शासकीय नागार्जुन स्नातकोत्तर विज्ञान महाविद्यालय ,रायपुर
Government Nagarjuna Post Graduate College of Science, Raipur
Established 1948
Affiliated to Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University Raipur
Brief History of the department of physics
01 Year of establishment 1948
02 First Head of the department – Professor A. A.V. Tankhiwale
04 PG in Physics started – 1965
05 1^{st} HOD in PG department – Prof V.K. Shrivastava
06 Some distinguished Faculty members and Alumni of the department
The following members of Alumni association of physics were present in the Alumni meet of Department of Physics held on 19012014.

NAME 
EDUCATION PERIOD 
POST HELD 
1 
Dr. Md. Ellyas 
19521958 
Ex HOD and Principal GNCS 
2 
Prof. Satyanarayan Agrawal 
19651967 
Retd Prof, of Physics, GNCS 
3 
Dr. Prof. H.V. Tiwari 
19651967 
Prof Electronics, Retired VC, Baarkatullah Univ, Bhopal 
4 
Dr. P.R. Tutakne 
19671969 
Retd Prof. and Head Physics GNCS 
5 
Dr. Sarjious Minj 
19721974 
Retd I.A.S. 
6 
Dr. Salim Siddhiqui 
19711973 
Doctor 
7 
Dr. R. N. Baghel 
19691972 
Retd Prof. Pt.R.S.U 
8 
Dr. Shiv Kumar Pandey 
19701973 
Ex. Vice chancellor P.R.S.U. 
9 
R.C. Patel 
19701975 
Retd D.I.G. 
10 
Dr. B. Majumdar 
19771979 
Retd Prof. Physics, GNCS 
11 
Dr. Mohan Lal Verma 
19851987 
Prof. D.B. Girls college 
12 
Pankaj Anurag Ram 
19901993 
Lecturer Multi Purpose School Raipur 
13 
Sudip Maity 
20022004 
Engineer 
14 
Dhanraj Dubey 
20012006 
Lecturer High School 
15 
Aloke Verma 
20072009 
Lecturer High School 
16. 
Vaibhaw Tiwari 
20042009 
Lecturer high school 
17. 
Kuldeep Sahu 
20072009 
Lecturer high school 
18. 
Domeshwar Ram Sahu 
20102012 
Lecturer high school 
19. 
Sanjida Khatun 
20052010 
Lecturer in Ranchi 
20. 
Sandeep Kumar Sahu 
20102012 
Lecturer 
21. 
Jitendra Kumar Dewangan 
20102012 
Lecturer 
22. 
Shiril Kumar sahu 
20112013 
Lecturer 
23. 
Md. Sana ulla Ansari 
20072012 
Owns Coaching Institute 
24. 
Vineet Kumar Shukla 
20102012 
Assistant Prof. in Govt. Engineering college (PSC selected and topper) 
25. 
Priyanka Bais 
20082013 
Lecturer 
26. 
Mansingh Yadav 
20102012 
Lecturer 
27. 
Apoorva Sagarkar 
20082013 
Lecturer 
28. 
Arti Soni 
20082013 

29. 
Romesh Kumar Sahu 
20112013 
VISION
To ignite enthusiasm and passion for physics through mentoring, knowledge sharing and bridging the gap between science and society
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ACTION PLAN FOR NEXT FIVE YEARS
Action Plan for Enhancing ICT Based Teaching Learning
Action Plan for Skill Development
Action Plan for Experiential Learning
Action Plan for Society Outreach
Detail Of Faculty
Total No. of Papers published – 57,
conducted live broadcast shows as casual compere in Yuvwani Raipur, Hosted many TV shows of DD Raipur,
Reviewer of two Elsevier journals
2017 – Two Ph.D. scholar were awarded Ph.D., 2 Submitted
2016 Promoted to the post of Professor
2015 Organized National Seminar Funded by DST, CCOST, CREDA, Urja 2015 as Organizing Secretary
2015 Published book on Nano science funded by CCOST
2014 Minor Research Project of CCOST on Bitotemplate based growth of ZnO for water remediation.
2012 Major Research Project of UGC on ‘Green and Cost effective Synthesis of II and VI compounds’.
2010 Published thesis by Internation Lambort Publication.
2009 Received Teacher fellowship for Ph.D. research
1993 First position in PSC for A.P. selection.
1989 M.Phil. passed with merit.
1988 Gold Medal in M.Sc. Physics, SoS Physics, UTD Raipur
1986 Silver Medel in B.Sc. GDC, Bilaspur.
Detail Of Faculty
Dr. Vinod Kumar Dubey
professor of Physics
Govt. Nagarjuna PG Science College
Raipur Chhattisgarh
Email:dubeyv7@gmail.com
Mobile No. 9425252442
Educational Qualification:
B.Sc. (1987) Guru Ghasidas University Bilaspur.
M.Sc. Physics (1989) Ravi Shankar University Raipur.
M.Phil. Physics (1990) Ravi Shankar University Raipur.
Ph. D. (2007) Guru Ghasidas University Bilaspur.
List of Publications:
International Journals:
National Journals:
1. Scatterometer Measurements of Soyabean at Xband for Remote
Sensing.Chh.J. Sci. Tech.Vol.2(2005),115124.
2.Scatterometer Performances of Coal for Remote Sensing Chh. J. Sci. Tech.
Vol.3&4 (2006&2007),7582.
3.Surface Soil Moisture Estimation by a Semi empirical Model Using Ground
Base Active Scatterometer(Radar) at Xband (9.5GHz). Advances in Electronic Material and Devices. ISBN 9788188342181.
4.Polarimatic Study of Bare Soil Surface by using Xband Scatterometer J.
352 Pure Appl. Ind. Phys Vol. 2(3A), 352358(2012)
5. Properties of Some Indian Rocks at Xband Region of Microwave J. 352
Pure Appl. Ind. Phys Vol. 2(3A), 304309(2012)
6. Scatterometer measurement of dielectric constant of soil for remote sensing,
Educational wave Vol 4(2) 2327, apriljune 2014; ISSN 09758771.
7.Quantum chemical study of 4chloro3ethylphenol, Journal of science
research and advances, 2015,2(1), 3841.,ISSN 23950226.
Electroceramic” .pp4349. Journal of material science and chemical engineering 2015. ISSN 23276053
International Conference:
1. A Polarimetric Approach to Retrive Soil Moisture by Scatterometer at Xband
for Remote Sensing.CONIAPSX, GGU Bilaspur,Jan 1214,2008.
National Conference:
1.Measurements of Soil Moisture for Remote Sensing” NSAEM2003, GGU
Bilaspur April 1820, 2003.
2.National Conference on Advances in electronic materials and devices ( AEMD
2006) GGU Bilaspur. March, 56,2006.
3. Emissivity measurement of coal at Xband for remote sensing National
Symposium On Bio Resources: Technology & Prospects ,Govt. Sc. PG
College Bilaspur, March 1819,2007.
4. A simple method to estimate the soil moisture by using ground base
scatterometer observation along specular directionAEMD07, GGU Bilaspur,
March 2526,2007.
5 Microwave Specular Scattering Measurements for Soil Surface Of varying
Texture and Moisture. XVI National seminar on ferroelectric and Dielectrics.
GGU Bilaspur Dec 02 04,2010.
6. Water Resource Development and Conservation National Seminar Organized
by Govt. Bilasa Girls P.G.(Auto.) College, Bilaspur (C.G.) Jan 78,2011.
7. Role of the active and passive Remote Sensing in the field of soil moisture
observation.State level Seminar organized by Govt. Digvijay Autonomous
College Rajanadgaon (C.G.) ; Dec, 21 2011.
8.Use of ICT and its application regarding satellite communication National
Seminar Organised by Govt.ERR PG Science College Bilaspur.C.G. March 4
5,2012.
9.Polarimeric study of bare soil surface roughness by using scatterometer. National conference on advances in physics NCAP2012, Organized by Dept. of physics Govt. Nagarjuna P.G. College of Science Raipur.March 1516.2012.
10. Participated in Quality assessment, accreditation and assurance in higher education a two days NAAC sponsored seminar organized by Bilaspur University Bilaspur C.G.,26 27 feb, 2013.
11. National Seminar on Solar Plasma Processes and Cosmic Ray Modulation, “Use of microwave scattering for characterization of soil surface”. Govt. MSRG College Rewa, Feb 89,2014.
12. Participated in National Seminar organized by Pt. S.N. Shukla Govt. P.G. College Shahdol, (M.P.)1819,JAN 2014.
Work Shops:
International Workshop:
National Workshops:
Industrial and Technical Consultancy Centre under the sponsorship of Department of Science and Technology Government of India, New Delhi , from 27 jan 2011 to 08 feb 2011 at Bilaspur (C.G.).
Organized Workshop/Seminar/Conference/ Special Course:
Minor Research Project:
1. Measurement of Microwave Response on Soil Parameters at Xband for
Remote Sensing, 2yrs 20092011.
Membership of Academic Societies
Life member of INDIAN SOCIETY OF REMOTE SENSING .
Cocurricular Activities:
NCC:
Successfully completed NCC Pre Commission Course at Officer Training School Kamptee , July 22, 1996 Oct 19, 1996 and Commissioned as Associate NCC officer on Oct 20 1996 in the rank of 2/Lieutenant and promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in July 2000.
Award: Awarded A Grade and DGS Baton of Honour.
Camps attended  R DC Delhi Cantt., JAN 2000.
Detail Of Faculty
Name  Prof. Sameer Thakar
Designation  ProfessorPhone / Mobile No.  09329101193
Email ID  thakar_sameer@rediffmail.com 
Educational Qualification M.Sc, Ph.D
Thrust Area of Research Luminescence
Specializations  Solid State Physics.
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Total No. of Papers published  06
Details Of Published Research Papers after March 2014
1. 
Neetu Bargoti A.K.Srivastava

An Analysis of Different Parameters of Architectural Buildings 
March April 2014 
IOSR Journal of Applied Physics (IOSRJAP) eISSN: 22784861.Volume 6, Issue 2 Ver. III (MarApr. 2014), PP 0106 www.iosrjournals.org 
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Neetu Bargoti A.K.Srivastava

Study and Measurement of sound absorption coefficient of materials 
January12,2015 
Journal of Pure Applied and Industrial Physics ,Vol 5(1),19 24,Jan2015,ISSN No2319,8133(online) 09765727(print) 
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Details Of Published Research Papers before March 2014
S.No. 
Author Name 
Title 
Date of Publication 
Name of Journal & ISSN No. 
Impact Factor 
1. 
Neetu Bargoti Rashmi Dubey

Preparation,study and characterization of some non lead based ceramics(BMN) for microwave application 
April to June 2011 
Educational waves,Vol2, ISSN No09758771 

2. 
Neetu Bargoti Rashmi Dubey

FerroelectricityProperties and application 
Oct to Dec 2011 
Educational waves,Vol2, ISSN No09758771 

3. 
Neetu Bargoti Rashmi Dubey

Some studies of the relaxor behavior of the ferroelectric materials(NKBT) 
Jan to March 2012 
Educational waves,Vol2, ISSN No09758771 

4. 
Neetu Bargoti Rashmi Dubey

Perovskite phase formation of relaxor ferroelectric ceramics (1x)Pb(Mg_{1/3}Nb_{2/3})O_{3}xPbTiO_{3} without excess of Pb

