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Curriculum for Physics Specialization
Semester I
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  Hours/Week  
Lecture  Practical/Tutorial  
မ၁၀၀၁  မြန်မာစာ  3  2  2 
Eng 1001  English  3  2  2 
Phys 1101  General Physics I  4  3  2 
Elective (1)  *  3  2  2 
Elective (2)  *  3  2  2 
Elective (3)  Aspects of Myanmar  3  2  2 
Total  19  13  12 
Total Credits  19
Total hours  25
*A student can choose any three electives including those offered by the Department of Mathematics, Geology and Chemistry to fulfill total of 19 credit points. Counseling is advisable.
Foundation Courses
မ၁၀၀၁ မြန်မာစာ
Eng 1001 English
Core Course
Phys 1101 General Physics I
Elective Courses for Physics
Phys 1103 Modern Physics I
Math 1001 Mathematics
AM 1001 Aspects of Myanmar
Elective Course for Chemistry, Mathematics, Geology, Industrial Chemistry, Marine Science, Computer Science, Geography and Environmental Studies Students.
General Physics I
Module No. Phys 1101/1001
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course studies the motion in a plane, gravitational law, causes and types of friction, work, energy and power, rotational motion and dynamic, nature and phenomena of sound and properties and principal of fluid mechanics.
Learning Outcomes
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Differentiate the projectile motion, circular motion and rotational motion.
 Interpret the relations of work, energy and power and explain the conservation of energy.
 Inspect the Newton's law of gravitation, coefficients of friction
 Examine the fluid mechanics in detail.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Interpret the basic of components of motion, description of rotational motion.
 discuss the nature of sound and fluid flow in various containers.

Semester II
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  Hours/Week  
Lecture  Practical/Tutorial  
မ၁၀၀၂  မြန်မာစာ  3  2  2 
Eng 1002  English  3  2  2 
Phys 1102  General Physics I  4  3  2 
Elective (1)  *  3  2  2 
Elective (2)  *  3  2  2 
Elective (3)  Aspects of Myanmar  3  2  2 
Total  19  13  12 
Total Credits  19
Total hours  25
*A student can choose any three electives including those offered by the Department of Mathematics, Geology and Chemistry to fulfill total of 19 credit points. Counseling is advisable.
Foundation Courses
မ၁၀၀၂ မြန်မာစာ
Eng 1002 English
Core Course
Phys 1102 General Physics II
Elective Courses for Physics
Phys 1104 Modern Physics II
Math 1003 Mathematics
AM 1002 Aspects of Myanmar
Elective Course for Chemistry, Mathematics, Geology, Industrial Chemistry, Marine Science, Computer Science, Geography and Environmental Studies Students.
Phys 1002 General Physics II
*All students who wish to take Physics as a special or subsidiary subject must take Phys 1101/1001 and proceed to Phys 1102/1002. A total of 170 credit units must be required for a BSc Degree and a total of 218 credit units are required for an Honours Degree.
General Physics II
Module No. Phys 1102/1002
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course explores the light and illumination, basic DC circuits, solar energy technology, thermodynamics, heat engines and pumps.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Interpret the nature of light, interference, Young's interference, polarization, illumination, light sources, incandescent lamp, luminous flux and illuminance.
 Examine the resistance in series and parallel, Kirchhioff's rules and multi loops circuits and circuit applications.
 Distinguish the differences between the first law, second law and third law of thermodynamics processes and heat engines.
 Introduce the solar radiation, Greenhouse effect, electricity from solar energy, and passive and active solar system.
GenericLearning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Analyze the thin film interference, diffraction, fluorescent lamp, voltage sources, solar heating and cooling system.

Semester II
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  Hours/Week  
Lecture  Practical/Tutorial  
Eng 2001  English  3  2  2 
Phys 2101  Mathematical Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 2103  Electric and Magnetic Fields  4  3  2 
Phys 2105  Atomic Physics  4  3  2 
Elective (1)  *  3  2  2 
Elective (2)  *  3  2  2 
Total  21  15  12 
Total Credits  21
Total hours  27
*A student can choose any two electives offered from the Department of Mathematics and Physics to fulfill total of 21 credits. Phys 2107 is assigned as Elective 1. Phys 2109 or Math 2001 is assigned as Elective 2.
Foundation Course
Eng 2001 English
Core Courses for Physics
Phys 2101 Mathematical Physics
Phys 2103 Electric and Magnetic Fields
Phys 2105 Atomic Physics
Elective Courses for Physics
Phys 2107 Statistical Mechanics
Phys 2109 Spacetime Physics
Math 2001 Mathematics
Elective Courses for Chemistry, Mathematics, Geology, Industrial Chemistry, Marine Science, Geography and Environmental Studies Students.
Phys 2003 Electric and Magnetic Fields
Mathematical Physics
Module No. Phys 2101
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces the Vector Algebra, Vector Differentiation, Vector Integration and Curvilinear Coordinates.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies VectorandScalars, Decomposition of Vectors, Multiplication of Vectors, Relation between scalar and vector product.
 Examines the Scalar and vector fields, Vector Differentiation, The Gradient, Divergence of a Vector, and Curl of a Vector.
 Introduces the Line Integrals, Surface Integrals, Volume Integrals, Divergence Theorem, and Stroke’s Theorem.
 Explains the Curvilinear Coordinates of a Point and Transformations, Coordinate Surfaces, Coordinate Curves and Orthogonal Coordinates, Gradient, Divergence, Curl, Laplacian, Cylindrical Coordinates, and Spherical Coordinates.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Studies the Addition and Subtraction of Vectors and its applications.
 Explains the Unit Vectors, Displacement Vectors, Arc Length and Volume Element, and Special Orthogonal Coordinate Systems.
Electric and Magnetic Fields
Module No. Phys 2103/2003
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course expresses Static Electric Fields; Part (1 and 2), Steady Electric Current, Magnetic Field of Steady Current, Induced Electromotive Force and Maxwell’s Equation.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains Electric Field, Electric Field due to a Dipole, Torque on a Dipole, Line of Force, and Applications of Gauss’ Law.
 Describes Homogeneity, Linearity and Isotropy, Dielectrics and Permittivity, Polarization, and Table of Boundary Relations.
 Inspects the Current and Current Density, Power Relations and Joule’s Law, Electric Circuit, Resistivity and Conductivity, Current Density and Ohm’s Law at a point, Divergence J and Conductivity Relations for Current Density, and Current and Field at a ConductorConductor Boundary.
 Studies the Effect of Magnetic on a CurrentCarrying Wire, Lorentz Equation and Lorentz Force Diagram, Magnetic Field of a Moving Charge, Magnetic Field of Long Straight Wire, Magnetic Field of a Circular Loop, Magnetic Field of a Solenoid, and Ampere’s Law.
 Examines the Motional Electromotive Force, Faraday’s Law, and Lenz’s Law.
 Explains the Derivation of Maxwell’s Equations, Maxwell’s Equations in General Form, Maxwell’s Equations in Free Space, and Maxwell’s Equations for Harmonically Varying Fields.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Examines the Electric Flux, Gauss’ Law, the Energy Density of the Electric Field, and Important Terms.
 Interprets the Electric Field in a Dielectric, Boundary Relations, and Dielectric Strength.
 Inspects the Conductors and Insulators, Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law and the Potential Difference, Electromotive Force (emf), Tubes of Current, Kirchhoff’s Current Law, Current and Field at a ConductorInsulator Boundary, and Laplace’s Equation for Conducting Media.
 Explains the Effect of a Current on a Magnet, and the Force between Two Parallel Linear Conductors.
Atomic Physics
Module No. Phys 2105
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces Atoms, Ions and Electrons, the Special Theory of Relativity, Properties of Electromagnetic Radiation, Wave and Particles, The Hydrogen Atom, Optical Spectra and Electronic Structure and Xrays Spectra.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains Atoms, Ions, Isotopes, Atomic Models, Milikan’s Oil drop experiment, Cathode Rays, Properties of Cathode Rays, Determination of e/m for cathode rays, Mass of Electron, and Mass of Hydrogen atoms.
 Interprets Newtonian relativity, Galilean transformation equations, Postulate of special theory of relativity, the Lorentz transformation equations, and Relativity of Length, Time, and Mass.
 Introduces Electromagnetic radiation, Black Body radiation, Stefan Boltzmann’s Law, Wein’s displacement law, RayleighJean’s law, Planck’s radiation law, Photoelectric effect equation, Einstein’s photoelectric and Velocity of photoelectrons.
 Distinguish De Broglie’s wave particle dualism, De Broglie’s hypothesis, Explanation of Bohr’s quantum condition by De Broglie’s wave particle dualism, Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle and Schroedinger’s equation for a single particle.
 Express Spectrum of Hydrogen, Spectral series of hydrogen atom with their spectral region, Bohr’s theory of the Hatom, the radius of the n^{th}orbit, the total energy of the n^{th} state, Ionization potential, and Bohr’s quantum condition and de Broglie’s matter wave concept.
 Inspects Optical spectra series, the most intense spectral lines series, Vector model of an atom, Orbital angular momentum vector, Electron spin vector, Total angular momentum vector, Magnetic moment of an orbital electron, Magnetic moment due to spin, Pauli’s Exclusion principle, and Spectral Notation.
 Examines Xray spectra, Discovery of Xrays, Production of Xrays, Properties of Xrays, Measurement of the intensity of Xrays, Absorption of Xrays, Total absorption coefficient, Mass absorption coefficient, Typical Xrays spectra, Continuous (Xrays) spectrum, Sharp line (Xrays) spectrum, and Xrays energy level diagram.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains the Unit mass unit, and the Relationship between the total energy, the rest energy and the momentum.
Statistical Mechanics
Module No. Phys 2107
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces classical statistics, quantum statistics and applications of quantum statistics.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces phase space, energy states, energy levels, degeneracy, macrostates and microstates, thermodynamic probability, second law of thermodynamic and MaxwellBoltzmann distribution function.
 Explores Bosons and Fermions, BaseEinstein statics and FermiDirac statics.
 Introduces classical approach to blackbody radiation, Planck’s radiation law, the Einstein theory, white dwarfs, and Hawking Radiation.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Studies partition function, information theory and molecular energies in an ideal gas.
 Interpret Fermi Level.
 Explores specific heats of solids, free electrons in a metal and black hole.
SpaceTime Physics
Module No. Phys 2109
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Motion in Mechanics, Theory of Relativity and Special Theory of Relativity.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains the Concept of Force, Newton’s First Law and Inertial Frames, Mass, Newton’s Second Law, the Gravitational Force and Weight, Newton’s Third Law, and Some applications of Newton’s Laws.
 Explores Frame of Reference, Inertial Frame of Reference, Galilean Transformations, and NonInertial Frame of Reference.
 Introduces Special Theory of Relativity, Ether Hypothesis, the MichelsonMorely Experiment, Working Experiment, Conclusions of MichelsonMorely experiment, Physical Significance of MichelsonMorely Experiment, Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity, and General Theory of Relativity.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Express the Newtonian Relativity.
Introduce the Minkowski’s Four Dimensional SpaceTime Continuum.
Semester I
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  Hours/Week  
Lecture  Practical/Tutorial  
Eng 2001  English  3  2  2 
Phys 2101  Mathematical Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 2103  Electric and Magnetic Fields  4  3  2 
Phys 2105  Atomic Physics  4  3  2 
Elective (1)  *  3  2  2 
Elective (2)  *  3  2  2 
Total  21  15  12 
Total Credits  21
Total hours  27
*A student can choose any two electives offered from the Department of Mathematics and Physics to fulfill total of 21 credits. Phys 2107 is assigned as Elective 1. Phys 2109 or Math 2001 is assigned as Elective 2.
Foundation Course
Eng 2001 English
Core Courses for Physics
Phys 2101 Mathematical Physics
Phys 2103 Electric and Magnetic Fields
Phys 2105 Atomic Physics
Elective Courses for Physics
Phys 2107 Statistical Mechanics
Phys 2109 Spacetime Physics
Math 2001 Mathematics
Elective Courses for Chemistry, Mathematics, Geology, Industrial Chemistry, Marine Science, Geography and Environmental Studies Students.
Phys 2003 Electric and Magnetic Fields
Mathematical Physics
Module No. Phys 2101
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces the Vector Algebra, Vector Differentiation, Vector Integration and Curvilinear Coordinates.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies VectorandScalars, Decomposition of Vectors, Multiplication of Vectors, Relation between scalar and vector product.
 Examines the Scalar and vector fields, Vector Differentiation, The Gradient, Divergence of a Vector, and Curl of a Vector.
 Introduces the Line Integrals, Surface Integrals, Volume Integrals, Divergence Theorem, and Stroke’s Theorem.
 Explains the Curvilinear Coordinates of a Point and Transformations, Coordinate Surfaces, Coordinate Curves and Orthogonal Coordinates, Gradient, Divergence, Curl, Laplacian, Cylindrical Coordinates, and Spherical Coordinates.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Studies the Addition and Subtraction of Vectors and its applications.
 Explains the Unit Vectors, Displacement Vectors, Arc Length and Volume Element, and Special Orthogonal Coordinate Systems.
Electric and Magnetic Fields
Module No. Phys 2103/2003
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course expresses Static Electric Fields; Part (1 and 2), Steady Electric Current, Magnetic Field of Steady Current, Induced Electromotive Force and Maxwell’s Equation.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains Electric Field, Electric Field due to a Dipole, Torque on a Dipole, Line of Force, and Applications of Gauss’ Law.
 Describes Homogeneity, Linearity and Isotropy, Dielectrics and Permittivity, Polarization, and Table of Boundary Relations.
 Inspects the Current and Current Density, Power Relations and Joule’s Law, Electric Circuit, Resistivity and Conductivity, Current Density and Ohm’s Law at a point, Divergence J and Conductivity Relations for Current Density, and Current and Field at a ConductorConductor Boundary.
 Studies the Effect of Magnetic on a CurrentCarrying Wire, Lorentz Equation and Lorentz Force Diagram, Magnetic Field of a Moving Charge, Magnetic Field of Long Straight Wire, Magnetic Field of a Circular Loop, Magnetic Field of a Solenoid, and Ampere’s Law.
 Examines the Motional Electromotive Force, Faraday’s Law, and Lenz’s Law.
 Explains the Derivation of Maxwell’s Equations, Maxwell’s Equations in General Form, Maxwell’s Equations in Free Space, and Maxwell’s Equations for Harmonically Varying Fields.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Examines the Electric Flux, Gauss’ Law, the Energy Density of the Electric Field, and Important Terms.
 Interprets the Electric Field in a Dielectric, Boundary Relations, and Dielectric Strength.
 Inspects the Conductors and Insulators, Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law and the Potential Difference, Electromotive Force (emf), Tubes of Current, Kirchhoff’s Current Law, Current and Field at a ConductorInsulator Boundary, and Laplace’s Equation for Conducting Media.
 Explains the Effect of a Current on a Magnet, and the Force between Two Parallel Linear Conductors.
Atomic Physics
Module No. Phys 2105
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces Atoms, Ions and Electrons, the Special Theory of Relativity, Properties of Electromagnetic Radiation, Wave and Particles, The Hydrogen Atom, Optical Spectra and Electronic Structure and Xrays Spectra.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains Atoms, Ions, Isotopes, Atomic Models, Milikan’s Oil drop experiment, Cathode Rays, Properties of Cathode Rays, Determination of e/m for cathode rays, Mass of Electron, and Mass of Hydrogen atoms.
 Interprets Newtonian relativity, Galilean transformation equations, Postulate of special theory of relativity, the Lorentz transformation equations, and Relativity of Length, Time, and Mass.
 Introduces Electromagnetic radiation, Black Body radiation, Stefan Boltzmann’s Law, Wein’s displacement law, RayleighJean’s law, Planck’s radiation law, Photoelectric effect equation, Einstein’s photoelectric and Velocity of photoelectrons.
 Distinguish De Broglie’s wave particle dualism, De Broglie’s hypothesis, Explanation of Bohr’s quantum condition by De Broglie’s wave particle dualism, Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle and Schroedinger’s equation for a single particle.
 Express Spectrum of Hydrogen, Spectral series of hydrogen atom with their spectral region, Bohr’s theory of the Hatom, the radius of the n^{th}orbit, the total energy of the n^{th} state, Ionization potential, and Bohr’s quantum condition and de Broglie’s matter wave concept.
 Inspects Optical spectra series, the most intense spectral lines series, Vector model of an atom, Orbital angular momentum vector, Electron spin vector, Total angular momentum vector, Magnetic moment of an orbital electron, Magnetic moment due to spin, Pauli’s Exclusion principle, and Spectral Notation.
 Examines Xray spectra, Discovery of Xrays, Production of Xrays, Properties of Xrays, Measurement of the intensity of Xrays, Absorption of Xrays, Total absorption coefficient, Mass absorption coefficient, Typical Xrays spectra, Continuous (Xrays) spectrum, Sharp line (Xrays) spectrum, and Xrays energy level diagram.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains the Unit mass unit, and the Relationship between the total energy, the rest energy and the momentum.
Statistical Mechanics
Module No. Phys 2107
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces classical statistics, quantum statistics and applications of quantum statistics.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces phase space, energy states, energy levels, degeneracy, macrostates and microstates, thermodynamic probability, second law of thermodynamic and MaxwellBoltzmann distribution function.
 Explores Bosons and Fermions, BaseEinstein statics and FermiDirac statics.
 Introduces classical approach to blackbody radiation, Planck’s radiation law, the Einstein theory, white dwarfs, and Hawking Radiation.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Studies partition function, information theory and molecular energies in an ideal gas.
 Interpret Fermi Level.
 Explores specific heats of solids, free electrons in a metal and black hole.
SpaceTime Physics
Module No. Phys 2109
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Motion in Mechanics, Theory of Relativity and Special Theory of Relativity.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains the Concept of Force, Newton’s First Law and Inertial Frames, Mass, Newton’s Second Law, the Gravitational Force and Weight, Newton’s Third Law, and Some applications of Newton’s Laws.
 Explores Frame of Reference, Inertial Frame of Reference, Galilean Transformations, and NonInertial Frame of Reference.
 Introduces Special Theory of Relativity, Ether Hypothesis, the MichelsonMorely Experiment, Working Experiment, Conclusions of MichelsonMorely experiment, Physical Significance of MichelsonMorely Experiment, Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity, and General Theory of Relativity.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Express the Newtonian Relativity.
 Introduce the Minkowski’s Four Dimensional SpaceTime Continuum.

