Physics is a fundamental natural science. Besides exploring and identifying the basic principles and laws governing the motion, energy, structure and interaction of matter, it also deals with the pertinent questions about today's era of science and technology. Physics labs covers the vast areas of research in mechanics, properties of matter, heat, sound, electricity, and magnetism, light, modern physics etc.
The course is designed to provide advanced concepts of basic Physics in first semesters concentrating on developing the basic digital and analog electronics. The second semester is designed to provide experience of handling minor electronics projects and to impart additional knowledge of Nuclear, Quantum and spectroscopy. The third semester encompasses the advanced concepts of digital and microwave electronics and statistics along with programming skill development through MATLAB. The fourth semester is specifically targeted to further strengthen the knowledge of Electronics, Microwave and Communications along with a major project in Electronics.
Duration: 2 Years
Eligibility: Minimum 50 % aggregate in Graduation in any stream of Physics & Maths
Minimum 50 % aggregate in Graduation in any stream of Physics & Maths
Selection Procedure: Merit and Interview
Merit and Interview
I SemesterSolid State PhysicsClassical MechanicsQuantum Mechanics-IElectronics
Practicals & SessionalsGeneral Physics Laboratory/ Workshop PracticeElectronics Laboratory-I
II SemesterLaser and HolographyQuantum Mechanic-2Atomic and Molecular PhysicsElectrodynamics
Practicals & SessionalsLaboratory Project â€“ IElectronics Laboratory - II
III SemesterNuclear and Particle PhysicsMathematical Methods in PhysicsThermodynamics and Statistical PhysicsAdvanced Digital Electronics
Practicals & SessionalsMicrowave and Communication LaboratoryMATLAB Laboratory
IV SemesterMicrowave Devices and CommunicationsAnalog and Digital Communication
Practicals & SessionalsMajor Project