Dr. Jayashree Singh, Ph.D
VisionTo be nationally recognized as a model of an effective and successful engineering physics program.
To be a program of choice in the region.
To have a reputation for successful research and creative activities.
To have a reputation for the success of our students and engineer graduates.
MissionTo provide a comprehensive undergraduate physics degree program.
To encourage faculty and student research.
To prepare students for their future educational and career challenges Mission.
The Department provides a full spectrum of courses coupled with mentoring and research opportunities are provided for physics and engineering students.
The Department provides courses that enhance their skills and their appreciation for science for non-physics majors.
Physics department is housed in the ground floor of B-Block, covering an area of 250 sqm.
It has a laboratory of 175 sqm with its dark room.
It is equipped with all the apparatus required as per the BPUT curriculam .
Adequate number of sets of each experiment is available so as to accommodate 30 students at a time in the laboratory.
The department has highly qualified and experience staff members for strengthening the mathematical knowledge of the students to make them suitable for studying technical course.
The Physics Lab is well equipped with advanced instruments and modern facilities for experiment & research purposes to ensure the basic concepts in fundamental sciences.→ Determination of Young's modulus by Searle's method.
→ Determination of Rigidity modulus by static method.
→ Determination of Surface tension by capillary rise method.
→ Determination of accleration due to gravity by Bar/Kater's pendulum.
→ Determination of wave length of light by Newton's ring apparatus.
→ Determination of grating element of a diffraction grating.
→ Plotting of characteristics curve of a PN junction diode.
→ Plotting of characteristics curves of BJT.
→ Verification of laws of vibration of string using sonometer.
→ Determination of wave length of laser source by diffraction grating method.
→ Study of Hall effect.
→ Study of RC circuit.
→ Study of power source output impedance.
→ Study of photoemission.
Research works on the following subjects are being carried out by the different faculties.
Fabrication and Characterization MWCNT/Conducting polymer composites for super capacitor electrodes.
"Study of Di-electric & ultrasonic properties of Methyl Ethyl Ketone in its binary & ternary mixture of polar and non polar solvents.
"Haddronic phenomena using relativistic quark model using logarithmic potential" Problems on Double Beta -Decay.