JulySep and Oct.Dec 2012 
Educational waves,Vol3,combined issuethird and forth ISSN No09758771 

2018Appeared as Subject Expert for Teacher’s demo at Prayas boys residential School on June 27.
2018As a member of Science club of college ,actively hosted and conducted science day celebration on feb 28 .
2017Appeared as Subject Expert for Teacher’s demo at Prayas girls residential School on december12.
2017 Participated in UGCsponsored Refresher course held at Pt.Ravishankar Shukla University,Raipur(C.G.) from October 24November 13.
2017 Participated in RUSA sponsored workshop held at Govt. Nagarjun P.G. college of Science,Raipur (C.G.) on June 22 and June 20.
2017 Participated in National Conference held at S.O.S. in Electronics and Photonics and S.O.S. in Physics and Astrophysics, Pt.Ravishankar Shukla University,Raipur(C.G.) on March 2830,2017.
2016 Participated in UGCsponsored orientation program held at Pt.Ravishankar Shukla University,Raipur (C.G.) from Feb25March 19.
2016 Awarded Ph.D. Titled “Study of acoustical analysis of different architectural buildings” on feb 2016.
2015 Participated in National Seminar organized by IQAC, Govt. Nagarjun P.G. college of Science,Raipur (C.G.)Raipur sponsored on November 2728,2015.
2015 Participated in UGCsponsored national conference held at S.G.G. Govt. PG college ,Kurud,dist.Dhamtari(C.G.) on October 2829,2015
2015 Participated in CCOST,Raipur sponsored National seminar held at S.G.G. Govt. PG college ,Kurud,dist.Dhamtari(C.G.) on September7, 2015.
2015 Participated in RUSA sponsored workshop held at Govt. Nagarjun P.G. college of Science,Raipur (C.G.) from June 23 to June27.
2015 Participated in UGC sponsored National seminar held at Dr. Radhabai Govt. Naveen Kanya Mahavidyalaya,Raipur (C.G.) on August 7, 2015.
2015 Participated in UGC sponsored National seminar held at Dr. Radhabai Govt. Naveen Kanya Mahavidyalaya,Raipur (C.G.) on August 6, 2015.
2014 Selection in Chhattisgarh Public service commission for Asst. Professor in 2014.
2007Passed M.Phil. with merit,School of Pure and Applied Physics ,UTD,GGU, Bilaspur(C.G.)
1999 Second position in M.Sc. Physics, School of Pure and Applied physics , UTD ,GGU,Bilaspur(C.G.)
1997 First position in B.Sc. (PCM group) at College Level
1997 Passed N.C.C. “C” Certificate With “B” Grade
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Research Profile
Dept of Physics
NAME of Faculty: Dr Anjali Oudhia
Thrust Areas of Research : Synthesis and characterization of Nano materials for application in
Optoelectronics, Luminescence, Renewable energy.
(Urja 2015)
Recent Conferences
Recent WorkShops
Professional honors, awards and fellowships:
Membership and activities in professional associations:
Recent Publications
2014
Study of defect generated visible photoluminescence in zinc oxide nanoparticles
prepared using PVA templates, A. Oudhia, A. Choudhary, S. Sharma, S. Aggrawal, S. J. Dhoble; Journal of Luminescence, Vol.No.154, 211–217, 2014. DOI no. 10.1016/j.jlumin.2014.04.023,
Impact Factor 2.69
Microwave pulseassisted wet chemical synthesis of ZnO nanoparticles with excellent UV emission; A. Oudhia, A.Choudhary Emerging Electronics (ICEE), 2014 IEEE 2nd International Conference, 14, 2014. DOI.10.1109/ICEmElec.2014.7151181.
Impact Factor 1.98
Green wet chemical route to synthesize capped CdSe Quantum dots’ A.Oudhia^{,*}, P.Bichpuria, vol 37(1) april 2014, BOMS, Springer.
2015
Shape Dependent structural and Electronic Properties of ZnO Nanostructures. Aarti Choudhary, Youman Kumar Sahu, Anjali Oudhia, Mohan L Verma, Advanced Science Letters, Volume 21, Number 9, September 2015. DOI. No 10.1166/asl.2015.6362,
Impact Factor 1.25
Effect of alkalinity on structural and optical property of ZnO
nanostructure, A. Choudhary, A. Oudhia, International Journal of
Advance Research in Science and Engineering, Vol.No. 4, Special Issue
No.1, December 2015.( ISSN 23198354),
Impact Factor 1.8
Conference proceedings, 2015
Study Of PhotoCatalytic Degradation Of Methyl Orange On Zno Catalyst Synthesized Using Medicinal Plant (Catharanthus Roseus) As BioTemplate Savita Sharma1, Anjali Oudhia2, Nameeta Brahme3, Pragya Kulkarni4 1 , IJARSE, vol 4, Sp Issue 1, 2015
Comparative Study Of Photocatalytic Activity Of Zno Nanoparticles With Various Morphologies S. Gupta¹, A. Oudhia², A. Choudhary3, IJARSE, vol 4, Sp Issue 1, 2015
Study of Photocatalytic Degradation of Methyl Orange by ZnO Catalysts synthesized through biotemplates , Anjali Oudhia1, Savita Sharma1*, Pryga Kulkarni2 IJCMS ISSN 2347 – 8527, Volume 4, Special Issue September 2015
Green Synthesis Of Zno Nanotubes For Bioapplications, Anjali Oudhia1, Pragya Kulkarni2 and Savita Sharma3* IJERS, EISSN2249–8974, BITCON Proceedings.
2016
Pulsed Microwave Aided Morphology Controlled Synthesis of Nano
Zinc Oxide, A.Choudhary, A. Oudhia IOSR Journal of Applied Physics
(IOSRJAP) eISSN: 22784861.Volume 8, Issue 4 Ver. II (Jul.  Aug.
2016), PP 1520, DOI: 10.9790/48610804021520.,
Impact Factor 1.19
APPLICATION OF EUROPIUMDOPED ZNO NANOWIRES AS A PHOTOCATALYST ,
N. Shukla, A. Oudhia, P. Bose, S. Gupta, GEInternational Journal of Engineering Research, Vol. 4, Issue 4, April 2016 ISSN: (23211717) pp 4552
Impact Factor 4.721
2017
Enhanced photoconduction in CdTe QD decorated ZnO NWs , Vandana Taori, 2 Anjali Oudhia, *3 Neelam Shukla, 4 Poonam Bichpuria, IJASR, ISSN: 24554227 ,Volume 2; Issue 5; September 2017; Page No. 3944
Impact Factor: RJIF 5.12
Study on the Photocatalytic Degradation of Methyl Orange in Water Using Ag Doped ZnO Nanowires Under UV Light Irradiation, Seema Gupta1, Anjali Oudhia2, Neelam Shukla3 IOSR Journal of Applied Physics (IOSRJAP) eISSN: 22784861.Volume 9, Issue 6 Ver.III (Nov.  Dec. 2017), PP 2833,
Seed Layer Mediated Modifications In Structural And Photoluminescence Properties Of Zno:Al Nanowires, Neelam Shukla1*, Anjali Oudhia2 ,Purna Bose3, Poonam Bichpuria4, Vandana Taori5, IJLA,, Vol7 (1) April, 2017, ISSN 2277 – 6362, pp 348351
Photoconductive Ultraviolet Sensor Based On Zno Nanoparticles Decorated With Carbon Dots
Anjali Oudhia1 ,Savita Kukreti2*, , Aarti Choudhary3, Seema Gupta4, Daliya Choudhary5 IJLA, Vol7 (1) April, 2017, ISSN 2277 – 6362, pp 351354.
Effect Of Cross Linking On The Toxicity Of CDTE QDS In Solid/ Liquid Medium, Poonam Bichpuria, Anjali Oudhia, Pragya Kulkarni, IOSR Journal of Biotechnology and Biochemistry (IOSRJBB) ISSN: 2455264X, Volume 3, Issue 3 (May  June 2017), PP 6064
Type II core/shell quantum dot structures and their optical properties
P Bichpuria, AOudhia, IJASR , ISSN: 24554227, Impact Factor, Volume 2; Issue 4; July 2017; Page No. 4249
RJ Impact Factor 5.12
NAME OF FACULTY MEMBER: Dr B. G. Sharma
Thrust Areas of Research ECONOPHYSICS, Nonlinear dynamics
Recent Publications : 2015
Study of Nonlinear Pulse Propagation in Cardiovascular System, A C Biyani B G Sharma, Bharat Journal of Science Technology and Humanities Volume – 1, Issue – 1, July – 2015 ISSN: 24546151 (Printed version) URL: http://www.cvruresearch.org 68
Study of frequency response of pressure and flow rate
in famoral artery of dog, A.C. Biyani and B.G. Sharma, Journal of Computer and Mathematical Sciences, Vol.6(5),268278, May 2015 (An International Research Journal), www.compmathjournal.org , ISSN 09765727 (Print) ISSN 23198133 (Online)
Name of Faculty : Dr Neetu Singh
2016 Was Awarded Ph.D. Titled “Study of acoustical analysis of different architectural buildings” on feb 2016.
Recent Publication : 2015
Name of Faculty: B. R. Verma
Thrust Area of Research: Luminescence
Registered under Supervision of Dr R. N. Baghel, Retd Prof Physics, SoS Physics/ Astro Physics, Pt RSU Raipur
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
SYLLABUS
Board of Studies 201020 & 202021
M. Sc.
(1^{st} and 2^{nd} Semester System)
20182019
M. Sc. PHYSICS
Scheme of Semester Examination (20182019)
Semester I
Name of Paper 
Mark 
Credits


Theory 
Internal 
Total 

Max. 
Min. 
Max. 
Min. 

Mathematical Physics 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 
Classical Mechanics 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 
Quantum Mechanics I 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 
Information and Communication Technology 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 
Lab. Course A General 


100 
2 

Lab. Course B ICT lab 


100 
2 

TOTAL MARKS 
600 
20 
Semester II
Name of Paper 
Mark 
Credits


Theory 
Internal 
Total 

Max. 
Min. 
Max. 
Min. 

Electrodynamics 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 
Computational Methods and Programming 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 
Quantum Mechanics II 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 
Solid State Devices 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 
Lab. Course A Programming in ‘C’ 


100 
2 

Lab. Course B Solid State Devices 


100 
2 

TOTAL MARKS 
600 
20 
Scheme of M. Sc. (PHYSICS)
Semester  I ( JULY  2018)
Name of Paper 
Mark 
Credits


Theory 
Internal 
Total 

Max. 
Min. 
Max. 
Min. 

