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Department of Chemistry
1^{st} Semester
Course no. 
Course Title 
Credit

PSC 1101 
Algebra and Trigonometry 
2 
PSC 1102 
Calculus I 
2 
PSC 1103 
Mechanics 
3 
PSC 1104 
Properties of Matter I 
3 
PSC 1105 
Computer Fundamentals 
2 
PSC 1106 
Physical Chemistry I 
3 
PSC 1107 
Inorganic Chemistry I 
2 
PSC 1108 
বাংলা ও বাংলাদেশের ইতিহাস 
2 
PSC 1109 
English Language 
2 
PSC 1110L 
Experiments in General Physics 
3 
PSC 1111L 
Experiments in General Chemistry 
2 

Semester Viva 
1 

Total 
27 
2^{nd} Semester
Course no. 
Course Title 
Credit

PSC 1201 
Set Theory and Matrix Algebra 
2 
PSC 1202 
Calculus II (Integral Calculus) 
2 
PSC 1203 
Properties of Matter II 
2 
PSC 1204 
Electricity and Magnetism 
3 
PSC 1205 
Inorganic Chemistry II 
2 
PSC 1206 
Organic Chemistry I 
3 
PSC 1207 
Statistics I 
2 
PSC 1208 
Computer with Numerical Analysis 
2 
PSC 1209 
English Language Advanced 
2 
PSC 1210 
People Movement From 1900 1971 
2 
PSC 1211L 
Experiments in Electricity and Magnetism I 
2 
PSC 1212L 
Qualitative Inorganic analysis 
2 

Semester Viva 
1 

Total 
27 
3^{rd} Semester
Course no. 
Course Title 
Credit

PSC 2301 
Analytical Geometry 
2 
PSC 2302 
Linear Algebra 
2 
PSC 2303 
Optics 
3 
PSC 2304 
Electronics 
3 
PSC 2305 
Physical Chemistry II 
3 
PSC 2306 
Organic Chemistry II 
3 
PSC 2307L 
Experiment in Optics 
2 
PSC 2308L 
Physical Chemistry Lab I 
2 

Semester Viva 
1 

Total 
21 
4^{th} Semester
Course no. 
Course Title 
Credit

PSC 2401 
Differential Equation 
2 
PSC 2402 
Heat and Thermodynamics 
3 
PSC 2403 
Statistics II 
3 
PSC 2404 
Nuclear Physics & Chemistry 
2 
PSC 2405 
Biochemistry 
3 
PSC 2406 
Chemical Spectroscopy I 
3 
PSC 2407L 
Experiment in Heat & Thermodynamics 
2 
PSC 2408L 
Inorganic preparation and volumetric analysis 
2 

Semester Viva 
1 

Total 
21 
SectionIII (Chemistry Courses)
(For Students of B.Sc. Honours in Chemistry)
5^{th} Semester
Course no. 
Course Title 
Credit

CHEM 3501 
Electrochemistry 
3 
CHEM 3502 
Chemistry of the Representative Elements 
3 
CHEM 3503 
Organic Chemistry III 
3 
CHEM 3504 
Stereochemistry 
2 
CHEM 3505 
Analytical Chemistry I 
3 
CHEM 3506L 
Physical Chemistry Lab II 
3 
CHEM 3507L 
Identification of Organic Compounds 
2 

Semester Viva 
1 

Total 
20 
6^{th} Semester
Course no. 
Course Title 
Credit

CHEM 3601 
Chemical Kinetics 
3 
CHEM 3602 
Transition metals and coordination chemistry 
3 
CHEM 3603 
Organic Reaction Mechanism I 
3 
CHEM 3604 
Chemical Spectroscopy II: Application 
3 
CHEM 3605 
Organic Process Industries 
3 
CHEM 3606L 
Complexometric Titration and Gravimetric Analysis 
3 
CHEM 3607L 
Organic Preparations 
2 

Semester Viva 
1 

Total 
21 
7^{th} Semester
Course no. 
Course Title 
Credit

CHEM 4701 
Quantum Chemistry and Statistical Mechanics 
3 
CHEM 4702 
Solid State Chemistry 
2 
CHEM 4703 
Chemistry of Natural Products 
3 
CHEM 4704 
Inorganic Process Industries 
3 
CHEM 4705 
Analytical Chemistry II 
3 
CHEM 4706L 
Spectroscopic Analysis 
2 
CHEM4707L 
Chromatographic Techniques 
2 

Semester Viva 
1 

Total 
19 
8^{th} Semester
Course no. 
Course Title 
Credit

CHEM 4801 
Surface Chemistry, Colloid Science & Phyase Equilibrium 
2 
CHEM 4802 
Advanced concepts of atomic structure and chemical bonding 
3 
CHEM 4803 
Organic reaction mechanism II 
3 
CHEM 4804 
Polymer Chemistry 
3 
CHEM 4805 
Environmental Chemistry 
3 
CHEM 4806 
Project work/Internship 
3 

Semester Viva 
1 

Total 
18 
Department of Physics
1^{st} Semester
Course no. 
Course Title 
Credit

PSC 1101 
Algebra and Trigonometry 
2 
PSC 1102 
Calculus I 
2 
PSC 1103 
Mechanics 
3 
PSC 1104 
Properties of Matter I 
3 
PSC 1105 
Computer Fundamentals 
2 
PSC 1106 
Physical Chemistry I 
3 
PSC 1107 
Inorganic Chemistry I 
2 
PSC 1108 
বাংলা ও বাংলাদেশের ইতিহাস 
2 
PSC 1109 
English Language 
2 
PSC 1110L 
Experiments in General Physics 
3 
PSC 1111L 
Experiments in General Chemistry 
2 

Semester Viva 
1 

Total 
27 
2^{nd} Semester
Course no. 
Course Title 
Credit

PSC 1201 
Set Theory and Matrix Algebra 
2 
PSC 1202 
Calculus II (Integral Calculus) 
2 
PSC 1203 
Properties of Matter II 
2 
PSC 1204 
Electricity and Magnetism 
3 
PSC 1205 
Inorganic Chemistry II 
2 
PSC 1206 
Organic Chemistry I 
3 
PSC 1207 
Statistics I 
2 
PSC 1208 
Computer with Numerical Analysis 
2 
PSC 1209 
English Language Advanced 
2 
PSC 1210 
People Movement From 1900 1971 
2 
PSC 1211L 
Experiments in Electricity and Magnetism I 
2 
PSC 1212L 
Qualitative Inorganic analysis 
2 

Semester Viva 
1 

Total 
27 
3^{rd} Semester
Course no. 
Course Title 
Credit

PSC 2301 
Analytical Geometry 
2 
PSC 2302 
Linear Algebra 
2 
PSC 2303 
Optics 
3 
PSC 2304 
Electronics 
3 
PSC 2305 
Physical Chemistry II 
3 
PSC 2306 
Organic Chemistry II 
3 
PSC 2307L 
Experiment in Optics 
2 
PSC 2308L 
Physical Chemistry Lab I 
2 

Semester Viva 
1 

Total 
21 
4^{th} Semester
Course no. 
Course Title 
Credit

PSC 2401 
Differential Equation 
2 
PSC 2402 
Heat and Thermodynamics 
3 
PSC 2403 
Statistics II 
3 
PSC 2404 
Nuclear Physics & Chemistry 
2 
PSC 2405 
Biochemistry 
3 
PSC 2406 
Chemical Spectroscopy I 
3 
PSC 2407L 
Experiment in Heat & Thermodynamics 
2 
PSC 2408L 
Inorganic preparation and volumetric analysis 
2 

Semester Viva 
1 

Total 
21 
SectionII (Physics Courses)
(For Students of B.Sc. Hons. in Physics)
5^{th} Semester
Course no. 
Course Title 
Credit

PHY 3501 
Classical Mechanics and Relativity 
4 
PHY 3502 
Classical Electrodynamics 
4 
PHY 3503 
Solid State Physics I 
4 
PHY 3504 
Quantum Mechanics I 
4 
PHY 3505L 
Experiments in Electricity and Magnetism II 
3 

Semester Viva 
1 

Total 
20 
6^{th} Semester
Course no. 
Course Title 
Credit

PHY 3601 
Quantum Mechanics II 
4 
PHY 3602 
Solid State Physics II 
4 
PHY 3603 
Statistical Mechanics 
4 
PHY 3604 
Digital Electronics 
4 
PHY 3605L 
Experiments in Electronics and Instrumentation I 
3 

Semester Viva 
1 

Total 
20 
7^{th} Semester
Course no. 
Course Title 
Credit

PHY 4701 
Nuclear Physics 
4 
PHY 4702 
GeoPhysics 
4 
PHY 4703 
Laser Physics 
4 
PHY 4704 
Solar Energy 
4 

Experiments in Electronics and Instrumentation II 
3 

Semester Viva 
1 

Total 
20 
8^{th} Semester
Course no. 
Course Title 
Credit

PHY 4801 
Reactor Physics 
4 
PHY 4802 
Biophysics 
3 
PHY 4803 
Astronomy and Cosmology 
3 
PHY 4804 
Atmospheric Physics 
3 

Project Work 
4 

Semester Viva 
1 

Total 
18 
SectionI (Common Courses)
First Year (First semester)
PSC 1101 
Algebra and Trigonometry 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rationale: Algebra and Trigonometry are the foundations of mathematics. Without understanding these subjects no one can proceed to learn other areas of mathematics. After completion of this course students will got some useful and applicable ideas on mathematical logic, Set Theory, Inequalities, Algebraic series, Theory of Equations and Complex number
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
At the end of the course the students will be able to: · Represent situations and solve problems using algebraic equations and inequalities · Identify, use notation and calculate sums and terms or arithmetic, geometric and harmonic, progression. 
Inequalities: Ordered properties of Real number, Arithmetic, Geometric and harmonic means; Weierstrass; Chauchy’s and Chebyshev’s inequalities. 
Lecture, Handouts 
Quiz test 
· Basic concept of cubic and biquadrate equations, summation of algebraic series. 
Theory of equations: Relations between roots and coefficients of an Algebraic equation; Descartes Rule of sign; Cubic equations; Cardan’s method. 
Lecture, Handouts 
Tutorial examination 
· Perform basic mathematical operations with complex numbers. Find complex solutions or certain equations. 
Complex numbers and their properties: De Moivre’s theorem and its applications; Hyperbolic functions and their relations or trigonometric functions. 
Lecture, Handouts 
Tutorial examination 
· Explain the summation of trigonometry series 
Summations of series: (Algebraic and trigonometric); Gregory’s series. 
Lecture, Handouts 
Midterm examination 
Books Recommended:
First Year (First semester)
PSC 1102 
Calculus I: Differential Calculus 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: This course in calculus is intended to develop practical skills in differential. As well, it is intended to illustrate various applications of calculus to technical problems.
Objectives: The objective of this course is
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
After Completion of the course, the students will be able to: · explain real number system · define function, domain, range, limit, graPhys of functions and some properties · explain L’Hospital’s rule, continuity and differentiability · Differentiate any algebraic or transcendental function. · define and using notations of successive differentiations · MeanValue theorem,Taylor’s and Maclaurins series · define maxima and minima of a function and determine its value of functions of one variable · define tangent and normal, find the equation of tangent and normal · define curvature and determine center and radius of curvature 
Introduction: Real Number system; Intervals; absolute value; Solution of Linear and quadratic inequalities. 
Lecture Handouts 
Quiz Test 
Functions of a single variable: Domain and Range; GraPhy of simple functions; such as polynomials; Exponential function and Trigonometric functions.) (Y = e^{x}, Y = a^{x}, Y = x^{a} etc.); Inverse functions. 
Lecture Handouts 
Quiz test, Assignment 

Limit and Continuity: Related theorems; Evaluation of limits; Infinite limits; Continuity (properties of Continuous functions, standard theorems, examples). 
Lecture Handouts 
Tutorial Examination Assignment 

Differentiation: Definition of a derivative; Derivative of algebraic; trigonometric and Hyperbolic functions; Parametric functions; Implicit functions; Successive Differentiation and Leibnitz theorem; Increasing and decreasing functions; Maximum and Minimum of functions; Mean value theorem; Maclaurin’s and Taylor’s theorem; Indeterminate forms; L’Hospital’s Rule. 
Lecture Handouts 
Tutorial Examination Assignment 

Polar coordinates. 
Lecture Handouts 
Midterm Examination 

Applications of Derivatives: Tangents and Normals; Asymptotes; Curvature envelopes and evolutes. 
Lecture Handouts 
Quiz test, Assignment 
Books Recommended:
7^{th}ed, 2000
First Year (First Semester)
PSC 1103 
Mechanics 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rationale: The Course will foster skills in scientific thinking, set in context and developed through applicationled learning. Learners will acquire knowledge of concepts in Physics relevant to this level of Course, and be able to apply their understanding to practical situations.
Objectives: The subject aims to provide the student with:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
After completion of the course, students will be able to: Ø Learn the basic of vector algebra and its related theorem. 
1. Vector Algebra: Vector and scalar quantities; Vector addition and subtractions; Vector differentiation and integration; Gradient of a scalar, divergence and curl of a vector; Scalar and vector products and their significance; Gauss’s divergence theorem, Green’s theorem and Stokes theorems, SPhyerical polar and cylindrical coordinates; Surface and volume element, Δ and Laplacian operators in polar and Cylindrical coordinates. 
Lectures, hand notes. 
Assignments, Class tests 
Ø Understand the basic of motion 
2. Kinematics and Particle Dynamics: Concept of motion and frame of reference; Equations of motion; Tangential and normal components of acceleration in a place; Projectile motion; Uniform Circular motion; Newton’s laws of motion; Concept of mass and force; Frictional forces and their laws. 
Lectures, hand notes. 
Class tests 
Ø Understand the basic of work and energy. 
3. Work, Energy and Power: Work done by constant and variable forces; Kinetic and potential energies; Workenergy theorem; Conservative and nonconservative forces; One dimensional forces depending on position only; two and three dimensional conservative systems; Principle of conservation of energy. 
Lectures, hand notes and power points. 
Class tests 
Ø Understand the basic of linear momentum and collision. 
4. Conservation of Linear Momentum: Centre of mass; Motion of a system of particles and its linear momentum; Conservation of linear momentum for a system of particles; Application of the linear momentum principle in cases of rocket propulsion and collision Phyenomena. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Quiz tests 
Ø Understand the basic of kinematics. 
5. Rotational Kinematics: Rotational motion; Rotational quantities as vectors; Rotation with constant angular acceleration; Relation between linear and angular kinematics of a particle in circular motion. 
Lectures, hand notes and power points. 
Midterm exams, Power Point Presentations 
Ø Learn the basic of rotational dynamics and its various theorem. 
6. Rotational Dynamics: Torque and angular momentum; Kinetic energy of rotation and rotational inertia (moment of inertia); Rotational dynamics of a rigid body; Parallel and perpendicular axes theorems; Calculation of moment of inertia; Conservation of angular momentum. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Midterm exams 
Books Recomended:
Publishing Company.
First Year (First semester)
PSC 1104 
Properties of MatterI 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: To teach about the properties of matter, wave and sound so that students can solve relative mathematical problems by using those properties.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to:

Properties of Matter:

Lectures, handout and group discussion 
Assignment 
The students will be able to:
· Describe the motion of planets and satellites. · Define escape velocity, derive its mathematical expression, and calculate its value & related mathematical problems.

Gravitation:

Lectures, handout and group discussion 
Assignment 
The students will be able to: · Define surface tension & surface energy. · Describe the molecular Phyenomenon of surface tension and the relation between surface tension and surface energy. 
Surface Tension: · Surface tension as a molecular Phyenomenon, surface tension and surface energy, capillary rise or fall of liquids, pressure on a curved membrane due to surface tension, determination of surface tension of water, mercury and soap solution, effect of temperature. 
Lectures, handout and group discussion 
Assignment 
· Describe the capillarity of liquids and determine the surface tension of water, mercury and soap solution. · Define elastic constants and derive the relations between them. 
Elasticity: · Moduli of elasticity, Poisson’s ratio, relations between elastic constants and their determination, cantilever, flat spiral spring.

Lectures, handout and group discussion 
Assignment 
Books Recommended:
First Year (First semester)
PSC 1105 
Computer Fundamentals 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: Some students don’t have access to computer elsewhere, so they need to learn the basic of computer. So that they can keep up pace with this computermediated world.
Objectives: Demonstrate fundamental knowledge of computer Hardware and Software.
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
After completion of the course, students will learn….
Using Shortcut
Creating word document.
Creating CV and cover letter.
– Creating styles

Software Microsoft Office Word Document:

Lecture Discussion in group Practice by doing 
Assignments, Lab test, Class test

– Creating a workbook
– Opening, closing and saving workbooks
– Entering data into cells
– Automatic calculation

Microsoft Office Excel

Lecture Discussion in group Practice by doing 
Final Exam 
Work with the basic features of PowerPoint.
– Work with presentations.
– Create brilliant presentations
– Previewing A Slide Show 
Microsoft Office Power point Presentation:

Lecture Discussion in group Practice by doing 
Classtest, Presentation 
Basic computer hardware 
Hardware

showingand describe these components 
Lab test 
Books Recommended:
First Year (First semester)
PSC 1106 
Physical Chemistry I 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge about Phyysical chemistry.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand about SI unit and Accuracy & precision in the measurement. 
Introduction: An introduction to Phyysical chemistry; Energy; Electromagnetic radiation; Quantization of energy levels; Population of energy levels; Equipartition of energy, Chemistry and Measurement, SI units; Measurement and significant figures; Accuracy and precision; Application of statistical methods. 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to learn the basic law of gases and ideal gas & real gas and related mathematical problems.

The Gaseous State: The perfect gas; Pressure; Gas laws; Mixture of gases; Kinetic model of gases; Molecular speeds; Collision frequency; Real gases; Compression factor; Condensation; Critical constant; the van der Waals equation; Principle of corresponding states; Equation of state for real gases; Andrews experiment; PVT surface for real substances; Heat of transmission; Virial equation. 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to draw the Phyase diagram of different substance. They will able to explain about Phyase rule and also the structure of crystal. 
The Liquid and Solid: Composition; Change of state; Phyase transitions; Phyase diagrams; Properties of liquids; Vapour pressure of liquids; Surface tension and viscosity; Intermolecular forces.
Classification of solids: Crystalline solids; Crystal lattices and unit cell; Structure of some crystalline solids. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to prepare the solution of different concentration and to explain the Colligative properties of different types of solution. 
Solutions: Types of solutions; Solubility and the solution process; Factors determining solubility; Molecular solution and Ionic solutions; Effect of temperature and pressure on solubility; Henry’s law; Colligative properties; Vapour pressure of a solution; Rauolt’s law of vapour pressure lowering; Boiling point elevation and freezing point depression; Osmosis and osmotic pressure.
Ionic solutions: Properties of ionic solutions; Degree of dissociation; Colligative properties of solution; Conductivities of ions; Ion mobility. 
Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Quiz test

The students will be able to understand Chemical equilibrium. They will gain the knowledge about solubility of different substance and the factors affecting solubility. They will able to calculate the solubility of different substance and Phy of different solutions. 
Chemical Equilibrium: Equilibrium states; Law of mass action; Gaseous reactions; Chemical equilibrium; A dynamic equilibrium; Equilibrium constant; Homogeneous equilibria; Le Chatelier principle; Variables affecting equilibrium concentration ( pressure, temperature, substrate ); Effect of catalyst; Dissociative and Associative reactions; Ostwald dilution law; Solubility products; Common ion effect; Phy and buffer solution. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
Books Recommended:
First Year (First semester)
PSC 1107 
Inorganic Chemistry I 
2.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge about inorganic chemistry.
Objectives:
The principal objective of this course is to introduce the students with the fundamental of inorganic chemistry so that subsequent disciplines of Chemistry can be understood in subsequent courses.
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand about the abundance of elements in universe and origin of universe.

Introductory Concepts: Relative abundance of the elements of the universe; stellar evaluation and nuclear synthesis of elements; Origin of the universe; Big bang theory, inflationary universe. 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to understand the wave nature of particles. They also will be able to know about quantum concept, atomic structure, and electronic configuration.

Particle, Properties of waves: Particle properties of waves in nature; Electromagnetic radiation; Phyotoelectric effect and its important features: Compton effect; Pair production and pair annihilation; Concept of light; Phyotons and gravity; Black holes; xray; Production, continuous and characteristic of xrays, xray diffraction; Quantum concept and Atomic structure; Schrodinger equationfour quantum numbers. Electronic configuration of atoms: Aufbau Principle; Hund’s rule; Pauli exclusion principle; Uncertainty principle; Wave particle duality; Electron probability distribution; Shapes of orbitals. 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to understand the structure of atoms and atomic spectra in terms of Bohr atom model. 
The Structure of the atoms; Historical background; Discharge of electricity through gases; Conduction of electricity through solution of some substances; Determination of c/m for cathode rays; Determination of charge of an electron; system, Radioactivity; Nature and characteristics of the radiation. J.J Thomson’s theory; Rutherford’s nuclear theory; Isotope and mass spectrograPhy; Nuclear Dimensions; Electron orbit; Atomic spectrathe Bohr model of the atoms; Bohr Sommerfield modification. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Midterm examination 
The students will be able to describe periodic table 
Periodic Table and Classification of Elements: The modern periodic table; variation of properties within periods and groups; Usefulness and limitation of the periodic table; Ionization potentials; Electron affinity and electro negativities. 
Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Quiz test

The students will be able to explain different types of chemical bonds 
The Chemical Bonds: The electronic concepts of chemical bonds; Types of bonds: Ionic bond, general properties of ionic bonds; Covalent bonds; Lewis formulae. Resonance; Valence shell Electron Repulsion theory; Preliminary treatment of Valence Bond theory; Hybridization; Principles of Molecular orbital theory of simple molecules; Delocalized bonding: other types of chemical bonds Metallic bond, hydrogen bond, van der Waals forces. 
Lectures, handout

Assignment 
The students will be able to define acids and bases 
Acid And Bases: The Arrhenius concept; the protonic or Bronsted concept; Lewis acids and bases; Usanovich concept; The strength of acids and bases. 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to explain Xrays. 
Xrays: Production of xrays, xray spectrum etc. 
Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint 
Quiz test

Books Recommended:
First Year (First Semester)
PSC 1108 
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First Year (First semester)
PSC 1109 
English Language 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rationale: The intended course is designed as a building block for students who have a desire to learn basic skills of English language.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
After completion of the course, students will be able to: This section of practice makes students fluent and spontaneous in using English as foreign language. Students feel more confident sharing their ideas in this language. This fundamental topic helps them to use the language in daily necessity 
1. Conversation: 1.1 & 1.2 Greetings (formal and informal). 1.3 & 1.4 Parting (formal and informal) 1.5 & 1.0 Introducing self. 1.7 & 1.8 Introducing one to another 1.9 & 1.10 Telling about self. 1.11 Asking WhQuestions. 1.14 Answering Whquestions. 1.15 Answering telePhyone 1.16 TelePhyonic Conversation. 1.17 & 1.18 Describing persons/places/things 1.191.20 Interviewing people. 
Lecture, group participation 
Tutorial, assignment, quiz 
Ø Students became able to read rapidly and find out the moral if given any through the text. 
2. Reading Comprehension: 2.1 Glaciers. 2.2 Wonderful Water 2.3 Presidential Talent 2.4 The Ebony Express. 2.6 The VerrazanoNarrows Bridge. 2.7 Johnny Appleseed. 2.8 Hurricuanes. 2.9 The Kangaroo Rat 2.10 Boy Genius. 2.11 Chimpanzees Can Learn. 2.12 Busy Honey Bees. 2.13 Robert Wadlow 2.14 Bat Rider. 2.15 Feas 2.16 Thomas Edison’s Intensions. 2.17 Geodesic Domes 2.18 Saguaro Cactrus 2.19 Clyde Betty. 
Lectures, hand notes, 
Class test. Tutorial, assignment, quiz 
Books Recomended:
First Year (First semester)
PSC 1110L 
Experiments in General Physics 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: The Course will foster skills in scientific thinking, set in context and developed through applicationled learning. Learners will acquire knowledge of concepts in Physics relevant to this level of Course, and be able to apply their understanding to practical situations.
Objectives: The subject aims to provide the student with:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
After completion of the course, students will be able to:

1. Verification of Hook’s law for spring. 2.Properties of a compound pendulum; determination of ‘g’ 3. Determination of ‘g’ by Kater’s pendulum 4. Surface tension by capillary tube method and Quincke’s method. 5. Mariation of surface tension of a liquid with temperature. 6. Viscosity of fluids; Variation of viscosity of water with temperature. 7. Young’s modulus of a wire by Searle’s apparatus 8. Rigidity modulus of a wire by dynamic method 9. The measurement of the velocity of sound in air by standing wave observations. 
Practical and hand notes 
Assignments, Viva voce and Class tests 
Books Recommended:
PSC 1111L 
Experiments in General Chemistry 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
First Year (First semester)
Rational: This course will help students to learn the basic knowledge of Physical and organic laboratory work.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to measure accurate volume of pipette. 
Calibration of volumetric glassware: Calibration of a Pipette.

