The Department of Physics imparts education in Basic Science both in theory and through experiments to provide access to fundamental concepts of Physics to engineering students. The objective is to create the basic firm foundation required by the engineers to plan for appropriate applications of the materials, objects and the material science studied under the science education which in turn provides them the tool for the choice of the proper plan for the right application.
It was started as Physics Department in 2001. The Department was mainly intended for teaching Physics for B.E courses since its inception. It has a Physics Laboratory with dark room. The Department has strived hard since its inception, in systematizing and upgrading the standards of teaching Physics to Engineering students. The Department is committed to teaching, research and service as well as achieving the highest level of professional competence.
Physics courses provide excellent training in problem solving skills as well as insight into the behavior of the universe. Physics is being applied to some of the most promising problems facing society today and has innumerable applications in Mechanical, Electrical and Civil Engineering.
To develop technological competent, socially responsible and humane engineers capable of working in multi-cultural environment.
To create an academic ambiance which will develop quality Engineers who are technically competent, socially and ethically responsible and perform better in multicultural environment.
Orientation programme was conducted for all the freshers (1st sem students) on 1st Aug 2016.
National Science Day and ISTE Student Chapter was conducted on 29th Feb 2016.
On account of National Science day celebration, technical talk (branch wise) was conducted for all the 1st year students.
“Feel Employable” programme was conducted for 1st year students during 1st – 6th Oct 2015.
Swami Vivekananda Chicago Speech was organized for 1st year students in association with Ramakrishna Ashram, Harihara on 11th Sep 2015.