Calicut University – MSc Physics 2 & 3 Semester Results (19-03-2014)

Calicut University has announced the results of MSc Physics 2nd & 3rd Semester exams held during July 2013 / Jan 2014.

Calicut University Results – MSc Physics 2nd and 3rd Semester Results – Declared on 18.03.2014

Calicut University has announced the results of MSc Physics 2nd and 3rd Semester exams held during July 2013 / January 2014. A large number of candidates had appeared for the Calicut University MSc Physics Semester exams and they have all been eagerly waiting for the results to be announced.

Calicut University has now announced the results. The results have been announced for the following exams.

  • MSc Physics (NON-CUCSS) II Semester Exam July 2013
  • MSc Physics (CUCSS) II Semester Exam July 2013
  • MSc Physics (CCSS) III Semester Exam Jan 2014

Candidates who had appeared for the above exams can check the results on the Calicut University website (www.universityofcalicut.info) or they check the results at the links provided below.

 

About Calicut University

The Calicut University is an affiliating university located at Thenjipalam, Malappuram in the southern state of Kerala in India. Calicut University has a number of off-campus centres in neighbouring districts especially Kozhikkode, Wayanadu, Thrissur, Palakkad and Lakshadweep islands and it conducts courses and examinations for the students of the affiliated colleges. The main campus in Thenjipalam has departments in most of the science and humanities areas. The departments offer post graduate courses and research programmes. However, the main business in the campus is administration and conduct of examinations for all the affiliated colleges which number above 250. In 2013 it is ranked as the 26th best university of India.

Calicut University was established in 1968 and was administered by Dr. M.M Ghani in the 1970s. Calicut University had especially strong faculty in Physics, Zoology, Chemistry, Botany, History, Malayalam, English and Physical Education. The Campus locales spread over around 500 acres (2.0 km2) in rural outskirt of Malappuram, had the feel of a hill station. In the 1980s, a Cockroft-Walton particle accelerator was put in place on campus.

AcademicIndia.in congratulates all the successful candidates & wishes a bright future!!