Department- Physics

                Departmentof Physics

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES: B. Sc.PHYSICS

 

 

Department of Physics

After successful completion of three year degree program in physics a student should be able to;

Programme Outcomes

PO-1. Demonstrate, solve and an understanding of major concepts in all disciplines of physics.

PO-2. Solve the problem and also think methodically, independently and draw a logical conclusion.

PO-3. Employ critical thinking and the scientific knowledge to design, carry out, record and analyze the results of Physics experiments.

PO-4. Create an awareness of the impact of Physics on the society, and development outside the scientific community.

PO-5.  To inculcate the scientific temperament in the students and outside the scientific community.

PO-7.  Use modern techniques, decent equipments.

Programme Specific Outcomes

PSO-1. Gain the knowledge of Physics through theory and practical’s. PSO-2. Understand good laboratory practices and safety.

PSO-3. Develop research oriented skills.

PSO-4. Make aware and handle the sophisticated instruments/equipments.

Course Outcomes B. Sc  Physics

B.Sc. -I

Course

Outcomes

After completion of these courses students should be able to;

Mechanics, Oscillations & Properties of matters

CO-1. Know the Cartesian, spherical polar and cylindrical co-ordinate systems.

CO-2. To understand the Waves & Oscillations

CO-3. To understand the defiantion of centre of mass

CO-4  Understand Newton’s Laws of motion.

CO-5  Know the difference between Laboratory and centre of mass systems.

 

Electricity, Magnetism & Electromagnetic Theory

CO-1  Know the vocabulary & concept of physics as it applies to: Principle of electronic fields, electric potential etc.

CO-2. To understand the laws of gauss & its applications.

 CO-3. Analysis the relation between B, H & M.

 CO-4. Gain confidence in their ability to apply mathematical methods to understand electromagnetic problem to real life situations.


                                                        B.Sc. –II

Thermodynamics, kinetics theory & Statistical mechanics

CO-1. To study Maxwell Relations and Application.

CO-2. Know the elementary concept of statistics

CO-3. . Understand statistical distribution of system of particles.

   CO-4. .To study statistical ensembles.

Waves , Acaustics & Optics

CO-1.Understand the basic of wave of optics & ability to compute basic quantities in optics.

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CO-2. Learn to use methods for solving differential equations..

CO-3. Study the Group velocity & phase velocity.

  CO-4. Understand the theory laser system & application of laser.

 

                                

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                    B.Sc. –III

Relativity, Quantummechanics , atomic molecular & Nuclear Physics

 

CO1 Understand the propagation of light Michelson Morley      Experiment &b search the ether

C02: Gain a clear picture of nuclear composition and various nuclear models.

C03: Have a deep knowledge about Radio activity, nuclear Fission and Nuclear Fusion, the relevance of nuclear transformation.

CO 4To study the basic principles of quantum mechanics.

CO 5. Explain the operator formulation of quantum mechanics.

CO 6. Student learn the concept of wave function.

CO 7. Student will learn Schrodinger equation and their applications. CO 8. To study role of uncertainty in quantum physics

Solid state physics, solid state device & Electronics.

 

CO1. Describe the difference between crystalline and amorphous materials.

CO2. Describe the arrangement of atoms and ions in crystalline structures

CO3. Schematically diagram face-centered cubic, body-centered cubic and hexagonal close packed unit cells.

CO4. Recognize and also give the lattice parameter relationships for all seven crystal systems--i.e., cubic, hexagonal, tetragonal, rhombohedral, orthorhombic, monoclinic, and triclinic.

CO5. Given a unit cell and the Miller indices for a plane, draw the plane represented by these indices referenced to this unit cell.

CO 6. Given the unit cell for some crystal structure, be able to draw the atomic packing arrangement for a specific crystallographic plane.

CO7. Explain the use of X-ray diffraction measurements in determining crystalline structures

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                 Programme Outcomes: M. Sc. Physics

 

Department of Physics

After successful completion of two year degree program in physics a student should be able to;

Programme Outcomes

PO-1. Apply the skill and knowledge in the design and development of electronic circuits to fulfill the needs of small scale electronic industry.

PO-2.Demonstrate, solve and an understanding of major concepts in all

disciplines of physics.

PO-3. Solve the problem and also think methodically, independently and draw a logical conclusion.

