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The department of Physics was started in the academic year 1968 with an intake of 120 students. This department was started with an intension to strengthen the science education in the northern part of Karnataka.
The Department of Physics is equipped with modern laboratory equipment’s. All round development of students is aimed at with emphasis on the projects, practical trainings, seminars, campaigns, science exhibitions workshops.

VISION

To make the Department of Physics under the umbrella of VMKSR Vastrad Arts, Science & VS Bellihal Commerce College, Hungund the most preferred centre of higher education.

GOALS & OBJECTIVES OF THE DEPARTMENT

  • To create an opportunity for meaningful learning in the areas of Physics for the students in the region.
  • To develop world class teaching and research laboratory facilities for training students for higher education and job opportunity.
  • To develop the human capital from this region to contribute to the growth of Science and Technology.
  • To develop a center of research and higher education for social development of the region.
Sl. No. Name Qualification Designation
1 Mr. A.H. Teli M.Sc. Asst. Prof & Physics
2 Mr. M.H. Madar M.Sc. Asst. Prof

Sl. No.

Name

Qualification

1

Prof. R. C. Honawad

M.Sc.

2

Prof. D. B. Mathapati

M.Sc.

3

Mr. A.H. Teli

M.Sc.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs), PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs), COURSE OURTCOMES (Cos):

Department of Physics

 

 

 

 

Programme Outcome

On successful completion of this program, students would be able to:

Students will employ critical thinking and the scientific method to design, carry out, record and analyze the results of many nuclear physics experiments and get an awareness of the impact ofPhysics on the environment, society, and other cultures outside the scientific community.

Physics deals with a wide variety of systems; certain theories are used by all physicists. Each of these theories were experimentally tested numerous times and found to be an adequate approximation of nature. Physics uses mathematics to organize and formulate experimental results. From those results, precise or estimated solutions, quantitative results from which new predictions can be made and experimentally confirmed or negated. The results from physics experiments are numerical measurements. Technologies based on mathematics, like computation have made computational physics an active area of research.

 

 

 

Programme Specific Outcome

The theory of classical mechanics(it is a branch of physics) accurately describes the motion of objects, provided they are much larger than atoms and moving at much less than the speed of light. These theories continue to be areas of active research today. Similarly, Quantum Mechanics, Nuclear & Particle Physics and other mechanics.

The design and execution of the experiment should demonstrate an understanding of good laboratory and the proper handling of equipment’s like radioisotopes and also explain how the applications of Physics relates to the real world.

Course Outcomes

Courses

                                                 Outcomes

 

Mechanics, Properties of Matter and Sound

To gain the knowledge the students in order to, Learn motion of bodies and sound waves

Acquire basic knowledge of mechanics, properties of matter and

gravitation

Know how to apply the conservation of rotational motion

Thermo Dynamics

To aim is to provide the basic concepts of Thermodynamics 

To understand the principle of calorimetry

Understand the basic principle and laws of Thermodynamics

 Able to understand kinetic theory of gases and thermal conductivity.

 Able to understand conversion of heat energy into other form of energy.

Optics

To provide a good foundation in optics

 Able to understand about properties of light and their applications.

To provide a knowledge of the behavior of light

To inspire interest for the knowledge of concepts is physical and geometrical physics

 

 

 

 

 

Atomic Physics and Spectroscopy

To provide a detailed study of atom & Vector Model of the Atom

To learn the impact of magnetic fields in spectra

To learn the behavior of atom in various states

To provide a knowledge of the application of observed theories

 

 

Mathematical Physics

To acquire knowledge and apply it to various physical problems

To apply the develop the problem solving ability

To motivate the students to apply matrices or solving problems in spectroscopy, nuclear physics

To understand Frobenius Method and Special Functions

Electronics

To acquire knowledge and apply it to various electronically instruments

To apply the development of the electronic instruments

To motivate the students to apply the principles of electronics in their day-to-day life.

 

 

Electricity and Magnetism

To gain knowledge about the electrical energies in order to

Learn motion of charges

Acquire basic knowledge of magnetic properties

Know about the alternating current and its circuits

Get a depth knowledge about electricity and magnetism

 

 

Digital Electronics

To give description for the students in order to

To give basic idea to operate the device

Learn the logic gates

Acquire basic knowledge of binary addition

Understand the action and application of counters

 

Quantum Mechanics and Relativity

To acquire knowledge and apply it to various physical problems

To apply the develop problem solving ability

To motivate the students to apply Schrödinger’s equation or solving problems in Wave mechanics, Nuclear physics etc..,

 

 

Nuclear & Particle Physics

To acquire knowledge of subatomic particles

Study of the structure of nucleus

Know the formation of nucleus and their binding energy

To motivate the students and analyze the energy released by the nucleus during the fission and fusion process.

 

Students will be able to understand

  • Special Functions 
  • Review of Bohr's theory of hydrogen atom, Sommerfeld's modification of the Bohr atomic model (qualitative). Spatial quantization and spinning electron…etc.

Mathematical Physics – II. Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics and Atmospheric Physics

  • Molecular Physics: Pure rotational motion, Spectrum and selection rules; Vibrational motion, vibrational spectrum and selection rules

 

  • Lasers Introduction; Spontaneous and stimulated emission; Einstein's coefficients and optical amplification; Population inversion etc.

 

ATMOSPHERIC PHYSICS: Fixed gases and variable gases; Temperature structure of the atmosphere etc.

 

 


 

EVENTS:

  • On 22nd July 2020 the National level e-Quiz Competition has beenconducted on the topic of “Nuclear Physics”.
To inculcate in young people social, cultural and moral values by imparting education and make them responsible citizens.

Address for the Correspondence:


Mr. A.H.Teli
Head, Department of Physics
Laboratory Section, 1st Floor
VMKSR Vastrad Arts, Science & VS Bellihal Commerce College,
Hungund-587118
Mobile Number: 9611953795
E-mail id: vmksrphysicsdept@gmail.com
E-mail id: anand1993phy@gmail.com
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