Lectures, demonstration 
Assignment

The students will be able to calculate the number of water molecule in hydrated compounds. 
Determination of the formula of a hydrate.

Lectures, demonstration 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able todetermination of gram equivalent weight of magnesium. 
Determination of gram equivalent weight of magnesium.

Lectures, demonstration 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able todetermination of the molecular weight of condensable vapour. 
Determination of the molecular weight of a condensable vapour.

Lectures, demonstration 
Quiz test

The students will be able todetermine the heat of neutralization of a strong acid and a strong based (NaOH, HCl). 
Determination of the heat of neutralization of a strong acid and a strong based.

Lectures, demonstration 
Oral Examination 
The students will be able to calculate the number of drops in one mL of water. 
Determination of the volume of a drop of water and to calculate the number drops in one mL of water. 
Lectures, demonstration 
Oral Examination 
The students will be able to determine the concentration of acid and base by titration. 
Acidbase titration. 
Lectures, demonstration 
Midterm Examination 
The students will be able to determine the Phy of different acids and bases. 
Measurement of Phy 
Lectures, demonstration 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to determine theSolubility of organic compounds. 
Solubility of organic compounds. 
Lectures, demonstration 
Midterm Examination 
The students will be able to determine thedistribution coefficient of iodine between water carbon tetrachloride. 
Determination of the distribution coefficient of iodine between water carbon tetrachloride. 
Lectures, demonstration 
Midterm Examination 
The students will be able todraw the Phyase diagram of Phyenol water system. 
Phyase diagram of Phenol water system. 
Lectures, demonstration 
Oral Examination 
Books Recommended:
First Year (Second semester)
PSC 1201 
Set Theory and Matrix Algebra 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: The intended course is designed as a building block for students who have a desire to establish their career in Physics, chemistry and engineering. The goals of this course are to provide students with the basic knowledge of set and matrix and to apply the knowledge in real life.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
After completion of the course, students will be able to · recognize and perform basic operations of sets, relations and functions and find their inverses · perform basic operations of matrix algebra and evaluate adjoint, inverse and rank of matrices · Implement Crammer’s rule and matrix method to solve the system of linear equations 
Set theory: Algebra of set: Cartesian product; Functions and Relations; Binary operations. 
Lecture Handouts group discussion 
Quiz test, Tutorial Examination, Assignment. 
Matrices and Determinants. Algebra of Matrices and Determinants; Evaluation of determinants; Inverse Matrices; Rank of Matrices; Block Matrices. 
Lectures Handouts power point 
Mid Term Examination, Assignment Presentation 

System of Linear equations and their solutions by Matrix Method, Cramer’s rule. 
Lectures Handouts and power point 
Tutorial Examination Assignment presentation 
Books Recommended:
1. 
Lipschutz, S. 
: 
Set Theory and Related Topics, McGrawHill Co., New Delhi, 11^{th}ed, 2013 
2. 
Hadley, G. 
: 
Linear Algebra, Addision Wesley, NY, 9^{th}ed, 2010 
3. 
Lipschutz, S. 
: 
Linear Algebra, McGrawHill Co., New Delhi, 7^{th}ed, 2013 
4. 
Ansary, M. A. 
: 
Matrix, Bangla Academy, Dhaka, 1^{st}ed, 2003 
5. 
Agarwal, R.S. 
: 
Set Theory & Number System, S. Chad & Co., New Delhi, 12^{th}ed,2014 
6. 
P. N. Chatterjee 
: 
Matrices, Rajhans Prakashan Mandir, Kolkata, 22^{th}ed, 2012 
7. 
Howard Anton 
: 
Elementary Linear Algebra, Wiley & Sons, USA, 5^{th}ed, 2013 
First Year (Second semester)
PSC 1202 
Calculus II (Integral Calculus) 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: The intended course is designed as a building block for students who have a desire to establish their career in Phyysical sciences. In modern science, Integral Calculus is widely used in factories, automobiles, aircrafts, the development of radio, television, spectral lines, weather forecasting, and formulating strategies in the fields of agriculture of war.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
After completion of the course, students will be able to: · basic definition of indefinite integrals, integrand and integration and also solve these types of mathematical problems. · perform accurately definite integrals, and acquire knowledge of fundamental theorem, general properties of definite integrations and also calculate the mathematical problem. · evaluate the different types of integrals and it develops their skill in integration. · basic definition of reduction formula, improper integrals, Beta and Gamma function. · determine the arc lengths, areas and volumes of different types of curves. 
Indefinite Integrals: Techniques of integration (by substition, by parts, rational fractions). Integration of Trigonometric, Hyperbolic and Transcendental fractions. 
Lecture, Handouts 
Quiz test 
Definite Integrals: Fundamental theorem of calculus; Integration as the limit of a sum; properties of definite integrals. 
Lecture, Handouts 
Assignment, Tutorial examination Assignment 

Application of definite integrals; Area under a curve; Area between two curves; Volumes; Length of a plane curve; Area of surface of revolution. 
Lecture, Handouts 
Midterm examination 

Reduction formula. 
Lecture, Handouts 
Assignment, Tutorial examination 

Improper Integrals; Beta and gamma functions. 
Lecture, Handouts 
Tutorial examination 
Books Recommended:
10^{th}ed,2019.
5.Matin, M.A. : Integral Calculus, Muhammad Brothers, Dhaka, 9^{th}ed, 2019.
First Year (Second Semester)
PSC 1203 
Properties of Matter II 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rationale: This course will help students to learn the basic knowledge of Properties of matter. They will develop skills in making informed decisions, and be prepared to make reasoned evaluations on environmental and scientific issues. They will develop investigative and experimental skills in a Physics context.
Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to:

Oscillations: Harmonic, simple harmonic motion (SHM); Mass spring system, Energy conservation in SHM; Applications of SHM; Relationship between SHM and uniform circular motions; Combination of harmonic motions; Lissajons figure; Damped harmonic motion; underdamped, over damped motion, critical damping; Forced oscillations and resonance. 
Lectures, hand notes. 
Assignments, Class tests 
The students will be able to:

Travelling Waves: Waves in Elastic media, transverse and longitudinal waves: Equations of travelling waves; Speed of propagation of waves in a stretched string; Longitudinal waves in a bar; plane waves in fluid, Transmission of energy by travelling waves; mathematical representation of plane & sPhyerical wave fronts; The superposition principle; Waves in a canal; Ripples; Courier series; Group speed and Phyase speed. 
Lectures, hand notes, 
Class tests 
The students will be able to:

Stationery Waves: Reflection and transmission at a junction; Reflection at a fixed end of a stretched string; Boundary conditions for no reflection; Normal modes and proper reflection; Frequencies of a stretched string; Damped and forced vibrations of a string; Laws of transverse vibration of a stretched string; Reflection of compressional waves in a tube; Open pipes; Closed pipes; Vibration of rods and plates. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Quiz tests, midterm, Assignment 
The students will be able to:

Sound waves: Intensity and intensity levels; Loudness and pitch. Waves in three dimensions; Interference of sPhyerical sound waves; diffraction of sound waves; Radiation efficiencies of a sound source; Beats Combination to tones; Doppler effect. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Quiz tests, presentation 
Books Recommended:
First Year (Second Semester)
PSC 1204 
Electricity and Magnetism 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: The aim is to familiarize the students with the fundamental concepts and laws in electricity and magnetism, and establish grounding in electromagnetism in preparation for more advanced electronic engineering courses. It is also to provide them with analytical tools to understand and analysis the interactions between timevarying electric and magnetic fields.
Objectives: The subject aims to provide the student with:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to: · learn the basic of electricity and related theorem and its application 
1. Electric field: Electric charge; Coulomb’s law; Electric field; Point charge in an electric field: electric flux; Gauss’s law and some applications. Gauss’s law in differential form. 
Lectures, hand notes. 
Assignments, Class tests 
The students will be able to: · understand the basic of electric potential 
2.Electric potential: Potential and field strength; Potential due to a point charge; Group of point charges and a Dipole Electric Potential Energy; Calculation of field strength from potential 
Lectures, hand notes, 
Class tests 
The students will be able to: · differentiate between capacitors and dielectric 
3.Capacitors and Dielectric: Capacitance, its calculation; Dielectric and Gauss’s law; Parallel plate capacitor with dielectric: Polarization vector and displacements vector; Electric vectors; Energy stored in an electric field; Capacitors in parallel and in series 
Lectures, hand notes 
Quiz tests 
The students will be able to:
· learn about current, resistance and how energy transfer in electric circuit. 
4.Current and Resistance: Current and current density; Drift speed and charge carrier; Resistance; Resistivity and conductivity; Ohm’s law; Resistivity. Addition of resistance in series & parallel and atomic view; Energy transfer in an electric circuit; electrical energy density in terms of electric field. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Quiz tests 
The students will be able to: · design various electric circuits. 
5.Electromotive force and Circuits: Electromotive force and potential difference; Kirchhoff’s laws; Single loop and multiloop circuits; Ammeter; Voltmeter and Galvanometer and their use, RC circuit; charging and discharging of a capacitor and the time constant; Energy transformation in RC circuit. 
Lectures, hand notes. 
Midterm exams, Power Point Presentations 
The students will be able to:
· understand the basic of magnetic field and some laws of its with applications. 
6.Magnetic force: Magnetic induction and magnetic effects of currents Lorentz force; Absence of magnetic monopole, properties of static magnetic field; Gauss’s law for magnetic field: Magnetic induction and magnetizing force; Magnetic force on a charge and on a current; Torque on a current loop; Moving coil galvanometer, The Hall effect: Magnetic effects of currentsThe BiotSavart law and its application: The Ampere’s law and its appication. Comparison between Biot–Savart and Ampere’s law its application. Comparison between Biot – Savart and ampere’s law: Field due to an infinite straight wire; ideal solenoid and Toroid. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Midterm exams 
The students will be able to:
· realize how an induction motor runs.

7. Electromagnetic Induction and Inductance: Faraday’s Law of electromagnetic induction; Lenz’s law; Motional emf; Selfinductance, Mutual Inductance; LR circuit and time constant, Energy and density of energy stored in a magnetic field. Energy transformation in an LR circuit; Analogy of inductor with mass. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Midterm exams 
The students will be able to:
· understand the basic of capacitors and inductors and design Rl, Rc and LCR circuit. 
8.Alternating Current: The simple AC generator; Alternating voltage and current and their graphyical representation; R.M.S value in an AC voltage applied to resistors; Capacitors and Inductors; AC current and voltage in series RL and in series RC circuits; LCR circuits; Power dissipation in and AC Circuits; Transformer 
Lectures, hand notes 
Assignments 
The students will be able to: · understand the basic of thermoelectricity 
9.Thermoelectricity: Seebeck, Peltier and Thomson effect; Relation between Seebeck, Peltier and Thomson e.m.f.; Thermoelectric power; Thermocouple. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Class tests 
· the students will be able to: · learn how to develop and employ various circuit models. 
10.Circuit Analysis and Network Theorems: Theremin’s theorem; Superposition theorem; Maximum power transfer theorem; Norton’s theorem; RLC ckts; Transient currents. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Class tests 
Books Recomended:
1.David Halliday, Robert Resnick,Physics Partll,Wiley Eastern Limited.
2.D.K. Cheng, Field and Wave Electromagnetics.
3.D.N. Vasudeva, Fundamentals of Magnetism and Electricity.
First Year (Second semester)
PSC 1205 
Inorganic Chemistry II 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge about inorganic chemistry.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to learn about preparation, properties, uses and compounds of hydrogen. They will learn about hydrogen bond and isotopes of hydrogen. 
Hydrogen: General remarks; Occurrence; Preparation; Properties and uses, Compounds; Hydrides sand hydride complexes; Hydrogen bond; Isotopes of hydrogen; Hydrogen fuel. 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to learn the properties, uses, isolation and reactions of noble gases. 
The noble gas: General remarks; Occurrence: properties and uses; Chemistry of noble gas. 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to learn about isolation and properties of the group I elements as well as preparation and properties of their compounds. 
The group I elements: General remarks; Occurrence; Isolation and properties; Preparation and properties of compounds. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to learn about isolation, properties and compounds of the group II elements as well as synthetic applications. 
The group II elements: General remarks; Occurrence; Isolation and properties; Compounds; Grignard reagents Structure, Solution and equation and synthetic applications. 
Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Quiz test

The students will be able to learn about isolation and properties of the group III elements as well as their chemistry. 
The group III elements: General remarks; Occurrence; Isolation and properties; Chemistry of trivalent state; Lower valent compound 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Assignment

The students will get knowledge about transition elements and coordination compounds. 
The Transition Elements: Periodic Trends in Transition elements. Complex ions and coordination compounds. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Quiz test

The students will be able to understand oxidation and reduction. They will be able to calculate oxidation number of different compounds and equivalent weights of oxidizing and reducing agents. 
Oxidation and reduction: The electronic concept; oxidation state and oxidation number; Assignment of oxidation number; Writing of equations involving oxidation reduction reactions; Equivalent weights of oxidizing and reducing agents; Oxidationreduction potentials and electromotive series of elements. 
Lectures, group discussion

Midterm Examination 
Books Recommended:
First Year (Second semester)
PSC 1206 
Organic Chemistry I 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge about Organic chemistry.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand about various types of chemical bonds. They also will be able to know about molecular orbital theory. 
Review and Background: Covalent bonds and shapes of molecules Electronic structure of atoms; The Lewis model of bonding; The octet rule; Functional groups; Bond length; Bond angles; polar and nonpolar molecules; Molecular orbital theory of covalent bonding.

Lectures, group discussion

Tutorial examination

The students will be able to know the nomenclature, preparations, and properties of alkanes, alkenes, dynes and alkynes. 
Alkanes and cycloalkanes: Structure; Structural isomerism Cycloalkanes; Nomenclature of alkanes and cycloalkanes; Configuration and conformations, Cstrans isomerism in cycloalkanes; sources and preparation; Phyysical Properties and chemistry; Free radicals’ mechanism of halogenations; Octane number.
Alkenes: Structure; Nomenclature; cistrans isomerism; EZ isomerism Preparation; Phyysical and chemical properties; Mechanism electroPhyilic addition; Markovnikovs’ rule; synthetic application of oxidation by O3 KMnO4 per acid etc.; Polymers of alkenes.
Dienes: Structure; Nomenclature; classes of dienes; Conjugated dienes and their stability; Reactions of conjugated dienes; DielsAlder reaction, Polymerization.
Alkynes: Structure; Nomenclature; Preparation: Reactions; ElectroPhyonic addition reactions; Acidity of terminal alkynes and application of their salts. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able understand the basic concepts of aromatic hydrocarbons. They also will be able to know the nomenclature, preparation and properties of aromatic hydrocarbons. 
Aromatic Hydrocarbons: Benzene: Source; structure; Concept of aromaticity; Huckelrule; Nomenclature of benzene denyatives Preparation; Disubstitution and poly substitution; ElectroPhyilic and mucleoPhyilic substitution with mechanism of nitration, sulfonation halogenation, alkylation, acylation etc. 
Lectures, handout

Assignment

The students will be able to know the preparation and properties of alkyl halides. They also will be able to know about Grignard reaction. 
Alkyl and Aryl Halides: Structure; Nomenclature; Preparation, Phyysically properites; Chemial properties; Substitution and elimination reaction with mechanism (SN1, SN2, E1, E2): Grignard reagent.

Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Quiz test

The students will be able to know the structure, preparation, properties and reactivity of alcohols and Phyenols. 
Alcohols and Phyenols: Structure; Nomenclature; Preparation, Phyysical properties (acidity and basicity of alcohols and Phyenols); Reactions of alcoholesterification; Oxidation; Williamson synthesis; Periodic acid oxidation of glycols; Reactivity of Phyenols in electroPhyilic substitution reactions (Reimer Tiemann reaction, Kolbe reaction, Diazonium coupling reaction). 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to know the structure, nomenclature, and preparation of ether, sulPhyides and epoxides 
Ether, Sulphyides and Epoxides: Structure; Nomenclature; Preparation; Williamsonether synthesis; Reactions of ether. 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
Books Recommended:
First Year (Second semester)
PSC 1207 
Statistics I 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: The rational of study is to introduce some statistical concept of organizing and simplifying data to make decisions and prediction.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The student will be able to describe concept of statistics and its terminology. 
An overview of Statistics: Scope of Statistics; Sampling; Population and sample, Random sample; Statistical thinking; System and Process; Data information and knowledge; Branches of Statistics Descriptive and Inferential Statistics. 
Lecture, Group Discussion etc. 
Assignments, Class Test, tutorial etc. 
The student will be able to provide concept of level of measurement 
Describing Data: Classification of variables Numerical (discrete of continuous) and Categorical; Measurement levels Nominal, ordinal and ratho scale; Sources of data: Primary, secondary and online. 
Lecture, Group Discussion etc. 
Assignments, Class Test, tutorial etc. 
The student will be able to present data in tabular and graPhyical form. 
Tables and GraPhys for Numerical Data: Classification and tabulation; Frequency distribution and its construction; Cumulative and relative cumulative frequency distribution; GraPhyical representation Histogram, frequency. Polygon and Ogive; Stem and leaf display; Bar chart; Pie short. 
Lecture, Group Discussion etc. 
Assignments, Class Test, tutorial etc. 
The student will be able to explain different measurements of central tendency for averaging data. 
Measures of Central Tendency: Mean: Arithmetic mean, Geometric mean and Harmonic mean; Median; Mode; Symmetry and skewness. 
Lecture, Group Discussion etc. 
Assignments, Class Test, tutorial etc. 
The student will be able to measure the variability and compare data. 
Measures of Variability (dispersion): Absolute measure: range, mean deviation, interquartile range, quartile deviation, variance, standard deviation percentile and quartile, Relative measures. 
Lecture, Group Discussion etc. 
Assignments, Class Test, tutorial etc. 
Books Recommended:
First Year (Second semester)
PSC 1208 
Computer withNumerical Analysis with Programming 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: Numerical analysis is the study of algorithms that use numerical approximation for the problems of mathematical analysis. A major advantage of numerical method is that a numerical solution can be obtained for problems, where an analytical solution does not exist. An additional advantage is that a numerical method only uses evaluation of standard functions and the operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Because these are just the operations a computer can perform, numerical mathematics and computers form a perfect combination.
Objectives: The objective of this course is
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
After Completion of the course, students will learn · Basic concepts of numerical analysis · Definition of forward difference, backward difference, central difference · Define of interpolation, extrapolation and polynomial · To derive different types of interpolation formula · To derive numerical methods to solve a system of linear equations and solve · To derive numerical methods of differentiation and Integration and solve some problems · Solve some related problems using programming language 
Numerical solution of algebraic and transcendental equations: Bisection method, methods of false position and its modification, Secant method, NewtonRaPhyson method, methods of successive approximation. NewtonRaPhyson method for a polynomial equation. Solutions of simultaneous equations of two variables by NewtonRaPhyson method. 
Lecture Handouts 
Quiz Test Tutorial Examination Assignment 
Interpolation: Concept of interpolation & extrapolation. Interpolation with equal intervals: Newton’s forward and backward interpolation formula. Gauss central difference forward and backward interpolation formula: Stirling’s interpolation formula. Interpolation with unequal intervals. Newton’s general divided difference interpolation formula. Interpolation with unequal intervals. Newton’s general divided difference interpolation formula, LaGrange’s formula. 
Lecture Handouts 
Quiz test Assignment Tutorial Examination


Solutions of simultaneous equations: Gauss elimination method, GaussJordan elimination method, GaussJacob iterative method, GaussSeidal iterative method, Crout’s Lu decomposition method and Dolittle decomposition method. 
Lecture Handouts 
Tutorial Examination Assignment 

Numerical differentiation 1^{st} order and 2^{nd} order derivatives with divided backward and central differences. 
Lecture Handouts 
Tutorial Examination Assignment 

Numerical Integration: Newton’s general quadratic formula, Simpon’s rule. I rape/oidal Rule, Weddle’s rules, Picards method. 
Lecture Handouts 
Midterm Examination Assignment 

Numerical solution of 1st order differential equation, Euler’s method polygon method, Heun’s method, RungeKutta method of order 4. 
Lecture Handouts 
Midterm Examination 

Computer Programming of the above topics with alogrithm in Fortran C/C++. 
Lecture Handouts 
Tutorial Examination Assignment 
Books Recommended:
2004
& Reynolds
First Year (Second semester)
PSC 1209 
English Language (Advanced) 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: The intended course is designed as a building block for students to have a desire to learn basic skills 0f English language
Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students will:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be fluent in speaking 
1. Conversation: Situational Dialogue Note: Materials will be selected by the Course Teacher. 
Lecture, Hand out. 
Assignment, tutorial, class test. 
They will be able to develop their reading, speaking and writing skills. 
2. Reading Comprehension: 2.1. Winter Farm Scene. 2.2. The World Grows Younger 2.3. The Health Check up 2.4. Children and Dogs 2.5. Workers on High Building. 2.6. World of Word. 2.7. Blood to Save Lives. 2.8. Song of the Talking Wire. 2.9. Riches of the Sea. 2.10. Atomic Power 2.11. The Life sand Writing of Edgar Allan Poe i. Part One (Class1) ii. Part Two (Classii) 2.12. The Mask of the Red Death. 2.13. The Story of Willium Wilson i. Part One (Class1) ii. Part Two o(Classii) iii. Part Three (Classiii) iv. Part Four (Classiv) 2.14. The Black Cat. 2.15. The TellTale Heart. 2.16. The Cash of Amontillsado. 
Lecture, Hand out 
Assignment, tutorial, class test. 
Books Recommended:
First Year (Second semester)
PSC 1210 
People’s Movement’s from 19001971 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: Basic understanding of the historical rise of Bengali Nationalism and its Political Movements.
Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students will:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
After completion of the course, students will be able to know the origin and the major factors of the rise of Bengali Nationalism 
The Background (The Rise of Bengali Nationalism); The British rule in Indian subcontinent, The World WarII; Creation of Pakistan and its ruling system; economic disparity, Failure in national integration. 
Lecture handouts 
Tutorial Examination 
Students will be able to identify the need and importance of Political Movements. 
Political movement: Language movement 19481952, The formation of Juktafront Government 1954; Constitutional movement 1962, Autonomy movement 1966; Mass movement 1969, General election 1970, Noncooperation movement 1971. 
Lecture and Group discussion 
Quize test 
Students will be able to explain the war processes and the achievement of Liberation War of Bangladesh. 
War of Liberation 1971: Attack on Bangladeshi people by Pakistani Army. Genocide and mass killing: Declaration of Independence of Bangladesh. Formation of Expatriate Government; The Muktibahini’s operations, Collaboration with Pakistani Army; The role of big powers in the war (India, USSR, USA, UK, Japan, UN); The surrender of Pakistan Army; Formation of the postwar Government, Freedom struggle in different countries. 
Lecture and Field work 
Assignment 
Books Recommended:
2.Maniruzzamzn T, The Bangladesh Revolution and its Aftermath, Dhaka, UPL, 1988.
First Year (Second Semester)
PSC 1211L 
Experiments in Electricity and Magnetism 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rationale: The Course will foster skills in scientific thinking, set in context and developed through applicationled learning. Learners will acquire knowledge of concepts in Physics relevant to this level of Course, and be able to apply their understanding to practical situations.
Objectives: The subject aims to provide the student with:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
After completion of the course, students will be able to:

1. Determination of the logarithmic decrement of a ballistic galvanometer & hence determining the critical damping resistance. 2. Determination of the absolute capacitance of a condenser. 3. Determination of the selfinductance of a cell by Reyleigh’s method. 4. Determination of the mutual inductance by direct throw method. 5. Determination of the resistance of an inductive coil & loss factor of a capacitor by voltmeter measurements. 6. Studying the characteristics of a series resonance circuit. 7. Construction of a full wave bridge rectifier & studying the filtering action of a capacitor. 8. Studying the output & transfer characteristics of a pnp (npn) transistor in common emitter circuit. 9. Construction of a T.R.F. receiver. 10. Construction of a transistor radio transmitter. 11. Construction of two stages RC coupled transistor voltage amplifier 12. Polarization of light by four plates & investigation of intensity of polarized light (i) as a function of a position of the analyzer & (ii) also as a function of the angle between the optic axis of the 4 plate & that of the analyzer. 13. Determination of specific rotation of the plane polarization of light by sugar solution using a polarimeter. 
Practical and hand notes

Assignments, Viva voce and Class tests

Books Recomended:
First Year (Second Semester)
PSC 1212L 
Qualitative Inorganic Analysis 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to learn the basic knowledge of inorganic cations and anions identification.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to identify separate cations and anions in mixture by qualitative methods. They will learn different chemical reactions in semi micro level and their applications. 
Identification of inorganic cations and anions in mixture by semimicro qualitative inorganic analysis (45 radicals).

