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BS Physics

Department
Faculty of Engineering & Applied Sciences

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

Physics is considered the most fundamental science, it deals with the constituents, properties, and evolution of the entire universe, from the smallest subatomic particles to the largest galaxies. It is also concerned with the mathematical formulation of the fundamentals laws of nature. The Department of Physics is going to transmute dreams of the community into reality through workable research. Physics as a subject will be made easy for the students and their interest of physics would be catalyzed through innovative and creative work. Our goals are to produce international quality human resouces and conduct of international quality research in Physics.

 

COURSE FACTS

Study Level

Study Mode

Program Length

Credit Hours

Intake

Class Timings

Undergraduate

Full Time

4 Years (8 Semesters)

134

Fall & Spring

Weekdays Morning

ENTRY TO BS PHYSICS

Eligibility

Selection Criteria

Scholarships

Application

45% marks in Intermediate , DAE or Equivalent qualification

Academic Qualification: 30%
Test/Interview: 70%

Need & Merit Based upto 100%

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Semester 1
Semester 2
Semester 3
Semester 4
Semester 5
Semester 6
Semester 7
Semester 8
Course Code Name Credit Hours
GC-101 Functional English-I 3
Math-111 Calculus-I 3
SE-241 Introduction to Computer 3
PHY-111 Mechanics 4
GC-109 Pakistan Culture and Society 2
GC-209 Islamic Studies 2
PHY-110 Lab-I 1
Course Code Name Credit Hours
GC-104 Functional English-II 3
Math-112 Calculus-II 3
PHY-121 Electricity and Magnetism 4
GC-117 Introduction to Logic and Philosophy 3
GC-152 Introduction to Management 3
PHY-120 Lab-II 1
Course Code Name Credit Hours
EN-301 Communication Skills 3
MATH-221 Introduction to Linear Algebra 3
PHY-211 Waves and Oscillations 3
PHY-212 Heat and Thermodynamics 4
PHY-213 Basics of Nanoscience 3
PHY-210 Lab-III 1
Course Code Name Credit Hours
MATH-481 Special Theory of Relativity 3
MATH-241 Elementary Differential Equations and Applications 3
PHY-221 Probability and Statistics 3
PHY-222 Optics 3
PHY-223 Modern Physics 4
PHY-220 Lab-IV 1
Course Code Name Credit Hours
PHY-311 Mathematical Methods of Physics-I 3
PHY-312 Electromagnetic Theory-I 3
PHY-314 Basic Elecronics 3
PHY-313 Classical Mechanics 3
PHY-319 Lab-V Elecronics 2
UR-550 Professional Ethics 1
Course Code Name Credit Hours
PHY-321 Mathematical Methods of Physics-II 3
PHY-322 Quantum Mechanics-I 3
PHY-457 Digital Elecronics 3
PHY-323 Electromagnetic Theory-II 3
PHY-320 Lab VI Modern Physics 2
GC-103 Professional Ethics 1
* Elective-I 3
Course Code Name Credit Hours
PHY-411 Quantum Mechanics 3
PHY-412 Atomic and Molecular Physics 3
PHY-413 Solid state Physics-I 3
PHY-421 Nuclear Physics-I 3
PHY-410 Lab-VII Spectroscopy 1
* Elective-II/Project-I 3
Course Code Name Credit Hours
PHY-411 Nuclear Physics-II 3
PHY-412 Statistical Mechanics 3
PHY-413 Solid State Physics-II 3
PHY-421 Experimental Techniques in Physics 3
PHY-410 Lab-VIII 1
* Elective/Project-II 3

Our graduates are serving in various national and multi-national companies. Some have established themselves as successful entrepreneurs while others are continuing higher education in renowned national and international universities. We strive to follow the motto of quality teaching and productive research.