Bachelor of Science | B.Sc.

Every curious mind wants to know the answer to questions such as: Why are things around the way they are? Why is the sky blue at daytime and why it becomes orange at evening? Why can we see anything in the presence of light? Why does a ball fall to the ground but an aeroplane can fly?

The Scientific journey of finding the answer to these "WHY's" is the study of PHYSICS. Physics explains the reasons behind each and every natural phenomena/event happening around us. Physics is the science of energy, force and motion, and helps us to understand properties of matter, energy and their interaction in the space-time regime. Physics is the stream which tries to resolve the puzzles of nature and use this knowledge to develop new technologies to ease the life of mankind.


  • RBPT
  • Flipped Learning.
  • Google Classroom.
  • Online evaluation.
  • Online Assignment submission.
  • PowerPoint Presentation.
  • Poster preparation.
  • Group Discussion.
  • Project based learning for T.Y.B.Sc and PG students.

Programme outcomes

After successful completion of course learner will acquire:

  • Experimental skills.
  • Universally acceptable degree in Physics with theoretical and experimental advancements in electronic instrumentation.
  • A thorough quantitative and conceptual understanding of the core areas of physics (e.g. mechanics, optics, thermodynamics, quantum mechanics, electronics) use contemporary experimental apparatus and analysis tools to acquire, analyze and interpret scientific data.
  • Ability to apply the principles of physics to solve new and unfamiliar problems & communicate scientific results effectively in presentations or posters. familiarize with current and recent scientific and technological developments.

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First Year (Semester- I)

This course involves the study of basic mathematical concepts and applications of them in physical situations ,Elasticity & Fluid Mechanics. The second module focuses on the study of SHM.while the third module consist of introduction of Ultrasonic and Acoustics of Buildings

The second course of semester 1 focuses on the study of basic circuit theorems,A.C.bridgesThe second module focuses on the study of Transient response of circuits & Alternating current theory while module third consist of Rectifiers & basic digital electronics.

First Year (Semester- II)

In the second semester, an extensive study of atomic physics & X rays.the second module consist of radioactivity &introduction of nuclear physics.The third module involves the study of quantum mechanics.

This paper consist of applications of physics.Module 1 consist Material scienceModule 2 covers some important aspects oflaser and fiber optics and their applications.Module 3 covers the theories of biophysics and their applications.

Second Year (Semester- III)

The first Course of second year deals with the study of mathematical method /errors (any one topic).In Module 2 the student will learn about damped and forced vibrations and bending of beams in module 3.

The second course takes the learner about transistor fundamentals and amplifiers.. The second module takes up feedback in amplifiers and operational amplifier its basics and applications. While the third module consist of digital electronics consisting about flip flops SOP & POS methods ,K map for solving binary detail.

This course deals with the thermodynamics, its first, second and third laws in detail. Which covers all three modules.

Second Year (Semester- IV)

This course gives the learner information about Vector analysis in module 1 . Electrostatics & Magnetostatics is the second module consist various rules and applications while the module 3 deals with motion of charged particle in electric and magnetic field.

This course encompasses an in depth study of quantum mechanics in detail where Schrodinger steady state equation I and II deals with last two modules.

Third Year (Semester- V)

In this semester, the learner will start with a thorough study of all thermodynamic and adiabatic interactions. This course ends with a module on statistical mechanics.

This Course covers two important topics in physics i.e. Modern optics as module 2 and module 1 consist of Electrical properties of metals , where module 3 had details about Conduction in Semiconductors.

This course deals with the central dogma of the atom, the study of Hydrogen atom, Spin orbit coupling & vector atom model and Interaction of atom with magnetic field are the important topics regarding this course.

This course deals with the central dogma of the atom, the study of Hydrogen atom, Spin orbit coupling & vector atom model and Interaction of atom with magnetic field are the important topics regarding this course.

This course covers the basics of various instruments used for transducers ,its different types and applications in module 1 and power supplies ,display devices ,its working in further modules.

Detail study of Data processing circuits and various methods used for measuring and processing of digital data are explained in further modules.

This is a newly introduced discipline specific elective, which if the student choses, they will learn in dept about various communication techniques.

Another newly introduced course wherein the learner will be taught different conventional and non-conventional energy technologies

The last course of semester and compulsory course is another skill enhancement course that is entirely theoretical based.consisting of Matrices & Fourier & Laplace Transform.

Third Year (Semester- VI)

This course consists of Accelerated Frame as module 1.& Lagrange’s Mechanics and Kinematics of moving fluids & Rigid Fluid consisting further units.

Course two of the final semester takes a deeper look at electronics with respect to study of Multivibrators & Timer 555 , Differential Amplifier as the basis of op amps are in module 1 & 2 while module 3 The last module covers the with Field effect transistors.

Various types of Nuclear Reactions & Alpha, Beta & Gamma Decayis taught in module 1and 2 while 3 covers various Nuclear Models.

This course talks about Relativity, its types and its management. Learner is told about the importance of Relativity and Electromagnetism in module three.

Here the student will be able to study higher electronic topics such as microprocessor its assembly language programming & Programming techniques This knowledge is application based and helpful for higher studies in electronics.

In this course the learner will be exposed to various career prospects in physics and also gain detailed knowledge about computer programming c++. The module on IT covers basic hardware and software topics.

Application based topics on imp physics branch as optics consist of Light transportation system. Geometrical optics & various Optical techniques for material characterization.

The last course of semester 6 is another course that is entirely project based. The learner will be doing online where guidance can be provided from department.

The last course of semester and compulsory course is another skill enhancement course that is entirely theoretical based. consisting of various skills related with electric circuits.

For detail LOCF (Learning Outcome-based Curriculum framework) please refer below link