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DEPARTMENTS


Physics

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Prof. Mr. Bharat Kangude

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Designation: Associate Professor
Qualification: M.Sc, NET, MA(Eco)
Address: Baburaoji Gholap College
Phone No: 9890106937
Email:

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Faculty
Faculty in Physics
Sr.No. Photo Name Qualification Position CV
1 no photo found Prof. mr. Satish Ekar
satishuekar@gmail.com
M.Sc., SET Associate Professor Read CV
2 no photo found Prof. mr. Bharat Kangude
bharatkangude@gmail.com
M.Sc, NET, MA(Eco) Associate Professor Read CV
3 no photo found Prof. dr. Yogesh Khollam
ykhollam@yahoo.co.in
M.Sc.,Ph.D Associate Professor Read CV
4 no photo found Prof. smt. Jyoti Yande
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M.Sc. Assistant Professor Read CV
5 no photo found Ms. Madhavi Latha
madhavilathagv@gmail.com
M.Sc. M.Phil Assistant Professor Read CV
6 no photo found Prof. mrs. Jyoti Khairnar
Jyot.physics@gmail.com
M.Sc. , M.Phil (Physics),Ph.D.Pursu Assistant Professor Read CV
7 no photo found Ms. Sanjeevani Bansode
srbansode4@gmail.com
M.Sc(Physics),Ph.D. Assistant Professor Read CV
8 no photo found Mr. Vaibhav Walve
vaibhav.walve@gmail.com
M.Sc(Phy), NET Assistant Professor Read CV
Aim
To impart knowledge and motivate students to use physics in day to day life for the well-being of society. To strengthen the project activity by enhancing research knowledge.
Objectives
To understand concepts in physics and impart experimental skills for better knowledge. To strengthen the project activity by enhancing research knowledge among the students and teachers.
Courses: PO/PSO/CO

PSO:  

UG :

1.Students will demonstrate proficiency in mathematics and the mathematical concepts needed  for a proper understanding of physics.

2. Students will demonstrate knowledge of classical mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, and thermal physics, and be able to apply this knowledge to analyze a variety of physical phenomena.
3. Students will show that they have learned laboratory skills, enabling them to take
measurements in a physics laboratory and analyze the measurements to draw valid
conclusions.
4. Students will be capable of oral and written scientific communication, and will prove that they can think critically and work independently.
5.students can use ICT skills for communication and analysis.
6.Use appropriate software such as programming languages and packages in a physics investigation

Program Specific Outcomes

M.Sc Physics

The Master of Science in Physics programme provides the candidate with knowledge, general competence, and analytical skills on an advanced level, needed in industry, consultancy, education, research, or public administration.

The candidate has substantial knowledge in physics, basic knowledge in mathematics, and knowledge in supported fields like computer science.

The candidate has some research experience within a specific field of physics, through a supervised project.

The candidate understands the role of physics in society and has the background to consider ethical problems.

 Receive training in research skills and methodology

Receive skills of numerical manipulation and statistical analysis of data using sophisticated computer software

Students are aware of range of physical sciences with specific applications in medicine such as radiotherapy & imaging

With a master's degree in physics from the area of biological and medical physics, you will acquire an understanding of how the properties of complex biological systems are governed by the fundamental laws of physics.

You will learn how different external physical factors including ionizing radiation, electrical and magnetic fields and thermal effects influence biological systems.

 With masters degree candidate can be eligible for SET, NET, GATE, JRF exams. They can also apply for research institutes like BARC , TIFR,IUCAA,IISER etc

 With masters degree candidate can go for M.Phil, Ph.D

 

