M.Sc.,MPhil.
M.Sc.,MPhil. PhD Pursuing
M.Sc.,MPhil. PhD Pursuing
Course and Programme:
· Two Years Higher Secondary Course.
· Under Graduate Course: B.Sc. in Physics (Hons)
Addon course: Computer Hardware and Networking
Course outcome:
B.Sc. Physics Major (Non CBCS) course outcome
Course/Paper 
Course outcome 
101 
Concept of Neutonian mechanics, forces, collisions, properties of matters and classical mechanics 
201 
Concept & Ideas of kinetic energy of gases, thermodynamics, blackbody and waves and oscillations. 
301 
Concept & Ideas of geometrical optics, interference, diffraction, polarization and dispersion of light 
302 
Concept & Ideas of Electroststics, current electricity, magnetism and electromagnetic waves. 
401 
Concept & Ideas of vector calculus, tensor algebra, matrics and calculus of variation 
402 
Quantum mechanics, wave equation and operators 
501 
Concept & Ideas of differential equations, complex variable and Fourier series 
502 
Concept & ideas of electromagnetic fields, propagation of electromagnetic waves and speid relativity 
503 
Concept & ideas of quantum theory of atoms, fine structures of atoms, molecular spectra and laser. 
504 
Concept & ideas of semiconductors, transistor and oscillator, integrated circuits and digital electronics 
601 
Concept & ideas of classical statistical physics, entropy and partition function, quantum statistical physics 
602 
Concept & ideas of crystal structure, properties of solids, semiconductor materials and superconductivity 
603 
Concept of properties of atomic nuclei, nuclear models, nuclear reactions, cosmic rays and elementary particles 
604 
Concept of material science and their classification, nanomaterials, properties of nanostructured materials and nanomaterial characterization. 
B.SC. Physics Non Major(Non CBCS) course out come :
Course /Paper 
Course out come 
101 
Concept and idea in Newtonian mechanics and classical mechanics, properties of matter, thermodynamics and thermal radiation. 
201 
Behavior of light energy, properties of light……. 
301 
Electromagnetic forces, electrodynamics complete and successful theory and ideal model that all other theories strive to emulate. 
401 
Quantum mechanics 
Course Outcome for CBCS Course:
Course Name & Code 
Course Outcome 
C 1 (Mathematical Physics – I) 
At the completion of this course, a student will be able to write a problem in Physics in the language of Mathematics, identify a range of diverse mathematical techniques to formulate and solve a problem in basic Physics, analyze some of the basic mathematical concepts and methods, apply the knowledge and understanding of these mathematical methods to solve problems in a number of elementary branches of Physics like mechanics, electromagnetic theory, statistical Physics, thermal Physics etc., acquire knowledge of computer programming and numerical analysis and know its role in solving problems in Physics. Construct a problem in Physics computationally. 
C2 (Mechanics) 
At the completion of this course, a student will be able to understand the basic concepts and ideas in mechanics such as motion, force and torque, mass and moment of inertia, linear and angular momentum, kinetic energy and potential energy etc. by parallel studies of linear dynamics and rotational dynamics. Students will also learn the basic conservation laws by studying them in various mechanical systems including collisions, oscillations, gravitational systems etc., analyze simple harmonic oscillator in detail, planetary motions as a central force problem. Understand the concept of frame of reference, importance of relative transformations and invariance of laws of Physics. Realize the consequences of noninertial frame in our real physical world. Know about the peculiar phenomena of special relativity which are not seen in Newtonian relativity and to understand the concept of spacetime 
C3 (Electricity & Magnetism) 
At the completion of this course, a student will be able to: (1) Gain basic knowledge of electricity and magnetism, the electrical and magnetic properties of matter, in brief, the effect of electric field on the magnetic field and the effect of magnetic field on current. (2). Understand the basic principle of the electrical circuit (AC) 

circuit and electrical networking. (3). Acquire basic theoretical as well as experimental skills on electrical networking. 
