Objectives

• The BVV Sangha, Bagalkot has started P.G. department of Physics with an objective of generating post graduates in pure science subjects with sound knowledge in core subject and equipped with skill set required for both teaching and research


• The department has now provided two specializations in Physics namely,


Nuclear Physics


Solid State Physics

• State of art laboratories are developed in both the areas of Physics. Students are allowed to have free access to the laboratory for their project works.

Roll of HOD’s

Sl. No

Name

Year

1

Dr.M.M. Mutsaddi

2011-2013

2

Dr.R.H.Fattepur

2013-2015

3

Dr.S.R.Kandagal

2015-2016

4

Smt.Pratibha Kanavi

2016

Staff List

Under Construction

Facilities

List of major equipments

• Zeeman effect set up

• Gamma ray spectrometer(single channel analyzer)

• Gamma ray spectrometer-multi channel analyzer

• Geiger Muller counter-2

• Michelson interferometer

• Hall effect set up

• ESR Spectrometer

• Ferroelectric phase transition set up

• Gouy’s Balance set up, etc.

Library facilities

Course

 

No. of  Books

 

Cost in Rs

 

M.Sc Physics

542

2,39,197

• of Subscribed Journals : 30

• Digital Library Facility

Research

At present we have research facilities related to

• dielectric studies,

• dielectric relaxation studies,

• ultrasonic studies,

• UV and FTIR Spectrometer

• Micro antenna facilities

• Active filters

• Faculty of the department is producing research publications and participate in seminars and conferences almost on regular basis.

Course outcomes

Semester – I

Course Code and Name:- 1.1 Mathematical Methods of Physics

Students should be able to understand apply following concepts:

CO1. Separate the Helmholtz equation in Cartesian, circular cylindrical and spherical polar coordinates

CO2. Explain Vector spaces and subspaces

CO3. Know the procedure of Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization

CO4. Find Eigenvalues and eigenvectors of matrices

CO5. Derive Fourier Transform and Green’s function in higher dimension

Course Code and Name:- 1.2 Classical Mechanics

Students should be able to:

CO1. Define constraints and its classification.

CO2. explain the general features of motion.

CO3. Differentiate elastic and inelastic scattering in a central force field

CO4. Derive the equations of motion and first integrals.

CO5. Obtain Hamilton-Jacobi equation by applying Hamilton’s principle.

Course Code and Name:- 1.3 Nuclear and Particle Physics

Students should be able to:

CO1. Understand the nuclear matter radius and charge radius.

CO2. Explain the concept of neutron scattering.

CO3. Solve the problems on Binding energy and Separation energy.

CO4. Discuss the concept different types of nuclear reactions.

CO5. Recognise the condition for chain reaction.

CO6. Derive the four factor formula.

Course Code and Name:- 1.4 Condensed Matter Physics

Students should be able to:

CO1. Understand the basic concept of crystal structure.

CO2. Illustrate Born-Mayer Model.

CO3. Evaluate Madelung Constant.

CO4. Describe theories of Einstein and Debye models.

CO5. Compare the properties of magnetic materials.

CO6. Give complete idea about defects in solids.

CO7. Solve problems on electrical conductivity and mobility.

Course Code and Name:- 1.5 Instrumentation

Students should be able to:

CO1. Structural and composition of sample by using XRD, AFM, STM, EELS, TEM and SEM.

CO2. Optical spectroscopic and Raman spectroscopy with instrumentation like FTIR, IR and fundamentals of SERS.

CO3. Electrical and thermal measurements like AC and DC electrical conductivity measurements as function of temp. and frequency.

CO4. Basic structural and instrumentation of TGA and DSC.

CO5. Nuclear detectors NaI(Tl) like gamma ray spectroscopy


Semester – II

Course Code and Name:- 2.1 Quantum Mechanics

Students should be able to:

CO1. Understand about the operators and operators operation on the wave function.

CO2. Understand the Hydrogen atom in quantum level.

CO3. Find out the Eigen values and Eigen functions as well as energy of Hydrogen atom and hydrogen like particles.

CO4. Know the phase analysis and significance of partial waves and phase shipts.

CO5. Understand the Born approximation and derive the equation for scattering cross section.

Course Code and Name:- 2.2 Atomic and Molecular Optical Physics

Students should be able to:

CO1. Understand and apply LS and JJ coupling.

CO2. Write the spectral terms for equivalent and nonequivalent electron atom.

CO3. Illustrate hyperfine structure of hydrogen atom.

CO4. Analyze alkali type spectra..

CO5. Illustrate Einstein coefficients.

CO6. Know properties of Laser beam

CO7. List the applications of laser.

Course Code and Name:- 2.3 Electronics

Students should be able to :

CO1. Understand the meaning of depletion region, junction potential and capacitance

CO2. Develop pn junction and study their characteristics

CO3. Know the FET characteristics which act as an amplifier

CO4. Understand the basic structure and operation of JFET and MOSFET.

CO5. Use the basic troubleshooting rules of digital systems.

CO6. Deduce from observed results the faults of malfunctioning combinational circuits.

CO7. Describe the fundamental idea of programmable logic devices (PLDs).

