Physics Laboratory

The Department of Physics started its activity in 2006 and there is no looking back since then. The department today is an active beehive of graduate study carried out in a wide variety of frontier areas. The project programs of the Department cover a number of areas like Materials Science, Solid State Physics, Nuclear Physics, Lasers, Optics, Computer Programming, Computer Interfacing, Energy Conservation, Acoustics and many more.


The department offers a 3-Year B.Sc. Programme in Physics with widest range of subject selection from basic Mechanics to Quantum Physics. The third year graduate program offers 13 theory courses, 2 Laboratory Courses and a Project work which forms a foundation for future research work of students. It has a well-balanced degree plan that is designed to support the students’ career objectives in either academic or non-academic settings. The faculty is also very active in extension programmes and in reaching out to students. It also has state-of-the-art laboratory facilities to support the graduate programs and their project works in the fields.


The department conducts National Graduate Physics Examination every year to enable the students to be placed in renowned institutes for their Masters programme and receive funding for the same. Most of the passed out students are pursuing their Masters Degree in Various disciplines of Physics in top Universities and Colleges and are also places in reputed organizations.

Department of Physics

The lab is well furnished with ample space for students to work freely and equipped with all latest facilities. The department also have a separate computer laboratory for programming and practicals with computer interfacing.

Experimental facilities
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  • Geiger Muller Counter
  • Four Probe Apparatus
  • Hall Effect
  • Velocity of Sound using microphone
  • Decibel Meter
  • Equalize
  • Magnetic Susceptibility
  • Stroboscope
  • Y by Bending
  • Coupled Oscillations
  • Moment of Inertia of disc
  • Resonance Pendulum
  • Amplifiers
  • Spectrometers
  • Quinke's Apparatus
  • e/m by Thompson's Method
  • Newton's Rings Apparatus
  • He- Ne Lasers
  • Lloyd's Mirror
  • Michelson's Interferometer
  • Expyes Kit
  • Wein Bridge Oscillator
  • Counters
  • Unidirectional Microphones
  • Surface Tension
  • Thermal Conductivity apparatus
  • Bifilar suspension
  • Platinum resistance Thermometer
Computational facilities
  • Computer interfacing facilities
  • Several Pentium IV machines
Bachelor's Programme in Physics (B.Sc.)

The Department of Physics offers a three year B. Sc. (Physics) degree programme . The first semester starts around the third week of June.

Course Structure (For Third Year)
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  • Courses in Semester I
  • Mathematical Methods in Physics
  • Classical Electrodynamics
  • Classical Mechanics
  • Atomic and Molecular Physics
  • 'C' Programming and Computational Physics
  • Elements of Material Science
  • Courses in Semester II
  • Solid State Physics
  • Quantum Mechanics
  • Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics
  • Nuclear Physics
  • Electronics and Advanced Electronics
  • Lasers
  • Lab Course -I (Physical Lab)
  • Lab Course -II (Electronics, instrumentation, Computer interfacing & Programming)
  • Lab Course -III (Project Work)

More information about course structure can be found in
Results at a glance (Last three years)
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No. Academic Year Percentage of students
Distinction First Class
1 2013 - 2014 100 %
2 2012 - 2013 63 % 19 %
3 2011 - 2012 50 % 50 %
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