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**Courses offered: B Sc (Three Years Annual System) and **

** M Sc in Physics (Two years, four Semester System)**

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**ADMISSION CUT OFF M SC PREVIOUS (GOVT. SEAT**)

SESSION | GENERAL | OBC | SC | ST | EWS | TOTAL APPLICANTS | ADMITTED |

2022-23 | 30 | ||||||

2021-22 | 30 | ||||||

2020-21 | 30 | ||||||

2019-20 | 30 | ||||||

2018-19 | 30 | ||||||

2017-18 | 20 | ||||||

2016-17 | 20 |

__B Sc Course outcome__

Physics is the natural science that involves the study of matter and it’s motion through space-time, along with related concepts such as energy and force. A student of BSc mathematics study the various branches of physics such as mechanics, electromagnetism, thermodynamics, optics, electronics, solid state physics, nuclear physics, quantum etc..... We expect that an undergraduate student (BSc mathematics) should have general understanding about...

- Implementation of basic mathematical calculations, formulas, equations for better explanation of physics laws and phenomenon such as differential and integral calculus, vector algebra, co-ordinate system, complex analysis etc.
- The basic difference between classical and modern physics. Failures of classical mechanics and development of quantum theory ( Plank's quantum concept, photoelectric effect, Compton effect).
- Fundamentals of quantum mechanics. The uncertainty principle, de’ Broglie hypothesis, Schrödinger equation.
- . Newton’s lows of motion and Newton’s equation of motion to explain the general motion of bodies. 5. Measurement system (MKS, CGS etc. ). Basic practical knowledge of measurements through scale, Vernier calliper, screw gauge, spherometer, multimeter etc.
- . Basic laws of thermodynamics ( zeroth, first, second and third law of thermodynamics). Principle of Carnot heat engine, refrigerator, cooling process (Joule Thomson effect) , degree's of freedom.
- . Optics :- - Dual nature of light - Optical phenomenon ( interference, diffraction, polarization) - Magnification and resolution of optical instruments ( lens, microscope, prism, telescope) . 8. Maxwell’s equations in thermodynamics as well as electromagnetism. Properties of electromagnetic waves and their uses.

__M Sc Course outcome__

Physics is the natural science that involves the study of matter and it’s motion through space-time, along with related concepts such as energy and force. A student of MSc physics study the various branches of physics such as classical mechanics, quantum mechanics, electrodynamics ,electronics – digital and analog ,condensed matter physics, laser, plasma, atmospheric physics, science and technology of solar hydrogen etc.....

We expect that a postgraduate student (M Sc physics) should have general understanding about...

- Implementation of basic mathematical calculations, formulas, equations for better explanation of physics laws and phenomenon such as differential and integral calculus, vector algebra, co-ordinate system, complex analysis Fourier and Laplace transformation, numerical analysis, special differential equations and boundary value problems etc...
- . The basic difference between classical and modern physics. Failures of classical mechanics and development of quantum theory (Plank’s quantum concept, photoelectric effect, Compton effect).
- . Basic understanding of classical mechanics and its application to solve the mechanical problems with the help of Poisson bracket, Euler equations, Lagrangian and Hamiltonian, symmetry and conservation law.
- . Fundamentals of quantum mechanics. The uncertainty principle, de’ Broglie hypothesis, Schrödinger equation. Application of quantum mechanics in atomic and molecular spectroscopy such as hydrogen atom, spin orbit coupling, space quantization of angular momentum etc.
- . Nuclear force properties and nuclear models (shell model, collective model.. ) and nuclear detectors and accelerators ( GM counter. ).
- . Explanation of superconductivity, BCS theory, Josephson effect and uses of superconductivity.
- . Application of statistical mechanics to explain thermodynamical system by ensemble theory.
- . Concept of laser and it’s applications .
- . Renewable energy sources technique i.e. solar cell, hydrogen fuel etc.

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