DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
THEORY PAPERS : B. Sc. (PHYSICS HONOURS)
- Paper First – 75 Marks
(i) Mathematical Physics (ii) Special Theory of Realativity (iii) General Properties of Matter (iv) Waves & Oscillation
- Paper Second – 75 Marks
(i) Thermal Physics (ii) Electrostatics & Magnetostatics
- Paper First – 75 Marks
(i) Optics (ii) Electromagnetic Waves
2. Paper Second – 75 Marks
(i) Electricity (ii) Electronics
- Paper First – 100 Marks
(i) Classical Mechanics (ii) Quantum Mechanics (iii) Statistical Mechanics
- Paper Second – 100 Marks
(i) Nuclear Physics (ii) Condensed Matter Physics
- 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
B (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
- Katar’s Pendulum
- Bending of Beam
- Elastic constant by Searle’s method
- Modulus of rigidity by (a) Statistical method (b) Dynamical method
- Surface tension by soap bubble
- Surface tension of Mercury by Quincke’s method
- Viscosity of water by capillary flow
- Viscosity of air by Rankine method
- Melde’s Experiment
- Specific heat of solid by radiation correction method
- Thermal conductivity by Lee’s disc method
B. Sc. SECOND YEAR (PHYSICS HONOURS) – 50 Marks
- Determination of wavelength by Newton’s ring.
- Determination of magnifying power of Telescope and Microscope.
- Refractive index of prism by spectrometer.
- Fresnel diffraction by a straight wire.
- Resolving limit of the eye and a telescope.
- Determination of wavelength of light by Biprism on an optical bench.
- Measurement of magnetic dip by a Dip Circle.
- Measurement of magnetic field by a search coil.
- Experiments based on a thermocouple.
- Calibration of voltmeter and ammeter by a potentiometer.
- Measurement of High and Low resistance.
- Study of series and parallel resonant circuit.
- Measurement of Capictance by De-Sauty bridge.
B. Sc. THIRD YEAR (PHYSICS HONOURS) – 100 Marks
Group : A
- Junction diode and its characteristics.
- Characteristics of the given Zenor – diode.
- Verification of Child – Langmuir law.
- BJT Characteristics.
- Verification of Truth table of the logic gates.
- Power factor of an AC fan by three ammeters and three voltmeters.
- Measurement of capacity by De-Sauty.
- Self induction by Anderson’s bridge.
Group : B
- Measurement of wavelength by a Bi-prism and spectrometer.
- Determination of refractive index of prism by spectrometer.
- Calibration of prism spectrometer and identification of discharge tube.
- Measurement of wavelength of the given source by spectrometer and grating.
- Determination of Cauchy constants of Prism spectrometer.
- Determination of resolving power of prism spectrometer.
- Determination of specific rotation by polarimeter.
- Measurement of wavelength of the given source by Michelson interferometer.
- Measurement of wavelength difference dλ of the sodium source by Michelson interferometer.
B. Sc. FIRST YEAR (PHYSICS SUBSIDIARY) – 25 Marks
- Determination of g by bar pendulum.
- Determination of Young’s modulus by flexure of beam.
- Rigidity modulus by (a) statical method (b) dynamical method.
- Surface tension by capillary rise method.
- Viscosity of liquid by capillary flow method.
- Viscosity of liquid by Stoke’s method.
- Surface tension by Jaegar’s method.
- Frequency of tuning fork by Melde’s experiment.
- Specific heat by method of cooling.
- Latent heat of ice using radiation correction.
B. Sc. SECOND YEAR (PHYSICS SUBSIDIARY) – 25 Marks
- Spectrometer: Determination of angle of prism.
- Spectrometer: Determination of refractive index of prism.
- Magnifying power of telescope.
- Magnifying power of microscope.
- Determination of wavelength of a light source by Newton’s ring.
- Resolving power of a telescope.
- Measurement of Dip by (a) Dip circle (b) Earth inductor.
- Calibration of Ammeter and Voltmeter by a potentiometer.
- Figure of merit of a given Moving coil galvanometer.
- Determination of B. G. constant and log decrement
- Temperature variation of electrical remittances.
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