B.Sc. Non Medical (Physics)

(Three-year degree course)


 The department is among the first few departments since the inception of the College. The physics department is working under the Faculty of Sciences.

Physics is the study of all matter and energy. It is the most fundamental and oldest of the sciences that employs rigorous logic, mathematics, experimentation, sound critical reasoning and thinking. Physicists are always engaged and determined to find and solve interesting and unsolved theories related with physical phenomena for the benefit of the human kind. In Physics, at our college our mission is to educate students on both the theory and practicals in the innovative technologies. Various program imparts in-depth knowledge about the fundamentals of physics while familiarizing students with modern concepts. Because of the rapid growth of technology, there is always room for advancement in the discipline of physics. Students can work as researchers, Data Analyst, professors, technicians, lab assistants, and physicists,among other positions

Scope after doing BSc. Non Medical (Physics)

A B.Sc. Non Medical in Physics degree prepares candidates for a wide range of career options. After completing the course, you may pursue job options such as research analyst, teacher and lab  assistant. If you pursue further academic engagement through courses like M.Sc. (Master of Science), M.Sc. PhD dual degree or a PhD, you can pursue job roles like lecturer or scientist.

List of various exam options after BSc. Non Medical (Physics) for higher studies
  1. JAM (Joint Admission Test for Masters) for IITs
  2. DUET (Delhi University Entrance Exam) for Delhi University
  3. NEST (National Entrance Screening Test) for NISER

(National Institute for Science Education and Research)

  1. JNUEE (Jawaharlal Nehru University Entrance Examination) for JNU
  2. IPUCET (Indraprastha University Common Entrance Test) for IPU
  3. BITSAT (Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test) for BITS
  4. IAT (IISER AptitudeTest) forIISER
Various privates jobs options after BSc. Non Medical (Physics)
  • Lab Technician
  • Consulting Physicist
  • Subject matter expert
  • Statistical Investigator
  • Technical Assistant
  • Accelerator Operator
Various government jobs options after BSc. Non Medical (Physics)
  • Radiation Oncologist
  • Senior Physicist
  • Researcher
  • Can apply for Civil services exam
  • Can apply for SSB Exam
  • Can apply for SSC Exam
Course names- B.Sc. Non Medical Subject -(Physics)


Paper code

Name of subject

Topics covered



Mechanics of single and system of particles, Generalised coordinates, displacement, velocity, acceleration, momentum, force and potential.

Rotation of Rigid body, moment of

inertia, torque, angular momentum etc.


Electricity and Magnetism

Scalars and Vectors, dot and cross product, Triple vector product, Scalar and Vector fields magnetic Induction, magetic flux, solenoidal nature of Vector field of induction. Maxwell

equation and their derivations.



Moment of Inertia of a fly-wheel

M.I. of an irregular body using a torsion pendulum.

Modulus of rigidity by Maxwell’s needle.

Elastic constants by Searle’s method.

B.Sc. Non Medical (Physics) II Semester

Paper code

Name of subject

Topics covered


Properties of Matters, Kinetic

Theory and Relativity

Elasticity, Hooke’s law, Elastic constants and their relations, Assumptions of Kinetic Theory of gases, Law of equi partition of energy and its applications for specific heats of gases Reference systems, inertial frames, Gallilean invariance and

Conservation laws etc.


Electro-magnetic Induction and

Electronic Devices

Growth and decay of current in a circuit with (a) Capacitance and resistance

(b) resistance and inductance

Energy bands in solids. Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductor, Hall effect, P-N junction diode.

Transistor biasing, methods of

Transistor biasing and stabilization. D.C. load




Calibration of thermocouple by


Inductance (L) by Anderson Bridge

Verification of Inverse square law by photo-cell. To study the characteristics

of a solar cell.

B.Sc. Non Medical (Physics) III Semester

Paper code

Name of subject

Topics Covered


Computer Programming and Thermodynamics

Computer organisation, Binary representation, Algorithm development,

Second law of

thermodynamics, Carnot theorem, Absolute scale of temperature

Derivation of Clausius – Claperyron latent heat equation, Phase diagram etc.



Speed of transverse waves on a uniform

string. Matrix methods in paraxial optics,

effects of translation and Refraction

Interference by Division

of Wavefront etc.



Determination of wave length of Na light and

the number of lines per cerntimeter using a diffraction grating. Wave length by Newton’s



B.Sc. Non Medical (Physics) IV

Paper code

Name of subject

Topics Covered


Statistical Mechanism

Probability, some probability considerations, combinations possessing maximum Probability,Postulates of Statistical Physics. Division of Phase space into

cells,Fermi-Dirac statistics etc.



Interference by Division of Amplitude

:Colour of thin, films, wedge shaped film, Newton’s rings. Interferometers Fraimhoffer diffraction : One slit diffraction.   Polarization   :Polarisation

and Double Refraction etc.



To draw common base and common emitter characteristics of a transistor Study of series and parallel resonance circuits.

Electronic Voltmeter measurement of peak, average & R.M.S. valus of


Semester B.Sc. Non Medical (Physics) V

Paper code

Name of subject

Topics Covered


Solid State Physics

Crystalline and gallssy forms, liquid crystals.          Crystal          structure, periodicity, lattice and basis

crystal planes and Miller indices, Interplanner       spacing,        Crystal structures of Zinc sulphide, Reciprocal lattice and its physical significance,       reciprocal       lattice

vectors etc.


Quantum Mechanics

Failure of (Classical) E.M. Theory. quantum theory of radiatio (old quantum            theory),           Photon, photoelectric effect, Derivation of time dependent Schrodinger wave equation, eigen values, eigen functions, Application of

Schrodinger equation etc.



Transistor as voltage Amplifier in C- B Configuration.

Transistor as voltage Amplifier in C- B Configuration.

Study of B-H Curve by C.R.O.

Study of Hartley Oscillator

(Calibration of Gang Condenser).

Semester B.Sc. Non Medical (Physics)VI 

Paper code

Name of subject

Topics Covered



Molecular and Laser Physics

Vector atom model, quantum numbers associated with vector atom model, Zeeman effect (normal and Anormalous) Zeeman pattern of D 1 and D2 lines of Na-atom, Main features of a laser : Directionality, high intensity, high degree of coherence,


Nuclear Physics

Nuclear mass and binding energy, systematics nuclear binding energy, nuclear stability, Interaction of heavy charged particles (Alpha particles), alpha disintegration and its theory Nuclear reactions, Elastic scattering,

Inelastic             scatting,               Nuclear disintegration




To study double sit interference by He-Ne laser.

Diameter of a thin wire by diffraction method (using He-Ne Laser). Rydberg constant by Hydrogen gas spectrum.



An Overview

B.Sc (Non- Medical) at MKM college is a 3 years course at the UG level. It consists six semesters, each year has two semesters. This course mainly contains the theory and practical abilities in multiple domains of chemistry, both plays very important role to learn this course. This programme provides a holistic, modern and liberal education in chemistry & provides guidance from leading assistant professors to conduct extensive laboratory research approach.

Chemistry Course Objectives

The course reviews the following outcomes.

  • Atomic theory
  • Laws of thermodynamics
  • Structure & bonding
  • Spectroscopy (Inorganic, Organic, Physical)
  • Gas laws, phase changes
  • Titrations (qualitative & quantitative),
  • Hybridization
  • Organic & inorganic chemistry reactions
  • Quantum Mechanics
  • Preparation of solutions and Organic Compounds
  • Electrochemistry
  • Chemical Kinetics
Scope & Career in chemistry

Every year plenty of b.sc chemistry jobs are offered by top companies to the students passing out with this degree, not even in private sector but also in govt. sector. This organization helps to find out best career options of each & every student.

Chemistry graduates can find a career in chemistry in the following sectors:

  • chemical technician
  • lecturer
  • researcher
  • forensic science
  • cosmetics and perfume industries
  • toxicologist
  • water chemist
  • analytical chemist
  • quality control analyst
  • geochemist
  • oceanographer
  • chemical engineer
  • pharmaceutical companies
Govt. Jobs
  • NTPC (national thermal power of corporation)
  • FCI (food corporation of India)
  • BARC (Bhabha atomic research Centre)
  • ONGC (oil of natural and compressed gas)
  • FSSAI (food safety officer)
  • IOCL (Indian oil of cooperation limited)
  • IGCAR(Indira Gandhi Centre for atomic research)
  • HPCL (project)
  • CGPDTM (controller general of patents, design & trade)
  • Haryana water pollution control board
  • Scientist-B (central pollution control board)
  • Drug control officer
  • Assistant professor
  • Govt school teachers (Tgt science)
  • BIS (bureau of Indian standard)
  • NFL (national fertilizer limited)
Pvt. Jobs
  • Asian paints
  • Berger paints
  • Tata chemicals
  • Sudarshan chemical industries
  • Pidilite industries
  • Jubilant food works Limited
  • Chemist (R & D)
  • Chemistry Projects
  • Chemistry Teacher& lecture
  • Sun pharma company
  • Nanotechnology

B Sc (Non- Medical) Subject -(Chemistry)


Paper code

Name of subject

Topics covered


Inorganic Chemistry (Theory

Atomic structure , periodic properties , covalent bond , ionic bond

CH -102


Chemistry (Theory)

Gaseous States,Critical Phenomenon, Liquid States,Solid State

CH -103


Chemistry (Theory)

Structure and Bonding,Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds-I, Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds-II, Mechanism of Organic Reactions , Alkanes and Cycloalkanes



Volumetric Analysis,reaction rate, viscosity,specific refractivity

B.Sc. Non-Medical (chemistry) II Semester



Name of subject

Topics covered


CH -201

Inorganic Chemistry (Theory)

Hydrogen Bonding & Vander Waals Forces, Metallic Bond and Semiconductors             ,s-Block Elements, Chemistry of Noble Gas,p-Block         Element,Boron family (13th)Carbon Family, (14th group) Nitrogen Family (15th group), Oxygen Family (16th group) ,Halogen Family (17th group)


