Programme Outcomes for B. Sc Physics
 Manifesting students with Discipline, Professional ethics and Social responsibilities
 Developing indispensable Communication skills among students for their successful career
 Making Students to learn about concepts of matter and energy and how they interact with each other, to understand the various forms of energy such as light, heat, electricity, magnetism and nuclear.
 Making students to be cognizant of the laws governing in various branches of physics with appropriate examples needed for high quality understanding by experimental and theoretical methods.
 Training students to apply mathematical and computing perceptions of trigonometric relations, calculus in evaluating physics problems.
 The students will be trained about the structure of atom, atomic properties and their interaction with light, electricity and magnetism with nuclear properties, to understand the wave properties of light.
 Imparting knowledge of nuclear disintegration phenomena will provide the information regarding nuclear energy and stellar energy, emission of radiation. The application of radioactive series is associated with emerging trends in industrial, medical and research disciplines.
 The insight on quantum mechanical ideas and its applications will enhance the students for identifying and solving the problems in atomic and molecular level.
 The students will be able to draw various types of electrical and electronic circuits, to analyze the circuit components and bring out the desired output for all devices.
 Obtaining knowledge of office automation systems which reduce manual effort to streamline daytoday tasks and speeding up information retrieval. Preparing students for developing both desktop, web and mobile applications, for developing complex scientific and numeric applications using computer languages.
COURSE CODE : 22UPY01
COURSE NAME :MECHANICS AND SOUND
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Define the Laws of motion, impact, simple harmonic motion, laws of friction; and give the application of ultrasonics  Remember 
CO2  Explain the concept of impact between two smooth spheres, parallel and perpendicular theorem of moment of inertia, center of pressure, equation of continuity and free, damp and undamp vibrations  Understand 
CO3  Determine the value of g and k using compound pendulum and Analyze different applications for Bernoulli’s theorem  Apply 
CO4  Determine the AC frequency using Sonometer and Melde’s apparatus and to determine the center of gravity for various applications  Apply 
CO5  Calculate problems based on sabine’s formula and the absorption coefficient, loss of K.E due to impact.  Apply 
COURSE CODE : 22UPY02
COURSE NAME : HEAT AND THERMODYNAMICS
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Define the fundamental of thermodynamic properties and Use thermodynamic terminology correctly  Remember 
CO2  Analyze the basic thermodynamic Carnot’s petrol and diesel engines  Understand 
CO3  Derive and discuss the laws of thermodynamics  Apply 
CO4  Solve problems using the properties and relationships of thermodynamic fluids.  Apply 
CO5  Develop and apply the specific heat capacity of solid materials  Apply 
COURSE CODE : 22UPYP1
COURSE NAME : PHYSICS PRACTICAL – I
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Able to reminiscent the physical concepts and fundamental laws behind experimental observations and their measurable physical quantities.  Remember 
CO2  Comprehend the theory of natural phenomena on the basis of Physics conceptual aspects and the experimental objectives. Able to understand the limitations of the measuring device and its suitability based on the mechanism, error factors and least count, etc.  Understand 
CO3  Observed physical concepts to develop technology for the societal upgradations. Interpreting the basis of fundamental laws of physics on daytoday life events by personal investigations.  Apply 
CO4  Able to choose the appropriate measuring tool suitably for the specific experimental observation based on their working mechanism and functionalities.  Apply 
CO5  Able to sequencing the experimental procedures and order required for the experimental investigations.  Apply 
COURSE CODE : 22UPY03
COURSE NAME : PROPERTIES OF MATTER
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB  
CO1 

