CSIR NET - ACHIEVER - Physical Sciences (December 17)


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          The Curriculum Section of this Course covers the following Content :

  • 25 Units of Theory [PART A, B & C (10+15 respectively)]
  • 25 Topic wise Unit Solved Papers (USPs) [PART A, B & C (10+15 respectively)]
  • 8 Volume Solved Papers (VSPs) [PART A, B & C (3+5 respectively)]
  • 5 Model Solved Papers (MSPs) [PART A, B & C]
  • 3 Previous Year Solved Papers (DEC 2015, JUNE 2016, DEC 2016) (PSPs) [PART A, B & C]

Module: CSIR - NET THEORETICAL COURSE with Part A (Physical Sciences)

  • Subject: Physical Sciences
    • Section 1: General Aptitude - Part A
    • Section 2: Part B and C

        Lecture 1: Dimensional Analysis

        Lecture 2: Normal Distribution

        Lecture 3: Continuous Distribution

        Lecture 4: Poisson Distribution

        Lecture 5: Binomial Probability Distribution

        Lecture 6: Random Variable

        Lecture 7: Elementary Probability Theory

        Lecture 8: Series of a Complex Terms

        Lecture 9: Complex Analysis

        Lecture 10: Laplace Transforms

        Lecture 11: Fourier Transforms

        Lecture 12: Fourier Series

        Lecture 13: Special Functions

        Lecture 14: Linear Differential Equations

        Lecture 15: Linear Algebra

        Lecture 16: Vector Calculus

        Lecture 17: Vector Algebra

        Lecture 18: Continuous Random Variables


        Lecture 1: Green Function (Influence Function)

        Lecture 2: Partial Differential Equations

        Lecture 3: Numerical Methods

        Lecture 4: Tensor

        Lecture 5: Introductory Group Theory


        Lecture 1: Basic Principles of Classical Mechanics

        Lecture 2: Lagrange’s Equations of Motion From Hamilton’s Principle

        Lecture 3: Variational Technique, Euler’s Lagrange Differential Equation

        Lecture 4: Hamilton’s Canonical Equations Of Motion

        Lecture 5: Conservation Laws And Cyclic Coordinates

        Lecture 6: Periodic Motion

        Lecture 7: Special Theory Of Relativity

        Lecture 8: Relativistic Kinematics and Mass - Energy Equivalence

        Lecture 9: Canonical Transformation

        Lecture 10: Generalised Coordinates

        Lecture 11: Degree Of Freedom

        Lecture 12: Constraints

        Lecture 13: Stability Analysis of a System

        Lecture 14: Central Force Motion

        Lecture 15: Scattering : Laboratory And Centre Of Mass Systems

        Lecture 16: Rigid Body Motion

        Lecture 17: Momenta Of Inertia Tensor

        Lecture 18: Non-Inertial Frame Of Reference And Pseudo Force

        Lecture 19: Lagrangian And Hamiltonian Formalisms

        Lecture 20: Hamilton’s Variational Principle

        Lecture 21: Poisson’s Brackets


        Lecture 1: Electrostatics

        Lecture 2: Magnetostatics


        Lecture 1: Reflection and Refraction of Electromagnetic Waves

        Lecture 2: Radiation Produced by an Oscillating Electric Dipole

        Lecture 3: Radiation from Moving Charges

        Lecture 4: Wave Guides

        Lecture 5: Transmission Lines

        Lecture 6: Lorentz Invariance of Maxwell’s Equations

        Lecture 7: Dispersion Relations in Plasms

        Lecture 8: Dynamics of Charged Particles in Static and Uniform EM Field

        Lecture 9: Interference & Coherence

        Lecture 10: Polarization

        Lecture 11: Retarded Potential

      • Unit 6: QUANTUM MECHANICS - I

        Lecture 1: Quantum Mechanics

        Lecture 2: The Hydrogen Atom

        Lecture 3: Addition of Angular Momentum

        Lecture 4: Spin

        Lecture 5: Orbital Angular Momentum

        Lecture 6: Motion in a Central Potential

        Lecture 7: Tunneling Through a Barrier

        Lecture 8: Eigen-Value Problems

        Lecture 9: Schrodinger Equation

        Lecture 10: Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle

        Lecture 11: Commutators

        Lecture 12: Wave-Particle Duality

        Lecture 13: Stern-Gerlach Experiment

      • Unit 7: QUANTUM MECHANICS - II

        Lecture 1: Time-Independent Perturbation Theory and Applications

        Lecture 2: Semi-Classical Theory of Radiation

        Lecture 3: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics

        Lecture 4: Partial Wave Analysis

        Lecture 5: Born Approximation

        Lecture 6: Elementary Theory of Scattering

        Lecture 7: Spin-Orbit Coupling

        Lecture 8: Spin-Statistics Theorem

        Lecture 9: Pauli Exclusion Principle

        Lecture 10: Identical Particles

        Lecture 11: Variational Method

        Lecture 12: Selection Rules


        Lecture 1: Law of Thermodynamics and Their Consequences

        Lecture 2: Ideal Bose Gas

        Lecture 3: Ideal Fermi Gas

        Lecture 4: Principle of Detailed Balance

        Lecture 5: Black-Body Radiation and The Planck Radiation Law

        Lecture 6: Phase Transitions and Magnetic Properties of Matter

        Lecture 7: Theories of Paramagnetism, Diamagnetism and Ferromagnetism

        Lecture 8: The Ising Model

        Lecture 9: Bose-Einstein Condensation and Process

        Lecture 10: Bose-Einstein Condensation and Liquid Helium

        Lecture 11: Diffusion Equation and Brownian Motion

        Lecture 12: Classical and Quantum Statistics

        Lecture 13: Grand Canonical Ensemble and its Connection with Thermodynamic Quantities

        Lecture 14: Canonical Ensemble and Thermodynamic Relations

        Lecture 15: Thermodynamic Potentials

        Lecture 16: The Maxwell Relations

        Lecture 17: Chemical Potential

        Lecture 18: Phase Equilibria

        Lecture 19: Phase-Space

        Lecture 20: Micro and Macro States

        Lecture 21: Microcanonical, Canonical and Grand-Canonical Ensembles

        Lecture 22: Partition Function

        Lecture 23: Partition Function and Thermodynamical Quantities

        Lecture 24: Microcanonical Ensemble and Relation with Thermodynamic Quantities

        Lecture 25: Transport Phenomena


        Lecture 1: Semiconductor Devices

        Lecture 2: Metal-Oxide Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistor

        Lecture 3: Device Structure and Characteristics

        Lecture 4: Photo-Electronic Devices

        Lecture 5: Operational Amplifier

        Lecture 6: Digital Techniques and Applications

        Lecture 7: Analog to Digital Converter and Digital to Analog Converter

        Lecture 8: Microprocessor and Microcontroller Basics


        Lecture 1: Data Interpretation and Analysis

        Lecture 2: Single Conditioning

        Lecture 3: The Differential Amplifier

        Lecture 4: Instrumentation Amplifier

        Lecture 5: Feedback Amplifiers

        Lecture 6: Noise Reduction

        Lecture 7: Filtering or Removal Of Noise

        Lecture 8: Shielding and Grounding

        Lecture 9: Grounding Systems

        Lecture 10: Fourier Transform

        Lecture 11: Non-Periodic Signals and Fourier Transforms

        Lecture 12: Lock-In-Detector

        Lecture 13: Box-Car Integrator

        Lecture 14: Particle Detectors

        Lecture 15: Measurement of Temperature

        Lecture 16: Error Analysis

        Lecture 17: Linear and Non-Linear Curve Fitting

        Lecture 18: Least Squares Fitting

        Lecture 19: Chi-Square Test

        Lecture 20: Transducers

        Lecture 21: Vacuum Systems

        Lecture 22: Pumping Speed

        Lecture 23: Mechanical Pump

        Lecture 24: Diffusion Pump

        Lecture 25: Measurement of Strain

        Lecture 26: Measurement of Displacement

        Lecture 27: Measurement of Magnetic Flux (Ballistic Method)

