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Bachelor of Science in Physics (Hons.), Chemistry (Hons.) and Mathematics (Hons.).

It establishes the basis of science and learners get a high level of learning experience in a Chemical, Mathematical and Physical Sciences. Learners also get exposure to theoretical and experimental aspects of subjects and an idea about advancement in the field of science.


10+2 with PCB/M by BSER or equivalent , Obtained at least 50% marks (45% for reserved category) at the qualifying examination.

  • Duration
    3 Years
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  • To gain knowledge of Physics (Hons.), Chemistry (Hons.) and Mathematics (Hons.), through theory and practical app
  • To familiarize with current and recent scientific and technological developments.
  • To enrich knowledge through problem solving, hands-on training, study visits, and projects.
  • To train students in skills related to research, education, and industry.
  • To understand the analytical methods required to interpret and analyze results and draw conclusions as supported by their data.


Curriculum Details

  • Chemistry– I (Inorganic Chemistry)

  • Physics – I (Mechanics and Oscillations)

  • Mathematics – I (Discrete Mathematics)

  • General Hindi

  • General English

  • Environmental Studies

  • Fundamentals of Computer

  • Business Laws

  • Human Values

  • Fundamentals of Computer Lab

  • Seminar – I (Chemistry)

  • Chemistry – II (Organic Chemistry)

  • Chemistry – III (Physical Chemistry)

  • Physics – II (Electromagnetism)

  • Physics – III (Optics)

  • Mathematics – II (Calculus)

  • Mathematics – III (Analytic Geometry and Optimization Theory)

  • Wind and Solar Energy Systems

  • Water Resources Engineering

  • Chemistry Lab – I

  • Physics Lab – I

  • Mathematics Lab – I

  • Chemistry – IV (Inorganic Chemistry)

  • Chemistry – V (Organic Chemistry)

  • Physics – IV (Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics)

  • Physics – V (Mathematical Physics and Special Theory of Relativity)

  • Mathematics – IV (Real Analysis)

  • Mathematics – V (Differential Equations)

  • Human Values Activities and Sports

  • Solid and Hazardous Waste Management

  • Analog communication systems (Physics Hons.)

  • Fundamentals of analytical chemistry-I (Chemistry Hons.)

  • Mathematics – X (optimization theory) - (Mathematics Hons.)

  • Chemistry – VI (Physical Chemistry)

  • Physics – VI (Electronics and Solid – State Devices)

  • Mathematics – VI (Numerical Analysis and Vector Calculus)

  • Bioinformatics

  • Quality Management

  • Chemistry Lab – II

  • Physics Lab – II

  • Mathematics Lab – II

  • Seminar – II (Physics)

  • Plasma and space physics (Physics Hons.)

  • Fundamentals of analytical chemistry II (Chemistry Hons.)

  • Mathematics – XI (Probability and statistics) (Mathematics Hons.)

  • Chemistry – VII (Inorganic Chemistry)

  • Chemistry – VIII (Organic Chemistry)

  • Physics – VII (Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy)

  • Physics – VIII (Nuclear and Particle Physics)

  • Mathematics – VII (Algebra)

  • Mathematics – VIII (Complex Analysis)

  • Principles of Management

  • Energy Auditing

  • Science and technology of renewable energies (Physics Hons.)

  • Fundamentals of analytical chemistry-III (Chemistry Hons.)

  • Mathematics-xii- (theory of real functions) (Mathematics Hons.)

  • Chemistry– IX (Physical Chemistry)

  • Physics – IX (Solid State Physics)

  • Mathematics – IX (Linear Algebra)

  • Managerial Economics and Financial Accounting

  • Knowledge Management

  • Chemistry Lab – III

  • Physics Lab – III

  • Mathematics Lab – III

  • Seminar – III (Mathematics)

  • Introduction to nano science and technology (Physics Hons.)

  • Fundamental spectroscopy and pericyclic reactions (Chemistry Hons.)

  • Mathematics – XIII (Mechanics)- (Mathematics Hons.)

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Program Outcomes (POs)

  • PO1

    Domain knowledge: Capability of demonstrating comprehensive knowledge of Basic Sciences with its applications.

  • PO2

    Communications skills: Ability to communicate (verbal and written) various concepts of Basic Sciences effectively using examples and activities.

  • PO3

    Critical thinking and analytical reasoning: Ability to employ critical thinking and analytical reasoning in understanding the concepts in every area of Basic Sciences. Ability to analyze the results and apply them in various related problems.

  • PO4

    Problem solving: Ability to provide the latest solutions using the domain knowledge to serve the society as and when required.

  • PO5

    Research-related skills: Capability for inquiring about appropriate questions relating to the concepts in various fields of Basic Sciences.

  • PO6

    Moral and ethical awareness/reasoning: Ability to identify unethical behaviour such as fabrication, falsification or misrepresentation of data and adopting objective, unbiased and truthful actions in all aspects.

  • PO7

    Lifelong learning: Ability to think, acquire knowledge and skills through logical reasoning throughout the life and to work alone as well as in a team.

  • PO8

    Professional and Employability Skills: Completion of this programme will enable the learners to join the teaching profession. The programme will also help students to enhance their employability for government jobs, and jobs in various other public and private enterprises.


Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

The graduates will become successful professionals in teaching profession, government agencies, industries and private sector. (Professional Skills).

The graduates will help in understanding the day-to-day activities and principles related to Basic Sciences. (Knowledge Skills)

The graduates will engage in providing ethically viable solutions in the field of experiment conduction, human drugs and vaccines, nutrition, use of chemicals in industries.


Career Path

  • Statistician
  • Quality control manager
  • Physicist
  • Subject matter expert
  • Lab assistant
  • Chemist
  • Product director
  • Operational researcher
  • Research assistant
  • Financial/investment analyst
  • Machine learning engineer
  • Data analyst
  • Space researcher


Can I pursue higher education after B.Sc.(Hons.)?

B.Sc. (Hons.) graduates go on to study further. Many go on to study for masters’ degree, postgraduate diplomas and Ph.D. degrees. This considerably increases their expertise, increasing their earning potential and employment opportunities. Therefore, students who want to study further, B.Sc. (Hons.), could be the right choice.

After B.Sc. Chemistry (Hons.), what can I do?

To gain more in-depth knowledge of Chemistry, students have various options for courses such as M.Sc. in Chemistry.

After B.Sc. physics (Hons.), which course is best?

After completing the B.Sc. in physics (Hons.), courses, students can pursue M.Sc. studies such as M.Sc. in Physics, M.Sc. in Biophysics, and M.Sc. in Optical Physics.


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Nirwan University

Near Bassi-Rajadhok Toll, Village- Jhar, Agra Road, Jaipur - 303305 Rajasthan