Lectures, demonstration

Assignment, Practical work, Oral, Tutorial & Midterm Examination 
Books Recommended:
PSC 2301 
Analytical Geometry 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Second Year (Third semester)
Rational: The intended course is designed as a building block for students who have a desire to establish their career in Physics, chemistry and engineering. The goals of this course are to provide students with the basic knowledge and applications of Coordinate Geometry.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
After completion of the course, students will be able to · simplify equation in different coordinate system. · identify straight line and pair of straight of line, circle and system of circle. · explain the relationship between direction cosines and direction ratios · solve related problems based on circle, elipse, sPhyere, cone, hyperbloid, and cylinder · concept on General equation of Second degree & its characteristics. 
1. Twodimensional geometry: (a) Transformation of coordinates; Pair of straight lines.

Lecture, Handouts 
Quiz test 
(b) Important properties and related topics on circle, parabola, ellipse and hyperbola.

Lecture, Handouts 
Assignment 

(c) The general equation of second degree and reduction to standard forms; General properties of conic sections. 
Lecture, Handout 
Tutorial Examination 

2. ThreeDimensional geometry: (a) Different systems of coordinates; Direction cosine and direction ratios.

Lectures, group discussion

Mid Term Examination 

(b) Transformation of coordinates. (c) Plane and straight lines.

Lecture, Handout 
Quiz test Assignment 

(d) General equations, important properties and related topics on SPhyere, Cone, Ellipsoid, Hyperboloid, Paraboloid and Cylinder. (e) General equations of the second degree and reduction to standard forms. 
Lectures, Handout and power point 
Tutorial Examination Power point presentation 
Books Recommended:
Sharma 8^{th }ed, 2004
Second Year (Third semester)
PSC 2302 
Linear Algebra 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: Since the algorithms of linear algebra are central to the theory of scientific computing and numerical analysis, this course is a highly applicable field in mathematics that is useful in mathematics, engineering, chemistry, Physics, biology, economics, and computer science etc. Students will build an understanding of vector spaces and subspaces, solving large systems of equations, and connecting geometric and algebraic interpretations problems to further their ability to reason abstractly and generalize when appropriate.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
After completion of the course, students will be able to · Perform basic concepts of matrix algebra · Explain the basic concepts of vector spaces and determinants. · Perform dimension, rank, nullity and linear transformations · Understand the concepts of linear independence, basis, and dimension · Manipulate systems of linear equations using GaussJordan elimination to reduce to echelon form. · Solve systems of linear equations using the inverse of the coefficient matrix when possible. · Interpret the existence and uniqueness of solutions of linear systems geometrically. · locate algebraic and geometric representations Of vectors in R^{n} and their operations.

Linear equations and Matrices: Introduction: Elementary Row operations of Matrices (Echelon Form), Applications to Linear equation; Matrix Algebra, Types of Matrices; Inverse of a Matrix, Similar matrices, Canonical forms of Matrices, Symmetric, orthogonal and Hermitian Matrices. 
Lecture, Books, Handouts 
Quiz Test. 
Vector Spaces: Introduction, Definition and Examples of vector spaces, Subspaces. Linear independence, Basis, Dimension and Director sums. 
Lecture, Books, Handouts 
Tutorial Examination, Assignment. 

Linear Transformation of vector spaces: The Matrix of a linear transformation The Kernel and Image of a linear transformation, Rank and Nullity of a Linear Transformation, KIsomorPhyism and Nonsingular Linear Transformation Applications to Linear Equations and the rank of Matrices. 
Lecture, Books, Handouts 
Mid Term Exam, Assignment 

Inner Product Spaces: Introduction to three dimensional geometry, Euclidean and Unitary/spaces, orthogonally and GramSchmidt Process. 
Lecture, Books, Handouts 
Quiz Test. 

Diagonalization of Matrices: Introduction, Eigen values and Eigen vectors, Diagonalization of Matrices. The minimum polynomial of a Matrix and the Cayley Hamilton theorem, the diagonalization of symmetric Matrices, Jordan canonical form, Bilinear and quadratic forms. 
Lecture, Books, Handouts 
Tutorial Examination, Assignment. 
Books Recommended:
1. 
Lipschutz, S 
: 
Linear Algebra, McGraw Hill book Co., New Delhi, 3^{rd}ed, 2004 
2. 
Herstein, L.N. 
: 
Topics in Algebra, Wiley & Sons, NY, 2^{nd}ed, 1975 
3. 
M.L. Khanna 
: 
Linear Algebra, Jai Prakash Nath & Co., Meerut, 7^{th}ed, 1993 
4. 
Md. AbdurRahman 
: 
Linear Algebra, MRS, Nurunahar Rahaman, Dhaka, 3^{rd}ed, 1993 
5. 
Lang.S 
: 
Linear Algebra, Springer, NY, 4^{th}ed, 2001 
Second Year (Third Semester)
PSC 2303 
Optics 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course covers the development of modern Phyysical optics, with particular attention to the Phyysical properties and applications of light by which students can understand the operation of optical devices.
Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The Student will be able to:

Review of wave propagation: Travelling wave; Phyase and group velocities luminal light: Energy and power of a wave. Velocity of light in vacuum of t_{o} and /U_{o} – Poynting Vector and intensity of light, Wave front and I principle.

Lectures, Books Hand notes, 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Power Point Presentation 
Student will be able to: · describe theory of geometric optics. · explain about transfer matrices of lenses and mirrors free propagation. 
Geometrical optics and liberations; Ray tracing through optical systems formulation of geometric optics; Transfer matrices of lenses and mirrors free propagation; Examples: Seided aberration, sPhyerical aberration; Achromatic doublets, example. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
The Student will be able to: · describebasic concept and Principle of light propagation in optical Acceptance angles. · explain about fiber. 
Fibre optics; Basic concept; Principle of light propagation in optical Acceptance angles: Numerical Apperture Fibre but Coherent and incoherent bundles; Types’ of fibre; Step Index Fibre; Graned Fibre; Multimode and Single Mode Fibe 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

Fiber Loss: dB/Km; Communication Window; Dispersion in fiber; Dispersion: Model delay in calculation; Material dispersion; Wave dispersion; optical Fiber Communication; EDFA; WDM/ DWDM 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

Interference: Huygens’ principle; superposition of waves: Young’s expert Fresnel’s biprism; Lloyd’s mirror; Michelson’s Interferometer, Reflection a plane parallel film; Colour of thin films; Newton’s ring; Feltriv interferometer; Antireflection coating; Interference filters. MachZehnd Rayleigh interferometers; Michelson Stellar interferometer 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion. 
The student will be able to:

Diffraction (Fraunhofer class): Two classes of diffraction Phyenom Diffraction by a single slit; Diffraction of circular aperture, Rayleigh’s grant Dispersive and resolving power of a grating; interferometer and its resol power. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

Diffraction (Fresnel class): Half Period Zones and Strips; Diffration by a cire aperture; Diffraction by a circular obstacle; Zone plates; Diffraction at a natedge; Cormu’s spiral; Fresnels integrals. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
student will be able to:

Polarization: Polarization of light; Polarizing sheets; Polarization reflection; Brewster’s laws, full wave, half wave and quarter wave plates. refraction; Circular polarization; Nicol prism/ Polarizing microscope … activity. Dispersion; polarization by scattering, Rayleigh scattrering seats Phyenomenon in the atmosPhyere; Faraday, Kerr and Pockets effects 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
they will be able to: · describe about telescope; microscope; spectrometer; polarimeter. 
Optical Instruments:Telescope; Microscope; Spectrometer; Polarimeter. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to: · discussFundamental Principles of laser and describe the requirements for a system to act as a laser. · differentiate the various types of lasers and their means of excitation. · relate the structure and properties of lasers to their performance and intended applications. · assess which laser would best meet the need for a particular industrial or research task 
The Laser: Fundamental Principles; Stimulated emission; Einstein’s population: inversion; Optical feedback; Types of Lasers; Ruby, HeBe Argon in, Dye; Semiconductor; some applications of laser. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Books Recommended:
Second Year (Third semester)
PSC 2304 
Electronics 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course discusses basic concepts in electronics and its application by which students can understand the working principle of electronic devices.
Objectives: The subject aims to provide the student with:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
students will be able to:

1. Semiconductors Diode: Semiconductors diode; pn junction, forward/reverse bias, IV cure diode equation, Ge and Si diodes. Breakdown: Avalanche and zener Mechanism. PIV rating. DC & AC resistance. Load line and Qpoint, maximum current and power, dissipation rating. Reverse recovery time. Ohmmeter testing of a diode. Zener diode. LED, Phyotodiode & Solar Cell (Basic concepts). 
Lectures, hand notes 
Class tests 
students will be able to:

2. Diode Applications: Application in reverse voltage protection or auto polarity (using bridge) of de equipment & as an OR gate in instant emergency power supplies. Half wave & full wave rectification of sinusoidal AC, average voltage, capacitor smoothing, ripple voltage & factor, diode conduction period, Zener voltage regulator. 
Lectures, hand notes, 
Quiz tests 
students will be able to:

3. Bipolar Junction Transistor (B JT): npn& pnp configuration, transistor action; CB, CE & CC configuration, alPhya & beta CE characteristics load line & operating points. Cutoff and saturation transistor as a switch. Active region for linear amplification. Qpoint, graPhyical analysis. Class A. B & C amplifiers. Transistors biasing: fixed bias, collector feedback and voltage dividers bias, Emitter feedback for bias stabilization (including bypass capacitor). Phyototransistor (Basic concepts only). 
Lectures, and power points 
Class tests 
students will be able to:

4. Equivalent Models and Circuits: Constant Voltage and Constant Current sources, Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorems and determination of equivalent circuits for known and an unknown network. Superposition theorem. Twoport network equations, Z.Y & h equivalent circuits & parameters. Ebers Moll model & hequivalent model for a transistor, ideas on the variability of hparameters. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Midterm exams 
students will be able to:

5.CE Amplifier: Small signal analysis of a CE amplifier with voltage divider bias (voltage gain, input & output impedances using Ebers Moll & approximate hequivalent circuits), Typical CB and CC (Emitter Follower) amplified circuits. Comparison of the important features of CB, CR & CC amplifiers. BJT constant current source. Maximum voltage, current and power transfer between stages of networks. RC coupled cascaded CE amplifier, equivalent circuit and analysis. 
Lectures hand notes. 
Midterm exams 
students will be able to:

6.Frequency Response: General voltage gain and Phyase response consideration bandwidth, decibel (dB) voltage gain, Bode plots, rolling off slope in dB/decades and dh/octave. Identification of low pass and high pass elements in CE amplifier including stray capacitance and Miller effect capacitance. Multistage frequency effects. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Midterm exams 
students will be able to:

7. Operational Amplifier: Basic concepts on difference amplifier (double ended input, single ended) as the input stage of an opamp. Differential and Common mode of Common Mode Rejection Ratio. Equivalent circuit. Ideal approximations. Inverting, amplifier, noninverting amp. Adder Such Comparator, Integrator, Differentiator (all analysis based on approximation). Frequency response, Gainbandwidth product. Active Applications in mill volt meter and current meter 
Lectures, hand notes 
Assignments 
students will be able to

8.Negative Feedback: Basic concepts on four types of negative feedback, advantages of feedback. Analysis for gain distortion, band width, input impedances for series feedback using an opamp. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Class tests 
students will be able to

9. DC stabilized power supply. Series Voltage regulation with feedback using transistor and opamp, source regulation, Current limiting (short circuit protection). IC (positive and negative, fixed and variable), 
Lectures, hand notes 
Class tests 
Books Recommended:
Second Year (Third Semester)
PSC 2305 
Physical Chemistry II 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge about Chemical equilibrium, Electrochemistry and Colloidal systems.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand about the chemical equilibrium and factors affecting chemical equilibrium. The will understand order of strength of different types of acids and bases and thermodynamics of ATP.

Chemical Equilibrium: Spontaneous chemical reactions, Gibbs energy minimum, composition of reaction at equilibrium; Response of equilibria to the conditions (pressure, temperature etc.), Application to selected system; Extraction of metal from their oxides, Acids and Bases; Thermodynamics of ATP. 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to learn about different types of electrochemical cell, emf of the cell and dependency of emf. They will able to calculate the emf of the cells. 
Electrochemistry: Electromotive forces; Electrolytic and galvanic cells, Electrode potentials; standard electrode potentials; e.m. f. and equilibria; Dependency e.m.f. on concentration, Some commercial voltaic cells. 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to understand thermodynamic properties of ions and application of DebyeHuckel limiting law. They will know about different types of half cells. They will able to calculate solubility product, Phy and pK from the measurement of cell potential. 
Equilibrium Electrochemistry: thermodynamic properties of ions in solution, Thermodynamic functions of formation; Ion activities, DebyeHuckel limiting law, Electrochemical cells: Half reactions and electrodes, varieties of cell standard potentials; Application of standard potentials: The electrochemical series, solubility constants; Measurement of Phy and pK; Potentiometric titration, Thermodynamic functions from cell potential measurements. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Midterm examination 
The students will be able to understand about different types of colloidal system, their properties and application. 
Colloidal Systems: Colloidal dispersion, Sols and the properties; The properties of suspended sols; Optical properties of sols, Zeta potential; ElectroPhyoresis, Stability of suspended sols; Emulsions, Gels, Association colloids; Donnan equilibrium. 
Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Quiz test

Books Recommended:
PSC 2306 
Organic Chemistry II 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Second Year (Third semester)
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge about organic chemistry.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand about aromaticity, structures, synthesis, reactions and derivatives of fused ring polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons. 
Polynuclear aromatic Hydrocarbons: General treatment, NaPhythalene, Anthracene and Phyenanthrene; Their sources, structures, synthesis, reactions and derivatives; Carcinogenecity. 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to learn about the nomenclature, preparation, reactions and reaction mechanisms of aldehydes and ketones. 
Carbonyl Compounds:Aldehydes and ketones: Nomenclature of aldehydes and ketones; General methods of preparation of aldehydes and ketones; Reactions of aldehydes and ketones: NucleoPhyilic addition of carbonyl compounds; A simple study of mechanisms: ReimerTiemann reachtions, Cannizzaro reaction,Aldol condensation, Perkin reaction, Knoevenagel reaction and Witting reaction. 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to learn about the nomenclature, preparation, Reactions and derivatives of carboxylic acids. 
Carboxylic Acids: Nomenclature, Acidity; Resonance effect and inductive effects on acidity; General methods of preparation and reactions of carboxylic acids; Preparation and reaction of hydroxy acids; Unsaturated acids; Keto acids; Synthesis using active methylene compounds; soap and detergents.
Derivatives of Carboxylic Acids: Nomenclature, Preparation and reaction of Esters: Acids halides; Anhydrides and amides. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Midterm examination 
The students will get knowledge about the nomenclature, preparation and reactions of amins. 
Nomenclature, Preparation of amines: Reaction of amines; Hofmann degradation of quaternary ammonium hydroxides; Aromatic Diazonium salts; Structure: Preparation; Introduction of functional groups in aromatic system; Coupling reaction. 
Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Quiz test

The students will get knowledge about the nomenclature, preparation and reactions of nitro and SulPhyur compounds. 
Nitro Compounds: Chemistry of nitro compoundsaliPhyalic and aromatic.
Organic SulPhyur Compounds: Nomenclature, Preparation and reactions of mereaptan, Thioether, thioaldhyde, thioketone, Thioacids, Dithio acid, DisulPhyides. Thioamides, thoesters. 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will get understand about bifunctional compounds and theirnomenclature, preparations and reactions. 
Bifunctional Compounds: 1,3dienes, α, βunsaturated carbonyl compounds, Hydroxy ketones; 1,2 and 1,3diketones, Hydroxy acids. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
Books Recommended:
Second Year (Third semester)
PSC 2307L 
Experiments in Optics 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: This course discusses basic concepts in optics and applications of light by which students can understand the operation of optical devices.
Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
· Students will be able to : · describe and discuss theories. · investigate and prove fundamental geometrical optical relationships. · handle optical apparatus and components. 3. they will be able · record, analyses and present experimental findings through written laboratory reports

· Refractive index of a glass prism by a spectrometer. · Calibration of spectrometer & determination of an unknown wavelength. · Determination of Cauchy’s constant & the resolving power of a prism using a spectrometer. · Measurement of thickness of a paper & a wire by means of interference fringes in air wedge. · Determination of the redius of curvature of a planoconvex lens & the wavelength of light by newtons’s ring method. · Application of Interferometer. · Application of a diffraction grating; Diffraction at multiple slits. · Polarimetry · Determination of the Kerr constant. · Determination of the spectral response curve of a Phyotoelectric cell. · Measurement of the color sensitivity of the human eye. · Determination of the Planck’s constant. · Response of a PhyotograPhyic emulsion. 
Lectures, Demonstration 
Assignment, Quiz, Class test, Oral Examination 
Books Recommended:
Second Year (Third semester)
PSC 2308L 
Physical Chemistry Lab I 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the preparation methods of different solutions and to determination of various chemical properties.
Objectives:
1.To introduce the preparation process of various chemical solutions.
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to know how to determine molecular weight, integral heat, heat of solution, velocity constant, Phyase diagram, dimerization constant, and solubility product. They also will be able to verify Hess’s law. 
1. Determination of the molecular weight of a volatile substance by Victor method. 2. Determination of the equilibrium constant for the reaction, KI = KI_{3}, KI+I_{2}= KI_{3}. 3. Determination of the integral heat of solution of solids calorimetrically. 4. Determination of the heat of solution from solubility measurement. 5. Determination of the velocity constant for the hydrolysis of an ester catalyzed by hydrogen ion (Titrimetric method). 6. Determination of the Phyase diagram for the Phyenolwater system. 7. Determination of the dimerization constant of salicylic acid in benzene method. 8. Determination of the formula of the silver amine complex. 9. Determination of the molecular weight of a given liquid by steam distillation method. 10. Determination of the solubility product of Ca(OH)_{2} in H_{2}O and to effect of added CaCl_{2} on the solubility of Ca(OH)_{2}. 11. Verification of the Hess’s law of constant heat summation. 
Lab works, Lectures, group discussion

Tutorial+ Assignment

Books Recommended:
Second Year (Fourth semester)
PSC 2401 
Differential Equations 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: The intended course is designed as a building block for students who have a desire to establish their career in science and engineering.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
After completion of the course, students will be able to · Definitions and Terminology and identify the various kind of differential equations. 
Differential Equations: Classification and formation of ordinary differential equations. Separation of variables. Homogeneous equations. Exact equations. Integrating factor. 
Lecture, Handouts 
Quiz test; Assignment 
· Solving first order ordinary differential equation using various method: StepbyStep example and its applications. 
Linear equations: First order and first degree, Bernoulli’s equations of first order but not first degree. Clairaut’s form and Lagrange’s form. 
Lecture, Handouts 
Tutorial examination 
· Find the general solution of second and higher order linear homogeneous and nonhomogeneous equations with constant coefficients. · Use the method of undetermined coefficients and operator method to solve differential equations. 
Linear Second and higher order differential equations solution. Homgeneous and nonhomogeneous equations. 
Lecture, Handouts

MidTerm Examination; Assignment 
· Explain systems of linear differential equations using method of Wronskian 
Wronskian system of first and second order ordinary differential equations. 
Lecture, Handouts

Tutorial examination 
· Use power series to solve differential equations. 
Solution is series. 
Lecture, Handouts

Assignment 
Books Recommended:
Second Year (Fourth Semester)
PSC 2402 
Heat & Thermodynamics 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course discusses basic concepts in electronics and electrical circuits by which students can understand the working principle of electronic devices.
Objectives: The objectives of the applications part of the course are that, by its end, each student should be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to: § Write down and explain the meaning of the zeroth law. 
Heat and Transfer of Heat: Newton’s law of cooling; Heat capacities. Conduction: Thermal conductivity and thermal diffusibility; Rectilinear flow of heat: Radial flow of heat in a sPhyere or cylinder, Experimental measurements of thermal conductivity; Convection. 
Lectures, handout and group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to:

Thermodynamics: Work, Heat and energy; The first law of thermodynamics; Expansion work; Enthalpy; Adiabatic changes; Standard enthalpy changes; Standard enthalpy of formation; Bond enthalpy; Enthalpy of combustion temperature; Dependence of reaction enthalpies; State functions and exact differentials; Relation between C_{p} and C_{v}. 
Lectures, handout and group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to:

Second Law of Thermodynamics: The conceptsDirection of spontaneous change: Dispersal of energy, Entropy; Change of entropy in reversible and irreversible processes; Variation of entropy with temperature; Measurement of entropy; Entropy and the Second law of thermodynamics; Principle of the increase of entropy; Maxwell’s thermodynamic relations; Thermodynamic potential functions; JouleThomson cooling effects; Refrigeration cycle; Change of Phyase; The machinerycombining the first and second law; Properites of the internal energy; Properties of the Gibbs energy; Chemical potential; Chemical potential of a pure substance; Chemical potential of a substance in a mixture; Significance of chemical potential; Real gases: Fugacity, Standard states of real gases, relation between fugacity and pressure. 
Lectures, handout and group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to:

Third Law of Thermodynamics: Efficiency of thermal processes; Efficiencies of heat engines; Thermodynamic temperature scale: Energetic of refrigeration: Helmholtz and Gibbs energies, Maximum work; Standard molar Gibbs energies. 
Lectures, handout and group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to:

Phyysical Transformation of Pure Substances: Phyase Diagrams: Phyase formations. Phyase diagrams of single substances; Phyase stability and Phyase transitions; dependence of stability on the conditions, location of Phyase boundaries, Ehrenfest classification of Phyase transitions. 
Lectures, handout and group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to: § Deduce the simplifications appropriate to a perfect gas.