Semester II
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  Hours/Week  
Lecture  Practical/Tutorial  
Eng 2002  English  3  2  2 
Phys 2102  Computational Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 2104  Thermal Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 2106  Analytical Mechanics  4  3  2 
Elective (1)  *  3  2  2 
Elective (2)  *  3  2  2 
Total  21  15  12 
Total Credits  21
Total hours  27
*A student can choose any two electives offered from the Department of Mathematics and Physics to fulfill total of 21 credits. Phys 2108 is assigned as Elective 1. Phys 2110 or Math 2004 is assigned as Elective 2.
Foundation Course
Eng 2002 English
Core Courses for Physics
Phys 2102 Computational Physics
Phys 2104 Thermal Physics
Phys 2106 Analytical Mechanics
Elective Courses for Physics
Phys 2108 Optics & Photonics III
Phys 2110 Relativistic Mechanics
Math 2004 Mathematics
Elective Course for Chemistry, Mathematics, Geology, Industrial Chemistry, Marine Science,
Geography, Computer Science and Environmental Studies Students.
Phys 2004 Thermal Physics
Computational Physics
Module No. Phys 2102
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces First Order Differential Equations, Second Order Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, and Applications.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies Differential Equations, Solution of a Differential Equation, Differential equations with Separable Variables, Exact Differential Equation and Homogeneous Equation.
 Explains Equations of Order Higher than One, Linear Differential Equation of order “n”, Fundamental Theorems on Linear Differential Equations, Solutions of Linear Equations with Constant Coefficients, and Particular Integrals.
 ExploresDefinitions and Notations, Method of Forming PDEs, Solutions of a Partial Differential Equation, Linear PDEs of the First Order, Lagrange’s Linear Equation, Method of Multipliers, NonLinear PDEs of the First Order, and Linear PDE of n^{th} Order with Charpit’s Method.
 Examine Mechanics, Vibrating String, Temperature Problems, One Dimensional Heat Flow, Electric Circuits and Radioactivity.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains Linear Equation, and Bernoulli’s Equation.
 Introduces Complementary Function, Method of Undetermined Coefficients and Series Method.
 Studies Transformations, Complete Solution by Charpit’s Method, Complementary Function, Particular Integrals, and Method of Separation of Variables.
Thermal Physics
Module No. Phys 2104/2004
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course studies First law of Thermodynamics, Second Law of Thermodynamics and Third Law of Thermodynamics.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces the First Law of Thermodynamics, Internal Energy, Heat Engines, Heat and Specific Heat, Heat Capacity, Relation between C_{p} and C_{v}, C_{p} and C_{v} Relation for Adiabatic Process, Molar Specific Heat of an Ideal Gas, Processes for Ideal Gases and Thermal Expansion.
 Explains the Physical Description of the Second Law, KelvinPlanck and Clausius Statements, Macroscopic Definition of Entropy, and Principle of Increase of Entropy.
 Studies the Third Law of Thermodynamics, The Kinetic Theory of Gases, Molecular Model of an Ideal Gas, The equipartition of energy and The MaxwellBoltzmann’s distribution law.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Studies the Applications of Thermodynamics, Unit Systems, Gasoline Engines, Diesel Engine, Steam Engine, Experimental Determination of Heat Capacities, Quasistatic Adiabatic Process for Ideal Gas, and Equations of State.
 Examines the Reversible Processes and Cycles, Sign Convention of Heat and Work, and Change in Entropy and Carnot Cycle.
 Explores the Distribution of Molecular Speeds, the Mean Free Path.
AnalyticalMechanics
Module No. Phys 2106
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Statics of Rigid Bodies, Work, Potential Energy and Gravitational Potential, Motion of Particle in (i) Uniform Field (ii) A Central Force Field, Motion of a System of Particles, Lagrangian and Hamiltonian, Oscillations, Resonance and Anharmonic Oscillation and Motion of a Rigid Body in a Plane.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains the Center of Mass of System of Particles, Mass Centers of Solid Bodies, Extent of a System, Internal and External Forces, Equilibrium, Moment of Force, General Conditions of Equilibrium for a Rigid Body acted upon by a System of Coplanar Forces, Center of Gravity of System of Particles, and Friction.
 Examine the Work Done by a Force, Potential Energy and Conservative Field, Conservation of Energy, Kinetic Energy, Law of Gravitation. Gravitational Field Strength, and Potential Energy in a Gravitational Field.
 Explores the Falling Body, Particle on a Smooth Inclined Plane, Atwood’s Machine, Motion with Resistance, Falling Body: Resistance Proportional to the First Power of the Velocity, Projectile with Air Resistance, Motion of a Particle in a Central Force Field, A real Velocity and Angular Momentum of a Particle moving in a Central Force Field, Statement of Kepler’s Law, and Black Holes.
 Interprets the Linear and Angular Momentum for a Single Particle, Linear Momentum of the Center of Mass of a System of Particles, Angular Momentum of a System of Particles, Generalized Coordinates, Generalized Forces, Lagrange’s Equations, and Hamiltonian.
 Inspects the Motion of a Simple Pendulum, Physical Interpretation of terms, Energy of the Oscillator, and The General Solution and the Underdamped Motion.
 Studies the General Displacement of a Rigid Body, Kinetic Energy of Rotation. The Moment of Inertia, Angular Momentum of a Rigid Body Moving Parallel to a Fixed Plane. The Rotational Equation of Motion, and Theorem of Parallel Axes.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Inspects the Work required to raise a system of Particles at the Earth’s Surface, Potential Energy, Field and Potential of an Extended Body, and Field and Potential of a Homogeneous Spherical Body.
 Studies the Projectile in Vacuum, Acceleration in Plane Polar Coordinates, and Differential Equation of the Orbit.
 Examines the Angular Momentum of a System of Particles in terms of the Center of Mass.
 Explain the Critically damped and Overdamped Motion, General Solution of the Forced Harmonic Oscillator, Resonance, Rate at which Work being done and Anharmonic Oscillators.
 Studies the Calculation of Moments of Inertia, Compound Pendulum, Coupled Pendulums, and Normal Coordinates.
Optics and Photonics III
Module No. Phys 2108
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Light, Interference of Two Beams of Light, Interference Involving Multiple Reflections, and Diffraction of Light.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Examines the Wave motion, Phase and Phase Difference, The superposition of waves, and Addition of Simple Harmonic Motions along the same line.
 Inspects theHuygen’s Principle, Young’s Experiment, Interference Fringes from a double source, and Fresnel’s biprism.
 Explain the Reflection from a planeparallel film, Interference in the transmitted light, and Newton’s Rings.
 Explores the Fresnel and Fraunhofer Diffraction, Diffraction by a single slit, Beam spreading, Intensity distribution of the single slit diffraction pattern, The Grating equation, and Dispersion and resolving power.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Studies the Categories of emission and absorption, Optical Sources, Incandescent Sources, Light emitting diode, and Lasers.
 Interpret the Intensity distribution in the Fringe System.
 Explains the Fringes of equal inclination, and Fringes of equal thickness.
 Inspects the Resolution of imaging system, The double slit, Positions of the Maxima and Minima Missing Orders, Principal Maxima, Minima and Secondary Maxima, and Difference between dispersive power and resolving power of a grating.
Relativistic Mechanics
Module No. Phys 2110
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces Waves, Special Theory of Relativity, Introduction to Curved Space Time.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains Phase Velocity or Wave Velocity, and Group Velocity.
 Examines What is Relativity, Lorentz Transformation Equations of Space and Time, Relativity of Simultaneity, Time Dilation, Experimental Verification of Time Dilation, Addition of Velocities, Variation of Mass with Velocity, Rest Mass of a Photon, Mass Energy Relation, Experimental Evidence of Massenergy Equivalence, the EnergyMomentum 4Vector.
 Introduce Gravity as Spacetime Curvature.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
Explores Twin Paradox, and Length Contraction or LorentzFitzgerald Contraction.
Semester I
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  Hours/Week  
Lecture  Practical/Tutorial  
Eng 3001  English  3  2  2 
Phys 3101  AC Circuits & Electronics  4  3  2 
Phys 3103  Nuclear Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 3105  Classical Mechanics  4  3  2 
Phys 3107  Electromagnetic Wave Theory  4  3  2 
Elective  *  3  2  2 
Total  22  16  12 
Total Credits  22
Total hours – 28
*A student can choose any one elective offered from the Department of Mathematics and Physics to fulfill total of 22 credits. Phys 3109 or Phys 3111 or Math 3001 is assigned as elective.
Foundation Course
Eng 3001 English
Core Courses
Phys 3101 AC Circuits & Electronics
Phys 3103 Nuclear Physics
Phys 3105 ClassicalMechanics
Phys 3107 Electromagnetic Wave Theory
Elective Courses
Phys 3109 Mathematical Physics
Phys 3111 Optics & Photonics IV
Math 3001 Mathematics
AC Circuit & Electronics
Module No. Phys3101
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Elementary Network Theory, Sinusoidal Steady State Response of Circuits, Series and Parallel Circuits, Network Theorems, Transformer, Diode Applications, Special Purpose Diode, Bipolar Junction Transistors, and Transistor Bias Circuits.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies Kirchhoff’s Rules, and Loop Method.
 Explains Phase between the Current i(t) and the Voltage v(t), Effective or Root Mean Square Value of a Sine Wave, Average value of Sinusoidal Waves, Pure R circuit, Pure C circuit, and Pure L circuit.
 Introduces Series circuits, Parallel circuits, Series RL circuit, Series RC circuit, Power factor and the RLC circuit.
 Explores Superposition theorems, Thevenin’s theorem, and Norton’s theorem.
 Interprets the Basic Transformer, Transformers, and Reflected Impedance.
 Expresses the HalfWave rectifiers, FullWave rectifiers, and Power supply, Filters and Regulators.
 Inspects the Zener Diode, and Optoelectronic Devices.
 Distinguish Transistor construction, CommonBase (CB) Configuration, Common Emitter (CE) configuration, and CommonCollector (CC) configuration.
 Explains Variations in Current Gain, Emitter Bias, VoltageDivider Bias, VDB Load line and Q point, and TwoSupply Emitter Bias.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains General Aspects of Direct and Alternating Current systems, Types of emf’s and Currents, Unidirectional Current and Voltage, Oscillating Current or Voltage, Periodic Current or Voltage, and Definitions.
 Studies Two Branch Parallel Circuit, Admittance and ZY conversion.
 Introduces Dot Convention, the Ideal Transformer, and the Aircore Transformer.
 Explores the loaded Zener Regulator, Second Approximation of a Zener Diode.
 Interprets the Basic Transistor Operation, and Amplification.
 Expresses the Other Types of Bias.
Nuclear Physics
Module No. Phys3103
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Introduction to the Nucleus, Radioactivity, and Detectors of Nuclear Radiations.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces the Nuclear structure, Nuclide and Radionuclide, Classification of Nuclei, General Properties of Nucleus, Nuclear shape and size, Nuclear mass, Nuclear density, Nuclear charge, Nuclear spin, Nuclear Magnetic Dipole Moments, Nuclear Electric Quadrupole Moments, Stable and Unstable Nuclides, Nuclear Forces, the Liquid Drop Model, the Shell Model, Prediction of Nuclear Angular Momentum, and the Collective Model.
 Explain Natural Radioactivity, Artificial Radioactivity, Properties of the Radiations, Geiger’s Law, GeigerNuttal Law, the Neutrino Theory of Beta Decay, Nuclear Isomerism, Internal Conversion, Law of Radioactive Disintegration, Definition of Halflife Period, the Mean Life, Measurement of Decay Constants, Units of Activity, Law of Successive Disintegration, Radioactive Equilibrium, Radioactive Dating, and Biological Effects of Nuclear Radiations.
 Explores Ionization Chamber, Proportional Counter, GeigerMuller Counter, Bubble Chamber, Spark Chamber, Nuclear Emulsions, the Scintillation Counters, and Cerenkov Counter.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Introduces the Measurement of Nuclear Radius by using MirrorNuclei Method, Atomic Mass Unit, Nuclear Stability, Models of Nuclear Structure, and BetheWeizsacker formula.
 Examines Alpha Rays, Alpha particle disintegration energy, Alpha particle spectra, Theory of Alpha Decay, Gamow’s Theory of Alpha Decay, Experimental Verification of Theory of αDecay, Beta Rays, Beta Ray spectra, Magnetic spectrograph, Origin of Line and Continuous Spectrum, Gamma Ray, Fundamental laws of radioactivity, Soddy Fajan’s Displacement Law, and Natural Radioactive series.
 Expresses Interaction between Energetic Particles and Matter, SolidState Detectors, the Wilson Cloud Chamber, and Diffusion Cloud Chamber.
Classical Mechanics
Module No. Phys 3105
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Introduction to Newtonian Mechanics, Systems of Particles, Lagrangian Formulation, Vibrational Principle, and Central Force Motion.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces Frames of Reference, Newton’s Law of Motion, Inertial and NonInertial Frames, Laws of Conservation, Motion under a Velocity Dependent Force, and Motion of charged Particles in Magnetic Fields.
 Explains Centre of Mass, Conservation of Linear Momentum, and Kinetic Energy for a system of Particles.
 Inspects Constraints, Generalized Coordinates, Principle of Virtual work, and D’ Alembert’s Principle, and Lagrange’s Equations.
 Expresses Hamilton’s Principle, and Lagrange’s Equation from Hamilton’s Principle.
 Examines Reduction to OneBodyProblem, Effective Potential, and Classification of Orbits.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Interprets Motion under a constant force, Motion under a Timedepend, and Reflection of Radio waves from the Ionosphere.
 Explains Angular Momentum, Energy Conservation of a system of Particles, and Time Varying Mass SystemRockets.
 Inspects Kinetic Energy in Generalized Coordinates, and Generalized Momentum.
 Examines Deduction of Hamilton’s Principle, and Hamilton’s Principle for NonHolonomic System.
 Describes General Properties of Central Force Motion, and Motion in a Central Force FieldGeneral Solution.
Electromagnetic Wave Theory
Module No. Phys 3107
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces the static magnetic field of electromagnetic materials, Laplace’s and Poisson’s Equations and Boundaryvalue problems, Time changing electric and magnetic fields and the relation between field and circuit theory, and Maxwell’s equations.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces Magnetic Materials, Uniformly Rod and Equivalent Airfilled Solenoid, the Magnetic vectors B, H and M, Boundary relation, Magnetization curves, Hysteresis, Permanent Magnets and the Magnetic circuits; Relutance and Permanance.
 Interprets Solution of Laplace’s equation in rectangular coordinates, the ParallelPlate Capacitor, PointbyPoint Method, Poisson’s equation, and ParallelPlate Capacitor with Space Charge.
 Explains Faraday’s Law, Maxwell’s Equation from Faraday’s Law: Integral form, Moving Conductor in a Magnetic Field, Stoke’s Theorem, Maxwell’s Equation from Faraday’s Law: Differential form, the Transformer, Eddy Current, Displacement Current, Maxwell’s Equation from Ampere’s Law: Complete Expression, and Comparison of Electric and Magnetic Field Relation.
 Inspects Maxwell’s Equation as Generalizations of Circuit Equations, Maxwell’s Equation in Free Space, Maxwell’s Equation for Harmonically Varying Fields, and Tables of Maxwell’s Equation.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains Bar Magnets and Magnetic Poles, Relative Permeability, Magnetic Dipoles and Magnetization, Tables of Boundary Relations for Magnetic Fields, Ferromagnetism, Energy in a Magnet, and Demagnetization.
 Explores Uniqueness, the Infinite Square Trough, and Square Trough with Different Potential on Each Side.
 Introduces General Case of Induction, Example of Induction, Mutual Inductance and SelfInductance, AlternatingCurrent Behaviour of Ferromagnetic Materials, Dielectric Hysteresis, Boundary relations, and General Field Relations.
 Inspects Applications of Circuit and Field Theory, and the Series Circuit; Comparison of Field and Circuit Theory.
Mathematical Physics
Module No. Phys 3109
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course describes Matrices, Complex Numbers, and Functions of a Complex Variable.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces Various types of Matrices, Addition of matrices, Properties of Matrices, Subtraction of matrices, Scalar multiple of a matrix, Multiplication, (AB)′ = B′A′, Properties of matrix multiplication, Adjoint of a square matrix, Properties of adjoint matrix, Inverse of a matrix, Solution of simultaneous linear equations, Rank of a matrix, Types of linear equations, and Consistency of a system of linear equations.
 Explains Complex numbers, Geometrical representation of imaginary numbers, Argand diagram, Modulus and Argument, Formulae of hyperbolic functions, and DE Moivre’s Theorem.
 Explores Complex variable, Function of a complex variable, Analytic Function, the Necessary Condition for f(z) to be analytic, CR equation in polar form, Harmonic function and Method to find the conjugate function.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains Elementary transformations, Elementary matrices, Theorem, To compute the inverse of a matrix from elementary matrices, Normal form, Solution of simultaneous equation, Characteristic Roots of Eigen values, CayleyHamilton theorem, Characteristic vectors or Eigen vectors, Diagonalisation of matrix, and Sylvester’s Theorem.
 Interprets Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Exponential and Circular Functions of Complex Variable, and Roots of a Complex Numbers.
 Explores Limit of function of a complex variable, Continuity, Differentiability, Sufficient condition for f(z) to be analytic, Orthogonal Curves, Milne Thomson Method, Geometrical Representation, Transformation, Conformal Transformation, Theorem, Translation, Magnification and Rotation, Inversion and Reflection, and Transformation.
Semester II
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  Hours/Week  
Lecture  Practical/Tutorial  
Eng 3002  English  3  2  2 
Phys 3102  Electronics  4  3  2 
Phys 3104  Nuclear Physics  4  3  2 
Phys3106  Classical Mechanics  4  3  2 
Phys 3108  Electromagnetic Wave Theory  4  3  2 
Elective  *  3  2  2 
Total  22  16  12 
Total Credits  22
Total hours – 28
*A student can choose any one elective offered from the Department of Mathematics and Physics to fulfill total of 22 credits. Phys 3110 or Phys 3112 or Math 3003 is assigned as elective.
Foundation Course
Eng 3002 English
Core Courses
Phys 3102 Electronics
Phys 3104 Nuclear Physics
Phys 3106 Classical Mechanics
Phys 3108 Electromagnetic Wave Theory
Elective Courses for Physics
Phys 3110 Mathematical Physics
Phys 3112 Optics & Photonics V
Math 3003 Mathematics
Electronics
Module No. Phys 3102
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course explores the power amplifier, Field Effect Transistors, Amplifier Frequency Response and operational amplifiers.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explores the Class A Amplifier with Eg 1.1,1.2 and 1.3, Nonlinear Distortion, Power Gain, Quiescent Power, Efficiency with Ex 6,7,and 8, Class B Pushpull Amplifiers, Crossover Distortion, Class AB Operation with Eg 1.4,1.5 and Ex 18, Class C Amplifier, Basic Operation, Power Dissipation with Ex 19,20.
 Introduces Basic idea , Gate Voltage Controls Drain Current, Drain Curves with Eg 2.2, The Transconductance Curve, Biasing in the Ohmic Region with Eg 2.3, and JFET Amplifiers with Eg 2.4 and Ex (16to 23).
 Studies Miller's Theorem and Decibels with Eg 3.1,3.2 and 3.3, Low Frequency Amplifier Response with Eg 3.4, 3.5 and Ex 5, (13 to 20).
 Introduces the Differential Amplifier with Eg 4.1, OpAmp Parameters with Eg 4.3,4.4 and Ex (8 to 14).
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explores Bipolar Juncition Transistors (BJT), Common Emitter Configuration, CommonBase Configuration, CommonCollector Configuration, AC load Line, DC load Line with Ex 1,2,3,4,5,9,10 and 11, Maximum Output Power Efficiency with Ex 13,14,15,16 and 17.
 Studies Biasing in the Active Region, Transconductance with Ex (1 to 15) , 24,25,26.
 Introduces the General Concepts, High Frequency Amplifier Response with Ex (1 to 4) , (6 to 12) and 21.
 Studies the Introduction to Operation Amplifiers with Ex (1 to 7).
Nuclear Physics
Module No. Phys 3104
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course studies the artificial transmutation of elements, elementary particles, particle accelerators, and health physics.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies the Introduction, The discovery of artificial transmutation, Bohr's Theory of Nuclear Disintegration, Nuclear Reactions, Energy Balance in Nuclear Reactions and Qvalue, Threshold Energy of an Endoergic Reaction, and Nuclear Transmutation.
 Explores the Introduction, Particles and Antiparticles, Fundamental Interactions, Elementary Particle Quantum Numbers, The Quark Model, Charm, Bottom and Top, and Three Generations of quarks and leptons.
 Explain the Introduction, The Linear Accelerator, The Cyclotron, and Theory.
 Introduces theHealth Physics,Interaction of Radioactive with Matter, Linear Attenuation Coefficients, Mean Free Path, and Radiation Quantities and Units.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Introduces the Nuclear Reaction Cross Section.
 Interpret the Antimatter, Conservation Laws and Symmetry, and Coloured Quarks and Gluons.
 Studies the Van de Graff generator, The Synchrocyclotron, Theory and The Proton Synchrotron (Bevatron Cosmotron).
 Studies the Health Physicist, Attenuation of Electromagnetic Radiation, Mass Attenuation Coefficient, Half Value Layer (Penetrability of Photons), Homogeneity Coefficient, Radiation Protection Basics, and Monitoring of Radiation.
Classical Mechanics
Module No. Phys 3106
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces Hamiltonian mechanics, HamiltonianJacobi Theory, the motion of rigid bodies and special theory of relativity.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explores the Introduction, The Hamiltonian of a System, Hamilton’s Equations of Motion, Hamiltonian’s Equations from Variational Principle, and Canonical Transformation Type1, Type2, Type3, Type4.
 Studies the Introduction, HamiltonJacobi Equation, Hamilton’s Characteristic Function, Harmonic Oscillator in the HJ Method, Separation of Variables in the HJ Equation, and Central Force Problem in Plane Polar Coordinates.
 Introduces the Motion of Rigid body, Angular Momentum, Kinetic Energy, Inertia Tensor, Principle Axes, Euler’s Angles, and Infinitesimal Rotations.
 Interpret the Relativistic Lagrangian of a particle, Relativistic Hamiltonian of a particle, SpaceTime Diagram, and Geometrical Interpretation of Lorentz Transformation.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Studies the ActionAngle Variables, and Harmonic Oscillator in ActionAngle Variables.
 Introduces the Rate of Change of Vector, and Coriolis Force.
 Explores the Principle of Covariance, and FourVectors in Mechanics.
Electromagnetic Wave Theory
Module No. Phys 3108
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course studies timechanging electric and magnetic fields, the relation between field and circuit theory; Maxwell's equations and plane wave in dielectric and conduction media.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies the Introduction, Faraday’s Law, Maxwell’s Equation from Faraday’s Law: Integral Form, Moving Conductor in a Magnetic Field, General Case of Induction, Stoke’sTheorem, Maxwell’s Equation from Faraday’s Law: Differential Form, Mutual Inductance and Selfinductance, The Transformer, Eddy Currents, Displacement Current, Maxwell’s Equation from Ampere’s Law: Complete Expression, and General Field Relations.
 Explores the Introduction, Applications of Circuit and Field Theory, The Series Circuit: Comparison of Field and Circuit Theory, Maxwell’s Equations as Generalizations of Circuit Equations, Tables of Maxwell’s Equations, and the Central Force Problem in Plane Polar Coordinates.
 Explains the Introduction, Plane Waves and Wave Equation, Solutions of the Wave Equation, Table of Solutions of the Wave Equation, Phase Velocity, Index of Refraction, Group Velocity, Impedance of Dielectric Media, Impedance of Transmission Line Cell, Energy Relations in a Traveling Wave, The Poynting Vector, Energy Relations in a Standing Wave, Conductors and Dielectrics, Wave Equation for Conducting Media, Depth of Penetration, and Relaxation Time.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Studies the Examples of Induction, Alternatingcurrent Behavior of Ferromagnetic Materials, Dielectric Hysteresis, Boundary Relations, and Comparison of Electric and Magnetic Field Relations.
 Introduces the Maxwell’s Equations in Free Space, and Maxwell’s Equations for Harmonically Varying Fields.
 Explores the Two Plane Waves Traveling in Opposite Directions; Standing Waves, Impedance of Conducting Media, The Poynting Vector in Conducting Media, Circuit Application of the Poynting Vector, and General Development of the Wave Equation.
Mathematical Physics
Module No. Phys 3110
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course explores special functions, partial differential equations and gamma, beta functions, differentiation under the internal sign.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Analyze the Power Series Solutions of Differential Equations, Ordinary Point, Solution about Singular Points, Bessel’s Equations, Solution of Bessel’s Equation, Orthogonality of Bessel Functions, A Generating Function For J_{n}(x), FourierBessel Expansion, Ber and Bei Functions, and Legendre’s Equation.
 Studies the Solution of Equation by Direct Integration, Partial Differential Equations NonLinear in P and Q, Charpit’sMethod, and Monge’s Method (Non Linear Equation of the Second Order).
 Introduces the Gamma Function, Beta Function, A property of Beta Function, Relation between Beta and Gamma Functions, Error Functions, the Complementary Error Function.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Studies the Bessel Functions, Recurrence Formulae, Equations Reducible to Bessel’s Equation, Trigonometric Expansion Involving Bessel Functions, and Bessel’s Integral.
 Introduces the NonHomogeneous Linear Equations.
Explores the Evaluation of Beta Function, Transformation of Beta Function, Differentiation Under the Internal Sign, and Leibnitz’s Rule.
Semester I
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  Hours/Week  
Lecture  Practical/Tutorial  
Eng 4001  English  3  2  2 
Phys 4101  Electronics  4  3  2 
Phys 4103  Nuclear Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 4105  Quantum Mechanics  4  3  2 
Phys 4107  Condensed Matter Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 4109  Theoretical Physics  4  3  2 
Total  23  17  12 
Total Credits  23
Total hours  29
*A student can choose Physics to fulfill total of 23 credits.
Foundation Course
Eng 4001 English
Core Courses
Phys 4101 Electronics
Phys 4103 Nuclear Physics
Phys 4105 Quantum Mechanics
Phys 4107 Condensed Matter Physics
Phys 4109Theoretical Physics
Electronics
Module No. Phys 4101
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Operational Amplifiers, Basic Opamp Circuits, Active Filters, Oscillators and Voltage Regulators.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces the Differential Amplifiers, and Opamps with Negative Feedback.
 Explains Summing Amplifiers, Integrator and Differentiator.
 Examines Active Lowpass Filters, and Active Highpass Filters.
 Inspects Oscillator with RC feedback circuit, and Oscillator with LC feedback circuits
 Explores Integrated Circuit Voltage Regulators.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains Effects of Negative feedback on Opamp Impedance.
 Interprets Active Bandpass Filters, and Active Bandstop filters.
 Expresses Relaxation Oscillators, and the 555Timers as an Oscillator.
Electronics
Module No. Phys 4103
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces Basic Properties of the Neutron, Nuclear Reaction Cross Section, and Neutron Detectors.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains Neutrons Interaction, Classification of Neutrons, and Types of Neutron Interactions.
 Interprets Microscopic Cross Section and Mean Free Path.
 Expresses Slow Neutron Detection, Fission Counters, and Detection of Intermediate Neutrons.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Examines What is Research.
Quantum Mechanics
Module No. Phys 4105
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explainsDevelopmentsinquantumtheory,Blackbodyradiations,RayleighJean'slaw,Photoelectric& Comptoneffect,X ray, Electrondiffraction, Wavepackets & DeBroglie's waveparticle dualism, Probabilityamplitudes, Probabilityin Classical & Quantum Physics, Uncertainty Principle, WaveFunction, Operators, Time dependent and timeinde pendent Schrödinger’s equations.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces the Experimental study of the Black Body Radiation, Planck’s theory of Black Body Radiation, the Experimental Result of Photoelectric Effect, Einstein’s Explanation of Photoelectric Effect, and the Hydrogen Spectrum.
 Interprets Explanation of the Compton Effect, De Broglies Wave theory of Matter, De Broglies Hypothesis, Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle, Time Dependent Schrodinger Equation.
 Explains the Operators, Eigen Functions and Eigen Values, the Commutators, Linear Operators, the Hermiltian Operators, Linear Momentum Operator, and Angular Momentum Operators.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Examines the Theoretical Studies of the Black Radiation.
 Explores Wave Packet, Application of Uncertainty Principle, and the Properties of the Wave Function.
Condensed Matter Physics
Module No. Phys 4107
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Crystal structure, Simple Crystal Structures, Crystal Diffraction and Reciprocal Lattice.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces Lattice Translation Vectors, Fundamental Types of Lattice, Two Dimensional Lattice Types, Three Dimensional Lattice Types, Index System for Crystal Plane, Direction Indices, Miller Indices, Coordination Number, Lattice Points per Unit Cell, and Pack Fraction.
 Examines Sodium Chloride structure, Diamond Cubic Structure, Cubic Zinc Sulfide structure, ClosePacked structure, Introduction of Bonding, Crystal Bonding, Covalent bond, Ionic bond, Metallic bond, Van der Walls Bonding, and Hydrogen bond.
 Interprets Xray Diffraction, Bragg’s Law, Reciprocal Lattice, Methods of Diffraction, Laue Method, Rotating Crystal Method, and Powder Method.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains Symmetry operations, Point Groups and Space Groups, Primitive Lattice Cell, and Interplanar Spacing.
 Inspects Symmetry, FiveFold Symmetry and Seven Fold Symmetry.
 Examines Ewald’s Sphere and Bragg Reflection, Atomic Form Factor and Structure Factor.
Theoretical Physics
Module No. Phys 4109
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces Differential Geometry for Curves, Differential Geometry for Surfaces, and Kinetics and Dynamics of Particles.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains Fundamental Traids of Lines and Planes Associated with Any Point on a Curve, Tangent at a Point, Osculating Plane at a Point, Normal Plane at a Point, Curvature and Torsion, Frenet’s Formulae, Representaion of an Arc in theNeighbored of a Point, and Spherical Indicatrices.
 Examines Surface, Tangent Plane Normal, Unit Normal Vector, the Two fundamental Forms, the First Form, the Second Form, and Rodrigue Formula.
 Inspects Components of Velocity and Acceleration, Circular Motion, Dynamics of a particle, Motion of a Particle under Time Dependent Applied Force, Motion of a Particle under Central Force, Corials and Centripetal Forces, Dynamics of a System of Particles, Equations of Motion, Time Rates of Change of Momentum and of Angular Momentum, and Conservation of Momentum During Collision.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explores Directions of Principal Normal and Binormal, Orthonormal Traid of Vectors (t,n,b), Expressions for Curvature and Torsion in Terms of the Derivatives of R with respect S, Necessary and Sufficient condition for the curve to be a plane curve, Direction Cosines of the Principal normal and binormal, Expression for P and S in terms of the Derivatives of R with respects to an Arbitrary parameter, Expression for P and S obtained Independently of Frenet’s Formulae and Scalar Formulation in terms of Rectangular Cartesian Coordinates.
 Inspects Tangent Line to any Curve on the Surfaces, Tangent Plane, Distribution of Curvatures of curves through a point on a surface, Curvature of any point of a curve on a surface, Relation between the Curvatures of Normal and Oblique Plane sections through the same Tangent Line, Principal Sections, Principal Directions, Principal Radii of Curvature, and Orthogonality of Principal Directions.
 Examines Kinematics of a Particle, Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration, Components along Moving Axes, Special Cases of Moving Axes for Motion in a Plane, Radial and Transversal components, and Principles of Conservation of Momentum and Angular Momentum.

