Introduction:
“An Enlightened Woman is a Source of Infinite Power”.
Hyderabad Karnataka area was backward socially, economically and educationally. Therefore, the founder president of Hyderabad Karnataka Education (H.K.E) society, Late.Shri.Mahadevappa Rampure, who was a great visionary and statesman, identified the need for the transformation of traditional backward society, into modern and developed society, through the education. The literacy rate of the area was very low, particularly, the woman literacy was unsatisfactory. He realized that if the women are educated, the society automatically prospers and develops.
So, he established the woman’s college in the year 1965 in the name of Smt. Veeramma Gangasiri, with the liberal financial assistance by Sri. Basavanappa Gangasiri. Smt. Vijayalaxmi Gurusiddaih was the first principal.
History of the department:
Realizing the importance of Physics subject, the department of physics was started in the year 1966 i.e., the very next year of opening the college. Since then, physics was offered as minor subject, with mathematics as major subject.
From 1980 onwards, major minor system was replaced by three equal subjects. Then physics was offered as one of the optional subjects with chemistry and mathematics as other two optional i.e., PCM combination. From 1988, when the department of Electronics started, physics was offered as one of the optional, along with electronics and mathematics i.e., PME Combination. It was one of the optional along with computer – science PMCs since 2000. From the academic year 2021-22 government implemented the National Education Policy-2020 and instructed all the universities and colleges of Karnataka to follow the syllabus prescribed the affiliating university.
Initially Prof.M.N.Attar was the Head of the Department and has contributed to the development of the department in the initial stage. Smt. Girija.C.M served the department along with him. Later, Prof. M.G.Kolsur joined the department. He served the department as H.O.D. and was later transferred to A.V.Patil Degree College, Aland to serve in the capacity of principal. Prof.B.S.Biradar, Prof.B.B.Shigachi, were two other heads of the department who served the department Prof. Ramesh Patil and Prof.Girija. C. M were other faculty members.
The department has teachers with a rich teaching experience.
Smt. Girija has completed her M.Phil. under FIP IX^{th} Plan (Faculty Improvement Programme) in the year 2001 and Ph.D. in the year 2008 under FIP X^{th} Plan (2005-2007). Teachers of the department completed minor research project under UGC Plans. Teachers presented their research work and published research papers at National and International levels. The members of the staff have attended many workshops, National and International seminars and conferences.
The Post-Graduation in Physics started from the academic year 2015-16 with the intake capacity of 20 students.
M.Sc (PHYSICS): MASTER OF PHYSICS
Physics is responsible for many of the most important breakthrough in science. The course at KSWU Vijayapur is designed to develop academic talent leading to challenging and rewarding professional life. Through the core branches of physics such as condensed matter physics, nuclear physics, electronics and spectroscopy are the main focus of the course, and other emerging topics, such as Nanotechnology, Instrumentations, Material science and other interface branches are also added to expose students to new and exciting trends in recent day research along with through fundamental knowledge of physics.
Research Programme : The college is Recongnised as the Research Centre from the Karnataka State Akkamahadevi Womens University Vijayapur. The College statrted to offer Research Programme (Ph.D.) from the academic year 2022 onwards.
Opportunities:
There is wide range of options for a post-graduate in physics from teaching to research and development the field of physics is wide and diverse. There are vast opportunities available for M.Sc PG in govt sector. They can apply in scientific research and development organization, physics research laboratory in Ahmadabad etc., they can also apply for varies jobs in govt organization such as BARC, ONGC, BHEL, NTPC and ISRO. If the student having high percent during PG can apply for jobs in NASA. And after companies NET or SET exams they can apply for the teaching jobs on govt colleges and schools.
Intake:
The number of students to be admitted into the course is 20 Reservation policy of Government of Karnataka is followed.
ADMISSIONS:
The strength of the department was limited in the beginning i.e., during the period 1966-1970. Later on the strength of students opting for physics gradually increased upto 2020-21. Karnataka government implemented the Nation Education Policy-2020 from the academic year 2021-22. After the implementation of NEP-2020 the student’s strength decreasing gradually in all the private colleges because of various schemes introduced in the government colleges of the Karnataka.