Course outcomes : Physics                                                

 F.Y.B.Sc. Semester 1

Paper 1: Section 1: Mechanics

1. Kinematics equations focus on real life problems. 

2. Student can able to differentiate between scalar and vector quantities.

3. Students understand to correlate the relations between position, velocity and acceleration.

4. Students understand the Frame of References i.e. inertial and non inertial frame of references. 

5. To understand relation between work and energies. 

6. They can differentiate the conservative and non-conservative forces. 

7. Students perceive an idea about basic concepts of fluid mechanics. 

8. To understand various laws in Fluid mechanics. 

9. Also students perceive an understanding of elasticities in different bodies. 

Paper 2: Section 1: Heat and Thermodynamics

1. Learner understood basic concept of heat. 

2. Students understand all four fundamental laws of Thermodynamics. 

3. To understand the work done in various processes i.e. isothermal and adiabatic process. 

4. To understand the concept of Entropy

5. To understand the mechanism of Carnot’s cycle and Carnot’s heat engine.

6. To understand the difference in working and mechanism of Otto engine and Diesel engine. 

7. To understand the working principle of refrigerator. 

8. To understand the working principle of various thermometers. 

Semester 2

Paper 1: Section 2: Physics Principles and Applications

 

1. To understand the electromagnetic waves and its spectrum.

2. To understand the development in atomic theory.

3. To understand the principle and characteristics of lasers. 

4. To understand the molecular physics, bonding mechanism in molecules. 

5. To understand difference between Rotational and Vibrational energy levels. 

6. To understand the electromagnetic spectrum. 

7. To understand the applications of electromagnetic spectrum. 

 

Paper 2: Section 2: Electromagnetics

1. Understanding the relation between the voltage, current and resistance using the Coulomb’s law.

2. The basics of the electric and magnetic field can be used to repair basic household appliances.

3. Dielectrics study will help to understand the usefulness of the material as insulator and store charge (in case of capacitor).

4. Identification of Polar and Nonpolar molecules is possible which may be helpful to identify the behavior of materials under applied fields.

5. Charge storage designing will be easy.

6. Classification, identification and study of magnetic materials is very helpful in designing any circuit or replacing the damaged component (like magnet in a speaker).

7. Understanding any phenomena related to electric and magnetic fields will be simplified.

Semester 1 and 2: 

Paper 3: Practical

1. Acquire knowledge to handle laboratory instruments. 

2. Achieve an ability to collect data and graph plotting. 

3. Understanding of safety measures.

4. Gain knowledge of understanding concept of physics behind particular experiment. 

5. Demonstrations give an idea of validation of physical quantities, various laws, fields and forces. 

S.Y.B.Sc.

Semester I

Paper I: Mathematical methods in Physics

 

1. Understand the concept of complex algebra and their operations.  

2. Does the algebra of complex numbers Argand diagram method and learns the related theorem. 

3. Learns to apply complex algebra to determine velocity and accelerations. 

4. Understand the concept of partial differentiation and related differentiation rules. 

5. Learns to calculate the singular points and conditions for maxima and minima. 

6. Using the definitions of scalars and vectors dot product and cross product are calculated with their physical significance. 

7. Scalar and vector triple product were calculated with their geometrical interpretation. 

8. Learns the Vector differentiation. 

Paper II: Electronics

1. Learns the laws of electrical circuit and applied to different circuit. 

2. Learns the properties, working and applications of transistors. 

3. Learns the properties, working and applications of Operational Amplifiers. 

4. Gets the concept of positive and negative feedback and learns to construct an oscillator and understand it’s working. 

5. Learns the concept of half and full wave rectifiers and construct a power supply using them. 

6. Learns different types of number system and their interconversions. 

7. Gets the introduction to logic gates and their applications.

8. Learn the De Morgan's theorem and its verifications.  

Semester II

Paper I: Waves & Oscillations

 

1. Understand the physics and mathematics of Oscillations. 

2. Learns to distinguish between Undamped, damped and Forced Damped Oscillator.  

3. Understand the applications of Undamped, damped and Forced Damped Oscillator.  

4. Learns to write and solve the differential equations of wave motion in continuous media. 

5. Gets the introduction to seismic waves.

6. Understands the Doppler effect in sound and apparent in different cases. 

7. Doppler Effect in light is studied based on this red shift and Violet shift are explained. 

8. Learns the principle and working of radar using Doppler Effect. 

9. To understand the concept and physics behind Sound.

 

Paper II: Optics 

1. Understand the various ideas of the nature and behavior of light.

2. Learn the ideas of reflection and refraction of light at curved surfaces.

3. Describe the various types of aberrations caused by lenses and the remedial measures.

4. Deal with optical systems containing two or more lenses and gets the introduction to cardinal points.

5. Understands the working of the optical instruments that are commonly encountered.

6. Appreciate the dual nature of light, focuses on wave nature to understand the phenomenon of interference and diffraction.

