Department of Physics


Department of Physics was established in the year 2008 with under graduate program and upgraded into post graduate department in 2017. Physics department provides high quality undergraduate teaching embedded in a postgraduate and research environment. Knowledge needs Creativity and Creativity needs Diligence. The education empowers individuals with learning, creativity, awareness about society, science, technology and their applications. Physics applies scientific methodologies to understand the most fundamental principles of nature: Matter and Energy and how they interact. The Department of Physics prepares students for leadership roles in research, development and ambition to pursue high-level teaching methodologies, advanced areas of experimental & theoretical physics that require skilful and imaginative solutions. The learners are introduced with the recent trends in physics such as Nanomaterials, Electromagnetism, Thin films, Crystal growth techniques, Ultrasonic Compressibility, Solar and Photo voltaic cells, LASER, Optics, Electronics and Microprocessor. The Department has two spacious laboratories for general Physics and electronics experiments along with dark rooms for optics experiments. Both laboratories are well furnished and well equipped with scientific instruments.

Facilities in UG Laboratories:

  • Spectrometer
  • Meter bridge, Carey – Foster Bridge and Post office box
  • Potentiometer
  • Lee’s Disc apparatus
  • Simple Pendulum, Compound Pendulum
  • Torsional Pendulum
  • Sonometer and Melde’s apparatus
  • Deflection Magnetometer
  • Oscillator and Amplifier
  • Logic gates
  • Ultrasonic interferometer

Facilities in PG Laboratories:

  • Four Probe apparatus
  • Digital Storage Oscilloscope
  • Band-gap energy apparatus
  • GM Counter
  • Laser characteristics
  • Hall Effect Instruments
  • B-H curve – Solenoid
  • Solar cell apparatus
  • Air-wedge apparatus
  • Microprocessors(8065)
  • ADC/DAC 8051 microcontrollers