Semester II
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  Hours/Week  
Lecture  Practical/Tutorial  
Eng 4002  English  3  2  2 
Phys 4102  Electronics  4  3  2 
Phys 4104  Nuclear Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 4106  Quantum Mechanics  4  3  2 
Phys 4108  Condensed Matter Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 4110  Theoretical Physics  4  3  2 
Total  23  17  12 
Total Credits  23
Total hours – 29
*A student can choose Physics to fulfill total of 23 credits.
Foundation Course
Eng 4002 English
Core Courses
Phys 4102/4202 Electronics
Phys 4104/4204 Nuclear Physics
Phys 4106/4206 Quantum Mechanics
Phys 4108/4208 Condensed Matter Physics
Phys 4110/4210 Theoretical Physics
Electronics
Module No. Phys 4102
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces Introductory concepts, Number System, Operations and Codes, Logic Gates, Boolean Algebra and logic Simplificaiton, Combinational Logic Analysis and latches, FlipFlops and Timers.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies Introduction, Binary Digits, Logic Levels and Digital waveforms, waveform characteristics, The clock, Timing Diagrams, Introduction to system concept,The code function,The Encoding function, The Decoding Function, Class AB Operation, Class C Amplifier, and Basic Operation,Power Dissipation.
 Explains the Decimal Numbers, Binary Numbers Counting in Binary, The weighing structure of Binary Numbers, Binary to Decimal Conversion, Decimal to Binary Conversion Sum of Weight Method, Repeat Division by 2 Method, Converting Decimal Fractions to Binary (sum of weights)(Repeated multiplication by 2), Binary Arithmetic Binary Addition, Binary Subtraction, Binary Multiplication, Binary Division, 1’s and 2’s complements of Binary Numbers, Signed Numbers, Hexadecimal Numbers, Counting in Decimal, Hexadecimal to Binary Conversion , Octal Numbers, Octal to Decimal Conversion, Decimal to Octal Conversion, Octal to Binary Conversion, Binary to Octal Conversion, Hexadecimal to Decimal Conversion, Decimal to Hexadecimal Conversion, Binary Coded Decimal (BCD), and The 8421 BCD Code, BCD Addition.
 Explores the Inverter, The AND Gate, The OR Gate, The NAND Gate, The NOR Gate, and The ExclusiveOR and ExclusiveNOR Gates.
 Introduces the Laws and Rules of Boolean Algebra, De Morgan’s Theorem, Simplification Using Boolean Algebra, Standard Forms of Boolean Expressions, and Karnaugh Map.
 Studies the Basic Combinational Logic Circuits, Implementing Combinational Logic From a truth table to a logic circuit, and Logic Circuit Operations with pulse waveforms inputs.
 Examines the Latches, Edge Triggered FlipFlops, The 555 timer as a OneShot, and theAstableMultivibrator.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains the Data Transfer, The Data selection function, The storage function, and The counting function.
 Introduces the Arithmetic operations with signed Number, Addition, Overflow condition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Hexadecimal addition, Hexadecimal subtraction, ASCII, The ASCII Control Characters, and Module2 Operations.
 Studies the AND Gate Application, and OR Gate Application.
 Examines the three modes of basic latch operation (SetReset nochange) and the invalid condition, The latch as a contactbounce Eliminator, A method of EdgeTriggering, A synchronous Preset and Clear Inputs, The 74121 Nontriggeriable, and The 74LS122 Retriggeriable.
Nuclear Physics
Module No. Phys 4104
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course describes the Nuclear fission, Nuclear fusion, Nuclear reactors, Radioactive source and Neutron generator.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies the Nuclear Fission, Facts about Nuclear Fission, Fission Cross Sections and Threshold Reaction, Fission Decay Chains, The Mass and Energy Distribution of Fission Products, Neutron Emission in Fission, The Energy Released in Fission, Theory of Nuclear Fission Process, Mechanism of Nuclear Fission by Liquid drop Model, Estimation of Spontaneous, and Evaluation of NonFusion Materials.
 Introduces the A ChainReacting System or Nuclear Reactor, Chain Reaction, Nuclear Reactors, Multiplication Factors, The Calculation of Multiplication Factor For a Homogeneous Thermal Reactor, Verification of Factor η, Conventional Value of ε, and Calculation of factor f.
 Explains the Radioactive Sources, Radioactive (α,n) sources, GammaNeutron Sources, Neutrons from Accelerated Charged Particles Reactions (or) Neutron Generator, Used of Neutron in Neutron Generator, Crystal Monochromator, Nuclear Fusion, The Source of Stellar Energy, Fusion Reactions, and The Two Main Problems of Generating Fusion Power.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains the Fission by Photons, The Fission Products, Prompt Neutrons and Delayed Neutrons, Neutrons Emitted Per Thermal Neutron Absorbed, and the Energy Distribution of the Neutrons Emitted in Fission.
 Introduces the Thermal Nuclear Reactors, Neutron Cycle, and Resonance Escape Probability.
 Explores the Neutrons from Chain Reactors, Neutron Monochromators, Mechanical Monochromators, Time of Flight Velocity Selector, Fusion Reactor, and Fusion Research in India.
Quantum Mechanics
Module No. Phys 4106
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course explains the application of Schroedinger Equation, Hydrogen Atom and Particle Accelerators.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies the particle in the box (Onedimensional case), Bohr’s correspondence principle, The potential energy of the harmonic oscillator, The potential barrier, Barrier penetration, The potential step.
 Explain The quantum mechanical treatment of the hydrogen atom, The significance of the quantum numbers
 Explores The perturbed and unperturbed systems, The timeindependent perturbation, The first order perturbation theory, The variation theory.
 Introduces the A ChainReacting System or Nuclear Reactor, Chain Reaction, Nuclear Reactors, Multiplication Factors, The Calculation of Multiplication Factor For a Homogeneous Thermal Reactor, Verification of Factor η, Conventional Value of ε, and Calculation of factor f.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains the particle in the box (Threedimensional case), The wave function and the energy of the HO.
 Introduces the energy of the hydrogen atom and the hydrogen like atoms.
 Studies the timeindependent perturbation theory for degenerate states, Comparison of the perturbation and variation theories
Condensed Matter Physics
Module No. Phys 4108
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course studies Brillouin Zones and lattice Vibration, Thermal properties of solids, and free electron theory of solids.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explain WignerSeitz Cell, Brillouin Zones, First Brillouin Zone of SC lattice, First Brillouin Zone of BCC lattice, Lattice Vibrations, Vibrations of onedimensional Monoatomic Lattice, and Vibrations of onedimensional Diatomic Lattice.
 Explores Thermal Conductivity, Lattice Specific Heat, Classical theory of lattice heat capacity, Density of Modes, and Debye Model of the lattice heat capacity.
 Studies Free electron model, Sommerfeld’s Quantum theory, DrudeLorentz Theory, WiedemannFranz Law, Free electron gas in onedimensional box, Fermi energy, and Density of states Summary.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Introduces First Brillouin Zone of FCC lattice, Phonons, Momentum of Photons, Inelastic Scattering of Photons by Phonons.
 Studies Einstein’s theory of lattice heat capacity, Linear motion and harmonic oscillator, Quantization of translational motion, Energy and momentum, The significance of coefficient.
 Explains Free electron gas in three dimensions, Applications of the free electron gas model, Electronic specific heat.
Theoretical Physics
Module No. Phys 4110
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Hydrodynamics, Equation of Continuity, Bernouilli's Theorem and Steady Motion and Kinematics of a particle and a rigid body.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explores Introduction, Stress in Fluids, Perfect Fluid, Pressure and Density, Pressure at a Point of a Perfect Fluid, Density, Local and Individual TimeRates of Change of Point Functions, Local TimeRate Change, Individual TimeRate of Change, Relation between the local and Individual Rates.
 Explains Steady Motion, Equation of Continuity, Equation of Continuity for Incompressible fluids, Euler’s Equation of Motion for a Perfect Fluid, Cartesian Equations, and Vorticity
 Studies Stream lines and Vortex lines, Bernouilli’s Theorem Steady Motion, Steady Irrotational Motion of an Incompressible Fluid, Circulation along a Closed curve, Kelvin’s Minimum Energy Theorem, Helmholtz’s Vorticity Equation.
 Introduce Introduction to kinematics, Equation of Rectilinear Motion, and Velocity and Acceleration of a particle in Rectilinear Motion.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Introduces Relation between Pressure and Density.
 Studies Equation of Motion (When the body Forces are Conservation and the Density ρ is function of P), and Irrotational Motion and Scalar Velocity Potential
 Explains Boundary Surface.
Explores Some examples of Rectilinear Motion of a particle, Graphs of Displacement Velocity and Acceleration of a particle.
Semester I
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  Hours/Week  
Lecture  Practical/Tutorial  
Eng 3001  English  3  2  2 
Phys 3201  AC Circuits & Electronics  4  3  2 
Phys 3203  Nuclear Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 3205  Classical Mechanics  4  3  2 
Phys 3207  Electromagnetic Wave Theory  4  3  2 
Elective  *  3  2  2 
Total  22  16  12 
Total Credits  22
Total hours – 28
*A student can choose any one elective offered from the Department of Mathematics and Physics to fulfill total of 22 credits. Phys 3109 or Phys 3111 or Math 3001 is assigned as elective.
Foundation Course
Eng 3001 English
Core Courses
Phys 3201 AC Circuits & Electronics
Phys 3203 Nuclear Physics
Phys 3205 Classical Mechanics
Phys 3207 Electromagnetic Wave Theory
Elective Courses
Phys 3209 Mathematical Physics
Phys 3211 Optics & Photonics IV
Math 3001 Mathematics
AC Circuit & Electronics
Module No. Phys3201
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Elementary Network Theory, Sinusoidal Steady State Response of Circuits, Series and Parallel Circuits, Network Theorems, Transformer, Diode Applications, Special Purpose Diode, Bipolar Junction Transistors, and Transistor Bias Circuits.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies Kirchhoff’s Rules, and Loop Method.
 Explains Phase between the Current i(t) and the Voltage v(t), Effective or Root Mean Square Value of a Sine Wave, Average value of Sinusoidal Waves, Pure R circuit, Pure C circuit, and Pure L circuit.
 Introduces Series circuits, Parallel circuits, Series RL circuit, Series RC circuit, Power factor and the RLC circuit.
 Explores Superposition theorems, Thevenin’s theorem, and Norton’s theorem.
 Interprets the Basic Transformer, Transformers, and Reflected Impedance.
 Expresses the HalfWave rectifiers, FullWave rectifiers, and Power supply, Filters and Regulators.
 Inspects the Zener Diode, and Optoelectronic Devices.
 Distinguish Transistor construction, CommonBase (CB) Configuration, Common Emitter (CE) configuration, and CommonCollector (CC) configuration.
 Explains Variations in Current Gain, Emitter Bias, VoltageDivider Bias, VDB Load line and Q point, and TwoSupply Emitter Bias.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains General Aspects of Direct and Alternating Current systems, Types of emf’s and Currents, Unidirectional Current and Voltage, Oscillating Current or Voltage, Periodic Current or Voltage, and Definitions.
 Studies Two Branch Parallel Circuit, Admittance and ZY conversion.
 Introduces Dot Convention, the Ideal Transformer, and the Aircore Transformer.
 Explores the loaded Zener Regulator, Second Approximation of a Zener Diode.
 Interprets the Basic Transistor Operation, and Amplification.
 Expresses the Other Types of Bias.
Nuclear Physics
Module No. Phys3203
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Introduction to the Nucleus, Radioactivity, and Detectors of Nuclear Radiations.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces the Nuclear structure, Nuclide and Radionuclide, Classification of Nuclei, General Properties of Nucleus, Nuclear shape and size, Nuclear mass, Nuclear density, Nuclear charge, Nuclear spin, Nuclear Magnetic Dipole Moments, Nuclear Electric Quadrupole Moments, Stable and Unstable Nuclides, Nuclear Forces, the Liquid Drop Model, the Shell Model, Prediction of Nuclear Angular Momentum, and the Collective Model.
 Explain Natural Radioactivity, Artificial Radioactivity, Properties of the Radiations, Geiger’s Law, GeigerNuttal Law, the Neutrino Theory of Beta Decay, Nuclear Isomerism, Internal Conversion, Law of Radioactive Disintegration, Definition of Halflife Period, the Mean Life, Measurement of Decay Constants, Units of Activity, Law of Successive Disintegration, Radioactive Equilibrium, Radioactive Dating, and Biological Effects of Nuclear Radiations.
 Explores Ionization Chamber, Proportional Counter, GeigerMuller Counter, Bubble Chamber, Spark Chamber, Nuclear Emulsions, the Scintillation Counters, and Cerenkov Counter.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Introduces the Measurement of Nuclear Radius by using MirrorNuclei Method, Atomic Mass Unit, Nuclear Stability, Models of Nuclear Structure, and BetheWeizsacker formula.
 Examines Alpha Rays, Alpha particle disintegration energy, Alpha particle spectra, Theory of Alpha Decay, Gamow’s Theory of Alpha Decay, Experimental Verification of Theory of αDecay, Beta Rays, Beta Ray spectra, Magnetic spectrograph, Origin of Line and Continuous Spectrum, Gamma Ray, Fundamental laws of radioactivity, Soddy Fajan’s Displacement Law, and Natural Radioactive series.
 Expresses Interaction between Energetic Particles and Matter, SolidState Detectors, the Wilson Cloud Chamber, and Diffusion Cloud Chamber.
Classical Mechanics
Module No. Phys 3205
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Introduction to Newtonian Mechanics, Systems of Particles, Lagrangian Formulation, Vibrational Principle, and Central Force Motion.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces Frames of Reference, Newton’s Law of Motion, Inertial and NonInertial Frames, Laws of Conservation, Motion under a Velocity Dependent Force, and Motion of charged Particles in Magnetic Fields.
 Explains Centre of Mass, Conservation of Linear Momentum, and Kinetic Energy for a system of Particles.
 Inspects Constraints, Generalized Coordinates, Principle of Virtual work, and D’ Alembert’s Principle, and Lagrange’s Equations.
 Expresses Hamilton’s Principle, and Lagrange’s Equation from Hamilton’s Principle.
 Examines Reduction to OneBodyProblem, Effective Potential, and Classification of Orbits.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Interprets Motion under a constant force, Motion under a Timedepend, and Reflection of Radio waves from the Ionosphere.
 Explains Angular Momentum, Energy Conservation of a system of Particles, and Time Varying Mass SystemRockets.
 Inspects Kinetic Energy in Generalized Coordinates, and Generalized Momentum.
 Examines Deduction of Hamilton’s Principle, and Hamilton’s Principle for NonHolonomic System.
 Describes General Properties of Central Force Motion, and Motion in a Central Force FieldGeneral Solution.
Electromagnetic Wave Theory
Module No. Phys 3207
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces the static magnetic field of electromagnetic materials, Laplace’s and Poisson’s Equations and Boundaryvalue problems, Time changing electric and magnetic fields and the relation between field and circuit theory, and Maxwell’s equations.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces Magnetic Materials, Uniformly Rod and Equivalent Airfilled Solenoid, the Magnetic vectors B, H and M, Boundary relation, Magnetization curves, Hysteresis, Permanent Magnets and the Magnetic circuits; Relutance and Permanance.
 Interprets Solution of Laplace’s equation in rectangular coordinates, the ParallelPlate Capacitor, PointbyPoint Method, Poisson’s equation, and ParallelPlate Capacitor with Space Charge.
 Explains Faraday’s Law, Maxwell’s Equation from Faraday’s Law: Integral form, Moving Conductor in a Magnetic Field, Stoke’s Theorem, Maxwell’s Equation from Faraday’s Law: Differential form, the Transformer, Eddy Current, Displacement Current, Maxwell’s Equation from Ampere’s Law: Complete Expression, and Comparison of Electric and Magnetic Field Relation.
 Inspects Maxwell’s Equation as Generalizations of Circuit Equations, Maxwell’s Equation in Free Space, Maxwell’s Equation for Harmonically Varying Fields, and Tables of Maxwell’s Equation.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains Bar Magnets and Magnetic Poles, Relative Permeability, Magnetic Dipoles and Magnetization, Tables of Boundary Relations for Magnetic Fields, Ferromagnetism, Energy in a Magnet, and Demagnetization.
 Explores Uniqueness, the Infinite Square Trough, and Square Trough with Different Potential on Each Side.
 Introduces General Case of Induction, Example of Induction, Mutual Inductance and SelfInductance, AlternatingCurrent Behaviour of Ferromagnetic Materials, Dielectric Hysteresis, Boundary relations, and General Field Relations.
