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									             Lovely Professional University, Phagwara
                              INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN (for Lectures)
Term: 2nd
Course No.: PHY162       Course Title: Modern Physics and Electronic for (Hons.)                L:3 T:1 P:0
Textbook: 1. Beiser A, Concept of Modern Physics, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi,2007.


Other specific books:
2. Boylestad L Robert, Louis Nashelsky, Electronic devices and circuits, Ninth Edition, 2009.
3. Bhargava N.N, D C Kulshreshtha, S C Gupta, Basics Electronics and Linear Circuits, Tata McGraw Hill,
  47th Reprint, 2007.
4. Halliday D. Resnick R., Walker J., Fundamental of Physics, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 6th, 2007.
Other readings:
S.No.   Journal articles as compulsory readings (Complete reference)
   5    www.atomic.princeton.edu-princeton univ.,USA
   6    Science and education, pp 85-100.
   7    Foundation of Physics, Vol 19, pp822-825.
   8    American Journal of Physics , Vol. 58,pp822-825.
Relevant websites:
S.No. Web address (Exact page address)                                    Salient Features
   9   www.phys.unsw.edu.au/einsteinlight/                                Explanation of relativity
   10 www.images.google.co.in/images?hl=en&q=semiconduct                  Explanation of electronics
       or+diode&um=1&ie=UTF8&sa=X&oi=image_result_group
       &resnum=4&ct=title
   11 www.phy.ntu.edu.tw/ntnujava/index.php?topic=140         Explanation related to different
                                                              frame of reference
   12   www.images.google.co.in/images?hl=en&q=photoelectric Images related to Photoelectric
        +effect&um=1&ie=UTF8&resnum=5&sa=X&oi=image_res effect
        ult_group&resnum=5&ct=title
   13   www.walter-fendt.de/ph11e/timedilation.htm            Explanation related to        time
                                                              dilation
   14   http://cnx.org/content/m1016/latest/                  Explanation        related       to
                                                              characteristics of transistor
   15   http://images.google.co.in/images?hl=en&q=compton+eff Images related to Compton
        ect&um=1&ie=UTF8&sa=X&oi=image_result_group&resn effect
        um=4&ct=title
   16   http://images.google.co.in/images?hl=en&q=Pair%20prod Images      related     to     pair
        uction&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wi                      production

   17   http://images.google.co.in/images?hl=en&q=General%20t             Images related to          General
        heory%20of%20relativity&um=1&ie=UTF8&sa=N&tab=wi                  theory of relativity

   18   http://images.google.co.in/images?um=1&hl=en&q=Electr             Images          related   to
        omagnetic+waves++and++black+body+radiation&btnG=S                 Electromagnetic waves, Black
        earch+Images                                                      body radiation.
   19   http://images.google.co.in/images?um=1&hl=en&q=X-                 Images          related   to
        ray+and+X-ray+diffraction                                         Electromagnetic waves, Black
                                                                                body radiation.

     20   http://images.google.co.in/images?um=1&hl=en&q=Trans                  Images related to transistor
          istor+structure&btnG=Search+Images
     21   http://images.google.co.in/images?um=1&hl=en&q=FET+                   Images related to FET and
          and+MOSFET&btnG=Search+Images                                         MOSFET

     22   http://images.google.co.in/images?hl=en&q=tank%20circ                 Images         related              to
          uit&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wi                                         Oscillator(Tank circuit)
Detailed Plan for Lectures
Plan for 12×L lectures: 6×L for before the MTE, 6×L for after the MTE. Provide for at least 2×L spill-over lecture.
Lecture    Topic                              Chapters/          Assignment/       Pedagogical            aid Date
                                                                                                                      2
No.                                           Sections      of Task       to   be Demonstration/        case Delivered
                                              Textbook/          assigned      to study/             images/
                                                                                                   5
                                              other              students          animations etc.
                                                        1
                                              reference          3           4
                                                                         DoS
1          Inertial frame of reference,         1/1.1/                             Animation/link 11
           space and time, Galilean          PageNo.37,                            Animation/link 9
           transformation    and      its    38,46 to 49
           limitations.
2          Special theory of relativity,        1/1.1,3/                           Animation/link 9 &
           Lorentz transformation             38.2,38.7    A1                             13
                                             PageNo.38-
                                                   42
3          Time dilation and Length            1/1.2, 1.4                          Animation/link 9 &
           contraction.                      3/38.5, 38.6,                                13
                                                  38.8
4          Twin paradox.                         1/1.5                              Animation/link 9
5           Doppler effect.                      1/1.3
6          Relativistic momentum and             1/1.7                              Animation/link 9
           energy.
7          Mass-energy and                       1/1.8,                             Animation/link 9
           energy -momentum relation.           3/38.12        A2