Mathematical Physics 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Classical Mechanics 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Quantum Mechanics I 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Information and Communication Technology 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Lab. Course A General 


100 
2 

Lab. Course B ICT lab 


100 
2 

TOTAL MARKS 
600 
20 

Internal marks i.e. Unit test (Each Paper) 
20 


M. Sc. (PHYSICS)(Revised)
SEMESTER  I (July  2018)
PAPER – I
(Mathematical Physics)
UNIT –I
Vector Spaces and Matrices linear independence Bases; Dimensionality; Inner product; linear transformations; Matrices; Inverse; Orthogonal and unitary matrices; Independent elements of a matrix; Eigen values and eigenvectors; Diagonalization; Complete orthonormal set of functions. Fundamentals of tensor, rank of tensor, covariant and contra variant tensors, symmetric and antisymmetric tensor, algebraic operations, reciprocal tensor, invariant tensor, metric tensor, Christoffel symbol, geodesic, Riemann Christoffel tensor, Levi civita tensor, Bianchi identity tensor and Einstein tensor.
UNIT – II
Special Functions; Solution by series expansion; Legendre Polynomial Generating function, recursion relations; Rodrique formula, orthogonal properties, Associated Legendre polynomials; Recurrence formulae and orthogonal properties,
Laguerre Polynomial Generating function, recursion relations; Rodrique formula, orthogonal properties, Associated Lagueree differential equation and polynomial. Bessel’s Differential equations, First and Second kind, Recurrence formulae and generating function for J_{n }(x) , Jacobi series Bessel’s Integrals, orthonormality of Bessel’s functions, spherical Bessel’s function : Recurrence relation and orthogonality.
Hermite Differential equation and polynomials, generating function, Recurrence relation, Rodrigue formula, orthogonality.
UNIT – III
Function of complex variables, limit ,continuity and differentiability, Analytic function, the necessary and sufficient condition for a function to be analytic, CauchyRiemann condition, Cauchy integral theorem, evaluation of line integral by indefinite integration, Cauchy integral formula, Derivative of an analytic function. Singularities of an analytic function, Residues and their evaluation, Cauchy residue theorem, contour integration.
UNITIV
Integral Transforms, Laplace transform; First and second shifting theorems; Inverse LT by partial fractions; LT of derivative and integral of a function.
Fourier series; FS or arbitrary period; Halfwave expansions; Partial sums; Fourier integral and transforms; Dirac delta function, three dimension delta function. Taylor and Laurentz series, Introductory group theory: SU(2),O(3), Elementary probability theory, binomial , Poisson and normal distribution, central limit theorem.
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SEMESTER  I (July  2018)
PAPER – II
(Classical Mechanics)
UNIT I
Conservation Principles, Mechanics of a particle, conservation Principles for system of particles. Constrained motion, constraints and degrees of freedom, principle of virtual work, generalised coordinates, Generalised Notations (i) Generalised Displacement , velocity , Acceleration, momentum, force and potential , limitations of Newton’s laws.
D’Alembert's Principle, Lagrange's equation from D’Alembert's principle . Application of Lagrange’s equation of motion (i) Linear Harmonic oscillator (ii) Simple pendulum (iii) spherical pendulum (iv) Isotropic oscillator (v) Atwood’s Machine, conservation of linear momentum, angular momentum and energy in Lagrangian formulation, Lagrange’s equation for nonholonamic system, procedure to eliminate consideration of Ignorable coordinates the Routhian function.
UNIT – II
Variational Principle, calculus of variation, some techniques of calculus of variables , Euler Lagrange differential equation. Hamilton variational principle, Deduction of Hamilton’s Principle from D’Alembert's principle, Deduction of Newton’s second law of motion from Hamilton’s Principle, Deduction of Lagrange’s equations of motion from Hamilton’s Principle for conservation and for non conservative systems, Non conservative forces, Dissipative system, Rayleigh’s Dissipation function , Lagrangian for a charged particle in an electromagnetic field.
Methods of Non linear Dynamics, phase Portraits, critical point analysis of differential equations, non linear system in the plane, linearization at a critical point, stability of critical points, Liapunov function.
UNIT – III
Hamiltonian formulation of mechanics: Phase space and the motion of the system, Hamiltonian function, Hamilton’s canonical equation of motion. Physical significance of H, Deduction of Canonical equation from variational principle, Hamilton’s canonical equations of motion in different coordinate systems, Application of Hamilton equation of motion (i) Simple pendulum (ii) compound pendulum (iii) Two dimensional Isotropic Harmonic oscillator (iv) Linear Harmonic oscillator (v) Particle in central field of force. Hamiltonian for a charged particle in an electromagnetic field . Principle of least action statement and its proof.
UNIT – IV
Canonical or constant transformation, its advantage example of canonical transformation, necessary and sufficient condition for a transformation to be canonical , Infinitesional contact transformations, HamiltonJacobi partial differential equation for Hamilton’s Principle function. Solution of Harmonic oscillator problem by HamiltonJacobi method. Hamilton Jacoby theory. Poisson Bracket: Definition and properties. Invariance of PoissonBrackets with respect to canonical transformation , Equations of motion in Poisson bracket form Jacoby identity. Infinitesimal contact transformations, interpretation in terms of Poisson Brackets. The angular momentum and Poisson Bracket, Lagrange’s Brackets: definition & Properties , Relation with Poisson Brackets .
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M. Sc. (PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  I (July  2018)
PAPER – III
(QUANTUM MECHENICS  I)
UNIT – I
Hertz experiment for particle nature of radiation, photoelectric effect and its explanation by plank’s theory, Compton effect for particle nature of radiation, Davison  Germer experiment for wave nature of matter, interference experiment and uncertainty principle, probabilistic interpretation of matter waves, exact proof of uncertainty principle, Schrodinger equation physical interpretation of y and probability current density, Continuity equation, wave packet, time evolution of 1 D wave packet, group and phase velocities of a wave packet, operators and their commutation relation, Ehrenfest theorem, stationary state solution of schrodinger equation, boundary and continuity condition, degeneracy, orthogonality of eigen function, parity dirac delta function and completeness of eigen function, Gaussion wave packet.
UNIT  II
Some exact solutions for schrodinger equation like: 1D infinite potential well, particle in a 3 D box, density of states and application to free electrons in a metal, rectangular potential barrier, periodic potential wells and barriers, bracket notation properties and some applications, Hilbert space, and representation of states, matrix representation of operators; schrodinger picture, Heisenberg picture, interaction picture, unitary transformation U, V, W, linear harmonic oscillator problem using bracket notation, density operators.
UNIT – III
Angular momentum as infinitesimal rotation operator, Commutation relationship, angular momentum operator and spherical harmonics, Eigen values and eigen functions of Angular Momentum using bracket notation, concept of spin and Stern Gerlach experiment, Pauli’s spin Matrices, Pauli’s wave function and Pauli equation, angular momentum matrices for J=1, Addition of Angular Momentum and ClebschGordon coefficients, calculation of ClebschGordon coefficients for J_{1}=J_{2}=1/2
UNIT  IV
Central force problem: Solution of Schrodinger equation for spherically symmetric potentials; Hydrogen atom, center of mass frame, reduced mass,3D square well potential problem and eigen values and eigen function for hydrogen atom, Timeindependent perturbation theory; Nondegenerate cases; First order Perturbation with the example of an Oscillator Degenerate cases, Applications of time independent perturbation theory such as Stark effect. Zeeman effect without electron spin , First order Stark Effect in Hydrogen .
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M. Sc. (PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  I (July  2018)
PAPER – IV
Information and Communication Technology
UNIT – I
Introduction to Computers –Evolution of computers, First to Vth generations of computers, Classifications of computers( desk top, Lap top, hand held, mini, main frame and super computers), Computing concepts, organization and architecture of computers, , Internal communication, Storage system 9 solid state, magneto optical, optical, magnetic), Storage evaluation criteria, Input/ Output devices, scanning devices, optical recognition devices ( OCR, OMR, MICR, Bar code), Digital camera, voice recognition system, data acquisition sensors, Media input device, display monitors 9 (CRT, LCD, TFT). Printers , plotters, projectors, Terminals
.
UNIT – II
Basics of Software –Types of Software; Free Domain Software; Open Source Software. System software, application software, utility package, Assemblers, compilers, and interpreters, operating system, elementary command of DOS, WINDOWS and UNIX (file Handling, directory management and general purpose user interfacing commands).
UNIT –III
Computer Networks and Internet
Communication – Introduction, process, Types, Protocols, Channels/Media.
Networks – Introduction; Types of Network & basic Topologies; Media  NIC, NOS, Bridges, HUB, Routers, Gateways.
Internet – Introduction, Internet Service Provider, Services Available on Internet, Applications of
Internet. Computer viruses.
UNIT – IV
Working with MSOffice
Introduction to word : Basics of Wordprocessing; Features, & Advantages of Word Processing; Creating, editing, formatting , previewing & printing documents; Advanced features; Using Thesaurus, Mail merge.
Introduction to Excel : Worksheet Basics, Creating, Opening, & printing a Worksheet, Working with Formula & Cell referencing, Absolute & Relative addressing, Working with Ranges, Formatting of worksheet, Graphs & charts, Database and Functions.
Intorduction to Power Point : Creating a presentation, Modifying Visual Elements, Adding objects, Transitions, animations and linking, Preparing handouts. Presenting a slide show.
TEXT BOOKS:
1. Fundamental of Information Technology : Chetan Shrivastava, Kalyani Publishers
2. PC Software made Simple  R.K. Taxali
3. Introduction to Computer Science ITL education Solution Limited, PEARSON EDUCATION
REFERENCE:
1. Computer Today  Donald H. Sanders
2. Fundamentals of Computer  V. Rajaraman
3.Computer Fundamentals : P.K Sinha, BPB Pubications
4.Fundamentals of Computer basics – E. Balagurusamy
5. Microsoft Office  Ginni Courter, Annotte Marquis, BPB Publication
6. The Big Basics Book Of MSOFFICE : Fulton, et al.
M.Sc. (PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  I (July  2018)
Lab. Course – A
General
Time : 5 Hrs. Total Marks – 100
1. Experiment 60
2. Viva Voce 20
3. Sessional 20
List of Practical
(A) Determination of material constant
(B) Determination of temperature coefficient of current
7. Find the ionization potential using gas filled diode.
M.Sc. (PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  I (July  2018)
Lab. Course – B
ICT LAB
Time : 5 Hrs. Total Marks – 100
1. Scheme of Examination:  The distribution of practical marks is as follows:
Question 1 (Word)  20
Question 2 (Excel)  20
Question 3 (Power point)  20
VivaVoice  25
[Practical Copy + Internal Record]  15
Total  100
2. Practical file should contain printed programs with printed output.
3. All the following programs or a similar type of programs should be prepared.
List of Practical
WORD
1. Open a document. Set the watermark as GNSC. Type the following text and perform the tasks as instructed below:
Working with Word Processor
A word processor is computer application software, which performs the task of composing, editing, formatting, and printing of documents.
A word processor is a package that processes textual matter and creates organized and flawless documents. In addition to it a word processor not only removes all the limitations of typewriter but also offers various useful features that can be even dream with typewriter. Also if same textual matter is to be reproduced with minor changes, retyping the only option in typewriters.
The word processing (and word processor) originated in 1964 when special Typewriters Magnetic Tape Electric typewriters (MIST) were launched by IBM (International Business Machines).
(i) Insert the following text after the first paragraph
The main components of a word processing system are listed below:
• Computer
• Printer
• A word processing software
(ii) Save the document as MyWord.doc
(iii) Go to the End of the document ( in one step)
(iv) Go to the Beginning of document ( in one step)
(v) Insert page break before the third paragraph.
(vi) Replace the word “typewriters” with “word processor”
(vii) Undo the above action
(viii) Format the above written paragraphs and give the options as follows:
(1) Alignment justified
(2) Indentation: left 0.2 right:0.2
(3) Line spacing 1.5 lines.
(x) Format the page using
(1) Left margin:0.5, right margin: 0.5
(2) Top margin:1.5, bottom margin:0.5
(3) Gutter Margin: 1, indentation: left 0.2 right:0.2
(4) Header Margin:0.5
(x) Align the heading to Center and make it bold, underlined and italicized.
2. Write the following in MS Word.
(i) 4H_{3}PO_{3}=3H_{2}PO_{4}+PH_{3}
(ii) PCL_{3}+CL_{2}=PCL_{5}
(iii) (x+y)^{2}=x^{2}+y^{2}+2xy
(iv) Preheat the oven to 220^{0}C.
(v) Copyright ©
(vi) Registered ®
(vii) Trademark ™
3. Create the following table in MSWord.
Admission 20162017
Course 
UR 
OBC 
SC/ST 
Total 

