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Faculty of Basic Sciences

Salient Features:

The academic programme of this faculty has been designed to meet the requirement of the latest technological developments and envisages to become state-of-the-art department with high quality education and cutting edge interdisciplinary research in science.

The novelty of this programme lies in its interdisciplinary approach, strong flavour of engineering, exposure to disciplines in the Basic Sciences.

The Faculty of Basic Science has a special mission to foster collaborative, interdisciplinary research in different areas of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics that will address the future needs of the society.

Basic Science and Researches are recognized as the single most important tool in creating a pool of thinkers and world leaders in Science and Technology. In India, basic science and research has gained popularity and relevance in higher education through various governmental initiatives like KVPY, NTSE, and setting up of institutions like IISER, NPL, ISRO, TIFR, Solar Power Plants, Nuclear Power Plants etc.

Currently, Faculty of basic Science offers Bachelors, Masters, and Ph.D. programmes in the domain of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

Courses Offered:  

Course 

Eligibility

B.Sc. Maths 

10+2 (PCM) Pass with minimum 45%

B.Sc. (Hons.) Computer Sc.

10+2 (PCM) Pass with minimum 45%

M.Sc. 

(Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics)

B.Sc. in relevant subject or equivalent with minimum of 45% Marks (40% for reserved categories)

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Major Research areas:

Physics: Space Physics, Materials Science (Nano materials, Polymer Composite),Solid State Physics (Superconductivity, Photo-electronics)

Chemistry: Synthetic Inorganic & Organic Chemistry, Solid State & Materials Chemistry, Medicinal Plant, Polymer Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry and Ultrasonic Studies.

Mathematics: Fluid Mechanics, Cosmology, Fixed point theory, Special Function.

 

Infrastructure / Laboratory: 

Physics labs

Physics labs provide the opportunities to the students to learn the concepts of physics by performing experiments. Three basic Labs for different courses Physics Lab-I and Physics Lab-II are being offered to undergraduate students and one lab for postgraduate students. The experiments were chosen cover the wide spectrum of Physics viz wave optics, electricity & magnetism, radiations, dielectrics, magnetic materials, semiconductors, optical fibres, laser, properties of matter, thermodynamics, electronics, spectroscopy etc.

Chemistry labs 

 

Some Major Equipment of Labs
  • Hall Measurement System
  • Calorimeter and Copper boiler with thermometer
  • Half shade polarimeter
  • The absorption spectrum of iodine vapours by CDS apparatus
  • Alkali or alkaline spectra using grating spectrometer setup
  • Newton’s ring and Michelson’s Interferometer
  • Microscopes and Telescopes
  • Spectrometers
  • Viscosity apparatus
  • Air resonance set up
  • Determination of Planck’s constant setup
  • Determination of e/m using Thomson’s method setup
  • Determination of e by Millikan’s method apparatus
  • Spectra of hydrogen and deuterium (Rydberg constant and ratio of masses of electron to proton) measuring apparatus
  • B-H curve apparatus of ferromagnetic material with CRO
  • G-M Counter
  • Dielectric Setup
  • Four probe method setup
  • Phase Shift Keyed output and also to demodulate the PSK output apparatus
  • Di-electric constant (Liquid) at high frequency by Lecher wires apparatus
  • Babinet compensator
  • Determination of the refractive index of liquid using Spectrometer setup
  • Determination of Young’s Modulus, modulus of Rigidity and Poisson’s ratio by Searle’s apparatus.
  • Ferroelectric transition in TGS crystal and measurement of Curie temperature apparatus
  • Determine Stefan constant setup

Hence, we focus on building the foundations of programming so that every student can become a successful entrepreneur of tomorrow. To do so, we encourage our students to go beyond the classroom learning, participate in scientific events explore the real-life problems faced by people in the neighbourhood as well as from other corners of the world. For this we believe that student should not just focus on learning the theories, building applications from what has been learnt but be a good human being.

Job Opportunity

Physical science provides the job opportunities in various fields i.e. Scientists, Teachers, Professors, States & Central Government employee, Junior research fellow & senior research fellowships in prestigious research institutes of India and aboard.