Semester |
Course code |
Course title |
Course outcomes |
I (core) |
PY 1141 |
Basic Mechanics and Properties of Matter |
CO 1: Expose to the basic principles behind mechanics and properties of matter
CO 2: Understand the concepts of moment of inertial and design its applications
CO 3: Brings into limelight the meaning and applications of properties of matter like
elasticity, viscosity, surface tension etc.
CO 4: Introduce to higher courses related to mechanics and properties of matter
CO 5: Obtain numerical solutions to problems related to mechanics & properties of matter |
I (compl) |
PY 1131.1 |
Mechanics and Properties of Matter |
CO 1: Gets an idea about the properties of solids such as elastic properties, surface tension and viscosity
CO 2: Exploit mathematical principles to obtain the properties of solids and fluids
CO 3: Provides strong base to the application side of mathematics.
CO 4: Obtain the basics of mechanics
CO 5: Uses numerical problems to strengthen the concepts learned |
I (compl) |
PY 1131.2 |
Rotational Dynamics and Properties of Matter |
CO 1: Understand rotational motion, which plays an important role in the Universe
CO 2: Apply theorems to find out moment of inertia of various systems for designing flywheel, shaft etc.
CO 3: Understand elasticity, bending moment and twisting couple for designing shape of girder
CO 4: Develop knowledge in Dynamics of rigid bodies, Mechanics of solids, Viscosity
CO 5: Develop skill to solve numerical problems in Dynamics of rigid bodies, Mechanics of solids, Viscosity |
I (compl) |
PY 1131.4 |
Mechanics and Properties of Matter |
CO 1: Gets an idea about the properties of solids such as elastic properties, surface tension and viscosity
CO 2: Exploit mathematical principles to obtain the properties of solids and fluids
CO 3: Provides strong base to the application side of mathematics.
CO 4: Obtain the basics of mechanics
CO 5: Uses numerical problems to strengthen the concepts learned |
II (core) |
PY 1241 |
Heat and Thermodynamics |
CO 1: Understand the basic laws of heat transfer
CO 2: Analyze the problems involving steady state heat conduction
CO 3: Understand the concepts of internal energy, entropy, enthalpy and specific Volume thermodynamic properties
CO 4: Obtain the concepts of various thermodynamic laws
CO 5: Analyze numerical problems to consolidate the concepts of heat & thermodynamics |
II (compl) |
PY 1231.1 |
Thermal Physics and Statistical Mechanics |
CO 1: Obtain theoretical basis of heat conduction processes
CO 2: Derive the basic laws of thermal physics
CO 3: Obtain the concepts of microstates, microstates, thermodynamic probability
CO 4: Obtain the fundamental laws in statistical mechanics
CO 5: Analyze numerical and conceptual problems |
II (compl) |
PY 1231.2 |
Thermal Physics |
CO 1: Develop knowledge in diffusion and transmission of heat.
CO 2: Understand diffusion and transmission of heat with specific examples
CO 3: Develop skill to solve numerical problems in diffusion and transmission of heat |
II (compl) |
PY 1231.4 |
Thermal Physics and Physics of the Earth |
CO 1: Develop knowledge in diffusion and transmission of heat.
CO 2: Understand diffusion and transmission of heat with specific examples
CO 3: Introduces to solar system, continental drift theory, gravitation, tidal effects, ionosphere, magnetosphere, etc. |
III (core) |
PY 1341 |
Electrodynamics |
CO 1: Understand the general aspects of electrodynamics through electrostatics and magnetostatics
CO 2: Introduce the vital laws of electrostatics and magnetostatics
CO 3: Understand the concepts of electrodynamics through Maxwell”s equations and to achieve the concept of inseparability of electric and magnetic effects
CO 4: Understand the theoretical framework of transient and alternating currents
CO 5: Obtain solutions to numerical and conceptual problems related to electrodynamics |
III (compl) |
PY 1331.1 |
Optics, Magnetism and Electricity |
CO 1: Mathematically analyze interference, total internal reflection etc.
