Bachelor of Science

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS 

THEORY PAPERS : B. Sc. (PHYSICS HONOURS)

FIRST YEAR

  1. Paper First  –   75 Marks

          (i) Mathematical Physics  (ii) Special Theory of Realativity  (iii) General Properties of Matter  (iv) Waves & Oscillation

  1. Paper Second  –  75 Marks

          (i) Thermal Physics  (ii) Electrostatics & Magnetostatics

SECOND YEAR   

  1. Paper First   –   75 Marks

          (i)   Optics  (ii)    Electromagnetic Waves

      2. Paper Second –  75 Marks

          (i) Electricity  (ii) Electronics

THIRD YEAR

  1. Paper First  – 100 Marks

           (i) Classical Mechanics  (ii) Quantum Mechanics (iii) Statistical Mechanics

  1. Paper Second –  100 Marks

          (i) Nuclear Physics  (ii) Condensed Matter Physics

  1. Paper Third – 100 Marks

           (i) Atomic & Molecular Physics  (ii) LASER

 

B. Sc. (PHYSICS SUBSIDARY)

FIRST YEAR  –  75 Marks   

A (i) Mathematical Physics   (ii) Special Theory of Realativity  (iii) General Properties of Matter  (iv) Waves, Oscillation & Acoustic

(i) Thermal Physics  (ii) Computer fundamental (iii) Electronics

SECOND YEAR –  75 Marks

A. (i) Optics  (ii) Electromagnetic Theory  (iii) X-rays and LASER

B. (i) Electrostatics  (ii) Current Electricity  (iii) Magnetism  (iv) Nuclear Physics

 

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS :

B. Sc. FIRST YEAR (PHYSICS HONOURS) –  50 Marks 

  1. Katar’s Pendulum
  2. Bending of Beam
  3. Elastic constant by Searle’s method
  4. Modulus of rigidity by (a) Statistical method (b) Dynamical method
  5. Surface tension by soap bubble
  6. Surface tension of Mercury by Quincke’s method
  7. Viscosity of water by capillary flow
  8. Viscosity of air by Rankine method
  9. Sonometer
  10. Melde’s Experiment
  11. Specific heat of solid by radiation correction method
  12. Thermal conductivity by Lee’s disc method

B. Sc. SECOND YEAR (PHYSICS HONOURS)  – 50 Marks

  1. Determination of wavelength by Newton’s ring.
  2. Determination of magnifying power of Telescope and Microscope.
  3. Refractive index of prism by spectrometer.
  4. Fresnel diffraction by a straight wire.
  5. Resolving limit of the eye and a telescope.
  6. Determination of wavelength of light by Biprism on an optical bench.
  7. Measurement of magnetic dip by a Dip Circle.
  8. Measurement of magnetic field by a search coil.
  9. Experiments based on a thermocouple.
  10. Calibration of voltmeter and ammeter by a potentiometer.
  11. Measurement of High and Low resistance.
  12. Study of series and parallel resonant circuit.
  13. Measurement of Capictance by De-Sauty bridge.

B. Sc. THIRD YEAR (PHYSICS HONOURS) –  100 Marks

Group : A

  1. Junction diode and its characteristics.
  2. Characteristics of the given Zenor – diode.
  3. Verification of Child – Langmuir law.
  4. BJT Characteristics.
  5. Verification of Truth table of the logic gates.
  6. Power factor of an AC fan by three ammeters and three voltmeters.
  7. Measurement of capacity by De-Sauty.
  8. Self induction by Anderson’s bridge.

Group : B

  1. Measurement of wavelength by a Bi-prism and spectrometer.
  2. Determination of refractive index of prism by spectrometer.
  3. Calibration of prism spectrometer and identification of discharge tube.
  4. Measurement of wavelength of the given source by spectrometer and grating.
  5. Determination of Cauchy constants of Prism spectrometer.
  6. Determination of resolving power of prism spectrometer.
  7. Determination of specific rotation by polarimeter.
  8. Measurement of wavelength of the given source by Michelson interferometer.
  9. Measurement of wavelength difference dλ of the sodium source by Michelson interferometer.

B. Sc. FIRST YEAR (PHYSICS SUBSIDIARY) –  25 Marks

  1. Determination of g by bar pendulum.
  2. Determination of Young’s modulus by flexure of beam.
  3. Rigidity modulus by (a) statical method (b) dynamical method.
  4. Surface tension by capillary rise method.
  5. Viscosity of liquid by capillary flow method.
  6. Viscosity of liquid by Stoke’s method.
  7. Surface tension by Jaegar’s method.
  8. Frequency of tuning fork by Melde’s experiment.
  9. Specific heat by method of cooling.
  10. Latent heat of ice using radiation correction.

B. Sc. SECOND YEAR (PHYSICS SUBSIDIARY) –  25 Marks

  1. Spectrometer: Determination of angle of prism.
  2. Spectrometer: Determination of refractive index of prism.
  3. Magnifying power of telescope.
  4. Magnifying power of microscope.
  5. Determination of wavelength of a light source by Newton’s ring.
  6. Resolving power of a telescope.
  7. Measurement of Dip by (a) Dip circle (b) Earth inductor.
  8. Calibration of Ammeter and Voltmeter by a potentiometer.
  9. Figure of merit of a given Moving coil galvanometer.
  10. Determination of B. G. constant and log decrement
  11. Temperature variation of electrical remittances.

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