Department of Physics was started in the year 1995. The course is split up semester-wise.

Physicists are trained to solve a wide range of problems. That’s why graduates have gone on to explore careers in such diverse areas such as:

  • Telecommunications
  • Microelectronics
  • Nuclear Power and Instrumentation
  • Cryogenics
  • Astronomy
  • Geophysics Medical Physics
  • Materials Science
  • Computing
  • Teaching
  • Business
  • Finance and Management

There are various job opportunities available for a B.Sc degree holder in both public sector & private sector organizations. In this developing era the need of such talents is also on the rise.

Faculty Profile

Dr. PK Roy
Vanlalruata Hnamte Designation Associate Professor
Qualifications M.Sc, PhD
Specializations Solid State
Experiences 24 Years
Date of Joining this college **

 

Dr. Lalnunpuia
Vanlalruata Hnamte Designation Associate Professor
Qualifications M.Sc, PhD
Specializations Solid State
Experiences 22 Years
Date of Joining this college **

 

Mr. Lalthanpuia
Vanlalruata Hnamte Designation Associate Professor
Qualifications M.Sc
Specializations Laser
Experiences 22 Years
Date of Joining this college **

 

Mr. J. Lalramnghaka
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualifications M.Sc
Specializations Solid State
Experiences 5 Years
Date of Joining this college **

Syllabus Details

Course Code Name of Subjects Type
 

First Semester

 

PH101 Mechanics and Thermodynamics Theory
PH101(i) Laboratory – I Practical
 

Second Semester

 

PH201 Oscillations, Accoustics and Optics Theory
PH201(i) Laboratory – II Practical
 

Third Semester

 

PH301 Electromagnetism, Quantum Mechanics – I & Electronics – I Theory
PH301(i) Laboratory – III Practical
 

Fourth Semester

 

PH401 Atomic, Nuclear Physics – I and Solid State Physics – I Theory
PH401(i) Laboratory – IV Practical
 

Fifth Semester

 

PH501 Mathematical Physics – I Theory
PH502 Quantum Mechanics – II Theory
PH503 Classical Mechanics nd Thermal Physics Theory
PH503(i) Laboratory – V Practical
Optional (Any one from below)
PH504(a) Spectroscopy Theory
PH504(b) C Language and Numerical Methods Theory
PH504(i) Laboratory – VI Practical
 

Sixth Semester

 

PH601 Mathematical Physics II Theory
PH602 Nuclear Physics II Theory
PH603 Electromagnetic Theory Theory
PH603(i) Laboratory – VII Practical
Optional (Any one from below)
PH604(a) Solid State Physics – II Theory
PH604(b) Electronics – II Theory
PH604(i) Laboratory – VIII Practical