Properties of simple Mixture: Thermodynamic Description of Mixtute Partial molal quantities, Thermodynamics of mixing; Chemical potential liquids; Properties of solutions: Liquid mixtures, Colligative property solvent activity, Solute activity. 
Lectures, handout and group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to:

Phyase diagrams: Phyase Components and Degrees of Freedom: Definition Phyase rule, one component system; Twocomponent systems: Vapour Phyase diagrams; Temperaturecomposition diagrams: LiquidLiquid Phyase diagrams Ultra purity and controlled purity; Three component systems; Triangular Phyase diagrams, partially miscible liquids, role of added salts. 
Lectures, handout and group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to:

Radiation: Black body radiation, thermodynamics of radiation, Strefn’s Rayleigh Jeans law and ultraviolet catastroPhye, Wien’s displacement law planck’s distribution law for black body radiation and quantum hypothesis. 
Lectures, handout and group discussion

Assignment

Books Recommended:
Second Year (Fourth semester)
PSC 2403 
Statistics II 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge about the rational of statistics.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
To understand the concepts of some terminology of statistics 
An Overview of Statistics: Scope of Statistics; Sampling; Population and sample; Random sample: Statistical thinking; System and Process: Data information and knowledge; Branches of statistics Descriptive Inferential Statistics.

Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

To provide the concepts about level of measurement of data 
Describing Data: Classification of variables Numerical (discrete continuous) and Categorical; Measurement levels Nominal, ordinal and ratio scale: Sources of data: Primary, secondary and online.

Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
To represent Statistical problem in tabular form and graPhyically 
Tables and GraPhys for Numerical Data: Classification and tabulation Frequency distribution and its construction; Cumulative and relatives cumulative frequency distribution; GraPhyical representation Histogram frequency Polygon and Ogive; Stem and leaf display; Bar chart; Pie chart. Measures of Central Tendency: Mean: Arithmetic mean, Geometric mean and Harmonic mean; Median; Mode; Symmetry and Skewness.

Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
To provide a description of the method used for analysis of central tendency 
Measures of Variability (dispersion): Absolute measure: Range, Mealt deviation, interquartile range, quartile deviation, variance, standard deviation percentile and quartile; Relative measures: Coefficient of quartile deviation coefficient of mean deviation, coefficient of variation, zscore; Outlier and its detection.

Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Quiz test

To measure the variability of data and compare two or more data sets 
Numerical Summary of Grouped Data: Mean and Variance. Summarizing Description Statistics: Scatter Plot/Covariance and correlation coefficient; Coefficient of determination; Linear relationship between variables (simple and multiple regression an analysis).

Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
To calculate central tendency and variability 
Probability: Meaning of probability and its various terms: experiment, sample space, event, intersection of events, union of events, completed eversion exhausting events and mutually exclusive events, probability of postulates. Complete rule; addition, multiplication and conditional rule of probabilities Vicariate probabilities: Joint and marginal probabilities; Joint and marginal probabilities; odds ratio; over involvement ratio. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Assignment

To predict the relationships among variables 
Probability Distributions: Discrete and continuous random variables and probability distributions, Expectation of a random variable; Binomial distribution; Poisson distribution; Normal distribution.

Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Assignment

To provide basic concepts of probability 
Statistical Interference; Meaning of hypothesis; Null and Alternative hypothesizes: Onesided and twosided tests; Type I and type II errors; Acceptance and Rejection regions; Level of significance; Power of a test; Test of means; Variances; Correlation coefficients and regression coefficients.

Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Assignment

Books Recommended:
Second Year (Fourth semester)
PSC 2404 
Nuclear Physics and Chemistry 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: This course covers the basic concepts of nuclear Physics by which students can understand the clear concept and operation of Nuclear properties, Radioactivity, Nuclear Reaction, Particle Accelerator and Detector
Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
Student will be able to: · define and discuss the nucleus in an atom. · discuss isotopes, calculate the density of the nucleus and explain about the nuclear force.

Nuclear Properties: Constitution of the nucleus, Nuclear radius, Mirror nuclei, Coulomb displacement energy; Mass defect, Binding energy, Semiempirical mass formula, Angular momentum, Spin, Parity and Symmetry, Isospin, Magnetic Dipole moment and electric moments, Nuclear force origin and Characteristics, Energy levels. 
Lectures, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to: · discuss about radioactivity. · explain decay law halflife, average life and determine the halflife of radioactive decaying elements. · describe decay process. 
Radioactivity: Natural and artificial radioactivity; Radioactive decay law; Halflife and average life; Radioactive equilibrium; Successive decay and branching decay; Radiometric dating; units of Radioactivity 
Lectures, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

Gamma Transitions: Interaction and absorption of gamma rays, Measurements of gamma ray energies and lifetimes of excited states, internal conversion. 
Lectures, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

AlPhya decay: Stability of heavy nuclei against break up; Measurement of alPhyaparticle energies, Geiger Muller law, Theory of alPhya decay and selection rules. 
Lectures, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to: · describe process of beta decay. · explain state the conservation laws. · determine disintegration energies. · described fermi theory of beta decay, selection rule, orbital electron capture and positron emission. 
Beta decay: Introduction, Conservation of energy; conservation of angular momentum; Neutrino hypothesis; Measurement of disintegration energies; Fermi theory of beta decay and selection rules. Orbital electron capture and positron emission. 
Lectures, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to: · explain the working principle of radiation detectors. 
Stopping and Detecting Nuclear Radiations: stopping power and range for charged nuclear particles; ;Stopping of neutrons; gasfilled counters; Geiger Mueller counter; Solid state counter; Scintillation counter; Neutron detection; counting statistics. 
Lectures, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to: · explain the working principle of Particle accelerator. 
Accelerations and sources of Atomic Particles: Van de Graff acceleration Cyclotron: Betterton; Proton synchrotron; Neutron sources. 
Lectures, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
student will be able to: · compare and contrast nuclear reactions and chemical reactions and explain the role of subatomic particles in a nuclear reaction. · describe different types of nuclear reactions

Nuclear reactions: Concept of nuclear reactions; Elastic scattering: Inelastic scattering; nuclear transformation; Qvalue in nuclear reaction: Nuclear reaction cross section: Excitation function; Nuclear reaction mechanism low and high energy. 
Lectures, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
student will be able to: · explain nuclear fission and nuclear fusion. · describe how the processes of fission and fusion work in nuclear weapons and in generating nuclear power 
Nuclear fission and fusion: Definition and illustrations; Fission probability Mass and charge distributions; concept of nuclear fusion and energy relation. 
Lectures, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
student will be able to:

Production of radioisotopes: General principles of radioisotope product Radiochemical separation techniques; Career techniques; Chemical yield, Uses of radioisotopes in medicine.

Lectures, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
.Books Recommended:
Second Year (Fourth semester)
PSC 2405 
Biochemistry 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will give students basic knowledge on cell, enzymes, PhyosPhyorylation, PhyotoPhyosPhyorylation, Genes, genomes and gene expression.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to know about the structure of cell as well as other related terms. 
Cell: Structural features; Usefulness of cells and organisms in Biochemical studies; Evolution of structure of Prokaryotic cells; Evolution of Eukaryotic cells structural features of Eukaryotic cells: The plasma membrane Endocytosis; Endoplasmic Reticulum; The Golgi complex, Lysosomes Nucleus; Isolation of organelles; Evolution of multicultural organisms. 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to learn about Cellular Constituents. 
Structure and Function of Cellular Constituents: (i) Amino acids and proteins. (ii) Fatty acids. (iii) Lipids and Membranes. (iv) Sugars and polysaccharides. (v) Nucleotides and Nucleic acids, Structuresequencing of nucleic acids. 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to learn about enzymes in detail. 
Enzymes: Definition; Isolation; Characterization; Kinetics; Inhibition mechanism of action of few structural enzymes; Application of enzyme health and diseases. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to learn about metabolism in detail. 
Metabolism: Carbohydrate; Lipid and protein metabolism; Integration metabolic pathway. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
The students will be able to learn about Oxidative PhyosPhyorylation and PhyotoPhyosPhyorylation. 
Oxidative PhyosPhyorylation and PhyotoPhyosPhyorylation; Mitochondrial electric flow; Electron carriers in the respiratory chain; Ubiquinone; The cytochrome ATP synthesis coupled to Respiratory Electron Flow; The Chemiosm model; Proton gradient in electron flow and PhyosPhyorylation. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
Books Recommended:
Second Year (Fourth semester)
PSC 2406 
Spectroscopy 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge about Spectroscopy.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand about Basic Spectroscopic method. 
Spectroscopic method: General consideration, Characterization of electromagnetic radiation; Energy levels; Potential energy curve; Region the spectrum; Representation of spectrum. Atomic Spectroscopy: Atomic spectra; Spectra of hydrogen and hydrogen like elements; Energy level diagrams; Angular momentum of atoms; Coupling of orbital and spin angular momenta; Term symbols; Fine structure of atomic spectra; Methods of excitation; Applications of atomic spectroscopy. 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to learn the basic knowledge about Microwave, Vibration Spectroscopy.

Microwave Spectroscopy; Observational methods for the absorption of radiation by rotating molecules; Rotation of molecules; Rotation spectra; Rotation of diatomic molecules; The quantum restriction. The Vibration Spectroscopy: The vibrating diatomic molecules; The diatomic vibrating rotation; The vibrationrotation spectra of carbon monoxide; Breakdown of the BornOppenheimer approximation; The interaction of rotation and vibrations: The vibration of poly atomic molecules 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to learn about spectroscopic method. They will able to explain about Elementary treatment of Raman spectrum. 
Elementary treatment of Raman spectra: Pure rotational spectra; Vibrational Raman spectra; Structure determination from Raman and infrared spectroscopy; Techniques and instrumentation. Spain Resonance spectroscopy: spin in an applied magnetic fileds Nuclear Resonance spectroscopy: ^{1}H NMR and ^{13}C NMR spectroscopy; chemical shift and coupling constant; Nonfirst order spectravariable temperature spectra; Simplification of complex spectraLSR and spin decoupling; New principle techniques in FTNMRNOECOSYNOESY2 D spectra; Para electron spin resonance spectroscopy; Origin; Experimental method and applications. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to understand Mass Spectrum. They will gain the knowledge about the presence of isotope 
Mass spectroscopy: Ionization of a molecule of electron impact. Molecular ion; The base peak – the mass spectrum, Detection of the presence of isotopes – recognition of molecular peak; The mass spectrometer, Fragmentation – IHD; Nitrogen raceme general appearance of mass spectrum, Metastable ions. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
Books Recommended:
Second Year (Fourth semester)
PSC 2407L 
Experiments in Heat and thermodynamics 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: This course discusses basic concepts in heat and thermodynamics by which students can understand the working principle thermal conductivity.
Objectives: The subject aims to provide the student with:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
Ø explain and calculate the properties of waves including propagation, reflection, refraction, polarization, interference and diffraction by using the theory of waves apply the theory of optics to calculate the geometrical parameters of thick lenses and design optical devices apply essential theories to design antireflection and reflectionenhancement films 

Practical and hand notes 
Assignments, Viva voce and Class tests 
Books Recomended:
Second Year (Fourth semester)
PSC 2408L 
Inorganic preparation and Volumetric Analysis 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge about Inorganic preparation.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand about Inorganic Compounds

Preparation of Simple Inorganic Compounds: (i) Preparation of sodium thiosulPhyate. (ii) Preparation of Ammonium nickel (II) sulPhyate. (iii) Preparation of Ammonium copper (II) sulPhyate.

Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to learn the Quantitative Analysis. 
2. Quantitative Analysis: Neutralization Titrations: (i) Standardization of approximately 0.1M NaOH solution against succinic acid. (ii) Standardization of approximately 0.1 M HCI by titration with standard 0.1M NaOH (using both methyl orange and methyl red indicator). O Oxidation –Reduction Titrations: (i) Determination of Ferrous iron by oxidation with standard K_{2}Cr_{2}O solution. (ii) Determination of Ferric iron with standard K_{2}Cr_{2}O_{7} solution. (iii) Determination of total iron with standard K_{2}Cr_{2}O_{7} solution. (iv) Determination of Ferrous iron by oxidation with standard KM_{n}O_{4} solution. (v) Determination of Ferric iron by oxidation with standard KMnO_{4} solution. (vi) Determination of total iron with standard KMnO_{4} solution. Iodometric titrations: Determination of copper by Iodometric titration. Pricipitation titration: Determination of chloride by Volhard’s method. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
Books Recommended:
SectionB
Third Year (5^{th} Semester)
PHY 3501 
Classical Mechanics and Relativity 
4.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: The course aims to give an understanding of the Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formulations of classical mechanics as well as their application to both nonrelativistic and relativistic systems.
Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
After completion of the course, students will be able to:


Lectures, hand notes. 
Assignments, Class tests 


Lectures, hand notes, 
Class tests 

3. The two body Central Force Problem: Reduction to equivalent one body problem: Kepler’s law and classification of orbits; The virial theorem; The differential equation for the orbit; Scattering in a central force field; Transformation of scattering problem to laboratory coordinates. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Quiz tests 

4. Rigid Body Motion:.Eulerian angles; Euler’s equation of motion for solving rigid body problems; Symmetrical top. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Quiz tests 

5. The Hamilton’s Equation of motion: Hamilton’s Equation of motion; Derivation from Variational Principle; The principle of least action. 
Lectures, hand notes. 
Midterm exams, Power Point Presentations 

6. Canonical Transformation: The equations of canonical transformations; Legendre transformations; the internal invariants of Poincare; Lagrange and Poisson’s Brackets; Equations of motion in Poisson’s notation. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Midterm exams 

7. Special Theory of Relativity: Michelson and Morley experiment; Galilean transformations; Basic Postulates; Lorentz transformations; Length contraction and time dilation. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Midterm exams 

8. Relativistic Mechanics: Mass and Momentum; Relativistic energy; Equivalence of mass and energy; Momentumenergy four vector; Relativistic force law 
Lectures, hand notes 
Assignments 
Books Recommended:
Third Year(5^{th}semester)
PHY 3502 
Classical Electrodynamics 
4.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rationale: Classical electrodynamics is a branch of theoretical Physics that studies the interactions between electric charges and currents using an extension of the classical Newtonian model. To form in the future Phyysicist a holistic picture of the Phyysical Phyenomena associated with the electromagnetic field.
Objectives:At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
After completion of the course, students will be able to: Ø Learn the basic of obtain Maxwell’s equation in vacuum and derive the equation of the electromagnetic field using the potentials and its application 
1. Framework: a) Review of Maxwell: Equations in vacuum and in matterintegral and differential formulation, Boundary conditions at an interface. b) Vector and Scalar Potentials, Gauge invariance, Lorentz and coulomb Gauge, Lorentz force in terms of potentials. c) Poynting’s theorem and EnergyMomentum conservation for Electromagnetic fields and charges. 
Lectures, hand notes. 
Assignments, Class tests 
Ø Understand the basic of Poisson equations and Solution of Laplace’s equations in two and three dimensions in coordinates. 
2. Boundary Value Problems in Electrostatics: a) Poisson equations and Laplace equations, Uniqueness of the solution with Dirichlet or Neumann equation. b) Method of Image Charges. Solution of Laplace’s equations in two and three dimensions in Cartesian, Cylindrical and SPhyerical coordinates; Associated Legendre Polynomials and SPhyerical Harmonics. c) Multiple expansion of the potential due to a localized charge distribution: dipole and quadruple moments. d) Field inside dielectrics, Boundary value problems involving dielectrics. 
Lectures, hand notes, 
Class tests 
Ø Learn about different problems in magneto statics. 
3. Elements of Megnetostatics:Calculation of the vector potential for current carrying loop, Boundary value problems in magneto statics. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Quiz tests 
Ø Learn about characteristics of Reflection, Refraction, Dispersion and Polarization. 
4. Electromagnetic wave equation: a) Deviation of the wave equation in vacuum and nonconducting medium, Plane waves and polarization. b) Reflection and Refraction of electromagnetic waves at a plane interface between dielectrics. Fresnel equations, polarization by reflection and total internal reflection. c) Dispersion characteristics of dielectrics, conductors and plasmas Anomalous dispersion, plasma frequency. d) Waves in a conducting medium, Fields at the surface and within a conductor: attention Phyenomena and skin depth. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Quiz tests 
Ø Formulate and solve electromagnetic problems with the help of electrodynamics potentials and super potentials. calculate the electromagnetic radiation from radiating systems 
5. Wave Guides: Solution of the wave equation in a cylindrical and rectangular waveguide. TE, TM and TEM modes and their differences. Cutoff frequencies, Phyase and group velocities in a waveguide. a) Green function techniques for solving wave equations advanced and retarded Green functions. b) Solution of the wave equation in sPhyerical coordinates. Multiple expansions of the electromagnetic potentials: Multiple moments. c) Electric Dipole radiation from an oscillator, Larmor formula. Centerfed antennas. d) Radiation from point charges. LienardWiechert potentials. Power radiated by a point cahrge: Classical Bremsstrahlung. Radiation reaction and AbrahamLorentz formula. e) Scattering of electromagnetic waves by charges: Thompson and Rayleigh scattering. 
Lecture, Hand notes. 
Midterm exams, Power Point Presentations 
Ø Understand the. Formulate and solve electrodynamic problems in relativistically covariant form in fourdimensional spacetime. 
6. Relativistic Electrodynamics: Lagrangian formulation of electrodynamics, Covariant formulation of electrodynamics.

Lectures, hand notes 
Midterm exams 
Books Recommended:
Third Year (5^{th} Semester)
PHY 3503 
Physics and Chemistry of Solid State 
4.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: Basic understanding of symmetry, electronic and thermodynamic properties of solid state systems and their technological applications.
Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
After completion of the course, students will be able to: Ø Learn the basic of the crystalline state of solids and Experimental diffraction methods 
1.Crystal Structure: The crystalline state of solids; Unit cells and Bravais lattices; Symmetry operations; Miller indices; Simple crystal structures; Diffraction of Xrays by crystals; Laue equation and Bragg law; Experimental diffraction methods Laue method; Rotating crystal method and powder method; Reciprocal lattice. 
Lectures, hand notes. 
Assignments, Class tests 
Ø Understand the basic of crystal bonding and their applications. 
2.Crystal Bonding: Interatomic forces and crystal bonding; Ionic crystals; Calculation electrostatic energy; Madelung constant and Bulk modulus; Covalent crystals; Crystals of inert gas; van der Waals and Repulsive interactions; Metal crystals and Hydrogen bonded crystals. 
Lectures, hand notes, 
Class tests 
Ø solve the thermal properties of solid. 
3. Lattice vibration and thermal properties; Vibrations of monatomic linear lattice; Vibration of diatomic linear; Phyonon; Enumeration of normal modes; Lattice specific heat; Einstein and Debye modes; Lattice thermal resistivity. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Quiz tests 
Ø Learn the behavior of free electron in different dimensions. 
4. Free Electron Fermi Gas: Energy levels and density of states in one dimension; Free election gas in three dimensions; Heat capacity of the electron gas; Electrical conductivity of metal; Ohm’s law; Hall effect; thermal conductivity of metals; WeidmanFranz law. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Quiz tests 
Ø Derivate dielectric properties of solids. 
5.Dielectric Properties: Macroscopic electric field; Local electric field of and atom; Static Dielectric constant; Ionic and orientational polarizabilities; ClaussiumMossottii relation; Pyrro, Piezo and Ferro electricity. 
Lectures, hand notes. 
Midterm exams, Power Point Presentations 
Ø Understand band theory of solids and Bloch theory 
6. Band Theory of Solids: the Bloch theory; The Kronig penny model; the motion of electrons in one dimension; Distinction between metals; Insulators and intrinsic semiconductors; The Concept of a hole. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Quiz test 
Ø Learn fundamental concepts of semiconductor and Hall effect 
7.Band Theory of Insulators and Semiconductors: A simplified model of an insulator and intrinsic semiconductors; Improved model of an insulator and intrinsic semiconductors; Model of an impurity; Semiconductors; Hall effect in semiconductor with a single type of charge carrier. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Midterm exams 
Ø Understand the basic of magnetism. 
8. Magnetism: Origin of Magnetism; Diamagnetism; Paramagnetic equations; Ferromagnetism; Weiss theory of ferromagnetism; Nature and origin of Weiss molecular field; Concept of Domains and Hysteresis; Anti ferromagnetism; Ferrimagnetisms. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Assignments 
Ø Learn fundamental concepts of superconductor 
9. Basic properties of superconductors; Meissner effect; Type II superconductors; Thermodynamics of superconductivity; Landon equation; BCS theory; Tunneling and JosePhyson effect; HighTe superconductors. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Power Point Presentations 
Ø Understand Phyotoconductivity, defects in solid excitations. 
Excitation; Phyotoconductivity; Luminescence and defects in solids excitations; Phyotoconductivity in crystals; Traps; Space change effects; Defects in solids; Point defects; Line defects; Plane defects; Dislocations; Class; Lattice effects; Inherent thermodynamic effects; Schottky defects; Frenkel defects; Electrical conductivity in ionic solid; Nonstoichiometry in alkali metal halides; Transition metal halides; Transition metal oxides and sulfides; Structural and the dynamic aspects of nonstoichiometry; Foreign impurity atoms or ions; Impurity of solid state Ions in an ionic crystal; Impurities in a semi conducting element; Colour centers; Experimental investigation of lattice defects; Hall effect. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Tutorial Power Point Presentations 
Ø Describe reaction of solids. 
10. Reaction in Solids: Kinetics of decomposition; tarnishing Phyotolytic reaction; Phyotoconduction; Phyotocells. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Class test 
Books Recommended:
Third Year (5^{th} Semester)
PHY 3504 
Quantum Mechanics I 
4.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This subject offers a systematic introduction to fundamental nonrelativistic quantum mechanics.
Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
After completion of the course, students will be able to: Ø Learn the basic ofpinpoint the historical aspects of development of quantum mechanics 
1. Phyysical Basis: Failures of classical mechanics and emergence of quantum mechanics; Bohr atom and old quantum theory; Shortcomings of old quantum theory; Domain of quantum mechanics; Heisenberg’s uncertainty relation. 
Lectures, hand notes. 
Assignments, Class tests 
Ø Understand how to apply the postulates of quantum mechanics to specific Phyysical situations 
2. Formulation: Concepts and Phyysical postulates of quantum mechanics; Operators; State function and state function space; Eigen value equations; Basis vectors; Measurement in quantum mechanics and expectation values; Eigen functions; Orthogonality and the sharing of Eigen function sets. 
Lectures, hand notes, 
Class tests 
Ø solve timedependent and timeindependent Schrödinger equation for simple potentials 
3. Schrodinger Equation: Time dependent and timeindependent Schrodinger Equation; Significance of wave function; Probability current density; Expectation value and Ehrenfest’s theorem; Time variation of expectation values. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Quiz tests 
Ø Learn how to solve problems in one dimension. 
4.Problems in One Dimension: Particle in a box quantization; step potentials and potential barrier, square, squarewell potentials; Linear Harmonic oscillator. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Quiz tests 
Ø Understand the basic of Parity, sPhyerically symmetric potentials. 
5. SPhyerically Symmetric System: Schrodinger equation for sPhyerically symmetric potentials; SPhyerical harmonics; Parity; angular momentum; Hydrogen atom; 
Lectures, hand notes. 
Midterm exams, Power Point Presentations 
Ø Understand the basic of describe Phyysical situations using the mathematical language of complex vectors and kits interpret the results of experiments in terms of quantum theory. 
6. Matrix Formulation of Quantum Theory: Matrix representation of operators and wave functions; Normalization and orthogonality of wave functions in Matrix form; Dirac’s Bra and Ket notations; Schrodinger equation and the eigen value problem energy representation; Diagonalization. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Midterm exams 
Books Recommended:
Third Year (5th Semester)
PHY 3505L 
Experiments in Electricity and Magnetism II 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rationale: It will review static and dynamic electric and magnetic fields, as well as their interrelationships. This course aims to introduce interactions between timevarying electric and magnetic fields.
Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
At the end of the course, students will be able to

(b)Calibration of a cathode ray tube for both D.C. and A.C. sources. (c)Measurement of an unknown frequency and also Phyase angle between two A.C. sources using cathode ray tube.
(a) Measurement of the background radiation using a G.M. tube with a scalar. (b) Detection & elementary identification of principal nuclear radiation. (c) Demonstration of the directional emission from a radioactive source.

