The Department of Physics was established to help students fulfill their academic and professional aspirations in Physics and allied area. To meet the latest demands of industry and provide quality education, the Department revises its curriculum from time to time.
The Department aims to be one of the best Departments of Physics in research and teaching at national level. The thrust areas of the Department are Theoretical Plasma Physics, Theoretical Nuclear Physics,
Nonlinear Optics, Density Functional Theory, Liquid Crystals, Thinfilms, Chalcogenides, Nanotechnology, Nanomagnetism and Photovotaic.
The Department boasts of its 12 faculty members who are active in diverse fields of research like the study of Liquid Crystals, Laser Plasma Interaction, Nonlinear Waves in Plasmas, Nuclear Fusion Reactions, Nuclear Structure, Coulomb Excitation, Application of Density Functional Theory to Nuclear Reactions, Phase Change Materials, Glassy Alloys, Nanoparticles of Various Materials, Nanophase Materials, Dye Synthesized Solar Cells, Solitary Wave Solutions for Variants of Nonlinear Schroedinger Equations and Hydrogen Under High Pressure. Faculty members of physics Department have published more than 50 papers in various peer reviewed research journals in the last three years.
The Department has state of the art lecture halls and well-equipped labs for the students. It has three experimental research labs. The Department has been awarded national and international projects of more than Rs. 1 Crore.