Topics(Click on the topic to download the Syllabus in pdf ):
1. Standard Model and beyond :Shrihari Gopalkrishna (IMSc)
2. Neutrino Physics :Sanjeev Verma (DU)
3. Flavour Physics : Soumitra Nandi (IITG)
4. Quark Gluon Plasma & Lattice QCD : Sourendu Gupta (TIFR)
5. Relativistic Kinematics : Ashutosh Bhardwaj (DU)
6. Detector Physics - Techniques and working principle : Subhasish Chattopadhyay (VECC)
7. DAQ, Trigger, Electronics : Maria Cepeda (CERN)
8. Accelerator : Kirti Ranjan (DU)
9. Statistical Methods & Error Analysis : Jim Libby (IITM)
10. Societal Applications : Md. Naimuddin (DU)

Tutorial/discussion sessions will cover the problem solving and doubt clearance.
The computer session will cover the following topics: (The numbers in the brackets indicates the number of hours for each topic)
1. GEANT4 - Basics and some applications (8) : Supratik Mukhopadhyay (SINP), Md. Naimuddin (DU)
2. MC methods - For eg. Random number generation, Markov chain, etc. (8) : Bipul Bhuyan (IITG), Kirti Ranjan (DU)
3. ROOT & Data Analysis Techniques - Likelihood, MVA, NN, etc. (12) : Indranil Das (SINP), Sanjay Swain (NISER), Ashok Kumar (DU)
4. Collider Physics simulation, event generation (4) :Monoranjan Guchait (TIFR)
Experiments :
There will be a total of eight experiments. Each participant is expected to perform at least 4 experiments.
Special lectures/Evening Lectures :
In addition to above there will be 3 evening lecturers of one hour each. Some of the following scientists/experts could be invited for the special lectures