The strength of the students is shown below, year-wise and class wise
Year |
Semester |
SC |
ST |
OBC |
GM |
Total Students |
Total Number of Physics Students |
|||||
2A |
2B |
3A |
3B |
Cat 1 |
Total OBC |
|||||||
2017-18 |
I |
12 |
02 |
18 |
18 |
08 |
54 |
07 |
105 |
07 |
126 |
353 |
III |
12 |
01 |
19 |
22 |
00 |
46 |
07 |
94 |
05 |
112 |
||
V |
08 |
00 |
21 |
27 |
05 |
43 |
06 |
102 |
05 |
115 |
||
2018-19 |
I |
12 |
02 |
27 |
22 |
04 |
60 |
07 |
120 |
08 |
142 |
375 |
III |
10 |
02 |
18 |
18 |
08 |
54 |
06 |
104 |
06 |
122 |
||
V |
12 |
01 |
19 |
22 |
00 |
45 |
07 |
93 |
05 |
111 |
||
2019-20 |
I |
15 |
00 |
33 |
24 |
05 |
36 |
04 |
102 |
02 |
119 |
374 |
III |
10 |
02 |
26 |
22 |
04 |
56 |
07 |
115 |
08 |
135 |
||
V |
10 |
02 |
17 |
18 |
08 |
54 |
06 |
103 |
05 |
120 |
||
2020-21 |
I |
08 |
02 |
18 |
21 |
03 |
29 |
04 |
75 |
02 |
87 |
335 |
III |
09 |
02 |
26 |
22 |
04 |
58 |
07 |
117 |
07 |
135 |
||
V |
15 |
00 |
31 |
22 |
05 |
35 |
04 |
97 |
02 |
114 |
||
2021-22 |
I |
07 |
00 |
10 |
15 |
00 |
11 |
05 |
41 |
00 |
48 |
247 |
III |
07 |
02 |
17 |
21 |
03 |
30 |
04 |
75 |
02 |
86 |
||
V |
15 |
00 |
31 |
22 |
05 |
35 |
04 |
97 |
02 |
114 |
||
2022-23 |
I |
02 |
00 |
07 |
06 |
00 |
10 |
02 |
25 |
02 |
29 |
163 |
III |
07 |
00 |
10 |
15 |
00 |
11 |
05 |
41 |
00 |
48 |
||
V |
07 |
02 |
17 |
21 |
03 |
30 |
04 |
75 |
02 |
86 |
Department library:
There are 1,133 physics books worth Rs.1,13,948=00 in the college library. In addition, we have maintained a department library, where complimentary copies, personal books and rare books are kept. When ever the students are in need of books for reference, we issue books to them, from our department library during college hours.
A separate register is maintained for issue and return of the books.
In addition all the previous question papers of our university are kept in the department library, for student’s reference.
S.No. | Name of the Faculty | Designation | Photo | Qualification | Profile Link |
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1. | Dr. Mohanraj N Pattar | Head of the Dept. | M.Sc. M.Phil. Ph.D | View Profile | |
2. | Dr. Shivraj G Gounhalli | Assistant Prof. | M.Sc. M.Phil. Ph.D | View Profile | |
3 | Dr. Rajesh S. M | Assistant Prof. | M.Sc. Ph. D | ||
4 | Sri. Siddaling Shantappa Bashetty | Lecturer | M.Sc, B.Ed | View Profile | |
5 | Miss Ambika Suryakanth Patil | Lecturer | M.Sc, B.Ed | View Profile | |
6 | Miss Vaishnavi K | Lecturer | M.Sc. | View Profile |
B.Sc.
M.Sc. Physics
Research Program ( M.Phil / Ph.D)
Sl. No | Class | Syllabus | |
1 | B. Sc. I to VI sem | 2018-19 |
NEP 2021-22 |
2 | M. Sc. I to IV sem | 2018-19 | 2022-23 |
3 | Ph.D | Course Work |
Subject Combination : Non NEP : PCM, PME, PMCs
: NEP 2020 : Student can opt Physics as one of the core subject along with any core subject
Outcome of Course
Preamble:
The designed systematic and planned curricula by the Board of Studies of the affiliated university from first semester to the sixthsemester shall encourage and motivatethe students for pursuing higher studies in Physics with depth basic knowledge and forbecoming an entrepreneur.
Main Objectives:
To communicate thefundamental knowledge of scientific and technological aspects of Physics
To deliver information with current and recent scientific and technological developments.
To enhance the fundamental knowledge and to create interest about the basic science branch i.e. Physics through skill development assignments like problem solving,hand on activities, projects etc. and organizing study tours.
To motivate the students to involve in research activities to unfold the general truths about the nature using the knowledge of Physics.
