Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):
- PEO 1 To apply graduate-level knowledge and solve problems in the areas of physical sciences.
- PEO 2 An ability to conduct and/or demonstrate and/or design the experiment as well as to analyze and interpret the data.
- PEO 3 An ability to function on multidisciplinary areas through the selection of advanced electives.
- PEO 4 An ability to persue research and achieve career goals.
Program Outcomes (POs):
At the end of the program, students will be able to:
- PO 1 Provide high quality education in physics within an environment committed to excellence in both teaching and research.
- PO 2 Educate students in the core of physics, including substantial practical and experimental physics, while enabling students to train in both the theoretical and practical aspects.
- PO 3 Encourage students to develop the skills of objectivity, creativity and independence of thinking .
- PO 4 Enable students to develop transferable skills relevant to a wide range of professional careers
- PO 5 Apply contemporary research methods, skills and techniques to conduct independent inquiry in a scientific discipline.
Program-Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
- PSO 1 To apply graduate-level knowledge and solve problems in the areas of electrodynamics, quantum mechanics, classical mechanics, statistical mechanics, mathematical physics and nanoscience and nanotechnology.
- PSO 2 Able to associate the learning from the softwares viz. SciLab, VESTA, Origin to understand and interprete the data related to the physical sciences.
- PSO 3 Apply experimental techniques (chemical bath deposition, SILAR, dip coating, spin coating) to synthesize thin films and nanomaterials.