CO 2: Obtain the expression for maximum and minimum intensities of different kinds of diffraction phenomena
CO 3: Familiarize the basis laws and theorems regarding magnetism
CO 4: Obtain a thorough idea regarding electric circuits
CO 5: Analyze numerical problems to familiarize the principles studied |
III (compl) |
PY 1331.2 |
Optics, Magnetism and Electricity |
CO 1: Obtain theoretical and mathematical ideas of interference, diffraction and polarisation.
CO 2: Get idea of laser and fibre optics
CO 3: Obtain basic concepts of magnetism
CO 4: Deduce AC circuits with various combinations of L, C & R.
CO 5: Solve numerical problems regarding the topics studied. |
III (compl) |
PY 1331.4 |
Optics and Electrodynamics |
CO 1: Obtain theoretical and mathematical ideas of interference, diffraction and polarisation.
CO 2: Get idea of laser and fibre optics
CO 3: Obtain basic concepts of magnetism
CO 4: Deduce AC circuits with various combinations of L, C & R.
CO 5: Introduces to sharpness of resonance-power factor and choke coil-transformers |
IV (core) |
PY 1441 |
Classical and Relativistic Mechanics |
CO 1: To solve the equations of motion of a particle in different force fields under Newtonian framework and extend it to a system of particles
CO 2: Understand the concepts of collision and central force problems through the examples of different kinds of systems
CO 3: Achieve the basic formations of Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics
CO 4: Obtain the concepts of transformation equations and to arrive at the concepts of Einstein‟s relativity theory |
IV (core) |
PY 1442 |
Basic Physics Lab 1 |
CO 1: Develop experimental skill through a wide range experiments, those theoretical concepts are studied in first four courses
CO 2: Improve the data analysis, mathematical and graphical skills with the experiments |
IV (compl) |
PY1431.1 |
Modern Physics and Electronics |
CO 1: Gets an idea of atomic structure
CO 2: Familiarize the concepts of superconductivity
CO 3: Obtain knowledge regarding spectroscopy
CO 4: Study the circuits and mathematical analysis of circuits consisting of diodes, transistors and logic gates
CO 5: Solve numerical problems |
IV (compl) |
PY 1431.2 |
Atomic Physics, Quantum Mechanics and Electronics |
CO 1: Gets idea of atom model theoretically
CO 2: Obtain knowledge about superconductivity and spectroscopic techniques
CO 3: Gets basis ideas of quantum mechanics
CO 4: Analyze electronics circuits
CO 5: Solve numerical problems regarding atomic structure and electronics |
IV (compl) |
PY 1431.4 |
Modern Physics, Electronics and Crystallography |
CO 1: Gets an idea of atomic structure
CO 2: Familiarize the concepts of superconductivity
CO 3: Obtain knowledge regarding spectroscopy
CO 4: Introduces to Boolean algebra and Boolean operations |
IV (compl) |
PY 1432 |
Physics Practical (for complementary subjects) |
CO 1: Develop experimental skill through a wide range experiments, those theoretical concepts are studied in first four courses
CO 2: Improve the data analysis, mathematical and graphical skills with the experiments |
V (core) |
PY 1541 |
Quantum Mechanics |
CO 1: Acquire basic properties of quantum world and how it differs from classical world
CO 2: Identify mathematics as the language of quantum mechanics
CO 3: Obtain the conceptual knowledge of quantum mechanical problems
CO 4: Acquire foundations of further studies for solid state physics, spectroscopy
CO 5: Obtain solutions to quantum mechanical problems |
V (core) |
PY 1542 |
Statistical Mechanics Research Methodology and Disaster Management |
CO 1: Makes the students familiarize with the dynamical behaviour of systems
CO 2: Identify the conceptual formulations when matter moving with high speed, comparable to the speed of light
CO 3: Understand the special theory of relativity and their dynamical consequences
CO 4: Forms strong basics for the study of general relativity and chaos
CO 5: Obtain solutions to numerical and conceptual problems related to the topic. |
V (core) |
PY 1543 |
Electronics |
CO 1: Understand the fundamentals of electronics and hence the proper working of electronic
devices that are part of modern technologies used in day to day life
CO 2: Helps to understand the role of diodes in rectification process and transistors in
amplification
CO 3: Analyze different electrical electronic circuits through circuit theory
CO 4: Develop knowledge in Modulation, Feedback & Oscillator circuits, Special devices
and Operational amplifiers
CO 5: Develop skill to solve numerical problems in Modulation, Feedback & Oscillator
circuits, Special devices and Operational amplifiers |
V (core) |
PY 1544 |
Atomic and Molecular Physics |
CO 1: Acquire the ability to describe the spectra of one and two valence electrons
CO 2: Explain the change in behaviour of atoms in applied external magnetic and electric fields
CO 3: Explain rotational, vibrational and electronic spectra of molecules.
