Department of

Programs Offered

  • B.Sc- Physics
  • M.Sc- Physics
  • Ph.D - Physics
  • The main aim of the B.Sc. (Physics) programme is to create deep interest in Physics, to develop broad and balanced knowledge and understanding of physical concepts, principles and theories of Physics.
  • To learn, design and perform experiments in the labs to demonstrate the concepts, principles and theories learned in the classrooms.
  • To develop the ability to apply the knowledge acquired in the classroom and laboratories to specific problems in theoretical and experimental Physics.
  • To expose the student to the vast scope of Physics as a theoretical and experimental science with applications in solving most of the problems in nature spanning from 10-15 m to 1026m in space and 10-10 eV to 1025eV in energy dimensions.
  • To emphasize the discipline of Physics to be the most important branch of science for pursuing the interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary higher education and/or research in interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary areas.
  • To emphasize the importance of Physics as the most important discipline for sustaining the existing industries and establishing new ones to create job opportunities at all levels of employment.
The Graduates will be able to
  • Demonstrate fundamental/systematic or coherent understanding of the academic field of Physics, its different learning areas like Astrophysics, Material science, Nuclear and Particle Physics, Mathematical Physics, , and its linkages with related disciplinary areas/subjects like Chemistry, Mathematics, Environmental sciences.
  • Procedural knowledge that creates different types of professionals related to different areas of study in Physics outlined above, including research and development, teaching and government and public service;
  • Skills in areas related to specialization area relating the subfields and current developments in the academic field of Physics.
  • Use knowledge, understanding and skills required for identifying problems and issues relating to Physics, collection of relevant quantitative and/or qualitative data drawing on a wide range of sources from various Physics laboratories of the world, and their application, analysis and evaluation using methodologies as appropriate to Physics for formulating new theories and concepts..
  • Communicate the results of studies undertaken accurately in a range of different contexts using the main concepts, constructs and techniques of Physics. Develop communication abilities to present these results in technical as well as popular science meetings organized in various universities and other private organizations.
  • Ability to meet one’s own learning needs, drawing on a range of current research and development work and professional materials, and interaction with other physicists around the world.
  • Apply one’s knowledge of Physics and theoretical and laboratory skills to new/unfamiliar contexts to identify and analyse problems and issues and solve complex problems in Physics and related areas with well-defined solutions.
  • Demonstrate Physics-related technological skills that are relevant to Physics-related job trades and employment opportunities.
  • Capably plan, analyse and design the civil engineering structures.
  • Apply knowledge of three technical areas appropriate to Civil Engineering such as Geotechnical, Environmental and water resources engineering etc.
Admission 2024-25