[vc_row][vc_column][vc_tta_tabs][vc_tta_section title=”About Dept.” tab_id=”1553408574213-c425cfd6-7858″][vc_column_text]Department of Physics was started in the year 1995. The course are split-up into 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.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Faculty Profile” tab_id=”1553408574213-d010697a-2004″][vc_column_text]

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
Vanlalruata Hnamte Designation Assistant Professor (Parttime)
Qualifications M.Sc
Specializations Solid State
Experiences 3 Years
Date of Joining this college **
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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
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