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27th June 2016, 08:45 AM
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Re: M.Sc Physics Syllabus Karnataka University

The Department of Physics, one of the significant offices in the University, was built up in 1953 with the Late Dr. N.R. Tawade, a recognized spectroscopist, as it's first Head. Numerous recognized persons have subsequent to served on the workforce.

Guided by a solid vision and mission, the office has not just been serving the reason for advanced education additionally adding to the general improvement of northern Karnataka.

Courses
Specialization
Plan/Program

M. Sc.
Atomic & Molecular Physics
Condensed Matter Physics
Electronics
Nuclear & Particle Physics

CBCS, Two year (Four Semester)

Confirmation Criteria:
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M.Sc.

B.Sc. with Physics and Mathematics as discretionary subjects + Entrance Test+ program

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Syllabus of M. Sc. in Physics

Semester I (Total 300 Marks)
Four General Theoretical Papers:
Paper 101: Unit I - Mathematical Methods I (23 Marks)
Unit II - Classical Mechanics (22 Marks)
Paper 102: Unit I - Quantum Mechanics I (23 Marks) Unit II - Classical Electrodynamics I (22 Marks)
Paper 103: Unit I - Solid State Physics I (23 Marks)
Unit II - Electronics I (22 Marks)
Paper 104: Unit I - Atomic Spectroscopy (23 Marks)
Unit II - Nuclear Physics I (22 Marks)

Semester II (Total 300 Marks)
Four General Theoretical Papers:
Paper 201: Unit I - Mathematical Methods II (23 Marks)
Unit II - Relativity and Cosmology (22 Marks)
Paper 202: Unit I - Quantum Mechanics II (23 Marks)
Unit II - Classical Electrodynamics II (22 Marks)
Paper 203: Unit I - Solid State Physics II (23 Marks)
Unit II - Electronics II (22 Marks)
Paper 204: Unit I - Advanced Optics (23 Marks)
Unit II - Nuclear Physics II (22 Marks)

Two General Practical Papers:
Paper 205: Electrical Practical for Group A of students
(75 Marks for Examinations + 25 Marks for Sessionals)
Paper 205: Non-electrical practical for Group B of students
(75 Marks for Examinations + 25 Marks for Sessionals)

Internal Assessment on Theoretical Papers:
Mid-semester Examinations/Class Test at the middle of the semester (20 Marks)

SEMESTER III (TOTAL 300 MARKS)
Two General Theoretical Papers:
Paper 301: Unit I - Statistical Mechanics I (23 Marks)
Unit II - Advanced Quantum Mechanics I (22 Marks) Paper 302: Unit I - Group Theory (23 Marks)
Unit II - Computer Applications in Physics-I (22 Marks)

Two Special Theoretical Papers:
Paper 303: Special paper – I (45 Marks)
Paper 304: Special paper – II (45 Marks)

One Special Practical Paper:
Paper 305: (40 Marks for Examination + 10 Marks for Sessional) (50 Marks)
Paper 306: One General (Computer) Practical (50 Marks)

Internal Assessment on Theoretical Papers:
Mid-semester Examinations/Class Test at the middle of the semester (20 Marks)

SEMESTER IV (TOTAL 300 MARKS)
Three General Theoretical papers:
Paper 401: Unit I - Statistical Mechanics II (23 Marks)
Unit II - Advanced Quantum Mechanics II (22 Marks)
Paper 402: Molecular Spectroscopy (45 Marks)
Paper 403: Unit I - Astrophysics (23 Marks)
Unit II - Computer Applications in Physics-II (22 Marks)

One Special Theoretical Paper:
Paper 404: Special Paper III (45 Marks)
(Radiophysics & Electronics, Nuclear Physics, Solid State Physics, Laser Physics,
Materials Science)

One Special Practical Paper:
Paper 405: (40 Marks for Examination + 10 Marks for Sessional) (50 Marks)
Paper 406: Project/Term Paper: (50 Marks)
(40 Marks for preparation and presentation of project report and 10 Marks for viva-voce)

Internal Assessment on Theoretical Papers:
Mid-semester Examinations/Class Test at the middle of the semester (20 Marks)


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