Program of Physics Department

Category: Program of Physics Department Published on Monday, 05 February 2018 Written by Super User

Programs

            Regular

           CEDP

UG- program

PG- Program

UG- Program

PG- Program

Applied

physics

MSc. in condensed matter  physics

Applied physics

Weekend and Summer

Laboratory technology

MSc. in Astrophysics

 

MSc. in Condensed matter physics

 

PhD- in Solid State Physics

 

MSc. in Astrophysics

The general objectives of BSc.

 ü  To provide a broad knowledge and understanding of the basic principles of Physics and the ability to apply that knowledge and understanding to solve physical problems;

 ü  To enable students express their ideas clearly and cogently in both written and verbal form;

 ü  To insure high quality education in Physics within a stimulating and supportive environment committed to excellence in Physics (theoretical, experimental, computational, research and community services);

 ü  To educate students the core of Physics areas at the necessary depth, while they are encouraged to be critically receptive to new ideas and to attain their full academic potential;

 ü  To equip students with a sound base of knowledge and understanding in Physics;

 ü  To expose students to the applications of physical principles in various branches of Physics;

 ü  To support students develop the ability to carry out experimental or/and other investigations, analyze their results critically, draw valid conclusions, and communicate their findings both verbally and in writing;

 ü   To lay the foundations and transferable skills essential for further training and for the development of skills and knowledge;

 ü  To render public consultations in areas closely related to Physics;

 ü  To create an environment that gives students opportunities to develop personal confidence, self-reliance and career aspirations.

 ü  To train students with a basic courses in Physics that will enable them to be academically and professionally qualified to solve physical problems;

 ü  To develop the students ability to work independently and in groups or cooperatively;

 ü  To equip students with necessary confidence, understanding and skills that he/she needs to take up his/her civic responsibilities;

 ü   To enhance the capability of the students to work as professional physicists in industries, research and other institutions/organizations;

The general objectives of BSc Physics laboratory technology

 Ø  To provide a broad knowledge and understanding of the basic principles of Physics and the ability to apply that knowledge and understanding to solve  to manipulate the physics laboratory apparatuses ;

 Ø  To enable students express their ideas clearly and cogently  though experiment;

 Ø  To substantiate  the theoretical  Physics within a stimulating and supportive environment committed to excellence in experimental  Physics;

 Ø  To educate students the core of Physics areas at the necessary depth, while they are encouraged to be critically receptive to new ideas and to attain their full academic potential;

 Ø  To equip students with a sound base of knowledge and understanding in Physics;

 Ø  To expose students to the applications of physical principles in various branches of Physics;

 Ø  To support students develop the ability to carry out experimental or/and other investigations, analyze their results critically, draw valid conclusions, and communicate their findings both verbally and in writing;

 Ø  To lay the foundations and transferable skills essential for further training and for the development of skills and knowledge;

 Ø  To render public consultations in areas closely related to Physics;

 Ø  To create an environment that gives students opportunities to develop personal confidence, self-reliance and career aspirations.

 Ø  To train students with a basic   Physics laboratory technology that will enable them to be academically and professionally qualified.

The main objectives of PG-programs:

ü  Establish a firm foundation for scientific and technological development by providing basic research techniques in physics.

ü Train experts who are needed in national development sectors such as energy, industry, communication, research, and teaching at University/College levels and secondary schools.

ü  Pursue higher level training in different fields of physics

ü  Develop intellectual and communication skills necessary to present and articulate research findings in verbal and written formats.

ü  Develop skills of numerical manipulation and statistical analysis of data using sophisticated computer software.

Admission Requirement

a.       The BSc. program

l  To be admitted to the BSc program in Physics, a candidate should satisfy the general admission requirements of the respective Universities and must have at least a pass grade in Physics and mathematics in the Department Entrance Examination.

b.      The BSc. program in Physics laboratory Technology

l  To be admitted to the BSc program in Physics laboratory Technology, a candidate should satisfy the general admission requirements of the Universities and must have at least a pass grade in Physics and mathematics in the higher education Entrance Examination.

c.       The MSc. Program

Any person who has:

Ø  Met the general admission requirements of the University.

Ø  Successfully completed undergraduate training in physics from a recognized university.

Ø  Passed the Entrance Examination of the Department can be admitted to the graduate program.

d.      The PhD program

In order to be admitted to the PhD program, the applicant must
l  Have M.Sc /M.Ed degree in physics, with a minimum CGPA of 3.00.
l  Should have a thesis grade of minimum good and if non thesis B+ grade

l  Manage to get a suitable advisor for his PhD dissertation.

l  Also meet the general admission requirements of the University.

PG-Programs in the department currently   

·         Astrophysics

·         Condensed Matter Physics  

Programs to be lunched in the near future

·         Environmental Physics

·         Atmospheric physics

·         Quantum physics

·         Space physics

Seminars and Conferences

        ·      Seminars and conferences are organized in the department on a regular basis

               Research and Publications

·  Most academic staff members conduct research in their area of interest. From their research work, they formulate research projects for their students. The research carried out by students along with their advisors will be published in various journals.

Facilities

·  Regarding facilities the Department has include 6 offices for the academic staff, one store, one library, two office for PhD students and one lecture rooms for graduate classes. In addition, the Department has three undergraduate labs, one graduate research labs, and one computer labs.

Partnership and Collaboration

·     Osmania University, Hyderabad

Contacts

Current head of the Department

  1.  Name: Dereje Wakgari Amente

Mobile: +2519-457-59692

Email:   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. /deregari@gmail.com

Office location: Department of Physics, Main campus                                               

Building & Room No: Department of Physics, Block-42/Room-3

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