Physical Chemistry


Chemical         kinetics         and Electrochemistry

CH -203

Organic Chemistry (Theory)

Alkenes,          Arenes          and Aromaticity, Dienes and Alkynes, Alkyl and Aryl Halide

CH -204


Paper              Chromatography, preparation of organic compounds, sublimation

B.Sc. Non-Medical (Chemistry) III Semester

Paper code

Name of subject

Topics Covered

CH -301

Inorganic Chemistry (Theory

Chemistry of Elements of Ist transition series, Chemistry of Elements of IInd & IIIrd transition series , Coordination Compounds, Non-aqueous Solvents

CH -302


Chemistry (Theory)

Thermodynamics, Chemical Equilibrium, Dis tributioln Law

CH -303


Chemistry (Theory)

Alcohols, Epoxides, Phenols, . Ultraviole t (UV) absorption spectroscopy, Carboxylic Acids & Acid Derivatives



Gravimetric Analysis, Organic Analysis

B.Sc. Non- Medical (Chemistry) IV Semester 



Name of subject

Topics Covered


Inorganic Chemistry (Theory

Chemistry of f – block elements (Lanthanides and Actinides), Theory of Quali tative and Quanti tative Inorganic Analysis-(acidic radicals and basic




Chemistry (Theory)

Thermodynamics, Electrochemistry



Chemistry (Theory)

Infrared(IR) absorption spectroscopy, Amines, Diazonium Salts, Nitro Compounds, . Aldehydes and Ketones,




Colorimetry, CST, enthalpy change,  enthalpy of

neutralisation, enthalpy of solution

B.Sc. (Non- Medical) chemistry V Semester



Name of subject

Topics Covered

CH -501

Inorganic Chemistry (Theory)

Metal-ligand Bonding in Transition Metal Complexes, Thermodynamic and Kinetic Aspects of Metal Complex, Magnetic Properties of Transition Metal Complexex,

Electron Spectra of Transition Metal Complexes

CH -502

Physical Chemistry-


Quantum Mechanics, Physical Properties and

Molecular Structure, Physical Spectroscopy

CH -503

Organic Chemistry-


NMR         Spectroscopy,         Carbohydrates, Organometallic Compounds

CH        –



Salt Analysis, Laboratory Techniques, Thin Layer Chromatography

B.Sc. Non- Medical (chemistry)VI Semester



Name of subject

Topics Covered

CH -601

Inorganic Chemistry- (Theory)

Organometallic Chemistry, Acids and Bases, HSAB Concept, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Silicones and Phosphazenes

CH -602

Physical Chemistry- (Theory)

Electronic Spectrum, Photochemistry, Dilute Solutions and Colligative Properties, Phase Equillibrium


Organic Chemistry- (Theory)

Heterocyclic       Compounds,       Organosulphur Compounds, Organic Synthesis via Enolates,

Synthetic Polymers, Amino Acids, Peptides& Proteins

CH– 604


Conductometre method, potentiometer method,

pH metrically, Rast method.



An Overview

 B.SC (Non-Medical) in mathematics at MKM college is a 3 years course at the UG level.It consists six semester, each year has two semesters. This course mainly contains the theory and practical abilities in multiple domains of mathematics, both plays very important role to learn this course. This program seek out patterns, formulate new conjectures, and establish truth by rigorous deduction from appropriately chosen axioms and definition. Understanding of concepts and techniques drawn from number and algebra, trigonometry and world geometry, sequences, finance, networks and decision mathematics and statistics, in order to solve applied problems. The syllabus of this course is based on credit system which is mention below.

The course reviews the following outcomes :
  1. Recognize the mathematical objects that are groups, and classify them as abelian, cyclic and permutation etc
  2. Analyze consequences of Lagrange’s
  3. Learn about structure preserving maps between groups and their
  4. Mathematical structure, transition, and
  5. Mathematical communication: Students will demonstrate the ability to communicate mathematical ideas
  6. Practical problems based upon MATLAB,
  7. Extension of
8.   Mathematical terminology and proper mathematical notation.
  1. Opportunity in do sc in Mathematics with Computer science.

            10 Best opportunity in MSC (Statistics)

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B.SC Non- Medical in mathematics can lead to careers in fields such as

  • finance, data science, computer programming
  • Engineering, research, and education.
  • Versatility: Mathematics is a universal language that applies to a wide range of
  • BSC Non- Medical in Mathematics in banking, teaching, accounting, and many other sectors. Many BSC Non- Medical in Mathematics jobs require a special set of abilities and expertise in today’s data-driven world. The best career options after BSC Non-Medical in Mathematics are economist, mathematician, statistician, and
  • The banking sector is one of the job opportunities after
BSC Non-Medical in Mathematics
  • Teaching
  • Accounting
  • Statistics
  • Data Science
  • Government Services
  • Mathematics
  • Actuarial Science
  • Market Researcher
  • Mathematics Teacher
  • Purchasing Manager
  • Insurance Underwriter
  • Financial Planner
  • Investment Analyst
  • Data Analytics
  • Data scientist
  • In Research