7. Understand the concept of coherence and its role in determining the conditions of interference, its effects in thin films and important applications of interference.

8. Deals with the Fraunhofer class of diffraction and understands the principles and working of grating.

9. Gets the detailed account of phenomenon of polarization, different methods of producing and detecting the polarized light.

 

Semester I and II

Paper III 

Practical course 

 

1. After completing this practical course students will be able to use various instruments and equipment. 

2. Design experiments to test a hypothesis and/or determine the value of an unknown quantity. 

3. Investigate the theoretical background to an experiment. 

4. Set up experimental equipment to implement an experimental approach. 

5. Analyze data, plot appropriate graphs and reach conclusions from your data analysis. 

6. Work in a group to plan, implement and report on a project/experiment.

7. Keep a well-maintained and instructive laboratory logbook.  

T.Y.B.Sc.

Semester 3

Paper I: Mathematical Methods in Physics

1) Learns different coordinate system and transformation equations.

2) Learns the equations for differential operators which are relevant. 

3) Learns about the relation of relativity and Lillian and Lorentz transformation equations. 

4) Appreciates the concepts of length contraction, time dilation and mass energy relation.

5) Learns about partial differential equations, method of separation of variables and finding singular points for given differential equations. 

6) Learns the method of power series solution of different forms of differential equations. 

7) Learns the properties of generating functions.

Paper II: Solid State Physics

1) classify the crystals on basis of the lattice parameters and get their Bravais lattice

2) draw the different orientations of planes, calculate interplanar distance , packing fraction for different structures 

3) different characterization techniques: XRD using Bragg’s law, TGA, SEM, UV-Visible spectroscopy and their applications

4) classify the solids based on the band theory of solids and distinguish them

5) get the concept of Fermi energy and Hall effect

6) magnetic properties of materials and their classification 

7) superconductivity during the diamagnetic studies

8) ferromagnetism and their applications 

Paper III: Classical Mechanics

1) To understand the Newton’s laws of motion and its applications.

2) To understand the concepts of inertial and No inertial frame of references.

3) To understand the concept of Lagrangian & its applications, coordinate systems, etc.

4) To understand the concept of Hamiltonian & its applications. Coordinate systems, central forces, etc. Solve one body problem, rocket motion, and projectile motion problem. Concept of variation principle.

5) To understand Kepler's laws & two body problem into one body problem limitations of CM.

 

Paper IV: Atomic and Molecular Physics

 

1. The student will be able to understand the basics of atomic structure and atomic transitions.

2. The student understands the conditions under which such transitions                                                                                     occur based on selection rules and tests them with simple atomic structures.

3. draw One and two electron spectra

2. couple the orbital and spin angular monenta in the form of LS and JJ coupling schemes and apply it to He atom 

3. Zeeman and Stark effects and X- ray spectroscopy 

4. Molecular spectroscopy, the concept of rotational and vibrational energy levels  

5. Draw electronic spectra of molecules 

6. Raman effect and its applications 

Paper V: Computational Physics

1. Students understand the development in the lower to higher level languages.

2. Students get knowledge of C programming language.

3. They learn to develop Algorithms and Flowcharts for various programming problems. 

4. Students understand building blocks of C programing. 

5. They learn to use loops, control statements, arrays and pointers in programming.

6. To understand to use functions in C programming. 

7. To understand the graph plotting in C programming. 

8. Students learn to use numerical method to solve integration and to find roots of the equation. 

 

Paper VI: Elective:

A. Elements of Material Science

 Students learn  

1. different forms of solids and focus on crystallography

2. The crystal defects and calculates the equilibrium concentrations of Scotty and Frenkel defects.

3. the concept of diffusion and the law governing diffusion i.e., Fick’s law

4. to draw the phase diagram of different alloys 

5. different molecular phases and properties of ceramic materials 

6. applications of smart materials 

 

