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BSc Physics 1st SEM Question Paper |

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Re: BSc Physics 1st SEM Question Paper
Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak B.Sc Physics 1st SEM syllabus is as given below; B.Sc Physics 1st SEM1st SEM Mathematical Physics -I Mechanics -I Electricity Mathematics I Chemistry -I Linear & Digital Integrated Circuits & Instruments -I Physics Lab. I Chemistry Lab. -I English (qualifying) –I Paper IMAGE |

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Re: BSc Physics 1st SEM Question Paper
The Syllabus of Physics for B. Sc. (Bachelor of Science) I Year on which the question paper is based of Kumaun University is as follows: I Paper: Mechanics and Properties of matter Unit-I Vectors Triple product of vectors, scalar and vector fields, Differentiation of vectors (line, surface and volume integration), applications of vectors to linear and rotational quantities, Del operator, Gradient, Divergence and Curl of vectors, circular motion, Gauss’s, Stoke’s and Green’s theorem (Examples to be given from physical situations). Unit-II Gravitation (Field and Potentials)Law of Gravitation, Gravitational field and potential, Gravitational potential energy,escape velocity, Gravitational Field Intensity and Potential for a spherical shell, solid sphere and circular disc, Gauss’s & Poisson equations for gravitational self energy, Inverse square law of forces, Kepler’s laws for planetary motion. Unit-III Conservation LawsConcept of inertial and Non-inertial frames of references, Work-Energy principle,conservative forces, conservative force as the negative gradient of potential energy, Law of conservation of total energy and momentum. Centre of mass, variable mass, the rocket, conservation of angular momentum. Unit-IV Dynamics of Rigid BodiesEquation of motion, angular momentum vector, moment of inertia, theorem of paralleland perpendicular axes, moment of inertia of, a rod, rectangular lamina, circular lamina, solid sphere, spherical shell and cylinder, kinetic energy of rotation, Rolling motion along a slope, Torque and precession, compound pendulum. Unit-V Properties of MatterInter relations between elastic constants, torsion of a cylinder, Bending of beam,cantilever, shape of Girders, Viscosity, Stoke’s law, Posieuille’s formula, capillaries in series and parallel, Equation of continuity, Bernoulli’s theorem, surface tension, molecular interpretation. Books Recommended:1. Berkeley Physics course Vol. I “Mechanics” McGraw-Hill Book Company, 2ndedition. 2. R. P. Feymman, R. B. Lightan and M. Sands “The Feymman Lectures in Physics” Publisher: Basic Books. 3. J. C. Upadhyay “General Properties of Matter” Vol- I. Ram Prasad & Sons, Agra. 4. D. S. Mathur “Mechanics” S. Chand & Co. 5. D. S. Mathur “Elements of Properties of Matter” S. Chand & Co. Syllabus Physics for B. Sc I Year Kumaun University |