixth most populous country in the world.
The MS programs in Mathematics & Scientific Computing and in Statistics & Scientific Computing prepare students for careers in research, applications, and teachin
The MS programs in Mathematics & Scientific Computing and in Statistics & Scientific Computing prepare students for careers in research, applications, and teaching. Students choose courses from two areas of concentration for their coursework: Mathematics and Computations or Statistics and Computations.
Students are required to successfully qualify eight courses (4 compulsory and 4 electives) each of 3 credit hours duration. On successful completion of MS, coursework students will be allowed to work on a 6 credit hour thesis on a subject of interest and on the availability of the faculty. Students will be required to qualify Final (Comprehensive) Examination, as well as write and defend a thesis....
Physics has been taught at Forman Christian College since it became a college in 1864. The Physics Department was established in 1907 with Prof. D. J. Fleming as its firs
Physics has been taught at Forman Christian College since it became a college in 1864. The Physics Department was established in 1907 with Prof. D. J. Fleming as its first Head. A long line of distinguished professors and prominent scientists have served in this department, including Nobel Laureate Dr. Arthur Compton, Prof. J. M. Benade, and Dr. Piara Singh Gill. Dr. Compton conducted most of his research on cosmic rays while a faculty member at FCC, which led to his receiving the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1927.
Prof J M Benade was one of the longest-serving professors in the department, eventually retiring as its Head in 1970. He was an active researcher and the Asian representative in Dr. Compton’s international research team. Dr. Compton’s student Dr. Piara Singh Gill was a faculty member at FCC from 1940 to 1947 and active in research. He was associated with the University of Chicago and the Georgia Institute of Technology. All these scientists and professors have made significant contributions to the field....
FC College started the MPhil Chemistry program in 2009 to produce highly educated and skilled chemists. This is a critical requirement for Pakistan which needs to upgrade
FC College started the MPhil Chemistry program in 2009 to produce highly educated and skilled chemists. This is a critical requirement for Pakistan which needs to upgrade the state of its industries and other sectors to be able to compete in the world and meet new challenges.
The Department of Chemistry is located in the new Armacost Science Building. It consists of large modern lecture rooms/halls, two seminar rooms with audio-video arrangements and four large modern laboratories. There is also an instrument laboratory and six postgraduate laboratories for research only.
The Department is equipped with the latest models of the following instruments: