In this blog post, you will find the BSc 1st year Physics syllabus in PDF format, as well as detailed categorization of the topics covered in all the physics subjects for the first year of the BSc program.
If you are a first year student & looking for links to download BSc physics syllabus, then you are at the right place.
In this article, we have shared:
- List of all the subjects in BSc 1st year physics course.
- In-depth list of chapters under each subjects.
- Download links to BSc 1st year physics syllabus in pdf format (both BSc & BSc Physics Hons.)
Let get right in by looking at the subjects in the BSc 1st year physics course.
BSc 1st Year Physics Subjects
There are two semester in BSc Physics & each of these semester consists of two theory subjects along with lab experiments.
The semester I is composed of Mathematical Physics & Mechanics whereas Electricity, Magnetism, Waves & Optics are covered in Semester II.
|Semester I||Semester II|
|Mathematical Physics – I||Electricity & Magnetism|
|Mechanics||Waves & Optics|
BSc 1st Year Physics Syllabus
In this section, we have further divided the subjects of Semester I & Semester II into chapters & once you download the syllabus using link provided at the end, you will be able to view all the topics inside each chapter.
Let’s dive right into syllabus of 1st & 2nd semester.
BSc Semester I Physics Syllabus
|Mathematical Physics I||Mechanics|
|1. Calculus||1. Fundamentals of Dynamics|
|2. Vector Calculus||2. Work and Energy|
|3. Orthogonal Curvilinear Coordinates||3. Collisions|
|4. Introduction to probability||4. Rotational Dynamics|
|5. Dirac Delta function and its properties||5. Elasticity|
|6. Fluid Motion|
|7. Gravitation and Central Force Motion|
|9. Non-Inertial Systems|
|10. Special Theory of Relativity|
BSc Semester II Physics Syllabus
|Electricity & Magnetism||Waves & Optics|
|1. Electric Field and Electric Potential||1. Superposition of Collinear Harmonic oscillations|
|2. Dielectric Properties of Matter||2. Superposition of two perpendicular Harmonic|
|3. Magnetic Field||3. Oscillations|
|4. Magnetic Properties of Matter||4. Wave Motion|
|5. Electromagnetic Induction||5. Velocity of Waves|
|6. Electrical Circuits||6. Superposition of Two Harmonic Waves|
|7. Network theorems||7. Wave Optics|
|8. Ballistic Galvanometer||8. Interference|
|11. Fraunhofer diffraction|
|12. Fresnel Diffraction|
BSc 1st Year Physics Syllabus Download PDF
Click on the below links to download BSc 1st year physics syllabus in pdf format:
|BSc Hons Syllabus||Download Here|
|BSc with Physics Syllabus||Download Here|
University-wise BSc 1st Year Physics Syllabus [PDF]
If you are looking for university-specific syllabus, click the below links. In case if your university is not mentioned in the below list, leave a comment below this post.
|University Name||Download Links|
|Banaras Hindu University||Download|
|University of Calcutta||Download|
|University of Madras||Download|
There are 4 books (2 each semester) in the BSc 1st year physics syllabus. The first semester comprises Mathematical Physics & Mechanics. On the other hand, Electricity & Magnetism and Waves & Optics are covered in semester II.
For taking admission in BSc physics Hons, candidate must have completed 10+2 with Science stream & have minimum 50% marks in Physics.
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In this blog post, we have tried to cover the complete BSc 1st year physics syllabus & at the end we have also provided links to download the complete syllabus of BSc Physics.
If you are a BSc student, you can download the complete syllabus using the above links. However, please note that this syllabus is not university specific.
In case if you are looking for university specific syllabus of BSc physics, then you have to visit the official website of your university. Still if you were not able to download the syllabus, you can leave a comment below this post or simply email us.