For M.Sc. Photonics, the student should have a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics/ Applied Physics/ Photonics or Bachelor of Technology in Electronics/ Electrical/ Material Science/Applied Physics.
For M.Sc. Nanoscience and Technology, the student should have a Bachelor of Science in Physics/ Applied Physics/ Chemistry / or Bachelor of Technology in Electronics/ Electrical/ Mechanical/ Material Science/ Applied Physics.
For PG Diploma in Photonics, the student should have a Master’s degree in Science in Physics/ Applied Physics/ any other branch allied to the physical sciences or a Bachelor/Master’s degree in technology in applied physics.
For all certificate courses, the minimum qualification is a Bachelor’s degree in Science/Nursing/Pharmacy/Allied Health Sciences/Technology. Those in their final year of study can also apply.