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RGPV CBGS Engg Physics Syllabus BT 2001 Credit Based Grading System SET B

As we know that the Rajiv Gandhi Proudhyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal i.e. RGPV is the biggest government technical University in the MP and it is only 1 government technical University in this state. The RGPV University present in the syamala Hills , Bhopal and all official work done only in the campus. It has many affiliated colleges which obey the all rules and regulations of that university. 
                    In the current session RGPV launches new courses of those students who are taking admission under the RGPV University Credit Based Grading System (CBGS) and after the completion of that course student will get B. Tech degree from the RGPV University.

               Here we Give the details of 1st year syllabus; please not it very carefully. and it is common for all branches like IT,EC,EE, EX,IP,IEM,CM,BT,BM, CS, EI / IC, CE, ME, FT, TX, AU,
MI, & AT (Information Technology, Electronics, electrical engineering, instrumentation, Bio medical, Mechanical, Fire technology, Textiles, Computer Science, Chemical Engineering Branches) .We are also advised to you please refer the official website of RGPV; of RGPV; i.e. www.rgpv.ac.in for more clarification.

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RGPV CBGS Engineering Physics Syllabus - Code BT 2001

Course Contents:

Module 1: Wave nature of particles and the Schrodinger equation (8 lectures)

Introduction to Quantum mechanics, Wave nature of Particles, operators ,Time-dependent and time-independent Schrodinger equation for wavefunction, Application: Particle in a One dimensional Box, Born interpretation, Free-particle wavefunction and wave-packets, vg and vp relation Uncertainty principle.

Module 2: Wave optics (8 lectures)

Huygens’ principle, superposition of waves and interference of light by wave front splitting and amplitude splitting; Young’s double slit experiment, Newton’s rings, Michelson interferometer, Mach-Zehnder interferometer.
Farunhofer diffraction from a single slit and a circular aperture, the Rayleigh criterion for limit of resolution and its application to vision; Diffraction gratings and their resolving power.

Module 3: Introduction to solids (8 lectures)

Free electron theory of metals, Fermi level of Intrinsic and extrinsic, density of states, Bloch’s theorem for particles in a periodic potential, Kronig-Penney model(no derivation) and origin of energy bands. V-I characteristics of PN junction, Zener diode, Solar Cell, Hall Effec .

Module 4: Lasers (8 lectures)

Einstein’s theory of matter radiation interaction and A and B coefficients; amplification of light by population inversion, different types of lasers: gas lasers ( He-Ne, CO2), solid-state lasers(ruby, Neodymium),Properties of laser beams: mono-chromaticity, coherence, directionality and brightness, laser speckles, applications of lasers in science, engineering and medicine. Introduction to Optical fiber, acceptance angle and cone, Numerical aperture, V number, attenuation.

Module 5: Electrostatics in vacuum (8 lectures)

Calculation of electric field and electrostatic potential for a charge distribution; Electric displacement, Basic Introduction to Dielectrics, Gradient, Divergence and curl,Stokes’ theorem, Gauss Theorem, Continuity equation for current densities; Maxwell’s equation in vacuum and non-conducting medium; Poynting vector.

List of Experiment


1.         To determine the dispersive power of prism.
2.         To determine the ʎ of sodium light with the help of newton’s Ring.
3.         Resolving Power of Telescope.
4.         YDSE (Young’s double slit Experiment).
5.         To determine the frequency of AC mains supply.
6.         V-I Characteristics of P-N junction diode.
7.         To determine the ʎ of diode loses by single slit diffraction.
8.         To determine the plank’s constant with the help of photocell.
9.         Hall’s effect experiment.
10.       Calibration of ammeter by using reference zener diode.
11.       To study the effect of temperature on reverse saturation current in P-N junction diode and to determine the energy band gap.
12.       To determine the ʎ of sodium by using plane diffraction grating.
13.       To determine the prominent lines of mercury source by plane diffraction grating.
14.       To determine the numerical aperture of an optical fiber.
15.       To determine ʎ of given laser by plane diffraction grating.

Suggested Reference Books

1.         A. Ghatak, Optics.
2.         O. Svelto, Principles of Lasers.
3.         David Griffiths, Introduction to Electrodynamics.
4.         D.J. Griffiths, Quantum Mechanics.
5.         Halliday & Resnick, Physics.




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