To develop the scientific and technological temperament for research and Advance development in Applied braches of Physics.
To boost students to build-up a progressive and successful career in Physics
FIRST YEAR - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
I SEMESTER –PHYSICS Paper 1.1: MECHANICS AND PROPERTIES OF MATTER
1. To gain full knowledge about frames of references, Newton's laws and its applications in the calculations of the motion of simple systems.
2. Using the acquired knowledge able to draw free body diagrams to analyse the forces on the object in the simple systems.
3. Acquire the depth knowledge about the concepts of momentum, angular momentum, energy and its types, the concepts of conservation of momentum, angular momentum andenergy and be able to perform calculations using them.
4. Acquire the depth knowledge about the concepts of rigid bodies and elasticity and be able to perform calculations using them.
5. Acquire the depth knowledge about the concepts of surface tension and viscosity and be able explain the applications of surface tension and viscosity with an examples and to perform calculations using them.
6. Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered.
II SEMESTER –PHYSICS
Paper 2.1: HEAT, THERMODYNAMICS AND WAVES AND OSCILLATION
1. Describe the Kinetic theory of gases, Applications of atomicity of gasses for different molecules.
2. Describe the Thermodynamic laws and apply the laws of thermodynamics to formulate the relations necessary toanalyze a thermodynamic process.
3.Explain the heat engines and calculate thermal efficiency.
4.Explain the refrigerators, heat pumps and calculate coefficient of performance.
5. Understand property ‘entropy’ and derive some thermo dynamical relations using entropy concept.
6.Understand the physics and mathematics of waves and oscillations.
7. Solve the equations of motion for simple harmonic, damped, and forced oscillators.
8. Formulate these equations and understand their physical content in a variety of applications.
9. Describe oscillatory motion with graphs and equations, and use these descriptions to solve problems of oscillatory motion.
10. Explain oscillation in terms of energy exchange, giving various examples.
11. Solve problems relating to undamped, damped and force oscillators andsuperposition of oscillations.
12. Understand the mathematical description of travelling and standing waves.
13. Recognize the one-dimensional classical wave equation and solutions to it.
14. Calculate the phase velocity of a travelling wave.
15. Explain in qualitative terms how frequency, amplitude, and wave shape affect the pitch, intensity, and quality of tones produced by musical instruments.
16. Explain reverberation time, acoustics and its applications, sound transducers.
SECOND YEAR - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
III SEMESTER –PHYSICS Paper 3.1: OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS, LASER AND ELECTRODYNAMICS
1. Understand various optical instruments and their working principles and their applications.
2. To demonstrate an understanding of electromagnetic waves and its spectrum.
3. To understand the atomic excitation and LASER principles.
4. To solve the problems related to the vectors and use the vector notations in deriving the expressions in electrostatics and magnetostatics.
5. Understand vector calculus in three dimensions and derive Gauss theorem, Stoke‟s theorem and Green‟s theorem.
6. To demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered.
7. Demonstrate an understanding of the electric force, field and potential, and related concepts, for stationary charges.
8. Calculate electrostatic field and potential of simple charge distributions using Coulomb's law and Gauss's law.
9. Demonstrate an understanding of the dielectric and effect on dielectric due to electric field.
10. Demonstrate an understanding of the magnetic field for steady currents usingBiotSavart and Ampere's laws.
11. Explain the electromagnetism related laws and their applications.
12. Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered.
IV SEMESTER –PHYSICS
Paper 4.1: PHYSICAL OPTIC AND ELECTRICITY
1. Acquire the basic knowledge about the theories of light and fundamental concepts of wave optics.
2. Describe how light can constructively and destructively interfere.
3. Explain why a light beam spreads out after passing through an aperture
4. Summarize the polarization characteristics of electromagnetic waves.
5. Appreciate the operation of many modern optical devices that utilize wave Optics.
6. Understand optical phenomena such as polarisation, interference and diffraction in terms of the wave model.
7. Analyse simple examples of interference and diffraction phenomena.
8. Be familiar with a range of equipment used in modern optics.
9. Understand the relationship between electrical charge, electrical field, electrical potential, AC and DC current, various circuits and Bridges, filters etc.
