The LNM Institute of Information Technology

Departments of Physics

Post Graduate (M.Sc)

In today’s multidisciplinary world of activities, engineering or technology cannot flourish without the knowledge of advanced Physics. All branches of science and engineering are somehow or other related to Physics.

To unravel the mysteries of Physics, one would require a certain amount of high quality education and training. A Master’s Programme in Physics, with a duration of 2 years, provides students the fundamental knowledge of advanced physics, along with problem-solving skills, and most importantly a thirst for acquiring further knowledge.

After completion of such Programme, students typically choose careers in science or engineering research, academic jobs, careers in information technology, or entrepreneurship.

  • Highly qualified and experienced faculty members having PhDs from renowned institutes.
  • Comprehensive coverage of core Physics disciplines to prepare for national and competitive exams like CSIR UGC NET, GATE, etc.
  • Sophisticated Laboratories for experimental research.
  • High Performance Cluster (HPC) for computational work.
  • Project work for each student in the 2nd year.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO-1: Graduates will achieve expertise to identify, formulate and solve problems in physical sciences and multi-disciplinary areas.

PEO-2: Graduates will have the ability to develop innovative solutions in physical sciences and related areas through lifelong learning process.

PEO-3: Graduates will be trained to avail opportunities in academics, industry, research, defence and administrative services.


Program Outcomes (POs)

The student will be able to:

PO-1: Identify, formulate and analyse complex scientific problems.

PO-2: Apply the knowledge of physics to solve complex scientific problems.

PO-3: Investigate complex problems of physics using scientific knowledge for analysis and interpretation of data.

PO-4: Select and apply appropriate techniques with experimental, theoretical and computational tools to solve problems of physics.


Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

The students will:

PSO-1: Have fundamental and advanced level knowledge in the field of theoretical physics together with their applications in solving scientific problems.

PSO-2: Acquire skills in different experimental techniques encompassing basic physics, electronics, materials science as well as computational methods.

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Postal Address

Department of Physics
The LNM Institute of Information Technology
Rupa ki Nangal, Post Sumel, Via-Jamdoli, Jaipur-302031
Rajasthan, India

Contact Information

HOD : 0141-3526387
Admission Cell : 0141-5191791, 0141-5191792
Toll Free : 1800 180 6566
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Ph.D. Programme

The department has Ph. D. Programme both in experimental as well as theoretical physics. Students in this Programme are trained through rigorous course work covering basic as well as advanced level courses before starting their research work. The major research areas in the department are Cosmology, High Energy Physics, Material Science, Photovoltaic, Solar Cell, Biosensors and Nanotechnology, Theoretical and computational Biophysics, General relativity, Black holes, Quantum Gravity and Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics.

Admission to Ph.D Programme

The admission advertisement usually appears twice in a year on the institute web page.

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Syllabus for Written Test:

  • Classical Mechanics : Conservation of linear momentum, energy, and angular momentum, Lagrangian, action principle, Euler-Lagrange equations, Lagrangian formalism, Generalized coordinates, Hamiltonian, Hamilton’s equations of motion, Phase space and phase trajectories, Hamiltonian systems and Liouville’s theorem, Canonical transformations, Poisson brackets.
  • Electrodynamics : Electrostatics, Gauss law and its application, Magnetostatics, Electromotive force, Faraday laws, Maxwell equations, wave equation, electromagnetic waves in vacuum, wave equation for E and B, scalar and vector potential, gauge transformations, electric and magnetic field in matter, Polarization, magnetization.
  • Quantum Mechanics : Basic principles of quantum mechanics, Probabilities and probability amplitudes, linear vector spaces, Eigen states and eigenvalues, wave function, Heisenberg uncertainty principle, Schrödinger equation, one dimensional potential problems, linear harmonic oscillator, Orbital angular momentum operators, spherical harmonics, hydrogen atom problem. Charged particle in a uniform constant magnetic field, Time independent perturbation theory, Time dependent perturbation theory, variational methods.
  • Statistical Mechanics : First law of thermodynamics, Second law of thermodynamics, Third law of thermodynamics, microcanonical ensemble, canonical ensemble, grand canonical ensemble, quantum statistics, phase diagrams, phase equilibria and phase transitions.
  • Mathematical Methods : Orthogonal and curvilinear coordinates, Scalar and vector fields, Vector differential operators, Gauss’ theorem, Green’s theorem, Stokes theorem and their applications, Laplace and Poisson equations, Linear vector spaces and representations, Elements of complex variables, various special functions, Fourier analysis, Fourier transforms, and Laplace transforms.