Graduates with a major in physics will be able to,
PO1: Develop their basic knowledge in Physics, which enables them to be strong in scientific concepts and practical skills.
PO2: Expertise in mathematics and the mathematical concepts needed for a proper understanding of physics.
PO3: Acquire knowledge in Classical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, Electromagnetism, Thermal Physics, Atomic and Nuclear Physics and be able to apply this knowledge to analyze a broad range of physical phenomena.
PO4: Measure, analyze and interpret physical parameters.
PO5: Apply critical reasoning skills to model and solve physics related problems.
PO6: Communicate scientific information in oral, written, and graphical formats.
Graduates with a major in physics will be able to understand: ,
PSO1: Clear knowledge about mechanics of macroscopic and microscopic bodies (classical and quantum mechanics)
PSO2: Concept of heat, transmission of heat, kinetic theory of gases and laws of thermodynamics.
PSO3: The concepts of optics, such as interference and diffraction properties of light and acquires the knowledge of handling optical instruments.
PSO4: Basic principles of electricity and magnetism and apply the concepts in energy applications.
PSO5: The principles of atomic physics and explore their knowledge in identification of structures and energy levels using X-rays and lasers for various spectroscopic studies.
PSO6: Concept of semiconductors and familiarize the operation of amplifiers & basic electronic circuits.
PSO7: The concept of radioactivity, nuclear fission and fusion and working mechanism of nuclear reactor.
PSO8: Basic concepts in nano science and explore the applications of nano materials in various technologies.