Name of the Department: Physics
Year of Establishment: June 1996
About the Department
Department of Physics established in the year June 1996 and running academic programs at UG level. There is one well equipped laboratory in the department. The department is enriched with learning resources such as charts and modern facilities like computers, internet and LCD smart board. These resources help the students in independent learning.
The Department teaching faculty is actively involved in research in various fields of Physics. Head of the Department, Mr.G.W.Gangurde has 4 years experience. Department have 05 teaching staffs and 01 Laboratory Assistant and 01 Laboratory Attendent.
Department have purchased required practical instruments for performing practical.
Vision of the Department
To establish a Platform for the dissemination and creation of knowledge through teaching and research in Physics at various levels. To help create a scientific society which encourages logical thinking.
Mission Statement of the Department
 To offer state of the art academic programmes in physics and in inter disciplinary areas. To develop interest in physics.
Goals
 To carry out experiments to understand the laws and concept of Physics.
 To apply the theories learnt and skills acquired to solve real time problems.
 To acquire a wide range of problems solving skill, both analytical and computational and to apply them.
Programs Offered:
Sr.No.  Name of the Programme  Year of introduction of programme  Duration of introduction of Programme  Intake 
1.  B.Sc Physics  202223  3  120 
POs/COs/PSOs
 Programme Outcomes
Program Outcome: B.Sc. ( Physics)  
1  Programme Outcome of Physics deals with a wide variety of systems, certain theories are used by all physicists. 
2  The science stream endeavours the spirit of scientific inquiry and analytical thinking among the students. 
3  It also provides opportunities to learn experimental concepts related with life science. 
4  Acquired the knowledge with facts and figures related to various subjects in pure sciences such as Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Mathematics, etc. 
5  Understood the basic concepts, fundamental principles, and the scientific theories related to various scientific phenomena and their relevancies in the daytoday life. 
6  Each of these theories were experimentally tested numerous times and found to be an adequate approximation of nature. 
7  Physics uses mathematics to organize and formulate experimental results. 
8  From those results, precise or estimated solutions, quantitative results from which new predictions can be made and experimentally confirmed or negated. 
9  The results from physics experiments are numerical measurements. 
10  Technologies based on mathematics like computation have made computational physics an active area of research. 
 Programme Specific Outcomes
Program Specific Outcome : B.Sc. ( Physics)  
1  To foster scientific attitude, provide indepth knowledge of scientific and technological concepts of Physics. 
2  To enrich knowledge through problem solving, minor/major projects, seminars, tutorials, review of research articles/papers, participation in scientific events, study visits. 
3  To familiarize with recent scientific and technological developments. 
4  To create foundation for research and development in Physics. 
5  To help students to learn various experimental and computational tools thereby developing analytical abilities to address real world problems. 
6  To train students in skills related to research, education, industry, and market. 
7  To help students to buildup a progressive and successful career in Physics. 
8  Explain evaluate and effectively interpret factual clarions theories and assumptions for students’ discipline (Physics). 
9  Find access critically evaluate and ethically use of information. 
10  Integrate quantitative and qualitative information to reach creative conclusions. 
11  Apply concepts of sustainability to analyse challenges facing humans and earth’s resources. 
12  Familiarize with recent scientific and technological developments. 
13  Help students to learn various experimental and computational tools thereby developing analytical abilities to address real world problems. 
14  Train students in skills related to research, education, industry and market. 
15  Help student to buildup a progressive and successful career in physics. 
Course Outcome: B.Sc Physics Credit Pattern CBCS: 201920
Course Outcome : B.Sc. (Physics) Semester 1  
Class  Course Title  Outcome 
F.Y.B.Sc. 
PHY111Mechanics and Properties of Matter  · To understand the concept of motion displacement velocity Newtons laws of motion.
· To understand Work and Energy, Work done with varying force. · To demonstrate Fluid mechanics, Bernoulli’s Principle, viscosity. · To understand property of matter, stress and strain, Hook’s law, young’s modulus. solving the problem. 
PHY112Physics Principles and Application  · To understand the general structure of atom, spectrum of hydrogen atom.
· To understand the atomic excitation and LASER principles. · To understand the bonding mechanism and its different types. · To demonstrate an understanding of electromagnetic waves and its spectrum. · Understand the types and sources of electromagnetic waves and applications. · To demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered. 

