Model Paper for B.Sc (PCM) for Nuclear Physics & Laser 3rd Year
B.Sc (PCM) is a 3 year course conducted by various universities. B.Sc Chemistry course is done after the completion of the basic schooling. Following Old question paper for B.Sc (PCM) 3rd year is an example of model question paper. This model question paper of B.Sc (PCM) is of 60 marks. There are 8 questions being asked but you have to attempt any 5 of them and each of the questions in this B.Sc (PCM) question paper carries 12 marks. The maximum time allowed to finish this B.Sc (PCM) model question paper is 3 hours.
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (PCM), 3 YEAR
NUCLEAR PHYSICS & LASER
Time -3 Hours Max Marks: 60
Note: – Attempt any five questions.
All questions carry equal marks.
- What do you mean by artificial radioactivity?
- Give the methods of producing artificial radio-isotopes
- How do you classify the neutrons interms of its kinetic energy?
- What is artificial transmutation?
- What is critical mass?
- What is meant by breeder reactor?
- What are thermonuclear reactions?
- What are cosmic rays?
B.Sc (PCM) commonly known as general B.Sc in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics is a three years Bachelors degree program conducted by various universities all over the world. B.Sc (PCM) program is done after the completion of high school from Science Stream with physics, chemistry and mathematics in school. This sample question paper of B.Sc PCM for Nuclear physics & Laser is for 3rd year students. This sample paper for B.Sc PCM 3rd year students made after reviewing few universities old question papers. We are not sure whether same or similar question pattern your university has or not. We are just trying to help you by providing the possibilities in your upcoming examination of B.Sc PCM. We always suggest you for better preparation of B.Sc PCM examination; go thoroughly with text books, professor’s note, syllabus and deep knowledge on the topic. Wish you a very good luck for your upcoming examination of B.Sc (PCM) 3rd year.