 Inspects Applications of Circuit and Field Theory, and the Series Circuit; Comparison of Field and Circuit Theory.
Mathematical Physics
Module No. Phys 3209
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course describes Matrices, Complex Numbers, and Functions of a Complex Variable.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces Various types of Matrices, Addition of matrices, Properties of Matrices, Subtraction of matrices, Scalar multiple of a matrix, Multiplication, (AB)′ = B′A′, Properties of matrix multiplication, Adjoint of a square matrix, Properties of adjoint matrix, Inverse of a matrix, Solution of simultaneous linear equations, Rank of a matrix, Types of linear equations, and Consistency of a system of linear equations.
 Explains Complex numbers, Geometrical representation of imaginary numbers, Argand diagram, Modulus and Argument, Formulae of hyperbolic functions, and DE Moivre’s Theorem.
 Explores Complex variable, Function of a complex variable, Analytic Function, the Necessary Condition for f(z) to be analytic, CR equation in polar form, Harmonic function and Method to find the conjugate function.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains Elementary transformations, Elementary matrices, Theorem, To compute the inverse of a matrix from elementary matrices, Normal form, Solution of simultaneous equation, Characteristic Roots of Eigen values, CayleyHamilton theorem, Characteristic vectors or Eigen vectors, Diagonalisation of matrix, and Sylvester’s Theorem.
 Interprets Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Exponential and Circular Functions of Complex Variable, and Roots of a Complex Numbers.
 Explores Limit of function of a complex variable, Continuity, Differentiability, Sufficient condition for f(z) to be analytic, Orthogonal Curves, Milne Thomson Method, Geometrical Representation, Transformation, Conformal Transformation, Theorem, Translation, Magnification and Rotation, Inversion and Reflection, and Transformation.
Semester II
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  Hours/Week  
Lecture  Practical/Tutorial  
Eng 3002  English  3  2  2 
Phys 3202  Electronics  4  3  2 
Phys 3204  Nuclear Physics  4  3  2 
Phys3206  Classical Mechanics  4  3  2 
Phys 3208  Electromagnetic Wave Theory  4  3  2 
Elective  *  3  2  2 
Total  22  16  12 
Total Credits  22
Total hours – 28
*A student can choose any one elective offered from the Department of Mathematics and Physics to fulfill total of 22 credits. Phys 3110 or Phys 3112 or Math 3003 is assigned as elective.
Foundation Course
Eng 3002 English
Core Courses
Phys 3202 Electronics
Phys 3204 Nuclear Physics
Phys 3206 Classical Mechanics
Phys 3208 Electromagnetic Wave Theory
Elective Courses for Physics
Phys 3210 Mathematical Physics
Phys 3212 Optics & Photonics V
Math 3003 Mathematics
Electronics
Module No. Phys 3202
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course explores the power amplifier, Field Effect Transistors, Amplifier Frequency Response and operational amplifiers.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explores the Class A Amplifier with Eg 1.1,1.2 and 1.3, Nonlinear Distortion, Power Gain, Quiescent Power, Efficiency with Ex 6,7,and 8, Class B Pushpull Amplifiers, Crossover Distortion, Class AB Operation with Eg 1.4,1.5 and Ex 18, Class C Amplifier, Basic Operation, Power Dissipation with Ex 19,20.
 Introduces Basic idea , Gate Voltage Controls Drain Current, Drain Curves with Eg 2.2, The Transconductance Curve, Biasing in the Ohmic Region with Eg 2.3, and JFET Amplifiers with Eg 2.4 and Ex (16to 23).
 Studies Miller's Theorem and Decibels with Eg 3.1,3.2 and 3.3, Low Frequency Amplifier Response with Eg 3.4, 3.5 and Ex 5, (13 to 20).
 Introduces the Differential Amplifier with Eg 4.1, OpAmp Parameters with Eg 4.3,4.4 and Ex (8 to 14).
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explores Bipolar Juncition Transistors (BJT), Common Emitter Configuration, CommonBase Configuration, CommonCollector Configuration, AC load Line, DC load Line with Ex 1,2,3,4,5,9,10 and 11, Maximum Output Power Efficiency with Ex 13,14,15,16 and 17.
 Studies Biasing in the Active Region, Transconductance with Ex (1 to 15) , 24,25,26.
 Introduces the General Concepts, High Frequency Amplifier Response with Ex (1 to 4) , (6 to 12) and 21.
 Studies the Introduction to Operation Amplifiers with Ex (1 to 7).
Nuclear Physics
Module No. Phys 3204
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course studies the artificial transmutation of elements, elementary particles, particle accelerators, and health physics.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies the Introduction, The discovery of artificial transmutation, Bohr's Theory of Nuclear Disintegration, Nuclear Reactions, Energy Balance in Nuclear Reactions and Qvalue, Threshold Energy of an Endoergic Reaction, and Nuclear Transmutation.
 Explores the Introduction, Particles and Antiparticles, Fundamental Interactions, Elementary Particle Quantum Numbers, The Quark Model, Charm, Bottom and Top, and Three Generations of quarks and leptons.
 Explain the Introduction, The Linear Accelerator, The Cyclotron, and Theory.
 Introduces the Health Physics, Interaction of Radioactive with Matter, Linear Attenuation Coefficients, Mean Free Path, and Radiation Quantities and Units.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Introduces the Nuclear Reaction Cross Section.
 Interpret the Antimatter, Conservation Laws and Symmetry, and Coloured Quarks and Gluons.
 Studies the Van de Graff generator, The Synchrocyclotron, Theory and The Proton Synchrotron (Bevatron Cosmotron).
 Studies the Health Physicist, Attenuation of Electromagnetic Radiation, Mass Attenuation Coefficient, Half Value Layer (Penetrability of Photons), Homogeneity Coefficient, Radiation Protection Basics, and Monitoring of Radiation.
Classical Mechanics
Module No. Phys 3206
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces Hamiltonian mechanics, HamiltonianJacobi Theory, the motion of rigid bodies and special theory of relativity.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explores the Introduction, The Hamiltonian of a System, Hamilton’s Equations of Motion, Hamiltonian’s Equations from Variational Principle, and Canonical Transformation Type1, Type2, Type3, Type4.
 Studies the Introduction, HamiltonJacobi Equation, Hamilton’s Characteristic Function, Harmonic Oscillator in the HJ Method, Separation of Variables in the HJ Equation, and Central Force Problem in Plane Polar Coordinates.
 Introduces the Motion of Rigid body, Angular Momentum, Kinetic Energy, Inertia Tensor, Principle Axes, Euler’s Angles, and Infinitesimal Rotations.
 Interpret the Relativistic Lagrangian of a particle, Relativistic Hamiltonian of a particle, SpaceTime Diagram, and Geometrical Interpretation of Lorentz Transformation.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Studies the ActionAngle Variables, and Harmonic Oscillator in ActionAngle Variables.
 Introduces the Rate of Change of Vector, and Coriolis Force.
 Explores the Principle of Covariance, and FourVectors in Mechanics.
Electromagnetic Wave Theory
Module No. Phys 3208
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course studies timechanging electric and magnetic fields, the relation between field and circuit theory; Maxwell's equations and plane wave in dielectric and conduction media.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies the Introduction, Faraday’s Law, Maxwell’s Equation from Faraday’s Law: Integral Form, Moving Conductor in a Magnetic Field, General Case of Induction, Stoke’s Theorem, Maxwell’s Equation from Faraday’s Law: Differential Form, Mutual Inductance and Selfinductance, The Transformer, Eddy Currents, Displacement Current, Maxwell’s Equation from Ampere’s Law: Complete Expression, and General Field Relations.
 Explores the Introduction, Applications of Circuit and Field Theory, The Series Circuit: Comparison of Field and Circuit Theory, Maxwell’s Equations as Generalizations of Circuit Equations, Tables of Maxwell’s Equations, and the Central Force Problem in Plane Polar Coordinates.
 Explains the Introduction, Plane Waves and Wave Equation, Solutions of the Wave Equation, Table of Solutions of the Wave Equation, Phase Velocity, Index of Refraction, Group Velocity, Impedance of Dielectric Media, Impedance of Transmission Line Cell, Energy Relations in a Traveling Wave, The Poynting Vector, Energy Relations in a Standing Wave, Conductors and Dielectrics, Wave Equation for Conducting Media, Depth of Penetration, and Relaxation Time.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Studies the Examples of Induction, Alternatingcurrent Behavior of Ferromagnetic Materials, Dielectric Hysteresis, Boundary Relations, and Comparison of Electric and Magnetic Field Relations.
 Introduces the Maxwell’s Equations in Free Space, and Maxwell’s Equations for Harmonically Varying Fields.
 Explores the Two Plane Waves Traveling in Opposite Directions; Standing Waves, Impedance of Conducting Media, The Poynting Vector in Conducting Media, Circuit Application of the Poynting Vector, and General Development of the Wave Equation.
Mathematical Physics
Module No. Phys 3210
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course explores special functions, partial differential equations and gamma, beta functions, differentiation under the internal sign.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Analyze the Power Series Solutions of Differential Equations, Ordinary Point, Solution about Singular Points, Bessel’s Equations, Solution of Bessel’s Equation, Orthogonality of Bessel Functions, A Generating Function For J_{n}(x), FourierBessel Expansion, Ber and Bei Functions, and Legendre’s Equation.
 Studies the Solution of Equation by Direct Integration, Partial Differential Equations NonLinear in P and Q, Charpit’s Method, and Monge’s Method (Non Linear Equation of the Second Order).
 Introduces the Gamma Function, Beta Function, A property of Beta Function, Relation between Beta and Gamma Functions, Error Functions, the Complementary Error Function.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Studies the Bessel Functions, Recurrence Formulae, Equations Reducible to Bessel’s Equation, Trigonometric Expansion Involving Bessel Functions, and Bessel’s Integral.
 Introduces the NonHomogeneous Linear Equations.
Explores the Evaluation of Beta Function, Transformation of Beta Function, Differentiation Under the Internal Sign, and Leibnitz’s Rule.
Semester I
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  Hours/Week  
Lecture  Practical/Tutorial  
Eng 4001  English  3  2  2 
Phys 4201  Electronics  4  3  2 
Phys 4203  Nuclear Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 4205  Quantum Mechanics  4  3  2 
Phys 4207  Condensed Matter Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 4209  Theoretical Physics  4  3  2 
Total  23  17  12 
Total Credits  23
Total hours  29
*A student can choose Physics to fulfill total of 23 credits.
Foundation Course
Eng 4001 English
Core Courses
Phys 4201 Electronics
Phys 4203 Nuclear Physics
Phys 4205 Quantum Mechanics
Phys 4207 Condensed Matter Physics
Phys 4209 Theoretical Physics
Electronics
Module No. Phys 4201
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Operational Amplifiers, Basic Opamp Circuits, Active Filters, Oscillators and Voltage Regulators.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces the Differential Amplifiers, and Opamps with Negative Feedback.
 Explains Summing Amplifiers, Integrator and Differentiator.
 Examines Active Lowpass Filters, and Active Highpass Filters.
 Inspects Oscillator with RC feedback circuit, and Oscillator with LC feedback circuits
 Explores Integrated Circuit Voltage Regulators.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains Effects of Negative feedback on Opamp Impedance.
 Interprets Active Bandpass Filters, and Active Bandstop filters.
 Expresses Relaxation Oscillators, and the 555Timers as an Oscillator.
Electronics
Module No. Phys 4203
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces Basic Properties of the Neutron, Nuclear Reaction Cross Section, and Neutron Detectors.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains Neutrons Interaction, Classification of Neutrons, and Types of Neutron Interactions.
 Interprets Microscopic Cross Section and Mean Free Path.
 Expresses Slow Neutron Detection, Fission Counters, and Detection of Intermediate Neutrons.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Examines What is Research.
Quantum Mechanics
Module No. Phys 4205
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Developmentsinquantumtheory,Blackbodyradiations,RayleighJean's law, Photoelectric & Comptoneffect, Xray, Electrondiffraction, Wavepackets & DeBroglie's waveparticle dualism,Probabilityamplitudes,ProbabilityinClassical&QuantumPhysics,Uncertainty Principle,WaveFunction,Operators,TimedependentandtimeindependentSchrödinger’s equations.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces the Experimental study of the Black Body Radiation, Planck’s theory of Black Body Radiation, the Experimental Result of Photoelectric Effect, Einstein’s Explanation of Photoelectric Effect, and the Hydrogen Spectrum.
 Interprets Explanation of the Compton Effect, De Broglies Wave theory of Matter, De Broglies Hypothesis, Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle, Time Dependent Schrodinger Equation.
 Explains the Operators, Eigen Functions and Eigen Values, the Commutators, Linear Operators, the Hermiltian Operators, Linear Momentum Operator, and Angular Momentum Operators.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Examines the Theoretical Studies of the Black Radiation.
 Explores Wave Packet, Application of Uncertainty Principle, and the Properties of the Wave Function.
Condensed Matter Physics
Module No. Phys 4207
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Crystal structure, Simple Crystal Structures, Crystal Diffraction and Reciprocal Lattice.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces Lattice Translation Vectors, Fundamental Types of Lattice, Two Dimensional Lattice Types, Three Dimensional Lattice Types, Index System for Crystal Plane, Direction Indices, Miller Indices, Coordination Number, Lattice Points per Unit Cell, and Pack Fraction.
 Examines Sodium Chloride structure, Diamond Cubic Structure, Cubic Zinc Sulfide structure, ClosePacked structure, Introduction of Bonding, Crystal Bonding, Covalent bond, Ionic bond, Metallic bond, Van der Walls Bonding, and Hydrogen bond.
 Interprets Xray Diffraction, Bragg’s Law, Reciprocal Lattice, Methods of Diffraction, Laue Method, Rotating Crystal Method, and Powder Method.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains Symmetry operations, Point Groups and Space Groups, Primitive Lattice Cell, and Interplanar Spacing.
 Inspects Symmetry, FiveFold Symmetry and Seven Fold Symmetry.
 Examines Ewald’s Sphere and Bragg Reflection, Atomic Form Factor and Structure Factor.
Theoretical Physics
Module No. Phys 4209
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces Differential Geometry for Curves, Differential Geometry for Surfaces, and Kinetics and Dynamics of Particles.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains Fundamental Traids of Lines and Planes Associated with Any Point on a Curve, Tangent at a Point, Osculating Plane at a Point, Normal Plane at a Point, Curvature and Torsion, Frenet’s Formulae, Representaion of an Arc in the Neighbored of a Point, and Spherical Indicatrices.
 Examines Surface, Tangent Plane Normal, Unit Normal Vector, the Two fundamental Forms, the First Form, the Second Form, and Rodrigue Formula.
 Inspects Components of Velocity and Acceleration, Circular Motion, Dynamics of a particle, Motion of a Particle under Time Dependent Applied Force, Motion of a Particle under Central Force, Corials and Centripetal Forces, Dynamics of a System of Particles, Equations of Motion, Time Rates of Change of Momentum and of Angular Momentum, and Conservation of Momentum During Collision.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explores Directions of Principal Normal and Binormal, Orthonormal Traid of Vectors (t,n,b), Expressions for Curvature and Torsion in Terms of the Derivatives of R with respect S, Necessary and Sufficient condition for the curve to be a plane curve, Direction Cosines of the Principal normal and binormal, Expression for P and S in terms of the Derivatives of R with respects to an Arbitrary parameter, Expression for P and S obtained Independently of Frenet’s Formulae and Scalar Formulation in terms of Rectangular Cartesian Coordinates.
 Inspects Tangent Line to any Curve on the Surfaces, Tangent Plane, Distribution of Curvatures of curves through a point on a surface, Curvature of any point of a curve on a surface, Relation between the Curvatures of Normal and Oblique Plane sections through the same Tangent Line, Principal Sections, Principal Directions, Principal Radii of Curvature, and Orthogonality of Principal Directions.
 Examines Kinematics of a Particle, Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration, Components along Moving Axes, Special Cases of Moving Axes for Motion in a Plane, Radial and Transversal components, and Principles of Conservation of Momentum and Angular Momentum.

