Non-Engineering Departments

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

Located in the western wing of the main block of the College, Department of Physics has a rare distinction of being one of the oldest departments of the college.

Physics, the fundamental building block of all disciplines of Engineering has a pivotal role in the development of engineering solutions to contemporary problems in the physical sciences by applying fundamental principles. It is not confined to a particular discipline of Engineering but a thread weaved through the whole technological domain. Engineering Physics provide a thorough grounding in the realm of Modern Optics, Quantum Physics, Superconductivity, Acoustics, Crystallography, Semiconductor physics and Nanotechnology.

The experimental methods followed in the Physics lab opens up a new arena for the budding Engineers to start and proceed with manual measurement practices that naturally enhance their dexterity which is an essential skill requirement for their advanced technical procedures.

 

Physics Department Faculty

No. Name Designation Contact Details
1R.A. Abdul JamalAssociate Professor and HOD9495419731
2Vasanthakumar E.GAssistant Professor9744207312 , 0487-2448344
3Jestin M.GAssistant Professor9446382806
4Rajesh P.MAssistant Professor9495634195
5Prasanth PAssistant Professor9349999940
6Dr. Manoj R.Assistant Professor9605510350
7P. D. AnthonyNon Technical Attender9744401572

Facilities available in the Department :

  • Measurement of numerical aperture and attenuation in optical fibers
  • Determination of specific rotatory power and purity of optically active liquids
  • Measurement of thickness of thin films, papers and diameter of very thin wires
  • Refractive Indices of transparent liquids (Interference method)
  • Spectrum analysis using spectrometer
  • Study of characteristics of Transistors, Zener diodes,LED and solar cells
  • Acoustic Grating studies using Ultrasonic Diffractometer
  • Study of vibrations in transverse and longitudinal modes
  • Polarization studies with quartz Prism