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B.Sc. Physics (Hons)

B.Sc. Physics (Hons) is one of the most preferred undergraduate program for Science students who wish to gain expert level knowledge in the field of physics. India’s top university MMDU offers a 3-year B.Sc. in Physics (Hons) that is one of the coveted courses for those who do not wish to do B.Tech or any Engineering diploma. Students who have passed 10+2 in Science with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/Biology and English can opt for the course. The admission is done on merit basis and scholarships are offered to bright and needy students.
The Department of Science in MMDU is known for its world class faculty and commanding position in the world of academic Science. The B.Sc. Physics (Hons) offered by MMDU not only gives the students a detailed insight of acoustical physics, astrophysics, astronomy, biophysics, fluid physics, etc. but also adds on their personality and technological quotient and thus adding on to their employability.
B.Sc. in Physics (Hons) is one of the job-oriented courses popular these days and students end up getting prime work profiles in leading sectors like power, research and development, pyrotechnics manufacturing, Indian civil services, technical journals etc. Students who wish to add on to the existing knowledge via research projects can opt to do Masters degree in Physics after this course and then can take up research projects with universities and even with industries.
One can end up with plum positions as of a professor, radiation oncologist, consulting physicist, etc. after taking up Physics (Hons) stream.

Unique aspects

  • MMDU is known for its globally-recognized curriculum and world class
  • Highly qualified faculty with many research publications to its credit teaches here
  • MMDU keeps on organizing seminars and regular sessions and industry-academia interface for the practical exposure and growth of students
  • Highly advanced Physics labs and latest Science/Technology apparatus available for the students

Objective

  • It develops the capacity to identify and evaluate a problem and define the important elements required for its solution
  • It makes the students to be able to apply the knowledge on basic mathematical functions, differential and integral calculus, numerical methods and statistics.
  • The objective is to make students understand chemical function in terms of structure, thermodynamics, and kinetics.
  • It describes relationship between energy, molecular speed, and temperature and to estimate the potential for thermo-mechanical energy conversion in aerospace power and propulsion systems.
  • It gives in-depth understanding of specialist bodies of knowledge within the engineering discipline
  • The main objective is to obtain a basic level of Digital Electronics knowledge and set the stage to perform the analysis and design of complex digital electronic circuits. It will also help to understand the difference between electric field and force.

Outcome

  • Students will reveal proficiency in mathematics and the mathematical concepts needed for a proper understanding of physics.
  • Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of classical mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, and thermal physics, and can apply this knowledge to analyze the various physical phenomena. 
  • Students will be able to learned laboratory skills and analyze the measurements to draw valid conclusions. 
  • Students will be capable of oral and written scientific communication

Curriculum

1st Semester

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

This course includes Vector calculus, Vector integration, Orthogonal and curvilinear coordinates, Dirac Delta function and its properties.

The course is designed for the students of Engineering & Technology who need English for specific purpose (ESP). It aims is to :-

  • Enable the students to communicate effectively.
  • A good understanding of common vocabulary.
  • To enhance the reading and listening skills of the students.
  • To foster effective writing skills
  • To learn good pronunciation and grasping skills
  • To enable the students to give expression to their thought.
  • To enable the students to gain confidence for their future professional growth.

General Elective (Semester I to IV) Courses are to be selected by the student from the pool of GE subject offered by - Mathematics, Chemistry and Computer Science Departments of the MMDU

