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About

The total area of Physics lab is around 100 sq.mtrs. The laboratory is provided with a black board and desks for giving instructions to the students. It is also provided with a separate Optics lab. (dark room) for performing the experiments like diffraction of laser beam, which employ monochromatic light beam. For H.O.D. and staff separate cabins have been provided within the area of 10 meter-sq. The lab is well equipped with all the major necessary equipment.


     

Faculty

Mathematics

  • Basawarajappa , M.Sc.
    Assistant Professor & HOD
    Experience-30 Years
  • Manjula P., M.Sc.
    Assistant Professor
    Experience-11 Years
  • Dr. Veena M., M.Sc.,PhD
    Assistant Professor
    Experience-5 Years
  • Saroja Shetty, M.Sc.
    Assistant Professor
    Experience-4 Years

 

 

 







Physics

  • Dr. Gurunath K. B, M.Sc.,PhD
    Assistant Professor & HOD
    Experience-19 Years
  • Dr. Santosh Kori, M.Sc.,PhD
    Assistant Professor
    Experience-15 Years

 

 

 







Chemistry

  • Dr. Ravindra Malipatil, M.Sc.,PhD
    Associate Professor
    Experience-25 Years
  • Waseem Siddiqui, M.Sc.
    Assistant Professor
    Experience - 18 Years





Infrastructure

The Department of Physics and Chemistry have dedicated Laboratories with attached Staff rooms. The department has Wi-Fi facility. Both the labs have First Aid facilities and are fitted with CCTVs.

 

Laboratory Details

Name of the Lab     Area in Sq.m     Major Equipments
Physics Lab   92.59 Semiconductor Energy Gap Setup, Plank's Constant setup PLA 301, Ultra spectrometer & Newton Ring, Torsional Pendullum, Kits for- LCR,Trasnsistor Charaterstics, Fermi Eneregy, Photodiode, Zener Diode etc
Chemistry Lab 108.10 UV Visible Spectrophotometer, Colormieter, Potentionmeter, Photometer Conductometer etc&nbsp

Syllabus

     • 2018 Scheme & Syllabus

Timetable P-Cycle

Timetable C-Cycle

COs

Course Outcomes:
 
Course Name Calculus and Linear Algebra
Course Code 18MAT11
CO1 Apply the knowledge of Calculus to solve problems related to polar curves and its applications in determining the bentness of a curve
CO2 Learn the notion of partial differentiation to calculate rates of change of multivariate functions and solve problems related to composite functions and jacobians
CO3 Apply the concept of change of order of integration and variables to evaluate multiple integrals and their usage in computing the area and volumes
CO4 Solve first order linear nonlinear differential equation analytically using standard methods
CO5 Make use of matrix theory for solving system of linear equations and compute eigenvalues and eigenvectors required for Matrix diagonalization process

 

Course Name Engineering Physics
Course Code 18PHY12/22
CO1 Understand various types of oscillations and their implications, the role of shock waves in various fields and recognise the elastic properties of materials for Engineering applications
CO2 Realise the interrelation between time varying electric field and magnetic field, the transverse nature of the EM waves and their role in optical fibre communication
CO3 Compute eigenvalues, eigenfunctions, momentum of atomic and subatomic particles using time independent 1-D  Schrodinger's wave equation
CO4 Apprehend theoretical background of laser, construction and working of different types of laser and its application in different fields 
CO5 Understand various electrical and thermal properties of materials like conductors semiconductors and dielectrics using different theoretical models

 

Course Name Basic Electrical Engineering 
Course Code 18ELE13/23
CO1 Analyse DC and AC circuits
CO2 Explain the operation and construction of single phase transformer
CO3 Explain the principle of operation and construction of DC machines and synchronous machines 
CO4 Explain the principle of operation and construction of 3 phase induction motor
CO5 Discuss concepts of electrical wiring circuit protecting devices and earthing

 

Course Name Elements of Civil Engineering and Mechanics 
Course Code 18CIV14/24
CO1 Mention the applications of various fields of civil engineering
CO2 Compute the resultant of given force system subjected to various loads
CO3 Comprehend the action of forces, moments and other loads on systems of rigid bodies and compute the reactive forces that develop as a result of the external loads
CO4 Locate the centroid and compute the moment of inertia of regular and built up sections
CO5 Express the relationship between the motion of bodies and  analyse the bodies in motion

 

Course Name Engineering Graphics 
Course Code 18EGDL15/25
CO1 Prepare engineering drawings as per BIS conventions  mentioned in the relevant codes
CO2 Produce computer-generated drawings using CAD software
CO3 Use the knowledge of orthographic projections to represent engineering information / concepts and present the same in the form of drawings
CO4 Develop isometric drawings of simple objects reading the orthographic projections of those objects
CO5 Convert pictorial and isometric views of simple objects to orthographic views

 