PHY113 Physics LaboratoryIA  · To train students in skills related to research, education, industry, and market.
· To help students to buildup a progressive and successful career in Physics. · Study and use of various measuring instrument such as vernier calliper, micrometer screw Gauge, Travelling microscope. · Study of various practical related to research level such as LASER ,Spectromter, Flat spiral spring with moment of intertia of disc, Coefficient of viscosity angle of prism. 

S.Y.B.Sc. 
PHY211
Mathematical Methods in Physics I 
· Understand the complex algebra useful in physics courses
· Understand the concept of partial differentiation. · Understand the role of partial differential equations in physics · Understand vector algebra useful in mathematics and physics · Understand the singular points of differential equation. 
PHY212Electronics II  · Apply laws of electrical circuits to different circuits.
· Understand the relations in electricity · Understand the properties and working of transistors. · Understand the functions of operational amplifiers. · Design circuits using transistors and operational amplifiers. · Understand the Boolean algebra and logic circuits. 

Course Outcome : B.Sc. (Physics) Semester II  
Class  Course Title  Outcome 
F.Y.B.Sc. 
PHY121 Heat and Thermodynamics  · To understand thermodynamic state, Van Der Waal’s equation with study of laws of thermodynamic.
· To understand the concept of Heat transfer mechanism, Study the different types of heat engine such as Carnot’s cycle, Diessel otto cycle ,refrigerator Principles, Air conditioner. · To study the thermometry, Gas filled thermometer, bimetallic thermometer, Platinum resistance thermometer, thermocouple. 
PHY122 Electricity and Magnetism  · To understand the concept of the electric force, electric field and electric potential for stationary charges.
· Able to calculate electrostatic field and potential of charge distributions using Coulomb’s law and Gauss’s law. · To understand the dielectric phenomenon and effect of electric field on dielectric. · To Study magnetic field for steady currents using BiotSavart and Ampere’s Circuital laws. · To study magnetic materials and its properties. · Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered. 

PHY123 Physics Laboratory 1B  · Study of thermocouple, specific heat oh gravity, thermal conductivity of lee’s method, Carnot’s cycle.
· Design charging and discharging of capacitor LR circuit, Kirchhoff’s law, Diode characteristics, frequency of AC mains. 

S.Y.B.Sc. 
PHY221Oscillations, Waves and Sound  · Understand the physics and mathematics of oscillations.
· Solve the equations of motion for simple harmonic, damped, and forced oscillators. · Formulate these equations and understand their physical content in a variety of applications, Describe oscillatory motion with graphs and equations, and use these descriptions to solve problems of oscillatory motion. · Explain oscillation in terms of energy exchange, giving various examples. Solve problems relating to undamped, damped and force oscillators and superposition of oscillations. · Understand the mathematical description of travelling and standing waves. Recognize the onedimensional classical wave equation and solutions to it. · Calculate the phase velocity of a travelling wave. · Explain the Doppler effect, and predict in qualitative terms the frequency change that will occur for a stationary and a moving observer. · Define the decibel scale qualitatively, and give examples of sounds at various levels. Explain in qualitative terms how frequency, amplitude, and wave shape affect the pitch, intensity, and quality of tones produced by musical instruments 
PHY 222Optics  · Acquire the basic concepts of wave optics. Describe how light can constructively and destructively interfere. Explain why a light beam spreads out after passing through an aperture. summarize the polarization characteristics of electromagnetic waves. Appreciate the operation of many modern optical devices that utilize wave optics .
· Understand optical phenomena such as polarization, birefringence, interference and diffraction in terms of the wave model. Analyze simple examples of interference and diffraction phenomena. Be familiar with a range of equipment used in modern optics. 

PH223: PRACTICAL COURSE  · Use various instruments and equipment. Design experiments to test a hypothesis and/or determine the value of an unknown quantity.
· Investigate the theoretical background to an experiment. Set up experimental equipment to implement an experimental approach. · Analyze data, plot appropriate graphs and reach conclusions from your data analysis. · Work in a group to plan, implement and report on a project/experiment. Keep a wellmaintained and instructive laboratory logbook. 

