SoPS consists of four departments, namely, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Computer Science. These different departments offer following course:
Department of Physics offers BSc (Hons)/Integrated MSc (5 years), MSc (2 years) and Ph D courses.
Department of Chemistry offers BSc (Hons)/Integrated MSc (5 years) and Ph D courses.
Department of Mathematics offers BSc (Hons)/Integrated MSc (5 years), MSc (2 years) and Ph D courses.
Department of Computers Science offers BSc (Hons)/Integrated MSc (5 years), MSc (2 years) and Ph D courses.
The student should be 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics with minimum 50 % marks from a recognized Board of Secondary Education and 45 % for SC/ST from Uttarakhand. The details about the all the academic programs (Integrated MSc, MSc, Ph D) of SoPS are available at https://doonuniversity.ac.in/index.php/SPS/academic_programs
No, without mathematics, you are not eligible for admission to B.Sc.(H) Physics/ Integrated MSc Physics?
The master’s degree in Physical Sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Computer Science) allows students to enhance their critical thinking, mathematical problem-solving skills, computing and programming skills and better understand scientific data and its analysis.
There is a very bright career opportunity for the aspirants with Master Degree. Opportunity for Scientist positions across several institutes in India viz. Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai, Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO), Indian Space Research Organization, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Meteorological Department of India, ONGC, GSI etc.The students of computer science have opportunity to avail a job in software companies.
Those interested in teaching can get a job as a lecturer at High School and Intermediate school/colleges.
The school organize various activities under the Doon Science Club. The club arranges various scientific and technical events on the occasion of National Science day. Apart from that, talks of various eminent professors and scientists are arrange to motivate the students. The students are also encouraged to visit the various research labs to provide them exposure about the on-going research in various departments.
All the information regarding schedule of classes, examination, and other activities are posted on the department’s notice board. Students should read these notices regularly. Students are also informed by email of various activities and events.
The energetic and highly qualified faculty of SoPS envisage to focus their research on the following advanced areas:
Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Energy harvesting applications of Semiconducting Nanostructures, Nano and Molecular Catalysis, Organic Synthesis, Computational Materials Science, Fluid dynamics, Mathematical Modelling, Approximation theory, Reliability Analysis and Optimization, Pattern Recognition, Signal Processing, Optimization Techniques, Image Processing and Analysis, Fuzzy reliability analysis, Neuroscience, Signal processing, Cloud computing, Mobile computing etc.
For the detailed research work of each faculty, you may kindly visit the following links:
The completion of the Ph.D. in various programs will typically take five years including course work; however, this timeframe can vary based on the student’s research progress.
There is a prescribed application form available in the exam section as well as on university website. This has to be filled in and submitted along with the self-attested copies of the relevant documents by doing all the formalities as per rules. Form should be forwarded by Head of the concerned Department.
The University follows a continuous evaluation system consisting of periodic internal assignments/ sessionals, mid-term and end semester examinations. The distribution of marks for such courses shall be decided by the Course Instructor with the approval of the HOD of the School. To pass in a subject, all the exams (Mid or Make-up, End, Practical, Viva-Voce as applicable) are compulsorily to be given.
For grade improvement in a course(s), the student has to register at the beginning of the semester in which course is offered with the permission of the Course Teacher/Instructor. Students desirous of improving the grades in courses shall be permitted only in maximum two courses from each semester (Odd/Even) of preceding year having Grades D or E. The student shall not be allowed more than one attempt to improve his/her grades in a particular course. To pass in a subject, all the examinations (Mid or Make-up, End, Practical, Viva-voce as applicable) are compulsorily to be given. Afresh assessment marks (Max 20 as applicable) should be provided by the faculty for awarding the grade in a subject. The passing year for award of degree will not change in case of improvement of grades.
If a student fails in a course(s) with F and G Grades, such course(s) have to be repeated by undergoing all examinations (Mid or Make-up, End, Practical, Viva-voce as applicable) in the following Semester or whenever the course(s) is offered. For clearing the back paper in a course the student has to register at the beginning of the semester in which course is offered. The students may attend the classes and shall appear in all the examinations. To pass in a subject, all the examinations (Mid or Make-up, End, Practical, Viva-voce as applicable) are compulsorily to be given. Afresh assessment marks (Max 20 as applicable) should be provided by the faculty for awarding the grade in a subject.
Students missing the Mid-Term Examination of any course for reasons like serious illness (to be certified by an authorized Medical Practitioner), demise of a parent, one’s own marriage or any other reason considered valid by the competent authority may be allowed a Make-up Examination. It shall be taken after one month of the mid semester exam. Such an examination shall cover the course of the Subject(s) completed up to Mid-Term Examination.
School Notice Board, via Email and Website
2 Weeks Prior
Once the timetable is released and you notice you have two or more exams at the same time (eg. NET or elective) you have to contact to the school office no later than two (2) business days after the official examination timetable is released.
We continue to follow all government and health advice regarding physical distancing and other COVID-19 protocols. In the event of a COVID-19 outbreak, or tightening of restrictions, we will respond appropriately, and in the best interest of the safety of our students and staff. Should any on-campus exams be moved online, or replaced with alternate assessments, impacted students will be notified directly by their Subject Coordinator.
School of Languages at Doon University, Dehradun was established in 2010.
School of Languages has its office in the Room no. 206 of Faculty Offices. One can contact the office at 0135-2533124.
Yes, there are six Departments in the School of Languages.
School of Languages through various Departments of foreign language studies offers a 5-year integrated M.A. in Chinese, French, German, Japanese and Spanish.
Department of English offers B.A. (Hons), M.A. and Ph.D. in English.
Yes, after studying a foreign language successfully for 3 years, thus qualifying for a B.A. (Hons) degree, a student can seek lateral exit from the integrated course.
Yes, eligible candidates can apply for direct admission into an M.A. in Chinese, French, German, Japanese and Spanish.
Yes, Doon University conducts entrance examination for admission into various courses that it offers.
Yes, one year certificate course in Chinese, French, German, Japanese and Spanish is offered by School of Languages.
A candidate who has passed 10+2 or an equivalent exam with minimum 50% marks is eligible to take admission in the certificate courses. Besides, candidates are also required to appear at the test conducted for this purpose.