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Bachelor of Science in Physics is an undergraduate three-year (six semesters) degree course that mainly focuses on reasoning, understanding and improving the scientific world through keen and systematic observations.

The course mainly deals with providing an in-depth understanding of the concepts and details about how laws of physics work.

It offers adequate scope with regard to higher education as well as career. There exist ample master level courses for candidates who are interested in higher education. Apart from this, the candidate can seek career opportunities in Research organizations and other related areas. The higher education after B. Sc Physics increases the proximity to get into a high designation job withrewarding compensation packages.

Educational
Objective

BSc (Physics) graduates will be able to

PEO1. Interpret the knowledge of the consequences of physics to manage projects in multidisciplinary environment.
PEO2. Apply the principles of physics to solve problems in interdisciplinary fields of science.
PEO3. Classify various opportunities associated with applications of Laws of Physics.
PEO4. Develop the awareness to be professionally and ethically responsible in the scientific domain.

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DISCOVER FUTURE PROSPECTS

DISCOVER FUTURE PROSPECTS

The bachelor degree course in Physics acts as the base to study various higher education courses. Upon completion of the course, the candidate can go for a master’s degree in various specialized areas. There is provision to go for higher education after a master’s degree in Physics.

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EXPERT MATRIX

EXPERT MATRIX

  • Dr. Jenishkumar Patel
    -Ph.D. (Ulster University, United Kingdom)
  • Dr. Yogesh N Jani
    -Ph.D. (Physics)
  • Dr. Prashant R. Ghediya
    -Ph.D. (Charotar University of Science and Technology, Changa, Anand, Gujarat, India)
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360 DEGREE EDUCATION MODEL

360 DEGREE EDUCATION MODEL

  • A structured 3 tier program to ensure that students acquire necessary soft skills and professional attributes that elevate their employability index.
  • Hands-on experience with campus placement drives which give students exposure and insights into the industry and breed confidence.
  • Rigorous training programs to upgrade and innovate the teaching methodologies to help faculty stay a step ahead in the dynamic field of education.

DESIRED
OUTCOMES

Our infrastructure and workstation are designed in such a way that the students of Marwadi University come out with these qualities:

  • Science Knowledge: Apply pure and interdisciplinary science knowledge for the solution of various scientific and engineering problems.
  • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze scientific problems reaching validated conclusions using basic principles of sciences.
  • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis, and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex scientific activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • The science and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional practice.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the scientific practice.
  • Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • Communication: Communicate effectively on various activities with the Science community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • Science projects and funding: Demonstrate knowledge for writing and managing scientific projects in various disciplines and apply these to its own work, as a member and leader in a team, manage funds for scientific projects from various funding agencies and NGOs.
  • Lifelong learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Eligibility Criteria

  • 12th in Science with a minimum of 45%

DISCOVER
DIMENSIONS

Physics graduates can find ample career openings both in public as well as private sector enterprises. They can apply for all governmental jobs that insist on graduation as the basic qualification. One can find various opportunities in governmental organizations like DRDO, VSSC, ISRO, SSPL, etc. They are also recruited in space research centers and in research laboratories. The following list shows some of the common job types and employment areas for Physics graduates.

 

Job Types

  • Lab Supervisor
  • Researcher
  • Lab/X-ray Technician
  • Teacher
  • Consulting Physicist
  • Research Assistant
  • Assistant Scientist
  • Radiologist
  • A testing officer in the meteorological testing laboratory
  • Officials in the R & D lab in various engineering industries
  • Public sectors, like PRL, SAC, BARC, ISRO, CSIR laboratories, and DRDO and other Government Organisations

 

Main Employment Areas

  • Research institutes
  • Laboratories and Institutes
  • Educational Institutes
  • Agricultural Research services
  • Hospitals
  • Power Generating Companies
  • Renewable Energy sectors
  • Construction Firms

 

Higher education in Physics helps a student get into high-designated jobs with high salary packages as they gain experience and expertise.

RESEARCH CAPABILITY AND FOCUS AREA
Labs

All the programmes are embedded in mature and highly sophisticated research culture to ensure the multi-dimensional growth of the students. We have:

Material Science Lab

The Material Science Lab. is an independent laboratory that supports and fosters interdisciplinary education and research on advanced materials in science and engineering. The laboratory supports the research of more than 15 faculty members from the departments of Physics, Chemistry, Microbiology and Civil Engineering.