8          Relativistic energy of a free      1/1.8                                 Animation/link 9
           particle.
9          General relativity.               1/1.10                                  Images/link 17
10         Electromagnetic waves,             2/2.1                                  Images/link 18
           Black body radiation.              2/2.2
11         Photoelectric effect.         2/2.3, 3/39.3                                Images/link 12
12         X-rays and X-ray diffraction.   2/2.5, 2.6          A3                     Images/link 19
13         Compton Effect.                    2/2.7                                  Images /link 15
14         Pair production, photons and       2/2.8                                   Images/link 16
           gravity                            2/2.9
15         Semiconductors (Intrinsic &    2/1.1to 1.6                                Semiconductor
           extrinsic).                    3/3.5 & 3.6                                  devices
                                                                                     Demonstration
16         PN-Junction, junction theory      2/1.6                                 PN Junction diode
           and synthesis of PN junction. 3/4.1,4.2,4.3         A4                  Demonstration and
                                                                                     images link 10
17         V-I characteristics of PN-          2/1.6,1.7                          Demonstration and
           Junction diode, Ideal diode.        3/4.3,4.4                            image link10
18       Types of diodes, Zener diode     2/1.14&1.15                       Different diodes
         and its characteristics.             3/4.9                         demonstration
19       Static & dynamic resistance          2/1.8
         of diode.                            3/4.5
20       Use of diodes in as half wave        2/2.6                        Half wave rectifier
         rectifier.                          3/4.6.1    A4                  demonstration
21       Use of diodes in as Full wave        2/2.7                        Full wave rectifier
         rectifier.                          3/4.7.1,                       demonstration
                                              4.7.2
22       Introduction      to    junction   2/3.2,3.3                      Images/Link 20
         transistor structure and their 3/5.1,5.2,5.3
         synthesis.
23       Working of transistor.               2/3.3                        Images/Link 20
                                              3/5.4
24       Common base transistor 2/3.4,3.6,3.7 A5                             CB transistor
         characteristics                  3/,5.7.1                          Demonstration
25       Common                   emitter    3/5.7.2                         CE transistor
         characteristics                                                    Demonstration
26       Transistor as a amplifier.           2/3.5                           Amplifier
                                              3/5.5                         Demonstration
27       Oscillator(need of oscillator 3/13.1,13.2                              CRO
         and       classification      of   and 13.3                        Demonstration
         oscillator)
28       Introduction to RC and LC                                         Images/Link 22
         oscillator                       3/13.5,13.6
29       Structure of Field effect 3/5.14.1                                Images/Link 21
         transistor (FET)
30       FET Construction and 2/6.2                                             FET
         Characteristics                  3/5.14.2                         Demonstrations
31       FET                    Transfer 2/6.3          A6                 Images/Link 21
         characteristics                  5/5.14.3
32       FET parameter(Dynamic            2/6.2                            Images/Link 21
         drain resistance,                (page     no.
         transconductance and             366to 369)
         amplification factor)
34        Depletion-Type MOSFET           2/6.7                            Images/Link 21
35       Enhancement-Type                 2/6.8                            Images/Link 21
         MOSFET
36       MOSFET Handling                  2/6.9
Notes: 1. Use S. No. Of the readings above
       2. To be filled in on the date of delivery of lecture by the instructor
       3. Put assignment number from Assignment Table (below) against the lecture in which planned t o be
          assigned (by co-ordinator)
       4. To be filled in on the date of assignment (by the instructor)
       5. Do not write Lecture, OHP, LCD projector etc.
Details of Assignments Planned:
Assignment Details                                    Nature of         Expected outcome
No.                                                   Assignment
1             Galilean and Lorentz                    Numerical     and To explain the variation
              transformation                          conceptual based  of physical quantity with
                                                                        its    velocity       (when
                                                                        comparable         to    the
                                                                        velocity of light)
2                   Doppler effect and relativistic mass Numerical and                           To explain the effect of
                    energy                               conceptual based                        relative    motion     and
                                                                                                 Doppler effect
3                   EMW & Photoelectric effect                      Numerical and                To        explain       the
                    Compton effect and pair production              conceptual based             transverse nature of
                                                                                                 EMW ,dual nature of
                                                                                                 radiation
4                   PN Diode and its characteristics                Numerical and                To clear the formation of
                    Half wave and Full wave rectifier               conceptual based             junction in diodes and
                                                                                                 variation of current with
                                                                                                 voltage and Practical
                                                                                                 application of diode
5                   Types     of    diode,    transistor, Numerical and                          Impart the Knowledge
                    Transistor amplifying action and its conceptual based                        about different type of
                    characteristics                                                              diode and transistor and
                                                                                                 also       explain      tne
                                                                                                 amplification action of
                                                                                                 transistor
6                   Oscillator, FET and MOSFET                      Numerical and                To enhance knowledge
                                                                    conceptual based             oscillator circuit and also
                                                                                                  explain the construction
                                                                                                 of FET and MOSFET
                                                                                                 and its characteristics
Designing Problem to be allotted by lecture no. 3 (DP1) & 20(DP2)
Due date of Designing Problem: 2 weeks before the MTE & E TE




Scheme for CA: (out of 100)
Component                                   Frequenc y                     Marks out of 100
Attendance
                                              -                            10
Homew ork based tests/quizes
                                            6X10                           60
Designing Problem
                                            2x15                           30
Lab performance (only if there is a lab
component                                   NA                             NA

List of suggested Designing problems               [at least 15] (Student to spend about 15 hrs on any one specified assignment)
S.No.   Topic
1       What are Lorentz transformations if a frame is moving in a particular direction in space with respect to another frame which
        is at rest? Also, reduce these ones into to Galilean transformations.
2       Design a Seven Segment display circuit controlled by On-OFF switches that has a maximum current of 120 mA. In this
        circuit each segment has a voltage drop between 1.5 and 2V at 30 mA and supply voltage is +5V.
3.      Suppose a train is moving relativistically along a particular direction. There is a clock inside the train whi ch is rotating at a
        certain angular speed. What will be the transformations that connect observer’s frame of reference (Outside the train) and
        that of train and reduce them into Lorentz transformations?




