The Department of Physics was started in the year 2003 as part of the self-financed stream of MCC. The Department now offers 3 year B.Sc. (Physics) degree programme under choice based credit system.
With an increasingly knowledge based economy and the perennial need for qualified manpower in pure science in general and Physics in particular, there is a vast opportunity for Physics graduates. Besides teaching career in schools and technical institutions, Physics graduates can look forward to a fruitful career in Research and Development and in some sectors of the knowledge based new economy. As a department, we believe in the overall development of the students-from academics to spiritual, so that the student may be able to succeed in all spheres of life.
The Department offers a 3 year B.Sc. Physics degree programme under Choice Based Credit System.
Course Structure & Curriculum:
The Department goals are translated into the academic programs by conducting intercollegiate events, seminar, symposium etc. The Department follows the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) allotting credits for theory (six hours/ week) and practical work (four hours per week). Almost 70% of the course material focuses on experimental learning for overall development of students. The board of studies consists of 3 externals, 1 internal and 3 student representatives. The externals include university nominee and two subject experts.
The Course syllabi are revised periodically once in 3 years depending upon feedbacks and advices from students as well as external experts (latest revision in 2013).
PAPERS OFFERED BY THE DEPARTMENT
- Mechanics and Properties of Matter
- Heat and Thermodynamics
- Electricity and Magnetism
- Wave Physics and Numerical Methods
- Physics of Appliances and Devices
- Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques
- Electronic Circuits and communications
- Atomic Physics and Spectroscopy
- Programming in C
- Quantum Physics and Relativity
- Nuclear Physics
- Material Physics
- Digital and Analogy Circuits
- Microprocessor and its Applications
- Choice to opt allied courses in Chemistry/Computer Science for the 2nd year
- Project work in final year
- Industrial collaboration
- Industrial Visit
The 3rd year students will be doing their project work in the 6th semester.
Practicals & Project work:
Department of Physics is provided with upgraded laboratory facilities for Physics students. Students are given hands on training in General Physics, Optics and Electricity and Electronics experiments. Practical sessions are allotted as per the credits given to the students in each year. Project work (2 credits) for the final year UG students is a compulsory component which helps them to gain research knowledge and paving the way for research in future.
- Two days workshop was held for III B.Sc., students on 25.07.2017 and 26.07.2017 from 2:00pm – 4:00pm. Dr. Barla delivered a speech to motivate the students in their studies.
- Guest Lectures were arranged on 12.01.2017 and 13.01.2017 for the students in the Margaret Hall from 2pm - 4:30 pm for a better understanding of Physics. Dr. Venkatesh Gopal, Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Schaible science Centre, Elmhurst delivered speech on research in Physics and modern education.
- An orientation on Career prospects in Physics was given by Dr. N.Vijayan on 22nd March 2017.
- Orientation on career options for B.Sc., Physics students were given on 21st July 2017 by Dr. Rabhani, Director, School of Continuing Education at Anderson Hall.
T. Hannah Clara
Head of the Department
J. Christina Jebapriya