Syllabus Basic Science (BSC) - (311305) Learning Scheme Credits Paper Duration Actual Contact Hrs./Week SLH NLH CL TL LL 4 - 4 2 10 5 1.5 Assessment Scheme Theory Based on LL & TSL Based on SL Total Marks Practical FA-TH SA-TH Total FA - PR SA - PR SLA Max Max Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min 30 70 100 40 50 20 50 20 50 20 250 Unit Theory Learning Outcomes (TLO’s) aligned to CO’s Learning content mapped with Theory Learning Outcomes (TLO’s) and CO’s Unit - I Units and Measurements [Hours 07 Marks 09] 1.1 Explain physical quantities and its types with examples. 1.2 Differentiate between scalar and vector quantities with examples. 1.3 Apply dimensional analysis to check correctness of equation and conversion of units in different systems. 1.4 Estimate the errors in the measurement for the give problem. 1.5 Explain the working of ancient astronomical instruments to measure distance, time and hour angle 1.6 Explain the procedure of measuring the dimension of a given object by using vernier calipers and screw gauge . 1.1 Unit, physical quantities: fundamental and derived quantities and their units Systems of units: CGS, MKS and SI . 1.2 Scalar and Vector Physical Quantities. 1.3 Dimensions, dimensional formula, Applications of dimensional analysis; correctness of physical equations, conversion factor for interconversion of units in different systems of units. 1.4 Errors, types of errors: instrumental, systematic and random error, estimation of errors: absolute, relative and percentage error, significant figures. 1.5 Ancient astronomical instruments : Chakra, Dhanuryatra, Yasti and Phalaka yantra. 1.6 Applications of Vernier calipers, Screw gauge. (Chapter - 1) Unit - II Electricity, Magnetism and Semiconductors [Hours 13 Marks 14] 2.1 Explain electric field, potential and potential difference. 2.2 Explain magnetic intensity and flux with their units. 2.3 Apply laws of series and parallel combination to the given electrical circuits. Explain the heating effect of electric current. 2.4 Distinguish between conductors, semiconductors and insulators on the basis of energy bands. 2.5 Explain the I-V characteristics and applications of p-n junction diode. 2.1 Concept of charge, Coulomb's inverse square law, Electric field, Electric field intensity, potential and potential difference. 2.2 Magnetic field and magnetic field intensity and its units, magnetic lines of force, magnetic flux. 2.3 Electric current, Ohm's law, specific resistance, laws of series and parallel combination of resistance, conversion of galvanometer into ammeter and voltmeter, Heating effect of electric current. 2.4 Conductors, Insulators and Semiconductors, Energy bands, intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors, minority and majority charge carriers. 2.5 p-n junction diode, Depletion layer I-V characteristics of p-n junction, static and dynamic resistance, applications of p-n junction diode, : Half wave rectifier. (Chapter - 2) Unit - III Thermometry and Fiber Optics [Hours 10 Marks 12] 3.1 Convert temperature in different temperature scales. 3.2 Compare different modes of heat transfer with examples. 3.3 Inter - relate the characteristics of the three gas laws. 3.4 Inter-relate the characteristics of the three gas laws. 3.5 Explain total internal reflection in optical fiber. 3.6 Differentiate between types optical fiber with applications. 3.1 Heat, temperature, temperature scale : Degree Celsius, degree Kelvin, degree Fahrenheit. 3.2 Modes of heat transfer : Conduction , Convection and Radiation, Applications in daily life. 3.3 Boyle’s law, Charle’s law, Gay Lussac’s law, perfect gas statements equations and simple numerical. 3.4 Law of thermal conductivity, Newton's law of cooling. 3.5 Law of refraction, total internal reflection. 3.6 Optical fiber : Principle, construction and working Types of Optical fibers; Single mode step index, Multimode step index, Multimode graded index Applications of optical fibers. (Chapter - 3)