Welcome to Faculty of Physical Sciences
The Faculty of Physical Sciences consists of three departments namely, Department of Physics, Department of Chemistry and Department of Mathematics. In the academic year 2014-15 the faculty started its academic activity with undergraduate course B.Sc (Non medical). In the subsequent year, one undergraduate course B.Sc (Hons) in Mathematics and three postgraduate courses M.Sc (Physics), M.Sc (Chemistry) and M.Sc. (Applied Mathematics) were started.
At present, the faculty has 20 full-time faculty members consisting of two Professors, three Associate Professors and sixteen Assistant Professors. It is due to the dedicated efforts of the faculty members, valuable guidance of the distinguished personalities, timely support of University authorities and un-quenching curiosity and enthusiasm of students, that the faculty is progressing rapidly in its academic pursuits and frontline research. With this enthusiasm, the faculty introduced new courses, M.Sc. (Nanoscience and Nanotechnology) and Ph.D. in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics from the academic session 2017-18.
Most faculty members in are doctorate. More than half of the faculty members have good number of years of international exposure in various Universities and Research and Development Organizations. Therefore under the guidance of these august faculty members, the students of Faculty of Physical Sciences will be better oriented to understand the recent trends in Research and Development.
Since time immemorial, the pursuit of mankind is almost same but in the process of coming of age we have gathered enormous information and knowledge about the matter and in addition to this now we are in a better position with respect to how properties of matter can be exploited for the benefits of mankind. The science or information that has been gathered along this journey is known as Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. Even the most sought after technologies in modern world bearing an altogether different nomenclature have same progenitor, i.e., Chemistry and Physics. For the invention and innovation of existing and new technologies the knowledge of Chemistry and Physics is not only necessary but it also gives clues for altogether new thinking paradigm.