01 
Computer Science 
9 
5 
5 
19 
02 
Commerce 
14 
6 
5 
25 
03 
Mathematics 
12 
4 
4 
20 
4. Write the following in MS Word.
1. Cricket Players
1. Sachin Tendulkar
B. Bowler
1. Kumble
5. Write a letter to send invitation to your 10 friends inviting on your birthday using mailmerge.
EXCEL
1. Create the following worksheet and save the worksheet as wages.xls.
PACE COMPUTERS (ATC CEDT), GOVT. OF INDIA
Payroll for employee (temporary)
Sno 
Workers Name 
Today’s Date 
Hired On 
Pay Rate 
Days Worked 
Gross Wages 
1. 
Kiran 
09Sep15 
10Jul16 
250 
29 
7250 
2. 
Bharti 
09Sep15 
12Jul16 
300 
44 
13200 
3. 
Damini 
09Sep15 
14Jul16 
380 
38 
14440 
4. 
Kuleep 
09Sep15 
15Jul16 
150 
27 
4050 
5. 
Uttam 
09Sep15 
11Jul16 
200 
33 
6600 
2. Create the following worksheet and save the worksheet as wages.xls
Name 
Basic (monthly) (Rs.) 
HRA (% of Basic) 
DA (Rs.) 
Total Salary (2015)

Bonus (Rs.) 
Total salary (2016) 
% (Increase) 
Kiran 
5000 
10 
250 

500 


Bharti 
6000 
7 
300 

700 


Neeraj 
5500 
15 
380 

450 


i. Calculate the total salary as sum of Basic salary, HRA ,DA, for each employee for 2015
ii. Calculate total salary for year 2016 as sum of salary of 2015 and bonus
iii. Calculate % increase in salary from 2015to 2016
3. Create bar chart with given data 

2014 
2015 
2016 
Tea 
19 
23 
25 
Coffee 
22 
24 
22 
Sugar 
45 
40 
45 
i. Provide heading production detail
ii. Provide z axis title; lacks metric tone
iii. Provide x axis title year
4. Create a table with column heading as shown below and using form perform data entry of records.
Zone Department Employee Salary
West Marketing Mukesh 10500
East Sales Rahul 20000
South Marketing Suresh 5500
North Marketing Anju 25000
South Sales Neeraj 8000
North Sales Ajay 8000
South Marketing Mahesh 7500
West Sales Rajesh 4500
i. Sort the data according to Zone then by Department
ii. Use group and outline feature to show & hide details.
5. Create a table with column heading as shown below and using form perform data entry of records.
Zone Department Employee Salary
West Marketing Mukesh 10500
East Sales Rahul 20000
South Marketing Suresh 5500
North Marketing Anju 25000
South Sales Neeraj 8000
North Sales Ajay 8000
South Marketing Mahesh 7500
West Sales Rajesh 4500
i. Use filter command to show records having zone: West
ii. Use filter command to show records having zone: West and salary less than 5000
iii. Use filter command to show records having salary greater than 10000
POWER POINT
1. Create a PPT of at least 10 slides with one slide for comparison, one slide displaying a chart
with the table.
2. Create a PPT presentation use rehearse timing for slide show.
3. Create a PPT presentation slide to sound and video clip.
4. Write a PPT program to create presentation with hyperlinking.
5. Create a PPT presentation and apply themes and transitions.
Scheme of M. Sc. (PHYSICS)
Semester  II ( JAN. 2019)
Semester II
Name of Paper 
Mark 
Credits


Theory 
Internal 
Total 

Max. 
Min. 
Max. 
Min. 

Electrodynamics 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 
Computational Methods and Programming 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 
Quantum Mechanics II 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 
Electronics – I (Solid State Devices) 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 
Lab. Course A Programming in ‘C’ 


100 
2 

Lab. Course B Solid State Devices 


100 
2 

TOTAL MARKS 
600 
20 
M.Sc. (PHYSICS)(Revised)
SEMESTER  II (Jan.  2019)
PAPER – I
( Electrodynamics )
UNIT – I
Equation of continuity, Maxwell’s equations (SI unit) and its derivation, Integral form of equation, Maxwell’s equations in some particular cases: a) In Free space (b) In linear isotropic medium (c) for harmonically varying fields, Electromagnetic energy: Poynting Theorem, The wave equation. Plane electromagnetic waves in free space. Plane electromagnetic waves in a nonconducting isotropic medium (i.e. Isotropic dielectrics) . Plane electromagnetic waves in Anisotropic Nonconducting medium (Anisotropic dielectric ) , Plane electromagnetic waves in conducting medium 1) skin depth 2) Poynting vector. A simple model for dynamic conductivity. Propagation of electromagnetic waves in ionized gases.
UNIT – II
Boundary conditions at the interface of two media, Reflection and Refraction of electromagnetic waves at the interface of Nonconducting media,. Fresnel’s equations :case 1 Evector is perpendicular to the plane of incidence,case2 Evector is parallel to the plane of incidence, experimental verification of Fresnel’s equations.
Reflection and transmission coefficients at the interface between two non conducting media, Brewster’s law and degree of polarisation , Total internal reflection , Group velocity , Propagation of Electromagnetic waves between parallel conducting planes. Wave guides: TM modes and TE modes, Rectangular wave guides.
UNIT – III
Postulates of Einstein’s special theory of relativity, Galliean transformations. Lorentz’s transformations and it’s consequences: Length Contraction, Time Dilation, Velocity addition, Variation in mass. Transformation of differential operator, Invariance of D’Alembertian operator, Invariance of charge, Transformation of charge density, Electric field measured in different frames of reference, Minkowski space, concept of four vector, Lorentz transformation of space and time in four vector form, Transformation for charge and current density: Equation of continuity in covariant form, special case, Invariance of charge. Transformation of electromagnetic potential A and . Lorentz condition in covariant form, Covariance or invariance of Maxwell field equation in terms of four vectors.
UNIT – IV
Electromagnetic vector and scalar potential , Lorentz Gauge, Lienard Wiechart potentials, the electromagnetic field of a uniformly moving point charge, Radiation from an accelerated charge at low velocity – Larmer’s formula , Relativistic generalization of Larmer’s formula, Angular distribution of radiation emitted by an accelerated charge, Radiation damping, The Abraham Lorentz formula, Cherenkov radiation, Radiation due to an oscillating electric dipole, electric quadra pole radiation, Radiation due to small current element, Radiation from linear antenna, Half wave antenna, Antenna array: Work, Radiation, Pattern.
Text and Reference Books:
1. Classical electrodynamics by –J.D. Jackson
2. Electromagnetic theory and electrodynamics by Satyaprakash.
3. Classical theory of fields – by Landau L.D. and lifshitz
4. Electrodynamics of continuous media Landau L.D. and lifshitz
5. Electromagnetic theory – Chopra and Agrawal .
M. Sc. (PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  II (Jan.  2019)
PAPER – II
(Computational Methods and Programming) Revised and checked
UNIT  I
Problem analysis and solving scheme. Computational procedure, programming outline, flow chart. Branching and looping writing.
Character set, constants, (numeric string) variables( numeric string) rules for arithmetic expressions and hierarchy of operators, rational expressions, logical expressions, and operators, library functions. Identifiers, qualifiers, define statements, value Initialized variables, operators, and expressions. Operator precedence and associativity.
Scanf with specifier, search set arrangements and suppression Character, format specifier for scanf.
UNIT  II
Control structure, If statement, if else statement, multiway decision, compound statement.
Loops: for loop, while loop, do while loop, break statement , compound statement continue statement , go to statement
Function: function main , function accepting more than one parameter, user defined and library function concept associatively with functions, function parameter, return value, recursion comparison.
Arrays , strings, multidimensional array, array of strings function in string
UNIT  III
(Without Programming)
Solution of algebraic and transcendental equations – Basic properties of equation, transformation of equation and rate of convergence. Methods –Bisection Method, Regula falsi method, Secant method, iteration method, Newton Raphson method, Muller’s method.
Solution of simultaneous linear equations Gaussian elimination pivoting, iterative method matrix inversion method, cramer’s rule, GaussJordan method.
Eigen values and Eigen vectors of matrices. Power and Jacobi method , curve fitting polynomial least squares
UNIT  IV
(Without Programming)
Finite deference interpolation with equally spaced and unequally spaced points, Numerical differentiation and Integration, Newton cote’s quadrature formula–trapezoidal rule, simpson1/3 rule,simspson3/8 rule, Boole’s rule, Weddle’s rule, Monte Carlos evaluation of Integral
Numerical solution of ordinary differential equation . Euler and Runga Kutta methods. Predictor corrector method
Text and Reference Books:
1. Sastry: Introductory methods of numerical analysis
2. Vetterming, Teukolsky press and Flannery : Numerical Recipes
3. Let Us C : Yashwant Kanitkar
4. Programming in C : E. Balaguruswami.
5. Numerical Methods : P.Kandasamy
M.Sc. (PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  II (Jan.  2019)
PAPER – III
(Quantum Mechanics – II)( Revised & Checked)
UNIT  I
Variational method, Ground state energy of H atom, Ground state energy of He atom, Ground state energy of 1D harmonic oscillator. WKB method, Classically accessible & inaccessible region ,Turning points, condition of validity of semi classical approximation, connection formula to join two WKB solutions at turning points, Sommerfield quantization condition, Energy levels of potential well, quantization rule, Probability of penetration through potential barrier, tunneling through potential barrier, Theory of a decay.
UNIT  II
Time dependent perturbation theory:Basic Concept, Transition probability, harmonic perturbation, constant perturbation, Fermi’s Golden rule, adiabatic approximation ,sudden approximation, Semi classical theory of radiation:The interaction of radiation with atomic system, Applications of time dependent perturbation theory, Transition probability for absorption and induced emission, Electric dipole transition, transition Probability, Einstein's A & B coefficients, selection rule, forbidden transition
UNIT  III
Scattering, scattering amplitude scattering cross section, Laboratory & centre of mass frame, Techniques for calculating the scattering amplitude, Born approximation, Integral form of Schrodinger equation, First Born approximation, Born approximation for spherically symmetric potential, condition for validity of Born approximation, Applications of Born approximation: screened coulomb potential, square well potential, Partial wave analysis:Formalism & strategy, Optical theorem, phase shift, Applications of partial wave analysis, scattering by Perfectly rigid sphere and square well potential.
UNIT  IV
Identical particles : Physical meaning of identity, Symmetric & Anti symmetric wave function, Construction from unsymmetrized function, the Exclusion principle, spin angular momentum.
Relativistic quantum mechanics: Klein Gorden equation for free particle and for particle in electromagnetic field, continuity equation, Dirac equation for free particle, a and b matrices, charge and current densities, free particle solution, existence of spin and magnetic moment, theory of positron.
Text and Reference Books:
M. Sc. (PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  II (Jan. 2019)
PAPER – FOURTH
Solid State Devices Revised and checked
UNIT – I
Transistors : Bipolar Junction transistor (BJT) – basics working principle of NPN and PNP transistor, characteristic curve and different modes of transistor, current gain in different modes and relation between them.
Junction Field Effect Transistor (FET) : N channel and P channel FET, Working principle, static and dynamic characteristic curves, pinched off voltage, Coefficient of FET, and relation between different coefficient.
Metal Oxide Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET) : DE MOSFET and EMOSFET construction and working principle, static and dynamic characteristics.
Unijunction transistor (UJT) : basics structure, working principle, Voltage – Current characteristics and important parameters .
UNIT – II
MIS Diode : Introduction , Energy band diagram, accumulation, depletion and inversion condition concept of surface space charge, surface potential, surface capacitance, Ideal MIS curves .
MOS diode : structure , Ideal MOS, surface depletion region , Ideal MOS curves, SiSiO_{2} MOS diode(real case) interface trapped charge, oxide charges.
Charged Couple Device (CCD) : Basic structure, working principle, charge transfer with clock voltage.
Microwave devices : Tunnel Diode – Introduction, Definition, Tunneling Phenomenon, Energy band Structure, VoltAmpere Characteristics, Negative Resistance of tunnel diode (Characteristics of tunnel diode)
Transfer Electron Devices : Transfer Electron Effect, Gun Diode Introduction and characteristics. Backward Diode: Introduction and Characteristics.
IMPATT Diode : Introduction, Structure, Principle of operation, Static and Dynamic Characteristics.
UNIT – III
Radiative and nonradiative transitions, photoconductive devices (LDR) , Emission spectra , Luminescent efficiency , method of excitation. Light emitting diode (LED) : Basic processes, LED materials and structure, operation of LED, Visible LEDs and Infrared LEDs. Diode Laser
Photo detectors : Photoconductor, equivalent circuit of photoconductor. , Photodiode, Avalanche photodiode, Phototransistor. Bipolar phototransistor, photo – Darlington transistor, VI characteristic of bilateral hetero structure phototransistor, Solar cells, Solar radiation, solar spectrum, ideal conversion efficiency, Energy band diagram, IV characteristics, Photovoltaic effect in a pn junction, PN junction solar cell, Hetero junction solar cell, Interface thin film solar cell.
UNIT – IV
Basic Opamp. Differential amplifier – circuit configurations, dual input, balanced output, differential amplifier –DC analysis, AC analysis, inverting and noninverting inputs, CMRR, Constant current bias level transistor. Block diagram of a typical Opamp. Analysis, open loop configuration, inverting and noninverting amplifier, Opamp. With negative feedback, Voltage series feed back, effect of feed back on closed loop gain input persistence output , resistance bandwidth and output offset voltage , voltage follower.
Practical Opamp. Definitions, DC and AC amplifier summing scaling and averaging amplifiers instrumentation amplifier, integrator and differentiator Oscillators principles, oscillator types, frequency stability response, The phase shift oscillator. Wein bridge oscillator, Multivibrators, Monostable and Astable , Comparators, square wave and triangle wave generators.
Text and Reference Books:
6. Semiconductor Devices – Physics and Technology – S.M. Sze, Wiley, 1985
7. Introduction to Semiconductor Devices – M.S.Tyagi, John Wiley & sons
8. Electronic Devices and circuit theory – Robert L. Boylestad and Louis Nashelsky, PHI, New Delhi, 1991
9. Electronic Fundamentals and applications – John D. Ryder PHI, New Delhi, 1987.
10. Operational Amplifier and their applications – Subir Kumar Sarkar, S.Chand & Sons, New Delhi1999.
11. Opamps & linear integrated circuits Ramakanth A. Gayakward, PHI, 2 Ed. 1991
M. Sc. (PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  II (Jan. 2019)
Lab. Course – A
Programming in ‘C’
Time : 5 Hrs. Total Marks – 100
1. Experiment 60
2. Viva Voce 20
3. Sessional 20
List of Practical
M. Sc. (PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  II (Jan. 2019)
Lab. Course – B
Electronics
Time : 5 Hrs. Total Marks – 100
1. Experiment 60
2. Viva Voce 20
3. Sessional 20
List of Practical
(A) LED
(B) LDR
(A) Integrator.
(B) Differentiator
(A) scalar
(B) voltage follower
(A) Pulse amplitude modulation.
(B) Pulse amplitude demodulation.
(A) Photo transistor.
(B) Opto coupler.
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
SYLLABUS
M. Sc.
(3^{rd} and 4^{th} Semester System)
20182019
M. Sc. PHYSICS
Scheme of Semester Examination (20182019)
Semester III
Name of Paper 
Mark 
Credits


