The Department offer courses in physics to students of engineering disciplines at first and second semester level both in theory and practical. The department has well established and independent laboratory with calibrated instruments and facilities along with experienced faculties for train the Engineering students And the staff members of are putting hard efforts to train the students, which is very well demonstrated in the overall result in both theory and laboratory subjects.
The department faculties are actively involved in Publishing and presenting research papers in Technical Journals of repute and National and International Conferences. Staff’s are also involved in research activities in the field of nano ferrites and crystal growth leading to the Doctoral Degree.
. To provide our students with qualified & concerned academic advisors with high quality facilities.
. To prepare competent professionals able to, independently apply knowledge in respective branch of engineering.
. It is our choice to equip our students to explore their flair.
. To train the students through practical modules to improve the fundamental knowledge in Physics, Thereby fill the gap between science and technology.
• Engineering Physics Laboratory
Engineering Physics (21PHY12/22)
At the end of the course the student will be able to :
CO1. Understand various types of oscillations and their implications, the role of Shock waves in
CO2. Compute Eigenvalues, Eigen functions, the momentum of atomic and subatomic particles using
Time independent 1-D Schrodinger’s wave equation.
CO3. Apprehend the basics of laser & optical fiber with different types and their applications in
CO4. Understand electrical conductivity phenomena in solid materials.
CO5. Understand the various measurement techniques.
Engineering Physics Lab(21PHYL16/26)
Course outcomes :
At the end of the course the student will be able to:
CO1. Determine spring constant, elastic module and moment of inertia of rigid bodies with the help of suggested procedure.
CO2.Recognize the concept of resonance and practical application, concept of verification of Stefan’s law
CO3. Understand the magnetic effect of electric current, thermal, electrical and dielectric properties of materials.
CO4. Apprehend the concept of interference of light, diffraction of light and total internal reflection of light.
CO5. Understand the properties of operation of semiconductors devices such as photodiode and transistor using simple circuits.