Year of Establishment :
Names of Programmes / Courses offered :
UG (Honours and General)
Number of Teaching Post
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled
|Name of the Post
|Category of Staff
|Academic support staff (technical)
Details of Infrastructural Facilities and Logistic Support :
The Department possesses a somewhat satisfactory infrastructure-
- There are 6 class rooms for the students and one staff room for teachers.
- Out of which 3 class rooms are assigned for practical laboratory (for both Honours and General students) where practical classes are conducted and one is for computer practical.
- One ICT-enabled class room exists for multimedia presentation with the help of LCD projector which is combinedly used with Department of Mathematics.
- As an extention to the Main College library, a departmental seminar library with nearly 266 reference books for the existing students.
- Apart from seminar library, we have a small Book Bank especially for General course students.
- We have internet facilities and Wi-Fi connection for Staff & Students.
- To impart English-medium based undergraduate level education that is Bachelor Degree in Science and Arts courses in accordance withaffiliating University's Curriculum andthe UGC Guidelines.
- Understanding and Correlating between Theoretical and Experimental aspects of the subjects (highly essential for Laboratory based subjects).
- Developing concepts in Pure Subjects along with Applied and Interdisciplinary Subject Areas for Real Life Applications.
- Identify various Academic and Professional areas.
- Catering to the needs of Present Day Problems & allied Thrust Areas and Service to Human Race.
Program Specific Outcome (PSO)
Development of Theoretical and Experimental knowledge, Mathematical Concepts along with different aspects of Physics, Real-time and Practical Problems, Modern Opto-Electronic and Instrumentation Applications, Astronomy and Space Science, Telecommunication, Automatic Control Systems, Nano-science and technology, Future introduction to Interdisciplinary areas – Biophysics and Geophysics.
- Students will demonstrate knowledge of selected topics from classical mechanics, quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, electrodynamics and thermal physics and be able to apply these knowledge to analyze a broad range of physical phenomena theoretically as well as experimentally.
- Students will be capable of oral and written scientific communication and will prove that they can think critically and work independently.