#1
June 13th, 2016, 12:44 PM
 
 
CUCET Model Questions
Hello sir I am here as I want to get the syllabus on which the model/question paper of Central Universities Entrance Examination (CUCET) M. Sc. Physics (MSCP) will be made so will you please provide me the syllabus??

#2
June 13th, 2016, 01:48 PM
 
 
Re: CUCET Model Questions
As per your demand here I am providing you syllabus on which the model/question paper of Central Universities Entrance Examination (CUCET) M. Sc. Physics (MSCP) will be made The Question paper will have common Part A and Subject specific Part B Part A: It will be of 45 minutes duration and will have 35 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), with four options: only one correct. Each question carries one mark. There is no negative marking. Part A is intended to test the applicants; general awareness, reasoning, analytical skills and proficiency in English language. Part B: will be subject specific, of 75 minutes duration and will have 65 MCQs with four options: only one correct. Each question carries one mark. There is no negative marking. Topics for Subject Specific Part B: Mechanics Newtonian mechanics, Rigid body dynamics, Introductory Classical mechanics Electromagnetic theory – Electrostatics, Current electricity, Chemical, thermal and Magnetic Effects of Current, Magnetism, Maxwell’s equations, Electromagnetic waves Optics – lenses, mirror, speed of light, interference, diffraction, polarization, optical fibers, laser Thermodynamics – Laws of thermodynamics, Heat engines, Entropy, Thermodynamic potentials, Phase transitions Statistical mechanics – Classical statistics, FermiDirac and Bose – Einstein statistics Quantum mechanics – Need of quantum physics, black body radiation, photoelectric effect, Wave – particle duality, de Broglie hypothesis, uncertainty principle, operator algebra, particle in a box problem. Atomic physics – Atomic models – Rutherford, Bohr, Sommerfeld, Vector ; Quantum numbers, Spectral lines, Spectral notations, Stark effect, Zeeman effect, Atomic spectroscopic techniques, etc Xrays – Generation of Xrays, Continuous and characteristic spectrum , Applications Nuclear Physics – Constituents of nucleus, Atomic number, mass number, nuclear reactions, nuclear fission and fusion, applications Molecular Spectroscopy – Introductory molecular spectroscopy – microwave, IR, Raman, ESR, NMR, Moussbaur (introductory level) Solid state physics – lattice, unit cell, space group, point group, Xray diffraction, band structure, metals, semiconductors, insulators, magnetic materials, super conductivity Electronics – Electronic devices and circuits, OPAMPs, Digital electronics (introductory level) Mathematical Physics – Vectors, Matrices, differentiation, Integration, Differential equations 