PO-4. Employ critical thinking and the scientific knowledge to design, carry out, record and analyze the results of Physics experiments.

PO-5. Create an awareness of the impact of Physics on the society, and development outside the scientific community.

PO-6. To inculcate the scientific temperament in the students and outside the scientific community.

PO-7. Use modern techniques, decent equipments and Phonics software’s PO-8. Become professionally trained in the area of electronics, material

science, lasers and nonlinear circuits.

Programme Specific Outcomes

PSO-1. Introduce advanced techniques and ideas required in developing area of Physics.

PSO-2. Enhance students‟ ability to develop mathematical models for physical systems.

PSO-3 Gain the knowledge of Physics through theory and practical‟s.

PSO-4. Understand and apply principles of physics for understanding the scientific phenomenon in classical and quantum physics.

PSO-5. Understand and apply statistical methods for describing the quantum and classical a particles phenomenon in various physical systems.

PSO-6. Understand good laboratory practices and safety. PSO-7. Develop research oriented skills.

PSO-8. Make aware and handle the sophisticated instruments/equipments.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                               

                                  COURSEOUTCOME SEMESTER – I

 

Course

Outcomes

After completion of these courses students should be able to;

Mathematical physics

CO 1 Learn about special type of matrices that are relevant in physics and then learn about tensors.

CO 2  Learn different ways of solving second order differential equations and familiarized with singular points and  Frobenius  method.

CO 3 Get introduced to Special functions like Gamma function, Beta function, Delta function, Dirac delta function, Bessel functions and their recurrence relations

CO 4 Learn the fundamentals and applications of Fourier series, Fourier and Laplace transforms, their inverse transforms etc

Classical Mechanics

CO1 The Lagrangian and Hamiltonian approaches in classical mechanics.

CO2 The classical background of Quantum mechanics and get familiarized with Poisson brackets and Hamilton -Jacobi equation

C03 Kinematics and Dynamics of rigid body in detail and ideas regarding Euler’s equations of motion

CO4 Theory of small oscillations in detail along with basis of Free vibrations. .

Electrodynamics & plasma physics

C01 : have gained a clear understanding of Maxwell’s equations and electromagnetic boundary conditions.

C02 : know that laws of reflection, refraction are outcomes of electromagnetic boundary conditions. They will also be able design dielectric coatings which act like antireflection coatings. They will be able to distinguish between a good metal and a good dielectric.

C03 : have grasped the idea of electromagnetic wave propagation through wave guides and transmission lines.

C04 : extend their understanding of special theory of relativity by including the relativistic electrodynamics.

C05 : understand the rather complex physical phenomena observed in plasma

Electronics

CO1 Basic operational amplifier characteristics, OPAMP parameters ,applications as inverter, integrator, differentiator etc

CO2. Digital electronics basics using logic gates and working of major digital devices like flip flops, CMOS ,CCD etc

  C03 Karunaghmaps, flipFlops, counters and working of Microprocessor in detail.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                  COURSE OUTCOME SEMESTER – II

 

 

                                                                   

Quantum Mechanics-I

CO1 Linear vector spaces, Hilbert space, concepts of basis and operators and bra and ket notation

CO2 Both schrodinger and Heisenberg formulations of time development and their applications

CO3 Theory of angular momentum and spin matrices, orbital angular momentum and Clebsh Gordan Coefficient

CO4 Space-time symmetries and conservation laws, theory of identical particles

CO5 Theory of scattering and calculation of scattering cross section, optical theorem ,Born and Elkonal approximation, partial wave analysis etc.

Statistical Mechanics

CO1.Explain statistical physics and thermodynamics as logical consequences of the postulates of statistical mechanics

CO2. Apply the principles of statistical mechanics to selected problems

 CO3. Grasp the basis of ensemble approach in statistical mechanics to a range of situations

CO4 To learn the fundamental differences between classical and quantum statistics and learn about quantum statistical distribution laws

CO5 Study important examples of ideal Bose systems and Fermi systems

Electronics & photonic devices

CO-1.To study solar photovoltaics (SPV).

CO1. Field Effect Transistors, their principles and applications

CO2 Photonic devices like LED, Laser diode, photodetectors, solar cells etc and their working in detail

 

Computational Methods & programming

CO-1.Student knows the process control system.

