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Welcome to Engineering Physics

Engineering Physics is one of the first-year subjects in Engineering & technology institutions. The curriculum of the course depends on the utilization of extraordinary branches of engineering.

The function of the difficulty is to make conscious students about the real-life packages of Physics and its concept in engineering. it is true that each one topic of a chapter is not without delay beneficial inside the route however for making one concept clear and useful a few different assisting and related subjects knowledge are important.

On this route, I will offer the fundamental and essential concepts of physics. To apprehend any topic we want some different physical standards too. I called them Supporting Physical Concepts (SPCs), these standards are the key controller to recognize any difficult trouble or subject matter. So the learner receives approximately any topic or that importance, it now not only creates the interest but additionally includes the students within the creation of improvements.

In this course, we will cover:

  1. Electrodynamics
  2. LASER
  3. Optical Fibre
  4. Special Theory of Relativity
  5. Quantum Mechanics
  6. Magnetic Materials
  7. Superconductivity


 Electromagnetic Waves:

Main Features of the Course

Each chapter includes quizzes, primarily based on actual/false, single choice and/or multiple-choice based goal questions. Quizzes help to the learner to decide the expertise. In some instances, PDF notes additionally supplied so they let you revise the subjects, handwritten notes also available. Not simplest quizzes but experiments related to the relevant topics are introduced along with viva questions.

  • Quiz
  • Notes
  • Experiments  

Why Engineering Physics Course?

  1. This course for first-year engineering students.
  2. Cover all major chapters for all Universities/Institutes syllabus
  3. Basic fundamentals along with the latest developments
  4. The practice of understanding the course content in brief with Numerical Problems.
  5. A solution of the sample question paper.
  6. Demonstration of the related experiments and related viva questions.

Interactive Videos

Course Fee:

It is free, no registration fee required.

For doubt and any other problems

Weekly online interaction is possible for any doubt and problem. Read About Me.

Sample Quiz

Total Internal reflection of light ray inside the core of an optical fiber is the only way by transmitting the signal. How it happens and what is the condition for that. Just check here..

1. What is the use of Snell’s Law?


2. What is the critical angle?


3. Do you think that Total Internal Reflection is the only principle by which light can travels inside the core?




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Dr. Sushil Kumar, a physicist, an eminent researcher and a teacher for the benefit of students and fellow physicists alike. Apni Physics is an effort to create a better platform and also to help the students to be able to have content at their hands whenever they want, online. Dr. Sushil continues to upload his lectures and post articles about latest researches in physics, academic, physics education, and also lessons about daily life and how physics define every aspect of our everyday movement and life.


  1. Aashima Malhotra

    Excellent and very informative ?

    1. Dr Sushil Kumar

      Thank you Ashima madam for your kind words.

  2. Shivang0308

    Great initiative

    1. Dr Sushil Kumar

      Thank you Shivang.
      best wishes always.

  3. Dipin Gandhi

    A very instructive way of learning physics practically through experiments.

    1. Dr Sushil Kumar

      Thank you Dipin Gandhi, hope you are doing great at your end. Best wishes always.

  4. Tapas Sharma

    Nice informative video,Helps students to score good marks in engineering Physics

    1. Dr Sushil Kumar

      Thank you Tapas for your time and kind feedback.

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