Department of Physics has well equipped advanced electronics laboratory as a part of M. Sc. Physics curriculum. The aim is to provide the knowledge of basic concepts & operation of electronic devices & circuits. We encourage the students to build their circuits on breadboard using electronic components, ICs, power supplies, and other electronic equipment. It also provides logic level realization of different digital circuit such as logic gates, flip-flops, counters, registers, multiplexers, de-multiplexers etc. This laboratory enables our students to learn prototyping, soldering wiring and testing their own circuits.

Major equipment:

  • Semiconductor/Zener diode/Tunnel diode characteristics
  • Construction of adder, subtracter, differentiator, and integrator circuits using the given OP-Amp.
  • Junction-gate field-effect transistor JFET.
  • Astable multivibrator circuit using transistor.
  • FET amplifier with common source configuration.
  • Analog to Digital and Digital to Analog convertors.
  • low-pass and high pass filter
  • Dmorgan’s law using Logic Gates circuit.
  • Amplitude Modulation and Frequency Modulation.
  • Logic and Arithmetic operations on ALU system.
  • Encoders and Decoders.
  • Left and right shift registers.
  • Counters and Ring counters.
  • Thermal coefficient of a thermistor.
  • Atomic physics is the study of atoms as an isolated system of electrons and an atomic nucleus, molecular physics is the study of the physical properties of molecules, while nuclear physics considers atomic nuclei alone. In this lab we focus on the applications of emission, absorption, scattering of electromagnetic radiation (light) from excited atoms and molecules, analysis of spectroscopy, lasers and masers, and the optical properties of matter in general, in this lab. In Nuclear physics, we focus on experiments on G.M. counter and detector and Scintillator counter etc.

    Major Equipment:

  • Febry Perot interferometer,
  • Frank-Hertz experiments,
  • Electron-spin resonance (E.S.R.) spectrometer,
  • Ionization Potential of Lithium,
  • Gamma ray spectra,
  • Planck’s constant using Photocell and interference filters,
  • G.M. counter and detector
  • Scintillator counter
  • Four probe method, curie-weiss law for the electrical susceptibility, charge carrier density and Hall coefficient by Hall effect, Quink ‘s tube method, dielectric constant of a material with Microwave set up, velocity of ultrasonic wave in liquids, Lattice dynamic kit, X-Ray Apparatus.

    The main aim of lab is to solve physics problems using numerical methods with C++ . We have well established Computational Simulation Laboratory equipped with around 56 computers in lab and Infrastructure is equipped for conducting seminars and online tests. BIOVIA Materials Studio which is a complete modeling and simulation environment installed in lab is designed to allow researchers in materials science and chemistry to predict and understand the relationships of a material’s atomic and molecular structure with its properties and behavior.

    Department of Physics has well equipped Physics laboratory for B.Sc. Hons. and B.Tech. Students. The laboratory experiments offer an opportunity to students to familiarize with the various instruments and finds application in industry, engineering, and everyday life. The experiments are based mainly upon Optics, Semiconductor, Electricity & Magnetism, Modern Physics and Solid State Physics which are the parts of theory course. Students will be required to perform at least 10 experiments out of the list in each semester.

    Some important Physics Lab equipment includes:

  • Semiconductor/Zener diode/Photo cell/Solar cell/LED characteristics
  • Velocity of Ultrasonics
  • Band gap and carriers charge density
  • Magnetic field on the axis of circular coil
  • Plane transmission grating
  • Dielectric constant
  • Refractive index of glass
  • Michelson interferomete