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B Sc Physics Syllabus Kerala University 
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Re: B Sc Physics Syllabus Kerala University
Kerala University conduct BSC course now you are looking for the syllabus of it so I am providing you PDF file that contain complete syllabus of it as like below: Unit 1 – Scope and Development of physics (2 hrs.) (Nonevaluative for university examinations) (Book: 1, Art. 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4) Physics The fundamental sciencehistorical development of mechanicssome implications of the principle of mechanicsThe scope of mechanics. Unit 2 Dynamics of Rigid Bodies (15 hrs) (Book: 2, Chapter 8) Equations of motion for rotating rigid bodiesangular momentum and M.ITheorems on M.I calculation of M.I of bodies of regular shapes uniform rod, ring, disc, annular ring, solid cylinder, hollow cylinder and solid sphereKE of rotating and rolling bodiestorque Determination of M.I of a fly wheel (theory, experiment and applications).Motion of a body rolling down an inclined plane. Last edited by sumit; 9th December 2019 at 01:55 PM. 
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How I can get the B sc Physics with electronics course Syllabus from Kerala University from net because I have need of this course syllabus so I ask you for get it from net so please tell me about this for get it from net[/QUOTE]

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Re: B Sc Physics Syllabus Kerala University
The syllabus for First Degree Programme in Physics under Choice BasedCredit & Semester System (CBCSS) offered by Kerala University is as follows: PY1141:BASIC MECHANICS & PROPERTIES OF MATTER (36 H OURS2 CREDITS) MECHANICS (22 hrs.) Unit 1 Dynamics of Rigid Bodies (7 hrs) Equations of motion for rotating rigid bodiesangular momentum and M.ITheorems on M.I calculation of M.I of bodies of regular shapes uniform rod, ring, disc, annular ring, solid cylinder, hollow cylinder and solid sphereKE of rotating and rolling bodiestorqueDetermination of M.I of a fly wheel (theory, experiment and applications). Unit 2 Conservation of energy (3 hrs) Conservation lawsWork –power Kinetic Energy – Work Energy theoremConservative Forces potential energy – Conservation of energy for a particle– energy function Non Conservative forces Friction types of friction. Unit 3Oscillations (12 hrs) Simple harmonic motion – Energy of harmonic oscillatorssimple pendulummass on a springoscillation of two particles connected by a spring compound bar pendulum  interchange ability of suspension and oscillationfour points collinear with C.G about which the time period is the sameconditions for maximum and minimum periods  Determination of g using symmetric bar pendulum.Mechanical and electromagnetic wave motion General equation of a wave motionexpression for a plane progressive harmonic wave energy density for a plane progressive wave transverse waves in stretched string (expression) longitudinal waves in rods longitudinal waves in gas. AcousticsreverberationSabines reverberation formulaDetermination of absorption coefficientacoustic IntensityFactors affecting acoustics of buildings. Unit 4 Elasticity (8 hours) Modulus of elasticity (revision)Relations connecting the three elastic modulii poisson’s ratio bending of beams bending momentcantilevercentrally loaded beams and uniformly bent beamsI section girderstorsion of a cylinderexpression for torsional couple work done in twisting a wiretorsion pendulumstatic torsiontheory and experiment. Unit 5– Surface Tension (3 hrs ) Surface tensionmolecular explanation of S.Tangle of contact (revision)shapes of drops expression for excess of pressure on a curved liquid surface determination of surface tension by Jaeger’s methodcapillary rise methodvariation of S.T with temperature. Unit 6 – Fluid Dynamics (3 hours ) Streamline and turbulent flowequation of continuityBernoulli’s theoremventurimeterviscosityNewton’s law Poisseulle’s equationderivationflow of blood in human bodyStoke’s formulatheory and experiment. Books for Study 1. Mechanics – Hans H.S and Puri S.P, TMH: second edition. 2. Mechanics – J.C Upadhyaya (Ramaprasad) 3. Properties of matter – D.S.Mathur 4. Funda mentals of Physics Halliday and Resnick Syllabus First Degree Programme in Physics (CBCSS) Kerala University 