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The idea of 'field' first emerged in the human mind while exploring the nature of charged objects and magnets. the individual ideas of galvanism, electricity, and magnetism merged into a single theory through numerous experiments and critical reasonings by the scholars of the nineteenth century. Maturing over more than two centuries, the classical theory of electromagnetism portrays fundamental interactions between fields and charged matters and help enhance our understanding of Nature. The course, 'Classical Electromagnetism EM01/2020', offered by CP includes all the aspects of this elegant field theory from static fields to dynamic fields. Followers will learn and feel the physics of electromagnetism which is found almost everywhere, whether it is the reflection on the soap bubble or the cosmic microwave background. The participants will walk through the coursework including regular homework, midterm examinations, and final examinations only to strengthen their understanding of the features of the enriched subject.

    Patron: Division of Academics
    Type: Offline (Onsite)

    Lectures: Saturday at 8:00AM (BST/UTC+6:00)
    Duration: 4:00 Hours
    Span: 96 Lectures, 96 Homeworks, 8 Midterm Examinations, and 4 Final Examinations
    Length: 24 Months
    Prerequisites: Prelusive Natural Philosophy PNP01/2019
    Credits: 12.0

    Patron: Division of Administration
    Type: Offline (Onsite)
    Lectures: Saturday at 1:00PM (BST/UTC+6:00)
    Duration: 4:00 Hours   
    Span: 24 Lectures, 2 Midterm Examinations, and 1 Final Examination
    Length: 6 Months
    Prerequisites: None
    Credits: 3.0

Since the undertaking of efforts to comprehend the motion of celestial bodies to modern-day efforts of discovering the governing laws of the universe, Classical Mechanics has sustained its evolving and enriching nature and being the embodiment of philosophy of physics. In course of time, Classical Mechanics-borne research frontiers are only growing, in parallel to other surging lucrative fields of physics. This course ‘Classical Mechanics CM01/2019’ offers an adventurous journey from the very basic to the edge of research frontiers in an elaborate scheme. The participants will walk through the course-works including regular home-works, midterm examinations, and final examinations only to strengthen their understanding of the features of the enriched subject.

    Patron: Division of Academics
    Type: Offline (Onsite)

    Lectures: Friday at 8:00AM (BST/UTC+6:00)
    Duration: 4:00 Hours
    Span: 96 Lectures, 96 Homeworks, 8 Midterm Examinations, and 4 Final Examinations
    Length: 24 Months
    Prerequisites: Prelusive Natural Philosophy PNP01/2018
    Credits: 12.0

    Patron: Division of Administration
    Type: Online (Google Hangouts)
    Lectures: Sunday at 8:00PM (BST/UTC+6:00)
    Duration: 4:00 Hours
    Span: 24 Lectures, 2 Midterm Examinations, and 1 Final Examination
    Length: 6 Months
    Prerequisites: None
    Credits: 3

In recent decades, general relativity (GR) has become an integral and indispensable part of modern physics. Due to its research potential, GR has attracted many contemporary researchers and students. The course 'General Relativity in Brief GRB01/2018' will explore most of the standard topics of the subject and provide a first-hand research experience on general relativity. Everyone has to submit one project at the end of the course.

    Patron: Division of Experimentation
    Type: Online (Google Hangouts)
    Lectures: Sunday at 8:00 PM (BST/UTC+6:00)
    Duration: 4:00 Hours
    Span: 24 Lectures, 24 Homeworks, and 1 Project
    Length: 6 Months
    Prerequisites: Contemporary Natural Philosophy CNP01/2018
    Credits: 3.0

    Patron: Division of Administration
    Type: Online (Google Hangouts)
    Lectures: Saturday at 7:00 PM (BST/UTC+6)
    Duration: 2:00 Hours   
    Span: 24 Lectures and 24 Homeworks
    Length: 6 Months
    Prerequisites: None
    Credits: 3.0