Lectures, demonstration, Discussion in group Practice by doing, Lab test 
Quiz test, Assignments, Tutorial examination, Presentation. 
Books Recommended:
Third Year (6^{th} Semester)
PHY 3601 
Quantum MechanicsII 
4.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: Quantum mechanics is a fundamental theory in Physics that provides a description of the Phyysical properties of nature at the scale of atoms and subatomic particles.
Objectives: The subject aims to provide the student with:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
students will be able to:

1. Angular Momentum: General Treatment: Spin angular momentum. Addition of Angular momentum. ClebschGordan Coefficients. WignerEckert Theorem. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Class tests 
students will be able to:
Perturbation. 
2. Approximation Methods in quantum Mechanics: (a) Time Independent Perturbation Theory. FirstOrder Perturbation. SecondOrder Perturbation. Degenerate vs. Nondegenerate cases. Examples. (b) Variational Method. Principle of the variational method. Examples. Helium Atom. (c) WKB approximation. Semiclassical approximation. Connection Formulae. Application to Bound States. Validity. (d) Other Methods: Adiabatic Appproximation, Sudden Approximation. 
Lectures, hand notes, 
Quiz tests 
students will be able to:

3. Time Dependent Perturbation Theory Principle of the Method. Fermi’s Golden Rule, Radioactive Transition, Dipole Transition, Selection Rules 
Lectures, and power points 
Class tests 
students will be able to:

4. Identical Particles States of NonInteracting Identical particles. Pauli Principle. Scattering of two Bosons. Symmetries of two Nucleon System. Slater determinant. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Midterm exams 
students will be able to:

5. Scattering Theory Scattering Crosssection. Partial Wave Expansion Optical Theorem. S matrix. Green’s Function Technique of Solving the scattering Schrodinger Equation. LippmannAchwinger Equations. Formal Solution in the form of Von Neumann Series. Born Approximation Validity Examples. 
Lectures hand notes. 
Midterm exams 
students will be able to:

6. Dirac Equation Relativistic Schrodinger Equations. KleinGordon Equation, Dirac Equation, Electron spin, Electron Magnetic Moment, Positive Energy solution, Negative Energy Solutions (Holes). 
Lectures, hand notes 
Midterm exams 
Books Recommended:
Third Year (6^{th} Semester)
PHY 3602 
Solid State PhysicsII 
4.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: Solidstate Physics is the learning of rigid matter, or solids, through methods such as quantum mechanics, crystallograPhyy, electromagnetism, and metallurgy. It is the biggest branch of condensed matter Physics.
Objectives: The objectives of the applications part of the course are that, by its end, each student should be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
students will be able to: § Learn the basic of Write down and explain the meaning of the zeroth law. 
1. Band Theory of Solids: The Bloch theorem. The Kronig Penney model; The motion of electrons in one dimension; Distinction among metals, insulators and intrinsic semiconductors. The concept of a hole. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Class tests 
studeStudents will be able to : § Understand the applications of insulator and intrinsic semiconductors 
2. Band Theory of Insulators and Semiconductors : A simplified model of an insulator and intrinsic semiconductors, Improved model of an insulator and intrinsic semiconductors; Improved model of an insulator and intrinsic semiconductors; Models for an impurity semiconductor; Hall effect in semiconductors. 
Lectures, hand notes, 
Quiz tests 
Stude Students will be able to :

3. Origin of magnetism: Diamagnetism; Diamagnetism; Paramagnetism, Ferromagnetism, Weiss theory of ferromagnetism: Nature and Origin of Weiss molecular field; Concept of Domains and hysteresis; Antiferromagnetism: Ferromagnetism, Ferrites. 
Lectures, and power points 
Class tests 
Students will be able to : Analyze Thermodynamics of Superconductivity; London equation; BCS theory. 
1. Superconductivity : Basic properties of superconductors; Meissner effect, TypeI and TypeII Superconductors, Thermodynamics of Superconductivity; London equation; BCS theory, Tunneling and JosePhyson effect; HighTe Superconductors. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Midterm exams 
Students will be able to : Understand the basic of Phyotoconductivity in crystals, Traps; Space charge effects. 
5. Excitons, Phyotoconductivity, Luminescence and Defects in Solids: Excitons, Phyotoconductivity in crystals, Traps; Space charge effects, point defects in solids; Lattice vacancies; Schottky defects, Frenkel defects, Diffusion, Colour centres. 
Lectures hand notes. 
Midterm exams 
Books Recommended:
Third Year (6^{th} Semester)
PHY 3603 
Statistical Mechanics 
4.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course discusses basic concepts in electronics and electrical circuits by which students can understand the working principle of electronic devices.
Objectives: The objectives of the applications part of the course are that, by its end, each student should be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
Students will be able to :Learn the basic of Know thermodynamic functions and their equilibrium conditions. 
1. Statistical System: Macroscopic and Microscopic states; Thermodynamic functions and their equilibrium conditions 
Lectures, hand notes 
Class tests 
Students will be able to : Understand the applications of different Phyase space; Lieu; Ville’s theorem. 
2. Ensembles:Phyase space; Lieu; Ville’s theorem; Micro canonical ensemble; Canonical ensembleits connection with thermodynamic parameters; Ideal monatomic gas; Harmonic oscillator; Specific heat of solids; grand conical ensemble; Maxwell velocity distribution and mean values. 
Lectures, hand notes, 
Quiz tests 
Students will be able to :

3. Statistical Distribution: MaxwellBoltzmann distribution; BoseEinstein distribution and Planck’s radiation law; Fermi Dirac distribution and heat capacity of free electron gas. 
Lectures, and power points 
Class tests 
Students will be able to : Analyze define entropy and number of Eigen states. 
4. Statistical Thermodynamics: Entropy and probability; Entropy and number of Eigen states; Relationship between partition function and thermodynamic function of monatomic and diatomic molecules. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Midterm exams 
Students will be able to :
Deduce the expression of Rational, translational and vibration function. 
5. Separation of Partition Functions: Rational, translational and vibration partitions function of a diatomic molecule. 
Lectures hand notes. 
Midterm exams 
Students will be able to :
Calculation of equilibrium and rate constants; Entropy of mixing. 
6. Application of Partition Functions: Nuclear resonance; Degeneracy; Ratio of ortho and para states of hydrogen at various temperatures, Calculation of equilibrium and rate constants; Entropy of mixing. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Midterm exams 
Students will be able to :

7. The Condensed State: Solids at low and high temperature; Debye’s interpolation formula; Thermal expansion of solids; Quantum liquids with Fermi’s spectrum; the electronic spectra with a soliddielectric. 
Books Recommended:
Third Year (6^{th} Semester)
PHY 3604 
Digital Electronics 
4.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course discusses basic concepts in electronics and electrical circuits by which students can understand the working principle of electronic devices.
Objectives: The subject aims to provide the student with:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
Students will be able to : Know the mechanism of different types of Hexadecimal numbers, Number base conversion. 
1. Numbers: Different number systems, binary numbers, Decimal numbers, Octal numbers, Hexadecimal numbers, Number base conversion. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Class tests 
Students will be able to : Understand the applications of ASCII code, code conversion, and laws. 
2. Binary codes: weighted codes, the 8421 codes, other 4 bit BCD codes, the parity bit, the gray code, hamming code, error detection and correction, the ASCII code, code conversion. 
Lectures, hand notes, 
Quiz tests 
Studen Students will be able to :

3. Boolean Algebra and Logic Gates: Laws and theorems of Boolean algebra; Boolean functions; Simplification of Boolean functions; De Morgan’s theorems; Digital Logic gates: AND gate; OR Gate; NOT gate; NOR gate; The universal building block; XOR and XNOR gates, TTL circuits. 
Lectures, and power points 
Class tests 
Students will be able to :

4. Simplifying Logic Circuits: Minterm and maxterm; SOP and POS circuits; Algebratic simplification; Map method: Truth table to Karnaugh maps; Simplifications; Tabulation method: Determination and Selection of PrimeImplicants. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Midterm exams 
Students will be able to :

5. Arithmetic Circuits: Complements: The r’s and (rl)’s complements; Subtraction with r’s and (rl)’s complements; Adders: halfadder and Fulladder, Binary Parallel adder, Decimal adder, BCD adder; Subtractors: Halfsubtractor and full subtractor, Binary Multiplier. 
Lectures hand notes. 
Class tests 
Students will be able to : Learn how to constructed Flip flop circuit. 
6. FlipFlops: SR latches: Transistor latch; NAND and NOR latch; Clocked SR Flip flop; Dtype flipflop; Unlocked and clocked D flipflop; JK flipflop; JK masterslave flipflop; Multivibrators. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Class tests 
Students will be able to : Learn how to determine ripple counter, Design of synchronous counter, Parallel Counter; Combination counter. 
7. Counters and Registers: Ripple counter, Design of synchronous counter, Parallel Counter; Combination counter; BCD shift registers; Decoders: BCDto decimal decoder; Demultiplexers; Encoders, Multiplexers. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Class tests 
Students will be able to : Learn how to determine obtain Variableresistor network: Binary ladder. D/A converter. 
8. D/A and A/D Conversion: Variableresistor network: Binary ladder. D/A converter; D/A accuracy and resolution; A/D converter, A/D accuracy and resolution; Advanced A/D techniques. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Class tests 
Students will be able to : Comment on basic concepts types of PROMS and EPROMs; RAM architecture; Static and dynamic RAM 
9. Memory Devices: Semiconductor memory technologies; Memory addressing; ROM architecture; Types of PROMS and EPROMs; RAM architecture; Static and dynamic RAM; DRAM; SDRAM; Magnetic Core and buddle memory, Cache memory. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Class tests 
Books Recommended:
Third Year (6^{th} Semester)
PHY 3605L 
Experiments Electronics and InstrumentationI: 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course discusses basic concepts in electronics and electrical circuits by which students can understand the working principle of electronic devices.
Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to:

a) To Construct 09 Volts Stabilized Power Supply and to observe the effect of variation of base resistance on output;
i. To observe the effect of variation of input voltage on output; ii. To plot a graPhy of input vs. output voltage and hence to calculate the percentage of error. (b) To construct a square wave Generator using the constructed 9 volts stabilized power supply and to demonstrate its operation. 
Practical and hand notes

Assignments, Viva voce and Class tests

The students will be able to:

2. To Fabricate and Test a Phyase shift Oscillator Using a Transistor and (a) To measure the frequency of oscillation, (b) To compare the measured value of frequency with that of the calculated value; (c) To observe the effect of using two RC section instead of three. 
Practical and hand notes

Assignments, Viva voce and Class tests

The students will be able to:

3. To design; construct and analyze inverting and noninverting high gain Operation Amplifier using 741 Linear IC and hence.
(a) To measure the input resistance of the inverting voltage amplifier; (b) To measure the output resistance of the noninverting voltage amplifier. 
Practical and hand notes

Assignments, Viva voce and Class tests

The students will be able to:

4. To design; construct and test the highpass Active Filter using 747 linear integrated circuits and (a) To determine where the high response rolls off to3dB; (b) To plot a response curve showing frequency vs. voltage gain. (c) To demonstrate the operational and characteristics of a TTL Logic gate (AND gate) and to show how it can be used to perform the Logic functions. (d) To demonstrate the operation and characteristics of a CMOS Logic gates and show how it can be used to perform the Logic functions. 
Practical and hand notes

Assignments, Viva voce and Class tests

Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (Seventhsemester)
PHY 4701 
Nuclear Physics 
4.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course covers the brief concepts of nuclear Physics, nuclear reaction, nuclear models, nuclear reactor and nuclear forces by which students can understand the advanced concept of nuclear Physics.
Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
Student will be able to: · discuss different state of the deuteron · calculate Radius of deuteron. 
The Deuteron Problem: The experimental data; The ground state of the deuteron: Excited state of the deuteron; Electric quadruple moment and deuteron wave function; Radius of deuteron. 
Lectures, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to: · discuss about spin dependence of neutron · explain effective range theory in neutron proton scattering · describe neutronproton scattering at intermediate and high energies. 
Two body problems at low energy; Neutron Tproton scattering at low energy; Spin dependence of neutron —proton scattering; Phyase shift; Effective range theory in np scattering; Neutron —proton scattering at intermediate and high energies; ortho —and para hydrogen and coherent scattering of low energy neutrons 
Lectures, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

Nuclear Force: General properties and characteristics; Exchange forces: Yukawa proposal; 
Lectures, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

Interaction of Nuclei with Electromagnetic Radiation: Introduction: Multiple radiation and selection rules; The probability of multiple emission and absorption; Radioactive transition in the twobody problem: Internal conversion; Translation between low —laying states of nuclei: Translation involving highly excited states; Angular distribution. 
Lectures, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to: · understand of fundamental nuclear structure models · describe nuclear excitations and how they relate to fundamental properties of nuclei such as nuclear shape and shell structure explain state the conservation laws. · described wave function and energy levels, magic numbers, prediction of spin and magnetic moments. 
Nuclear Model: Shell model:single particle shells model introductory collective model. Wave function and energy levels, magic numbers, prediction of spin and magnetic moments collective model, rotational energy spectrum and nuclear wave function for eveneven nuclei and oddAnuclei, Beta and Gamma vibrations in nuclei. 
Lectures, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

Nuclear Reactions: Nuclear crosssection; Breit Wingner dispersion ‘formula fo/state; Compound nucleus; Elastic and non — elastic process: Direct reactions; Introductory Optical model for nuclear reaction 
Lectures, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (7^{th} Semester)
PHY 4702 
GeoPhysics 
4.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rationale: GeoPhysics is a subject of natural science concerned with the Phyysical processes and Phyysical properties of the Earth and its surrounding space environment, and the use of quantitative methods for their investigation.
Objectives: The objectives of the applications part of the course are that, by its end, each student should be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to:

1. The Solar System: The planets, Meteorites, Cosmic ray exposures meteorites. The PoyntingRobertson effect, Composition of the terrestrial planet.

Lectures, handout and group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to:

2. Radioactivity and the Age of the Earth.

Lectures, handout and group discussion

Tutorial

The students will be able to:

3. Seismology and the Structure of Earth. Seismicity of the earth, Elastic waves and seismic rays. Travels time ant velocity depth curves for body waves, Internal density and composition, free oscillation, Earthquake prediction Problem. 
Lectures, handout and group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to:

4. Earth’s Magnetic Field The main field, secular variation, electrical conduction in the core and mantle. Generation of the main field.

Lectures, handout and group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to:

5. Gravitational method Gravitational force, Acceleration and its relation to gravity exploration, Gravitational effects over sub surface bodies. Instruments for measuring gravity, interpretation of gravity data separation of anomalies, graPhyical and analytical methods 
Lectures, handout and group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to:

6. Magnetic Method 
Lectures, handout and group discussion

Midterm examination

The students will be able to:

7. Electrical Method Fleetriclil properties of rocks, self’ potential method, resistivity method, use of master curves in Interpretation of’ resistivity data lull uric and magneto—tell Liric methods. 
Lectures, handout and group discussion

Tutorial

The students will be able to:

8. Nuclear Method Radioactivity of rocks and minerals. Detection of radiation. Radiocarbon dating. Field operation and interpretation. 
Lectures, handout and group discussion

Assignment

Books Recommended:
Fourth Year(7^{th} Semester)
PHY 4703 
Laser Physics 
4.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rationale: Nowadays the laser plays a key role in multiple domains such as optical telecommunications, information storage (CD, DVD), instrumentation, metrology, biomedical, materials processing.
Objectives: The subject aims to provide the student with:
from those that are limited by existing technology.
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
After completion of the course, students will be able to: Ø Learn the basic of constraints; D Alembert’s principle, velocity dependent potentials and dissipation function and its application 

Lectures, hand notes. 
Assignments, Class tests 
Ø Understand the basic of Hamilton’s principle and Lagrange’s equation 
2. Fundamental Concepts Related to Lasers :Interaction of radiation with matter: Semi classical treatment of absorption and stimulated emission spontaneous emission. Results of QED treatment. Electric dipole Allowed and forbidden transitions. 
Lectures, hand notes, 
Class tests 
Ø solve the differential equations of orbits and explain viria ltheorem,and Kepler’s law . 
2. Passive Optical Resonators: Resonant modes of rectangular cavity, Types of resonators, Plane parallel resonatorstreatment of Schawlow and Townes, Quality factor of a resonator, Q in terms of resonator parameters. Co focal resonator, HermiteGaussian field distribution, Spot size, generalized resonators, Stability conditions using ray matrices, Unstable resonators: discussion with reference to stability diagram 
Lectures, hand notes 
Quiz tests 
Ø Learn how to identify symmetrie and solving rigid body problems 
4. Contentious Wave and Transient Laser Behaviors:State equation formalism: 4 and 3 level. Lasers; Calculation of CW output power: Optimum output coupling for a 4 level laser system. Reasons for multimode oscillations. single line and single mode oscillation. Frequency pulling, ultimate line width of the laser oscillation. Lamb dip and active stabilization of laser frequency. Spiking behavior of single mode lasers. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Quiz tests 
Ø Understand the basic of Hamilton’s Equation of motion 
5. Types of Lasers: Construction and Use:Ruby laser. Nd: YAG and Nd: Glass lasers. HeNe laser. Argon ion laser, Carbon dioxide laser. Nitrogen laser. Phyoto Phyysical properties of organic dyes. Characteristics of’ dye lasers, Fiber lasers. Properties and characteristics of’ homojunction and heterojunction semiconductor lasers. Semiconductor laser types and materials, applications of semiconductor lasers. 
Lectures, hand notes. 
Midterm exams, Power Point Presentations 
Ø Understand the basic of canonical and Legendre transformations,its with applications. 
6. Applications of Laser: Application in Physics, chemistry, biology and medicine. Optical communications. Laser in fusion research. HolograPhyy. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Midterm exams 
Books Recommended:
Third Year (7^{th} Semester)
PHY 4704 
Solar Energy 
4.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rationale: Solar energy is the study of thermal radiation from the sun, transmittance of nonabsorbing glass.
Objectives: The objectives of the applications part of the course are that, by its end, each student should be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to:

1. Introduction: Energy and human activities, growth rate of G.D.P and energy consumption. World production reserve of commercial resources, Bangladesh situation. Pollution from fossil fuels, green house effect, ozone depletions energy option for the future, possible role of direct and indirect solar energy a short review of devices for energy conversion. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Tutorial and Group Discussion 
The students will be able to:

2. Solar Radiation: The Structure of the sun, thermal radiation from the sun, the solar constant, extraterrestrial radiation. Solar time, solar geometry. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
The students will be able to: § Determinate the Structure of the sun, thermal radiation from the sun, the solar constant, extraterrestrial radiation. 
3. Solar Energy Availability:Pyrheliorneters and pyranometers, Sunshine recorders, attenuation of solar radiation by the atmosPhyere turbidity parameters estimating G.D. and I, tilt factor.

Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
The students will be able to:

4. Heat Transfer: Fourier equation thermal resistance and diffusivity, free and tbrccd convection, Nusselt, Pranditl and related numbers, convection heat transfer coefficients. Radiation heat transfer, Radiation exchange between two gray surfaces, sky radiation, radiation heat transfer coefficient. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Midterm and Group Discussion 
The students will be able to:

5. Radiation Transmission and Absorption: Transmittance of nonabsorbing glass. Absorption, transmittance for diffuse radiation, transmittance

Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
The students will be able to:

6. Thermal Energy Storage: Sensible heat storage with liquids. Packed bed storage, Phyase change storage, thermo chemical storage.

Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Tutorial and Group Discussion 
The students will be able to:

7. The Physics of the Solar Cell: Review: Crystal Structures, Energy Band Structure, Densities 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
The students will be able to:

8. Phyotovoltanic Materials: Crystalline Silicon, Amorpous Silicon, Gallium Arsenide and other IIIV Materials, Cadmium Telluride and other IIVI Materials, Copper Indium Diselenide and Other IIII Materials, Others Materials of Interest for Solar Cells. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
The students will be able to:

9. Organic and Dye Sensitized solar cell : Background, Structure and Materials, Mechanism, Chargetransfer Kinetics, Characteristics, Fabrication, Assembling the Cell and Cell Performance, New Developments. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 

10. PV Systems: Lighting, water pumping, Community use and connection to grids, solar batteries, electronic regulator, DC/AC converters. 


Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (Seven Semester)
PHY 4705L 
Experiments in Electronics and Instrumentation 
3.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: This course discusses basic concepts in electronics and electrical circuits by which students can understand the working principle of electronic devices.
Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
Students will be able to:
and dc network.