Theory 
Internal 
Total 

Max. 
Min. 
Max. 
Min. 

Nuclear and Particle Physics 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Statistical Mechanics 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Condensed Matter Physics  I 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Digital Electronics 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Lab. Course – Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Modeling 




100 
2 

TOTAL MARKS 
500 
18 

Internal marks i.e. Unit test (Each Paper) 
20 


Semester IV
Name of Paper 
Mark 
Credits


Theory 
Internal 
Total 

Max. 
Min. 
Max. 
Min. 

Physics of Nanomaterials 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Atomic and Molecular Physics 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Condensed Matter Physics  II 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Microprocessor and Fiber optic communication 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Lab. Course – (Digital Electronics) 




100 
2 

Project 




200 
4 

TOTAL MARKS 
700 
22 

Internal marks i.e. Seminar (Each Paper) 
20 


GRAND TOTAL [SEMESTER I (600) + SEMESTER II (600) + SEMESTER III (500) + SEMESTER IV (700)] 
2400 

M. Sc. PHYSICS
Scheme of Semester Examination ( 20182019)
Semester III
Name of Paper 
Mark 
Credits


Theory 
Internal 
Total 

Max. 
Min. 
Max. 
Min. 

Nuclear and Particle Physics 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Statistical Mechanics 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Condensed Matter Physics  I 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Digital Electronics 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Lab. Course – Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Modeling 