10. Able to explain working principle of CRO and its applications in the modern world.
11. Solve numerical problems involving topics covered.
THIRD YEAR - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE V SEMESTER –PHYSICS
Paper 5.1: ATOMIC MOLECULAR PHYSICS & SPECIAL THEORY OF RELATIVITY
1. Understand different atom models.
2. Analyse the prerequisite in a molecule towards its Rotational and vibrational activity.
3. To understand the general structure of atom, spectrum of hydrogen atom.
4. To understand the bonding mechanism in molecules and rotational and vibrational energy levels of diatomic molecules.
5. Explain the various scattering of light such as Tyndall, Rayleigh’s and Raman Scattering and Raman effect.
6. Understand about the special theory of relativity with frames of references, length contraction, concepts of proper frame, length, time.
7. Discuss the variation of mass with velocity, Einstein mass energy relation and energy momentum relationship.
Paper 5.2 – QUANTUM MECHANICS, NUCLEAR PHYSICS AND ENERGY PHYSICS
1. Understanding of: Importance of quantum mechanics compared to classical mechanics at microscopic level.
2. Understand various tools to calculate Eigen values and total angular momentum of particles.
3. Understand Schrodinger’s equation for spherical symmetric potential, complete solution of hydrogen atom.
4. Understand atoms in external magnetic field.
5. Basic properties of nucleus and nuclear models to study the nuclear structure properties.
6. Various aspects of nuclear reactions will give idea how nuclear power can be generated.
7. Nuclear fission and fusion.
8. Basic of elementary particles.
9. Explain the conventional and renewable energy and their primary applications.
10. Describe the challenges and problems associated with the use of various energy sources, including fossil fuels, with regard to future supply and the environment.
11. Discuss remedies/potential solutions to the supply and environmental issues associated with fossil fuels and other energy resources.
12. Understanding of sociological and Economical analysis of renewable and hybrid systems
VI SEMESTER –PHYSICS
Paper 6.1: STATISTICAL PHYSICS AND SOLID STATE PHYSICS
1. Acquire the basic concepts of statistical physics , Astrophysics, Solid state Physics.
2. Understand how statistics of the microscopic world can be used to explain the thermal features of the macroscopic world.
3. Use thermal and statistical principles in a wide range of applications.
4. Learn a variety of mathematical techniques.
5. Understand Bose-Einstein and Fermi Dirac statistics.
6. Establish connection between statistics and thermodynamics.
7. Explain the type of crystal, crystal formation and x-ray diffraction experiment.
8. Explain Band theory of solids, Electrical and thermal properties.
9. Summarize the Magnetic properties of materials.
10. Understand optical phenomena superconductivity, its types and their applications.
Paper 6.2: NETWORK THEOREMS, OPTOELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONICS
1. Apply laws of electrical circuits to different circuits.
2. Able to explain the networks, network theorems and networks applications.
3. Understand the relations in electricity
4. Understand the properties and working of transistors.
5. Understand the functions of operational amplifiers.
6. Design circuits using transistors and operational amplifiers.
7. Understand the Boolean algebra, Digital logic circuits and display devices.
Student Learning outcomes for the physics undergraduate program
Students will demonstrate an understanding of fundamental knowledge in physics including classical and Modern Physics.
Students will demonstrate various skills in communicating physics and its related topics.
Students will perform series of experiments in demonstrating their understanding of the scientific method and processes.
Students will utilize a wide range of electronic resources and information technologies to support their interest in the context of the current understanding of physical phenomena.
Students will demonstrate understanding of the applications of numerical techniques for modelling physical systems.
Students will demonstrate a thorough understanding of the analytical approach to modelling of physical phenomena.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the impact of physics and science on society.
NEP OUTCOMES
Hyderabad Karnataka Education Society’s, Smt. Veeramma Gangasiri College for Women, Kalaburagi always keen about the outcomes of programs offered by the institutions. The college always emphasize on the productivity of the student. Our college is unique in this Kalyan Karnataka region and it is one of the second women’s college established in the Karnataka State. Presently the college offers four undergraduate, one Post-graduate program and doctoral degree in Physics. Since, from the inception the college follows the guidelines given by the affiliating university in the attainment of the program & course outcomes.
The learning outcomes-based on curriculum is intended to provide a comprehensive foundation to the subject and to help students develop the ability to successfully continue with further studies and research in the subject while they are equipped with required skills at various stages. The following are the outcomes of the offered programs.