Semester II
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  Hours/Week  
Lecture  Practical/Tutorial  
Eng 4002  English  3  2  2 
Phys 4202  Electronics  4  3  2 
Phys 4204  Nuclear Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 4206  Quantum Mechanics  4  3  2 
Phys 4208  Condensed Matter Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 4210  Theoretical Physics  4  3  2 
Total  23  17  12 
Total Credits  23
Total hours  29
*A student can choose Physics to fulfill total of 23 credits.
Foundation Course
Eng 4002 English
Core Courses
Phys 4102/4202 Electronics
Phys 4104/4204 Nuclear Physics
Phys 4106/4206 Quantum Mechanics
Phys 4108/4208 Condensed Matter Physics
Phys 4110/4210 Theoretical Physics
Electronics
Module No. Phys 4202
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces Introductory concepts, Number System, Operations and Codes, Logic Gates, Boolean Algebra and logic Simplificaiton, Combinational Logic Analysis and latches, FlipFlops and Timers.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies Introduction, Binary Digits, Logic Levels and Digital waveforms, waveform characteristics, The clock, Timing Diagrams, Introduction to system concept,The code function,The Encoding function, The Decoding Function, Class AB Operation, Class C Amplifier, and Basic Operation,Power Dissipation.
 Explains the Decimal Numbers, Binary Numbers Counting in Binary, The weighing structure of Binary Numbers, Binary to Decimal Conversion, Decimal to Binary Conversion Sum of Weight Method, Repeat Division by 2 Method, Converting Decimal Fractions to Binary (sum of weights)(Repeated multiplication by 2), Binary Arithmetic Binary Addition, Binary Subtraction, Binary Multiplication, Binary Division, 1’s and 2’s complements of Binary Numbers, Signed Numbers, Hexadecimal Numbers, Counting in Decimal, Hexadecimal to Binary Conversion , Octal Numbers, Octal to Decimal Conversion, Decimal to Octal Conversion, Octal to Binary Conversion, Binary to Octal Conversion, Hexadecimal to Decimal Conversion, Decimal to Hexadecimal Conversion, Binary Coded Decimal (BCD), and The 8421 BCD Code, BCD Addition.
 Explores the Inverter, The AND Gate, The OR Gate, The NAND Gate, The NOR Gate, and The ExclusiveOR and ExclusiveNOR Gates.
 Introduces the Laws and Rules of Boolean Algebra, De Morgan’s Theorem, Simplification Using Boolean Algebra, Standard Forms of Boolean Expressions, and Karnaugh Map.
 Studies the Basic Combinational Logic Circuits, Implementing Combinational Logic From a truth table to a logic circuit, and Logic Circuit Operations with pulse waveforms inputs.
 Examines the Latches, Edge Triggered FlipFlops, The 555 timer as a OneShot, and the Astable Multivibrator.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains the Data Transfer, The Data selection function, The storage function, and The counting function.
 Introduces the Arithmetic operations with signed Number, Addition, Overflow condition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Hexadecimal addition, Hexadecimal subtraction, ASCII, The ASCII Control Characters, and Module2 Operations.
 Studies the AND Gate Application, and OR Gate Application.
 Examines the three modes of basic latch operation (SetReset nochange) and the invalid condition, The latch as a contactbounce Eliminator, A method of EdgeTriggering, A synchronous Preset and Clear Inputs, The 74121 Nontriggeriable, and The 74LS122 Retriggeriable.
Nuclear Physics
Module No. Phys 4204
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course describes the Nuclear fission, Nuclear fusion, Nuclear reactors, Radioactive source and Neutron generator.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies the Nuclear Fission, Facts about Nuclear Fission, Fission Cross Sections and Threshold Reaction, Fission Decay Chains, The Mass and Energy Distribution of Fission Products, Neutron Emission in Fission, The Energy Released in Fission, Theory of Nuclear Fission Process, Mechanism of Nuclear Fission by Liquid drop Model, Estimation of Spontaneous, and Evaluation of NonFusion Materials.
 Introduces the A ChainReacting System or Nuclear Reactor, Chain Reaction, Nuclear Reactors, Multiplication Factors, The Calculation of Multiplication Factor For a Homogeneous Thermal Reactor, Verification of Factor η, Conventional Value of ε, and Calculation of factor f.
 Explains the Radioactive Sources, Radioactive (α,n) sources, GammaNeutron Sources, Neutrons from Accelerated Charged Particles Reactions (or) Neutron Generator, Used of Neutron in Neutron Generator, Crystal Monochromator, Nuclear Fusion, The Source of Stellar Energy, Fusion Reactions, and The Two Main Problems of Generating Fusion Power.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains the Fission by Photons, The Fission Products, Prompt Neutrons and Delayed Neutrons, Neutrons Emitted Per Thermal Neutron Absorbed, and the Energy Distribution of the Neutrons Emitted in Fission.
 Introduces the Thermal Nuclear Reactors, Neutron Cycle, and Resonance Escape Probability.
 Explores the Neutrons from Chain Reactors, Neutron Monochromators, Mechanical Monochromators, Time of Flight Velocity Selector, Fusion Reactor, and Fusion Research in India.
Quantum Mechanics
Module No. Phys 4206
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course explains the application of Schroedinger Equation, Hydrogen Atom and Particle Accelerators.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies the particle in the box (Onedimensional case), Bohr’s correspondence principle, The potential energy of the harmonic oscillator, The potential barrier, Barrier penetration, The potential step.
 Explain The quantum mechanical treatment of the hydrogen atom, The significance of the quantum numbers
 Explores The perturbed and unperturbed systems, The timeindependent perturbation, The first order perturbation theory, The variation theory.
 Introduces the A ChainReacting System or Nuclear Reactor, Chain Reaction, Nuclear Reactors, Multiplication Factors, The Calculation of Multiplication Factor For a Homogeneous Thermal Reactor, Verification of Factor η, Conventional Value of ε, and Calculation of factor f.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains the particle in the box (Threedimensional case), The wave function and the energy of the HO.
 Introduces the energy of the hydrogen atom and the hydrogen like atoms.
 Studies the timeindependent perturbation theory for degenerate states, Comparison of the perturbation and variation theories
Condensed Matter Physics
Module No. Phys 4208
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course studies Brillouin Zones and lattice Vibration, Thermal properties of solids, and free electron theory of solids.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explain WignerSeitz Cell, Brillouin Zones, First Brillouin Zone of SC lattice, First Brillouin Zone of BCC lattice, Lattice Vibrations, Vibrations of onedimensional Monoatomic Lattice, and Vibrations of onedimensional Diatomic Lattice.
 Explores Thermal Conductivity, Lattice Specific Heat, Classical theory of lattice heat capacity, Density of Modes, and Debye Model of the lattice heat capacity.
 Studies Free electron model, Sommerfeld’s Quantum theory, DrudeLorentz Theory, WiedemannFranz Law, Free electron gas in onedimensional box, Fermi energy, and Density of states Summary.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Introduces First Brillouin Zone of FCC lattice, Phonons, Momentum of Photons, Inelastic Scattering of Photons by Phonons.
 Studies Einstein’s theory of lattice heat capacity, Linear motion and harmonic oscillator, Quantization of translational motion, Energy and momentum, The significance of coefficient.
 Explains Free electron gas in three dimensions, Applications of the free electron gas model, Electronic specific heat.
Theoretical Physics
Module No. Phys 4210
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Hydrodynamics, Equation of Continuity, Bernouilli's Theorem and Steady Motion and Kinematics of a particle and a rigid body.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explores Introduction, Stress in Fluids, Perfect Fluid, Pressure and Density, Pressure at a Point of a Perfect Fluid, Density, Local and Individual TimeRates of Change of Point Functions, Local TimeRate Change, Individual TimeRate of Change, Relation between the local and Individual Rates.
 Explains Steady Motion, Equation of Continuity, Equation of Continuity for Incompressible fluids, Euler’s Equation of Motion for a Perfect Fluid, Cartesian Equations, and Vorticity
 Studies Stream lines and Vortex lines, Bernouilli’s Theorem Steady Motion, Steady Irrotational Motion of an Incompressible Fluid, Circulation along a Closed curve, Kelvin’s Minimum Energy Theorem, Helmholtz’s Vorticity Equation.
 Introduce Introduction to kinematics, Equation of Rectilinear Motion, and Velocity and Acceleration of a particle in Rectilinear Motion.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Introduces Relation between Pressure and Density.
 Studies Equation of Motion (When the body Forces are Conservation and the Density ρ is function of P), and Irrotational Motion and Scalar Velocity Potential
 Explains Boundary Surface.
Explores Some examples of Rectilinear Motion of a particle, Graphs of Displacement Velocity and Acceleration of a particle.
Semester I
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  Hours/Week  
Lecture  Practical/Tutorial  
Phys 5201  Electronics  4  3  2 
Phys 5203  Nuclear Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 5205  Quantum Mechanics  4  3  2 
Phys 5207  Condensed Matter Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 5209  Electromagnetic Wave Theory  4  3  2 
Phys 5211  Mathematical Physics  4  3  2 
Total  24  18  12 
Total Credits  24
Total hours –30
*A student can choose Physics to fulfill total of 24 credits. Term/ Project paper must be submitted by each group not more than 10 students in Third Year Honours Second Semester. Group paper presentation must be included.
Core Courses
Phys 5201 Electronics
Phys 5203 Nuclear Physics
Phys 5205 Quantum Mechanics
Phys 5207 Condensed Matter Physics
Phys 5209 Electromagnetic Wave Theory
Phys 5211 Mathematical Physics
Electronics
Module No. Phys 5201
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course describes Memory and Storage, Introduction to Digital Signal Processing, Hardware and software for Digital Signal Processors, Basics Programming Concepts for automated Testing.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains RandomAccess Memories, ReadOnly Memories, Programmable Rom and Flash Memories.
 Expresses AnalogtoDigital conversion methods, the Digital Signal Processor, and DigitaltoAnalog Conversion Methods.
 Explores FixedPoint and Floating Point Formats.
 Examines the Simple Sequential Program.
Nuclear Physics
Module No. Phys 5203
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces Radiation Measurement, Statistical Errorsof Radiation Counting, Review of Atomic and Nuclear Physics, Energy Loss and Penetration of Radiations through matter, Introduction to Spectroscopy, Research Methodology and Techniques.
Quantum Mechanics
Module No.Phys5205
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Wavepackets, Gaussianwave – packet, Quantizationof (i) translationary (ii) orbital (iii) vibrationarymotion, WKB Approximation, and Quantum Field Theory Part 1 (QFT1).
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces Wave Packet, Fourier Series and Fourier Integral, Exponential Fourier Series, and Gaussian Packets.
 Explains Linear motion and Harmonic Oscillator, Energy and Momentum, the Flux density, the Schroedinger Equation for Hydrogenic Atoms, and the Radial Schroedinger Equation.
 Expresses WKB Approximation, Application of Barrier Penetration, Application of WKB Method for alpha decay, and Scattering Theory.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Examines Fourier integral.
 Explores the Significance of the Coefficients, and the TwoDimensional Square Well.
 Introduces WKB solution of the Radial Wave Function.
Condensed Matter Physics
Module No.Phys5207
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces Band Theory of Solids, and Semiconductors.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces the Bloch Theorem, the KRONIGPENENY Model, Velocity and Effective Mass of Electron, Velocity of Electron, Distinction between Metals, Insulators and Semiconductors.
 Explains Pure or Intrinsic Semiconductors, Carrier Concentration and Fermi Level for Intrinsic Semiconductor, Electron Concentration in the Conduction Band, Hole Concentration in the Valence Band, Carrier Concentration, Fermi Level and Conductivity for Extrinsic Semiconductor.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explores Energy versus waveVector RelationshipDifferent Representations, and Number of Wave Functions in a Band.
 Examines Donor or ntype Semiconductor, Acceptor or ptype Semiconductor and Drift Velocity, Mobility and Conductivity of Intrinsic Semiconductors.
Electromagnetic Wave Theory
Module No.Phys5209
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Wave Polarization, and Wave Reflection, Refraction, and Diffraction.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces Linear, Elliptical, and Circular Polarization, and Poynting Vector for Elliptically or Circularly Polarized Waves.
 Explains Plane Wave, Normal incidence, Linearly Polarized Plane Wave, Oblique Incidence, Elliptically Polarized Plane Wave, Oblique Inciedence, Huygen’s Principle and Physical Optics, Scattering From a Conducting Strip, and Geometrical Theory of Diffraction.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Examines Partial Polarization and the Stokes Parameters, and Cross Field.
 Inspects the Terminated Wave, and GeometricalOptics Concepts.
Mathematical Physics
Module No.Phys5211
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explores Tensor analysis, and Laplace Transform.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Examines Rank Two Tensors, and Rank Three Tensors.
 Explores Definition of the Laplace Transform, Existence of Laplace Transform, Laplace Transforms of some elementary functions, Shifting (or translation) Theorems, the First Shifting Theorem, the Second Shifting Theorem, and Inverse Laplace Transform.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Introduces Christofel Sybmol.
 Expresses Laplace Transform of a Periodic Function, Laplace Transform of Derivatives Problems, Laplace Transform of Functions defined by Integrals Problems.

