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B.Sc. Physics

BSc. Physics undergraduate programme aims at: Read, understand and interpret physical information – verbal, mathematical and graphical. Equip students in methodology related to Physics. Impart skills required to gather information from resources and use them. To give need based education in physics of the highest quality at the undergraduate level. Perform experiments and interpret the results of observation, including making an assessment of experimental uncertainties. Provide an intellectually stimulating environment to develop skills and enthusiasms of students to the best of their potential. Use Information Communication Technology to gather knowledge at will. Attract outstanding students from all backgrounds. Course structure: The U.G.programme in Physics include (a) Common courses (b) Core courses(c) Complementary Courses (d) Open Courses and (e) Project. No course shall carry more than 4 credits. Core papers include: Semester I Methodology in Physics Semester II Mechanics and Properties of matter Semester III Electricity and Electrodynamics Semester IV Electronics- Practical Semester V Classical and Quantum Mechanics Physical Optics and Photonics Thermal and Statistical Physics Digital Electronics- practical Open course Project Semester VI Computational Physics (practical) Nuclear and Particle Physics(practical) Condensed matter Physics(practical) Relativity and Spectroscopy(practical) Choice Based Course Subsidiary Papers Subsidiary 1 – Mathematics Subsidiary 2 – Statistics

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Event Calendar

  • 06


    Students are requested to collect the Hall Tickets from College Office on 6/03/2017 at 10.00 am

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  • 09


    Inauguration of ‘VAYOVIGYAN’ ( Age Friendly College Initiative )

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  • 01


    “Traversing Borders”: A Creative workshop and Interactive Session on Translation Studies

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  • 24


    UGC sponsored National Seminar on Advancements on Polymer Science and Technology organized by Department of Chemistry on January 24 and 25th, 2017

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