CO-2. Student understands different Principals of control system.

CO-3.Lern the analog and digital controllers

CO-4. Know modeling , simulation and MATLAB/ Sci. Lab programming

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                COURSE OUTCOME SEMESTER – III

 

Quantum Mechanics-I

Co 1 Students are expected to be well-versed in Linear vector spaces, Hilbert space, concepts of basis and operators and bra and ket notation.

Co 2 To learn theory of angular momentum and spin matrices, orbital angular momentum and Clebsh Gordan Coefficient.

Co 3 To understand Space-time symmetries and conservation laws, theory of identical particles.

Atomic And Molecular Physics

Co 1 Know about different atom model and will be able to differentiate different atomic systems, different coupling schemes and their interactions with magnetic and electric fields.

Co 2 Have gained ability to apply the techniques of microwave and infrared spectroscopy to elucidate the structure of molecules

Co 3 Be able to apply the principle of Raman spectroscopy and its applications in the different field of science & Technology.

Co 4 To become familiar with different resonance spectroscopic techniques and its applications.

Solid State Physics- I

Co 1 In this paper students study about various crystal imperfections atomic diffusion and different kind of crystal bindings.

Co 2 To understand different type of excitations in solid such as plasmons, polaritons and magnons and their importance.

Electronics (Communication)-I

Co 1 Understand the basics of electronics communication and types of communication

Co 2. Describe different propagation modes of signals

Co 3. Understand the concept of digital communication .

Co 4. Understand fiber optics communication system and concept of modern communication system.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                            COURSE OUTCOMESEMESTER – IV

 

 

Nuclear & Particle Physics

Co1 After successful completion of the course, the student is expected to have a basic knowledge of nuclear size, shape.

Co 2 Understand the concept of bindingenergy.etc and also the characteristics of nuclear force in detail.

Co 3 Explore an application of nuclear and/or radiation physics and communicate their understanding to a group of their peers in a short presentation.

Laser Physics and Applications

CO1: Absorption and spontaneous and stimulated emission in two level system, the effects of homogeneous and inhomogeneous line broadening, and the conditions for laser amplification. CO2: Operations of the Fabry-Perot cavity including mode separation and line-widths, laser gain conditions, gain clamping in both homogeneous and inhomogeneous line broadened media.

CO3: The four-level laser system, the simple homogeneous laser and its output behaviour and optimal operating conditions.

CO4: Spectral properties of a single longitudinal mode, mode locked laser operation, schemes for active and passive mode locking in real laser system.

CO5: Operations and basic properties of the most common laser types, He-Ne, Argon-ion, and carbondioxide, ruby, titanium sapphire, neodymium YAG and glass, knowledge of other main laser types.

CO6: Matrix optics of the laser cavity and stability conditions.

CO 7 Basics of Gaussian beam in laser cavity and optical properties of laser output, design of stable laser cavities using Gaussian beam optics, the ABCD law for Gaussian beams.

Solid State Physics -II

CO 1 Students are expected to be well-versed in Dielectric function of the electron gas, Plasma optics, Dispersion relation for EM wave, Transverse optical modes in Plasma, Transparency of Alkali metals in the ultraviolet, Longitudinal Plasma oscillations, Plasmon, electrostatic screening and screened Coulomb potential, Mott metal-insulator transition.

CO 2 . Understand the concept of Maxwell’s equations, polarization, macroscopic electric field, depolarization filed, E1;local electric field at an atom, Lorentz filed E2, fields of dipoles inside cavity

Electronics II (Communication)

CO 1 To give knowledge of Pulse modulation systems, Sampling Theorem, Low pass &Band pass signal,

CO 2 To introduce basics of Sources of noise, Frequency domain representation of noise, Effect of filtering on the probability density of Gaussian noise.

CO 3 To understand working of Mixing involving noise, binear filtering, Noise bandwidth, Quadrature component o f noise, Power spectral density of nc(t) ns (t) & their time derivative

CO 4 To introduce basic aspect of Noise in pulse code & delta modulation system, PCM transmission, Calculation of quantization noise output signal power, Effect of thermal noise, output signal to noise ratio in PCM, DM, Quantization noise in DM, output signal power, DM output signal to quantization noise ratio, effect of thermal noise in delta modulation, output signal to niose ratio in DM.

 

 



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