Semester II
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  Hours/Week  
Lecture  Practical/Tutorial  
Phys 5202  Electronics  4  3  2 
Phys 5204  Nuclear Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 5206  Quantum Mechanics  4  3  2 
Phys 5208  Condensed Matter Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 5210  Electromagnetic Wave Theory  4  3  2 
Phys 5212  Mathematical Physics  4  3  2 
Total  24  18  12 
Total Credits  24
Total hours – 30
*A student can choose Physics to fulfill total of 24 credits. Term/ Project paper must be submitted by each group not more than 10 students in Third Year Honours Second Semester. Group paper presentation must be included.
Core Courses
Phys 5202 Electronics
Phys 5204 Nuclear Physics
Phys 5206 Quantum Mechanics
Phys 5208 Materials Science
Phys 5210 Electromagnetic Wave Theory
Phys 5212 Mathematical Physics
Electronics
Module No. Phys 5202
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces latches, FlipFlops and Timers, Shift Registers, Counter and Memory and storage.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies Latches, FlipFlops and Timers, Latches, The SR (SETRESET) Latch, EdgeTriggered FlipFlop, FlipFlop Operating Characteristics, FlipFlop Applications, OneShots, The 555 Timer, Basic Operation, Astable Operation, and Trouble Shooting.
 Explain Shift Registers, Shift Register Operations, Type of Shift Register Data I/Os, Seraial In /Serial Out Shift Register, Parallel In/ Serial Out Shift Registers, Bidirectional Shift Register, Shift Register Counters, and Shift Register Applications.
 Examine Finite State Machine, Asynchronous Counters, Synchronous Counters, Up/Down Synchronous Counters, Design of Synchronous Counters, Cascaded Counters, Counter Decoding, and Counter Applications.
 Explore RAMs and ROMs, RandomAccess Memories.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains the The Gated SR Latch, and The Gated D Latch.
 Interprets the Seial In/ Parallel Out Shift Registers, and Parallel In/ Parallel Out Shift Registers.
 Inspects the A 4Bit Synchronous Binary Counter.
Nuclear Physics
Module No. Phys 5204
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course studies Nuclear Forces and Two Body Problem.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains the Nuclear Forces and Two Body Problem, Ground State of the Deutron, Schrodinger Wave Equation for Deutron, Nature of the Deutrons Wave Functions, Normalization of Deutron Wave Function, Nucleon – Nucleon Scattering, Low Energy neutron – proton (np) Scattering, Phase Shift, Scattering Cross Section, Radial Equation at Low Energy, and Sign of the Fermi Scattering Length and its importance, High Energy np and pp Scattering and Born Approximation.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Examine the Schrodinger Wave Equation for Deutron and its solution, Excited State of Deutrons, Size or radius of the Deutron, Mixing of orbitals in Deutron, Magnetic Moment of Deutron, Quadrupole moment of Deutron, Partial Wave Treatment of np Scattering, Energy Limits for the Scattering of different Partial Waves, Scattering Length and Effective range, Spin Dependence of np Interaction, Effective Range Theory, Effective of Chemical Binding on np Scattering, NonCentral Force, Exchange Interaction and Saturation of Nuclear Forces, Polarization: High Energy Nucleon Scattering, and Meson Theory of Nuclear Force.
Quantum Mechanics
Module No. Phys 5206
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course studies the Mathematical Mechanics of Quantum Mechanics, Angular Momentum and Scattering Theory.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies the Hilbert Space and Wave Functions, The Linear Vector Space, Dirac Notation, Operators, General Definitions, Hermitian Adjoint, Projection Operators, Commutator Algebra, Uncertainty Relation between Two Operators, Functions of Operators, Inverse and Unitory Operators, Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors of an Operator, Infinitesimal and Finite Unitory Transformations, Representation in Discrete Bases, Matrix Representation of Kets, Bras, and Operator, Change of Bases and Unitory Transformations, Matrix Representation of the Eigenvalue Problem, Representation in Continuous Bases, General Treatment, Position Representation, Momentum Reprsentation, Connecting the Position and Momentum Representation, and Parity Operator.
 Explains the Angular Momentum, Orbital Angular Momentum, General Formalism of Angular Momentum, Matrix Representation of Angular Momentum, Geometrical Representation of Angular Momentum, Spin Angular Momentum, Experimental Evidence of the Spin, General Theory of Spin, and Spin ½ and the Pauli Matrices.
 Explores the Scattering Theory, Scattering and Cross Section, Connecting the Angles in the Lab and CM Frames, Connecting the Lab and CM Cross Sections, Scattering Amplitude of Spinless Particles, Scattering Amplitude and Differential Cross Section, Scattering Amplitude, The Born Approximation, The First Born Approximation, and Velocity of the First Born Approximation.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Inspects Dimension and Basis of a Vector Space, and Square  Integrable Functions: Wave Functions, Matrix and Wave Mechanics, Matrix Mechanics, Wave Mechanics, and Concluding Remarks.
 Interprets Eigenfunctions of Orbital Angular Momentum, Eigenfunctions and Eigenvalues of L_{Z}, Eigenfunction of L_{z}^{2}, and Properties of the Spherical Harmonics.
 Examines Partial Wave Analysis, Partial Wave Analysis for Elastic Scattering, Partial Wave Analysis for Inelastic Scattering, and Scattering of Identical Particles.
Materials Science
Module No. Phys 5206
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Electrical Properties, Thermal Properties, Magnetic Properties, Optical Properties, Solar Cells and Thin Film Solar Cells.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies Energy Band Structure in Solids, Conduction in Terms of Band and Atomic Bonding Models, Electron Mobility, Electrical Resistivity of Metals, Electrical Characteristics of Commercial Alloys, Temperature Dependence of Carrier Concentration, Factors Affect Carrier Mobility, Conduction in Ionic Materials, Electrical Properties of Polymers, Ferroelectricity, and Piezoelectricity.
 Explores Heat Capacity, Thermal Expansion, Thermal Conductivity, and Thermal Stresses.
 Interprets Diamagnetism and Paramagnetism, Ferromagnetism, Antiferromagnetism and Ferrimagnetism, Influence of Temperature on Magnetic Behavior, Domains and Hysteresis, Magnetic Anisotropy, and Soft Magnetic Materials.
 Examines Luminescence, Photoconductivity, Lasers, and Optical Fibers in Communications.
 Inspects Solar Resource, Magic of Photovoltaics, Principles of Cell Design, General Design Features of pn Junction Cells, and Photovoltaics Cell and Power Generation.
 Explains Thin Film Photovoltaic Materials, Requirements for Suitable Materials, and Defects in Polycrystalline Thin Film Materials.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Examines Ohm’s Law, Electrical Conductivity, Electronics and Ionic Conduction, Intrinsic Semiconduction, Extrinsic Semiconduction, Hall Effect, Semiconductors Devices, Capacitance, Field Vectors and Polarization, Types of Polarization, Frequency Dependence of Dielectric Constant, Dielectric Strength, and Dielectric Materials.
 Explains the Basis Concepts.
 Studies Electromagnetic Radiations, Light Interaction with Solids, Atomic and Electronic Interactions, Refraction, Reflection, Absorption, Transmission, Colour, and Opacity and Translucency in Insulators.
Electromagnetic Wave Theory
Module No. Phys 5210
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Electromagnetic theory.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains Coaxial , two wire, and infinite –plane Transmission Line, The infinite uniform transmission line  Comparison of circuit and field Quantities, Characteristicimpedance determinations, The terminated uniform transmission Line, Wave Reflection on a transformer, Circuits, lines and guides, TE Mode wave in the infiniteparallelPlane transmission line, The hollow rectangular waveguide, and Attenuation of frequencies at less/greater than cutoff, waveguide devices waveguides iris theory , intrinsic, and Characteristic and wave impedances.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Examines Transmissionline charts, Transformer bandwidth, Power flow on a transmission line, The hollow circular cylindrical waveguide, Hollow waveguides of other cross section, Wave travelling to a plane boundary, Open waveguides, and Cavity resonators.
Mathematical Physics
Module No. Phys 5212
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course explains the Fourier Series and Integral Transforms.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces the Fourier Series, Dirichlet’s Conditions for a Fourier Series, Advantages of Fourier Series, Useful Integrals, Determination of Fourier coefficients, Function Defined in Two or More SubRanges, Discontinuous Functions, Even Function, HalfRange Series period 0 to p, Change of Interval and Functions having Arbitrary Period, and Parseval’s Formula.
Explains Integral Transforms, Fourier Integral Theorem, Fourier Sine and Cosine Integrals, Fourier’s Complex Integral, Fourier Transforms, and Fourier Sine and Cosine Transforms.
Semester I
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  Hours/Week  
Lecture  Practical/Tutorial  
Phys 5201  Electronics  4  3  2 
Phys 5203  Nuclear Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 5205  Quantum Mechanics  4  3  2 
Phys 5207  Condensed Matter Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 5209  Electromagnetic Wave Theory  4  3  2 
Phys 5211  Mathematical Physics  4  3  2 
Total  24  18  12 
Total Credits  24
Total hours – 30
*A student can choose Physics to fulfill total of 24 credits. Term/ Project paper must be submitted by each group not more than 10 students in Third Year Honours Second Semester. Group paper presentation must be included.
Core Courses
Phys 5201 Electronics
Phys 5203 Nuclear Physics
Phys 5205 Quantum Mechanics
Phys 5207 Condensed Matter Physics
Phys 5209 Electromagnetic Wave Theory
Phys 5211 Mathematical Physics
Electronics
Module No.Phys5201
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course describes Memory and Storage, Introduction to Digital Signal Processing, Hardware and software for Digital Signal Processors, Basics Programming Concepts for automated Testing.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains RandomAccess Memories, ReadOnly Memories, Programmable Rom and Flash Memories.
 Expresses AnalogtoDigital conversion methods, the Digital Signal Processor, and DigitaltoAnalog Conversion Methods.
 Explores FixedPoint and Floating Point Formats.
 Examines the Simple Sequential Program.
Nuclear Physics
Module No.Phys5203
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces Radiation Measurement, Statistical Errors of Radiation Counting, Review of Atomic and Nuclear Physics, Energy Loss and Penetration of Radiations through matter, Introduction to Spectroscopy, Research Method ologyand Techniques.
Quantum Mechanics
Module No.Phys5205
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Wavepackets, Gaussianwave – packet, Quantization of (i) translationary (ii) orbital (iii) vibrationarymotion, WKBApproximation,and Quantum Field Theory Part 1 (QFT1).
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces Wave Packet, Fourier Series and Fourier Integral, Exponential Fourier Series, and Gaussian Packets.
 Explains Linear motion and Harmonic Oscillator, Energy and Momentum, the Flux density, the Schroedinger Equation for Hydrogenic Atoms, and the Radial Schroedinger Equation.
 Expresses WKB Approximation, Application of Barrier Penetration, Application of WKB Method for alpha decay, and Scattering Theory.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Examines Fourier integral.
 Explores the Significance of the Coefficients, and the TwoDimensional Square Well.
 Introduces WKB solution of the Radial Wave Function.
Condensed Matter Physics
Module No.Phys5207
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces Band Theory of Solids, and Semiconductors.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces the Bloch Theorem, the KRONIGPENENY Model, Velocity and Effective Mass of Electron, Velocity of Electron, Distinction between Metals, Insulators and Semiconductors.
 Explains Pure or Intrinsic Semiconductors, Carrier Concentration and Fermi Level for Intrinsic Semiconductor, Electron Concentration in the Conduction Band, Hole Concentration in the Valence Band, Carrier Concentration, Fermi Level and Conductivity for Extrinsic Semiconductor.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explores Energy versus waveVector RelationshipDifferent Representations, and Number of Wave Functions in a Band.
 Examines Donor or ntype Semiconductor, Acceptor or ptype Semiconductor and Drift Velocity, Mobility and Conductivity of Intrinsic Semiconductors.
Electromagnetic Wave Theory
Module No.Phys5209
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Wave Polarization, and Wave Reflection, Refraction, and Diffraction.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces Linear, Elliptical, and Circular Polarization, and Poynting Vector for Elliptically or Circularly Polarized Waves.
 Explains Plane Wave, Normal incidence, Linearly Polarized Plane Wave, Oblique Incidence, Elliptically Polarized Plane Wave, Oblique Inciedence, Huygen’s Principle and Physical Optics, Scattering From a Conducting Strip, and Geometrical Theory of Diffraction.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Examines Partial Polarization and the Stokes Parameters, and Cross Field.
 Inspects the Terminated Wave, and GeometricalOptics Concepts.
Mathematical Physics
Module No.Phys5211
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explores Tensor analysis, and Laplace Transform.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Examines Rank Two Tensors, and Rank Three Tensors.
 Explores Definition of the Laplace Transform, Existence of Laplace Transform, Laplace Transforms of some elementary functions, Shifting (or translation) Theorems, the First Shifting Theorem, the Second Shifting Theorem, and Inverse Laplace Transform.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Introduces Christofel Sybmol.
 Expresses Laplace Transform of a Periodic Function, Laplace Transform of Derivatives Problems, Laplace Transform of Functions defined by Integrals Problems