Remember  
CO2 

Understand  
CO3 

Apply  
CO4 

Apply  
CO5 

Apply 
COURSE CODE : 22UPYN1
COURSE NAME ; MAINTENANCE OF DOMESTIC APPLIANCES
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Explain the working concept of fan, tube light, refrigerator and cell phones  Remember 
CO2  Apply the knowledge of domestic appliances in their higher studies or selfemployment  Apply 
CO3  Apply the knowledge of maintenance of domestic appliances in day to day life  Apply 
COURSE CODE : 22UPY04
COURSE NAME : OPTICS AND SPECTROSCOPY
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB  
CO1  Remember the concept of aberrations in lenses and prisms, wave nature of the light  Remember  
CO2  Understand the central concepts and basic formalisms of interference, diffraction, polarisation and basics of spectroscopy  Understand  
CO3  Use of tools needed to formulate problems in optics and spectroscopy  Apply  
CO4 

Apply  
CO5 

Apply 
COURSE CODE : 22UPYN2
COURSE NAME : BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Explain the concept of ECG, EMG, pacemaker, Doppler ultrasound method physiotherapy methods.  Remember 
CO2  Apply the knowledge of medical equipments, bioelectric equipments in our day to day life  Apply 
CO3  Apply the safety measures of handling the instrumentation.  Apply 
COURSE CODE : 22APY01
COURSE NAME : ALLIED PHYSICS – I
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Define Poisson’s Ratio, Expression for Bending Moment, Determination of Young’s, Modulus, Expression for Couple Twist  Remember 
CO2  Explain Coefficient of viscosity, Poiseuille’s formula, Analyzes different application for Bernoulli’s Theorem  Understand 
CO3  Define Dulong and Petit’s Law Newton’s Law of Cooling, Determination of Thermal conductivity by lee’s disc method  Apply 
CO4  Determine Zeroth and I, II, III law of Thermo dynamics  Apply 
CO5  Determination of wave length using Newton’s rings, Difference between diffraction and interference, determination of specific rotatory power using Laurent’s half shade Polarimeter  Apply 
COURSE CODE : 22APY02
COURSE NAME : ALLIED PHYSICS – II
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Acquire knowledge of the fundamental physics underpinning Electricity, Electronics, atomic and nuclear physics  Remember 
CO2  They are able to understand the structure of atoms, size of nucleus and all its properties and also Understand various number systems and their importance in digital designing  Understand 
CO3  Apply the concepts of Electric circuits.  Apply 
CO4  Apply the knowledge to understand the working of amplifiers and multivibrators  Apply 
CO5  Apply the principles of Diodes and oscillators  Apply 
COURSE CODE : 22UPY05
COURSE NAME : ELECTRICITY AND ELECTROMAGNETISM
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Understand the basic concepts of Gauss’s law, Coulomb’s theorem, Seebeck effect, Peltier effect, Thomson effect, Thermoelectric diagrams, Biot Savart’s law, Faraday’s laws, parameters of AC, eddy current, wattless current  Remember 
CO2  Application of Gauss’s law: An insulated conductor – Principle of a Capacitor – Energy stored in a Capacitor, Differences between Peltier effect and Joule effect – S. G. Starling method for Peltier effect – S. G. Starling method for Peltier effect, construction, action and working of Ruhmkorff’s induction coil, condition for the discharge to the oscillatory, Tesla  Understand 
CO3  Determination of thermoelectric coefficients π and s, Applications of thermoelectric diagrams, Magnetic induction at a point on the axis of a circular coil and solenoid problems, self inductance of a long solenoid Determination of absolute capacity of a Condenser, apply the concepts of electricity  Apply 
CO4  growth and decay of charge in a circuit containing resistance and capacitance – measurement of high resistance, Transformer – construction, theory, energy loss and uses  Apply 
CO5  Apply the concepts of electricity, Determination of thermo emf using potentiometer, Determination of absolute capacity of a Condenser, determination of B_{H} using deflection magnetometer  Evaluate 
COURSE CODE : 22UPY06
COURSE NAME : ATOMIC PHYSICS
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Recognize the theory of Photoelectric effect and its application as Photoelectric cell.  Remember 
CO2  Understand the concept of positive rays and Astons mass spectrograph, Dempsters mass Spectrograph.  Understand 