100 
2 

TOTAL MARKS 
500 
18 

Internal marks i.e. Unit test (Each Paper) 
20 


M. Sc. (PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  III (July 2018)
PAPER – I
(Nuclear & Particle Physics) (Revised)
UNIT – I
Nuclear Decay :
decay: Introduction, determination of q/M for particles (Rutherford and Royd’s experiment), Range of particle, energy of particle, energy velocityenergylife time relation, alpha particle spectra, some decay schemes, Gamow’s theory of particle, its advantanges in theory of alpha decay, Geiger Nuttal law, properties of particle.
decay : Introduction, general theory of decay (Flat type spectrometers, Lanse type spectrometer), The neutrino hypothesis and its indirect method, Fermi theory of decay (Coulomb correction, screening by atomic electron, kurie plot, mass of neutrino, Life time of decay) classification of transitions (selection rules), parity violation of decay, decay schemes of some important nuclides.
UNIT – II
Nuclear Reactions and Energy:
Introduction, types, Conservation laws, kinematics and general solution of the Q equation, binding energy, nuclear transformations ( by a particles, protons, neutrons, deuterons, particle of mass three, radiation, heavy ions with examples), nuclear cross section (partial wave analysis of reaction cross section)
Compound Nucleus : Mechanics (formation and breakup), Energy level of nuclei and level width, Deexcitation, compound nucleus crosssection (Briet Wigner dispersion formula)
Nuclear fission and fusion : Introduction, Neutrons released in fission process; cross sections, nuclear chain reactions, nuclear reactor, four factor formula, critical size of reactor, , fusion, thermonuclear energy, prospect of controlled fusion energy.
UNIT – III
Counters: Types of counter, Gas filled counter, Solid State counter, scintillation counter with their principle, working method, applications and advantages & disadvantages. Neutron detection : introduction, different types, principle, experimental detail with applications.
Accelerators : Types of accelerator, Cyclotron, linear accelerators, betatron, electron synchrotron, proton synchrotron with their principle, working method and applications.
UNIT  IV
Elementary Particles :
Classification of elementary particles, basic particle interactions, conservation laws, invariance under parity, CP, time, CPT, Electron and positron, proton and antiproton, neutrino and antineutrino, mesons and hyperons: (their masses, decay modes and reactions) elementary particle symmetry : unitary and eightfold way symmetries. Quark theory : experimental evidence, masses, numbers, mesons and baryons.
Text and Reference Books:
M. Sc. (PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  III (July 2018)
PAPER – II
(Statistical Mechanics)
UNIT  I
Foundation of statistical mechanics, the microscopic and macroscopic state, specialization of states of a system, contact between statistics & thermodynamics physics significance of the omega ( N V E), classical ideal gas, entropy of mixing & Gibb's paradox, Micro canonical ensemble, phase space of classical system, trajectories and density of states,Liouville's theorem and its consequences, equilibrium between a system and heat reservoir, Canonical & grand canonical ensemble; alternative expression for the partition function, energy fluctuation in the canonical ensemble, equilibrium between a system and partial energy reservoir, calculation of statistical quantities, Density and energy fluctuations in the grand canonical ensemble, physical significance of various statistical quantities.
UNIT  II
Quantum mechanical ensemble theory, Density of Matrix, Statistics of the various ensembles(microcanonical, canonical, grandcanonical), Statistics of indistinguishable particles, an ideal gas in a quantum mechanical microcanonical ensemble and other quantum mechanical ensemble, Maxwell Boltzman, Fermi Dirac, Bose Einstein statistics, thermodynamic behavior of ideal Bose and fermi gases, boson partical, BoseEinstein condensation. Properties of ideal gas.
UNIT  III
Cluster expansion for a classical gas, Virial equation of the equation of state, evaluation of the virial coefficients, ising model, mean field theories of the ising model in two & one dimensions, critical exponents, the scaling hypothesis, scaling forms, dimensional analysis, Exact solution in one dimension, Landau theory of phase transition, critical indices, scale transformation & dimension analysis.
UNIT  IV
Fluctuation, thermodynamic fluctuation, the Einsteinsmoluchowski theory of Brownian motion, Correlation of spacetime dependent fluctuations, fluctuations and transport phenomena, Brownian motion, Langevin theory of Brownian motion , fluctuation dissipation theorem, Approach to equilibrium FokerPlank equation.
Text and Reference Books:
1.Statistical & Thermal Physics, by F. Reif
2.Statistical Mechanics, by K. Huang
3.Statistical Mechanics, by R.K. Pathria
4.Statistical Mechanics, by R. Kubo
5. Statistical Physics, Landau and Lifshitz
6. Statistical Physics, R. K. Patharia
M. Sc. (PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  III (July 2018)
PAPER – III
(Condensed Matter Physics – I)
UNIT  I
Crystalline and amorphous solids:Unit cells and direct lattice. Bravais Lattice Types of lattice:Two and three dimensional Bravais lattices, Fundamental elements of symmetry(Translation, Rotation, Reflection ,Inversion), Symmetry groups(Point Groups, space Groups) concept of point group and space groups, crystal planes and Miller indices, simple crystal structure : closed packed structures (Hexagonal closed packed Structure, Face centered cubic Structure), Loose packed Structures: (Body Centered Cubic Structure, Simple cubic Structure) , XRay Diffraction(Laue’s Equation, Bragg’s law), Interaction of X rays, electrons and neutrons with matter, Electron Elastic scattering from an perfect lattice, Reciprocal latticeVectors, Reciprocal lattice vectors to SC lattice, Reciprocal lattice to BCC lattice, Reciprocal lattice vectors to FCC Lattice, Properties of Reciprocal lattice Ewald’s construction, Brillouin Zones : Brillouin Zone for Simple cubic lattice, Brillouin Zone for Body centered cubic lattice, Brillouin Zone for Face Centered Cubic Lattice
UNIT  II
Defects or imperfections in crystals and their classification Defects : Introduction, Classification of Defects ,Point defects, Line Defect, Plane Defect, Schottky and Frenkel defects, vacancies, interstitial
Colour center & their production: Introduction, classification of Colour centre, Formation of Fcentre, in ionic crystals, their types and production, Deformation (Plastic DeformationSlip & Yield, Shear strength of Single Crystal, line defects or Dislocations:Introduction to Disslocation, Edge and Screw dislocations, Burger Vectors, the role of dislocations in Plastic deformation and crystal growth.
UNIT  III
Electron’s in a periodic lattice, The Periodic potential ,Block theorem, First Proof of Bloch theorem The Born Von Karman boundary condition, second Proof of Bloch theorem, General remarks of Bloch theorem, KroningPanny model, Band theory, Origin of the energy Gap, magnitude of energy Gap, Band gap, holes , Width of bands, Constant energy curve & surfaces, Classification of solids, Distinction between metal semiconductors & insulators, effective mass, equation of motion, velocity of electron, EK curve, kspace, negative effective mass & holes, physical interpretation of effective mass , effective mass in semiconductors, Tight bonding:general formulation remarks on calculating the band Structure, cellular and pseudo potential methods, Fermi surface and its construction, de Haas von Alfen effect, cyclotron resonance, magnetoresistance , quantum Hall Effect, Hall coefficient , hall resistance, Bloch Wave.
UNIT  IV
Magnetism, Ferromagnetism, Weiss theory of ferromagnetism, curie’s temperature, Paramagnetic region nature & Origin of weiss molecular field, Exchange interaction, Heisenberg model and molecular field theory, CurieWeiss law for susceptibility, concept of Domains & hysteresis ,Domains, Bloch wall energy origin of domains single domain particle, magnetic bubble domain, Ferri order, curie temperature & suscesptebility of ferrimagnets from garnets, Antiferromagnetic order, Antiferromagnetic magnons, Antiferromagnetic resonance, Doman’s and Block wall energy. Quantization of Spin waves, Neudron magnetic scattering magnoins , susceptibility below Neel temperature.
Text and Reference Books:
M. Sc. (PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  III (July  2018)
PAPER – IV
(Digital Electronics)
UNIT  I
Number systems : Decimal (9’s and 10’s), Binary(1’s and 2’s), octal(7’s and 8’s) and Hexadecimal(15’s and 16’s) Number System with mutual conversion: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, their subtraction with their complement method, BCD(addition, subtraction) Rules for BCD addition subtraction, Using 9’s and 10’s complements, multiplication & division BCD code (8421), Excess –3 code(addition, subtraction), Rules for addition & subtraction(xs 3),xs 3 subtraction using 9’s10’s complement, gray code : its conversion with binary and vice versa. With numerical problems.
Logic gates: Positive and negative logic , Basic gates (AND,OR,NOT), Universal building block(NAND,NOR). Basic laws of Boolean Algebra, DeMorgan’s Theorem, two, three and four variables KMap(two, three,y variable), mapping and minimization of K map, SOP and POS expressions, Formation of pairs, quads, octet in K map, overlapping, Rolling, concepts of Don’t care condition with numerical problems , ExOR gate, ExNOR gate circuitry,
UNIT – II
Combinational circuits :
Gate : ExOR gate,ExNOR gate
ADDER : Half adder, Full adder, binary parallel adder, Serial adder,
Subtractor : Half Subtractor, Full Subtractor, 1’s complements and 2’s complements Subtractor circuits.
Digital logic Families : Introduction, Basic concepts of RTL, DTL, TTL, ECL and CMOS logic.
Encoder : decimal to BCD encoder, decimal to BCD priority encoder
Decoder : 2 line to 4 line decoder, 1 of 16 decoder, BCD to decimal decoder, BCD to seven segment decoder,
Multiplexer : 2input, 4input, 16 input Multiplexer.
DeMultiplexer : 1 line to 2 line , 1 line to 4 line and 1 line to 16 line DeMultiplexer.
UNIT – III
Sequential circuits : Flipflop and timing diagram, SR flipflop using NOR gate and NAND gate, Clocked RS flipflop, D latch flipflop, Toggle – Flipflop, Preset and Clear, JK flipflop, Positive and negative edge triggered flopflops., JK Master Slave flipflop.
Counters : Binary ripple counter , up counter , down counter, decade counter and Ring counter and time diagram, synchronous counter
Registers : Parallel and shift Register, Scaling, PIPO, SIPO, PISO, SOSI, Bidirectional shift Register, Application of shift register.
UNIT – IV
Converters : D/A converters : using binary weighted resistor network ,parameter of DAC, R2R ladder Network, Binary weighted register DAC, Application of DAC; Counter type A/D converters : Successive approximation A/D converter and dual slope converters , applications of ADCs.
Intergraded Circuit : Introduction to Monolithic IC , Generation of IC, Basic Technology, Basic process of monolithic technology, Fabrication of Components of Monolithic IC, IC Advantages and disadvantages, Basic technology of monolithic IC, Basic processes used in monolithic technology, Fabrication of components on monolithic IC, IC packing, symbol and scale of Integration.
Text and Reference Books :
5. Fundamentals of Digital Circuits – A.Anand Kumar, Prentice Hall of India, N.Delhi. 2007.
M. Sc. (PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  III (July 2018)
Lab. Course
Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Modeling
Time : 5 Hrs. Total Marks – 100
1. Experiment 60
2. Viva Voce 20
3. Sessional 20
List of Practical : Condensed Matter Physics
1. to find efficiency of solar cell inverter.
2. IV characteristic .
3. to find intensity in different directions.
1. Efficiency of solar mobile charger.
2. IV characteristics
List of Practical : Materials Modeling
1. To creat input file for H2O molecule using Jmol and/or avogadro and run to find optimum energy of the system.[Students can also take pseudopotential files and H2O.fdf from https://departments.icmab.es/leem/siesta/ and test directory of siesta program]
2. To compile eig2dos, gnubands, pdosxml, rho2xsf using fortran compilers and run sample files to verify the compiled utilities.
3. To optimize basis sets and correlations functions using test example of H2O molecule.
4. To optimize the structure of CH4 using meshcutoff, kpints and latticeoptimization routes.
5. To study DOS PDOS and energy bands of CH4.
6. To optimize the structure and study the charge density using eig2dos of graphene nanoribons.
7. To analysis the band structure of MgO and calculate direct indirect band gaps at various symmetry points.
8 . To study the magnetic properties of Fe2O3 using spinpolarized technique.
9. To study the optical properties of crystal strutured CdS.
10. To study the different charge populations implemented in siesta and study the bond strength using
COOP/COHP tools for Benzen ring.
11. To study the mechanical properties of B2O3.
12. To study the electronic tranport properties of Benzen using graphene electrodes in Transiesta.
[A separate mannual should be prepared with the help of siesta mannual and test files.]
Scheme of M. Sc. (PHYSICS)
Semester  IV ( JAN.  2019)
Name of Paper 
Mark 
Credits


Theory 
Internal 
Total 

Max. 
Min. 
Max. 
Min. 

Physics of Nanomaterials 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Atomic and Molecular Physics 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Condensed Matter Physics  II 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Microprocessor and Fibre optic communication 
80 
16 
20 
04 
100 
4 

Lab. Course – (Digital Electronics) 




