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B.Sc (Non-Medical)

MMDU is the leading university of North India established in 2001 to impart internationally accepted education and training in all science and technology programs. The Department of Science in MMDU offers B.Sc. Non Medical which stands out owing to its quality of teaching, practical pedagogy and mentoring by an expert faculty. The Department of Science in MMDU is no less than a centre of excellence which offers this well-designed 3 years B.Sc. Non Medical with a clear objective of training young mind in focused science education. The undergrad degree embraces a comprehensive and extensive approach to introducing Science students to the wide realm of Non Medical corporate world in real life context. It is one of the industry-aligned undergrad degrees which gives the students a chance to acquire practical knowledge and a professional approach that will make them valuable and more employable in Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Computer Applications, Healthcare, Microbiology, Telematics, Environmental Science & related industries.

Unique aspects

  • MMDU offers world class curriculum and a state-of-ther-art infrastructure at the campus
  • Expert and highly qualified faculty with deep knowledge of global trends and research practices
  • Seminars and regular Sessions by academic and industry experts from all across the world
  • High advanced Research labs and latest Science/Technology apparatus and equipments
  • A fully functional departmental library with Wifi connection, Research Journals, Compendiums and academic books

Curriculum

1st Semester

The course provides basic idea to the introductory topics of three major branches of chemistry. After successful completion of the course, the students will have the knowledge of structure of atom, types of bonding, basics of organic chemistry and the concepts of ionic equilibria.

To provide continued development of laboratory skills, interpretation of data and report writing. On successful completion of the course students will be able to develop expertise relevant to the professional practice of chemistry.

This course describes conservation laws, motion under inverse square force, special theory relativity and mechanics of collisions.

This course covers experiments related to mechanics: moment of inertia of a fly-wheel, determination of Young’s pendulum, determine the height of a building using a Sextant, the value of g using Bar Pendulum.

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to gain knowledge of fundamental concepts of real numbers. Verify the value of the limit of a function at a point using the definition of the limit. Introduction to sequence and series. Learn to check function is continuous understand the consequences of the intermediate value theorem for continuous functions. Student will be to understand differentiation and fundamental theorem in differentiation and various rules. Geometrical representation and problem solving on MVT and Rolls theorem.Finding extreme values of function

The course is designed for the students B.Sc who need English for specific purpose (ESP). It aims to impart and nurture the skills of communication (listening, vocabulary building, speaking, reading and writing) required for the learners in their academics, social and professional pursuits. The course puts emphasis on the practical usage of English. 

  • To enable the students ton communicate effectively 
  • a good understanding of common vocabulary and enhance  the reading and writing skills
  • -to enable the students to gain confidence for their future professional growth.
2nd Semester

To develop the student’s appreciation of the chemistry, uses and importance of main group elements, their trends and patterns in inorganic chemistry. Also the coruse aims at the functional group chemistry and its importance in synthesis. Discussion on various states of matter will be covered towards completion of the course. At the end of course, students will have enough knowledge of the chemistry of main group elements and how those can be used to explain the trends in periodic table, basic idea of functional groups and basic understanding of core area of physical chemistry.

The course will cover laboratory safety, basic laboratory operations and simple laboratory exercises. At the end of course, the students will be able to know separation and purification of organic compounds, melting point determination, paper chromatography, skills in titrations and handling physical instruments.

Student will be able to solve first order differential equations utilizing the standard techniques for separable, exact, linear, homogeneous, or Bernoulli cases.Student will be able to find the complete solution of a non homogeneous differential equation as a linear combination of the complementary function and a particular solution. Student will have a working knowledge of basic application problems described by second order linear differential equations with constant cofficients

This course comprises vector calculus, Coulomb’s law and electric field, electric potential and electric current, magnetic field and electromagnetic induction and electromagnetic theory.

This course incorporates experiments related to electricity and magnetism: Study the variation of magnetic field with distance along the axis of Circular coil carrying current, To find frequency of AC mains using sonometer, compare capacitances of two capacitors using De-Sauty bridge.

This course incorporates experiments related to electricity and magnetism: Study the variation of magnetic field with distance along the axis of Circular coil carrying current, To find frequency of AC mains using sonometer, compare capacitances of two capacitors using De-Sauty bridge.

3rd Semester

To impart advanced knowledge of representative elements of the periodic table, some of the organic compounds and basics of thermodynamics. The students will acquire knowledge of the essential elements required for all living organisms, methods of preparation, properties and reactivity of alcohols, phenols, ethers, epoxides ans sulphur containing compounds and various thermodynamic properties.

To develop the chemical synthetic and process technological skills. At the end of course, the students will have an expertise in advanced titrimetric methods of analysis, qualitative organic analysis, organic preparations and a silled hand in physical instruments.

This course comprises of Entropy and Carnot’s cycle, Maxwell thermodynamics relationships and their applications, basic ideas of statistical physics, Bose Einstein and Fermi- Dirac statistics.

It deals with Fortran programming, subscripted variable and simulation.

This course includes experiments related with thermal physics and statistical physics.

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to1. describe fundamental properties of the real numbers that lead to the formal development of real analysis. Comprehend rigorous arguments developing the theory underpinning real analysis.Demonstrate an understanding of limits and how they are used in sequences, series, differentiation and integration.Construct rigorous mathematical proofs of basic results in real analysis.

To develop practical hands in computers along with its theoretical knowledge. At the end of course, students will have enough knowledge to implement computers in chemistry.