Semester II
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  Hours/Week  
Lecture  Practical/Tutorial  
Phys 5202  Electronics  4  3  2 
Phys 5204  Nuclear Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 5206  Quantum Mechanics  4  3  2 
Phys 5208  Condensed Matter Physics  4  3  2 
Phys 5210  Electromagnetic Wave Theory  4  3  2 
Phys 5212  Mathematical Physics  4  3  2 
Total  24  18  12 
Total Credits  24
Total hours – 30
*A student can choose Physics to fulfill total of 24 credits. Term/ Project paper must be submitted by each group not more than 10 students in Third Year Honours Second Semester. Group paper presentation must be included.
Core Courses
Phys 5202 Electronics
Phys 5204 Nuclear Physics
Phys 5206 Quantum Mechanics
Phys 5208 Materials Science
Phys 5210 Electromagnetic Wave Theory
Phys 5212 Mathematical Physics
Electronics
Module No. Phys 5202
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces latches, FlipFlops and Timers, Shift Registers, Counter and Memory and storage.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies Latches, FlipFlops and Timers, Latches, The SR (SETRESET) Latch, EdgeTriggered FlipFlop, FlipFlop Operating Characteristics, FlipFlop Applications, OneShots, The 555 Timer, Basic Operation, Astable Operation, and Trouble Shooting.
 Explain Shift Registers, Shift Register Operations, Type of Shift Register Data I/Os, Seraial In /Serial Out Shift Register, Parallel In/ Serial Out Shift Registers, Bidirectional Shift Register, Shift Register Counters, and Shift Register Applications.
 Examine Finite State Machine, Asynchronous Counters, Synchronous Counters, Up/Down Synchronous Counters, Design of Synchronous Counters, Cascaded Counters, Counter Decoding, and Counter Applications.
 Explore RAMs and ROMs, RandomAccess Memories.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explains the The Gated SR Latch, and The Gated D Latch.
 Interprets the Seial In/ Parallel Out Shift Registers, and Parallel In/ Parallel Out Shift Registers.
 Inspects the A 4Bit Synchronous Binary Counter.
Nuclear Physics
Module No. Phys 5204
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course studies Nuclear Forces and Two Body Problem.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains the Nuclear Forces and Two Body Problem, Ground State of the Deutron, Schrodinger Wave Equation for Deutron, Nature of the Deutrons Wave Functions, Normalization of Deutron Wave Function, Nucleon – Nucleon Scattering, Low Energy neutron – proton (np) Scattering, Phase Shift, Scattering Cross Section, Radial Equation at Low Energy, and Sign of the Fermi Scattering Length and its importance, High Energy np and pp Scattering and Born Approximation.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Examine the Schrodinger Wave Equation for Deutron and its solution, Excited State of Deutrons, Size or radius of the Deutron, Mixing of orbitals in Deutron, Magnetic Moment of Deutron, Quadrupole moment of Deutron, Partial Wave Treatment of np Scattering, Energy Limits for the Scattering of different Partial Waves, Scattering Length and Effective range, Spin Dependence of np Interaction, Effective Range Theory, Effective of Chemical Binding on np Scattering, NonCentral Force, Exchange Interaction and Saturation of Nuclear Forces, Polarization: High Energy Nucleon Scattering, and Meson Theory of Nuclear Force.
Quantum Mechanics
Module No. Phys 5206
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course studies the Mathematical Mechanics of Quantum Mechanics, Angular Momentum and Scattering Theory.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies the Hilbert Space and Wave Functions, The Linear Vector Space, Dirac Notation, Operators, General Definitions, Hermitian Adjoint, Projection Operators, Commutator Algebra, Uncertainty Relation between Two Operators, Functions of Operators, Inverse and Unitory Operators, Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors of an Operator, Infinitesimal and Finite Unitory Transformations, Representation in Discrete Bases, Matrix Representation of Kets, Bras, and Operator, Change of Bases and Unitory Transformations, Matrix Representation of the Eigenvalue Problem, Representation in Continuous Bases, General Treatment, Position Representation, Momentum Reprsentation, Connecting the Position and Momentum Representation, and Parity Operator.
 Explains the Angular Momentum, Orbital Angular Momentum, General Formalism of Angular Momentum, Matrix Representation of Angular Momentum, Geometrical Representation of Angular Momentum, Spin Angular Momentum, Experimental Evidence of the Spin, General Theory of Spin, and Spin ½ and the Pauli Matrices.
 Explores the Scattering Theory, Scattering and Cross Section, Connecting the Angles in the Lab and CM Frames, Connecting the Lab and CM Cross Sections, Scattering Amplitude of Spinless Particles, Scattering Amplitude and Differential Cross Section, Scattering Amplitude, The Born Approximation, The First Born Approximation, and Velocity of the First Born Approximation.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Inspects Dimension and Basis of a Vector Space, and Square  Integrable Functions: Wave Functions, Matrix and Wave Mechanics, Matrix Mechanics, Wave Mechanics, and Concluding Remarks.
 Interprets Eigenfunctions of Orbital Angular Momentum, Eigenfunctions and Eigenvalues of L_{Z},Eigenfunction of L_{z}^{2}, and Properties of the Spherical Harmonics.
 Examines Partial Wave Analysis, Partial Wave Analysis for Elastic Scattering, Partial Wave Analysis for Inelastic Scattering, and Scattering of Identical Particles.
Materials Science
Module No. Phys 5206
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Electrical Properties, Thermal Properties, Magnetic Properties, Optical Properties, Solar Cells and Thin Film Solar Cells.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Studies Energy Band Structure in Solids, Conduction in Terms of Band and Atomic Bonding Models, Electron Mobility, Electrical Resistivity of Metals, Electrical Characteristics of Commercial Alloys, Temperature Dependence of Carrier Concentration, Factors Affect Carrier Mobility, Conduction in Ionic Materials, Electrical Properties of Polymers, Ferroelectricity, and Piezoelectricity.
 Explores Heat Capacity, Thermal Expansion, Thermal Conductivity, and Thermal Stresses.
 Interprets Diamagnetism and Paramagnetism, Ferromagnetism, Antiferromagnetism and Ferrimagnetism, Influence of Temperature on Magnetic Behavior, Domains and Hysteresis, Magnetic Anisotropy, and Soft Magnetic Materials.
 Examines Luminescence, Photoconductivity, Lasers, and Optical Fibers in Communications.
 Inspects Solar Resource, Magic of Photovoltaics, Principles of Cell Design, General Design Features of pn Junction Cells, and Photovoltaics Cell and Power Generation.
 Explains Thin Film Photovoltaic Materials, Requirements for Suitable Materials, and Defects in Polycrystalline Thin Film Materials.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Examines Ohm’s Law, Electrical Conductivity, Electronics and Ionic Conduction, Intrinsic Semiconduction, Extrinsic Semiconduction, Hall Effect, Semiconductors Devices, Capacitance, Field Vectors and Polarization, Types of Polarization, Frequency Dependence of Dielectric Constant, Dielectric Strength, and Dielectric Materials.
 Explains the Basis Concepts.
 Studies Electromagnetic Radiations, Light Interaction with Solids, Atomic and Electronic Interactions, Refraction, Reflection, Absorption, Transmission, Colour, and Opacity and Translucency in Insulators.
Electromagnetic Wave Theory
Module No. Phys 5210
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Electromagnetic theory.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains Coaxial , two wire, and infinite –plane Transmission Line, The infinite uniform transmission line  Comparison of circuit and field Quantities, Characteristicimpedance determinations, The terminated uniform transmission Line, Wave Reflection on a transformer, Circuits, lines and guides, TE Mode wave in the infiniteparallelPlane transmission line, The hollow rectangular waveguide, and Attenuation of frequencies at less/greater than cutoff, waveguide devices waveguides iris theory , intrinsic, and Characteristic and wave impedances.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Examines Transmissionline charts, Transformer bandwidth, Power flow on a transmission line, The hollow circular cylindrical waveguide, Hollow waveguides of other cross section, Wave travelling to a plane boundary, Open waveguides, and Cavity resonators.
Mathematical Physics
Module No. Phys 5212
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course explains the Fourier Series and Integral Transforms.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces the Fourier Series, Dirichlet’s Conditions for a Fourier Series, Advantages of Fourier Series, Useful Integrals, Determination of Fourier coefficients, Function Defined in Two or More SubRanges, Discontinuous Functions, Even Function, HalfRange Series period 0 to p, Change of Interval and Functions having Arbitrary Period, and Parseval’s Formula.
Explains Integral Transforms, Fourier Integral Theorem, Fourier Sine and Cosine Integrals, Fourier’s Complex Integral, Fourier Transforms, and Fourier Sine and Cosine Transforms.
Semester I
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  Hours/Week  
Lecture  Practical/Tutorial  
Ph611  Quantum Mechanics  4  4  2 
Ph 612  Condensed Matter Physics  4  4  2 
Ph 613  Nuclear Physics  4  4  2 
Ph 614  Electronics  4  4  2 
Total  16  16  8 
Total Credits  16
Total hours – 24
Core Courses
Ph 611 Quantum Mechanics
Ph 612 Condensed Matter Physics
Ph 613 Nuclear Physics
Ph 614 Electronics
Quantum Mechanics
Module No.Ph 611
1^{st}Semester
Course Description
This course explores the fundamental concepts and quantum dynamics. The revolutionary change in the understanding of microscopic phenomena that took place during the twentieth century is unprecedented in the history of natural sciences. It severes limitation in the validity of classical physics and replaces the classical theories to be far richer in scope and far richer in its range of applicability.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains the SternGerlach experiment, Kets, Bras and Operators, Base Kets and Matrix representations, Measurements, Observables and Uncertainty relations and Change of Basis.
 Interprets the evolution and Schroedinger equation, the Schroedinger versus the Heisenberg picture, Simple Harmonic Oscillator, Schrodinger’s wave equation and Propagators and Feynman Path integrals.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Discuss the Positions, Momentum and Translation, Potentials and Gauge Transformations.
Condensed Matter Physics
Module No. Ph 612
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Condensed Matter Physics, Dielectrics and Ferroelectrics, Macroscopic Electric Field, Local Electric Field at an Atom,Dielectric constant and Polarizability, Structural phase transitions, Ferroelectric Crystals, Solid State Electronics, Introduction to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains Semiconductor Materials and Their Properties, (The Valence Bond Model of the Semiconductor, The Energy Band Model, Equilibrium Concentrations of Electrons and Holes Inside the Energy Bands, The Fermi Level and Energy Distribution of Carriers Inside the Bands), The Temperature Dependence of Carrier Concentrations in an Extrinsic Semiconductor, Heavily Doped Semiconductors, Carrier Transport in Semiconductors, The Drift of Carriers in an Electric Field, Variation of Mobility with Temperature and Doping Level, Conductivity, Impurity Band Conduction, (The Hall Effect).
 Examines Size Matters, The Fundamental Importance of size, The Mechanic Behavior of Nanoparticles, & Problems, Special Topics Preparation of electroceramics by Conventional Ceramics Method and measurement of resistance, capacitance and calculation of dielectric constant.
Nuclear Physics
Module No.Ph 613
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces Gasfilled Detectors, Scintillation Detectors, Semiconductor Detectors, Photon (GammaRayand XRay) Spectroscopy.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains Relationship between high voltage and charge collected, Different types of gasfilled detectors, Ionization Chamber, the HighVoltage Plateau, Operation of a GM counter and quenching of the discharge, Rate Meters, Scintillation detectors, Dead time of Scintillation detectors, Semiconductor detectors, Gammaray and Xray spectroscopy, Energy resolution of a Spectrometers, Nuclear masses and binding energies, Decay widths and Lifetimes.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explores Current Ionization Chambers, Gas Multiplication in proportional counters, Gasflow counters, the response of Inorganic Scintillators, the response of Organic Scintillators, the formation of a pn junction, Charge densities and form factors, Double beta decay, and Reduced transition probabilities for gamma decay.
Electronics
Module No.Ph 614
1^{st} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces Digital signal processing, Signal sampling and quantization, Digital signals and Systems, Discrete Fourier Transform and Signal Spectrum.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains Basic concepts of Digital Signal Processing, and Basic Digital Signal Processing Examples in Block Diagrams.
 Expresses AnalogtoDigital conversion, DigitaltoAnalog conversion, and Quantization.
 Interprets Digital Signals, and Digital Convolution.
 Examines Discrete Fourier Transform, Amplitude Spectrum and Power Spectrum, and Spectral Estimation using Window Functions.