Course Code and Name:- 2.4 Material Science

Students should be able to:

CO1. Understand the meaning of materials, levels of structure.

CO2. Classify the materials on the basis of their structure and properties.

CO3. Obtain the structure-property relationship in materials.

CO4. Know the different types of materials.

CO5. Get the advancement of crystal growth

CO6. Elaborate different kind of techniques/methods to be used to make crystal growth.

CO7. Demonstrate the graphical representation of solid, liquid and vapour phase.

Program Outcome

M.Sc. Physics

Program Specific Outcomes

Students should be able to:

POS1. Know the applications of special functions

POS2. Understand integral and laplace transform

POS3. Apply Lagrangian and Hamiltonian method to solve application problems

POS4. Understand motion in central force field

POS5. Know the basic properties of nucleus

POS6. Learn Nuclear models and nuclear reactions

POS7. Analyze the crystal structures

POS8. Compare the properties of magnetic materials.

POS9. Understand different characterization techniques like UV, FTIR, XRD and SEM etc for the sample analysis

POS10. Solve problems on applications of quantum mechanics

POS11. Understand quantum mechanics approach to different subjects

POS12. Learn about atomic and molecular spectroscopy

POS13. Discuss about laser physics

POS14. Get knowledge about analog and digital electronics

POS15. Learn about material science

POS16. Understand statistical thermodynamics

POS17. Learn distribution functions

POS18. Know about electrostatics and electrodynamics

POS19. Utilize these outcomes for the future applications

Staff Achievements

Mr  Anand H Teli  KSET(2017)                   

Miss Soumya Gangur  KSET(2017)

 

NPTEL (National Programming on Technology Enhanced Learning) Courses completed by PG faculty:

  1. Priyanka Magdum has successfully completed online course in “Mathematical Methods Of Physics” with Elite grade in October,2017
  2. Alfaz Chaus and Smt.Pratibha Kanavi has successfully completed online course in “Solid State Physics” in October,2017

Student Achievements

Conferences/Seminars attended by Students

1. Miss. Anupama Konnur M.Sc final year student has participated and presented a paper on “Analysis of detection efficiency of NaI(Tl) detector” in one day National level seminar on “Frontiers in Nuclear Science for Sustainable Development “ jointly organized by Department of Chemistry and Physics, held on 7th September,2018.


2. Miss. Rajeshwari Hiregoudar M.Sc final year student has participated and presented a paper on “Radioactivity Concentration of Soil using MCA” in one day National level seminar on “Frontiers in Nuclear Science for Sustainable Development “ jointly organized by Department of Chemistry and Physics, held on 7th September,2018.


3. All the students were participated in two days orientation programme on “Research Methodology” on 7th -8th September 2018 held at Basaveshwar Science College, Bagalkot.


4. Miss. Anupama Konnur and Miss. Rajeshwari Hiregoudar final year students were participated two days national workshop on “Theory and principles of characterization techniques in physics” (Instrumentation) held on 24th -25th October 2017. Organized by department of PG studies in Physics, S.B.Arts and KCP Science College, Vijayapura


5. Mrs.Vani Koti and Miss.Shweta Kamakeri final year students were participated two days national workshop on “Nanoscience: Fundamentals to basic applications” held on 21st -22nd February 2019. Organized by department of PG studies in Physics, S.B.Arts and KCP Science College, Vijayapura


Research, Project and Publications by PG faculty

1.Pratibha Kanavi had been selected for “Summer Research Fellowship programme-2016 in BARC Mumbai” through Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore and worked on the project “Assembly and Characterization Study of Resistive Plate Chambers” for the 2 months since June-July 2016” .

2.Pratibha Kanavi Submitted and selected a contributory paper with BARC on the topic “Simulations and Track Reconstruction for Muon Tomography using Resistive Plate Chambers” for DAE Symposium in Kolkatta on Dec-2016

3.Pratibha Kanavi Published a paper in the International Journal of Multidisciplinary Journal ISSN227729302 on the topic “Assembly and Characterization Study of Resistive Plate Chambers” in the month of Oct-2016

4.Pratibha Kanavi attended International Conference on Functional Materials (ICFM-2018) and presented a paper on “Optical and thermoelectric properties of ZnO NR’s using cost effective synthesis method” at SCSV Mahavidyalaya, Kanchipuram-Tamilnadu on June 25-26, 2018.

5.Anand Teli had been selected for “Summer Research Fellowship programme-2017 in BARC Mumbai” through Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore and worked on the project “Application of particle induced gamma ray emission (PIGE) method utilizing 5MeV proton beam from folded tandem accelerator for quantification of boron in refractory materials” for the 2 months on June-July 2017.

6. Shobha V Karjol She had been selected for “Summer Research Fellowship programme-2017 in IASc Bengaluru” through Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore and worked on the project “ Capacitance measurement of electrical double layer capacitor made by carbon nanotubes over mild steel” for the 2 months on June-July 2017

7. Mrs Pratibha Kanvi presented a paper on “Spectrum analysis and radio activity concentration calculation of soil using MCA” in one day International conference on “Humanities, science,technology and environment” held at Anjuman arts,science and commerce college and PG studies in English Vijayapur organized by Deccan environmental and research organization vijaypur on 28th Aug 2017.

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