DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
Physics is one of the primary and potential subjects at the post-graduate level. Physics with specializations like Electronics, Condensed matter Physics, spectroscopy, Thin-Film Technology, Opto – electronics, photonics, Lasers and Holography Biophysics and Nano-materials etc., has high job potential not only in the area of teaching, at both undergraduate and post-graduate streams, but also in National and Central laboratories like Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) Bombay, Centre for Advanced Technology (CAT) Indore, Physical Research Laboratories (PRL) Ahmedabad, ISRO laboratories in different parts of the country, National Physical Laboratories (NPL) New Delhi, and Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.
In the above said institutions and organizations, expensive and sophisticated state of art technology equipment, are handled with utmost care for various investigation. For executing the job work, knowledge of the basic principles and concepts of Physics is necessary and essential.
Industries require Physics Personnel with an electronics background to test and maintain their R & D work. This also helps them to design and fabricate advanced products required in the market. Therefore, the Science and Technology organizations look up to the universities for their requirements.The University offers a Masters course in Physics with electronics as the specialization.
M.Sc. Physics (Self Finance)
Eligibility : B .Sc. Degree with Physics and Mathematics and 50% of marks on the aggregate.
The CBCS is followed and the total number of credits for the four semesters course is 96.
Classical Mechanics, Atomic and Molecular Physics, Linear Integrated Electronics, Mathematical Physics, Statistical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, Digital Electronics, ‘C’ Programming and data structures, Solid State Physics, Nuclear and Particle Physics, Electromagnetic theory, Analytical techniques, Mathematical methods of signal processing, Microcontroller and interfacing
In the THIRD SEMESTER the following electives are introduced.
External Elective: Mathematical methods of signal processing
a) Opto electronics
b) Communication Electronics
1)Atmospheric Science X-ray crystal structure determination