The department of physics was established in 2009 at non grant basis. The department of was granted at 2014. The department has two highly qualified and dedicated faculty members. Both faculty members are doctorate. Department offers courses for undergraduate student. The faculties are actively engaged in research activity. Some of the research area of interest nanotechnology and biophysics. Student visit at university and college level for their holistic development also department has MoU with different colleges. The Student association department has “ Elixir” activities association provides unique platform for all the students for their innovative ideas and actively like seminar, debate, drawing, poster , life green class activity to create the awareness among the students for social responsibilities to the society.
Physics is a fascinating subject to study at college level, for a wide variety of reasons and it is also an important element in the education of chemists, engineers and computer scientists, as well as practitioners of the other physical and biomedical sciences.Physics builds the fundamental knowledge needed for the future technological advances,develops problem solving skills in students and provides more job opportunities in various fields.Its aim is to understand the fundamental principles that describe and govern all physical aspects of the universe. Physicists investigate by means of controlled experimentation and mathematical analysis. Physics includes the study of systems ranging from subatomic particles to the largest galaxies. It plays an important role in many of the liberal arts disciplines and contributes to society’s development.Recognizing the importance of physics in contemporary life and the need to keep abreast of rapid technological advances, the department strives to give students not only an understanding of basic concepts, but also insights into recent developments.. It also provides flexibility, serving as a stepping stone to advanced work in related areas such as astronomy, engineering, materials science, atmospheric science and meteorology, oceanography, biophysics, environmental science and the medical and health-related fields.