The Department of Physics has fully equipped ICD/Diploma, UG, PG, and Research Labs to cater the needs of students and Research scholars. Following labs are existing in the department.

  • Well-equipped ICD Labs
  • Applied Physics Lab.
  • Physics of Material Lab.
  • M.Sc. Physics Lab.
  • Computational Physics Lab.
  • Dark Room (For Optics experiment)
  • Research Lab-I (Material Synthesis Lab.)
  • Research Lab-II (Radiation and Nuclear Physics Lab.)
  • Research Lab-III (EM-Wave Interaction Lab.)
  • Computational Material Science Lab.

These labs are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment to facilitate advanced experiments and research. Here are some of the major equipment present in the department:

  • Electron Beam Gun (Kimble Physics): This equipment provides an electron beam with an energy range of up to 100keV. It is commonly used for various nuclear physics experiments.
  • Microprocessor Controlled High-Temperature Furnace: This furnace is equipped with a microprocessor-based control system, allowing precise temperature control for high-temperature experiments, material synthesis, or sample characterization at elevated temperatures.
  • Centrifugal Machine: A centrifugal machine is used for separating components of different densities or for sedimentation processes. It finds applications in various fields, including sample preparation and separation of materials.
  • High Resistance Meter (HP): This instrument is designed to measure high resistances accurately. It is commonly used in electrical and electronic characterization experiments, where the resistance values are expected to be in the high range.
  • Constant Current Source (HP): A constant current source provides a stable and regulated current output. It is useful in various experiments requiring a constant current, such as electrical conductivity measurements or circuit analysis.
  • Precision Impedance Analyzer: Impedance analyzers are used to measure the electrical impedance of a circuit or a material. They enable the characterization of electrical properties, including resistance, capacitance, and inductance, over a wide frequency range.
  • LCR Meters (Tinsley-Forbes): LCR (Inductance-Capacitance-Resistance) meters are versatile instruments used for measuring and analyzing the electrical properties of passive components, such as inductors, capacitors, and resistors.
  • Hot Air Oven and Vacuum Oven with Microprocessor-Based Control: These ovens are designed for precise temperature control in heating or drying processes. The microprocessor-based control ensures accurate and consistent temperature settings.
  • Microwave for Synthesis: A microwave unit used for synthesis purposes. Microwaves are commonly employed in various chemical and material synthesis techniques, offering fast and efficient heating.
  • Gamry Interface 1000 (Electrochemical Station): This instrument is used for electrochemical measurements and analysis, including cyclic voltammetry, impedance spectroscopy, and potentiostatic/galvanostatic techniques.
  • Tel-X-Ometer (XRD): Tel-X-Ometer is an X-ray diffraction (XRD) instrument used for analyzing the crystal structure of materials. It provides valuable information about the arrangement of atoms within a sample.
  • Laser Raman Spectrometer: A laser Raman spectrometer enables the study of molecular vibrations and interactions within a sample by analyzing the inelastic scattering of laser light.
  • Nuclear Detector: Nuclear detectors are used to detect and measure nuclear radiation, including alpha particles, beta particles, and gamma rays. They find applications in various fields, including radiation safety and nuclear physics experiments.
  • VNA (Vector Network Analyzer) and Microwave Bench with Accessories: A VNA, along with a microwave bench, is commonly used for the analysis and characterization of dielectric materials.
  • Scintillation Spectrometer: Scintillation spectrometers are used for detecting and measuring the energy of gamma rays or other high-energy particles. They find applications in radiation detection, nuclear physics, and medical imaging.
  • Hall Effect Setup for Metals and Semiconductors: Hall effect setups are used to study the Hall effect, which characterizes the behavior of electric currents in the presence of a magnetic field.