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SCHEME
M.Sc. Physics (Nano–Science & Technology) Part– I (i & ii semesterS)

2016 – 2017 & 2017 – 2018 sessionS


Code

Title of Paper

Hours

(Per Week)

Max. Marks

Examination Time (hrs)

Semester I

Total

Ext.

Int.




Core Papers













NT 1.1.1

Mathematical Physics

4

80


60


20


03

NT 1.1.2

Classical Mechanics

4

80


60

20

03

NT 1.1.3

Condensed Matter Physics

4

80

60

20

03


Elective Papers*















NT 1.1.4

  1. Analog Electronics

  2. Remote Sensing

  3. Microwave and its Propagation

4

80


60

20

03

NT 1.1.5

Lab Practice: Electronics

9

120

90

30

03

NT 1.1.6

Computer Laboratory

3

60

45

15

03























Semester II
















Core Papers
















NT 1.2.1

Quantum Mechanics

4

80


60


20


03

NT 1.2.2

Digital Electronics

4

80


60

20

03

NT 1.2.3

Fundamentals of

Nanotechnology



4

80


60

20

03

Elective Papers*















NT 1.2.4

  1. Applied Optics

  2. Mathematical Physics and Classical Mechanics

  3. Computer Fundamentals and Programming with C++

  4. Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy

4

80

60

20

03

NT 1.2.5

Lab Practice: Laser-Optics

9

120

90

30

03

NT 1.2.6

Computer Laboratory

3

60

45

15

03


NOTE: Only one Elective paper will be offered depending on the availability of staff.*

Semester I


NT 1.1.1

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS

Maximum Marks: External 60 Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Internal 20 Total Teaching hours: 50

Total 80 Pass Marks: 35%


Out of 80 Marks, internal assessment (based on two mid-semester tests/ internal examinations, written assignment/project work etc. and attendance) carries 20 marks, and the final examination at the end of the semester carries 60 marks.
Instruction for the Paper Setter: The question paper will consist of three sections A, B and C. Each of sections A and B will have four questions from respective section of the syllabus. Section C will have 10 short answer type questions, which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly. Each question of sections A and B carries 10 marks. Section C will carry 20 marks.
Instruction for the candidates: The candidates are required to attempt two questions each from sections A and B, and the entire section C. Each question of sections A and B carries 10 marks and section C carries 20 marks.
Use of scientific calculator is allowed.
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