4th Semester

To understand the chemistry of transition elements, Lanthanoids and Actinoids, Coordination chemistry, Carbonyl group chemistry, Chemical equilibria and Solution Chemistry. At the end of course, students will have enough knowledge of transition and inner transition metal chemistry, Carbonyl group chemistry including name reactions, Equilibria and colligative properties in solution chemistry.

To provide a scientific skilled hand in quantitative analysis, preparative techniques and experimental skills in the topics like equilibria and colligative properties. The students will acquire practical skills in inorganic quantitative analysis, organic preparations, handling of instruments and practical skills in physical chemistry.

This course includes superposition of harmonic oscillator, sound, ultrasonic waves, Interference by division of wave-front, interference by division of amplitude, diffraction and polarization.
This course includes experiments related to interference, diffraction and polarization.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will have to explain the fundamental concepts of algebra such as groups and rings and their role in modern mathematics and applied contexts. Demonstrate capacity for mathematical reasoning through analyzing, proving and explaining concepts from algebra. Apply problem-solving using algebraic techniques applied to diverse situations in physics, engineering and other mathematical contexts

This course on analytical chemistry intends to enlighten the students on topics like separation techniques of mixtures, soil analysis, water analysis, food analysis and cosmetic products analysis. This evokes a sense of environmental concern in students. In this introductory course, the students will acquire knowledge of the basic concepts of analytical chemistry and its applications.

5th Semester

The course intends to enlighten the students on the chemistry of acids and bases, nitrogen containing organic compounds, polynuclear hydrocarbons and electrochemistry. The students will acquire a knowledge about the general inorganic chemistry, a few organic compounds and electrochemistry.

To provide a skilled practical hand in quantitative analysis, qualitative organic analysis and experimental skills in potentiometric titrations. The students will acquire practical skills in quantitative and qualitative analysis and titrations.

This course includes Foundation, black body radiation, Photoelectric effect, Schrodinger equation, conditions for physical acceptability of wave functions, Quantum theory of hydrogen atom, Lasers, Nuclear Properties, Radioactivity. Fission and fusion

This course covers experiments related to optics and nuclear physics: To find the value of Planck’s constant and photo electric work function of a material of the cathode using Photo electric cell, To study the double slit interference by He-Ne laser, To verify Stefan’s law of blackbody radiation, find the value of e/m of an electron by Thomson method using bar magnetic, To Find half-life period of a given radioactive substance using a GM counter etc.

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to use computational techniques and algebraic skills essential for the study of systems of linear equations, matrix algebra, vector spaces, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, orthogonality and diagonalization. (Computational and Algebraic Skills). Use visualization, spatial reasoning, as well as geometric properties and strategies to model, solve problems, and view solutions, especially in R2 and R3, as well as conceptually extend these results to higher dimensions. (Geometric Skills).3) Critically analyze and construct mathematical arguments that relate to the study of introductory linear algebra. ( With proof ).

This course on analytical clinical biochemistry intends to enlighten the students on the knowledge of various biomolecules supporting life processes and their laboratory testing. Completion of the course will provide students enough information and testing modes of the carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, enzymes, DNA and RNA

6th Semester

The course intends to enlighten the students on principles involved in qualitative inorganic analysis, heterocyclic chemistry and the topics like phase equilibria and kinetics. The students will be able to apply qualitative analysis towards samples and have a knowledge about the chemistry of heterocyclic compounds and a few essential topics in physical chemistry.

To provide a skilled hand in qualitative analysis, preparative techniques and experimental skills in the topics like phase equilibria and kinetics. The students will acquire practical skills in inorganic , organic and physical chemistry.

This course includes Crystal structure, crystal diffraction and reciprocal lattice, free electron theory and band theory, superconductivity.

This course includes experiments of electronics and solid state physics: To find resistivity and band gap of a semiconductor using Four Probe method, Zener Diode voltage regulation characteristics, To study voltage regulation and ripple factor of a half-wave rectifier and full-wave rectifier etc.

This course is intended toimpart knowledge about the conceptscomplex numbers• Define and analyze limits and continuity •Conceive the concepts of analytic functions and their properties •Determine whether a given function is differentiable, and if so find its derivative.Understand the basic methods of complex integration and its application in contour integration. Analyze sequences and seriesof analytic functions and types of convergence • Evaluate complex contour integrals directly and by the fundamental theorem, apply the Cauchy integral theorem in its various versions, and the Cauchy integral formula.

The course intends to impart knowledge about the chemistry and importance of pesticides. The students will be able to discuss and prepare pesticides.

Eligibility (Duration : 3 Years)

B.Sc. (Non-Medical)The candidates should have passed Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2) with Non – Medical Subject or an equivalent Examination with at least five subjects including English as one of the subject from a recognized Board/University shall be eligible to join the First semester of B.Sc. course in the concerned stream

Streams offered: Physics + Chemistry + Maths

Fees

Course Course Fee 
Indian (INR) International (USD)
Tuition Fee Development Fee
B.Sc (Non-Medical)
35,000 -
2000

Note:

  1. The Fee will have to be deposited at the time of Counselling.
  2. University Charges will be extra as per University norms.
  3. Fee once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances.
  4. There will be an annual increase of 7% in tuition fee.
  5. Students Fund for all the students is Rs.2,000/- p.a.
  6. Life time Alumni Membership fee is Rs. 4,000/-.
  7. Hostel & Transport Charges will be extra.
  8. Students who wish to leave the Institute mid-stream, will have to deposit the fee for the remaining period of the course as per judgement of the Hon'ble Supreme Court in the case of Islamic Academy of Education and others Vs State of Karnataka & PA lnamdar case.