The department is one of the leading and dedicated departments in the college, which has established in the academic year 1992, with the foundation of Science department in separate building. In accordance with the mission and vision of our college, our well-qualified and enthusiastic faculty members provide quality education to the rural students. Our department always motivates the students to achieve excellence in every field of life. There is always a promising prospect for students with a background in Physics in academic institutions, research establishments and information technology sectors. Therefore, our students have employment opportunities to endure in this era of globalization.
In this era of Science and Technology, Physics is the backbone of almost all disciplines of Science and Technology. The following list of various branches of Science and Technology will depict the importance of Physics. All disciplines of Engineering’s, Space Science, Digital Electronics & Computer Science, Seismic Science, Agro and Pharmaceutical Technology, Energy Science,Electronics Telecommunication, Meteorology, Weather Science,Remote Sensing, All branches of Instrumentations, Robotic Science, Aviations & Navigation, War affair Science,Industrial Automation, Medical Science, Microwave Engineering and Mechatronics
Course Outcome(COs):
Following are the course outcome of Physics Course
Programme | Name of Course | Course Outcome |
B.Sc.I | SEMESTER I : Paper I - Mechanics, Properties of Matter and Sound | CO1: To study law of gravitation and its verification CO2: To study law of elasticity and derive its physical constants. CO3: To study generation of ultrasonic waves and understand its application. CO4: To study laws of acoustics and understand need of acoustics of buildings. CO5: To study Bernoulli’s theorem and understand its practical applications and determine surface tension by Jaeger’s method. |
Paper II - Heat and Thermodynamics | CO1: To study modes of transfer of heat. CO2: To understand different methods heat flow. CO3: Compare conductivities of different metals. CO4: To study Van Der Waal’s Equation of State and Compare its experimental curves. CO5: To study thermal conductivity dependence on temperature and pressure. CO6: To study Kelvin and Celsius law. CO7: To study Carnot’s ideal heat engine and T- ds | |
SEMESTER II : Paper IV - Geometrical and Physical Optics | CO1: To study different laws of optics. CO2: To study different types of lenses and its applications. CO3: To study Michelson Interferometer and determine wavelength of light. CO4: To study different laws of diffraction and polarization. | |
Paper V - Electricity and Magnetism | CO1: To study different Mathematical interpretation of laws and theorems. CO2: To study different of laws of Electrostatics. CO3: To study different laws of Magnetostatics CO4: To study different types of growth and decay of current. | |
B.Sc.II | SEMESTER III : Paper VII - Mathematical, Statistical Physics and Relativity | CO1: To study differentiation and ordinary differentiation. CO2: To study statistical, classical statistics. CO3: To study quantum statistics. CO4: To study theory of relativity. |
Paper VIII - Modern and Nuclear Physics | CO1: To study photoelectric effect and application of photoelectric cell. CO2: To study X rays spectra and its characteristics. CO3: To study nuclear forces and models. CO4: To study different particle accelerator and detector. | |
SEMESTER IV : Paper XI – General Electronics | CO1: To study functions of different types of electronics components. CO2: To study transistor biasing and amplifiers. CO3: To study working of oscillators and Multivibrators. CO4: To study types of modulation. | |
Paper XII - Solid State Physics | CO1: To study types of crystal structures. CO2: To study types of bonding and band theory of solids. CO3: To study thermal properties of solids. CO4: To study free electron theory of metals. | |
B.Sc.III | SEMESTER V : Paper XVII – Classical and Quantum Mechanics | CO1: To study different laws of classical mechanics. CO2: To study origin of quantum theory. CO3: To study wave particle duality and its applications. CO4: To study Schrodinger’s wave equation and its applications. |
Paper XVIII - Electrodynamics | CO1: To study laws of electrostatics. CO2: To study Faraday’s laws of electrodynamics. CO3: To study different properties of electromagnetic waves. CO4: To study interaction of electromagnetic waves with matter. | |
SEMESTER VI : Paper XXI – Atomic Molecular Physics and LASER | CO1: To study different atomic models. CO2: To study vector atom model. CO3: To study molecular spectra and Raman’s effect. CO4: To study different types of LASERs. | |
Paper XXII – Non Conventional Energy Sources and Optical Fibre | CO1: To study the Non Conventional Energy Sources. CO2: To study solar photovoltaic system. CO3: To study optical fiber cables and its applications. CO4: To study fabrication of fiber cable. |
Programme Outcomes (POs)
1. Make use of different laws of physics to solve the physical problems.
2. Apply the formulae for solving physics problems.
3. Conduct experiments in physics and verify laws and interpret them.
4. Make use of the modern tools to learn the physics.
5.To disseminate the physics effectively.
6.. Demonstrate the knowledge in physics by performing the physics projects effectively.
Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs):
After completion of course students are able to have a specific outcome which is listed as below.
1: To understand law of gravitation and its verification 2: To clarify law of elasticity and derive its physical constants. 3: To understand generation of ultrasonic waves and understand its application. 4: To understand laws of acoustics and understand need of acoustics of buildings. 5: To know Bernoulli’s theorem and understand its practical applications and determine surface tension by Jaeger’s method. 6: To know modes of transfer of heat. 7: To understand different methods heat flow. 8: To understand conductivities of different metals. 9: To know Van Der Waal’s Equation of State and Compare its experimental curves. 10: To clarify thermal conductivity dependence on temperature and pressure. 11: To know Kelvin and Celsius law. 12: To understand Carnot’s ideal heat engine and T- ds 13: To understand different laws of optics. 14: To know different types of lenses and its applications. 15: To understand Michelson Interferometer and determine wavelength of light. 16: To understand different laws of diffraction and polarization. 17: To know different Mathematical interpretation of laws and theorems. 18: To know different of laws of Electrostatics. |
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