Course Name Engineering Physics Laboratory 
Course Code 18PHYL16/26
CO1 Apprehend the concepts of interference of light, diffraction of light, Fermi energy and magnetic effect of current
CO2 Understand the principles of operations of optical fibres and Semiconductor devices such as photodiode, and NPN transistor using simple circuits
CO3 Determine elastic moduli and moment of inertia of given materials with the help of suggested procedures
CO4 Recognise the resonance concept and its practical applications
CO5 Understand the importance of measurement procedure, honest recording and  representing the data reduction of final results

 

Course Name Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory 
Course Code 18ELEL17/27
CO1 Identify the common electrical components and measuring instruments used for conducting experiments in electrical laboratory
CO2 Compare power factor of lamps
CO3 Determine impedance of an electrical circuit and power consumed in a three phase load
CO4 Determine earth resistance and understand two way and three way control of lamps

 

Course Name Technical English 
Course Code 18EGH18
CO1 Use grammatical English and essentials of language skills and identify the nuances of phonetics, intonation and flawless pronunciation
CO2 Implement English vocabulary at  command language proficiency
CO3 Identify common errors in spoken and written communication
CO4 Understand and improve the non-verbal communication and kinesics
CO5 Perform well in campus recruitment, engineering and all other general competitive examinations
 
Course Name Calculus and Linear Algebra
Course Code 18MAT21
CO1 Illustrate the applications of multivariate Calculus to understand the solenoidal and irrotational vectors and also exhibit the interdependence of line surface and volume integrals
CO2 Demonstrate various physical models through higher order differential equations and solve such linear ordinary differential equations
CO3 Construct a variety of partial differential equations and solution by exact methods / method of separation of variables
CO4 Explain the applications of infinite series and obtain series solution of ordinary differential equations
CO5 Apply the knowledge of numerical methods in modeling of various physical and Engineering phenomena

 

Course Name Engineering Chemistry
Course Code 18CHE12/22
CO1 Use of free energy in equilibria, rationalize bulk properties and processes using thermodynamics considerations, electromechanical energy systems
CO2 Causes and effects of corrosion of metals and control of corrosion. Modification of surface properties of metals to develop resistance to corrosion wear, tear, impact etc by electroplating and electroless plating
CO3 Production and consumption of energy for industrialisation of country and living standards of people. Electrochemical and concentration cells. Classical, Modern batteries and fuel cells. Utilisation of solar energy for different useful forms of energy.
CO4 Environmental pollution, waste management and water chemistry
CO5 Different techniques of instrumental methods of analysis. Fundamental principles of Nanomaterials

 

Course Name C programming for Problem Solving 
Course Code 18CPS13/23
CO1 Illustrate simple algorithms from the different domains such as mathematics, physics etc
CO2 Construct a programming solution to the given problem using C
CO3 Identify and correct the syntax and logical error in C programs
CO4 Modularize the given problem using functions and structures

 

Course Name Basic Electronics 
Course Code 18ELN14/24
CO1 Describe the operation of Diodes, BJT, FET  and Operational Amplifiers
CO2 Design and explain the construction of rectifiers,  regulators, amplifiers and oscillators
CO3 Describe general operating principles of SCRs and its application
CO4 Explain the working and design of fixed voltage IC regulator using 7805 and astable oscillator using timer IC 555
CO5 Explain the different number system and their conversions and construct simple combinational and sequential logic circuits using flip flops
CO6 Describe the basic principle of operation of communication system and mobile phones

 

Course Name Elements of Mechanical Engineering 
Course Code 18ME15/25
CO1 Identify different sources of energy and their conversion process
CO2 Explain the working principle of hydraulic turbines, pumps, IC  engines and refrigeration
CO3 Various metal joining processes and power transmission elements
CO4 Understand the properties of common Engineering Materials and their applications in engineering industry
CO5 Discuss the working of conventional machine tools, machining processes,  tools and accessories
CO6 Describe the advanced manufacturing systems

 

Course Name Engineering Chemistry Laboratory 
Course Code 18CHEL16/26
CO1 Handling different types of instruments for analysis of materials using small quantities of materials involved for quick and accurate results
CO2 Carrying out different types of titrations for estimation of concern in materials using comparatively more quantities of materials involved for good results

 

Course Name C Programming Laboratory 
Course Code 18CPL17/27
CO1 Write algorithms, flowcharts and program for simple problems
CO2 Correct Syntax and logical errors to execute a program
CO3 Write iterative and wherever possible recursive programs
CO4 Demonstrate use of functions, arrays and strings, structures and pointers in problem solving

 

Course Name Technical English-I
Course Code 18EGH28
CO1 Identify common errors in spoken and written communication
CO2 Get familiarised with English vocabulary and language proficiency
CO3 Improved nature and style of sensible writing and acquire employment at workplace communication skills
CO4 Improve their technical communication skills through technical reading and writing practices
CO5 Perform well in campus recruitment, engineering and all other general competitive exams

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