Physics
Program: B.Sc. Part-I Sem-I
Course: DSC-2A Mechanics-II

Course Objective
  • To understand Newton’s law of gravitation and to study an application of its laws, in daily life or universal applications.
  • To understand the problem-solving method. How to solve a given problem, related to that particular phenomenon.
  • To study the elastic property of material & how we apply it in the construction field, we study elastic limit of any material.
  • To study the Surface tension phenomenon of liquid & how to measure it experimentally.
Course Outcomes
Students are able:
  • To understand Newton’s law of gravitation and its applications.
  • To understand how to solve a given problem.
  • To understand the elastic property of a material and its applications.
  • To understand Surface tension phenomenon of liquid and method to find it forgiven particular liquid.
Program: B.Sc. Part-I Sem-II
Course: DSC-B Electricity and Magnetism-I
Course Objectives
This paper is designed:
  • To establish the first grounding in vector analysis and electrostatics.
  • To promote the understanding of basic concepts in vectors.
  • To provide the necessary background for applications of scalar and vector product and divergence, gradient and curl.
  • To clarify the concepts of electric flux, Gauss’s theorem of electrostatics, electric dipole, etc.
  • To encourage the students to solve the examples based on the applications of vectors.
  • To enhance the thinking of students and motivate them to relate the concepts practically.
Course Outcomes
Students are able:
  • To solve the problems and interpret the examples.
  • To understand the basics of vector algebra and electrostatics.
  • To develop a comprehension of the basis of broad knowledge in electrostatics.
  • To build critical thinking and develop problem-solving skills.
  • To understand the theorems such as Gauss divergence theorem, Stoke’s theorem of vectors, Gauss’s theorem in dielectrics, etc.
Program: B.Sc. Part-I Sem-II Physics
Course: DSC-2B Electricity and Magnetism-II
Course Objectives
This paper is designed:
  • To establish the first grounding in electricity and magnetism.
  • To promote the understanding of basic concepts in AC circuits, Magnetism etc.
  • To motivate, explain and derive the integral form of Maxwell’s equations.
  • To provide the necessary background for applications of electromagnetic waves.
  • To make students understand the laws of magnetism, magnetic properties of materials, Faraday’s laws, Maxwell’s equations etc.
  • To solve the problems and answer the conceptual questions applying Maxwell’s equations, Faraday’s laws etc.
Course Outcomes
Students are able:
  • To solve the problems and interpret the examples.
  • To understand the basics of Electricity and laws of magnetism.
  • To understand the complex numbers, LCR circuit, Biot-Savart’s law, Maxwell’s equations, Faraday’s law etc.
  • To develop a comprehension of the current basis of broad knowledge in electricity.
  • To build a critical thinking and develop problem-solving skills.
Program: B.Sc. Part –II  Sem – III  Physics
Course: Paper – VI  Electronics and Semiconductor Devices
Course Objectives
This paper is designed:
  • To provide the necessary background for applications of electronics in day-to-day life.
  • To understand problem-solving methods and provide basic knowledge of electronics.
  • To understand the concepts of semiconductor materials, Boolean algebra, basic gates, EX-OR, EX-NOR gates, half adder and full adder.
  • To give a familiarization of various electronic components.
  • To analyze the components associated with digital and analog electronic systems.
  • To make the students read, understand and solve the examples.
Course Outcomes
Students are able:
  • To solve the problems and interpret the examples.
  • To maintain digital and analog devices and circuits.
  • To analyze components associated with digital and analog electronic systems.
  • To assist in the design and test logic circuits on their own.
  • To understand the concepts of digital and analog electronics.
  • To familiarize the various logic circuits and other electronic components.
Program: B.Sc. Part-II  Sem-IV Physics
Course: Paper – VIII  Relativity and Modern physics
Course Objectives
This paper is designed:
  • To demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental postulates and principles of special relativity and Quantum Mechanics.
  • To apply the principles of Quantum mechanics to predict the results of measurements in simple systems such as a free particle, potential well, etc.
  • To solve the problems and answer conceptual questions applying the principles of Quantum Mechanics, Atomic Physics and Special Relativity.
  • To provide a simple and clear explanation of main physical concepts and motivate them to relate the concepts practically.
  • To clarify these concepts and theories through a broad range of current applications and examples.
  • To enhance critical thinking, analytical reasoning and problem-solving skills.
  • To discuss the problems confronting Modern Physics in the 21st century. 
Course Outcomes
Students are able:
  • To understand the basic principle of the special theory of relativity.
  • To apply practical experience gained in the experimental methodologies used in some experiments.
  • To understand nuclear reactions.
  • To critically assess a range of applications of nuclear technology.
  • To understand the intuitive ideas of the Relativity, Quantum Physics, and Nuclear Physics.
  • To develop a comprehension of the current basis of broad knowledge in Modern Physics.
  • To build critical thinking and problem-solving skills.