Yes! An engineering physics degree (M.Tech) is an ideal program for those who have completed their B.Sc. in Physics Honours. It is the perfect way to build on the theoretical and applied knowledge you acquired in your undergraduate studies while taking it to an advanced level. The emphasis of the course is typically on projects and industrial environment and would thus providing greater exposure to practical engineering than the B.Sc. program did. Through this program, you would have the opportunity to specialize in areas such as Computational Physics, Electronics and Optics, Communications and Sensor Technology, or Nuclear and High-Energy Physics. You would also be able to develop various skills such as application development, project development, or systems engineering. All of these skills would be of great value in the professional world.