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Department of Physics
Year of establishment : 1948
Ms.Letitia Lizzie Jeswant, M.Sc., HOD and Associate Professor
The department of physics envisions a life - oriented education that empowers the students with scientific temper, analytical power and logical reasoning, to be agents of transformation and development at different levels of life. Enabled and empowered, they can contribute to build a truly knowledge based society and a science based economy.
Courses offered – UG:
Titles of the papers offered
|I Semester||II Semester|
|Paper I -Mechanics and Properties of matter||Paper II-Thermal Physics and Solar Energy|
|III Semester||IV Semester|
|Paper III- Electricity and Magnetism||Paper IV-Waves, Oscillations and Optics|
|V Semester||VI Semester|
|Paper V- Quantum mechanics and Electronics||Paper VII- Solid state physics and Material science|
|Paper VI- Statistical physics, Relativity, Atomic and Molecular physics||Paper VIII- Nuclear physics Opto electronic devices and Astro physics|
Under CBCS system from June 2015 batch onwards -
Astronomy and Astro physics offered in III and IV semesters for Arts, Commerce and Applied sciences students.
Department Library: 530 books
e- Newsletter: ‘Tarang’-Compiled and released in June every year. Highlights the activities of the department from June to May in every academic year.
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Our College is awarded A grade under the CGPA system of Accreditation in 2012.
Recognized College by UGC as a College with Potential for Excellence
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