Course Outcome : B.Sc. (Physics) Semester V  
Class  Course Title  Outcome 
T.Y.B.Sc  Mathematical Method in PhysicsII  CO 1: Student will get information about various coordinate systems for solving physics
CO 2: Student will able to explain different problems between Newtonian & Einstein relativity. CO 3: Student can solve physics problems using differential equations. CO 4: Student will know the important of Special function in physics & their solutions. 
T.Y.B.Sc  Electrodynamics  CO 1: Student will be able to solve problems on electric intensity & potentials using law of electrostatics.
CO 2: Student will explain generation of magnetic field by electric currents. CO 3: Student will interpret the meaning of the Maxwell’s equations in magnetic & dielectric media. 
T.Y.B.Sc  Classical Mechanics  CO 1: Student will use conservation of energy & linear as well as angular momentum to solve dynamic problems.
CO 2: Student will able to solve problems related to Newton’s laws, Kepler’s laws & their applications in planetary motion. CO 3: Student can explain types of scattering & get idea of canonical Transformation for solving problems in mechanics. CO 4: Student may apply Lagrangian & Hamiltonian equations to solve these problems. 
T.Y.B.Sc  Atomic and Molecular Physics  CO 1: Student will explain various atomic models & their assumption as well as applications.
CO 2: Student can get idea of different types of coupling. CO 3: Student will able to develop Zeeman effect set up. CO 4: Student will know idea of rotational & vibrational spectra. CO 5: Student can explain Raman spectroscopy & their applications. 
T.Y.B.Sc  CProgramming & Computational Physics  CO 1: Student will know the basic idea of algorithm, flowchart, syntax of Cprogramming language reserve words constant, variables, operators, arrays, pointers, functions etc.
CO 2: Student will solve problems in Physics using different Computation methods such as Newton Rhason method, Bisection method, Trapezoidal rule, Simpson’s rule etc. CO 3: Student will know the basic graphic commands to draw different figures. CO 4: Student can write Cprogram for any problem in physics. 
T.Y.B.Sc  Elements of Material Science  CO 1: The student will explain electric, mechanical & thermal properties of materials.
CO 2: Student will study defect in solid like line, surface & volume defects. CO 3: Student will know diffusion mechanism according to Fick’s law. CO 4: Student studies phases of metals & explain CRSS(Critical Resolved Shear stress), Plastic deformation. CO 5: Student will know polymerization process. CO 6: Student will know about ceramic materials by addition & condensation methods. CO 7: For phase diagram student will know lever rule & Gibb’s phase rule & phases of substance. CO 8: Student will know about smart materials along with their properties & applications. 
T.Y.B.Sc  Energy studies  CO 1:Students become capable of conduction energy audits and give consultancy in that field.
CO 2:Students can design different types of solar heaters for small domestic as well as large scale community level applications. CO 3:Students acquire skills to implement solar PV systems at domestic levels as well as for office premises and educational institutions. Students become able to start their own enterprise in net metering. CO 4: Students get ideas and hence become selfemployed in the field of design, production, commissioning and implementation of biomass energy sources , biogas plants, gasifiers, wind mills, hybrid systems etc. CO 5:Students can go for research in the fields of supercapacitors, battery technologies, fuel cells and material synthesis for implementation of these technologies. CO 6:Students become successful entrepreneurs in the energy field. Students strive to make the regions where they live and work selfsufficient in generating and fulfilling their own energy needs using different energy solutions. 
T.Y.B.Sc  Physics Work shop Skill  Objectives:This course is to get exposure with various aspects of instruments and their usage through handson mode.
Course outcomes:After completion of this course students will able to handle and test various instruments. 
T.Y.B.Sc  Practical Courses  CO: Student will get knowledge by verifying law’s of physics after performing experiment in the laboratory. 
T.Y.B.Sc  Project Course  CO: Student will get idea of research work by completing project in the laboratory and can draw the conclusion of the project. 
Course Outcome : B.Sc. (Physics) Semester VI  
T.Y.B.Sc  Solid State Physics  CO 1: Student will know various types of crystal structures & the properties.
CO 2: Xray diffractions techniques for nalysis of materials. CO 3: Theoretical knowledge about band of metals, insulator & semiconductors. CO 4: Student will know different magnetic materials, their characteristics& uses. 
T.Y.B.Sc  Quantum Mechanics  CO 1: Student will get basic knowledge of classical & quantum mechanics & comparison of two.
