Master of Science

Physics | M.Sc.(Phy.)

The course is designed to offer in-depth knowledge of the subject starting from its basic concepts and moving on to the state of art technologies in use today with a view to catering to the present day requirements in Industries, Research and Development fields, Higher studies and Self-employment.

Also the course structure intends to inculcate strong laboratory skills in synchronization of latest trends and demands from the industry so that the student can take up independent projects which will help to be an entrepreneur. M.Sc. Electronics is a four-semester course spread over the period of two years. Students are also provided extensive laboratory training on the course content and the current requirements of industries and research and development fields. In the final semester every student has to undertake a project relevant to the industrial needs, the R& D activities and self –employment opportunities based on the specialization, he/she opts for. In addition the course caters to the requirements of providing complete exposure to NET/SET syllabus for Electronics farmed by the U.G.C. . The student after passing the M.Sc course has many opportunities of employment, self-employment and higher studies

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Key Information

Pedagogy

  • Google Classroom.
  • Online evaluation.
  • Online Assignment submission.
  • PowerPoint Presentation.
  • Group Discussion.
  • Internship in Research based Institute/Industries.

Eminent Alumni

Programme Outcomes

  • Extensive command over Physics in general.
  • Specialization in Electronics.
  • Research based analytical and hands-on skills.
  • Universally acceptable degree in Physics with theoretical and experimental advancements in electronic instrumentation.
  • A thorough quantitative and conceptual understanding of the core areas of physics·
  • Ability to use contemporary experimental apparatus and analysis tools to acquire, analyze and interpret scientific data.
  • To familiarize with current and recent scientific and technological developments.

Coordinator

Prof Ranjana Shukl
Head- Department of Physics

Curriculum

First Year (Semester- I)

This course will help the learner To establish the mathematical background to understand core areas of physics.And also create a strong foundation for theoretical and experimental research in Physics.

In this course learners will understand how to establish new mechanics to overcome the difficulties in applying Newtonian Mechanics. Module 2 helps to understand the concept of Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics.Learners will learn to compare and create transformation amongst all the above mechanics.

Course deals with the early evolution of quantum Mechanics, to generate understanding in wave particle duality.Last module develops an understanding of matter waves and applying it to various potentials.

This course will help to study in detail the crystal structure and various ways of analyzing it, to develop theories to describe various kinds of magnetism in materials.

To understand the various concepts required for basic working of semiconductor devices and study fabrication techniques for p-n junctions

First Year (Semester- II)

Course consists of various circuits used in power electronics, various applications of Operational Amplifiers. and the last module consist of working and applications of optical fibers.

Learning Objectives of this course is To develop a strong understanding of Maxwell’s equation and its various forms, it gives insight of to apply the concept of electro -magnetic waves to vacuum, matter and waveguides. and to study retarded potentials and its applications to concept of radiation .

Learning Objectives of this course is to inform about earlier developed operator and commutator formalism, attention is provided to apply them to solve problems like angular momentum, bound state and scattering.Also helps the learner to develop new solution methods like perturbation, variational and WKB.

Learning Objectives of this course is to study the fine structure of the hydrogen atom and apply Schrodinger equation to two electron systems.To acquire the knowledge of various types of coupling and study the molecular orbital theories and general theory of advanced spectrometers.

Second Year (Semester- III)

This course develops concepts in classical & quantum statistical mechanics and their application; It postulates statistical mechanics and statistical interpretation of thermodynamics, various canonical ensembles. Also deals with ideal Fermi gas , Bose system.& Non-Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics.

This course gives the details about Study Nuclear Properties alpha and beta decay and Gamma decay detail theory , nuclear fission ,its Characteristics and Energy in Fission. Last module contains detailed information about characteristics of Fusion, Solar Fusion and CNO cycle. controlled fission reaction.

This course will help to develop an in-depth understanding of the operation of microprocessors and microcontrollers.& assembly language programming. It helps to make the learner to understand the programming model of microprocessors and microcontrollers which will help them to write a program for specified applications. The last module gives the insight of Architecture of 8051: and its use in various applications.

This course helps the learner to Learn basic concepts of programming, understanding of high level programming language (OOP).Understand the concept of Embedded systems in detail. and various features of C++ programming language Last module consists of the application specific embedded system.

Second Year (Semester- IV)

This course will develop an in-depth understanding of the operation of ARM microprocessors and PIC microcontrollers. Make the learner To understand the concept of Interrupts and interfacing in ARM and PIC.

The Course aims to make learners familiar with the basic knowledge of VHDL programming. To design circuits and systems using VHDL.Describe USB and other onboard communication interfaces in two modules In last two modules basic features of VHDL programming & the knowledge to write VHDL for different types of circuits is explained.