PSO No. |
On completing the Programme with Physics, the students will be able |
PSO-1 |
To understand the fundamental knowledge of scientific and technological aspects of Physics in the Nature. |
PSO-2 |
To deliver information with current and recent scientific and technological developments. |
PSO-3 |
To enhance the fundamental knowledge and to create interest about the basic science branch i.e. Physics through skill development assignments |
PSO-4 |
To motivate the society to involve in research activities to unfold the general truths about the nature using the knowledge of Physics. |
PSO-5 |
To develop the scientific and technological temperament for research and Advance development in Applied braches of Physics. |
PSO-6 |
To boost and build-up a progressive and successful career in Physics. |
The following mechanism is followed by the department to communicate the learning outcomes to the teachers and students.
Course Title: MECHANICS AND PROPERTIES OF MATTER
Course Code: BSPHY01 Subject Code: A210
CO No. |
Course Outcome |
PSOs addressed |
Cognitive Level |
CO-1 |
To describe about frames of references, laws motion and properties of matter. |
1, 2 |
R, U, Ap |
CO-2 |
To understand the concepts of momentum, energy, rigid bodies, elasticity etc. |
1, 3 |
R, U, Ap, An |
CO-3 |
Using the acquired knowledge capable to solve the problems related to the course. |
1, 2, 3 |
U, Ap, An |
CO-4 |
Correlate the theoretical concepts with the practical aspects in day to day activities. |
1,2,4,5,6 |
U, An, E |
CO-5 |
To assess and discriminate the course content with day to day life aspects. |
4, 5, 6 |
R, U, An, E |
CO-6 |
To adopt and anticipate the course content with the natural phenomenon. |
1,2,4,5,6 |
U, Ap, E, C |
Course Title: HEAT, THERMODYNAMICS AND WAVES AND OSCILLATION
Course Code: BSPHY02 Subject Code: B210
CO No. |
Course Outcome |
PSOs addressed |
Cognitive Level |
CO-1 |
To describe the Kinetic theory of gases, Applications of atomicity of gasses for different molecules. |
1, 2 |
R, U, Ap |
CO-2 |
To understand Thermodynamic laws and apply the laws of thermodynamics. |
1, 2, 3 |
R, U, Ap, An |
CO-3 |
Using the acquired knowledge to solve the problems related to the course content with necessary formulae. |
1, 2, 3 |
U, Ap, An |
CO-4 |
To understand the physics and mathematics of waves and oscillations and correlate the theoretical concepts with the practical aspects. |
1,2,4,5,6 |
An, E |
CO-5 |
To evaluate and distinguish the course content with day to day life aspects. |
4, 5, 6 |
R, U, An, E |
CO-6 |
To combine the equations and to understand the physical content in a various day to day applications. |
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 |
U, Ap, C |
Course Title: OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS, LASER AND ELECTRODYNAMICS
Course Code: BSPHY03 Subject Code: C210
CO No. |
Course Outcome |
PSOs addressed |
Cognitive Level |
CO-1 |
To identify the various optical instruments and their applications. |
1, 2, 3 |
R, U |
CO-2 |
To understand about an electromagnetic waves and its spectrum, the atomic excitation and LASER principles |
1, 3 |
U, Ap, An |
CO-3 |
To solve the problems related to the vectors and to derive the expressions in electrostatics and magneto statics with vector notations. |
1, 2, 3 |
U, Ap, An |
CO-4 |
To understand the physics and mathematics and correlate the theoretical concepts with the practical aspects. |
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 |
U, Ap, An |
CO-5 |
To consider the concepts while solving the problems related to the course content and day to day aspects. |
4, 5, 6 |
U, Ap, An, E |
CO-6 |
To express the derived equations and explain the electromagnetism related laws and their applications. |
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 |
U, Ap, An, C |
Course Title: PHYSICAL OPTIC AND ELECTRICITY
Course Code: BSPHY04 Subject Code: D210
CO No. |
Course Outcome |
PSOs addressed |
Cognitive Level |
CO-1 |
To recall the basic knowledge about the concepts of light and electricity. |
1, 2 |
R |
CO-2 |
To understand optical phenomena such as polarisation, interference and diffraction in terms of the wave model with simple examples. |
1, 3 |
U, Ap, An |
