B.Sc (Hons)

Physics

The three-year undergraduate programme comes with elective options of Mathematics, Electronics, Computer Science, Chemistry (any two). Topics covered in the curriculum include Electrostatics, Wave and Optics, Quantum and Classical Mechanics, Nuclear and Particle Physics and more. With the right combination of electives, this course will not only allow you to explore your interests and discover your strengths but amplify your readiness for a range of careers. Academics, research and development jobs in private and public sectors including space, defence and aeronautical research and atomic energy are all possible future paths.

Course Structure

Choice Based Credit System

Course CodeName of CourseSemesterMarks
CC-1Mathematical Physics – I1100
CC-2Mechanics1100
GE-1Mechanics (Applicable for students opting for Physics as Generic Elective)1100
AECC-1Communicative English / MIL1100
CC-3Electricity and Magnetism2100
CC-4Waves and Optics2100
GE-2Electricity and Magnetism (Applicable for students opting for Physics as Generic Elective)2100
AECC-2ENVS2100
CC-5Mathematical Physics – II3100
CC-6Thermal Physics3100
GE-3Thermal Physics and Statistical Mechanics (Applicable for students opting for Physics as Generic Elective)3100
CC-7Digital Systems and Applications3100
SEC-ABasics of Programming and Scientic Word Processing or Electrical Circuits and Network Skills3100
CC-8Mathematical Physics – III4100
CC-9Elements of Modern Physics4100
CC-10Analog Systems and Applications4100
SEC-BComputer Algebra System and Figure Drawing Skill or Renewable Energy and Energy Harvesting4100
GE-4Waves and Optics (Applicable for students opting for Physics as Generic Elective)4100
CC-11Quantum Mechanics and Applications5100
CC-12Electro-magnetic Theory5100
DSE-A-1Advanced Mathematical Methods – I or Communication Electronics5100
DSE-B-1Advanced Mathematical Methods – II or Nuclear and Particle Physics5100
CC-13Electro-magnetic Theory6100
CC-14Statistical Mechanics6100
DSE-A-2Astronomy and Astrophysics or Advanced Dynamics6100
DSE-B-2General Relativity or Nano Materials and Applications6100

PO / CO / PSO

Program Outcome / Course Outcome / Program Specific Outcome →

2018-2019
2019-2020

Course Eligibility

A candidate taking up Honours Course in a subject must have obtained at the previous qualifying examination a minimum of:

55% marks in Physics + PASS marks in Mathematics

OR

45% marks in Physics + 50% marks in BO4 + PASS marks in Mathematics

Note:

  • Candidate passed in Business Mathematics is not eligible for Admission.
  • Please also read General Eligibility Criteria, Under Admissions.

 

Course Duration

3 Years

Course Hours

10:15 am to 4:30 pm (Day Session, Co-Ed)

Course Fees

₹ 24,725 (First Semester)