Here is the complete set of Mathematical Physics Previous Year Papers compiled by Manas Sarma. They are categorized on the basis of the years. The files are in pdf format stored on onedrive, don’t worry, you can view them without signing in. Don’t forget to share and subscribe.

**Mathematical Physics papers for 2010:**

B.SC (HONS) I PHYSICS PAPER I (MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS – I )2010

**Mathematical Physics papers for 2011:**

B.SC. (HONS) III PHYSICS PAPER XVII (MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS II ) 2011

B.SC. (HONS.) PHYSICS – II SEM PAPER PHHT -203 MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS 2011

B.Sc. (Hons.)PHYSICS III Sem. PAPER PHHT-307 Mathematical Physics-III 2011

B.Sc.(Hons.) PHYSICS I Sem. PAPER-PHHT-101 (Mathematical Physics)2011

**Mathematical Physics papers for 2012:**

B.SC. (Hons.) Physics Mathematical Physics-I (PHHT-101) SEM-I(6201) 2012

BSC (HONS) PHYSICS PART I MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS I 2012

BSC (HONS) PHYSICS PART II MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS III 2012

BSC (HONS) PHYSICS PART III MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS V 2012

**Mathematical Physics papers for 2013:**

B SC HONS PHYSICS MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS IV PHHT-411 SEM IV 2013

B SC HONS PHYSICS PHHT-203 MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS II SEM II 2013

B.SC. (Hons.) Physics Mathemathical Physics —V(PHHT-515) SEM-V(6215)2013

B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics Mathematical Physics-I(PHHT-101) SEM-I(7876) 2013

B.SC. (Hons.) Physics Mathematical Physics-III – PHHT-307 SEM-III(6207) 2013

**Mathematical Physics papers for 2014:**

Mathematical Physics II (Sem III) FYUP 2014 DU Paper

**Mathematical Physics papers for** —- year:

B.SC. (HONS) II PHYSICS PAPER IX (MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS – II )

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