About Department
Established upto F.Y.B.Sc. and S.Y B.Sc.level in 1997 T.Y. B.Sc. initiation: 201617
Prof. Digambar D. Kulkarni
HOD and Assistant Prof.
M.Sc., M.Phil.
Electronics
Year of Joining 1998
Profile
Prof. Vishvesh R. Joshi
Assistant Professor
M.Sc.
Electronics
Year of Joining 2018
Prof. Aniket A. Nandiskar
Assistant Professor
M.Sc.
Electronics
Year of Joining 2018
Mr. Sujit S. Pawar
Laboratory Assistant
H.S.C
Year of Joining 1996
Mr. Santosh T. Pawar
Laboratory Assistant
S.S.C
Year of Joining 1996
F.Y.B.Sc.
Semester  Course  Course code  Weightage  Credit 
Syllabus 
I 
PHYSICS  USPH101  100  2  View Syllabus 
PHYSICS  USPH102  100  2  
PHYSICS  USPHP01  100  2  
II 
PHYSICS  USPH201  100  2  
PHYSICS  USPH202  100  2  
PHYSICS  USPHP02  100  2 
S.Y.B.Sc.
Semester  Course  Course code  Weightage  Credit 
Syllabus 
III 
PHYSICS  USPH301  100  2  
PHYSICS  USPH302  100  2  
PHYSICS  USCP302  100  2  
PHYSICS Practical 
USPHP03  100  2  
IV 
PHYSICS  USPH401  100  2  
PHYSICS  USPH402  100  2  
PHYSICS  USPH402  100  2  
PHYSICS  USPHP4  100  2 
T.Y.B.Sc.
Semester  Course  Course code  Weightage  Credit  Syllabus 
V 
PHYSICS  USPH501  100  2.5  T.Y.B.Sc.201718 Syllabus 
PHYSICS  USPH502  100  2.5  
PHYSICS  USPHP05  100  3  
PHYSICS  USPH503  100  2.5  
PHYSICS  USPH504  100  2.5  
PHYSICS  USPH506  100  3  
PHYSICS  USACEI501  100  2  
PHYSICS  USACEI5P1  100  2  
VI 
PHYSICS  USPH601  100  2  T.Y.B.Sc.201718 Applied Component Syllabus

PHYSICS  USPH602  100  2  
PHYSICS  USPHP603  100  2  
PHYSICS  USPH601  100  2  
PHYSICS  USPH602  100  2  
PHYSICS  USPHP604  100  3  
PHYSICS  USACEI601  100  2  
PHYSICS  USACEI6P1  100  2 
Certificate Course: Sanctioned by UGC
Name of the Course : Semiconductor Devices & Technology
Syallabus: PDF – ADDON Course syllabus – Distribution
Course Outcome (C.O.)
 CO1 – Develop analytical abilities towards real world problems
 CO2 – Familiarize with current and recent scientific and technological developments
 CO3 – Enrich knowledge through problem solving, hands on activities, study visits, projects etc.
 CO4 – Understand and practice the skills while doing physics practical.
 CO5 – Understand the use of apparatus and their use without fear.
 CO6 – Correlate their physics theory concepts through practical.
 CO7 – Understand the concepts of errors and their estimation.
Programme Outcome
Common to all Departments
Programme Specific Outcome
For F.Y.B.Sc.( I and II term)
I Sem
PSO 1. Understand Newton’s laws and apply them in calculations of the motion of simple systems.
PSO 2. Use the free body diagrams to analyze the forces on the object.
PSO 3. Understand the concepts of friction and the concepts of elasticity, fluid mechanics and be able to perform calculations using them.
PSO 4. Understand the concepts of lens system and interference.
PSO 5. Apply the laws of thermodynamics to formulate the relations necessary to analyze a thermodynamic process.
PSO 6. Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered
PSO 7. Understand nuclear properties and nuclear behavior.
PSO 8. Understand the type isotopes and their applications.
