This Course will enable the students to apply the concepts of Quantum Mechanics for problem solving at Atomic and subatomic scale to describe the behaviour of matter and energy through critical thinking in physical world.

This Course has two parts. First part enables the students to comprehend the theory, concepts, characteristics and working principles of basic electronic devices and their activities in electronic circuits. The knowledge acquired by the students helps them to design, test, troubleshoot, and rectify faults in electronic circuits.

Particle Physics address the question, “What is matter made of?” on the most fundamental level, i.e. it can provide an idea about the smallest scale of size. It is a remarkable fact that matter at the sub atomic level consists of tiny chunk with vast empty space in between. Even more remarkable, these tiny chunks, commonly known as particles, come in a number of different types like electron, proton, neutron, pi mesons, neutrinos etc., which are then replicated in astronomical quantities to make all the stuff around us. 

Classical Mechanics affords the students an opportunity to master many of the mathematical techniques necessary for modern physics.  Again, classical mechanics today has come into wide use to denote that part of mechanics, where the objects in question are neither too big nor too small and a close agreement between theory and experiment is desirable.

Statistical Mechanics is a formalism which aims at explaining the physical properties of matter in bulk on the basis of the dynamical behaviour of its microscopic constituents.  The scope of the formalism is almost as unlimited as the very range of the natural phenomena. In fact, it has been applied with considerable success, to the study of matter in the solid state, the liquid state or the gaseous state, matter composed of several phases or several components, matter under extreme conditions of density and temperature.

  • Electrostatistics and magnetostatics are introduced so as to link from the undergraduate levels to advanced levels on electromagnetic theory. Electromagnetic Theory covers the basic principles of electromagnetism so as to enable students for understanding physical phenomena and principles in postgraduate and research levels. 
  • Maxwell’s Equations
  •  Microwave Propagation
  • Radiation and Diffraction
  • Covariant Formulation