CO 4: Solve numerical problems related to concept consolidation |
V (open course) |
PY 1551.2 |
Astronomy and Astrophysics |
CO 1: Provides a general background of the universe we live
CO 2: Start to think through the historical purview of the development of astronomy and astrophysics
CO 3: Understand the physical principles behind the planetary and stellar motions
CO 4: Understand the conceptual framework of seasons
CO 5: Obtain the scientific and historical purview of calendars |
VI (core) |
PY 1641 |
Solid State Physics |
CO 1: Gives a theoretical basis for Material science, a very wide branch where extensive research is going on.
CO 2: Gets ideas of crystal structures
CO 3: Gets a strong foundation of solid-state theories.
CO 4: Try to explain thermal, electrical, optical and magnetic properties of materials
CO 5: Obtain solutions to numerical problems in solid state physics |
VI (core) |
PY 1642 |
Nuclear and Particle Physics |
CO 1: Understand the structure of nucleus, nuclear forces and models, nuclear reactions and radioactivity
CO 2: Understand the theory and working for the particle accelerators
CO 3: Understands the origin of cosmic rays and their distribution with altitude, latitude and longitude
CO 4: Enables students to understand the different nuclear energy sources and construction and working of nuclear reactors
CO 5: Understand the classification of elementary particles |
VI (core) |
PY 1643 |
Classical and Modern Optics |
CO 1: Develop knowledge in Interference of light
CO 2: Develop knowledge in Diffraction of light
CO 3: Develop knowledge in Dispersion of light
CO 4: Develop skill to solve numerical problems in Interference of light, Diffraction and Dispersion of light |
VI (core) |
PY 1644 |
Digital Electronics and Computer Science |
CO 1: Learns the basics of different digital circuits and gates
CO 2: Obtain solutions to conceptual problems
CO 3: Obtain the concepts of Boolean Algebra
CO 4: Obtain ideas of computer programming
CO 5: Write computer programmes independently |
VI (core) |
PY 1645 |
Advance Physics Lab 2 |
CO 1: Develop experimental skill through a wide range experiments those theoretical concepts are studied in first four courses
CO 2: Improve the data analysis, mathematical and graphical skills with the experiments |
VI (core) |
PY 1646 |
Advance Physics Lab 3 |
CO 1: Develop experimental skill through a wide range experiments those theoretical concepts are studied in first four courses
CO 2: Improve the data analysis, mathematical and graphical skills with the experiments |
VI (core) |
PY 1661.4 |
Nano Science And Technology |
CO 1: Introduces to length scales, band structure and density of state at nanoscale
CO 2: Provides basic information on electrical transport in nanostructure, quantum mechanics for nanoscience
CO 3: Introduces to growth techniques and characterization tools of nanomaterials,, and applications of nanotechnology |
VI (core) |
PY 1647 |
Project and Research Institute/ Science Museum Visit |
CO 1: Provide evidence of an improvement in the methodological knowledge
CO 2: Results in affective gains such as more positive feelings toward a topic |