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Course Outcomes : B.Sc. Ist Year
MECHANICS, MECHANICS LAB, ELECTRICITY, MAGNETISM AND EMT
Name of the Course PHYSICSDSC 1A : MECHANICS (Credits : Theory04) Theory
Code PHYS101TH
Course Outcomes
Students will be able to articulate and describe :
 Relative motion. Inertial and noninertial reference frames.
 Parameters defining the motion of mechanical systems and their degrees of freedom.
 Study of the interaction of forces between solids in mechanical systems.
 Centre of mass and inertia tensor of mechanical systems.
 Application of the vector theorems of mechanics and interpretation of their results.
 Newton’s laws of motion and conservation principles.
 Introduction to analytical mechanics as a systematic tool for problemsolving.
Name of the Course PHYSICSDSC 1A LAB : MECHANICS
(Credits: 02)
Code PHYS 101PR
Course Outcomes
 To develop the ability to model and analysis of mechanics using vector representation of forces and moments.
 To be able to draw freebody diagrams of mechanical components and systems.
 To understand the phenomenon of friction and the ability to solve problems related to the same. Ability to apply the principles of virtual work.
 To develop an understanding of the fundamental principles of Mechanics.
Name of the Course PHYSICSDSC 1B : ELECTRICITY, MAGNETISM AND EMT
(Credits : Theory04)Theory
Code PHYS102TH
Course Outcomes
 Ability to understand, Fundamental laws and concepts in electricity and magnetism, especially about Maxwell's laws Electrical circuits and the most common components in such : as resistors, capacitors, and inductors.
 To understand, the properties of static electric and magnetic fields and how they arise The properties of simple, timedependent electric and magnetic fields and what kind of physical phenomena they generate Electromagnetic waves and their properties and Important historical experiments in the field of electricity and magnetism.
 To analyze different problems in electromagnetism using mathematical methods involving vectors and simple differential and integral calculus, both analytically and numerically.
ELECTRICITY, MAGNETISM, AND EMT LAB
B.Sc. 2nd Year STATISTICAL AND THERMAL PHYSICS
STATISTICAL AND THERMAL PHYSICS LAB
Name of the Course PHYSICSDSC 1B LAB : ELECTRICITY, MAGNETISM AND EMT
(Credits: 02)
Code PHYS 102 PR
Course Outcomes
 Analyze electric circuits to compute currents and voltage drops, both in stationary and timedependent situations
 Solve Maxwell's equations for simple systems Have a rudimentary grasp of how experimental equipment related to electricity and magnetism can be used (this is achieved via labexercises)GENERAL COMPETENCY
 Account for the importance of electricity and magnetism in society, especially with regard to technological applications, and give concrete examples of the latter Point to a plausible physical origin of simple electromagnetic phenomena in nature
Name of the Course : PHYSICSDSC 1C: STATISTICAL AND THERMAL PHYSICS
(Credits : Theory04) Theory
Code PHYS 201TH
Course Outcomes Students will have the knowledge and skills to :
 Identify and describe the statistical nature of concepts and laws in thermodynamics, in particular: entropy, temperature, chemical potential, Free energies, and partition functions.
 Use the statistical physics methods, such as Boltzmann distribution, Gibbs distribution, FermiDirac and BoseEinstein distributions to solve problems in some physical systems.
 Apply the concepts and principles of blackbody radiation to analyze radiation phenomena in thermodynamic systems.
Name of the Course PHYSICSDSC 1C LAB : STATISTICAL AND THERMAL PHYSICS (Credits: 02)
Code PHYS 201PR
Course Outcomes : Students will have practical knowledge about :
 How to apply the concepts and laws of thermodynamics to solve problems in thermodynamic systems such as gases, heat engines refrigerators, etc
 Analyze phase equilibrium conditions and identify types of phase transitions of physical systems.
 Make connections between applications of general statistical theory in various branches of physics.
WAVES AND OPTICS
WAVES AND OPTICS LAB
SKILL ENHANCEMENT COURSE (Any four) (Credit: 04 each) SEC 1 to SEC 4
B.SC. 2nd Year(SEC) PHYSICS WORKSHOP SKILL  SEC1
Name of the Course PHYSICSDSC 1D : WAVES AND OPTICS (Credits : Theory04)
Theory
Code PHYS202TH
Course Outcomes
Students will have the knowledge and skills to :
 Appreciate the efficacy of Fourier transforms and their application to physical systems.
 Understand linear, timeinvariant systems.
