#1
12th January 2017, 04:36 PM
 
 
Pune University M.Sc Physics
I want to do M. Sc. (Physics) in Savitribai Phule Pune University so can you please provide me the details of the program?

#2
13th January 2017, 11:20 AM
 
 
Re: Pune University M.Sc Physics
The Department of Physics, Savitribai Phule Pune University offers a two year M. Sc. (Physics) degree programme with optional courses in several areas such as Materials Science, Condensed Matter Physics, Biophysics, Nuclear Techniques, Accelerator Physics, Laser Physics, Nonlinear Phenomena and Physics of Nanostructures etc. M. Sc. (Physics) programme Duration – 2 years The admissions of Indian candidates are through a national level entrance examination. The advertisement is put up in print media as well as on the webpage around March/April. The entrance examination is held in June. The first semester starts around the end of July. Eligibility Bachelor’s Degree in (any discipline) (with Physics and Maths) or equivalent with at least 50% aggregate marks Syllabus Revised Syllabus PHYUT501 CLASSICAL MECHANICS 1 Constrained Motion Constraints, Classification of Constraints, Principal of Virtual Work, D’Alembert’s principal and its applications (Problems only), (One or Two Problems should be discussed with D’Alembert’s, Lagrangian, Hamiltons from same set of problems). (2L+2P) . 2 Lagrangian formulation Generalized coordinates, Langrange’s equations of motion, properties of kinetic energy function, theorem on total energy, generalized momenta, cycliccoordinates, integrals of motion, Jacobi integrals and energy conservation, Concept of symmetry, invariance under Galilean transformation, velocity dependent potential. (6L+5P) 3 Hamilton’s formulation Hamilton’s function and Hamilton’s equation of motion, configuration space, phase space and state space, Lagrangian and Hamiltonian of relativistic particles and light rays. (3L+4P) 4 Variational Principle Variational principle, Euler’s equation, applications of variational principle, shortest distance problem, brachistrochrone, Geodesics of a Sphere. (3L+2P) 5 Canonical Transformations Generating function, Conditions for canonical transformation and problem. (3L+2P) 6 Poisson Brackets Definition, Identities, Poisson theorem, JacobiPoisson theorem, Jacobi identity, (statement only), invariance of PB under canonical transformation. (2L+3P) 7 Rotational Motion Rotating frames of reference, inertial forces in rotating frames, Larmour precision, electromagnetic analogy of inertial forces, effects of Coriolis force, Focoult’s pendulum. (3L+3P) 8 Central Force Two body central force problem, stability of orbits, condition for closure, integrable power laws, Kepler’s problems, orbits of artificial satellites, Virial theorem. (3L+2P) Reference Books : 1. Classical Mechanics by H.Goldstein, Narosa Publishing Home,, New Delhi. 2. Classical Dynamics of Particles and Systems by Marion and Thomtron, Third Edition, Horoloma Book Jovanovich College Publisher. 3. Classical Mechanics by P.V.Panat, Narosa Publishing Home,, New Delhi. 4. Classical Mechanics by N.C.Rana and P.S.Joag, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Limited, New Delhi. 5. Introduction to Classical Mechanics by R.G.Takawale and P.S.Puranik, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Limited, New Delhi. 6. Classical Mechanics by J.C.Upadhyaya, Himalaya Publishing House. For complete syllabus here is the attachment Contact Savitribai Phule Pune University Ganeshkhind, Pune, Maharashtra 411007 