PSO 9. Demonstrate and understand the quantum mechanical concepts.
PSO10. Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered.
Practical
PSO1 To demonstrate their practical skills.
PSO2 To understand and practice the skills while doing physics practical.
PSO3 To understand the use of apparatus and their use without fear.
PSO4 To correlate their physics theory concepts through practical.
PSO5 Understand the concepts of errors and their estimation.
II Sem
PSO 1. Understand the basic mathematical concepts and applications of them in physical situations.
PSO 2. Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered.
Practical
PSO1 To understand and practice the skills while doing physics practical.
PSO 2To understand the use of apparatus and their use without fear.
PSO 3To correlate their physics theory concepts through practical.
PSO 4 Understand the concepts of errors and their estimation.
S.Y.B.Sc. ( III and IV Term)
IIIrd Term
Paper I
PSO 1) Understand the concepts of mechanics & properties of matter & to apply them to problems.
PSO 2) Comprehend the basic concepts of thermodynamics & its applications in physical situation.
PSO 3) Learn about situations in low temperature.
PSO 4) Demonstrate tentative problem solving skills in all above areas.
Paper II
PSO 1) Understand the basic concepts of mathematical physics and their applications in physical situations.
PSO 2) Understand the basic laws of electrodynamics and be able to perform calculations using them.
PSO 3) Understand the basics of transistor biasing, operational amplifiers, their applications
PSO 4) Understand the basic concepts of oscillators and be able to perform calculations using them.
PSO 5) Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skill in all the topics covered
Paper III
PSO 1) Students will be exposed to contextual real life situations.
PSO 2) Students will appreciate the role of Physics in ‘interdisciplinary areas related to materials, Bio Physics, Acoustics etc.
PSO 3) Understand the scope of the subject in Industry & Research.
PSO 4) Experimental learning opportunities will faster creative thinking
Practical Paper
PSO 1 Understand & practice the skills while performing experiments.
PSO 2 Understand the use of apparatus and their use without fear & hesitation.
PSO 3 Correlate the physics theory concepts to practical application.
PSO 4 Understand the concept of errors and their estimation.
IV Term
T.Y. B. Sc. ( V and VI Term )
V Term
USPH501
Mathematical Methods in Physics and Thermal and Statistical Physics
PSO 1. Understand laws and apply them in calculations of the motion of simple and oscillaton systems.
PSO 2. Use the diagrams to analyze the forces on the object.
PSO 3. Understand the concepts of Thermal and the concepts Stastical mechanics and be able to perform calculations using them.
PSO 4. Understand the concepts of Statistical system and its impact on surrounding.
PSO 5. Apply the laws of thermodynamics to formulate the relations necessary to analyze a thermodynamic process.
PSO 6. Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered
USPH502 Solid State Physics
PSO 1. Understand laws and apply them in calculations of Solid State System
PSO 2. Use the diagrams to analyze the internal forces within the object.
PSO 3. Understand the concepts of Solid State Systems
PSO 4. Understand the concepts of Statistical system in Solid State System and its impact on surrounding.
PSO 5. Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered
USPH503 Atomic and Molecular Physics
PSO 1. Understand laws and apply them in atomic Physics.
PSO 2. Use the diagrams to analyze the forces on the object.
PSO 3. Understand the concepts Molecular Physics..
PSO 4. Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered
USPH504 Electrodynamic s
PSO 1. Understand laws and apply them in Electrodynamics.
PSO 2. Use the diagrams to analyze the forces on the object.
PSO 3. Understand the concepts Electrodynamics.
PSO 4. Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered
USPHP05 and USPH P06
PSO1 Understanding relevant concepts.
PSO 2 Planning of the experiments.
PSO3 Layout and adjustments of the equipments.
PSO4 Recording of observations and plotting of graphs.
PSO5 Calculation of results and estimation of possible errors in the observation of results.
