Physics Facilities

Created on Monday, 02 September 2013

The department is equipped with a number of PG Laboratories namely Optics Lab, Electronics Lab and Computer Lab. The first batch of M.Sc. students has graduated in 2005 and are well placed in different educational institutions and Govt. offices. Admissions to the program are made once a year, at the beginning of the academic year commencing from August.


In Ph.D program, 11 students has been enrolled under the supervision of Faculty members and are pursuing the research programs in the fields of Solid State Electronics/Theoretical/Experimental Condensed Matter Physics/Nuclear Physics and Computational Physics. Admissions to the program are made at the beginning of each semester in July. The I and III Semester Classes commence from 1st August every year.
Facilities Available 
Through funding from DST (FIST) and through personal projects of the Faculty members from other funding agencies such as MoES, DST, NRB, CSIR, several high quality equipments are being procured by the Department such as TLD Reader with Radiation source, XRD and Spectrofluorometer . The Department also possesses good computational facilities with a Computer Lab and softwares for study of Spintronic materials, Photoemission, Half metallic Heusler ferromagnets, Electronic band structures and Photonics.


Departmental Facilities like departmental library, laboratory, computing facilities etc. with brief description of each.

1. Departmental Library- through funding of DST- FIST program

2. PG Laboratories- through Annual budget of the department and DST- FIST program

a)      Optics Lab

b)      Electronics Lab -2

c)      Nuclear Lab

d)      Computer Lab – for computation using FORTRAN 95 compiler and Linux O/S

e)      Condensed Matter Physics Lab

3. LCD Projector (3 nos.) & Laptop – for  improvement of teaching using ICT

Research facilities (if any) :

Workstation - 1 no – for large scale computation.

Softwares – WIEN 2k 12.1 license for calculation of optical properties and band structure of solids.

                   Lahey Fujitsu FORTRAN 95 Compiler for computational research works

         Tyllis 1.2 for theoretical computation of nuclear data

         Geant 4.0  for theoretical computation of nuclear data

         Lamps for theoretical computation of nuclear data

Instruments – a) Spark Counter, Solid State Nuclear Track Detector (LR – 115), Etching Bath for measurement of seismic data

b) iHK 320 Imaging Spectrometer and Diode Laser – under DST Project for optical properties of nanomaterials and mesoscale materials.