100 
2 

Project 




200 
4 

TOTAL MARKS 
700 
22 

Internal marks i.e. Seminar (Each Paper) 
20 


GRAND TOTAL [SEMESTER I (600) + SEMESTER II (600) + SEMESTER III (500) + SEMESTER IV (700)] 
2400 

M. Sc. (PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  IV (JAN.  2019)
PAPER – I
(Physics of Nanomaterials)
UNIT –I
Properties of Nanomaterials: Nanostructures in nature, Quantum structures, Quantum confinement, examples of 0D, 1D, 2D, nanomaterials and change in their properties with dimensionality , Mechanical properties, Elastic properties, Hardness and strength, Ductility and toughness, Super plastic behavior, Optical properties, Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR), Quantum size effect, Electrical properties, Dielectric properties, Magnetic properties, Superparamagnetism, Electrochemical properties, sensing properties.
UNIT – II
Synthesis of Nanomaterials: Physical approaches: aerosol synthesis, Mechanical alloying method, Plasma synthesis , Electro deposition.
Chemical approaches: Solvothermal, Microemulsion method, Sonochemical process, Coprecipitation Nanolithography: Photo lithography, Optical lithography, Ion beam lithography, Electron beam lithography, XRay lithography, soft lithography.
Top Down approaches: Arc Discharge Method, Laser ablation, Ball Milling, Inter gas condensation,
Bottom up approaches: Biogenic strategies and self assembly, Homogenic Nucleation, Chemical Vapor Deposition, Solgel synthesis, Molecular Beam Epitaxy, Hydrothermal method, Microwave method.
Issues in nanosynthesis: Dispersity, scale up protection, Complexity of biological materials, Size and shape controlled synthesis.
UNIT – III
Characterization of Nanomaterial: Electron Microscopy: Principle of Electron Microscopy, SEM, EDX, TEM, STM, AFM.
XRay crystallography: Xray diffraction, Powder and single Crystal diffraction, Laue’s method, Rotating crystal method, Powder method, Determination of grain size using Scherrer’s formula, Determination of crystal size distribution using line shape Xray analysis, Xray diffraction pattern of some commercially important oxides(Barium Titanate, Strancium Zirconate,Copper Oxide, Zinc Oxide), XRay florescence(XRF), XRay photocell spectroscopy(XPS), Energy dispersive Xray analysis(EDAX), Small angle Xray scattering.
Spectroscopy techniques: Characterization of electromagnetic radiation, Absorption Spectroscopy, Photo luminescence, Electro and Thermo luminescence Spectroscopy, Fourier transform Infrared Spectroscopy, Raman Spectroscopy, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy(NMR).
Surface analysis Methods: Secondary Ion mass Spectroscopy, Thermo galvanometric analysis (TGA), Differential Scanning Calorimetry(DSC), Differential thermal Analysis(DTA).
UNITIV
Applications of Nano Materials: Applications of nanomaterials in Medicine, Agriculture and Food, Energy, Organic Light Emitting Diode, Environment remediation, Electronics and Computing, Nano Chemistry, Nanophotonics, Nanobiotechnology, Principal and working of Fluoroscent Biological Labeling and Targated drug delivery, Types and working of various NanoBio Sensors, NEMS (Nano Electro Magnetic Sensors and Activator), Bio motors, Nano Sensors: Gas Sensor ,Pollution Sensor, Photo Sensor, Temperature Sensor, IR Detector, Bio Sensors,
Targeted drug delivery, Lab on a Chip  Concept.
IIVI group nanommaterials ( ZnO, ZnS, ZnSe, CdS, CdSe, CdTe and their composites) and their applications, III V group nano materials ( GaAs, GaP, etc) and their applications, Graphene and CNT; properties and applications,
Text Books:
1. Nano Technology by M. A. Shah, K. A. Shah (Willy Publication)
2. Principles of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology by Shah and Ahmad
3. Nanostructures and Nanomaterials  Synthesis properties and Applications by Guozhong Cao (Empirical College Press World Scientific Pub., 2004).
4. Nanotechnology: Synthesis and Application by N. K. Sharma
5. Nanotechnology, S. Shanmugam, Publisher: MJP Publisher, Chennai.
Reference Books:
5. Handbook of Nanotechnology: Bhushan (Ed), Springer Verlag, New York (2004).
6 . Encyclopedia of Nanotechnology, H.S. Nalwa
M.Sc. (PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  IV (JAN.  2019)
PAPER – II
(ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR PHYSICS)
UNIT – I
Bohr theory of spectra of hydrogen and hydrogen like atoms, reduced mass of electron, variation of Rydberg constant. Sommerfeld’s elliptical orbit. Space quantization, Larmor’s theorem Pauli’s vector atom model, four quantum numbers.
Spectra of alkali atoms, The effective quantum number and quantum defect, Fine structure in alkali spectra, selection and intensity rules for doublet, The spinning electron and vector model ,selection and intensity rules Spectral terms arising from ls coupling, spin orbit interaction, screening constants for alkali spectra
Atom model for two valence electrons, equivalent and nonequivalent electrons, Spectra of Alkaline earth atoms, singlettriplet series, LS and JJ coupling, interaction energy, selection and intensity rules.
UNIT – II
The magnetic movement of the atom, Effect of magnetic field on energy levels (mono valent atoms) Gyromagnetic ratio for orbital and spin motion, vector model, Lande’s gfactor, normal and anamolous Zeeman effect, Paschen Back effect. Stark effect
Hyperfine structure (Qualitative) Line broadening mechanism.
Electron spin resonance, Nuclear magnetic resonance.
UNIT – III
Introduction to the theoretical treatment of molecular system Types of moleculesDiatomic linear symmetric top, asymmetric top and spherical top molecules, energy levels and spectra. Rotational energy and spectra of diatomic molecules as rigid rotor and non rigid rotor, inter nuclear distance and isotope effect.
Vibrational energy levels and spectra of diatomic molecules as harmonic oscillator  Anharmonicity of molecular vibrations, energy levels and spectrum, Morse potential energy curve, isotope effects and force constants
UNIT – IV
Molecule as vibrating rotor rotator vibrational spectrum of diatomic moleculesPQR branches, Rotational spectra, the vibrations of polyatomic molecules, Electronic spectra of diatomic molecules Born Oppenheimer approximationvibrational coarse structure of electronic bandsprogression and sequencesIntensity of electronic bandsFranck Condon principleRotational fine structure of electronic bands.
Text and Reference Books
1. H.E. White Introduction to atomic physics
2. Barrow Introduction to molecular physics
3. G.Herz berg Molecular spectra and molecular structure
4. H.Kuhn Atomic spectra
5. Walker and straugh Spectroscopy Vol I,II,III.
M.Sc.(PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  IV (JAN.  2019)
PAPER – III
(Condensed Matter Physics – II)
UNIT – I
Superconductivity, critical temperature, persistent current, Destruction of Superconductivity by magnetic Field, Meissner effect, heat capacity, Isotopic effect, and flux penetration, type I and type II superconductors, single particle tunneling, thermodynamics of superconducting transitions, London’s equations, Coherence length Interaction of electrons with acoustic and optical phonon, Cooper pairing due to phonons, BCS theory of superconductivity (qualitative).Flux quantization in superconducting ring.
Manifestation of energy gap in superconductors, superconducting tunneling, A.C./D.C. Josephson effect, Microscopic quantum interference, high temperature superconductivity (elementary).
UNIT – II
Polarization, depolarization field, local electric field at an atom, Lorenz field, dielectric constant and polarizability, Electronic polarizability, Ionic and orientational polarizability, Debye equation for gases, the complex dielectric constant, dielectric relaxation time, Normal and anomalous dispersion, classical theory of electronic polarizability.
Ferro electric crystal, classification, ferroelectric domains, structural phase transition, Landau theory of phase transition, first and second order phase transition, anti Ferro electricity.
UNIT – III
Energy bands in semiconductor, Intrinsic and Extrinsic semiconductors, Drift velocity, mobility, carrier concentration and Fermi level for intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors. Electrical conductivity of semiconductors, semimetals.
PN junction, junction transistors, The tunnel diode, Zener diode, Gunn diode, photovoltaic effect, Quantum wells and super lattices.
UNIT – IV
Interatomic forces and lattice dynamics of simple metals, ionic and covalent crystals, lattice dynamics of linear monoatomic and diatomic lattices, optical and acoustical modes.
Quantization of elastic waves, phonons, momentum of phonons, inelastic neutron scattering by phonons, Anharmonicity, thermal expansion, lattice thermal conductivity.
Text and Reference Books:
M.Sc. (PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  IV (JAN.  2019)
PAPER – IV
(ELECTRONICS – III)
(Microprocessor and Fibre optic communication)
UNIT – I
Microprocessor & Micro Computers :
Introduction of microcomputers & Microprocessor, word length and Evolution of Microprocessor, Internal Microprocessor, Architecture, Architecture of digital Computer
Memory :  Semiconductor memories (RAM, ROM, PROM, EPROM, Shift register).
Magnetic Memory:  Floppy disks, Hard disks, Optical Disks, Magnetic Bubble Memory.
Networking : Local Area Networking (LAN) , LAN topology (Bus, Star, Ring ) .
UNIT – II
Intel 8085 : Introduction, ALU, Timing and Control Unit, Registers, Data and Address Bus, Pin Configuration, opcode and operands, instruction word size.
Instruction Cycle : Opcode and Operands, Fetch Operation, Execute Operation, Machine Cycle, Instruction and Data flow.
Time Diagram : Opcode Fetch Cycle, Memory read, I/O Read, Memory write, I/O Write.
UNIT – III
Addressing Modes : Introduction, Types of Addressing mode Direct Addressing Modes and examples, Register addressing, Register Indirect Addressing, Immediate Addressing, Implicit Addressing.
Instruction set of 8085 : Data transfer group (mov data & its examples), Arithmetic group(ADDITION,SUBTRACTION,INCREMENT,DECREMENT), Logical group(AND,OR, EXCLUSIVEOR operation).
Assembly Language Programs: Addition of Two 8bit number, Sum 8bit , Addition of Two 8bit number, sum 16bit, 8bit subtraction, Find the largest number in a data array, To arrange a series of numbers in Descending order, Find the smallest number in a data array, To arrange a data array in ascending order, Shift of 8bit number of left by one bit and two bit , Shift of 16bit number left by one and two bit.to arrange the series of no. in descending order
UNIT – IV
Optical Fibers: Introduction, Structure, Classification, Propagation of light through optical fibre (Mechanism & conditions), Refraction and Snell’s law, Total internal refraction, Light propagation through and optical fiber, Acceptance angle & Acceptance cone of optical fibre for incident ray, Numerical Aperture, step index, graded index fiber, number of modes and cutoff parameter, single mode propagation, comparison of step and graded index fiber, application of fibers.
Types of Optical Fiber : HPSUU, HPSIR, Halide fiber
Optical fiber cables : Multifibre cable, Splicing and connectors(Electric arc fusion splicing, Mechanical Splicing),steps involved in Splicing procedure, General discussion on different splices, Loss comparison, Losses in splices & connectors . Advantage and Disadvantage of optical fiber.
Text and Reference Books :
M.Sc. (PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  IV (JAN.  2019)
Lab. Course
Digital Electronics
Time : 5 Hrs. Total Marks – 100
1. Experiment 60
2. Viva Voce 20
3. Sessional 20
List of Practical :
1. Study of RS, D, JK flip –flop using NAND gates.
2. Study of Half Adder and Full Adder using NAND gates.
3. Study of Half subtractor and Full subtractor using NAND gates.
4. Study of Decimal to BCD encoder using IC 74147.
5. Study of BCD to 7 segment decoder using IC 7447.
6. Study of BCD to Decimal decoder using IC 7442.
7. Study of Binary to Gray code converter using EXOR gate.
8. Study of 16:1 multiplexer using ICs 74150 and 74154 and analyse.
9. Study of 1:160 demultiplexer using ICs 74150 and 74154 and analyse.
10. Study of RAM circuit.
11. Study of ROM circuit.
12. Study of ALU.
M.Sc. (PHYSICS)
SEMESTER  IV (JAN.  2019)
Project Work
Time : III Semester to IV semester Total Marks – 200
The project work should be related to the field of Physics . The project report should include declaration by the candidate, certificate by the supervisor, acknowledgement, title and introduction along with the following points:
Last date of submission of project report: As per M. Sc. Ordinance
Evaluation of Project: Evaluation of the project work of semester system of all the candidates of colleges will be held at GOVT. NAGARJUNA PG COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, RAIPUR (C.G.)
201415
EXTENSION LECTURE UNDER CPF SCHEME
S.N. 
NAME 
SUBJECT 
DATE 
01 
Dr. Harshita Sahu 
Computer Science 
5^{th} & 6^{th} Jan 2018 
02 
Dr. R.K. Sood 
Electrodynamics 
9^{th} & 10^{th} Jan 2018 
03 
Dr. B.P. Chandra 
Luminescence 
14^{th} & 15^{th} Jan 2014 
04 
Shri Bhagwan Sing 
Economics 
06/01/2014 
05 
Dr. S.K. Pandey 
Astrophysics 
18/01/2014 & 20/01/2014 
06 
Dr. B. Majumdar 
Sol Gel Thin Films 
22/01/2014 
07 
Dr. R.N. Baghel 
Microprocessors 
29/01/2014 
08 
Dr. Namita Brahme 
Quantum Mechanics 
30/01/2014 
INVITED LECTURE (CPE)
S.N. 
NAME 
SUBJECT 
DATE 
01 
Somnath DanayakIIT Kanpur 
Electronics 
17^{th} & 18^{th} Jan 2014 
02 
Dr. B. Majumdar 
Condensed Matter Physics 
25^{th} & 27^{th} Jan 2014 
03 
Dr. N.P. Thakur . IGKV, Raipur 
botany 
13^{th} Jan 2014 
04 
Dr. Anjay Singh  
Chemistry 
29/01/2014 
05 
Jaydeep Sinha – (3 Times) 
UAV Chopper flight 
25/11/2014, 27/11/2014 & 28/11/2014 
06 
Dr. M.G. Tarnekar 
Optical physics 
03/01/2014 & 04/01/2014 
INDIAN NATIONAL OLYMPIAD
S.N. 
NAME of EVENT 
Funding Details 
DATE 
Coordinators 
Beneficiaries 
01 
Indian natural Science Oympiad

