Department of Physics

About Department

Department of Physics is one of the leading departments of the School of Physical Sciences which is committed to create a centre of excellence in science & technology by providing quality education through effective teaching, learning and evaluation processes using digital mode of technology. Faculty members of the Department are actively engaged in several up-thrust research areas including multiferroic materials, magnetic memory devices, thin film nanomagnetism, Metal/Semiconductor Interfaces, Heusler alloys based structures, tailoring of magnetic interfaces via swift heavy ions, Laser Raman Spectroscopy, Density Functional Theoretical calculations, Graphene Nanomaterials, Chalcogenide glasses, Phase change materials, energy storage and conversion devices like rechargeable batteries, supercapacitors, fabrication of Photonic Devices - Solar Cell, Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs) and Photodetectors, hydrogen storage devices, Supercapacitors based graphene nanomaterials as electrode, etc. by utilizing several nano-materials/composites, clean, green and low cost bio-waste materials based activated charcoal for its applications in energy storage and water treatment. Unending efforts are being made by the department to develop the well equipped research and academic laboratories.