C4 (Waves & Optics) 
At the completion of this course, a student will be able to 1. Learn the basics of wave motion. 2. Know about the behaviour of light due to its wave nature. 3. Identify and understand different phenomena due to the interaction of light with light and matter. 4. Analyze some of the fundamental laws and principles of light which is used in many important optical instruments. 
C5 (Mathematical PhysicsII) 
The course objectives are to write a problem in Physics (slightly more advanced than those in Mathematical Physics I) in the language of Mathematics; to identify a range of diverse mathematical techniques to formulate and solve a problem in basic Physics; to analyze some of the useful mathematical methods; to apply the knowledge and understanding of these mathematical methods to solve problems in a number of fundamental topics in Physics; to construct a problem in Physics computationally. 
C6 (Thermal Physics) 
At the completion of this course, a student will be able to Develop knowledge on the classical laws of thermodynamics and their application; use the knowledge of thermodynamics in various applications in allied fields like Materials science, Condensed matter Physics, Atmospheric Physics, Solar Physics, etc.; probe questions in varied fields of Physics, chemistry and biology based on principles of Thermal Physics; use the concept of thermodynamics in realworld experiences; develop critical and analytical thinking of the student on thermodynamics and allied disciplines 
C7 (Digital System of Application) 
The outcome of the course is to know about the basic laboratory equipment electronics; to understand basic digital electronics concepts and devices; to analyze digital circuits. 
C8 (Mathematical PhysicsIII) 
At the completion of this course, a student will be able to write a problem in Physics (slightly more advanced than those in Mathematical Physics I and II) in the language of mathematics; to identify a range of diverse mathematical techniques/ideas to formulate, simplify and solve some problems in Physics; Analyze some of the useful mathematical ideas and techniques; Apply the knowledge and understanding of these mathematical methods to solve problems in a number of fundamental topics in Physics; Construct a problem in Physics computationally and use simulations to design an experiment. 
C9 (Elements of Modern Physics) 
At the completion of this course, a student will be able to understand the theoretical basis for the understanding of quantum Physics as the basis for dealing with macroscopic phenomena; apply concepts of 20th Century Modern Physics to deduce the structure of atoms; explain the waveparticle duality of the photon; analyze the structure of matter at its most fundamental; develop insight into the key principles and applications of Nuclear Physics. 
C10 (Analog Systems & Application) 
At the completion of this course, a student will be able to know about the basics of semiconductor PN junctions, its various types and its application to different electronic circuits; understand bipolar 

junction transistors and its applications as amplifiers and oscillators; familiarize with operational amplifiers, its applications and analysis; develop knowledge about analogue to digital and digital to analogue conversion techniques 
GE1 (Mechanics) 
At the completion of this course, a student will be able to Understand the basics of vector algebra and the techniques of solving ordinary differential equations, basic components of mechanics like motion, force and torque, mass and moment of inertia, linear and angular momenta, kinetic energy and potential energy etc. and the conservation theorems, mechanics of gravitational systems and simple harmonic motion, elastic behaviour of materials and idea of the frame of reference and its implications in the study of special relativity. 
GE2 (Electricity & Magnetism) 
At the completion of this course, a student will be able to : 1. Understand basic knowledge of electricity and magnetism. 2. Understand basic knowledge of electrical and magnetic properties of matter in brief. 3. Understand the basic knowledge of the effect of electric field on the magnetic field and the effect of magnetic field on current. 4. Understand the basic principle of the electrical circuit (AC) circuit and electrical networking. 5. Develop basic theoretical as well as experimental skills on electrical networking. 
GE3 (Thermal Physics) 
At the completion of this course, a student will be able to develop the working knowledge of the laws and methods of thermodynamics and elementary statistical mechanics; provide insight to the postulates of Statistical Mechanics and statistical interpretation of thermodynamics; understand the laws of radiation and acquire knowledge for their applications in various disciplines in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences; develop applicationoriented knowledge on laws of statistical mechanics in selected problems; use the methodologies, conventions and tools of thermal and statistical physics to test and communicate ideas and explanation 
GE4 ( Waves & Optics) 
At the completion of this course, a student will be able to learn the basic ideas of the behaviour of light based on its wave nature; develop the knowledge of the different phenomena due to the interaction of light among them and with mater; learn about some fundamental principles of light which are used in the different optical instrument which very essential for Physics student. 
