*(We discuss concepts and solve the problems from following books in our course).*

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**1.Mathematical Physics:**

‘Mathematical Methods for Physicists’ by Arfkrn and Weber.

‘Higher Engineering Mathematics’ by B. S. Grewal.

**2.Classical Mechanics:**

**‘Classical Mechanics’ by Goldstein** (For Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formalism, Central force problems, Small oscillations etc.)

‘**Classical Mechanics’ by J. C. Upadhyaya.**

**‘Classical Mechanics’ by John R. Taylor**

**‘An Introduction to Mechanics’ , by Kleppner and Kolenkow** (For Newtonian mechanics and relativity)

**‘Problems and Solutions On Mechanics’ by Y. K. Lim**

**3.Electromagnetic Theory:**

**‘Introduction to Electrodynamics’ by Griffiths.**

**4.Quantum Mechanics:**

**‘Introduction to Quantum Mechanics’ by Griffiths.**

**‘Quantum Mechanics Concepts and Applications’ by Zettili.**

**‘Problems and Solutions on Quantum Mechanics’ by Y. K. Lim**

**5.Statistical Physics:**

**‘Fundamentals of Statistical and Thermal Physics’ by F. Reif.**

**‘Heat and Thermodynamics’ by Zemansky**

**‘Problems and Solutions on Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics’ by Y. K. Lim**

**6.Atomic and Molecular Physics:**

**‘Introduction to Atomic Spectra’ by H. E. White.**

**‘Physics of Atoms and Molecules’ by B. H. Bransden, Charles Jean Joachain,**

‘Molecular Spectra and Molecular Structure Vol 1’ by Herzberg.

‘Fundamentals of molecular spectroscopy’ by C. N. Banwell

**7.Nuclear and Particle Physics:**

**‘Concepts of Modern Physics’ by Arthur Beiser.**

‘Introductory Nuclear Physics’ by Kenneth S. Krane.

**8.Condensed Matter Physics:**

‘Solid State Physics’ by Ashcroft and Mermin.

‘Introduction to Solid State Physics’ by Charles Kittel.

**9.Electronics:**

**Op-amp:** ‘Linear Integrated Circuits’ by Roy Choudhury.

**Diodes and Transistors:** ‘Electronics Devices and Circuit Theory’ by Boylstad and Nashesky

**Digital Electronics: **‘Digital Fundamentals’ by Floyd.

*“Learning happens in the minds and souls, not in the database of multiple choice tests” -Ken Robinson*