Nuclear & Particle Physics 
Co1 After successful completion of the course, the student is expected to have a basic knowledge of nuclear size, shape.
Co 2 Understand the concept of bindingenergy.etc and also the characteristics of nuclear force in detail.
Co 3 Explore an application of nuclear and/or radiation physics and communicate their understanding to a group of their peers in a short presentation. 
Laser Physics and Applications 
CO1: Absorption and spontaneous and stimulated emission in two level system, the effects of homogeneous and inhomogeneous line broadening, and the conditions for laser amplification. CO2: Operations of the FabryPerot cavity including mode separation and linewidths, laser gain conditions, gain clamping in both homogeneous and inhomogeneous line broadened media.
CO3: The fourlevel laser system, the simple homogeneous laser and its output behaviour and optimal operating conditions.
CO4: Spectral properties of a single longitudinal mode, mode locked laser operation, schemes for active and passive mode locking in real laser system.
CO5: Operations and basic properties of the most common laser types, HeNe, Argonion, and carbondioxide, ruby, titanium sapphire, neodymium YAG and glass, knowledge of other main laser types.
CO6: Matrix optics of the laser cavity and stability conditions.
CO 7 Basics of Gaussian beam in laser cavity and optical properties of laser output, design of stable laser cavities using Gaussian beam optics, the ABCD law for Gaussian beams. 
Solid State Physics II 
CO 1 Students are expected to be wellversed in Dielectric function of the electron gas, Plasma optics, Dispersion relation for EM wave, Transverse optical modes in Plasma, Transparency of Alkali metals in the ultraviolet, Longitudinal Plasma oscillations, Plasmon, electrostatic screening and screened Coulomb potential, Mott metalinsulator transition.
CO 2 . Understand the concept of Maxwell’s equations, polarization, macroscopic electric field, depolarization filed, E1;local electric field at an atom, Lorentz filed E2, fields of dipoles inside cavity 
Electronics II (Communication) 
CO 1 To give knowledge of Pulse modulation systems, Sampling Theorem, Low pass &Band pass signal,
CO 2 To introduce basics of Sources of noise, Frequency domain representation of noise, Effect of filtering on the probability density of Gaussian noise.
CO 3 To understand working of Mixing involving noise, binear filtering, Noise bandwidth, Quadrature component o f noise, Power spectral density of nc(t) ns (t) & their time derivative
CO 4 To introduce basic aspect of Noise in pulse code & delta modulation system, PCM transmission, Calculation of quantization noise output signal power, Effect of thermal noise, output signal to noise ratio in PCM, DM, Quantization noise in DM, output signal power, DM output signal to quantization noise ratio, effect of thermal noise in delta modulation, output signal to niose ratio in DM.
