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Kerala university Bsc Physics Syllabus Pdf As you are looking for University of Kerala Syllabus of Bsc Physics paper, so here I am providing its B,sc syllabus which including Physics paper: Bachelor of Science (BSc) 1. Mathematics Main New Scheme & Syllabus with effect from 1999 admissions with only one elective to be chosen from a group of electives. Mathematics Subsidiary Scheme including internal assessment introduced from 1996 admissions with Revised Syllabi for Physics, Chemistry, Statistics and Geology Main with effect from 2001 admissions 2. Physics Main Scheme including internal assessment with effect from 1996 admissions with syllabus introduced from 1998 admissions. Modified syllabus with effect from 1999 admissions. Paper II with effect from 2000 Examination. Papers III to VII with effect from 2001 Examination onwards. Paper I-2003 admissions. Paper II – 2003 admissions Physics Subsidiary Revised Syllabi for Geology, Statistics, Mathematics, Chemistry and Home Science Main with effect from 2000 admissions. Revised Syllabus for Home Science with effect from 2003 admissions. Electronics Subsidiary with effect from 1999 admissions and detailed syllabus with effect from 2000 admissions. Revised Syllabus for Maths, Chemistry, Statistics and Geology with effect from 2004 admissions. 3. Chemistry Main New Scheme & Syllabus with effect from 1999 admissions. 4. Polymer Chemistry Main New Scheme & Syllabus with effect from 1999 admissions. Chemistry Subsidiary Revised syllabi for Physics, Geology, Biochemistry, Botany, Zoology and Home Science Main with effect from 2000 admissions. 5. Bio-Chemistry Main Scheme and Syllabus introduced from 1996 admissions. Revised Scheme and Syllabus with effect from 2004 admissions. Bio-chemistry Subsidiary Scheme including internal assessment introduced with effect from 1996 admissions with syllabus introduced from 1994 admissions. Revised Scheme and Syllabus with effect from 2004 admissions. 6. Botany Main New Scheme-Scheme and Syllabus with effect from 1999 admissions with partial modifications. Botany Subsidiary New Scheme-Scheme and Syllabus with effect from 1999 admissions with partial modifications. 7. Zoology Main New Scheme-Scheme and Syllabus with effect from 1999 admissions Zoology Subsidiary New Syllabus with effect from 2001 admissions with re-allotment of hour distribution. 8. Geology Main New Scheme and Syllabus with effect from 2000 admissions. Geology Subsidiary for Geography Main New Scheme and Syllabus with effect from 2000 admissions. 9. Geography Main New Scheme and Syllabus with effect from 2000 admissions. 10. Statistics Main New Scheme and Syllabus with effect from 2000 admissions. Statistics Subsidiary Revised syllabi for Physics, Mathematics and Geography Main with effect from 2000 admissions. Computer Science Subsidiary for Statistics Main 2002 admissions 11. Home Science (Main) Scheme and Syllabus with effect from 1986 admissions. Slight changes in Papers III/IV/V & VI(b) with effect from 1996 admissions Re-allocation of hours for final year B.Sc. in paper III/IV/V with effect from 1998 admissions. Revised syllabi for Paper III, additions & changes to paper IV with effect from 1999 admissions Last edited by sumit; 8th December 2019 at 05:09 PM. |
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Re: Kerala university Bsc Physics Syllabus Pdf
The syllabus for B Sc First Degree Programme in Physics offered by University of Kerala is as follows: PY1141:BASIC MECHANICS & PROPERTIES OF MATTER (36 H OURS-2 CREDITS) MECHANICS (22 hrs.) Unit 1- Dynamics of Rigid Bodies (7 hrs) Equations of motion for rotating rigid bodies-angular momentum and M.I-Theorems on M.I- calculation of M.I of bodies of regular shapes- uniform rod, ring, disc, annular ring, solid cylinder, hollow cylinder and solid sphere-KE of rotating and rolling bodies-torque-Determination of M.I of a fly wheel (theory, experiment and applications). Unit 2- Conservation of energy (3 hrs) Conservation laws-Work –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 3-Oscillations (12 hrs) Simple harmonic motion – Energy of harmonic oscillators-simple pendulum-mass on a spring-oscillation of two particles connected by a spring- compound bar pendulum - interchange ability of suspension and oscillation-four points collinear with C.G about which the time period is the same-conditions for maximum and minimum periods - Determination of g using symmetric bar pendulum.Mechanical and electromagnetic wave motion- General equation of a wave motion-expression 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. Acousticsreverberation-Sabines reverberation formula-Determination of absorption coefficientacoustic Intensity-Factors affecting acoustics of buildings. PROPERTIES OF MATTER (14hrs) Unit 4- Elasticity (8 hours) Modulus of elasticity (revision)-Relations connecting the three elastic modulii- poisson’s ratio- bending of beams- bending moment-cantilever-centrally loaded beams and uniformly bent beams-I section girders-torsion of a cylinder-expression for torsional couple -work done in twisting a wire-torsion pendulum-static torsion-theory and experiment. Unit 5– Surface Tension (3 hrs ) Surface tension-molecular explanation of S.T-angle of contact (revision)-shapes of drops -expression for excess of pressure on a curved liquid surface -determination of surface tension by Jaeger’s method-capillary rise method-variation of S.T with temperature. Unit 6 – Fluid Dynamics (3 hours ) Streamline and turbulent flow-equation of continuity-Bernoulli’s theoremventurimeter-viscosity-Newton’s law- Poisseulle’s equation-derivation-flow of blood in human body-Stoke’s formula-theory 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 References 1. Properties of matter- Brijlal and Subramaniam 2. Principles of Physics- P.V.Naik, PHI. 3. Mechanics and Properties of matter – P.Vivekanandan Topics for assignments /discussion in the tutorial session (sample) 1. Physics-The fundamental science-historical development of mechanics-some implications of the principle of mechanics-The scope of mechanics. 2. Life of eminent physicists- Newton, Einstein, C.V.Raman, Edison. 3. Study of Young’s modulus for different types of wood. 4. Study of variation of surface tension for different detergents. 5. Study of viscosity of different types of ink and to arrive at knowledge of its fluidity. 6. Wide applications of Bernoulli’s equation. 7. Variation of surface tension with temperature by Jaeger’s method Syllabus B Sc First Degree Programme in Physics University of Kerala |