1. To construct an Audio frequency Amplifier and (i) To observe distortion. (ii) To measure the output and input impedance. (iii) To measure the power gain. (iv) To plot its frequency response curve. 2. To design, construct and test a low pass active filter using 747 linear integrated circuit and (i) To determine in what low frequency range filtering occurs; (ii) To plot a graPhy of frequency vs. voltage gain.
3. To design, construct and test a low pass active filter using 747 linear integrated circuit and (i) To determine in what low frequency range filtering occurs; (ii) To plot a graPhy of frequency vs. voltage gain. 4. (a) To demonstrate the operation and characteristics of setreset (Latch) Flipflop. (b) To demonstrate the operation and characteristics of a Dtype Flipflop and a Storage Resister. 
Lectures, Demonstration 
Assignment, Quiz, Class test, Oral Examination 
Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (Eighth Semester)
PHY 4801 
Reactor Physics 
4.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course covers the basics concept of nuclear Physics, neutron interactions, nuclear fission, neutron diffusion, Concept and operation of nuclear power reactor by which students can understand the fundamental concepts of reactor engineering.
Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The Student will be able to:

1. Neutrons: Production of neutrons, interactions of neutrons with nuclei, mechanism of nuclear reactions, resonance absorption, BreitWigner formula neutron cross section, determination of cross section by transmission and activation methods, neutron activation analyses average cross section l/v and nonl/v, absorbers, variation of cross section with neutron energy, spectrum for reactor neutrons. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes, 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Power Point Presentation 
Student will be able:

2. Nuclear Fission: Mechanics of fission, fission fuels, fission cross section, fission products and asymmetric fission, decay heat calculation, prompt neutrons and gamma rays, energy release in fission, reactor power, fuel consumption. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
The learner will be able to:

3. Diffusion of Neutrons: Neutron interaction rates and neutron flux, neutron current density, equation of continuity, Fick’s law, diffusion equation, solution of diffusion equation for various source conditions in infinite and finite media, multiregion problems in infinite and media, multiregion problems, diffusion length and it measurement albedo concept. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

4. Slowing Down of Neutrons: Mechanics of elastic scattering, collision density, slowing down density, moderation of neutron in hydrogen, lethargy, average logarithmic energy decrement, slowing down in infinite media with capture, resonance escape probability, continuous slowing down model, Fermi age equation and Phyysical significance of Fermi age. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

5. The Critical Equation: Four Factor formula, one group and two group critical equations for bare reactor, age diffusion method, reactors of various shapes, nonleakage probabilities, critical equations for large reactors, reflected reactors, homogeneous and heterogeneous reactor system. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion. 
the student will be able to:

6. Reactor Kinetics: Neutrons lifetime, reactor kinetic equation, reactor period, one group of delayed neutrons, in hour formula, prompt critical condition, rod drop experiment and basic principles of reactor control. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
student will be able to:

7. Nuclear Heat Removal: Heat transfer by conduction, convection and radiation; heat transmission in clad plate type fuel element, heat transmission in clad cylindrical fuel element and heat transmission in shields and pressure vessel in the form of slab exponential heat source. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

8. Radiological Physics: Units and Measurements, Biological effects of ionizing and nonionizing radiations, external effects, low level radiation effect and radiation protection guide. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to: · describe basic nuclear processes and the interaction of radiation with matter · understand and be able to apply the design of experiments for radiation detection and measurement · understand the principles of radiation detector operation 
9. Radiation Detection and Reactor Instrumentation: Ionization chambers, proportional counters, GeigerMuller counters, scintillation counters. Neutron Detectors: fission chambers, fast neutron detection, selfpowered detectors, PWR protection system and BWR protection system. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

10. Reactor laterals and Radiant in Damage problems: Radiation damage to crystalline solids, amorPhyous materials, atom displacements per neutron scattering collision, temperature for BCC metals, stainless steel in fast reactors comparison between thermal and fast neutron damage, nuclear fuels, fuel densification, major causes of fuel defects, dispersion type alloys, and metallic fuels for fast breeders 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

11. Select Topics in Reactor and Fuel Cycle Technology: Thermal discharges BAEC research reactor (TRIGA type), gas—cooled reactor TRIGA risks, loss of coolant accident (LOCA), the accident at TMI2 and Chernobyl, diversionresistant fuel cycle, radioactive waste disposal management, decommissioning of a reactor 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

12. Isotopes for nuclear reactions: isotopically homogeneous cosmos, the atomic age, isotope separation, separation of selected isotopes and plutonium. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (Eight Semester)
PHY 4802 
BioPhysics 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rationale: This course deals the principles and techniques of Physics to biology by which students can understand biological systems and biological processes using Physicsbased methods.
Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The Student will be able to:

1. Force in body: Static force, Frictional forces, Dynamics.

Lectures, Books Hand notes, 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Power Point Presentation 
Student will be able:

2. Physics of the Skeleton: Composition of bones; Lubrication of bone joint; Measurement of minerals in the body. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
The learner will be able to:

3. Heat & Cold in Medicine: Phyysical basis of heat and temperature; Thermometry and temperature scales; ThermograPhy mapping the body temperature; Heat therapy; Use of cold in medicine; cryosurgery; Safety with cryogenics. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

4. Energy. Work and Power in the Body: Conservation of energy in the body; Energy changes in the body work and power; Heat losses from the body. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

5. Pressure in the Body: measurement of pressure in the body, Pressure inside the skill Eye pressure, Pressure in the digestive system, in the skeleton and in the urinary bladder, Pressure effect. While diving, Hyperbolic oxygen therapy. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion. 
The student will be able to:

6. Phyysic of the Lungs and Breathing: The airways; The blood and lungs interact; Measurements of lung volume; Pressureairflowvolume relationship of the lungs; Physics of the alveoli; the breathing mechanics; Airway resistance; Work of breathing; Physics of some common lung diseases. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

7. Physics of Cardiovascular System: Major component of cardiovascular system: 02 & CO2 exchange in capillary system; Work done by Heart: Blood pressure measurements. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

8. Cardiovascular instruments:Biopotentials of the Heart; Electrodes; Amplifiers; Patient monitoring defibrillator pacemakers. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to: · describe nervous system and the neuron · understand electrical signals from muscles detection · understand magnetic signals; from heart and brain 
9. Electricity within the Body: The nervous system and the neuron electrical potentials of nerves Electrical signals from muscles: Heart; Brain and eye: Magnetic signals; From heart and brain. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

10. Physics of the Ear and Hearing: The outer; Inner and middle ear: Sensitivity of the ears; Testing of hearing; Deafness and hearing aids. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

11. Light in medicine: Measurement of light and its units; Application of visible light, Ultraviolet; Infra—red light in medicine; Lasers in medicine: Application of microscopes in medicine. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

12. Physics of the eyes and vision: Focusing elements and some other elements of the eye; The retinathe light detector of the eye; How little light can you see; Diffraction effects on the eye; 1—low sharp are your eyes’? Optical illusions and related Phyenomena; Defective vision and chromic aberration; Instruments used in oPhythalmology. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (Eighth Semester)
PHY4803 
Astronomy and Cosmology 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rationale: This course deals the origin and evolution of the universe, from the Big Bang to today and on into the future, by which students can understand origin, evolution, and eventual fate of the universe.
Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The student will be able to:

Introduction: Modern Astronomy Astronomical coordinates; Rough scales of the astronomical universe Contents of the universe. 
Lectures, Books, Hand notes, 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Power Point Presentation 
The student will be able:

Stars: Properties of stars; Formation of stars; The end states of stars; white dwarfs; neutron stars; The sun as a star; Surveying the solar system; The interior of the sun; The sun’s outer layers; The source of energy of the sun. 
Lectures, Books, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
The learner will be able to:

Galaxies: Formation and classification of galaxies; Comic rays; The Milky way system; Spiral structure; Density wave theory; Active galaxies; Peculiar galaxies and quasars: Clusters of galaxies. 
Lectures, Books, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

Expansion of the universe: Red shifts; Hubble’s law regarding expansion of the universe; Age of the universe. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to:

The Critical Equation. Four Factor formula, one group and two group critical equations for bare reactor, age diffusion method, reactors of various shapes, nonleakage probabilities, critical equations for large reactors, reflected reactors, homogeneous and heterogeneous reactor system. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion. 
The student will be able to:

Big Bang Theory and Cosmology: Static cosmological models; Expanding cosmological models and the Big bang theory. The early universe: The universe and the subatomic Life and intelligence in the universe 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (Eight Semester)
PHY 4804 
Atmospheric Physics 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rationale: This course deals the origin and evolution of the universe, from the Big Bang to today and on into the future, by which students can understand origin, evolution, and eventual fate of the universe.
Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The student will be able to: § define ‘atmosPhyere’ list the layers of earth’s atmosPhyere § describe key features of each layer of the atmosPhyere § summarize the gaseous makeup of earth’s atmosPhyere § describeradiation transfer process. 
Structure of the atmosPhyere: Elementary ideas about the sun and the laws of radiation, definitions and units of solar radiation, Depletion of solar radiation in the atmosPhyere. Terrestrial radiation. Radiation transfer heat balance in the atmosPhyere, heat budget. Vertical temperature profile, Radiation charts and their uses. 
Lectures, Books, Hand notes, 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Power Point Presentation 
The student will be able: § explore the four structural layers of the atmosPhyere and the gaseous compositional makeup of earth’s atmosPhyere. § describe about molecular weight, humidity. mixing ratio, density and saturation vapour pressure. 
Composition of the atmosPhyere: Molecular weight, Humidity. Mixing ratio, density and saturation vapor pressure. 
Lectures, Books, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
The students will be able to: § explain meteorological Phyenomena at various scales in terms of basic Phyysical and dynamic process including radiative forcing, thermodynamics, microPhysics, electricity, and optics. 
Dynamic Meteorology: Unit and dimension of parameters used in the dynamic meteorology. Fundamental forces governing the motion of the atmosPhyere. Pressure gradient force, gravitational force; frictional force. Apparent forces in noninertial frame of references, centrifugal force; carioles force, structure of the static atmosPhyere; Hydrostatic equation. 
Lectures, Books, Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to: § describe Physical meaning of total and partial differentiation in meteorology § describethe basic conservation laws. the vectors from of momentum equation in rotating coordinates. § determine the thermodynamic energy equation § explain Hubble’s law and interpret a Hubble diagram. § describeelements ideas of planetary boundary layer. 
Different frames and coordinates. Phyysical meaning of total and partial differentiation in meteorology. The basic conservation laws. The vectors from of momentum equation in rotating coordinates. The component equation in sPhyerical coordinates. Continuity equation. The thermodynamic energy equation. Thermodynamics of dry atmosPhyere. Applications of the basic equations. Balanced flow. Trajectories and streamlines. Thermal wind. Vertical motion circulation and vorticity: Elements ideas of planetary boundary layer. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Student will be able to: § describemicroPhyysical processes the general circulation of the atmosPhyere, elementary ideas, fronts, and cyclones. 
Condensation precipitation and atmosPhyeric electricity. MicroPhyysical processes; Condensation nuclei, curvature and solute effects, Cloud Classification, general features. The general circulation of the atmosPhyere, elementary ideas, Fronts, Cyclones. 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion. 
The student will be able to: § describe tropical meteorology. § evaluate the evidence explaining the big bang theory. § explain the concept of depressions tropical cyclones, elementary ideas about forecasting. synoptic charts. satellite meteorology. 
The TePhyigram Tropical Meteorology: Definition of the region, zones of convergence vertical structure of the winds, trade winds, Monsoon: Depressions tropical cyclones, Elementary ideas about forecasting. Synoptic charts. Satellite meteorology 
Lectures, Books Hand notes 
Assignment, Class test, Quiz, and Group Discussion 
Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (Eight Semester)
PHY 4805 
Project work 
4.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rationale: This course will help students to understand depth research knowledge on Physics.
Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The student will be able to: gainexperimental and theoretical knowledge. 
According to the supervisors running project and laboratory facilities 
Lectures, Laboratory Books, published papers

Assignment, paper writing and Power Point Presentation 
SectionC
Third Year (5^{th} semester)
CHEM 3501 
Electrochemistry 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge of electrochemistry.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand about different types of conductivity in solution. They will be able to calculate different types of conductivity and transport number of ions. They will be able to learn about different types of titrations by conductometric method. 
Conductance: Concept of weak and strong electrolytes. Specific conductance (κ) and molar conductance (μ) and their measurements. Variation of κ and μ with the concentration of weak and strong electrolytes. Kohlrausch’s law of independent ion migration and its application. Transport number and its determination. Factors affecting transport number. Applications of conductance in kinetic measurements, acidbase titrations, precipitation titration, determination of the solubility of sparingly soluble salts, water quality index etc. Impact of conductance on biochemistry; ion channels and ion pumps. 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to learn about acids, bases and indicators. They will be able to choose a particular indicator for acidbase titrations. They will be able to calculate the Phy of solution of different types of salt and buffer solutions. 
Acidbase equilibria: Phy of weak acid and weak base solutions, Henderson Hasselbalch equation, indicators, pK_{a} of an indicator, Phy range of an indicator, theories of acidbase indicator, buffer mechanism, buffer capacity, salt hydrolysis.

Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to understand different theories of electrolytes and to determine the activity coefficient. 
Theories of electrolytes: Theories of strong electrolytes: DebyeHuckel limiting law and its test. Determination of activity coefficient. DebyeHuckelOnsagar equation: Limitations and applications. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to learn about different types of half cells. They will be able to calculate the cell potential. They will be able to write halfcell reactions and overall reaction of a cell. The will able to calculate free energy change and equilibrium constant from the cell potential measurement. 
Galvanic cells: Galvanic cells. Half cells. Electrode potentials. e.m.f of cells. Nernst equation. Different types of electrodes: standard hydrogen electrode, secondary reference electrodes. Concentration cells. Measurement of e.m.f of a cell: compensation method: use of high impedance voltmeters, measurements of electrode potentials. Cell reactions, halfcell reactions. Thermodynamic functions form e.m.f. measurements: standard free energy changes, equilibrium constants, activities Quinhydrone and hydrogen ion selective electrodes.

Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Quiz test

The students will be able to understand potentiometric titration and Phy titration. They will able to learn the working function of different types of cell and batteries. 
Applications of galvanic cells: Analytical applications: e.m.f measurements: feasibility of a reaction, potentiometric titration, ion selective electrodes for analytical purposes. Phy titration. Electrogravimetry. Rechargeable battery: dry cell and fuel cell, solar cells. Phyotoelectrochemical generation of hydrogen from water. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination

The students will be able to understand about the polarization of the electrodes. 
Electrode processes: Polarization: concentration polarization, activation polarization and Ohmic polarization. PolarograPhyy and voltammetry 
Lectures, Handout 
Midterm Examination

The students will be able to learn about the application of electrochemistry in different industrial processes. 
Industrial applications of electrochemistry: Chloroalkali industries; electrometallurgy, electrochemical treatment of industrial effluents.

Lectures, group discussion 
Tutorial examination 
Books Recommended:
Third Year (5^{th} semester)
CHEM 3502 
Chemistry of Representative Elements 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge about Representative Element.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand about Hydrogen,Alkali metals. 
Hydrogen: Isotopes andheavy water; water gas: water gas shift reaction reducing action, ortho and para hydrogen, binary hydrides and then classification, the hydrogen bond, structure of ice, hydratea and watch clathrates, hydrogen:the prospective future fuel. The Alkali Metals: Occurrence and extraction, comparative properties of the elements, ionization energies, alkali metal solutions in liquid ammonia and other solvents, cation sizes and bond polarization, hydration radii and solubilities of salts, diagonal relation between Li and Mg.

Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to learn the basic knowledge of Alkaline earth metals and Boranes 
The Alkaline EarthMetals: Occurrence and extraction, comparative properties of the elements, ionization aenergies,cation sizes and polarization stability of ionic compounds, diagonal relation between Be and A compounds of beryllium and calcium, compounds of other metals organometallic and complex compounds, minerals of nuclear materials. The Boron Family: Occurrence and extraction, borates and boric acid Lews acid character of BX_{3} compounds and their elimination reactions, stability of BX_{4} anions, 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to draw the structure of Carbene Compounds. 
Carbon and its congeners: Allotropes of carbon, lamellar compounds of graPhyite, catenationa, carbanion, carbonium ion, carbene intermediate, carbides oxides of carbon and carbonic acid, reduction potentials of species having CO linkage, CN Bond and related compounds. . 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will learn about Nitrogen and Chaleogen 
The Nitrogen Family: The elements, electronic structure and oxidation state compounds of nitrogen, strong triple bond, stability of N_{2}, nitrogen fixation nitrides, nitrogen hydrides and their derivatives, NH_{3} as a nonaquction solvent, salts of ammonium ion The Chaleogens: General properties, electronic structure, and oxidation states, isotopes, and allotropes of oxygen, oxygen factories of nature, octet and oxygen compounds, SO_{2} as as nonaqueous solvent, ionic and covalent oxides monodi and tricoordinated oxygen species, ozone 
Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Quiz test

The students will be able to understand the Phyysical behavior of halogens and inert gases 
The Halogens: Comparative properties, MO diagrams, colours and Phyysical states of dihalogens, trends in bond dissociation energies, solid form and metallic lustre of iodine, occurrence, electrolytic production of F_{2} and Cl_{2}, their uses, recent chemistry of fluorine, pseudohalogen. The Inert Gases: Discovery of argon, occurrence, recovery and uses, hemistry of poble gases xenon compound: fluorides, oxides, oxyfluorides, and oxoacids and their structures, complexes of xenon. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
Books Recommended:
Third Year (5^{th} semester)
CHEM 3503 
Organic Chemistry III 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge about Organic chemistry.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand about Heterocyclic Compounds. 
Heterocyclic Compounds: Chemistry and structure of 5 & 6 membered heterocyclic compounds containing one hetero atom: pyrrole, pyridine, furan, thioPhyene, twohetero atoms: imidazole, pyrimidine, oxazole and thiazole. Heterocyclic compounds having fuses rings; indole, benzofuran, hen/othioPhyene, quinoline, isoquinoline. 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to learn the basic knowledge of Purine Bases. 
Purine Bases: Chemistry of purines and uric acid. Purine derivatives, xanthance bases.

Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to draw the diagram of DNA and RNA.

Nucleic acids: Sources and importance: structure of nucleic acid, nucleosides and niucleotides, DNA and RNA.

Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to understand organic drugs. They will gain the knowledge about SulPhya drugs. 
Synthesis of some important organic durgs: (a) SulPhya drugs: SulPhyanilamide, sulPhyapyridine, sulPhyathiazol, sulPhyadiazine, sulPhyamezathine, sulPhyaguanidine, prontosil, Antimalarials: Paracetamol, aspirin, Phyenacetin (b) Barbiturates: Barbituric acid,uramil, alurate, Phyenobarbital. (c) Sweetening agent: Saccharin, dulcine, aspartame.

Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
Books Recommended:
Third Year (5^{th} semester)
CHEM 3504 
Stereochemistry 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic as well as intermediate knowledge about stereochemistry.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand the basic knowledge of stereochemistry as well as stereochemical representation of structures 
Fundamental of stereochemistry: Stereochemistry and stereoismerism stereochemical representation of structures (Fischer projection, Newman projection Sawhorse projection, conversion among these forms.) 
Lectures, group discussion

Tutorial examination

The students will be able to understand about the symmetry elements and the optical activity of optically active compounds. 
Optical activity and optical isomerism: Cause of optical activity chirality (asymmetry and dissymmetry). Symmetry elements, optical isomerism, diastereoisomers, enantioners, epimers, anomers, mesoand recent compounds. Racemic modifications and their resolution. Atropisomerism. BiPhyenyls, allenes and spiranes. 
Lectures, handout

Assignment

The students will be able to understand about the geometrical isomerism 
Geometrical isomerism: Conditions,configurations of geometrical isomers cistrans, synanti, E/Z system. Phyysical properties and configurational assignments of geometrical isomers, Interconversion of geometrical isomers, Geometrical isomerism of polyenes, carbonnitrogen, nitroennitrogen double bonds and cyclic compounds (cistrans isomerism in substituted cyclohexane) 
Lectures, group discussion 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to understand the conformation of alkanes. 
Conformationa and conformational analysis: conformations and conformers. Conformations of ethane, propane, nbutane and butane2, 3 diol, cyclohexane, metrhyl and dimethylcyclohexane. Conformations of cyclobutane, cyclopentane and their stability. Conformation of mono and disubstituted cyclohexanes (1,3 diaxial interaction, butanegauche interaction. 
Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Quiz test

The students will be able to understand the configuration of organic compounds. 
Configuration: D & L, threo & erythro, R and S absolute configuration. Determination of the configurations of simple organic compounds Absolute and relative configurations and their correlation. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
The students will be able to understand the stereochemistry of fusedring system and bicyclic system compounds. 
Stereochemistry of the fusedring system and bicyclic system. Stereochemistry of decalins. Fused and bicyclic bridgesring systems Bedtime rule and its exception in flexible ring systems. 

Quiz test

Books Recommended:
Third Year (5^{th} semester)
CHEM 3505 
Analytical chemistry 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rationale: The course is designed to groom up students desiring to build up their career in Analytical Chemistry.
Objectives: The objective of the course to acquaint the students with fundamental of Analytical Chemistry so that the subsequent disciplines of chemistry can be understood in subsequent course.
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
students will be able to:

Errors in analysis: Accuracy, Precision,Mean, Average deiation, Standard deviation; classification of errors; Minimization of errors; Determination of the accuracy of methods of quantitative analysis; significant figures and computations; statistical treatment of analyticaldata, comparison of results. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Class tests 
students will be able to:

Sampling in chemical analysis: Sampling procedures, sample population significance of representative sampling. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Assignment 
students will be able to:

Group separation & precipitation Phyenomenon: basic principles. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Class tests 
students will be able to:

AcidBase Reactions: Acidbase equilibria and buffers in analytical solvents solvent choice and advantages. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Assignment 
students will be able to:

Redox Reactions: Oxidationreduction equilibria in chemical analysis, redox titration curve, indicators for oxidation reduction titrations, KMnO_{4} as a standard oxidant, titrations with K_{2} Cr_{2 }O_{7 }and cerium (IV), Redox titrations involving iodine, iodometric and iodimetric and methods. Gravimetric Methods of Analysis: Principle of gravimetric method, properties of precipitates and precipitating agents, coagulation and peptization of precipitates, treatment of colloidal precipitates, coprecipitation and post precipitation, drying and ignition of precipitates, results and calculation. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Assignment 
students will be able to:

Complexometric titrations: Principles, Metal titrants: important complexing reagents in general with particular reference to EDTA, Dithizone and Dicthydithicarbamate, Metal indicators, effects of other complexing agents on EDTA titrations, scope of EDTA titration, determination of water hardness. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Midterm 
students will be able to:

Solvent extraction: General discussion, factors favouring solvent extraction, extracting reagents, some applications: distribution of solute between solvent pair, effect of number of extractions, liquidliquid extraction 
Lectures, hand notes 
Assignment 
students will be able to:

Colorimetric and spectroPhyotometric methods: Principles of colorimetric & spectroPhyotometric methods, Beer’s law, Lambert law, applications and deviation of BeerLambert law. Determination of Phy of a solution by colorimetric methods, Determination of pK value of an indicator by spectroPhyotometric method. SpectroPhyotometric titration, Apparatus for spectroPhyotometric titration, Determination of equilibrium constant by spectroPhyotometry and determination of Pb & As. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Assignment 
Books Recommended:
Third Year (5^{th} semester)
CHEM 3506L 
Phyysical Chemistry Lab II 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to use different instruments used in Phyysical chemistry laboratory and to apply in the field of chemistry.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to learn about the different methods of determining the molecular weight of a substance. They will able to draw Phyase diagram of two and three component system. The will be able to determine the specific rotation of sucrose. The will be able to determine the concentration of a solution by spectroscopic, conductometric and potentiometric method. 
1. Determination of the molecular weight of a substance by cryoscopic method. 2. Determination of the molecular weight of a solid by ebulioscopic method. 3. Determination of the absorption isotherm of acetic acid from aqueous solution by charcoal. 4. Determination of the liquidliquid miscibility of partially miscible three liquid systems. 5. Phyase diagram of twocomponent system. 6. Determination of the grammolecular volume of ethanol and its partial molar volume in aqueous solution at room temperature. 7. Determination of the specific rotation of sucrose and the specific reaction rate of the inversion of sucrose in the presence of an acid (polarimetric method). 8. Determination of the absorption curve of a colored substance in solution and to verify the validity of Beer law and (b) Determination of the strength of an unknown solution. 9. Determination of the cell constant of a conductance cell and to measure the solubility of a sparingly soluble salt by conductometric measurements. 10. Determination of the specific reaction rate of the hydrolysis of an ester by NaOH solution (conductometric method). 11. Determination of the equivalent conductance at infinite dilution and the dissociation constant of a weak acid. 12. Conductometric titration of (a) strong and (b) weak acid and to draw their neutralization curves. 13. Potentiometric titration of (a) strong acid and (b) weak acids and to determination their neutralization curves. 14. Determination of the Fe^{+2} ion concentration in a given solution by potentiometric titration and to determine the value of E_{o}Fe^{2+}/Fe^{3+}. 15. Determination of the standard electrode potential of zinc and copper 
Lectures, Demonstration

Assignment, Oral Examination

Books Recommended:
Third Year (5^{th} semester)
CHEM 3507L 
Identification of Organic Compounds 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to learn how to identify organic compounds.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to learn about the Phyysical appearance, elementals, solubility properties, functional groups of organic compounds. They also will be able to know how to search literature and how to determine Phyysical constant. 