VI Term
USPH601 Classical Mechanics
PSO 1. Understand laws and apply them in Classical Mechanics.
PSO 2. Understand the concepts in Classical Mechanics.
PSO 3. Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered
USPH602 Electronics
PSO 1. Understand laws and apply them in Electronics.
PSO 2. Understand the concepts in Classical Eletronics.
PSO 3. Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered
USPH603 Nuclear Physics
PSO 1. Understand laws and apply them in Nuclear Physics.
PSO 2. Understand the concepts in Nuclear Physics.
PSO 3. Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered
USPH604 Relativity
PSO 1. Understand laws and apply them in Relativity.
PSO 2. Understand the concepts in Relativity.
PSO 3. Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills in all the topics covered
USPHP07
USPH P08
PSO 1 Understanding relevant concepts.
PSO 2 Planning of the experiments.
PSO 3 Layout and adjustments of the equipments.
PSO 4 Recording of observations and plotting of graphs.
PSO 5 Calculation of results and estimation of possible errors in the observation of results.
Infrastructure
 F.Y. / S.Y. Practical Lab: 480 sq.ft.
 Dark Room: 218 sq.ft.
 T.Y. Lab: 325 sq. ft.
Research Facilities
Major Instruments: Stirrer with Heater, Mechanical Stirrer

Name of Teacher Year Title of Project Agency Amount Sanctioned Digambar D.Kulkarni 201516 Synthesis of Cobalt Zinc Ferrites (Co_{1x }Zn_{x}Fe_{2}O_{4}) by Coprecipitaion Method and Study of its Structural and Magnetic Properties’ University of Mumbai 39100/ Digambar D.Kulkarni 201617 ‘Synthesis of Cobalt Zinc Ferrites (Co_{1x }Zn_{x}Fe_{2}O_{4}) by SolGel Method and Study of its Structural and Magnetic Properties’ University of Mumbai 55000/
Mr. Amey Joshi : Microprocessor
Past Five Years (From 201213 to 201617)

Class Year Students Appeared Student Passed % of Results ‘O’ Grade ‘A’ Grade ‘B’ Grade ‘C’ Grade T.Y.B.Sc. 201617 06 05 84 05
 Presented Papers by Faculties in International Conferences National Conferences and National Seminars
 Digambar D. Kulkarni have worked and Judge in National Research Competition held Ambav Mane Engineering College Devrukh.
To start M.Sc. in Physics
 Departmental Library : Yes 120 Books
 Linkage Industrials/Visits,MOUs : Yes
 Placements – Formal/ Informal
 Extra Lectures : Yes
 Class Test / Tutorials : Unit wise
 LED Workshop for Addon Course Students
 Remedial Lectures : Yes
 Students Mentoring : Yes
 Workshop / Seminars/ Conferences Yes
 Extenda with six monitors
 Demonstration of Practical SET
 Group Discussion (GD)
 Physics Fest from 201516
 Study Tour
 Industrial Visits & Industrial Trainings
 Seminars, Conferences & Workshops
 Students seminars
 Guest Lectures
 Mentoring by Alumini
 Extra Lectures
 Bridge & Remedial Programmes for Slow / Medium / Advanced Learners
 Parent Meetings
 Tutorials / Class Tests
 Home Assignments
 Linkages industrial linkages/visits, MOUs,
 Students Placement
 Students Mentoring
 Workshops / Seminars / Conferences
Chemistry Graduates & Post Graduate can enter a wide range of professions such as:
 Pure and applied research
 Teaching
 Government Services
 Quality Control, Quality assurance & Research and development in industry
 Management, production, packaging, marketing and sales, in industries such as pharmaceuticals, foods, dyes, cosmetics, polymer, Chemical, etc.
 Consumer guidance, Nutritional consultancy, Science journalism
 Chemistry software development, Chemistry literature indexing
 Entry in civil services through competitive Examinations (UPSC, MPSC etc.)
 Entrepreneur