C11 (Quantum Mechanics and Applications) 
This course will enable students to 1. Learn how to apply quantum mechanics to solve physical systems in different areas of science. 2. Know about the physical behaviour of materials. 3. Learn how the scientific behaviour of materials can be used for human applications. 
C12 (Solid State Physics) 
The course will 1. Equip a student with basic concepts of solid state Physics so that the knowledge can be applied for further development of the subject. 2. Enable a student to work in both theoretical and experimental 

aspects of solid state Physics. 3. Help the students in thorough learning of the concepts associated to the course through the laboratory experiments. 
DSE1 ( Classical Dynamics) 
After completing the course, a student will be able to 1. Understand the underlying facts in the development of classical mechanics and the advantages of its formulation over Newtonian mechanics. 2. Describe mechanics of a system in terms of equation of motion. 3. Understand Lagrangian formulation and Hamiltonian formulation of mechanics and their applications in mechanical problems. 4. Study the theoretical analysis of systems oscillating with small amplitudes. 5. Observe the peculiar phenomena when transformed from Newtonian relativity to special relativity and to understand the concept of spacetime. 
DSE2 (Physics of Devices and Instruments) 
This course will enable the students to : 1. Develop knowledge about various devices like UJT, FET etc. and to use these devices for different applications. 2. Design and analyse filter circuits, power supply FET amplifiers etc. 3. Develop the basic knowledge of IC fabrications, data communication standards and communication systems. 
C13 (Electromagnetic Theory) 
At the completion of this course, a student will be able to 1. Understand the physical and mathematical principles to provide indepth analysis of the behaviour of electricity and magnetism in matter. 2. Apply Maxwell’s equations to explain the properties of the electromagnetic wave and its interaction with matter. 3. Analyze the principles and processes related to polarization, interference, and diffraction along with their applications to the development of waveguide and optical fibers. 
C14 (Statistical Mechanics) 
This course will 1. Equip the students with basic knowledge of the Statistical Mechanics and hence will be able to look critically for analyzing any physical phenomena. 2. Create interest to the subject to pursue further higher study in future. 3. Enable the students to solve any challenging physical problem in statistical mechanics. 
DSE3 ( Nuclear and Particle Physics) 
This course will enable the students to 1. Develop knowledge regarding nuclear and elementary particle as well as properties and phenomena related to them. 2. Successfully apply the same knowledge in solving problems in the field of nuclear and particle Physics. 
DSE4 ( Nano Materials and applications) 
This course will enable the students to 1. Gather sufficient knowledge about the fascinating behaviour of nanomaterials and tuning of such properties for different 

applications. 2. Obtain information on experimental methodologies with necessary theoretical background, which may be useful for pursuing further study on the areas of nanoscience and technology. 
Programme Outcome:
(1) Students will study on Mathematical Physics I; Mathematical Physics I 
(2) Student will learn on Electricity& Magnetism; Waves and Optics 
(3) Student will study on Mathematical Physics II; Thermal Physics; Digital Systems and Applications 
(4) Student will study on Mathematical Physics III; Elements of Modern Physics; Elements of Modern Physics 
(5) Concept & Ideas of differential equations, complex variable and Fourier series; Concept & ideas of electromagnetic fields, propagation of electromagnetic waves and speed relativity; Concept & ideas of the quantum theory of atoms, fine structures of atoms, molecular spectra and laser; Concept & ideas of semiconductors, transistor and oscillator, integrated circuits and digital electronics 
(6) Concept & ideas of classical statistical physics, entropy and partition function, quantum statistical physics; Concept & ideas of crystal structure, properties of solids, semiconductor materials and superconductivity; Concept of properties of atomic nuclei, nuclear models, nuclear reactions, cosmic rays and elementary particles; Concept of material science and their classification, nanomaterials, properties of nanostructured materials and nanomaterial characterization 
Syllabus:
· The Department follows the syllabus of its affiliating university.
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