Attainment of Program outcome:

The scheme developed for the programme and the curriculum laid down for every subject is designed in a way to achieve academic excellence and meet the requirements of stakeholders and allin–all move towards the attainment of department as well as University Mission.

Administrative system helps in ensuring the Achievement of PSOs

1.Regular departmental meetings are held which is presided by HOD and all agenda of improvement of academics are discussed to achieve the PSOs.
2.The Student mentors and Project evaluation committees are formed at the department level.
3.Concerned faculty keeps a check on the students not only in academic matters but also in their personal and emotional affairs.
4.The faculty keeps a vigilant eye on course structure and suggests the changes to the University as and when required. 
Regular Examination System

The POs, PSOs and COs Objectives are determined and evaluated through a regular examination process, Class Tests, Seminars and consultation that involve four core constituents: Students, Alumni, PTA, and Faculty.
Student input is obtained through student feedback, interaction with College Student Central Association (CSCA), exit interviews with graduating students, student evaluation forms, and individual facultystudent advisee interaction. 
Feedback from Alumni / PTA

Alumni /PTA input are obtained through regular meetings with alumni/PTA representatives, and exit surveys with graduating students.
Faculty input is obtained through departmental committees, regular faculty meetings, and departmental retreats.
Student input is taken on regular basis at the end of each semester. 
Attainment of each of the PSOs and COs can be judged from the following:

Increase in pass percentage of students.
Percentage of students qualifying GRE, GATE, TOEFEL and other competitive exams is increasing.
Rise in the number of students going for PG programmes in reputed institutions in India and abroad.
Increase in number of placement per student and in better industries after the completion of the degree programme.
Percentage of failures in different courses is reducing every year. 
Name of Program

Program Specific Outcomes

M.Sc. Physics
Career Prospects

M.Sc. Graduate from the degree programme in physics has a profound knowledge of physics and an adequate knowledge of the supporting minor subjects. She/he has a scientific way of thinking and solving problems.She/he is able to search for information and draw up reports, using the concepts of physics. She/he is capable of evaluating information with a critical approach.She/he also has a basic knowledge of the development of the scientific way of thinking and world view. She/he knows how to apply the existing knowledge of physics and how to carry out wide learning entities, research projects and laboratory demonstrations for teaching purposes.
Opportunities after M.Sc. program include doing research in leading national and international universities, laboratories and research institutes. Some of the students go ahead to do industrial research in various fields, or opt to take up non academic jobs. Many find teaching jobs in schools or colleges.

Name of course (Course ode)

Course Outcomes

Mathematical Physics
(PHYMS101)

The aim and objective of the course on Mathematical Physics is to equip the M.Sc. student with the mathematical techniques for understanding theoretical treatment in different courses
On completion of this course a students should be able to:
1. Apply techniques of complex analysis to solve integration.
2. Explain linear dependence and linear combination of
vectors as quantities in physics.
3. Solve special function Bessel, Legendre, Hermite, Lagurre
functions.
4. Define and manipulate the Dirac Delta, beta and gamma
function and will be able to derive their various properties.
5. Be fluent in the use of Fourier and Laplace
transformations to solve differential equations.
6. Solve partial differential equations with appropriate
initial or boundary conditions with Green function
techniques.
7. Able to understand and apply group theory in physics
problems.

Classical Mechanics
(PHYMS102 )
Course Learning Outcomes:

The aim and objective of the course:
The aim and objective of the course on Classical Mechanics is to train the students of M.Sc. class in the Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formalisms for discrete systems, Conservation theorems, Rigid body motion, Hamiltons equations, Canonical Transformations, Poisson’s and Lagrangian brackets, Euler equations, HamiltonJacobi Theory and Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Formulations for continuous systems and fields to an extent that they can use these in the modern branches like Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Field Theory, Condensed Matter Physics, Astrophysics etc.
Students will have understanding of:
1. The Lagrangian and Hamiltonian approaches in classical mechanics.
2. The classical background of Quantum Mechanics and get familiarized with Poisson brackets and Hamilton Jacobi equation.
3. Kinematics and Dynamics of rigid body in detail and ideas regarding Eulers equations of motion.
4. Theory of small oscillations in detail along with basis of free vibrations.

Electronics I
(PHYMS103)

This course is to introduce students to the different components of microprocessors and microwave communication system.
At the end of this course students will:
1. Know the working and applications of one bit memory (flip flop).
2. Understand the working various components of digital
system like; registers, counters, converters and opamp etc.
3. Understand the role of each component of microprocessor 8085.
4. Know the assembly language programming of
microprocessor.
5. Be able to use op amp to perform various
operations.
6. Understand the working various microwave generating
devices.
7. Understand the microwave communication and
advantages.

