Department of Physics

 

ELIGIBILITY:

Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.) in Physics, Applied Physics, Electronics, Electronics & Communication, B. Sc. Physics (Hons.), General B. Sc. or any subject with at least three papers of Physics studied at graduation level.

INTAKE = 40

SALIENT FEATURES:

Physics is a branch of science which is concerned with the study of matter, energy and the interaction between them. The course is of 2 years (4 semesters), imparts knowledge on the fundamental principles of several branches in Physics. This course covers the knowledge of various fields like, condensed matter physics, semiconductor science, spectroscopic techniques, satellite communication, meteorology, electrodynamics, nano science & electronics, biophysics, renewable energy science etc. Course work includes Project work in last semester. One of the highlight is that a large number of elective courses are available for students.


JOB SCOPE:

Research labs, Academic and Education institution, Atomic and Space organization, Meteorology departments, Renewable Energy Organizations, Biophysical research labs etc.
They can work as Research Scientist, Lecturer/Professor, Physicist at various places etc.
After this Masters course, students can opt for M.Phil. and Ph.D. in Physics or a specialization in Physics.


FACILITIES:

Theory based Practical kits
  

State of Art Laboratory with Spectroscopic and Analytical Instruments at SICART Facility for research based project work.
  


SYLLABUS STRUCTURE:

CVM UNIVERSITY
VALLABH VIDYANAGAR – 388 120, GUJARAT
M. Sc. [PHYSICS]
[First Year] Structure for Semester System

Criteria for offering the Elective Papers:
The Elective paper at M. Sc. (Physics) First Semester will be offered from:
PS01EPHY1: Analog Circuits
PS01EPHY2: Elements of Solid State Physics & Error analysis
PS01EPHY3: Non linear Dynamics, Relativity & Cosmology

The Elective paper at M. Sc. (Physics) Second Semester will be offered from:
PS02EPHY1: Semiconductor Power Devices & Applications
PS02EPHY2: Magnetic & Optical properties of Condensed Matter
PS02EPHY3: Meteorological Parameters & Devices