HCU (M.Sc.) Physics
EXAM PATTERN
Marks: 100Time: 2:00 Hours

This Question Paper has two sections: SECTION A and SECTION B

SECTION A consists of 25 objective type questions of two marks each. There is negative marking of 0.66 mark for every wrong answer. The marks obtained by the candidate in this section will be used for resolving the tie cases.

SECTION B consists of 50 objective type questions of one mark each. There is no negative marking in this section.

All questions carry 2 marks each.
There is no negative marking
 Only Scientific Calculators are permitted. Mobile phone based calculators are not permitted. Logarithmic tables are not allowed.
SYLLABUS
PHYSICS
Mechanics, General Properties of Matter, Kinematics, Heat and Thermodynamics, Wave Motion, Electricity and Magnetism, Light, Modern Physics, Electronics and Measurements.
MATHEMATICS
Algebraic Equations, Differential and Integral Calculus including limits, Vectors, Matrices and Determinants, Elementary Differential Equations and Elementary Functions and their Graphs.
HCU (Ph.D.) PHYSICS
EXAM PATTERN
Marks: 50Time: 2:00 Hours
 This Question Paper has two parts: PART A and PART B
 PART A consists of 20 objective type questions related to Research Methods
 PART B consists of 20 objective type questions related to Physics
 All questions carry 2 marks each.
There is no negative marking
 Only Scientific Calculators are permitted. Mobile phone based calculators are not permitted. Logarithmic tables are not allow.
The written test will consist of objective type questions. A part of the written exam will be on research methodology to assess the acumen of the student for research. This test is a qualifying one by 2016 UGC regulations. Those who qualify in the written exam will be called for interview on basis of their performance.
SYLLABUS
Classical Mechanics, Relativity, Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics, Electromagnetic Theory, Quantum Mechanics, Modern Physics, Condensed Matter Physics, Nuclear and Particle Physics, Optics, Electronics, Mathematical Physics and Experimental Techniques.