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B.Sc. (Physics, Maths, Computer Science)

Why take this course?

The aim of the department through this triple major course is to provide “a cut above the rest” man-power to the ever growing demands of the industries and to prepare students for higher studies and research. You will be able to hone your critical thinking skills, become an independent thinker, trouble shooter in experiments, able to become a good researcher and expand the knowledge in three major subjects. Our graduates are in high demand from a broad range of employers, with varying career options.

What will I experience?

  • Widen your understanding of the diverse applications of physics through industry and research organization visits.
  • Investigate real-world problems using our excellent facilities and analytical equipment.
  • Have access to ultra-modern computing facilities, and use specialist mathematical and statistical tools.

What opportunities might it lead to?

A Bachelor’s degree in Physics, Mathematics, and Computer Science is the minimum requirement for most careers in this field. You’re not just limited to careers in one subject because of this triple major combination which gives you a good knowledge in three different subjects. There are many employers, representing many different sectors of industries who are interested in the excellent observational, analytical, problem solving skills and strong subject knowledge in students’ of this background.

IT, electronics, defence communications, health, energy, aerospace and what not for this field? Problem-solving is a key element for a successful enterprise and the students’ of maths, physics are welcomed in industry, business and commerce for their analytical ability and systematic, logical approach to unravelling complex issues. Alternatively, all the three subjects have got a very high scope in almost any company. Graduates are highly regarded in many areas of industry, the civil service and other institutions.

Degree Awarded

Bachelor of Science

Course Commencement

June 2017

Eligibility

The minimum qualification required to apply is a pass in the 10+2 examination in Science or Commerce from PUC / ISC / CBSE or equivalent board. A course recognized as equivalent thereto by the University.

Study Campus

  • School of Graduate Studies
  • Jain University
  • #133, Lalbagh Road
  • Bangalore – 560027
  • P : +9180 4343 0100

Admissions Office

  • JGI Knowledge Campus
  • # 44/4, District Fund Road
  • Jayanagar 9th Block Campus
  • Bangalore - 5600 69
  • P+ 91 80 4650 1738


Curriculum Structure & Teaching

Physics

Semester 1

Mechanics & Thermal Physics (Paper-I)

Semester 2

Properties of Matter, Waves & Sound & Space Physics
(Paper-II)

Semester 3

Electricity & Magnetism (Paper-III)

Semester 4

Optics & Atomic Physics (Paper-IV)

Semester 5

Wave Mechanics, Bio-Physics & Solar Physics (Paper-V)
Electronics & Nuclear Physics (Paper-VI)

Semester 6

Material Science (Paper- VII)
Relativity, Astrophysics & Spectroscopy (Paper-VIII)

Mathematics

Semester 1

Matrices & Analytical Geometry in 3d (Paper-I)
Combinations, Differential Calculus I & Linear
Programming (Paper-II)

Semester 2

Surfaces, Numerical analysis & Differential Calculus
(Paper-III)
Integral Calculus, Graph Theory& Probability (Paper-IV)

Semester 3

Group Theory, Application of Integration (Paper-V)
Differential Equation & Sequences (Paper-VI)

Semester 4

Series & Laplace Transforms ((Paper-VII)
Fourier series, Differential Calculus & Equations
(Paper-VIII)

Semester 5

Line & Multiple Integral, Integral Theorems &
Differential Calculus (Paper-IX)
Ring Theory & Partial Differential Equations (Paper-X)
Vector Differential Calculus, Geometry &Space Curves,
Improper Integrals (Paper- XI)

Semester 6

Linear Algebra & Numerical Analysis (Paper-XII)
Complex Analysis 7 Fourier Transforms (Paper- XIII)
Particle Dynamics & Calculus of Variation (Paper- XIV)

Computer Science

Semester 1

Computer Architecture

Semester 2

Operating System

Semester 3

Software Engineering

Semester 4

Visual Programming

Semester 5

JAVA Programming (Paper V)
Internet Technology (Paper VI)

Semester 6

Computer Networks (Paper VII)
Unix & System Software (Paper VIII)

Teaching and Assessment

A variety of engaging teaching methods like workshops, lectures, projects and seminars, are conducted from time to time at Jain University. Our highly knowledgeable professors always make themselves available to students outside of the classroom, even beyond office hours and help the students to bring out the best in them. The faculty make it a point of connecting with their students to create a fulfilling academic experience. This allows to build a closer student-professor relationship.

How are you assessed?

On this course you will encounter a balance of formal examinations and varied methods of coursework assessment including:

  • - Internal tests
  • - Assignments
  • - Seminar presentation
  • - Class tests
  • - Preparatory theory and Practical examination
  • - End term theory and Practical examination