        Lecture 28: Modulation Techniques

      • Unit 11: ATOMIC and MOLECULAR PHYSICS - I

        Lecture 1: Quantum States of an Electron in an Atom

        Lecture 2: J - J Coupling

        Lecture 3: L - S Coupling

        Lecture 4: Zeeman Effect

        Lecture 5: Paschen - Back Effect

        Lecture 6: Stark Effect

        Lecture 7: Electron Spin Resonance (ESR)

        Lecture 8: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)

        Lecture 9: Frank Codon Principle

        Lecture 10: The Born - Oppenheimer Approximation

        Lecture 11: Spectroscopic Terms and Their Notations

        Lecture 12: Terminology

        Lecture 13: Electron Spin

        Lecture 14: Stern - Gerlach Experiment

        Lecture 15: Hydrogen Spectrum

        Lecture 16: Spectrum of Helium

        Lecture 17: Spectrum of Alkali Atoms

        Lecture 18: Relativistic Correction for Energy Levels of Hydrogen

        Lecture 19: Hyperfine Structure

        Lecture 20: Isotopic Shift

        Lecture 21: Width of Spectral Lines

        Lecture 22: Chemical Shift

      • Unit 12: ATOMIC and MOLECULAR PHYSICS - II

        Lecture 1: Molecular Spectra

        Lecture 2: Helium - Neon Laser

        Lecture 3: Ruby Laser

        Lecture 4: Population Inversion and Optical Pumping in Laser Process

        Lecture 5: Einstein Coefficients

        Lecture 6: Stimulated Emission of Radiation

        Lecture 7: Spontaneous Emission of Radiation

        Lecture 8: Simulated Absorption of Radiation

        Lecture 9: Raman Spectra

        Lecture 10: Determination of Coherence Length


        Lecture 1: Crystal Structure and Specific Heat of Solids

        Lecture 2: Electronic Specific Heat

        Lecture 3: Relaxation

        Lecture 4: Drude Model Of Electrical and Thermal Conductivity

        Lecture 5: Hall Effect

        Lecture 6: Thermo - Electric Effects

        Lecture 7: Band Theory of Solids

        Lecture 8: Band Theory of Insulators and Semiconductors

        Lecture 9: Semiconductors

        Lecture 10: London’s Equations

        Lecture 11: The BCS Theory

        Lecture 12: Josephson Effects

        Lecture 13: Applications of Superconductors

        Lecture 14: Superfluidity

        Lecture 15: Defects and Dislocations

        Lecture 16: Kinds of Liquid Crystalline Order

        Lecture 17: Conducting Polymers

        Lecture 18: Pauli Spin Paramagnetism

        Lecture 19: Free Electron Theory of Metals

        Lecture 20: The Debye’s Theory

        Lecture 21: Bravais Lattices

        Lecture 22: Lattices in Cubic System

        Lecture 23: The Reciprocal Lattice

        Lecture 24: X-ray Diffraction

        Lecture 25: Crystal Structure Determination Techniques

        Lecture 26: The Atomic Scattering Factor

        Lecture 27: The Geometrical Structure Factor

        Lecture 28: Bonding in Crystals

        Lecture 29: Elastic Energy Density in Cubic Crystals

        Lecture 30: Lattice Vibrations

        Lecture 31: The Linear Diatomic Lattice

        Lecture 32: Phonons

        Lecture 33: Lattice Specific Heat

        Lecture 34: Classical Theory of Heat Capacity

        Lecture 35: Dulong and Petit’s Law

        Lecture 36: The Einstein Theory

        Lecture 37: Quasicrystals


        Lecture : Nuclear and Particle Physics


        Lecture 1: Nuclear Reactions and Reaction Mechanisms

        Lecture 2: C, P and T Invariance

        Lecture 3: Strangeness, Gell-Mann Nishijima Formula

        Lecture 4: Parity

        Lecture 5: Isospin

        Lecture 6: Quarks

        Lecture 7: Classification of Elementary Particles

        Lecture 8: Classification of Fundamental Forces

        Lecture 9: Direct Reactions

        Lecture 10: Compound Nucleus

        Lecture 11: Relativistic Kinematics

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