Lectures, Demonstration

Assignment, Oral Examination

Books Recommended:
Third Year (Sixth semester)
CHEM 3601 
Chemical Kinetics 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge about chemical kinetics and Phyotochemistry.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand about order and molecularity of reaction. The will able to determine the order and halflife of reaction. 
Chemical Kinetics: Review of elementary concepts: order, molecularity and rate constant. Integration of rate equations for model reaction systems: zero, first and second order reactions. Parallel, consecutive, successive and opposing reactions: methods for determination of order and rate constants. Complex reactions. Steady state approximation. Kinetics of polymerization reactions, chain reactions, explosions. 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to learn different methods used to determine the rate of reactions.

Techniques and Methods for measuring rates of reactions: Conventional chemical methods: conductance methods, polarimetry, spectroPhyotometry; methods based on gas pressure and volume measurements. Techniques for measuring rate of fast reactions: production and measurement of free radicals, flash Phyotolysis, flow methods, relaxation techniques, relative methods. 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to correlate the rate of reaction with temperature. They will understand collision theory and transition state theory and their advantage and limitations. 
Temperature dependence of reaction rates and theories: The Arrhenius equation, Bimolecular reaction: collision theory its success and failures. Transition state theory: elementary treatment, Eyring equation, thermodynamic formulation. Reaction enthalpy and enthalpy diagrams. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to understand the effect of dielectric constant and ionic strength on the rate of reactions. 
Reactions in solution: Diffusion and activation controlled reactions. Theories of reaction rate in solutions, effect of dielectric constant and ionic strength on rates of reactions in solution. 
Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Quiz test

The students will be able to understand different theories on unimolecular reaction. 
Theories of unimolecular reactions: Unimolecular reactions: Lindeman theory, Hinshelwood treatment. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
The students will be able to understand kinetics and mechanism of some typical reactions. 
Kinetics and reaction mechanism: Principle of steady state approximation. Iodination of acetone. Decomposition of nitrogen pentoxide. Decomposition of ethane and acetaldehyde. HydrogenChlorine and HydrogenBromine reaction. Hydrogenation of ethylene. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Assignment

The students will be able to understand catalysis. They will understand acidbase catalyzed and enzyme catalyzed reaction and their kinetics. 
Catalysis: Homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, acidbase catalysis: Hinshelwood and Rideal mechanism. Enzyme catalysis: Michaelis Menten equation, Auto catalysis, Oscillatory reactions. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
The students will be able to learn different laws of Phyotochemistry. They will be able to understand different types of Phyotochemical reaction and Phyotosensitization. They will know about ozone layer and causes of ozone layer depletion. 
Phyotochemistry and Phyotochemical reaction: Laws of Phyotochemistry, quantum yield and its significance. Light source. Actinometer and its working principles. Fates of Phyoto exited species. Phyotodissociation, Phyotoionization. Some typical Phyotochemical reactions. Phyotosensitization and Phyotocatalysis. Mechanism of Phyotocatalytic reactions. Formation and depletion of ozone in the stratosPhyere, ozone hole. 
Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to understand the differences between the Phyotochemistry and radiation chemistry. 
Radiation Chemistry: Types of radiation, difference between Phyotochemistry and radiation chemistry. Gvalue and its significance. 
Lectures 
Tutorial examination 
Books Recommended:
Third Year (Sixth semester)
CHEM 3602 
Transition Metals and Coordination Chemistry 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge about Transition Metals and Coordination Chemistry.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to learn about transition and inner transition metals and their general properties and can differentiate them from main group elements. 
Transition and Inner Transition Elements: General characteristics of 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to correlate the different theories of bonding and geometry of coordination compounds. They will able to determine the EAN, CFSE etc. 
Bonding Coordination Compounds: Classical coordination compounds, double salts and coordination compounds, coordination number, ligand types, Werner’s coordination theory, limitations of Werner’s postulate, Sidgwick’s electronic concept, application of EAN rule, limitations of Sidgwick’s concept, assumptions of valence bond theory (VBT), hybridization and geometry of complexes, inner orbital and outer orbital octahedral complexes, limitations of VBT, important features of crystal field theory (CFT), orbital splitting and electron spin, factors influencing the magnitude of 10q. spectrochemical series, crystal field stabilizing energies of d” configuration (n=0 to 10), magnetic moments, colour of transition metal complexes, distortion of octahedral complexes molecular orbital theory (MOT), MOT as applied to octahedral complexes, comparison of different theories. 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to understand kinetic and thermodynamic stability of complex compounds.

Stability of Complex Compounds: Stability, stepwise formation constants and overall formation constants, kinetic vs. thermodynamic stability, labile and inert octahedral complexes, factors affecting the stability of a complex, experimental determination of stability constants and composition of a complex. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to learn nomenclature and different isomers in coordination compounds. They will know about chirality and its effects. 
Nomenclature and Isomers in Coordination Compounds: Names of 
Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Quiz test

The students will be able to understand different types of reactions and their mechanism in octahedral complexes and tetrahedral complexes and their stereochemistry. They will understand factors affecting the rate of substitution reactions, acid and base hydrolysis reactions and fluxionality in coordination compounds. 
Reactions and Mechanism in Coordination Chemistry: Substitution reactions in octahedral complexes, types of substitution reactions, nucleoPhyilic substitution reactions, association, dissociation and interchange mechanisms, factors affecting the rate of substitution reactions, acid and base hydrolysis reactions, the conjugate base mechanism, stereochemistry of octahedral substitution, substitution in square planar complexes, trans effect theories of trans effect, uses of trans effect, substitution in tetrahedral complexes, fluxionality in coordination compounds. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
Books Recommended:
Third Year (Six semester)
CHEM 3603 
Organic Reaction Mechanism I 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the advanced knowledge about Organic reaction mechanism.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to know about some terms that can change the structure and reactivity of chemical compounds.

Structure and Reactivity: Polarity of the molecules; Factors affecting electron distribution: electronegativity, inductive effect, resonance effect, hyper conjugation effect, steric effect.

Lectures, group discussion

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to know about different types of reaction mechanism and how to classify reaction mechanism. They also will be able to know about identifying intermediates and the evidence of their presence. 
Organic Reaction Mechanisms: Classes of reaction mechanism: Methods for determining reaction mechanism; Isolation of products; Trapping and Detection of Intermediates; Isotope tracing, Kinetic and stereochemical evidence.

Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to know about NucleoPhyilic substitution, Addition, Elimination, and Free radical reactions for aliPhyatic and aromatic compounds in detail. 
Broad Concept of the following classes of Organic Reactions: i. NucleoPhyilic substitution reactions in aliPhyatic system: SN1 and SN2 reactions Kinetics, effect of solvent, effect of structure, effect of attacking reagents and leaving groups stereochemistry, neighboring group participation, steric effect; allylic rearrangement; SN1reaction. ii. Aromatic nucleoPhyilic substitution reactions: Difficulties; Bimolecular substitution reactions; Benzyne intermediate. iii. Addition reactions: Addition to carbon multiple bonds; ElectroPhyilic addition reactions Markownikoff’s rule; Peroxide initiated addition of hydrogen bromide: Mechanism and stereochemistry of addition; NeucleoPhyilic addition Michael condeisation. iv Elimination reactiois: E1 and E2 mechanisms; Orientation in Elimination reactions; Stereochemistry of Elimination reaction; Competition between elimination and substitution; Intramolecular (cis) elimination. v. Free radical reactions: Longlived and short lived free radicals; Production and detection of free radicals; Configuration of’ free radicals; Types of free radical reactions and general characteristics. vi. NucleoPhyilic addition to C=) bonds: Structure and reactivity’; Addition of alcohols: Thiols; Hydrogen cyanide; Bisulfite and other anions; Hydride ions; complex metal hydride ions; Meerwein Ponndorff reaction, Cannizzaro reaction, electrons; AdditionElimination reaction: Dedrivatives of ammonia, carbon nucleoPhyilic addiiion; ‘Grignard reagents acetylidc anions; Aldol reactions, Nitroalkanes; Perkin reaction, Knoevenagel and Stobbe reactions (Claisen ester condensation; Benzoin condensation; Benzilic acid rearrangement; Wittig reaction; Acid catalyzed reactions. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
Books Recommended:
Third Year (Sixth semester)
CHEM3604 
Chemical Spectroscopy II Applications 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge about applications of chemical spectroscopy.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to calculate the λ_{max} of organic compounds containing conjugated system, chromoPhyore etc. They will be able to understand the kinetics studies using uvvisible spectroscopy. 
Ultraviolet and visible spectra of organic and inorganic compounds:Woodward–Hoffman rules for the calculation of λ_{max}solvent effect on band position: conjugated system, chromoPhyore; stereochemical aspects. Kinetic studies using uvvisible spectroscopy. Spectra of complex compounds tree ions, d configuration and correlation diagrams, and TanabeSugano diagrams. UPS and XPS. 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination

The students will be able to determine the functional groups present in the compounds from IR frequencies. 
Infrared spectra of organic and inorganic compounds: Characteristic group frequencies; assignment of specra1 bands; structural factors, including common organic functional group, affecting group frequencies; frequency shifts associated with structural changes in the compounds containing hetero atoms. Applications in structure elucidation and investigation of reaction mechanism, Combined infrared and Raman spectroscopic studies for structure determination; infrared spectra of transition metal complexes. Infrared spectra of adsorbed species. 
Lectures, group discussion

Quiz test

The students will be able to learn to find out the structural information of a compound using different NMR methods. 
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy: Nuclear spin; common nuclei with spin (^{1}H, ^{13}C, ^{15}N, ^{19}F, ^{31}P), interaction of magnetic field with nuclear spin; Larmour precession; resonance absorption of radiation, the n.m.r. spectrometer, n. m.r. spectrum; chemical shift; shielding and deshielding of nuclei; spin—spin coupling, coupling constant; vicinal, geminal, ortho. para and meta coupling. Proton exchange reactions; rotation about single bonds; variable temperature spectra, geminal coupling non equivalence of protons; relaxation; NOE. Simplification of complex spectra, double irradiation; Fourier Transform spectra; Twodimensional n.m.r.; a brief’ treatment of COSY and NOESY. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to determine the molecular weight and fragmentation of a compound using different peak in mass spectra. 
Mass spectroscopy: Techniques of ionization; electron impact; fast atom bombardment, field desorption, Phyotoionization, multiPhyoto ionization, thermal methods; principles of mass separation, sector magnet technique; 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Assignment

The students will be able to learn structure elucidation of compounds by combined application of UV, IR, NMR (^{1}H &^{13}C) and mass spectroscopy. 
Combination of spectroscopic methods: Structure elucidation of Compounds by combined application of UV, IR, NMR (^{1}H &^{13}C) and mass spectroscopy. 
Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Midterm Examination

Books Recommended:
Third Year (Sixth semester)
CHEM 3605 
Organic Process Industries 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge about organic process industries.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand about Sugar and starch industries, Cellulose and allied industries. 
Sugar and starch industries: Steps in industrial extraction of cane sugar and inversion of sugar. Refining of sugar. Production of sugar from sugar beet. By products of sugar industries. Management of industrial waste of sugar industries. Production of starch from corn. Production of glucose and dextrin from starch. Strach dervatives and its importance. Cellulose and allied industries: Natural sources of cellulose, its constituents and estimation. Different processes for the manufacture of paper from pulp. Production of paperboard. Viscose rayon and other modified cellulose fibre. Wood chemistry and wood chemicals.

Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to learn Fuels. 
Fuels: Solid, liquid and gaseous fuels. Coal and its constituents, different stages of coal formation, analysis and calorific value of coal and other fuels. Carbonization. Distillation of coal tar, hydrogenation of coal, manufacture of producer gas and water gas. Refining and distillation of crude oil, motor and aviation fuels. Thermal and catalytic cracking, production of motor fuels by alkylation. Cyclization and polymerization. Lubricating agents. Hydrocarbons and petroleum, their distribution in Bangladesh. Petrochemicals from liquid and gaseous hydrocarbons. Natural gas and its utilization.

Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to learn about Natural oils, fats and waxes 
Natural oils, fats and waxes: Extraction and refining of vegetable oil, analysis of fats and oils and their uses, hydrogenation of oils, cotton seed, soybean sunflower and linseed oils and their uses.

Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to learn about biotechnology related industries 
Biotechnology related industries: Enzymes and microorganism, production and application of enzyme, Microbial activity. Fermentation unit processes and unit control. Instrumentation and control. Recovery of trmentation products and waste treatment. Manufacture of industrial alcohol and absolute alcohol, principle and production of citric acid, lactic acid, butylalcohol, acetone and acetic acid.

Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Quiz test

The students will be able to understand about Surface coating industries. 
Surface coating industries: Pigment; its classification and manufacture. Paitns; its constituents, functions and manufacturing process, paint application and paint failure. Printing ink; its classification and manufacture. Varnishes lacquers and enamels and its functions; industrial polishes. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
Books Recommended:
Third Year (Sixth semester)
CHEM 3606L 
Complexometric titration and Gravimetric Analysis 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to carry out the quantitative analysis by Complexometric titration and to determine crystal field stabilization energy.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will able to synthesis different inorganic compounds. 
Inorganic Synthesis – dioxalatodiaqucochromate(III) 1.7 The preparation of ferrous oxalate, FeC_{2}O_{4} and conversion to potassium trioxalate ferrate (III) K_{2}Fe(C_{2}O_{3})_{4}. 3H_{2}O. 1 .8 Preparation of linkage isomers chloropenta(amine)cobalt (III) chloride[CoCl(NH_{3})_{5}Cl_{2}], Nitropenta(amine) cobalt (III) chloride [Co(NO_{2})(NH_{3})_{5}] C1_{2} and Nitropenta (amine) cobalt(III) chloride [Co(ONO)(NH_{3})_{5}] C1_{2} and IR investigations. 1 .9 Preparation of [K_{2}Co(NCS)_{4}], [CoHg(SCN)_{4}] and structural investigation by IR spectroscopy. 
Lectures, Demonstration

Assignment, Oral examination, Practical work.

The students will be able to determine the amount of metal ion by Complexometric titration. 
Complexometric Titration: 1. Determination of zinc by direct titration using EriochromeBlack T as indicator. 2. Determination of nickel by direct titration using murexide as indicator. 3. Determination of calcium by substitution titration using EriochromeBlack T as indicator. 4. Determination of aluminum by back titration using EriochromeBlack T as indicator. 5. Determination of total hardness of water (temporary and permanent) using EriochromeBlack T as indicator. 
Lectures, Demonstration

Assignment, Oral examination, Practical work.

The students will be able to determine the amount of any ion by quantitative analysis. 
Quantitative Analysis: 1. Determination of lead as lead chromate. 2. Determination of sulfate as barium sulfate. 3. Determination of nickel as nickel dimethylglyoximate. 4. Determination of iron as Fe_{2}O_{3}. 5. Determination of copper as Cu_{2}(CNS)_{2}. 6. Determination of zinc as Zn(NH_{4})PO_{4}. 7. Determination of magnesium as Mgoxinate. 8. Quantitative separation and estimation of iron volumetrically and zinc gravimetrically in a mixture. 9. Quantitative separation and estimation of iron volumetrically and nickel gravimetrically in a mixture. 10. Quantitative separation and estimation of copper volumetrically and nickel gravimetrically in a mixture. 11. Determination of Pb^{2+}, Zn^{2+ }and Cu^{2+} in a mixture. 12. Determination of Mg^{2+ }and Ca^{2+} in a mixture.

Lectures, Demonstration

Assignment, Oral examination, Practical work 
The students will be able to determine the crystal field stabilization energy of some crystals. 
Determination of crystal field stabilization energy: Determination of crystal field stabilization energy, Δo/10Dq of (a) Tris (ethylenediamine) chromium (III) sulfate. (b) Potassium trioxalate chromium (III) (c) Chloropentaquochromium (III) chloride (d) Potassium chromium (III) sulfate (e) Dichlorotetraquochromium (III) chloride. 
Lectures, Demonstration

Assignment, Oral examination, Practical work 
Books Recommended:
Third Year (Sixth semester)
CHEM 3607L 
Organic Preparations 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge about Organic Preparations.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand aboutpreparation of aspirin. 
Preparation of aspirin: Oacetylation (esterfication) of salicylic acid. 
Lectures, group discussion 
Assignment 
The students will be able to learn the Preparation of acetanilide. 
Preparation of acetanilide: Nacetylation of aniline. Preparation of pnitroacetanilide: Nitration (electroPhyilic aromatic substitution) of acetanilide. 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to learn the hydrolysis of aspirin. 
Alkaline hydrolysis of aspirin.
Acidic hydrolysis of pnitroacetanilide. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to understand Preparation of dibenzalacetone. 
Preparation of dibenzalacetone (condensation reaction between benzaldehyde and acetone).
Oxidation of cyclohexane to cyclohexanone.
Reduction of 3nitro acetoPhyenone with Sn/HCI. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (Seventh semester)
CHEM4701 
Quantum Chemistry and Statistical Mechanics 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge aboutQuantum Chemistry and Statistical Mechanics.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand about Classical mechanics. 
Classical mechanics: Failure of classical mechanics. Black—body radiation, heat capacities of solids, Phyotoelectric effect, the Compton effect, atomic spectra, Planck’s quantum theory, Einstein’s explanation of Phyotoelectric effect, de Broglie’s postulate, Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, wave equation 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to learn the Operators and observables. 
Time independent Schrodinger equation and stationery state: Operators and observables: Constitution of quantum mechanical operator, some important operators: Hamiltonian operator, Laplacian operator, operator algebra. Eigen functions. Eigen values, Eigen value equation. Expectation values.

Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to learn the application of quantum mechanics 
Application of quantum mechanics: Translational motion, Particle in a box. Properties of solutions and the consequences, vibrational motion, one dimensional harmonic oscillator: the formal solution, the energy levels, the wave functions, . 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to learn the structure of hydrogen and hydrogen like atom 
The structure of hydrogen and hydrogen—like atom: The formal solution of the Schrödinger equation; the separation of the R, ϴ and O equations, total wave functions of the hydrogen and hydrogen—like atoms, probability density and radial distribution function, atomic orbitals and their shapes, orthonormality of atomic orbitals, Variation principle, perturbation theory. 
Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Quiz test

The students will be able to understand Statistical mechanics. 
Statistical mechanics: Basic concepts. Macroscopic system. Distribution of molecules. Configuration, population, weight, most probable configurations, Boltzmann distribution, molecular partition function; internal energy o a system; the canonical ensemble. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (Seventh semester)
CHEM4702 
Solid State Chemistry 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the about different types of solids, Crystal structure, symmetry and defects in the crystals.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand aboutcrystal, their types and different bonding in the crystals. 
Classification of solids: Crystalline solids, amorPhyous solids, distinction between crystalline and amorPhyous solids; Molecular crystals (van der Waals crystals), covalent crystals, ionic crystals, metallic crystals; Hydrogen bonding in crystal; BornHaber cycle, lattice energy of an ideal ionic crystal. 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to learn about different types of structure of crystal; symmetry, symmetry element and symmetry group of the compounds.

Chemical Crystallograpliy: Structure of crystal; lattices and unit cell lattice planes, crystal system, bravais lattice; Close packed systems: hexagonal and cubic close packing, tetrahedral and octahedral sites iii close packed arrangements, radius ratio and coordination number; Symmetry; symmetry elements point group, space group ; PolymorPhyism, isomorPhyism, allotropy Miller indices; X—ray’ diffraction: powder method; single crystal Xray diffraction, electron and neutron diffraction; Bragg’s law. 
Lectures, handout

Quiz test 
The students will be able to explain about the structure of some selected crystals. 
The crystal structure of ionic materials: Rock Salt NaC1; Niccolite/Nickel Arsenide NiAs; Zinc Blende/SPhyalerite ZnS; Wurtzite ZnS; Cesium Chloride CsC1; Fluorite CaF_{2}; Rutile TiO_{2}; Cadmium Iodide CdI_{2}; Cadmium Chloride CdCl_{2}. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to understand the band theory of solids, doping in the semiconductors. 
Band theory of Solids: Conductors, semiconductors and insulators. 
Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Tutorial examination

The students will be able to understand different types of defects in the crystals. 
Defects and non—stoichiometry: (a) Lattice defects: inherent thermodynamic defects, Schottky and Frenkel defects, equilibrium concentration of Schottky and Frenk & defects; (b) Other imperfections: pointdefects line defects, plane defects, edge and screw dislocations, hall effect, colour center; (c) Nonstoichiometry in alkali metal halides, transition metal oxides and sulPhyides; (d) impurity; foreign impurity atoms or ions impurity in semi—conducting elements; (c) Experimental investigation of lattice defects: ionic conductivity and selfdiffusion, density. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
The students will be able to understand about the thermal and electrical conductivity of ionic solids. 
Thermal and Electrical conductivity: Thermal conductivity, electric conductivity, solid electrolytes, ionic conductivity, super conductivity. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Assignment

Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (7^{th} semester)
CHEM 4703 
Chemistry of Natural Products 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge of natural products.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to learn about general methods of isolation, purification and determination of structure of natural products by chemical and spectroscopic methods. 
Natural Products: General methods of isolation, purification and determination of structure of natural products by chemical and spectroscopic methods with reference to alkaloids, terpenes. Steroids and hormones. Primary and secondary metabolites. 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to learn about isolation, characterization of alkaloids with references. 
Alkaloids: Definition, Isolation of alkaloids from plant sources. Test of alkaloids, Characterization of alkaloids with reference to ePhyedrine, adrenaline, nicotine, atropine, quinine and papverine, Biosynthesis of alkaloids. 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will know about different terpenes and terpenoids, classification of’ terpenoids, isoprene rule, essential oils ect. They will understand the determination of structure of terpinoids by chemical, spectroscopic and synthetic methods.