 Understand the role of the wave equation and appreciate the universal nature of wave motion in a range of physical systems
 Understand dispersion in waves and model dispersion using Fourier theory.
 Understand diffraction and imaging in terms of Fourier optics and gain physical and intuitive insight into, a range of physics via the spatial Fourier Transform.
 Understand optical phenomena such as polarisation, birefringence, interference and diffraction in terms of the wave model.
Name of the Course PHYSICSDSC 1D LAB : WAVES AND OPTICS
(Credits: 02)
Code PHYS 202 PR
Course Outcomes
 Through the lab course, understand the principles of measurement and error analysis and develop skills in experimental design.
Name of the Course PHYSICS – SEC 1 : PHYSICS WORKSHOP SKILL(Credits: Theory03)+(Credits:  01Project)
Code PHYS203TH
Course Outcomes
 This course aims to create awareness among the students about the mechanical, electrical and electronic tools through handson activities.
 This course introduces the students to the workshop skills like cutting, drilling, filing, different types of AC and DC generators, soldering desoldering of electrical and electronics components, constructing regulated power supplies, etc.,
 After completing this course students will gain skills in using various workshop tools and also to find faults and general troubleshoots and wiring faults.
ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS AND NETWORK SKILLS – SEC2
B.Sc. IIIrd Year ELEMENTS OF MODERN PHYSICS
ELEMENTS OF MODERN PHYSICS LAB
Name of the Course PHYSICSSEC1/ SEC2 : ELECTRICAL
CIRCUITS AND NETWORK SKILLS
(Credits : Theory03)+(Credits :  01Project)
Code PHYS205TH
Course Outcomes
 To know the concept of study of measurement.
 To gain knowledge of electrical and electronic skills.
 To study of introduction of prime mover(machine).
 To study the of use breadboard for designing the basic
Name of the Course PHYSICSDSE 1A : ELEMENTS OF MODERN PHYSICS
(Credits: Theory04)Theory
Code PHYS301TH
Course Outcomes
 To know the concept and study of Quantum theory and its importance.
 To study Schrodinger’s wave equations for nonrelativistic particles and physical significance.
 To study the application’s Schrodinger’s equations
 To know the concept and study of Nucleus Stability.
 To study of radioactivity and emission of α, β, and γray.
Name of the Course PHYSICSDSE 1A LAB : ELEMENTS OF MODERN PHYSICS (Credits: 02) Code PHYS301PR
Course Outcomes
In this course, students would be able to understand Basic experiments of modern physics such as :
 Determination of Planck’s and Boltzmann’s constants, Determination of ionization potential, Wavelength of Hspectrum, Single and double slit diffraction, Photoelectric effect and determination of e/m.
NUCLEAR AND PARTICLE PHYSICS
B.Sc.3rd Year (SEC)
RADIATION SAFETY – SEC3
Name of the Course PHYSICSDSE 1B : NUCLEAR AND PARTICLE PHYSICS (Credits: Theory05, Tutorials01) Code PHYS304TH
Course Outcomes
 To study of general properties of nuclei.
 To know the concept of the nuclear model.
 To understand the concept of nuclear reaction
 To study of interaction of nuclear radiation with matter.
 To study detectors for nuclear radiation.
 To know the concept of particle accelerators and particle Physics.
Name of the Course PHYSICSSEC 3 : RADIATION SAFETY (Credits: Theory03)+(Credits: 01Project) Code PHYS307TH
Course Outcomes
Upon completion, successful students will be able to :
 Obtain basic information about radiation safety including understanding basic principles of ionizing radiation, the risks of working with radioactive materials/radiationproducing machines etc.
 Obtain relevant information to work safely and confidently with radiation sources while maintaining the professional standard of ALARA.
 Understand typical everyday radiation safety topics, and how radiation safety programs are implemented in a university, research, and or hospital setting.
 Obtain an indepth understanding of a studentselected radiation protection topic through an independent study project
RENEWABLE ENERGY AND ENERGY HARVESTING  SEC4
Name of the Course PHYSICSSEC 4 : RENEWABLE ENERGY AND ENERGY HARVESTING
(Credits : Theory03)+(Credits : 01Project) Code PHYS310TH
Course Outcomes
 To understand the different kinds of Energy sources.
 To study the basis of solar energy and solar radiation measurement.
 To learn the fundamental principles and theory of wind energy conversion systems.
 Students will acquire enough knowledge about renewable energy resources.
 This course helps the student to understand the concepts of energy sources and their technologies.
 To learn the environmental pollution and climate change.
 To understand the basic need for carbonfree energy students will acquire enough knowledge about renewable energy sources.