48500/ fund BARC (Homi Jahangreer Bhtat Para Education) Homibhabha TIFR, Bombay

01/02/2015 
Centre Oberver Pranav K. Dasgupta Coordinature – Dr. S.K. Dubey

35 Students appeared

HANDS ON PRACTICE WORKSHOP OF MATERIALS MODELING
( Continued from !st July To 15 th July 2016 onwards )
We have Condensed Matter Physics Lab Course IN MSc IIIrd SEM. We need very costly apparatus for performing the experiments , and their maintenance and repair is even more costlier. We were left with very few equipments and it was difficult to justify the lab work in absence of these instruments. To overcome this hurdle, we decided to upgrade our lab with cost effective and effective technology. Materials Modeling and simulation is one of the emerging fields of science. Modeling and simulation techniques use computer programmes to simulate the experiments. All we need is well configured computers and a programme.
We are using SIESTA, a programming language developed to simulate materials properties using quantum Mechanics. SIESTA is an openware. Prof Ravindra Pandey of Michigan Technological University has been organizing international workshops on materials modeling for motivating researchers in India to take up modeling studies. Prof and Head Physics , Dr Anjali Oudhia has attended some of these workshops and initiated the implementation of the idea of materials modelig as a lab course for PG students.
Prof M L Verma, Prof and Head , Dept Of Applied Physics, SSCET, Bhilai is a SIESTA expert in our region. He has developed a computation Lab in his department, and we were able to develop some modeling based experiments to study electronic, optical and magnetic properties of various catagories of materials.
from 2016 onwards we organize a Hands On Training Programme for 15 days. Two batches have done the modeling experiments succsessfully. They are using ICT to study materials, and are enjoying their lab course .
Prof M L Verma, Prof and Head , Dept Of Applied Physics, Conducts 15 day workshop of PG students of Physics
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Electronic Equipment Repair & Maintenances
one day workshop on electronic equipment maintenance and repair was organized by the department of physics on 22/10/2016. Dr. Nitesh Gupta, Asstt. Prof Physics, Kalyan college, Bhilai, was the subject expert.
The main objective of the workshop was to teach PG students to test the equipment through cold testing methods, rectify the problem and then repairor replace the components according to needs. Dr Nitesh Gupta explained the power supply, particularly SMPGs used in mobiles, their construction and working.
The workshop was attended by all the lab technicians, attendents, faculty members and PG students of the department.
It was a huge success and the PG students find it particularly useful for developing a deep understanding of working of various parts of an electronic instruments. It was quite helpful in preparing low cost electronic kits
COCURRICULAR ACTIVITY : PROJECT BASED LEARNING
Details of the Student Projects:
PG students of Physics are doing project work in their final year. Projects are allotted in M.Sc. III^{rd} SEM. Students are asked to do the literature survey and review in this year. They submit the project in the IV^{th} SEM. After submission the project file is sent for valuation. Final evaluation is done based on the presentation given by students and viva voce conducted by external examiner. In the session 201415 the following student projects were done under supervision of various Faculty members:
Details of the Student Projects:
2014  15
S.No. 
Title 
Name of Student 
Supervisor 
1 
Study of photoconductivity in (CdZn)S films 
Yogita Thakur 
Prof S.K.Dubey 
2 
Study of photoconductivity in (CdZn)S.CdCl2:Eu films 
Akanksha Diwan 
Prof S.K.Dubey 
3 
Study of photoconductivity in (CdZn)S.KI films 
Sujata Gayakwad 
Prof S.K.Dubey 
4 
Study of photoconductivity in (CdZn)S.LiF:La films 
Meha Sahu 
Prof S.K.Dubey 
5 
Study of photoconductivity in (CdZn)S.CdCl2 films 
Meena Nayak 
Prof S.K.Dubey 
6 
Study of photoconductivity in (CdZn)S.CdCl2:La films 
Manisha Bhoi 
Prof S.K.Dubey 
7 
Study of photoconductivity in (CdZn)S.NiF films 
Bharti Chandra 
Prof S.K.Dubey 
8 
1 – 4 demultiplexure 
Jivantika Jha 
Prof S.K.Dubey 
9 
Transmission line model of application of Femoral Artery 
Uttra Kumar Sahu 
Prof A.C. Biyani 
10 
Transmission line model of nonlinear behaviour of stock market 
Satyavrat sing 
Prof A.C. Biyani 
11 
Transmission line model of human arterial system 
Deepika Dewangan 
Prof A.C. Biyani 
12 
Mars orbiter mission and Hohmann transfer 
Hiralal Sahu 
Prof A.C. Biyani 
13 
Approximation methods in quantum mechanics 
Yamuna Sahu 
Prof A.C. Biyani 
14 
Superconductivity 
Menka Jha 
Prof B. G. Sharma 
15 
Basics of semiconductors 
Gupesh Kumar Hota 
Prof B. G. Sharma 
16 
Quantization of elastic waves 
Anand Kumar Kurrey 
Prof B. G. Sharma 
17 
Study of different types of Diodes 
Avinash singh Thakur 
Prof B. G. Sharma 




2015 16
S. No. 
Title of Project 
Name of Student 
Supervisor 
1 
Semiconductor materials, development and applications 
Rohit kumar Kasawi 
Dr. Neetu Singh 
2 
Semiconductor materials, development and applications 
Rudhir Sahu 
Dr. Neetu Singh 
3 
4 to 1 multiplexure 
Lochan Singh Verma 
Dr S K Dubey 
4 
1 to 4 multiplexure 
Jivantika Jha 
Dr S K Dubey 
5 
8 BIT digital to analog converter using R2R Ladder 
Udit Sharma 
Dr S K Dubey 
6 
Study of time independent perturbation theory 
Varsha Ramteke 
Dr A. C. Biyani 
7 
A study of probability 
Monika Netam 
Dr A. C. Biyani 
8 
Study of time dependent perturbation theory 
Sonam chaturvedi 
Dr A. C. Biyani 
9 
High Temperature superconductors 
Amitesh Sahu 
Dr B G Sharma 
10 
Semiconductor Devices, there quantum and classical behaviour 
Vikas Kumar 
Dr B G Sharma 
11 
Theoretical study of semiconductors and applications 
Sonaruram Gota 
Dr B G Sharma 
12 
Study of P N junction Diode as in power regulation 
Damrudhar Pradhan 
Dr. A K Luka 
13 
Study of P N junction Diode as in power regulation 
Martin Agro Gaikwad 
Dr. A K Luka 
14 
Monostable multivibrator 
Nirupama Ekka 
Dr S Thaker 
15 
Astable Multivibrator 
Kirti Bhagat 
Dr S Thaker 
16 
Bistable Multivibrator 
Kalpana Verma 
Dr S Thaker 
2016  17
201617 

S.No. 
Title 
Name of Student 
Name of Supervisor 
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.
18.
19. 
Solar water level indicator Solar mobile charger Solar inverter Solar inverter Analysis of half adder and half subtractor using NOR gate Analysis of half adder and half subtractor using NAND gate Analysis of fundamental logic gate using universal gate Analysis of half adder and half subtractor using NOR gate Analysis of half adder and half subtractor using NAND gate The JuddOfelt theory Theories of Lanthanides Crystal field theory JuddOfelt theory Study of PN junction diode Decimal to BCD encoder Operational amplifier Synthesis and luminescence properties of Eu^{2+ }doped Na_{2}Zr(Po_{4})_{2} phosphor Synthesis of luminescence properties of Eu^{2+} doped Li_{2}Zr(Po_{4})_{2} phosphor Synthesis of luminescence properties of K_{2}Zr(Po_{4})_{2} phosphor

Jayprakash Vikram singh Prahlad Saraswati singh Chouhan Abha Yogi Jaya Pradhan
Pukhraj
Megha Vaishnav
Ratna Thakur
Pankaj Kumar
Aishwarya purohit Ghanshayam Sahu Roshni verma Surabhi Sharma Lakhapati Patel Dibyasmita Sahu Diksha Nishad Tarun Kashyap
Chetan kumar Motghare
Maheshwar Markam

Anjli Oudhia Anjli Oudhia Anjli Oudhia Anjli Oudhia P.K.Dewangan
P.K.Dewangan
P.K.Dewangan
P.K.Dewangan
P.K.Dewangan
B.G.Sharma B.G.Sharma B.G.Sharma B.G.Sharma Alok Luka Alok Luka Alok Luka B.R.Verma
B.R.Verma
B.R.Verma

2017 18
201718 

S.No. 
Title 
Name of Student 
Name of Supervisor 
1.
2.
3.
4. 5. 6. 7.
8.
9.
10. 
To study the characteristic of diodes and resistance To study the characteristic of diodes and transistors
To study the characteristic curve of LED, LDR, Photodiode, Photo Transistor Comparative study of Perovskites First principle study of lithium Ion battery Sodium Ion battery performance study Structural, electronic and optical properties of CsPbBr_{3} orthorhombic first principle study Theoretical study on electronic & transport properties of DNA biomolecule(Guanine) To study dispersion relation for dieatomic Lattice Optical properties of Ca_{2}Al_{2}SiO_{7 }using Siesta

Kamdev Nishad
Chandraprabha Lenjwar
Poornima Jurri
Anjali Mandavi Geetika Yadav Sonia Sahu Pooja Nagrchi
Tikesh Sahu
Atmaram Sonkar
Kanchan Tiwari 
P.K.Dewangan
P.K.Dewangan
A.K.Luka
Anjali Oudhia Anjali Oudhia Anjali Oudhia Anjali Oudhia Anjali Oudhia
B.G.Sharma
B 
STUDENT's ACHIEVEMENTS ( 201418)
Year 
Examination Physics 
Co curricular activities 
Extracurricular activities 
201314 
100% PG 73.91% BSc III

Extension lectures ( CPE Funding) 

201415 
100% PG 77.5% BSc III


Visit to Govt School Jamgaon 
201516 
98% PG 93% BSc III 
DST workshop on physics teaching attended by PG students 

201617 
99% PG 98.26% BSc III 
1.Hands on Training and workshop on Materials Modeling
2.Extension Lectures ( UGC Funding) 
Industry Visit CIPET , Raipur
Student participated in entrepreneurship programme in C IPET
Aishwarya Purohit.. Sachin Sahu was awarded with gold medal for NSS

201718 
100%PG 97.84% BSc III 
Hands on Training and workshop on Materials Modeling
Manish Das (Inspire fellow), Indrajeet Singh Mrichanna, Padum Patel successfully completed their SUMMER INTERNSHIP from CIPET Raipur .

Collaboration with NGO Kopalvani for project work
PG students Kanchan Tiwari, Atmaram and kamdev won prizes in state level youth festival
in SCIENCE DAY CELEBRATION 2018. the team of Tikesh Sahu, Shweta Chandrakar, B. Shweta , Jitendra Sahu and another team of Dipali Sharma, Pooja Nagarchi, Priya Baric, Sonia Sahu bagged IST POSITION in college level model making competitio 
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ACHIEVEMENT




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Tripti Richharia ( 2014) 
NET 2018 
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Ekta Chandravanshi ( 2014) 
NET 
05 
Mahima pande ( 2014) 
Lecturer 
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Payal Soni( 2014) 
SBI 
07 
Yogeshwari Sahu( 2014) 
LDC, Collectorate 
08 
Vani Chandrakar 
SET 
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Yamuna Sahu(2015) 
Govt JOB JAL Vibhag 
10 
Deepika Dewangan ( 2015) 
Govt JOB JAL Vibhag 
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Lalman (2015) 
SET 
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Menka Jha ( 2015) 

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Meena nayer (2015) 
NET and SET 
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Udit Sharma (2016) 
NET 
15 
Lochan Sing Verma ( 2016) 
CG PSC Mains 
INNOVATIVE PRACTICE
Dr. S.K. Dubey, HOD Physics was appointed as the Coordinator of Eco Club of the college. He developed a green corner in front of physics department. Plants like neem, berry, Teek, Amaltas, Champa and Palm were planted and maintained by the department. 