CO3  Identify the characteristic performance of atomic particles at various experimental conditions by applying the theoretical explanations of various scientists.  Apply 
CO4  Analyse the scientific causes behind Magnetic dipole moment due to spin and spatial quantization.  Analyze 
CO5  Formulate and comprehend the basic functions of fibre optic communication networks.  Evaluate 
COURSE CODE : 22UPY07
COURSE NAME : MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Learning the concept of Matrices, Beta and Gamma functions  Remember 
CO2  Understanding the concept of Curve Fitting.  Understand 
CO3  Physics problems involve the use of both basic and numerical methods.  Apply 
CO4  Different methods for solving differential and integral equations are available.  Apply 
CO5  Gets a wide knowledge of numerical methods in computational Physics that can be used to solve many problems.  Evaluate 
COURSE CODE : 22UPYM1
COURSE NAME : ANALOG ELECTRONICS
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Illustrate network theorems like Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s theorem etc.,  Remember 
CO2  Understand the fundamental principles of semiconductors including pn junctions and zener diode  Understand 
CO3  Understand the operation of transistor can amplifier, oscillator and multivibrator  Apply 
CO4  To acquire knowledge on transistor and its applications  Apply 
CO5  Understand the operation of operational amplifier and its applications  Apply 
COURSE CODE : 22UPYM2
COURSE NAME : FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS – I
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Describe the basic concepts of Physics.  Remember 
CO2  Understand the principle behind the topics like measurements, energy, matter, optics etc.,  Understand 
CO3  Apply the concept of measurement to measure the substances in our daytoday life.  Apply 
CO4  Investigate the different renewable sources of energy that are useful in our daily life.  Apply 
CO5  Apply the knowledge of optics to find the types of lenses.  Apply 
COURSE CODE : 22UPYM3
COURSE NAME : DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Gain knowledge between different types of number systems, and their conversions.  Remember 
CO2  Design various logic gates and simplify Boolean equations.  Understand 
CO3  Design various flip flops, shift registers and determining outputs.  Apply 
CO4  Design different types of counters for particular operation, within the realm of economic, performance, efficiency, user friendly and environmental constraints.  Understand 
CO5  Apply the fundamental knowledge of analog and digital electronics to get different types analog to digitalized signal and viceversa converters and to apply the memory devices in different types of digital circuits for real world application.  Apply 
COURSE CODE : 21UPYM4
COURSE NAME : FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS – II
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Learning the concept of electric current, DC source, AC and its measurements etc.,  Remember 
CO2  Understanding the simple electrical circuits.  Understand 
CO3  Apply the knowledge of electric current and its properties in their daytoday life.  Apply 
CO4  Apply the concept of measuring the electric power in their daily life.  Apply 
CO5  Construct simple electrical circuits for domestic applications.  Apply 
COURSE CODE : 22UPY08
COURSE NAME : NUCLEAR PHYSICS
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Understanding on the basics of nuclear physics that treats atomic nuclei as selfbound manybody quantum systems.  Understand 
CO2  § Explain the different forms of radioactivity and account for their occurrence.  Knowledge 
CO3  Basic interaction between fundamental particles  Understand 
CO4  Classify the nuclear detectors and particle accelerators  Understand 
CO5  Explain the properties of elementary particles and Cosmic Rays.  Knowledge 
COURSE CODE : 21UPY09
COURSE NAME : QUANTUM MECHANICS AND RELATIVITY
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Learning the inadequacy of Newtonian mechanics in exploring the functional characteristics of matter particle.  Remember 
CO2  Approaching the science of matter particles with the theory of dual nature.  Analyse 
CO3  Exploring the science behind the experimental observations revealing the wave nature of matter particles  Understand 
CO4  Applying the Schroedinger wave equation to solve the characteristic formulations of the matter particles.  Apply 