CO-3 |
To describe the relationship between AC and DC current, various circuits and Bridges, filters etc. and to solve the problems with acquired problem solving skills. |
1, 2, 3 |
U, Ap, An |
CO-4 |
To analyse optical phenomenon such as interference, diffraction etc., and electrical phenomenon. |
1, 2, 4, 5, 6 |
U, Ap, An |
CO-5 |
To distinguish various electrical circuits, Bridges, filters etc. |
3, 4, 5, 6 |
U, Ap, An, E |
CO-6 |
To explain working principle of CRO and its applications in the modern world. |
1, 3, 2, 4, 5, 6 |
U, Ap, An, C |
Course Title: ATOMIC MOLECULAR PHYSICS & SPECIAL THEORY OF RELATIVITY
Course Code: BSPHY051 Subject Code: E210
CO No. |
Course Outcome |
PSOs addressed |
Cognitive Level |
CO-1 |
To describe different atom models. |
1, 2 |
R |
CO-2 |
To understand the general structure of atom, spectrum of hydrogen atom, bonding mechanism in molecules and energy level of diatomic molecules. |
1, 3 |
U, Ap, An |
CO-3 |
To explain the various scattering of light with illustrations. |
1, 2, 3,4,5 |
U, Ap |
CO-4 |
To analyse the prerequisite in a molecule towards its rotational and vibrational activity and to know about special theory of relativity with frames of reference. |
1, 3, 2, 4, 5, 6 |
U, An |
CO-5 |
To present the concepts of proper frame, length and time with respect to special theory of relativity. |
3, 2, 5, 6 |
U, Ap, An, E |
CO-6 |
To express the variation of mass with velocity, Einstein mass energy relation and energy momentum relationship. |
1,2,4,5,6 |
Ap, An, C |
Course Title: QUANTUM MECHANICS, NUCLEAR PHYSICS AND ENERGY PHYSICS
Course Code: BSPHY052 Subject Code: E220
CO No. |
Course Outcome |
PSOs addressed |
Cognitive Level |
CO-1 |
To describe an importance of quantum mechanics compared to classical mechanics at microscopic level. |
1, 2, 3 |
R,U |
CO-2 |
To understand the Basic properties of nucleus and nuclear models to study the nuclear structure. |
1, 3 |
U, Ap |
CO-3 |
To apply acquired knowledge about the nuclearreactions in the production of nuclear power. |
1, 3, 2, 5 |
U, Ap |
CO-4 |
To predict the challenges and problems associated with the use of various energy sources with regard to future supply and the environment. |
1, 2, 4, 5, 6 |
U, Ap, An |
CO-5 |
To justify sociological and Economical analysis of renewable energy sources. |
4, 5, 6 |
Ap, An, E |
CO-6 |
To simulate the conventional and renewable energy and their primary applications. |
3, 4, 5, 6 |
U, Ap, C |
Course Title: STATISTICAL PHYSICS AND SOLID STATE PHYSICS
Course Code: BSPHY061 Subject Code: F210
CO No. |
Course Outcome |
PSOs addressed |
Cognitive Level |
CO-1 |
To describe the basic concepts of statistical physics, Astrophysics, Solid state Physics. |
1, 2 |
R,U |
CO-2 |
To understand how statistics of the microscopic world can be used to explain the thermal features of the macroscopic world. |
1, 3, 2 |
U, Ap |
CO-3 |
To use thermal and statistical principles in a wide range of applications. |
1, 2, 3, 5 |
U, Ap |
CO-4 |
To classify the type of crystal, crystal formation and x-ray diffraction experiment. |
1, 2, 3, 4 |
U, Ap, An |
CO-5 |
To summarize the Magnetic properties of materials. |
2, 4, 5, 6 |
Ap, An, E |
CO-6 |
To solve connection between statistics and thermodynamics. |
2, 4, 5, 6 |
Ap,An, E, C |
Course Title: NETWORK THEOREMS, OPTOELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONICS
Course Code: BSPHY062 Subject Code: F220
CO No. |
Course Outcome |
PSOs addressed |
Cognitive Level |
CO-1 |
To recall the networks, network theorems and networks applications. |
1, 3 |
R, U, Ap |
CO-2 |
To understand the Boolean algebra, Digital logic circuits and display devices. |
1, 3 |
U |
CO-3 |
To apply laws of electrical circuits to different simple and complicated electrical circuits. |
1, 2, 3 |
U, Ap |
CO-4 |
To analyse the working principles of SEM and TEM. |
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 |
U, Ap, An |
CO-5 |
To evaluate the C-programs related to the computational physics. |
1, 2, 4, 5, 6 |
Ap, An, E |
CO-6 |
To design circuits using transistors and operational amplifiers. |
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 |
Ap, An, C |
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