Department of Physics, a department equipped with world class labs, classrooms and eminent professors, offers 3 year B.Sc.(Hons.) program in Physics, 2 years M.Sc. program in Physics, and an active Ph.D. program in which a number of research students are currently enrolled.
The department has 14 faculty members who, apart from world class teaching, undertake cutting edge research on various active fields in physics eg: Nano Science, Solar cell technology, Actuators, Super capacitors, Ultrasonics, Cosmic rays, Photonics, Liquid crystals, and Multiferroics to name a few. It also has Physics laboratories of global standard to support teaching and research. Apart from regular engineering Physics labs, Nuclear physics lab, Optics lab, Electronics lab, and Material Research Lab. (www.materialsresearchlab.net) are also essential part of the teaching learning/research.
World level MaterialResearch Laboratory (MRL) is common platform for providing hands on training on synthesis, characterization and application. MRL equipped with most important characterization tools like impedance spectroscopy, Keithley source major unit, FTIR, UV/Vis absorption spectroscopy. Using materials (stated above) and specialized equipments we are able to develop electrochemical devices like Solar Cells- Dye sensitized solar cell (DSSC), Perovskite solar cell (PSC), Quantum dot sensitized solar cell (QDSSC), Super Capacitors-,Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitor (EDLC), Sensors, Fuel Cells.
To be recognized for quality education, innovation and socially relevant research by nurturing students and faculty to be good citizens to address the challenges faced by society through critical thinking and innovations anchored in physical sciences.
- To provide education of global standards and nurturing young minds for fulfilling career and entrepreneurship in scientific research, applied fields, and advancing technologies.
- To encourage faculty and students for research in core and interdisciplinary fields.
- To establish collaborations with national and international centres of excellence in physical sciences and interdisciplinary fields.