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The department of physics have well equipped labs for the UG, PG and Ph.D.

M.Sc. Physics Lab

Department of Physics have separate labs for the both B.Sc. and M.Sc. courses. M.Sc. Physics lab is well equipped with advanced equipments based on Electronics, Fiber Optics, Opto- Electronic devices, lasers such as V-I characteristics of JFET, MOSFET, SCR, UJT, Propagation of light through optical fiber, characteristics of LED, Photo Diode, analog to digital convertor, digital to analog convertor, Characteristics of Inverting and non-inverting operational amplifier , frequency of A.C. signal using CRO etc along with the experiments based on nuclear physics and solid-state physics such as absorption coefficients of given materials using GM counter, determination of Curie Temperature of ferroelectric and ferromagnetic materials, B-H curve measurement and mechanics experiments. By performing useful experiments, students learn about basic concepts of electronics, solid state physics, radiation physic, nuclear physics, optical phenomenon, electronic devices and their practical applications

B.Sc. Physics Lab

B.Sc. Physics lab is well equipped with Optics, Electronics, Mechanics & Electricity and Magnetism experiments. In optics experiments based on Interference, diffraction and polarization of light and optical Instruments. The Electronics experiments for B.Sc. students include Semiconductor Diode and transistor characteristics, Hartley oscillator and many more which is useful for UG students. The mechanics experiments include Determination of Moment of Inertia of a Fly Wheel, Acceleration due to gravity by Bar Pendulum etc. The Electricity and Magnetism experiments includes Frequency of A.C. by Electric Vibrator, Frequency of A.C. by Sono-meter and Electromagnet etc. By performing useful experiments, students learn the basic concepts of electronics, optical phenomenon and to determine the physical quantities such as acceleration due to gravity, frequency of alternating current etc. and the physical concepts behind them