Semester II
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  Hours/Week  
Lecture  Practical/Tutorial  
Ph 621  Quantum Mechanics  4  4  2 
Ph 622  Condensed Matter Physics  4  4  2 
Ph 623  Nuclear Physics  4  4  2 
Ph 624  Electronics  4  4  2 
Total  16  16  8 
Total Credits  16
Total hours – 24
Core Courses
Ph 621 Quantum Mechanics
Ph 622 Condensed Matter Physics
Ph 623 Nuclear Physics
Ph 624 Electronics
Quantum Mechanics
Module No. Ph 621
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course explains Rotations and Angular Momentum, Spin systems and Finite Rotations, Density operators and pure versus mixed ensembles, Eigenvalues and Eigenstates of angular momentum, Orbital angular momentum, Addition of angular momenta, and Schwinger’s oscillator model of angular Momentum.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains Finite Versus Infinitesimal Rotations, Infinitesimal Rotations in Quantum Mechanics, Rotation operator for spin , Spin precession Revisited, Pauli TwoComponent Formalism, Rotations in the TwoComponent Formalism, Polarized Versus Unpolarized Beams, Ensemble Averages and density operator, Time Evolution of ensembles, Commutation Relations and the Ladder Operators, Eigenvalues of , Matrix Elements of AngularMomentum Operators, Representations of the Rotation Operator, Orbital angular momentum as rotation generator, Spherical Harmonics, Simple examples of angular momentum addition, Formal theory of angular momentum addition, and Angular momentum and uncoupled oscillators.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Explores Euler Rotations, Schrodinger’s Equation for Central Potentials, and Explicit formula for rotation Matrices.
Condensed Matter Physics
Module No.Ph 622
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces Magnetism, Excess Carrier in Semiconductors, Electrical Breakdown in pn Junction, Dynamic Behavior of pn Junction Diodes, Junctions and Devices and the Nanoscale.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Explains Diamagnetism, Paramagnetism, Ferromagnetism, and Antiferro magnetism.
 Examines Injection of Excess Carriers, Recombination of Excess Carriers, Origin of Recombination Centers, and Basic Equations for Semiconductor DeviceOperation.
 Inspects Zener Breakdown in pn Junction, Abrupt pn junction, and Linearly Graded Junction, Secondary Multiplication in Semiconductors, Avalanche Breakdown in pn junction, Effect of Junction Curvature and crystal Imperfections on the Breakdown Voltage, and Crystal Imperfections.
 Introduces SmallSignal ac Impedance of A Junction Diode, Differential Resistance of a ForwardBiased Diode, Diffusion capacitance and diode impedance, the LongBased Diode, the ShortBase Diode, Ohmic Contacts, Heterojunctions, and Energy Band Diagram.
 Expresses Junctions, MetalMetal Junction, MetalSemiconductor Junction, and Semiconductor Junction.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Introduces Mechanisms of Recombination Processes, Excess Carriers and QuasiFermi Levels.
 Explores the Ionization Integral, Avalanche Breakdown Voltage of Abrupt and Linearly Graded Junctions, Temperature Dependence of Avalanche Breakdown Voltage, PunchedThrough Diode, and Junction Curvature.
Nuclear Physics
Module No. Ph 623
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course introduces Radiation Sources, Introduction of Radiation with Matter and Radiation Dosimetry.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces Radioactivity, Transformation Mechanics, Transformation Kinetic, Naturally Occurring radiation, and Mechanics Sources of radiation.
 Studies Beta Particles, Alpha Particles, Gamma Rays, and Neutrons.
 Explores External Exposure, Exposure Measurement, Exposure dose relationship, Absorbed dose measurement: BraggGray Principle, Source Strength: Specific Gammaray emission, Skin Contamination, Dose from surface contamination Internally deposited radionuclides, Corpuscular radiation, Total Dose: Dose Commitment, and Medical internal radiation dose Methodology.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Studies Activity, Serial Transformation, and Transient equilibrium.
 Explains Interaction Mechanics.
 Explores Dose Units, Beta radiation, Submersion dose, Effective halflife, Gamma emitter, ICPR methodology, and External exposure neutrons.
Electronics
Module No. Ph 624
2^{nd} Semester
Course Description
This course explains the ZTransform, Digital Signal Processing Systems, Basic Filtering Types and Digital Filter Realization, Finite Impulse Response Filter Design, Infinite Impulse Response Filter Design.
Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Introduces Properties of the zTransform, Inverse zTransformation, Solution of Difference Equations Using the zTransform.
 Explains The Difference Equation and Digital Filtering, Difference Equation and Transfer Function, The zPlane PoleZero Plot and Stability, Digital Filter Frequency Response, Basic Types of Filtering, Realizations of Digital Filters, DirectForm I Realization, Cascade (Series) Realization, and Application: Speech Enhancement and Filtering.
 Studies Finite Impulse Response Filter Format, Fourier Transform Design, Window Method, Applications: Noise Reduction and TwoBand Digital Crossover, Noise Reduction, TwoBand Digital Crossover, Frequency Sampling Design Method, Optimal Design Method, Realization Structures of Finite Impulse, Transversal Form, Linear Phase Form, Coefficient Accuracy Effects on Finite Impulse Response Filters, and MATLAB Programs.
 Explores Infinite Impulse Response Filter Format, Bilinear Transformation Design Method, Analog Filters Using Lowpass Prototype Transformation, Bilinear Transformation and Frequency Warping, Digital Butterworth and Chebyshev Filter Design, Low Pass Prototype Function and its Order, HigherOrder Infinite Impulse Response Filter Design Using the Cascade Method, Application: Digital Audio Equalizer, Impulse Invariant Design Method, PoloZero Placement Method for Simple Infinite Impulse Response Filters, SecondOrder Bandpass Filter Design, FirstOrder Lowpass Filter Design, Realization Structures of Infinite Impulse Response Filter, Application: 60Hz Hum Eliminator and Heart Rate Detection using Electrocardiography, Coefficient Accuracy Effects on Infinite Impulse Response Filters, Application: Generation and Direction of DualTone Multifrequency Tones Using Goertzel Algorithm, SingleTone Generator, and Summary of Infinite Impulse Response (IIR)Design Procedures and Selection Of IIR Filter Design Method in Practice.
Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs)
 Studies Partial Fraction Expansion Using MATLAB, and Summary.
 Explores Impulse response, Step response and System Response, Directform II Realization, Parallel Realization, PreEmphasis of Speech, Bandpass Filtering of Speech, and Summary.
 Introduces Speech Noise Reduction, Summary of Finite Impulse Response (IR) Design Procedures and Selection of FIR Filter Design Method in Practice, and Summary.
Explains Bilinear Transformation Design Procedure, Lowpass and Highpass Filter Design Examples, Bandpass and Bandstop Filter Design Examples, SecondOrder Bandstop Filter Design, FirstOrder Highpass Filter Design, Realization of Infinite Impulse Response Filters in Direct Form I and DirectForm II, Realization of HigherOrder Infinite Impulse Response Filters via the Cascade Form, DualTone Multifrequency Tone Generator, Goertzel Algorithm, DualTone Multifrequency Tone Detection using the Modified Goertzel Algorithm.
Semester I
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  
Ph 635  Research & Seminar 1  4 

Ph 636  Research & Seminar 2  4 

Ph 637  Research & Progress Report  4 

Ph 638  Research outline & Their Presentation  4 

Total  16 

Total Credits  16

Semester II
Module No  Module Name  Credit Point  
Ph 641  Research and Seminar  8 

Ph 642  Thesis & Viva voce  8 

Total  16 

Total Credits  16