Department of Natural Sciences with these programs intend to serve the female community by offering them with skills required to cope up with this era of mathematics, automation and intelligence. These programs will equip our women with recent and advance technical skills required to survive and thrive in upcoming decades of 21st century. Through these programs our women will be empowered with technical skills to create automated computing based applications to solve large and complex real world problems
The graduate of BS Mathematics/ BS Physics is expected to accomplish the following PEOs.
PEO - 1: Graduates utilizing their skills and knowledge to solve complex problems in real-world settings.
PEO - 2: Graduates practicing in the area of Artificial Intelligence in a socially and ethically responsible way.
PEO - 3: Graduates demonstrating lifelong learning skills in Artificial Intelligence and allied disciplines.
PLOs are the narrower proclamations that explain what are the students expected to learn and be competent to perform during graduation. These narrate to the skills, knowledge, and approach that the students gain during the program.
PLO - 1: Develop a grasp of the scientific method, i.e. understand how observation, experiment and theory work together to achieve understanding of the physical world.
PLO - 2: Develop sufficient physical intuition, including the ability to estimate an approximate or conceptual answer to a physics problem and recognize whether or not the result of a calculation makes physical sense.
PLO - 3: Know and be able to apply the basic laws of classical mechanics, electromagnetism, geometrical and physical optics, particle physics, astronomy and thermodynamics.
PLO - 4: Know and be able to apply basic mathematical tools commonly used in physics, including differential and integral calculus, vector calculus, ordinary differential equations, and linear algebra.
PLO - 5: Become proficient in using basic laboratory data analysis techniques, including distinguishing statistical and systematic errors, error propagation, and representing data graphically
PLO - 6: Acquire basic knowledge and be able to solve textbook problems in whole physics.
PLO - 7: Be able to use more advanced mathematical tools, including Fourier series and transforms, partial differential equations, and functions of a complex variable.
PLO - 8: Be able to use basic computational techniques for modelling physical systems and solving problems using computers.