Semester 4

Paper I: Classical Electrodynamics

1. To understand the concept of charge.

2. Students learn to find out forces between two charges, their electric fields and electric potential.

3. Also they able to find the work-done while bringing charges from one point to another point.

4. Students understand the concept of image charge.

5. To understand Polarization, Electric Displacement and Electric susceptibility. 

6. Students understand the Laws of Magnetostatics.

7. To understand Magnetic susceptibility. 

8. To understand the Maxwell’s equations and its application in daily life.

7. Students understand the difference between Static charge formulation and Dynamic charge distribution. 

8. To understand the wave equation.

9. To understand the concept of Poynting theorem and Polarization of plane wave. 

Paper II: Quantum Mechanics

       Students will be able to understand:

1. The failure of classical mechanics and importance of quantum mechanics.

2. Concept of matter waves and the wave-particle duality.

3. The consequence of duality as uncertainty principle.

4. Physical interpretation of the wave equation and learns to write the different forms of the Schrodinger’s equation.

5. Operator mechanism in quantum mechanics and be able to solve problems using the above

 

Paper III: Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics

Students will be able to understand:

1. learns the assumption of kinetic theory of gases and calculate the mean free path

2. the phenomena of viscosity, thermal conductivity and diffusion and apply it to the physical activities 

3. the new parameters related to thermodynamics state functions like internal energy, enthalpy etc. and their physical interpretation and significance to the given system 

4. relation between them in the form of Maxwell’s equations

5. dealing the large system of more number of particles where the probabilities and distribution functions are relevant to be calculated

6. concepts of ensembles and classify them 

7. different distribution laws based on concept of Quantum Statistics 

 

Paper IV: Nuclear Physics

1. Learns the basic properties of Nucleus.

2. Gets the concept of electric dipole moment and quadrupole moment and symmetry.

3. Learns to calculate the binding energy and packing fractions of nucleus.

4. Classify the Nuclei based on their atomic numbers and their atomic mass numbers. 

5. Learns about radioactive disintegration and the laws of radioactive decay. 

6. Differentiate between alpha, beta and gamma rays and learn their properties. 

7. Learns the medical and industrial applications of radioactivity. 

8. Learns the stability of nucleus based on nuclear forces.

9. Classify the elementary particles.

10. Learns about various detector and particle accelerators.

11. Learns about compound nucleus formation and calculates the energy evolved during such reactions. 

12. Learns about nuclear energy generation by understanding the concept of fission and fusion. 

 

Paper V: Electronics / Advanced Electronics 

Students will be able to understand:

1. The internal structure and material of regularly used electronic components like LED, Photo diode, varactor and optocoupler.

2. The working of different classes of amplifier and be able to design amplifier using transistor.

3. Applications of OPAMP along with its parameters and construct adder, subtractor, divider and integrator circuits using it.

4. Most important function of an OPAMP i.e. a comparator.

5. The most popular and versatile IC 555 and its role as multivibrator.

6. The principle and working of a regulator using different IC’s, also design and construct one such regulator.

7. Difference between combinational and sequential circuits.

8. Boolean expression and its reduction through Karnaugh map. Using these basics, students can predict the output of a sequential logic circuit without before performing the experiment.

9. Multiplexer and demultiplexer and their role in digital circuits.

10. Different types of flip-flop and its application as counter and register.

11. Register, its types depending on its operation and how it is used to store data. 

 

Paper VI: Elective:

Lasers

Student understands 

1. The difference between ordinary light source and laser source.

2. Difference between spontaneous emission and stimulated emission and how it leads to the amplification of light.

3. will be able to define Einstein’s coefficients and gives the relation so as 

4. To have stimulated emission probability to be more.

5. The conditions under which the amplification takes place and calculates the gain.

6. The different pumping mechanisms and thus different types of lasers.

7. The applications of lasers in different areas. 

 

Paper VII: Laboratory Physics

Laboratory course I

 

1. To demonstrate the various classical methods for practical applications

2. to find the surface tension of liquid by Fergusson and Quincke’s method

3. to learn the study of XRD spectra of any matter

4. to understand the concept of atomic and molecular Physics by experimental set up such as Zeeman effect

5. to verify statistical and Thermodynamics laws

6. To understand the experiments on Nuclear and Quantum Mechanics like characteristics of G M tube, Determination of Planck’s constant

 

Laboratory Course II

 

1. Acquire knowledge to handle laboratory instruments. 

2. Achieve an ability to perform electronics experiments. 

3. Gain knowledge of understanding concept of physics behind particular electronics experiment. 

4. To understand the computer level language.

5. To understand the experiments on Acoustics and LASERs.

6. To understand the Computer Interfaced Physics Experiments.

7. To understand the Numerical Based Computational Physics.

 

Laboratory Course III (Project)

 

1. Students do small project works which links with physics they learn in class and their applications.

2. Projects are generally live projects which are worked out in various laboratories outside the college or research labs. 

