Tuesday, December 1, 2009
This is to inform you that JEST 2010 forms are out and you can apply for it online through http://jest2010.aries.res.in. You can also find the rest of the information there.
LAST DATE: 31/12/2009
Please inform all your knowns who are keen to apply.
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
The above link is for june-2009 csir-net paper(memory based) ..please check in for your preparation of net exam..... it will help u to in the forthcoming exam.... all the best to all who are preparing for the competetive exams.....
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
One thought which is very common to us all is “What will we do after M.Sc. Physics?” All of us struggle with this question at some point of time, especially when we are in final year, and would be soon leaving student life to enter the “real” world. We feel tensed when we see our peers in professional courses getting instant jobs. But don’t feel inferior. Physics is a very wide and bright field. Only patience is required.
So, just for a start and for those who are aware of only limited career choices after p.g. in physics, I am listing some options which students can opt for. I would look forward for all of you to add any option you are aware of, so that more and more number of pass outs settle at one place or the other of their choice.
- Ph.D. from IIT’s, Delhi University, Panjab Univeristy, Kurukshetra University etc.
- Fill in forms like
- ONGC- a very good option for job. Especially for those who have electronics as a subject in final year.
- Ministry of Renewable Energy- job profile would be that of a scientist.
- DRDO-again as a scientist
- Printing press industries
- Forensic Science
- Research Associate under a professor would help get u in PhD.
- INFOSYS for a good professional job
- WALL STREET in USA is a big employer of Physicist. amazing to know, right?
That’s it for now, but this list will keep on growing, and I hope to get contribution from all.KEEP ADDING ON REGULAR BASIS.
Monday, October 5, 2009
Lets join the REUNION PARTY...
11th OCTOBER (SUNDAY).... at kurukshetra university..
Please respond quickly giving affirmation for your presence..
Friday, August 28, 2009
As promised earlier, I am starting a series on preparation and strategic planning for NET-JRF. In this series, I will focus on TOPIC WISE study aspect of these competition exams. I will start from a topic say Quantum Mechanics and describe how to prepare this part. We will put stress on material which can help us to crack exams. I can suggest you a number of books for improvement of basic knowledge of subject, It will surely help you in interviews. But before then that we need to pass the exams first. So give priority to the exams. I am so much confident about my techniques that I can bet on 80% success ratio but it depends on your active participation also. This is not a small thing considering the number of students appearing.
Here we go ....
*** means most important
* single reading is sufficient
# can be avoided
( ) relevant material
IV. Quantum Mechanics
Wave-particle duality***; Wave functions in coordinate and momentum representations**;
Commutators and Heisenberg's uncertainty principle***; Matrix representation; Dirac’s bra and
ket notation; Schrodinger equation (time-dependent and time-independent); Eigenvalue
problems ****(MI results ache se yaad hone chahiye….)such as particle-in-a-box, harmonic oscillator, etc.; Tunneling through a barrier;
Motion in a central potential; Orbital angular momentum**, Angular momentum algebra**, spin; Addition of angular momenta; Hydrogen atom***, spin-orbit coupling, fine structure; (Zetlee ki book se solved examples….)Time independent
perturbation theory and applications*; Variational method; WKB approximation;
Time dependent perturbation theory and Fermi's Golden Rule (results only); Selection rules; Semi-classical theory of radiation; Elementary theory of scattering, phase shifts, partial waves, Born
approximation**(results only); Identical particles, Pauli's exclusion principle, spin-statistics connection;
Relativistic quantum mechanics: Klein Gordon and Dirac equations.
In summary, in QM main thing is five problems based on Schrodinger eq. i.e. particle in box, Hydrogen atom. etc..
keep all results in mind...for obj. and for mains try solving short answer type problems from Zetlee.. problem related to uncertainty principle and pauli exclusion is also imp. Commutation relation or brackets are also important.
I can explain topic wise also. but for that discuss your specific problems. Keep in touch and mail your queries.
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
So my friends, lets start......
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Stuck in such a mind-boggling situation? Well all fiends out there,Unfortunately, its not only love we are talking about here, but also ITS OUR FUTURE.
A bond enduring the bodies which once belonged to Department of Physics, K.U.K. has been created here for ALL OF US to "mix and match" and unite our minds towards integration. I welcome all of you to this Family wether You are a senior member of this family or a fresher. It is an objective of in sync for us to jointly have ourselves represent generative, creative and inventive ideas, and suggestions for all those in need and achieve what we deserve to be. It's a pleasure to invite old friends and associates to join together and share their inimitable experiences at your blog spot. try to find out your bustum buddy at this platform. You will find him/her for sure, sooner or later, if we can combine our efforts.