DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

The department of physics was started in our college in 1999. The department is functioning with well qualified and experienced faculties. For the past 19 years, the department provides a conducive atmosphere for student learning process. The main objective is to stimulate the minds and hearts of the rural students relentless curiosity and dynamic involvement in physics. A well equipped and spacious lab is available to inspire students to explore creatively hypotheses through experimentation.

VISION

  • • To build foundation for excellence and spur development of the Institution as a premier Institution by igniting and nurturing enthusiasm, interests and passion, in the study of physics, in professional courses, as a part of curricula.
  • • To have a reputation for success of our students and graduates.
  • • To have a reputation for successful research and creative activities.
  • • To achieve excellence in education and research in the field of Physics and other related areas through knowledge creation and dissemination.
MISSION
  • • To provide high quality physics education and equipping students for higher education.
  • • To provide students with state of the art knowledge in Physics to equip students tocompete globally.
  • • To create such infrastructure in the department for meeting the above mission
  • • To create better opportunities for employment.
  • • To develop among students, sensitivity to contribute to the betterment of society through knowledge in Physics.
  • • To evolve strategies in the Department for continuous Improvement.
  • • To organize and sustain efficient operating systems in the Department for realization of our objectives as Institution of eminence and International standards.
  • • To introduce pioneering programs in the Department that will embrace heritage and values of the Institution.
  • • To make vital contributions in areas of emphasis such as faculty, modern labs, Department library and demonstrate a high level of competence in the study of Engineering Physics.