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Departments

Physics
 

Post Graduate and Research Department of Physics

         

       Established in 1967,the department of Physics has a size history of more than 40 years. The department has the credit of being the first post graduate Science Department in the college.Presently there are nine teaching staff and four  nonteaching staff in the department. Of the nine  teaching staff,  four hold Ph.D. degree in Physics. During an academic year, it caters to the academic needs of more than 60 students in Physics,The department has very well equipped laboratories for conducting all its programs. The department has been approved as a Research Centre by the Calicut University in October 2013 and is the   first  Science Department of the college to recieve this honour.

Heads of the Department    (1967-2013) 

Name

Head of the Department

Rev Sr. Aurea C M C

1967-1981

Smt. Eliamma M P

1981-2000

Smt. Alphonsa Zacharia

2000-2003

Smt. Graceamma M J

2003-2005

Smt. Annam K O

2005-2006

Smt. Rosily 

2006-2008

Dr.Sr.Ritty J .Nedumpara

2008-2016

Dr.Malini K.A

2016 onwards

 

Courses offered

 

    *  B.Sc. Physics - 48 seats

 

    *  M.Sc.Physics - 12 seats

 

    *  Ph.D Programme in Physics

   

    * Certificate Course                 

 

 

Special Highlights
  • The academic excellence of the graduated students from the department provide them with opportunities to pursue  higher studies in institutions of national importance.The academic knowledge ,experimental skill   and the research experience  provided by the department motivate our students to take up not only teachning profession  ,but also to get involve  in research programs,  apply for scientist posts etc so that science community and society are benefitted.The students also have chances to get IT related profession.

 

Programme Outcome

  • B Sc Physics

     Students graduating with B.S. in Physics should be able to:

    • Recognize how observation, experiment and theory work together to continue to expand the frontiers of knowledge of the physical universe.  
    • Use basic laboratory data analysis techniques, including distinguishing statistical and systematic errors, propagating errors, and representing data graphically
    • Convert a physical situation to a mathematical formulation, and then analyze it quantitatively.
      • Exercise the use of physical intuition and ability to guess an approximate or conceptual answer to a physics problem
      • Develop mature intuitions regarding the motions and interactions of physical bodies, including macroscopic objects, particles, and fields
      • Communicate verbally, graphically, and/or in writing the results of theoretical calculations and laboratory experiments in a clear and concise manner
    • Through the selection of electives, students will understand how those principles relate to forefront areas of research
    • Access information on a topic from a variety of sources, and be able to learn new things on one’s own

    Program specific outcome

    • To respond to life situations with a practical sense
    • To make use of our observational skills to identify the errors in a situation/system and rectify it with practical solutions 
    • To competitively apply their acquired knowledge
    • To develop a critical scientific approach to every physical /life problem
    • To have a general awareness on socially relevant issues such as energy conservation, green technology and ecofriendly thinking

    Course outcomes

    A  B Sc Physics graduate may find their future in:

    • In reputed national as well as international institutions for higher studies.
    • Various laboratories as  scientific assistants, officers legal metrology department; telecommunication filed, meteorology and climate change
    • Educational field  as teacher or trainer
    • Science communications fields
    • Small scale industries as entrepreneurs  

     

    MSc Physics

     Students graduating with M.S. in Physics should be able to:

    • Apply abstract concepts to real-world situations;
    • Apply the basic laws of physics in the areas of advanced studies,  accurately describe and predict the outcome of experiments and other observed phenomena
    • Use Mathematical approaches and  basic computational techniques for modeling physical systems including those that do not have analytical answers
    • Acquire the skill to apply simple fundamental laws to more complicated situations;
    • Develop skills in research, analysis and interpretation of  complex information thereby  familiarising them to a technology-rich, interactive environment.
    • Analyze physical systems and  identify the essential aspects of a problem, formulate a strategy for solution, make appropriate approximations, evaluate the correctness of their solution, and communicate the results clearly

    Program specific outcome

    • To interpret data so as to disseminate acquired knowledge and skills for betterment of the society
    • To make use of our observational skills so as to develop a critical scientific approach to every physical /life problem and respond to life situations with practical solutions 
    • To be aware of socially relevant issues such as energy conservation, green technology and ecofriendly thinking
    • To competitively apply their acquired knowledge inculcating a research attitude
    • To enrich their life , based on the learning methodologies and interpretational abilities

    Course Outcome:

    • To introduce students the fundamental physics of different subjects at a theoretically sophisticated level
    • To enhance problem solving skills and equip them  for exams like  GATE-Physics and CSIR-UGC exams.
    • To prepare students for a research career in physics
    • Utilize conceptual knowledge and problem-solving skills in a variety of real life situations.
    • Apply core Physics principles to solve problems in competitive exams

    Career Options

    • Research and development – as a scientist, scientific officers at various levels, officers legal metrology department; telecommunication filed, meteorology and climate change
    • Educational field  as teacher or trainer
    • Science communications fields
    • Entrepreneurs  

     

Outreach Programmes
  • Classes for students of nearby school.
  • Orientation programs for the higher secondary school teachers.
  • Annual Science exhibition- PHYSIGALA.
Innovative Teaching Techniques
  • SMART Boards in  classrooms.
  • Internet based general seminars for students.
  • LCD projector for PG classes and UG seminars.

Contact Details

Contact Person:

Dr.Malini K.A

Phone:

9495220673

Address:

Head of the Department

Post Graduate & Research Department of Physics

Vimala College, Thrissur-680009

email:
physics@vimalacollege.edu.in

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