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BHU Entrance Examination for M.Sc. Physics

Generally, BHU Entrance Examination is conducted every year in the months of May. BHU Entrance Exam notification is normally out in the months of January.

M.Sc. (Physics) Programme:

B.Sc. (Hons.)/ B.Sc. under at least 10+2+3 pattern securing a minimum of 50% marks in the aggregate in Science subjects (considering all the three years of B.Sc. Course). The subject in which admission is sought must be Hons. subject at B.Sc. (Hons.) level/a subject studied in all the three years at Graduate level.

M.Sc. (Tech) in Geophysics:

B.Sc. (Hons.)/ B.Sc. under at least 10+2+3 pattern securing a minimum of 50% marks in the aggregate in Science subjects (considering all the three years of B.Sc. Course). The subject in which admission is sought must be Hons. subject at B.Sc. (Hons.) level/a subject studied in all the three years at Graduate level.

Candidates who have studied Physics, Mathematics and one more Science subject for Bachelor of Science can also apply for the programme.

Ph.d Physics:

The candidates holding PG degrees in their allied subjects can also apply to the RET Physics.

M.Sc. (Physics) Programme:

There will be 120 Objective type questions on this Question Paper. All questions are compulsory. Each question carries 3 marks but wrong answer will be given -1 point.

M.Sc. (Tech) in Geophysics:

This Question Paper also consists of 120 Objective type questions which are compulsory. Each question carries 3 marks but wrong answer will be given -1 point.

BHU RET (Ph.d Physics):

This Booklet includes 40 objective questions followed by 10 short answer questions.

BHU RET comprises three sections viz:

Test A: Logical and Analytical Test

Test B: Test to assess Subject Knowledge

Test C: Research proposal and Personal Interview

Ph.D. aspirants require to clear each stage of this exam in order to be considered for BHU Ph.D. Admission.

(iii) for admission to Ph.D. in Geophysics, candidates holding BE/B.Tech. degree in Mining Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Science and Technology would also be eligible.

Every year, JNU Entrance Examination is held in December. The JNU MSC notification is out in the months of October.

M.Sc. (Physics) Programme:

Bachelors degree (with Physics as one of the subjects) under the 10+2+3 pattern of education with 55% marks in the aggregate (or in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics combined), or in Physics Honours or B.Tech. (Electronics/Electrical/ Mechanical/Computer) degree.

Ph.d Physical Sciences:

M.Sc. degree in Physics, Chemistry or Mathematics with at least 55 % marks. Candidates having M.Sc. in Physics or Chemistry should have Mathematics at least up to the B.Sc. level. Exceptions can be made in case of applicants with B.Tech (Computer/ electronics/ electrical/mechanical) degrees provided they successfully qualify the entrance examination

M.Sc. (Physics) Programme:

The question paper will be of Objective type questions. All questions are compulsory. Each question carries 4 marks but there will be negative marking of 25% (0.25) for each wrong answer i.e 1 mark will be deducted. You can use calculator in the exam hall.

Ph.d Physical Sciences:

This Question Paper will be of Subjective type questions. There will be two Parts, i.e., Part-A and Part-B. All questions are compulsory. You can use calculator in the exam hall.

DU Entrance Examination is conducted the months of June. The notifications announcing the DU Entrance Examination published in the months of March in the weekly journal of nation-wide circulation (Employment News).

M.Sc.-Physics Programme:

Science Graduate or Engineering with Physics and Mathematics as two of the Subjects of study. 60% or above marks in the aggregate and 60% or above marks in Physics.

Ph.d Physics Programme:

M.Sc. Physics Programme:

The question paper shall be of 50 Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) type. There will be NEGATIVE MARKING for wrong answer.

Ph.D Physics Programme:

There will be 60 questions and each question carries 3 marks. There will be 1 Mark deduction for every wrong answer. The maximum marks are 180.

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M.Sc. Entrance Exam (PHYSICS)

Note: The entrance examination paper shall consist of 100 objective type questions. The

candidate shall be required to attempt all the questions. The syllabus for entrance exam along

with distribution of marks, wherever applicable, is as follows:

Multiplication and differentiation of vectors, gradient,divergence and curl of a vector, Gauss and

Stoke's theorems,Centre of mass, Work and energy, Conservative and non Conservative forces.

Law of conservation of energy, Motion in central field, Two particle central force problem and

reduced mass, Compound pendulum, Linear and angular momenta, Torque and angular

momentum. Moment of inertia. Calculation of M.I. of some simple objects, Flywheel. Elastic

constants, Torsion of cylinder, Bending beam, Cantilevers, Viscosity, Poiseuille's formula,

Stoke's law. S.H.M., Differential equation of wave motion, Lissajous figures, Damped and

forced oscillations. Fourier analysis.

Fermat's principle, Cardinal points, Aberrations, Eyepieces. Interference, Fresnel's biprism,

Interference in thin film, Newton's rings, Michelson Interferometer. Diffractions, Simple theory

of Fresnel diffraction with applications. Fraunhoffer diffraction- single slit, double slit, plan

diffraction grating. Resolution, Rayleigh criteria, Resolving power of prism, Grating and

telescope. Polarisation, Malus law , Brewester's law, Double refraction, Nicol prism, Production

and detection of plane, Circular and elliptically polarised light. Optical rotation.