The Lab. facilities include:

  • P-E loop Tracer
  • LCR meter
  • Muffle Furnace (1400 ˚C)
  • Spin Coater
  • Double distillation plant
  • Superconducting Set-up
  • Electromagnets (1.2 T)
  • Astronomical Telescope

Optics/Solar Lab

The Optics/Solar Lab. is separately dedicated for the optics experiments. It is also used for solar and renewable energy research. The lab. also includes departmental library covering more than 200 books on NET related materials, magazines, reference books, etc. The laboratory supports the project work for MSc students working on solar photovoltaics and optics.

Physics Lab – I  (Mechanics)

Physics Lab-II (Electronics and Electromagnetism)

Physics Lab – III,  Physics Lab – IV(Applied Physics and Engineering)

The laboratories of Mechanics, Electronics, Electromagnetism, Applied Physics, and Engineering are utilized for the academic curricular experiments of BSc, MSc and Engineering students.

Welcome to the
Department of Physics

Established in 2016, the Department of Physics is committed to inculcate analytical thinking in students and make them compete and contribute to the changing technology- centered advancements in Physics with services to society. Faculties from diverse background make our department very proud and hence an effective educator in teaching and research in Physics. The department offers UG and PG programs where students can learn Space Physics, Solid State Physics, Quantum Physics, Material Science, Electronics, Communication Physics, Atomic & Molecular Physics, Mathematical Physics, Computational Physics, Thin Films and Solar Cells, Plasma Physics. The department is also in close tie-up with other reputed national institutes such as IPR, BARC, SVNIT,UGC-CSR Indore, IIT Bombay, etc.  and universities such as Saurashtra University, M S University of Baroda, etc. which further provides a platform to our students for career development.

We aspire to become role models for the coming generations to dive into the world of Physics through theoretical and experimental adventures. We invite you to our department and grab an opportunity to collaborate for future plans.

Discover a World of Opportunities with Marwadi University!
-HOD, Physics

Teaching Scheme

Semester I
Subject Code Subject Name Type Teaching Scheme (Hours) Credits Theory Marks Tutorial/ Practical Marks Total Marks
Theory Tutorial Practical ESE IA CSE Viva (V) Term work (TW)
02PY0101 Electromagnetism BS 4 0 0 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
02PY0132 Physics-I BS 4 0 2 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
02CY0101 Chemistry-I BS 4 0 2 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
02MA0131 Mathematics-I BS 4 2 0 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
02PY0102 Physics Practicals-I BS 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 25 25 50
02SL010X English-I (Elective) HSS 2 0 0 2 0 30 20 25 25 100
Total 18 2 6 22 200 150 100 150 150 750
English-I (Elective) Teaching Scheme

(Hours per week)

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks
Theory ESE IA CSE Viva (V) Term Work (TW)
Reading and Writing for Science (RWS) 02SL0102 2 Hours 00 30 20 25 25 100
Speaking and Presentation Skills (SPS) 02SL0103 2 Hours 00 30 20 25 25 100
Semester II
Subject Code Subject Name Type Teaching Scheme (Hours) Credits Theory Marks Tutorial/ Practical Marks Total Marks
Theory Tutorial Practical ESE(E) Mid Sem (M) Internal(I) Viva (V) Term work (TW)
02PY0182 Physics-II BS 4 0 2 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
02PY0151 Elements of Modern Physics BS 4 0 0 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
02CY0151 Chemistry-II BS 4 0 2 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
02MA0191 Mathematics-II BS 4 2 0 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
02SL015X English-II (Elective) HSS 2 0 0 2 0 30 20 25 25 100
02PY0152 Physics Practicals-II BS 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 25 25 50
Total 18 2 6 22 200 150 100 150 150 750
Teaching Scheme

(Hours per week)

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks
English-II (Elective) Theory Assignments Term-Paper Term-end Presentation* Viva** In-Class Participation
English Through Fiction (ETF) 02SL0152 2 Hours 20 20 20 20 20 100
English Through Movies (ETM) 02SL0153 2 Hours 20 20 20 20 20 100
Semester III
Subject Code Subject Name Type Teaching Scheme (Hours) Credits Theory Marks Tutorial/ Practical Marks Total Marks
Theory Tutorial Practical ESE(E) Mid Sem (M) Internal(I) Viva (V) Term work (TW)
02PY0231 Physics-III BS 4 0 2 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
02PY0201 Electronics-I BS 4 2 0 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
02MA0241 Mathematics-III BS 4 2 0 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
02ES0201 Environment Studies BS 2 0 0       2 50 30 20 0 0 100
02PY0202 Physics Practicals-III BS 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 25 25 50
02SL0201 English-III HSS 2 0 0 2 0 30 20 25 25 100
Total 16 4 4 20 200 150 100 125 125 700
English-III Teaching Scheme