Terpenoids : Terpenes and terpenoids, Classification of’ terpenoids, isoprene rule, essential oils, Detection, isolation and purification of terpenoids. Determination of structure of citral, menthol, cadenine and camPhyor by chemical. spectroscopic and synthetic methods, Biogenesis of terpenoid 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Quiz test

The students will be able to learn about nomenclature and functions of steroids and hormones. They will know about natural and synthetic hormones. 
Steroids and hormones:Introductionof steroids and hormones. Nomenclature and functions of steroids and hormones, Cholesterol and its effects in biological systems. Steroidal hormones and glycosides. Natural and synthetic hormones. 
Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Tutorial examination

The students will be able to understand the relationship between colour and constitution and naturally occurring colored compounds. They will able to learn about the Phyeromones, their stereospecificiy and actions in biological systems. 
Organic coloring materials: A relationship between colour and constitution. Anthocyanidines, flavones, xanthenes and other materials. Naturally occurring colored Compounds; chloroPhyyll & haemoglobin. Phyeromones:Phyeromones, their stereospecificiy and actions in biological system 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination

Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (Seventh semester)
CHEM 4704 
Inorganic Process Industries 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge aboutInorganic Process Industries.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand about Chemical Industries, Chlroalkali industries 
Fundamentals in the Development of Chemical Industries: General ideas about unit processes and unit operations raw materials, process design commercial energy sources, skilled manpower, catalysts, vater as the basic process fluid, heat transfer, mass transfer, separation processes, concepts of consumption, production and market evaluation. Chlroalkali industries: Raw materials, manufacture of caustic soda, soda ash, sodium chlorite 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to learn the Fertilizer industries, Cement Industries, Glass Industries. 
Fertilizer industries: Plant nutrients, classification of fertilizers natural inorganic fertilizers, nitrogen fixation, artificial fertilizers, manufacture of ammonia urea, ammonium sulfate, ammonium nitrate. Cement Industries: Portland cement, raw materials, important process parameters for manufacturing a good cement clinker, methods of manufacturing Portland cement, sequence of operations, additives for cement, properties, of cement. Glass Industries: Properties of glass, raw materials and fundamental, of glass industries, methods of manufacture choice of the furnace, chemical reactions in the furnace. . 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to learn theCeramic Industries, Acids. 
Ceramic Industries: Ceramics, properties of ceramics, basic raw materials, manufactures of ceramics, refractories, requisites of a good refractory, classification of refractories, properties of refractories, manufacture refractories, types of refractory products. Acids: Raw materials, manufacturing of hydrochloric PhyosPhyoric sulfuric acids concentration and purification of acids; industrial uses of mineral acids, safety and hazards. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to understandWater Treatment. 
Water Treatment: Water quality parameters, types of impurities present in water, effects of impurities in natural waters, methods of treatment of water for domestic and industrial purposes.

Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (Seventh semester)
CHEM 4705 
Analytical Chemistry II 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the advanced knowledge about analytical chemistry.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand about the types of thermogravity, their working principle and applications. 
Therma1 Analysis : Thermogravimetry (TG), types of TG, instrumentation, application of TG, derivative thermogravimetry (DIG), simultaneous TG and DTG, differential thermal analysis ( DTA), working principle, instrumentation, factors affecting DTA, applications, differential scanning calorimetry (DSC): principle, instrumentation and applications. 
Lectures, handout 
Assignment

The students will be able to understand details about different types of atomic spectroscopic methods, their comparison and related terms. 
Atomic Spectrometric method: Basic concepts of atomic absorption spectroscopy, comparison of AAS, AES and AFS experiments, the origins of spectral transitionsthe sodium atom, the magnesium atom, the intensities of emission and absorption spectral lines. The light source, the hollow cathode lamp, limitations of hollow cathode lamps. The monochrornators prisms diffraction grating. The detector, flameless atom cells, electrothermal atomization, the Zeeman effect system, the Smith Hiefte system. 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to know about the polarograPhyic and volumetric analysis in detail. 
PolarograPhyic and Voltametric Analysis: Current voltage relationship, mass transport processes direct current polarograPhyy (DC), diffusion current, charging current, factors affecting the diffusion current, characteristics of dropping, mercury electrode, three electrode potentiostat, polarograPhyic maxima, oxygen interference, half wave potential, alternating current and pulse polarograPhyy, principle and advantages over dc multicomponent analysis, quantitative applications. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to know about the preparations, applications, and advantages of various types of chromatograPhyic techniques as well as related topics. 
ChromatograPhyic Techniques: Overview retention behavior, efficiency, Selectivity, resolution chromatograPhyic theory, measured chromatograPhyic parameters evaluation methods, classification of chromatograPhyy. (i) Liquid ChromatograPhyy: Types of liquid ChromatograPhyy; (a) Thin layer ChromatograPhyy: Theories and mechanism of PC and TLC nature of stationery Phyases general properties required of a mobile Phyases, development of the chromatograms, location of spots, superiority of TLC, analytical applications. (b) Column ChromatograPhyy: Column selectivity, efficiency, capacity factor etc. (i) ionExchange ChromatograPhyy: Ionexchange resin, types of resins and their structure and properties, factors affecting tile ionchangeequilibria, eluting solvents, effect of Phy, effect of complexing agents, and application of ionexchange chromatograPhyy, (ii) Gel ChromatograPhyy: Mechanism of gel chromatograPhyy, advantages of gel chromatograPhyy, technique of gel chromatograPhyy, applications of gel chromatograPhyy. (iii) Highperformance Liquid chromatograPhyy: The HPLC system, particle size and support material, filtration and degassing, HPLC columns, solvent requirements, solvent pumping systems, injection systems, HPLC detectors, applications. (ii) Gas chromatograPhyy: Principles, GC columns, selection of materials and column design, stationary Phyases, carrier gas, sample injection system, general properties of detectors, detector types, scope of gas chromatograPhyy. 
Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Quiz test

The students will be able to know the principal, instrumental aspects, interpretation of mass spectraof the analytical mass spectrometry. 
Analytical Mass Spectrometry: The general principles and basic instrumental aspects of mass spectrometry, interpretation of mass spectra, analyticalchemical aspects of mass spectrometry.

Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
The students will be able to know about statistical treatment of data in detail. 
Statistical Treatment of Data: Population and sample mean, standard deviation, relative standard deviation, coefficient of variation, variance, confidence, regression lines, least square method.

Lectures, group discussion 
Tutorial examination 
Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (seventh semester)
CHEM 4706L 
Spectroscopic Analysis 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the spectroscopic methods to quantitative analysis and structure determination of organic and inorganic compounds.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to know the applications of spectroscopic methods to determine the structure and quantitative analysis of organic and inorganic compounds. 
1. Application of UV, and NMR spectroscopy in (i) quantitative analysis (ii) structure elucidation of inorganic and organic compounds.

Lectures, Demonstration

Assignment, Oral Examination

Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (seventh semester)
CHEM4707L 
ChromatograPhyic Techniques 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the chromatograPhyic methods for the separation of individual compound from a mixture of compounds.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to know how to separate a single compound from a mixture of compounds with the help of chromatograPhyic techniques. 
1. Column chromatograPhyy 2. Partition chromatograPhyy 3. Gas chromatograPhyy 4. HPLC

Lectures, Demonstration

Assignment, Oral Examination

Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (8^{th} Semester)
CHEM4801 
Surface Chemistry, Colloid Science and Phyase Equilibria 
2.0 CH 
50 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the about Phyase equilibria, surface and colloid chemistry and their application.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand about the adsorption of liquids and gases on solid as well as different adsorption isotherms. 
Surface Chemistry: Solid surfaces and their characterization, Adsorption on solid surfaces, Techniques for measurement of adsorption on solids from the gas Phyase and solutions, Adsorption isotherms: Langmuir, Freundlich and BET isotherms, Enthalpy of adsorption, Role of adsorption heterogeneous catalysis. 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to determine surface excess concentrations, cross sectional area of surface active compounds.

Adsorption on the surface of liquid: Gibb’s adsorption equation. Determination of surface excess concentrations, Electrocapillary Phyenomenon, Surface films, Surface pressure. Determination of the cross sectional area of surface active molecules by surface tension measurements. Langmuir trough, Langmuir films, Langmuir—Blodgett films, their preparation & characterization. Nanofabrication with selfassembled monolayers. 
Lectures, handout

Quiz test 
The students will be able to learn details about colloidal systems. They will also able to apply their knowledge of colloidal system in different applied fields. 
The colloidal state of matter: Classification, preparations and Phyysical properties of colloids. Structure and stability of colloids, The electrical double layer, Zeta potential, Flocculation and coagulation, Electrokinetic Phyenomena, Colloidal electrolytes and their uses, Micelles, liposomes and biological membranes. Emulsions: preparation, properties, stability and uses of emulsions. Micro—emulsions. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to understand details of Phyase rule and Phyase diagram of one and two component systems. 
Phyase equilibria:Phyase rule and its application in one component system like water sulPhyur, DuhemmMargules equation, Completely and partially miscible liquid pairs, Solidliquid systems comprising two components, Efflorescence Sand deliquescence, Vapour pressure of saturated solutions, Solidsolid binary systems with reference to alloys, Cooling curves, systems without compound formation, congruent and incongruent melting points, Introductory ideas about ternary systems and triangular Phyase diagram. 
Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Tutorial examination

The students will be able to get basic knowledge about glycoprotein, proteoglycan and glycolipid. 
Glycoconjugates: A brief introduction of glycoprotein, proteoglycan and glycolipid. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (8^{th} Semester)
CHEM 4802 
Advanced Concepts of Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonding 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the advanced concept of atomic structure and chemical bonding through different principles.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 

The students will be able to understand about modern concept of atomic structure, application of Schrödinger’s wave equation, shielding effect and dependence of different Phyysical and chemical properties on electronic configuration. 
Atomic Structure: Modern concepts of the structure of atoms, wave nature of electron, de Broglie’s theory of matter, standing waves and quantization, Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, significance of the uncertainly principle, Schrödinger’s wave equation and its application to hydrogen atom, solutions of Schrödinger wave equation, quantum numbers and their properties, angular wave functions and shapes of the orbitals, radial wave function, probability distribution, nodal surfaceangular nodes and radial nodes, Aufbau’s principle, Pauli’ s exclusion principle, Hund’s rule, classification of elements, periodic propertiessize of atoms or ions, ionization energy, electron affinity and electronegativity, shielding effect and effective nuclear charge, Slater’s rule for calculating shielding effect and effective nuclear charge, factors effecting the magnitude of shielding effect and effective nuclear charge, applications of Slater’s rules and concept of effective nuclear charge. 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment


The students will be able to understand and explain about different types of chemical bonds, different factors influencing the ionic bond, crystal structure and lattice energy as well as their application.

Chemica1 Bonds:Chemical bond, types of chemical bonds. (i) Ionic Bond : Ionic bond, characteristics of ionic bonds and ionic compounds, factors favoring the formation of ionic bond, close packing, Close—packed structures, interstitial sites, radius ratio, coordination number and radius ration ratio value, structure of NaC1, lattice energy of ionic crystals, theoretical calculation of lattice energy of NaC1 crystal, Madelung constant, experimental determination of lattice energy of NaC1 crystals, factors affecting the magnitude of lattice energy of ionicsolids, applications of lattice energy calculation. 
Lectures, handout

Quiz test 

The students will be able to learn covalent bond, hybridization, VSEPR theory and VBT & MOT approaches to covalent bonding to homonuclear and heteronuclear diatomic molecules. 
Covalent Bond:Covalent bond, types of covalent bond, factors favoring the formation of covalent bond, characteristics of covalent bonds and covalent compounds, dipole moment, dipole moment and percentage ionic character, factors affecting the magnitude of dipole moment, bond length, bond order, bond energy, Lewis dot structure. Limitations of Lewis dot structure, resonance, valence shell electron pair repulsion (VSEPR) theory and its limitations, valence bond theory, hybridization, mathematical formation of hybrid orbitals, limitations of valence bond method, molecular orbital theory, the LCAO method, molecular orbital diagram, HOMO and LUMO, MO descriptions of homonuclear diatoms of He_{2 }toF_{2} Mixing of MSOs and the correlation diagrams, MO descriptions of heteronuclear diatoms, HF and CO, and polyatoms, H_{2}O, BeH_{2}, BH_{3} NH_{3}, and CH_{4}, Walsh diagram, MO descriptions involving π bonding electrons in C_{6}H_{6}, comparison kind contrast between VBT and MOT, frontier orbital concept and its applications. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 

The students will be able to understand different theories of metallic bonds, conductivity characteristic of different solids. 
Bonding in Metals:Metallic bond, factors favoring the formation of metallic bond, theories of metallic bondelectron sea theory, valence bond theory, molecular orbital theory characteristics of metals, conductors, semiconductors and insulators. 
Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Tutorial examination


The students will be able to understand the type of hydrogen bonding and their effect on Phyysical and chemical properties. 
Hydrogen Bond: Hydrogen bond, types of hydrogen bond, theories of hydrogen bond electrostatic approach, valence bond approach, molecular orbital approach, properties of hydrogen bond, and hydrogen bonded compounds. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 

Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (8^{th} Semester)
CHEM 4803 
Organic Reaction Mechanism II 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the advance knowledge about Organic reaction mechanism.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to know about the molecular orbital theory in detail. They also will be able to know the advantages of molecular orbital theory over valence bond theory. 
Molecular Orbital Theory:Phyase of an orbital and its role in bonding and antibonding. Huckel Molecular Orbital Theory, LCAO’S – theory and M.O’s theory their shapes and energy states. Illustration with 1.3 butadiene, allyl system and 1.3,5hexatriene.

Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to know about orbital symmetry and some special reactions in detail. 
Orbital Symmetry and Chemical Reactions: Woodward and Hofmann rules and their applications in thermal and Phyotochemical reactions, electrocyclic reactions, cycloaddition reactions and sigmatropic rearrangements. 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to know about rate law and the factors effect on rate law. They also will be able to know about kinetically and thermodynamically controlled products. 
Kinetics and Energetics in Reaction Mechanism: Mechanistic implication of ratelaw, energy of activation and entropy of activation in chemical reactions; Kinetic control and thermodynamic control over product formation; salt effects. Primary and secondary kinetic isotope effects.

Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to know about different types of catalysts. 
Catalysis: ElcctroPhyilic and micleoPhyilic catalysts. Catalysts of nonionic reactions. “Phyysical Catalysts”, Acidbase catalysts, Intramolecular catalysts.

Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Quiz test

The students will be able to know about addition, substitution, and elimination reactions in detail.

Special Addittion, Elimination and Substitution Reactions: Addition: 1,3Dipolar addition and, 1,4addition reactions. Elimination: Ionic elimination, thermal and syn—elimination (Chugaev and related reactions). Detailed treatment of Saytzeff and Hofmann rule of elimination reaction leading to product formations. Substitution : Orbital picture of SN^{1} and SN^{2} reactions; combination of 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
The students will be able to know about rearrangement reactions. 
Molecular Rearrangements: Basecatalysed rearrangements; Rearrangements involving migration to electrondeficient nitrogen and oxygen atoms; aromatic rearrangement passing through “No mechanism pathways”; Claisen Cope and related rearrangements. 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to know about reactions which are occurred in presence of light and some related topics. 
Phyotochemistry: Excited states (Generation of singlet arid triplet states), energy transfer; Phyotosensitizer; quantum yield, Phyotochemical synthesis and degradation, Phyotochemical cycloaddition; Phyotopolymerisation, flash Phyotolysis. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Quiz test

The students will be able to know about the conformational effect on stability and reactivity of organic compounds and some interconnected topics. 
Conforiuational Analysis and its Effect on Reactivity: Conformational Effect on stability and reactivity. Curtius1lammet principle. Transannular ellects. The concept of I—Strain.

Lectures, PowerPoint 
Assignment 
Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (8^{th} Semester)
CHEM 4804 
Polymer Chemistry 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand the basic knowledge about polymer chemistry.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
The students will be able to understand about Polymer Structure. 
Polymer Structure: Definition of polymer, difference between, polymers and micromolecule. Classification of polymers; degree of polymerization, nomencalture and tacticity; basic structure of polymers (Linear and branched polymers; moderately cross linked polymer); molecular forces and Chemical bonding in polymers. 
Lectures, group discussion

Assignment

The students will be able to learn the Molecular weightarid size of polymers . 
Molecular weightarid size of polymers : Number avrage, molecular weight average, Zaverage and viscosity, average molecular weight; distribution of molecular weight; determination of molecular weight by end group analysis, osmotic pi4ssure measurement, light sea scattering, viscosity measurement and ultraultracentrifugation. Polymer solutions: Criteria for polymer solubility; size and shapes of polymers in solution; thermodynamics of polymer solution; FloryHuggins theory, fractionation of polymers by solubility. 
Lectures, handout

Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to learn Polymerization 
Polymerization: Types of polymerization; (a) stepreaction (condensationa) pol merization: mechanism and kinetics of stepwise polymerization, statistics and molecular weight control; (b) Radical chain (addition) polyrnerization; mechanisminitiation, propagation, termination, kinetics and thermodynamics of radical polymerization, degree of polymerization and chain transfer, ceiling temperature; (c) Ionic polymerization:Similarities and contrasts in ionic polymerization, mechanism and kinetics of cationic and anionic polymerization, living polymers. 
Lectures, PowerPoint 
Tutorial examination 
The students will be able to learn Preparation with mechanism, properties and uses 
Preparation with mechanism, properties and uses:Phyenolformaldehyde resins, melamine formaldehyde resins, urea formaldehyde resins, epoxy resins, polyester polyamide, polyethylene, PVC, polystyrene. 
Lectures, Handout and PowerPoint

Quiz test

The students will be able to understand Rheology and mechanical properties of polymers. 
Rheology and mechanical properties of polymers: Flow behaviour of polymers: Newtonian and nonNewtonjaii flow; Elasticity, viscoelasticity viscoelaslic properties of polymers; The glass transition temperature (Tg); Mechanical properties. of crystallinc polymers: crystallinity, the crystalline melting point etc. 
Lectures, group discussion and PowerPoint 
Midterm Examination 
Books Recommended:
Fourth Year (8^{th} Semester)
Chem4805 
Environmental Chemistry 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: The course is designed to build up students for their career in the field of environmental chemistry.
Objectives: The object of the course is to acquaint the students with some knowledge in environmental chemistry.
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
After completion of the course, students will be able to: understand the sources of air pollution, it’s consequences and control 
Chemistry of the Air Environment: Composition of the atmosPhyere, Types of the pollutants and their sources, Environmental effects of the oxides of carbon nitrogen, sulPhyur, hydrocarbons and ozone; Metallic particulates in the atmosPhyere; The automobiles as polluter; Acid Rain, Environmental radioactivity. 
Lectures, hand notes, Tutorial examination, Assignment 
Assignments, Tutorial examination, Quiz test 
understand the sources of green house effect, it’s consequences and control. 
Green house Effect (Global Warming): Sources and sinks, Green House Potential of different gases, Sea level rise and other adverse impacts on environment, Global and Bangladesh perspective, Remedial measures to be taken for offsetting the green house effect. 
Lectures, hand notes, Tutorial examination, Assignment 
Assignments, Tutorial examination, Assignment 
understand sources of ozone layer depletion it’s consequences and control 
Ozone Layer Depletion:CFCs and their role, Chemical formulae of CFCs from numbers. Chemistry of ozone depletion in stratosPhyere, ODP, Implications of ozone depiction, Remedial measures, Montreal Treaty and other International treaties for protecting the ozone layer. 
Lectures, hand notes, Tutorial examination, Assignment 
Assignments, Tutorial examination, Assignment Quiz test 
understand sources of water pollution it’s consequences and control 
Chemistry of the Water Environment:Sources of water pollution, Classes of polluted water, Standard for drinking water. Measuring DO, BOD, COD and DCC. Mobilization of Arsenic in ground water, Arsenic and human health, Bangladesh scenario. Oceanic dumping, Effects of pollution on the oceans. Sewerage and its effects, Sewerage treatment. 
Lectures, hand notes, Tutorial examination, Assignment 
Assignments, Tutorial examination, Quiz test 
understand harmful effects of pesticides and it’s control 
Pesticides:Kinds of pesticides, Classifications. Toxicity, MLD, LD5() and PT. Behavior of pesticides in soil, Organ chlorine compounds. OrganoPhyosPhyates and Carhamates, Effects of the pesticides on environment; Hazards to human life. Integrated Pest Management (1PM), Environment Friendly Insecticides and Pesticides. 
Lectures, hand notes, examination, Assignment 
Assignments, Tutorial examination, 
understand bad effects due to misuse of agrochemicals and it’s control 
Environmental pollution in agriculture: Agro—Chemicals uses and misuses, Bangladesh perspective, Need for the development and use of comprehensive slowrelease chemical fertilizers, Micronutrients in soil. 
Lectures, hand notes, examination, Assignment 
Assignments, Tutorial examination, Quiz test 
know or learn biogeochemical parameters of different soil zones of Bangladesh,it’s consequence and control 
Biogeochemical Cycles: Carbon Transport in the major world rivers with particular reference to Bangladesh, SulPhyur and Nitrogen Cycles, Biogeochemical parameters of different soil zones of Bangladesh. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Assignments, Tutorial examination, Quiz test 
Understand general principles of waste treatment and utilization of solid waste 
Waste Treatment: General understanding of wastes in Society; Wastes in various industries: Carriers of wastes — Solid, water and other liquids and Gas. General principles of waste treatment; Treatment in dye, Tanning and other industries relevant to Bangladesh. Solid wastes: Municipal and industrial; Waste utilization, Recycling Strategy: Principle land practice; Economics of recycling 
Lectures, hand notes 
Assignments, Tutorial examination, Quiz test 
learn the principles of green chemistry in solving problems so as to attain sustainable development. 
Green Chemistry: Definition, Twelve principles of Green (Chemistry, Green Chemistry for solving the problems for sustainable development, few examples of green reaction. 
Lectures, hand notes 
Assignments, Tutorial examination, Quiz test 
Books Recomended:
Fourth Year (8^{th} Semester)
CHEM 4806 
Project works 
3.0 CH 
100 Marks 
Rational: This course will help students to understand depth practical knowledge on chemistry.
Objectives:
Learning Outcomes 
Course Contents 
Teaching Strategy 
Assessment Strategy of ILOs 
Students pursuing the course will gain practical knowledge on chemistry and will be familiar on how to write scientific articles. 
According to teachers running projects and available laboratory facilities 
Laboratory works, Lectures, group discussion

Paper writing, Assignment, Power point presentation

Books Recommended: Books will be selected on the basis of working course contents.