CO5  Understanding the fundamental theory of relativity behind the length contraction and time dilation  Understand 
COURSE CODE : 21UPY10
COURSE NAME : SOLID STATE PHYSICS
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Summarize how crystalline materials are studied using diffraction  Remember 
CO2  Able to discuss about the interatomic forces and bonds between solids  Understand 
CO3  Explain the behavior of solids with their magnetic properties  Apply 
CO4  Understand the concept of electric polarization and its types.  Understand 
CO5  Analyze the importance of superconducting materials in engineering applications.  Apply 
COURSE CODE : 22UPYM5
COURSE NAME : MICROPROCESSOR FUNDAMENTALS 8085
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Recall basic concepts of digital fundamentals to Microprocessor based personal computer system,  Remember 
CO2  Understand the basic architecture of 8085  Understand 
CO3  Impart the knowledge about the instruction set  Apply 
CO4  Identify the addressing mode of an instruction.  Apply 
CO5  Design and implement programs on 8085 microprocessor.  Evaluate 
COURSE CODE : 22UPYM6
COURSE NAME : MEDICAL PHYSICS
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Understand the concepts of Anatomical Terminology  Understand 
CO2  Describe the various applications of physics in medicine  Understand 
CO3  Point out the concepts and working principle of Transducers.  Analyze 
CO4  To learn the internal architecture and working principle of various instruments used in medical field  Remember 
CO5  Employ independent learning strategies to selfevaluate and update professional knowledge of innovations in medical radiation physics  Apply 
COURSE CODE : 22UPYM7
COURSE NAME : COMMUNICATION ELECTRONICS
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Definition of Modulation, Demodulation, principle of radar, Basic Fibre Optic System  Remember 
CO2  Employ the concept of TV transmitter and receiver – Colour TV – generation R, G, B signals, TV transmitting antennas – dipole panel – TV receiving antenna – Yagi antenna.  Understand 
CO3  Develop skills for solar cell concepts and photoconductive cell, phototransistor.  Understand 
CO4  The ability to apply knowledge in Radio receivers, FM detection, FM receivers and the problems in electronic circuits, communication systems, Radar equation  Apply 
CO5  Formulate and apply fundamental and function of fibre optics communication systems.  Evaluate 
COURSE CODE : 22UPYP3
COURSE NAME : MAJOR PRACTICAL – III
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Able to reminiscent the physical concepts and fundamental laws behind experimental observations and their measurable physical quantities.  Remember 
CO2  Comprehend the theory of natural phenomena on the basis of Physics conceptual aspects and the experimental objectives. Able to understand the limitations of the measuring device and its suitability based on the mechanism, error factors and least count, etc.  Understand 
CO3  Observed physical concepts to develop technology for the societal upgradations. Interpreting the basis of fundamental laws of physics on daytoday life events by personal investigations.  Apply 
CO4  Able to choose the appropriate measuring tool suitably for the specific experimental observation based on their working mechanism and functionalities.  Apply 
CO5  Able to sequencing the experimental procedures and order required for the experimental investigations.  Apply 
COURSE CODE : 22UPYP4
COURSE NAME : MAJOR PRACTICAL – IV
S. NO.  COURSE OUTCOME  BLOOMS VERB 
CO1  Able to reminiscent the physical concepts and fundamental laws behind experimental observations and their measurable physical quantities.  Remember 
CO2  Comprehend the theory of natural phenomena on the basis of Physics conceptual aspects and the experimental objectives. Able to understand the limitations of the measuring device and its suitability based on the mechanism, error factors and least count, etc.  Understand 
CO3  Observed physical concepts to develop technology for the societal upgradations. Interpreting the basis of fundamental laws of physics on daytoday life events by personal investigations.  Apply 
CO4  Able to choose the appropriate measuring tool suitably for the specific experimental observation based on their working mechanism and functionalities.  Apply 
CO5  Able to sequencing the experimental procedures and order required for the experimental investigations.  Apply 