At the completion of M.sc. in Physics the students are able to Knowledge and understanding of range of Physics Equipments. Think logically and organise task into a structured from an assimilate knowledge and ideas Based on wide reading of text books and through the internet. Transfer of knowledge and method from one topic to another within the subject. Carry out practical work in the field and in the laboratory with minimal risk. Apply the scientific knowledge of basic physics and life science. Conduct investigations of complex problems by the use research based knowledge on an independent term project.
Programme Outcomes (PO), Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO), Course Outcomes (CO)
SemesterI
PAPER –I MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS
In this course the student will:
 Learn about special type of matrices that are relevant in physics and then learn about tensors.
 Get introduced to Special functions like Delta function, Dirac delta function, Bessel functions and their recurrence relations.
 Learn the fundamentals and applications of Fourier series, Fourier and Laplace transforms their inverse.
 Learn different ways of solving second order differential equations and familiarized with singular points and Frobenius method transforms etc.
 Know the method of contour integration to evaluate definite integrals of varying complexity.
 To become familiar with the method of Green’s function to solve linear differential equations with inhomogeneous term.
PAPER –II CLASSICAL MECHANICS
This paper enables the students to understand
 The Lagrangian and Hamiltonian approaches in classical mechanics.
 The classical background of Quantum mechanics and get familiarized with Poisson brackets and Hamilton Jacobi equation.
 Kinematics and Dynamics of rigid body in detail and ideas regarding Euler’s equations of motion.
 Theory of small oscillations in detail along with basis of Free vibrations.
 Basic ideas about Non linear equations and chaos.
PAPER –III ELECTRODYNAMICS AND PLASMA PHYSICS
After successful completion of the course, the student is expected to:
 Have gained a clear understanding of Maxwell’s equations and electromagnetic boundary conditions.
 Know that laws of reflection, refraction are outcomes of electromagnetic boundary conditions.
 Have grasped the idea of electromagnetic wave propagation through wave guides and transmission lines.
 Extend their understanding of special theory of relativity by including the relativistic electrodynamics.
 Understand the rather complex physical phenomena observed in plasma.
PAPER –IV ELECTRONIC
On completion of this course the student will learn about
 Field Effect Transistors, their principles and applications.
 Photonic devices like LED, Laser diode, photodetectors, solar cells etc and their working in detail. 3 Basic operational amplifier characteristics, OPAMP parameters, applications as inverter, integrator, differentiator etc.
 Digital electronics baiscsusing logic gates and working of major digital devices like flip flops, CMOS , CCD etc.
 Study the Organization and internal architecture of the Intel 8085.
SemesterII
PAPER –I QUANTUM MECHANICS I
After successful completion of this paper, the student will be wellversed in
 Linear vector spaces, Hilbert space, concepts of basis and operators and bra and ket notation.
 Both schrodinger and Heisenberg formulations of time development and their applications.
 Theory of angular momentum and spin matrices, orbital angular momentum and Clebsh Gordan
 Spacetime symmetries and conservation laws, theory of identical particles.
 Theory of scattering and calculation of scattering cross section, optical theorem, Born approximation, partial wave analysis etc.
PAPER –II STATISTICAL MECHANICS
The students should be able to,
 Explain statistical physics and thermodynamics as logical consequences of the postulates of statistical mechanics.
 Apply the principles of statistical mechanics to selected problems.
 Grasp the basis of ensemble approach in statistical mechanics to a range of situations.
 To learn the fundamental differences between classical and quantum statistics and learn about quantum statistical distribution laws.
 Study important examples of ideal Bose systems and Fermi systems.
PAPER –III ELECTRONICS & PHOTONICS DEVICES & OPTICAL MODULATORS
The students should be able to,
 To learn the Special Bipolar Devices: Diac &Triac, SCR, UJT etc.
 Explain the Unipolar Devices : JFET, MOSFET, MESFET etc.
 Learn common applications of Photonic Devices.
 Study the Optical modulator and display devices like luminescence , LCD etc.
PAPER –IV COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS & COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
The students should be able to,

Learn about the linear and nonlinear algebraic equation and their solution.

Apply the Newton cotes formula , Gauss method in polynomial equation.

Numerical solution of ordinary differential equation.

Elementary information about the digital computer principle and FORTRAN Programs.
SemesterIII
PAPER –I QUANTUM MECHANICS – II
This course will enable the student to have basic knowledge about advanced techniques like
 Approximation methods for timeindependent problems like the WKB approximation.
 The variational equation and its application to ground state of the hydrogen and Helium atom.
 Perturbation theory and Interaction of an atom with the electromagnetic field.
 Relativistic Quantum Mechanics using Dirac equation, Dirac matrices. The Klein Gordon equation etc.
PAPER –II ATOMIC & MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY
After successful completion of the course, the student is expected to:
 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.
 Have gained ability to apply the techniques of microwave and infrared spectroscopy to elucidate the structure of molecules.
 Be able to apply the principle of Raman spectroscopy and its applications in the different field of science & Technology.
 To become familiar with different resonance spectroscopic techniques and its applications.
 To find solutions to problems related different spectroscopic systems.
PAPER –III SOLID STATE PHYSICS – I
After successful completion of the course, the student is expected to
 Have a basic knowledge of crystal systems and spatial symmetries.
 Know what phonons and be able to perform estimates of their dispersive and thermal properties , be able to calculate thermal and electrical properties in the freeelectron model.
 Know Bloch’s theorem and what energy bands are and know the fundamental principles of semiconductors.
 Know the fundamentals of dielectric and ferroelectric properties of materials.
 Be able to explain superconductivity using BCS theory.
PAPER –IV ELECTRONICS
The students should be able to,
 To learn about the Microwave devices like, Klystron, Magnetron.
 Explain the Microwave wave guide & components with their modes.
 Use Microwave cavities in communication system and explain Transferred Electrons devices.
 Learn about the Radar System.
 Know Satellite Communication through the orbital satellite, geostationary satellite etc.
SemesterIV
PAPER –I NUCLEAR AND PARTICLE PHYSICS
After successful completion of the course, the student is expected to
 Have a basic knowledge of nuclear size, shape , bindingenergy.etc and also the characteristics of nuclear force in detail.
 Be able to gain knowledge about various nuclear models and potentials associated.
 Acquire knowledge about nuclear decay processes and their outcomes. Have a wide understanding regarding beta and gamma decay.
 Grasp knowledge about Nuclear reactions, Fission and Fusion and their characteristics.
 Understand the basic forces in nature and classification of particles and study in detail conservations laws and quark models in detail.
PAPER –II LASER PHYSICS AND APPLICATIONS
After successful completion of the course, the student is expected to
 Have a basic knowledge of laser physics and their working process.
 Learn about the many types of laser system such as solid state laser, gas laser, etc.
 Study advanced in laser physics like giant pulse dynamic harmonic generation, optical mixing etc.
 Explain the multiphoton processes.
 Be able to gain knowledge about various application of laser.
PAPER –III SOLID STATE PHYSICS II
This paper enables the students to understand
 Grape knowledge about Plasmon’s, Polaritons.
 Study the dielectric and ferroelectrics materials.
 Learn about the advance in magnetism theory.
 Have a gain the knowledge about the ferromagnetism and anti ferromagnetism.
 Explain the optical processes and excitons and defects in crystal structure.
PAPER –IV ELECTRONICS
The students should be able to,
 Be able to gain knowledge about the digital communication.
 Explain the digital modulation techniques.
 Study the Noise in Digital communication.
 Learn about data transmission through PSK, FSK etc.
 Understand the basic knowledge of PCM Transmission.