Computational Methods in
Physics
(PHYMS104)

This course teaches the students programming tactics, numerical methods and their implementation like applying to problem in physics, including modeling of classical physics to quantum system as well as data analysis (Linear and non linear). Use analysis techniques for propagating error, representing data graphically. Create, solve and interpret basic mathematical tool.

Practical (PHYMS105)

Physics Laboratory is to train the students to experimental techniques in general physics, electronics and condensed matter physics so that they can verify some of the things read in theory here or in earlier classes, so can corelate the theoretical concepts with the experimental ones and are confidence to handle sophisticated equipment.
The laboratory should help the student develop a broad array of basic skills and tools of experimental physics and data analysis. Helps students develop collaborative learning skills that are vital to success in many lifelong endeavors.

Quantum Mechanics I (PHYMS201)
Course Learning Outcomes:

The aim and objective of the course:
The aim and objective of the course on Quantum Mechanics is to introduce the students of M.Sc. class to the formal structure of the subject and to equip them with the techniques of Linear Vector Space ,Matrix Mechanics, General Angular Momentum, Perturbation Theory and Fermi Golden Rule so that they can use these in various branches of physics as per their requirement.
Students will have understanding of:
1. Importance of Quantum Mechanics compared to
Classical Mechanics at microscopic level.
2. Linear vector spaces, Hilbert space, concepts of Basis,
Vector and Operators and Bra and Ket notation.
3. Matrix formulation of Quantum
Mechanics.
4. Time evolution of Quantum Mechanical systems i.e.
Schrödinger, Heisenberg and Interaction pictures and their
applications.
5. Various tools to calculate Eigen values and total Angular
Momentum of particles.

Condensed Matter Physics
(PHYMS202)

It is important to understand the origin of various properties of condensed matter before using them, or designing new kind of material for particular application. This course is designed to impart the knowledge of theories and models in the field of condensed matter physics.
At the end of this course students will have
1. Knowledge of models and theories developed to study the
thermal and electrical conductivity of insulators and
conductors.
2. Understanding of different methods of band structure
calculation.
3. Ability to characterize materials on the basis of band gap.
4. Knowledge of different properties of semiconductors and
Super conductors.
5. Knowledge of microscopic and macroscopic dielectric property
of materials.
6. Knowledge of possible defects in a material and different
properties of amorphous materials.
7. Ability to apply the obtained concepts to challenges in
condensed matter physics.

Statistical Physics
(PHYMS203 )

The aim of the course is to familiarize the students with the techniques and principles of Statistical physics to understand different systems (Ideal gas, non ideal gas, Fermi gas and boson gas).
On completion of this course a student should be able to:
1. Understand the fundamental principles of statistical
physics.
2. Derive Gibbs distribution function and will be able to
find out Gibbs distribution of different systems.
3. Derive and understand Boltzmann distribution function,
free energy of ideal gas, equation of state for ideal gas.
4. Derive Vander Waals formula, virial coefficient and
scattering amplitude.
5. Understand and derive Fermi and Bose distribution and
applications.

Electrodynamics
(PHYMS204)

This course includes the postulates of special theory of relativity, Lorentz transformations, motion of particle in various aspects of electric and magnetic fields like constant and varying fields including nonrelativistic and relativistic motions of charge particle and magnetic mirroring. The Covariant Formulation of Electrodynamics in Vacuum gives information of Four vectors in Electrodynamics, covariant continuity equation, wave equation, covariance of Maxwell equations. The aim of the course is to take a glimpse of radiation from accelerated charges, Thomson scattering, Rayleigh scattering, absorption of radiation by bound electron.

Practical (PHYMS205)

1. The course is designed to train the students so that they
can efficiently handle various instruments.
2. Students will verify laws studied in the different theory
course.
3. Students will practically study the working of different
electronic components/ circuits.
4. Students will measure different properties of materials.
5. Students will be able to write programme for different
numerical methods.

Quantum Mechanics II (PHYMS301)
Course Learning Outcomes

The aim and objective of the course:
The aim and objective of the course on Quantum Mechanics is to introduce the students of M.Sc. class to the formal structure of the subject and to equip them with the techniques of Relativistic Quantum Mechanics: Klein Gordon equation, Dirac equation, fine structure of hydrogen atom, Lamb shift, Field Quantization, Relativistic Quantum Field Theory so that they can use these in various branches of physics as per their requirement.
Students will have understanding of:
1. Theory of Scattering and calculation of Scattering Cross
Section, Optical theorem, Born Approximation and partial
wave analysis etc.
2. Theory of Identical Particles
3. Relativistic Quantum Mechanics using Dirac equation,
Dirac matrices, The Klein Gordon equation etc
4. Second quantization of the Schrödinger wave field for bosons
and fermions

Material Science
(PHYMS302)

From this course student will be able to think critically and understand the relationship between nano /microstructure, characterization, properties, processing and design of new material. Posses the skill and different material characterization techniques necessary for modern material practice.

