DEPARTMENT OF Applied Physics
The Department of Applied Physics has been providing quality teaching and expert advice. Our academic and technical staff members are well equipped with the best qualifications and experience to meet the University's expectations. The Department always strives to stay abreast of technology growth and development and recognizes the fact that learning is a multifaceted continuous process. The Department has excellent laboratory with advanced facilities. All staff members are highly committed and they work together to achieve our common goal: The development of students' minds and skills as well as providing a basis for their personal, social and cognitive development.
Short Term Goal
- Developing new methodology of teaching.
- Creation of practical skills and knowledge related environment around students and to give problem –oriented assignment and providing basic facilities and guidance.
- Maintenance of the laboratory equipments, stock of chemicals to meet the requirements of the students.
- Development of some projects in the department which may be useful for the students of 1st year at their level of skill and working.
Long Term Goals
- To develop critical & analytical abilities.
- To motivate the students for extra curricular activities.
- To develop the ability to relate & use technical knowledge in real life situations.
- More Interaction/Collaboration with the scientists and institutions of national and international repute.
|Qualification||Experience||Contact No.||Email ID|
|01||Dr. Ritu Shrivastava||Assistant Professor||M.Sc, M.phil, Ph.D(RSU, Raipur)||11 Yearsemail@example.com|
|02||Mrs. Anjali Rao||Assistant Professor||M.Sc, Ph.D(Registered RSU, Raipur)||7 Yearsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
List of Supporting Staff
|01||Mr. Gopal Deshmukh||Lab. Technician||B.SC.||3 years||8878813773|
|Sr.No.||Name of Experiment||Find|
|01||Newton’s Circular Fringes||Wavelength of given Monochromatic light source|
|02||Plane transmission Grating||Wavelength of main spectral line of mercury lamp|
|03||Laser light||The value of Grating element|
|04||Optical Fibre||Numerical Aperture of the given fibre cable and Banding loss|
|05||Spectrometer||The Dispersive Power of Prism|
|06||Nodal Slide||Focal length of the combination of two convergent lenses|
|08||Polarimeter||Specific rotation of sugar solution|
|09||Semiconductor||Energy band gap of given diode|
|10||Hall Effect||Hall Coefficient of given Semiconductor|
|11||Logic gate||To study the Boolean Algebraic theorem|
|12||Four-point probe method||Energy band gap of given semiconductor|
|13||Fly Wheel||Moment of inertia|
|14||Capillary rise method||Surface tension of water|
|15||Stoke’s Method||Coefficient of viscosity of glycerin|
|16||Bar Pendulum||The value of “g” at laboratory|
|17||Sonometer||Frequency of A.C. main|
|18||J.J. Thomson’s (e/m) Method||The value of Specific charge of electron|
|19||Lee’s Disc Method||Coefficient of thermal conductivity|
Achievements of Faculty Members
|Conference /Seminar||Paper Published National/ International||Workshop|
|01||Dr. Ritu Shrivastava||06||09||03|