3. Project work enhances their research skills and increases their ability.

Activities

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Laboratories
Laboratories of Physics
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1 Physics Lab I

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2 Physics Lab II

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3 Research Lab I

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Highlights
  1. Running Biomedical Instrumentation and medical physics as a special level for M.Sc.
  2. Use of ICT in teaching – learning process.
  3. Running COC course- Repairing and maintenance of domestic appliances

Best Practices
  1. To undertake interdisciplinary projects.
  2. Medical Checkup of senior citizens
  3. Organization of Zonal Level Avishkar thrice

Events
Events of Physics
Sr.No. Events Name Date Link
1 Marathi Film promotion "Mithun" by Ex-student Vish 2018-07-09 Know details
2 Short Term Course on Photography 2019-01-31 Know details

 

Achievements
Achievements of Physics
Sr.No. Achievements Title Name Guide Name Date Link
1 Zonal level Avishkar 2015 Pooja Baba, Jyoti Kamble Dr. Manohar Chaskar Know details
Staff Achievements
Staff Achievements of Physics
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Students Research
Students Research in Physics
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Research Publications
Research Publications of Physics
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1 Prof. mr. Satish Ekar Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles by using Ganoderma-mushroom extract

Modern Physics Letters B
Vol. 29, Nos. 6 & 7 (2015) 1540047 (5 pages) c
World Scientific Publishing Company
DOI: 10.1142/S0217984915400473

Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles by using Ganoderma-mushroom extract

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2 Prof. mr. Satish Ekar Eco-friendly Green Biosynthesis of Silver nanoparticles (Ag-NPs)

International Journal of Chemical and Physical Sciences, ISSN:2319-6602
IJCPS Vol. 3 Special Issue – NCETNN Dec-2014
www.ijcps.org

Eco-friendly Green Biosynthesis of Silver nanoparticles (Ag-NPs)
S. U. EKAR1, Y. B....

Pdf Link
3 Prof. mr. Satish Ekar Piezoresistivity and Mechanical Behavior of Metal-polymer Composites under Uniaxial Pressure

Journal of Materials Science Research; Vol. 1, No. 3; 2012
ISSN 1957-0585 E-ISSN 1927-0593

Piezoresistivity and Mechanical Behavior of Metal-polymer
Composites under Uniaxial Pressure


Majid Kazemian Abyaneh1,...

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4 Prof. mr. Satish Ekar Eco-friendly Green Biosynthesis of Silver nanoparticles (Ag-NPs)

International Journal of Chemical and Physical Sciences, ISSN:2319-6602
IJCPS Vol. 3 Special Issue – NCETNN Dec-2014
www.ijcps.org

Eco-friendly Green Biosynthesis of Silver nanoparticles (Ag-NPs)
S. U. EKAR1, Y. B....

Pdf Link
5 Prof. mr. Satish Ekar Piezoresistivity and Mechanical Behavior of Metal-polymer Composites under Uniaxial Pressure

Journal of Materials Science Research; Vol. 1, No. 3; 2012
ISSN 1957-0585 E-ISSN 1927-0593
Published by Canadian Center of Science and Education

Piezoresistivity and Mechanical Behavior of Metal-polymer
Composites under...

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Research Grant Projects
Grant received by Physics
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1 Prof. dr. Pandit Shelke Preparation of Co2O4 films by using electrochemical and spray pyrolysis deposition methods for gas sensing applications ISRO,Pune Completed Read Details
2 Prof. dr. Sharmila Chaudhari Signal analysis of hearing disability person BCUD,SPPU Completed Read Details
3 Prof. dr. Sharmila Chaudhari Microwave behavior of ayurvedic medicine BCUD,SPPU Completed Read Details

 

 

External training and consulting
Training and consulting of Physics
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