Nuclear Physics
(PHYMS303)

This course is designed to provide understanding of structure and properties. At the end of this course students will have understanding of:
1. Nuclear forces and stability.
2. Nuclear models (Shell and Collective).
3. Excited states, quadruple moment, spin, parity and
magnetic moment.
4. Experimental methods used to study the different properties of nuclei.

High Energy Physics
(PHYMS304)

The aim and objective of particle Physics is to familiarize with the concepts of Scattering Kinematics, Scattering Matrix and Phase Space, Dalitz plots. Invariance principles and conservation laws: parity, Charge, time reversal, charge conjugation, GParity, CP and CPT invariance. Unitary groups SU2, SU3 , Quark Model, Gell Mann Okubo Mass Formula, Weak Interactions, Classification of weak Interactions, Universality of Weak Interactions, Fermi Theory of weak interactions, Intermediate Vector Boson Hypothesis, Helicity of Neutrino, Two Component Theory of Neutrino, KoKo Mixing and CP Violation, KoKo Regeneration.

Practical (PHYMS305)

1. The course is designed to train the students so that they
can efficiently handle various instruments.
2. Students will verify laws studied in the different theory
course.
3. Students will practically study the working of different
electronic components/ circuits.
4. Students will measure different properties of materials.
5. Students will be able to write programme for different
numerical methods.

ElectronicsII
(PHYMS 401)

Course is to train and equip students to become skilled and specialized in vast discipline of Physics and Electronics. Know basics of electronics, its fabrication and synthesis techniques. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.

Nuclear and Particle Astro physics
(PHYMS402(b))

The aim and objective of particle Physics is to familiarize with the concepts of
The observational basis of Nuclear Astrophysics, The Origin of the
Universe, the Hadron Era, the Lepton Era, The Radiation Era Stellar Evolution, Evolution of Stars Nucleosynthesis, the Standard Model of the Universe, The Cosmdogical principle and the expansion of the Universe.

Nano Physics (PHYMS403(a))
Course Learning Outcomes

The aim and objective of the course:
The aim and objective of the course on Nano Physics is to familiarize the students of M.Sc. to the various aspects related to Preparation, Characterization and study of different properties of the nano materials so that they can pursue this emerging research field as career.
Students will have understanding of:
1. Different type of nano materials, and their synthesis
techniques
2. Size dependence of various
properties
3. Various applications and perspectives of nanotechnology
in the development of value added new products and
device.

Optoelectronics (PHYMS04(c))

Optical fibers are the media for fast and low noise communication. This course is designed to introduce the students to the working of different components of optical fiber communication system. At the end of this course students will
1. Understand the working of light emitting sourced used in
optical fiber communication.
2. Understand the physics behind the optical communication.
3. Know the various techniques of optical fiber fabrication.
4. Understand the detection process.
5. Know the working of various semiconductor based optical
signal detection devices.
6. Understand the working of display devices (LCD and
holography).

Project (PHYMS405)

All the M.Sc. Physics Students will do a supervised Physics Project in IV Semester. Department considers it an important culmination of training in Physics learning and research. This project will be a supervised collaborative work in Theoretical Physics (Condensed Matter Physics, Nuclear Physics, and Particle Physics), Experimental Physics, and Computational Physics. The project will aim to introduce student to the basics and methodology of research in physics, which is done via theory, computation and experiments either all together or separately by one of these approaches. It is intended to give research exposure to students at M.Sc. level itself.

Attainment of Course
outcomes

Attainment of outcome of each courses evaluated by conducting two Mid semester exams (one in the middle of the semester i.e. 7th week and the second at the closing of the semester i.e. 14th week) and one End semester.

Attainment of Program Specific outcomes

Attainment of Program Specific outcomes of M.Sc. Physics program is evaluated by keeping record regarding placement of pass out students.
1. Increase in pass per centage of students.
2. Percentage of students qualifying GRE, GATE, TOEFEL
and other competitive exams is increasing.
3. Rise in the number of students going for M. Phil. and
Ph.D. programmes in reputed institutions in India and
abroad.
4. Increase in number of placement per student and in better
industries after the completion of the degree programme.
5. Percentage of failures in different courses is reducing every
year.