(Hours per week)

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks
Theory Assignments Term-Paper Term-end Presentation* Viva** In-Class Participation
English Through Non-Fiction (ETNF) 02SL0201 2 Hours 20 20 20 20 20 100
Semester IV
Subject Code Subject Name Type Teaching Scheme (Hours) Credits Theory Marks Tutorial/ Practical Marks Total Marks
Theory Tutorial Practical ESE(E) Mid Sem (M) Internal(I) Viva (V) Term work (TW)
02PY0281 Physics-IV BS 4 0 2 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
02PY0251 Electronics-II BS 4 2 0 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
02MA0291 Mathematics-IV BS 4 2 0 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
02CR0401 Career Readiness Program BS 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 25 25 50
02PY0252 Physics Practicals-IV BS 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 25 25 50
02SL0251 English-IV HSS 2 0 0 2 0 30 20 25 25 100
Total 14 4 6 20 150 120 80 150 150 650
English-IV Teaching Scheme

(Hours per week)

Evaluation Scheme Total Marks
Theory Assignments Term-Paper Term-end Presentation* Viva** In-Class Participation
English For Workplace (EFW) 02SL0251 2 Hours 20 20 20 20 20 100
Semester V
Subject Code Subject Name Type Teaching Scheme (Hours) Credits Theory Marks Tutorial/ Practical Marks Total Marks
Theory Tutorial Practical ESE(E) Mid Sem (M) Internal(I) Viva (V) Term work (TW)
02PY0301 Classical & Quantum Physics BS 4 2 0 5 100 30 20 25 25 150
02PY0302 Solid State Physics BS 4 2 0 5 100 30 20 25 25 150
02PY0303 Waves & Optics BS 4 2 0 5 100 30 20 25 25 150
02PY0304 Mathematical & Statistical Physics BS 4 2 0 5 100 30 20 25 25 150
02PY0305 Physics Practical-V BS 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 25 25 50
Total 16 8 4 22 200 120 80 125 125 650
Semester VI
Subject Code Subject Name Type Teaching Scheme (Hours) Credits Theory Marks Tutorial/ Practical Marks Total Marks
Theory Tutorial Practical ESE(E) Mid Sem (M) Internal(I) Viva (V) Term work (TW)
02PY0351 Molecular Spectroscopy BS 4 2 0 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
02PY0352 Nanoscience BS 4 2 0 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
02PY0353 Nuclear and Particle Physics BS 4 2 0 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
02PY0354 Physics Practicals-VI BS 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 25 25 50
02PY0355 Minor Project BS 0 0 8 4 0 0 0 100 50 150
Total 12 6 12 21 150 90 60 200 150 650

Placement
Stories

PLACEMENT IN SWIGGY AS OPERATIONAL MANAGER FOR ENTIRE WEST REGION.
Every year, we have around 150+ renowned companies visiting Marwadi University for campus recruitment. The education and training that we receive at Marwadi University give us an edge in the market. We are so well trained by our Learning and development department and Placement cell who work hand-in-hand, equipping us with all 21st-century skills. I was recruited in campus interview and currently, I am placed in Bangalore for my internship training. Thanks to Marwadi University, I have begun very well – and as they say, ‘Well begun is half done’, right?

DHRUMIL KOTAK – MBA, MARKETING – 2019

PLACEMENT IN ZOMATO AS REGIONAL MANAGER - 2019.
I joined Marwadi University in 2015. From that day my journey to grow and thrive began. My faculty has played a pivotal role in carving my destiny. Our ‘Learning and Development Department’ trained us with 21st-century soft skills – a must in today’s jobmarket. Thank you, Noor Ali Sir, you made our language classes stimulating. Through our Marwadi Placement Department I started my career as a subordinate in Zomato – but thanks to the skills I learned at Marwadi – within 21 days I was promoted to the post of a regional manager in ‘Zomato’. And my package is a whopping 6 lakh+.  Thank you, MU and the placement cell, – who helped me at every juncture.

RITUL SHARMA PASSED MECHANICAL ENGINEERING IN 2019

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