CO 2: Get idea of wave function & its normalization. CO 3: Student can derive Schrodinger’s time dependent & timeindependent equations & can apply them to solve problems in physics & get appropriate solutions. CO 4: Student will get the idea of uncertainty principle &application of it. CO 5: Student will know operators in quantum mechanics & their properties to find expectation values. CO 6: Student can solve different properties of commutator operators. CO 7: He will get idea of parity of functions. CO 8: Student can obtain eigen vale & eigen functions. 
T.Y.B.Sc  Thermodynamics & Statistical Physics  CO 1:Student will explain assumptions of Kinetic theory of gases.
CO 2:He will explain the physical significance of Maxwell’s equations and get idea of statistical concepts for solving physics problems. CO 3: He can calculate density states, probability using statistical laws. CO 4: Student will know different types of ensembles used in statistics. CO 5: Student will get idea of classical and quantum statics. CO 6: Student will get knowledge of skill to use statistical physics method, such as Boltzmann distribution, Gibb’s distribution, Fermi Dirac and Bose Einstein distribution to solve Physics problem. 
T.Y.B.Sc  Nuclear Physics  CO 1:Student will get idea of nuclear and their properties.
CO 2: Student will explain radioactivity & its applications. CO 3: Students will know the fundamental properties of nuclear forces, particle accelerators and detectors. CO 4: Student will get information about energy generation using nuclear reactions and can calculate the parameters of nuclear reaction such as packing fraction. CO 5: Student will able to demonstrate A knowledge and broad understanding of nuclear physics. 
T.Y.B.Sc  ElectronicsII  CO 1: Student will explain different types of diode and their applications.
CO 2: Student will classify amplifiers and able to design different types of amplifiers. CO 3: Student will know applications of OpAmp. Such as integrator, differentiator, adder, subtractions. CO 4 : Student will explain block diagram and applications of time 555. CO 5: Student can explain different types of power supply (723, 78XX,79XX etc). CO 6: Design of law higher voltagepower supplies. CO 7: Student can explain adder, subtractor, multiplexer, demultiplexer using logic gates, CO 8: Use of Flipflops, counters and registers. CO 9: In all at the end student can design and analyse the electronic circuit and can understand current voltage characteristics of voltage characteristics of semiconductor devices 
T.Y.B.Sc  Renewable Energy SourcesII  CO.1:Students become capable of conduction energy audits and give consultancy in that field.
CO2:Students can design different types of solar heaters for small domestic as well as large scale community level applications. CO3:Students acquire skills to implement solar PV systems at domestic levels as well as for office premises and educational institutions. Students become able to start their own enterprise in net metering. CO.4: Students get ideas and hence become selfemployed in the field of design, production, commissioning and implementation of biomass energy sources , biogas plants, gasifiers, wind mills, hybrid systems etc. CO 5:Students can go for research in the fields of supercapacitors, battery technologies, fuel cells and material synthesis for implementation of these technologies. CO6: Students become successful entrepreneurs in the energy field. CO7: Students strive to make the regions where they live and work selfsufficient in generating and fulfilling their own energy needs using different energy solutions. 
T.Y.B.Sc  Solar PV System: Installation, Repairing and Maintenance  Objectives:
1. In this skill oriented course, student will study basics of solar photovoltaic (PV)cells, modules, and system components. 2. Design and sizing of offgrid PV system for homes, apartments as well as commercial offices. 3. Understanding energy conversion from sunlight to electricity, and working with solar conversion equipment. 4. This Course will hands on experience needed to become selfemployed. Outcomes: CO 1:Learn basics of light conversion in electricity. CO2: Hands on training will motivate to use Solar PV system. CO 3:Become entrepreneur/self employed. CO 4:Analyzed of MSEB electricity bill and design and sizing of offgrid PV system CO 4:Participants will learn about solar PV module and batteries used in solar PV plant. 
Instrumentation for Agriculture  Objective:
● To make students familiar with the constructions and working principle of microprocessor ● To make students aware about microprocessor
Outcome: After successful completion of this course students are supposed to develop their own applications/ mini/ tiny projects using microcontroller. 

T.Y.B.Sc  Practical Courses  CO: Student will get knowledge by verifying law’s of physics after performing experiment in the laboratory. 
T.Y.B.Sc  Project Course  CO: Student will get idea of research work by completing project in the laboratory and can draw the conclusion of the project. 