Patna University M.Sc Physics results 2018-19 to be expected declared earlier soon by Patna University on its University portal www.patnauniversity.ac.in
Patna University M.Sc Physics Results 2018-19
Patna University M.Sc Physics results 2018-19 can be checked at: www.patnauniversity.ac.in
All Exam Candidates may check Patna University M.Sc Physics results 2018-19 at: Corresponding Colleges or Institute or in Patna University itself.
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Patna University M.Sc Physics Result 2018-19 (Offline) – you can also get your M.Sc Physics Mark sheet from your corresponding colleges which are affiliated by Patna University. All M.Sc Physics colleges under Patna University announced selected merit list on notice board along with M.Sc Physics exam 2018-19 candidate Name, Roll Number, Registration Number, Score /Marks.
The number of students in Bihar and Orissa who received degrees in Arts and Science in 1911-12 was only eighty nine. There was no provision for post-graduate teaching in any subject excepting History in that year. Off all the colleges in the Province, the Patna College (founded in 1863) alone had the privilege of teaching up to the Honours standard in Physics and Chemistry and also in usual Arts subjects. The Bihar National College (a school converted into a college in 1889) was affiliated up to the B.A. Pass standard in 1892 in general Arts subjects and up to the I.Sc. standard in Physics and Chemistry. The Greer Bhumihar Brahmin College at Muzaffarpur, (affiliated to the Calcutta University as a second grade College in 1899), the Tej Narayan Jubilee College at Bhagalpur (established in 1887) and the St. Columba’s College at Hazaribagh were the only other first grade colleges in Bihar. The Diamond Jubilee College at Monghyr (opened in 1898 to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of the Queen Victoria) was affiliated up to the I.A. standard only and had very few students. The idea of a Bihar School of Engineering originated with a fund raised by Bihar to commemorate the visit of the Prince of Wales to Patna in 1876; it was formally opened in 1896.