Kinetic theory of gases, Maxwell's distribution law, Specific heat, Mean free path, Vander-waal's

equation, Critical constants, Ist law of thermodynamics, Isothermal and adiabatic processes,

Reversible and irreversible processes, Carnot's engine and Carnot's theorem, Absolute scale of

temperature, Second law of thermodynamics, Identity of perfect gas scale and absolute scale,

Entropy, Clausius-Clayperon's heat equation, Joule-Thomson effect, Maxwell's thermodynamical

relations, Conductivity, Radiation, Kirchhoff's law, Stefan-Boltzmann law, Energy distribution

in the spectrum of black body.

Gauss theorem and its applications, Electric field and electric potential, Electric polarisation of

matter, Polarisation and displacement vectors, Dielectrics, Kirchhoff's laws and their

applications, Biot-Savart law and its applications, Electromagnetic induction, Faraday's law,

Ballistic galvanometer, Growth and decay of currents, A.C. circuits, Transformer, Network

theorems and A.C. bridges, Magnetic permeability and susceptibility, Dia, para and

ferromagnetism, Measurement of susceptibility, Hysteresis loop.

Black body radiation, Planck's theory, photoelectric effect, Compton effect, Frank-Hertz

experiment, Uncertainty principle, Wave particle duality, deBroglie theory, Davission-Germer

experiment, Schroedinger equation with application to simple potential problems.

Bohr, Sommerfield and vector atom model, Electron spin, Pauliexclusion principle, Normal

Zeeman effect, Stern-Garlach experiment, Various coupling schemes.

Binding energy, Nuclear forces, Nuclear spin, Magnetic moment, Liquid drop and shell models,

Fission and fusion, Radioactivity.

Space lattice, Unit cell, Miller indices, sc,bcc and fce lattices, Cscl and Nacl structure, Bragg's

law, X-ray diffraction.

Special theory of relativity, Galilion invariance, Michelson- Morley experiment, Lorentz

transformation, Relativistic addition of velocities, Mass variation with velocity, Mass energy

equivalence.

Thermionic emission, Vacuum diode, triode, tetrode and pentode, Intrinsic and extrinsic

semiconductors, PN junction, Half wave and full wave rectification, Filter circuits, Zener diode,Voltage stabilization, Bipolar Junction Transistor, Transistor biasing, Transistor configurations: CE,CB and CC transistor amplifiers.

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Classical Mechanics by H.Goldstein, Narosa

Classical Mechanics by P.V.Panat

Classical Dynamics of Particles and Systems by Marion and Thomtron

Classical Mechanics by N.C.Rana and P.S.Joag

Operational Amplifiers by G.B.Clayton

Linear Integrated circuits by D.Roy Choudhury

Power Electronics by P.C.Sen

Integrated circuits by Botkar

Digital Principles and Applications by Leach and Malvino

Mathematics of Classical and Quantum Physics by Byron, Fuller Dover

Mathematics for Physical Sciences by Mary Boas

Mathematical Methods in Physics by Butkov

Mathematical methods for Physicists by Arfken & Weber

Quantum mechanics by A.Ghatak and S.Lokanathan

Quantum Mechanics by L.I.Schiff

Quantum Physics by R. Eisberg and R.Resnick

Introduction to Quantum Mechanics by David J.Griffiths

Introduction to Electrodynamics, by A.Z.Capri and P.V.Panat Narosa

Classical Electrodynamics, by J.D.Jackson

Electromagnetic theory and Electrodynamics by Satya Prakash

Electromagnetism by B.B.Laud

Atomic spectra & atomic structure by Gerhard Hertzberg

Molecular structure & spectroscopy, by G.Aruldhas

Solid State Physics by Charles Kittel

Quantum Physics of atoms, molecules, solids nuclei & particles by Robert Eisberg

Fundamentals of Statistical Mechanics by B.B.Laud

Statistical Mechanics by K.Huang

Statistical Mechanics by Loknathan and Gambhir

Statistical Mechanics by Satya Prakash

Fundamental of Molecular spectroscopy by Ban well C.N

Spectroscopy by B.P. Straughen and S. Walkar

Nuclear Physics by R.R ROY and B.P. Nigam

Concepts of Nuclear Physics by B.L.Cohen

Introduction to Atomics and Nuclear Physics by H.Semat

Introduction Nuclear Physics by K.S.Krane

Digital Signal Processing: Principles, Algorithms, and Applications by John G. Proakis

Digital Signal Processing by Emmanuel, Barry Jervis

Modern Digital Signal Processing by Roberto Cristi

Digital Signal Processing by Sanjit Mitra

Electronic Communication by Dennis Rooddy

Electronic Communication systems by Sanjeevan Gupta

Optical Fiber Communication and Sensors by M. Arumugam

Aspirants are advised to go through these reference books for developing a strong fundamental knowledge regarding the topics covered in the course curriculum of M.Sc in Physics. They have options to go through various online books as well if you can find these books in nearby book stores or college libraries.

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