With a Master's degree in Physics you become attractive at the global level, both in the public and private sectors, in areas connected to research, consultancy, engineering, and education.
During the Master's Programme in Physics you develop working methods that are useful in a broad range of jobs, and employers value physicists due to their comprehensiveness and ability to approach various problems, analytically and systematically.
In general the programme provides a solid foundation for further research and enables the student to qualify the UGC – NET or SLET, which is the gateway for your career in teaching at higher education level. You may choose to continue studies at the Ph.D. level, or proceed with research for the technological industry or research institutions of national importance like ISRO, BARC, DRDO, NPL …etc. The technological industry offers numerous jobs that require experimental and computer simulation competence.
An alternative is to supplement the M.Sc. degree in Physics with practical pedagogic education; hence you will qualify for teaching Physics in senior secondary school.