4.      Design a fuse indicator for a DC power supply with the help of diodes, transistors so that it should gives you an output of
        50V when an input of 75V is given to it.


        How the motion of simple pendulum does got affected when it is placed in a frame moving in uniform motion with respect to
5.      rest frame?




6.      What current research is being done to extend Einstein’s theory of relativity and what practical applications does it have to
        alternate sources of power?




        Suppose the speed of the light is not constant then how it will affect the phenomenon based upon the spe cial theory of
7.
        relativity




Instructional plan for Lab component                               (Only for courses with lab component as well as the
lecture component) NA


List of experiments               (Should plan for 12 weeks of teaching: 6 before MTE and 6 after MTE )
Expt.        Title*                                                        Equipment used
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
 11
 12
*Attach for each experiment, the objectives and the complete list of equipment/ consumables
required
Plan of experiments: Fill exp number to be performed by each group on each lab turn
Lab.      Date      Group      Group      Group    Group      Group   Group   Group   Group   Group     Group
Turn                1          2          3        4          5       6       7       8       9         10
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7
8
9
10
11
12.



Break-up of CA marks for each lab experiment

Component                                                      Recommended Proposed
Conduct/Performance/Execution                                  20%
Written Record                                                 50%
   a. Observations
   b. Analysis
   c. Error Analysis
   d. Results and Discussions
Viva – Voce                                                    30%
Any other component                                            0%

Proposed Changes from the standard pedagogy for the course:




_______________________
Prepared by (Instructional Planner: Name, signature & date)

Comments of HoFD(Chief Academic Officer

                                                                                                      Signature & Date

Comments of Dean of Faculty

                                                                                                      Signature & Date
                                               Report
           (to be filled by the instructor and submitted at the end of term to HoS through HoD)
Lectrures
S.No. Innovation introduced [New pedagogy, new demonstration, case             Topic and lecture number where
       study, teaching aid, etc. NOT part of the instructional plan            introduced




General Comments of the Instructor about the suitability of IP




Conduct of Tutorials
Tutorial    Date         Topics covered in the      Activities (like quiz, case study, doubt clearing, any other)
no.                      tutorial




General Comments of the lab Instructor about the suitability of IP or new pedagogy attempted
in labs:
Syllabus Coverage Report
Syllabus coverage by one week before MTE

                        Satisfactory/ Laggipng by ____ lectures.

Syllabus coverage by two week before E TE

                        Satisfactory/ Lagging by ____ lectures.



_____________________________                 __________________________________
Signature of Instructor & Date                                                     Signature of HoD & Date
           Lovely Professional University, Phagwara
INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN FOR CORSES WITH ONLY LABS/WORKSHOPS/CLINICS etc.
Term: ____________
Course No. _________ Course Title: _____________________________ L: __ T: __ P: _
Textbook: 1.
Other readings:
S.No. Journal articles as compulsory readings (Complete reference)
2.
3.
4.
5.
Relevant websites:
S.No. Web address                          Salient Features
6.
7.
8.
List of experiments     (Should plan for 12 weeks of teaching: 6 before MTE and 6 after MTE )
Expt.     Title*                                   Equipment used
No.
 13
 14
 15
 16
 17
 18
 19
 20
 21
 22
 23
 24
*Attach for each experiment, the objectives and the complete list of equipment/ consumables
required
Plan of experiments: Fill exp number to be performed by each group on each lab turn
Lab.   Date    Group   Group    Group    Group    Group     Group    Group     Group    Group   Group
Turn           1       2        3        4        5         6        7         8        9       10
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7
8
9
10
11
12.
Break-up of CA marks for each lab experiment
Component                                                      Recommended Proposed
Conduct/Performance/Execution                                  20%
Written Record                                                 50%
   a. Observations
   b. Analysis
   c. Error Analysis
   d. Results and Discussions
Viva – Voce                                                    30%
Any other component                                            0%


Proposed Changes from the standard pedagogy for the course:




_______________________
Prepared by (Instructional Planner: Name, signature & date)
Comments of HoFD(Chief Academic Officer


                                                                                                    Signature & Date


Comments of Dean of Faculty


                                                                                                    Signature & Date



*Attach for each experiment, the objectives and the complete list of equipment/ consumables required

                                                        Report
         (to be filled by the lab instructor and submitted at the end of term to HoS through HoD)
General Comments of the Instructor about the suitability of IP or ne w pedagogy atte mpted:




________________________________                              __________________________________
Signature of Instructor & Date                                                             Signature of HoD & Date

								
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