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       Department of Physics was one of the major departments started at the inception of the College in 1958. Physics is an essential part of educational system and of an advanced society.

       It is an exciting intellectual adventure that inspires young people and expands frontiers of our knowledge about nature. It also generates fundamental knowledge needed for the future technological advances that will continue to drive the economic engines of the world.

      Physics extends and enhances our understanding of other disciplines, such as the earth, agricultural, chemical ,biological and environmental sciences, plus astrophysics and cosmology- subjects of substantial importance to all peoples of the world. Apart from teaching Physics subjects, faculty actively participates and presents papers in seminars, workshops and conferences. They even train students to become competent and motivated physicists.

Department provides well equipped laboratory. The outgoing students are provided with employment opportunities by on-campus and off- campus placements by reputed companies. The students are positive to sharpen their skills in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities through the Analytical Science Association.

The Department offers Physics for the Intermediate, Degree courses.

Intermediate Course in Physics Physics with Mathematics and Chemistry Physics with Biology and Chemistry

Undergraduate Course in Physics is offered in Two combinations -

Physics with Mathematics and Chemistry,  Physics with Mathematics and Computer Sciences.

Core Courses:

First Semester: Paper I : Classical Mechanics

Second Semester: Paper II: Waves & Acoustics

Third Semester: Paper III: Optics and Lasers Fourth Semester:

Paper IV: Thermal Physics

Fifth Semester: Paper V: Electricity, Magnetism & Electronics

Paper VI: Atomic Physics & Quantum mechanics Sixth Semester:

Paper VII : Renewable Energy Teaching Methodologies: Lecture Method, Lecture and Demonstration Method, Field Visits (On The Spot Study), Seminars, Group Discussions, Quiz, Audio-Visual Aids,( charts, Power point presentation, OHP), Interactive methods, Discussion among peers, Displays, Guest Lectures, Teach while you learn, And Assignments.

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