2nd Semester
  1. To provide a detailed and through knowledge of basic concept of electricity and magnetism.
  2. The students will be given a knowledge to Electrostatics and Magnetostatics.
  3. To learn about Boundary value problems, network theorem and analysis of Alternating current circuits.
The aim of this course is to build an understanding about various components of an electrical circuit and to develop skill to measure the related physical quantities.
  1. The course covers Harmonic oscillations and wave motion in damped, driven media.
  2. The objective of the course is also to understand the Interference, diffraction and polarisation of light and their applications.
The course is designed for the students undergoing professional courses 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 academic, social & professional pursuits. The course puts emphasis on the practical usage of English.
General Elective (Semester I to IV) Courses are to be selected by the student from the pool of GE subject offered by - Mathematics, Chemistry and Computer Science Departments of the MMDU
3rd Semester
  1. The emphasis of the course is on applications in solving problems of interest to physicists.
  2. To learn Fourier series, Frobenius method, theory of errors and special functions.
  3. Students are also to be examined on the basis of problems, seen and unseen.
  1. To learn laws of thermodynamics, entropy, and Maxwell’s thermodynamic relations.
  2. The course also covers Kinetic theory of gases, molecular collisions and real gas behavior.
  3. To understand the Equation of State for Real Gases, Joule-Thomson Effect for Real and Van der Waal Gases.
  1. The course covers the detailed study of CRO, basics of integrated circuit technology, binary arithmetic.
  2. To learn about Logic gates, sequential and combinational circuits, Timers and counters, shift registers, Microprocessor basics, Computer organization.
  1. The laboratory exercises have been so designed that the students learn to verify some of the concepts learnt in the theory course of digital electronics.
  2. It covers practical training on basic Logic gates, flip-flops, sequential and combinational circuits, Timers and counters, Assembly language programming of 8085 Microprocessor.
  1. The aim of this course is not just to teach computer programming and numerical analysis but to emphasize its role in solving problems in Physics.
  2. Highlights the use of computational methods to solve physical problems.
  3. Course will consist of hands on training on the Problem solving on Computers.
General Elective (Semester I to IV) Courses are to be selected by the student from the pool of GE subject offered by - Mathematics, Chemistry and Computer Science Departments of the MMDU
4th Semester
  1. The emphasis of the course is on applications in solving problems of interest to physicists.
  2. Students will be taught about complex analysis, integral transforms, Inverse Fourier transforms etc.
  3. Students are to be examined on the basis of problems, seen and unseen.
  1. To learn basics of modern Physics, Planck’s quantum and experiments forming basis of quantum mechanics.
  2. The course content covers foundations of modern physics.
  3. To acquire the knowledge of Schrodinger equation and applications, uncertainty principle, nature of nuclear force, nuclear models, fission and fusion, nuclear reactors, stellar energy Spontaneous and Stimulated emissions and Lasers.
  1. The laboratory experiments forming basis of quantum mechanics photoelectric effect.
  2. To learn about ionization potential, measurement of absorption and emission spectra, diffraction, diffraction of light, change on electron, and tunneling effect
  1. The course content covers basic network theorems for circuit analysis,.
  2. To understand the semiconductor physics and devices, diodes and applications, bipolar junction transistors, amplifiers, feedback concepts, Operation amplifiers and applications.
The aim of this course is not just to impart theoretical knowledge to the students but to provide them with exposure and hands-on learning wherever possible
General Elective (Semester I to IV) Courses are to be selected by the student from the pool of GE subject offered by - Mathematics, Chemistry and Computer Science Departments of the MMDU
5th Semester
  1. The course content covers basis of quantum mechanics,
  2. To Learn about Time dependent and time independent Schrodinger equations and their solutions with different potentials,
  3. To study the applications of quantum mechanics for hydrogen-like and many electron atoms and atoms in electric and magnetic fields.
  1. The course content covers understanding of the physical properties of crystal structure like, lattice translation vectors, lattice with a basis unit cell,
  2. To learn about Miller Indices, reciprocal lattice, elementary of lattice dynamics, magnetic, dielectric and ferroelectric properties of matter, superconductivity and elementary band theory etc.
  1. The computer based experiments involve use of C/C++/Scilab for solving the following problems based on Quantum Mechanics.
  2. The laboratory experiments forming basis of quantum mechanics Zeeman effect, Electron spin resonance, tunneling effect and quantum efficiency of detectors.
  1. The course content covers understanding of the various devices such as UJT, JFET and MOSFET.
  2. The course also covers the Digital Data Communication Standards and communication systems.
  1. The course content covers basics of experimental measurements, working principle of transducers and their applications, industrial instrumentation, and vacuum techniques.
  2. The course also covers about the signals and systems , digital multimeter etc.
6th Semester
  1. The students are exposed to learn laws of EM theory; e.g. Maxwell’s equations,
  2. To understand about wave propagation in unbounded media and bounded media, polarization of EM waves, waveguides and optical fibers.
The laboratory experiments based on refraction, polarization, diffraction properties of e.m. waves.
  1. The students are exposed to learn laws of Statistical Mechanics; Classical theory of radiation.
  2. To understand about Quantum theory of radiation, M-B, B-E & F-D distribution laws and their applications.
  1. The course contents covers general physical properties of Nuclei and Models, Two-nucleon System, Nuclear Stability, Accelerators and Detectors and Elementary Particles etc.
  2. The course also covers the topic on interaction of gamma ray, charged particles and neutrons radiation with matter and respective detectors.
To study physical properties of nanoscale systems, QDs, Synthesis of various nanomaterials, characterization & applications of nanomaterials etc.

Eligibility (Duration: 3 Years)

B.Sc. Physics ( Hons) :The candidates should have passed Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2) with Medical/Non Medical Subject or an equivalent Examination with atleast 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

Career Opportunities

  • The B.Sc. Physics honours provides ample career opportunities both in public as well as private sector enterprises.
  • Students can work in various physics-related fields.
  • It gives the student good training in analytical thinking and problem-solving in combination with competence in computer usage.
  • Various opportunities in governmental organisation like VSSC, SSPL etc.
  • It provides an excellent foundation for M.Sc. Physics studies and research in higher academic institutions as well as in the industry

Main Employment Areas

Educational InstitutesIT Sector
Laboratories and InstitutesPower Generating Companies
Aviation IndustryConstruction Firms
Defence 

Fees

Course Course Fee 
Indian (INR) International (USD)
Tuition Fee Development Fee
B.Sc. Physics ( Hons)
40,000 -
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.
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