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Department of Physics

General Information

About Department

The Department of Physics of Netaji Subhas University of Technology (formerly Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology) was established in the year 1983 under the school of applied Sciences. It was created as a separate department in December 2013. The department primarily caters to the teaching requirement of various courses in Physics which form essential component of all undergraduate programmes (Theory and Practical) in the first and second semester at the University. The department also offers M.Sc. Physics course of two years at PG level with Dissertation/Project work in final semester. In addition to the teaching responsibilities, the department is actively involved in the for the Ph.D. Programme in Physics in collaboration with institutions like University of Delhi, NPL, Jamia Milia Islamia, JNU, IIT Delhi etc.


Courses offered at UG level

The department teaches Physics basic course at UG level with practical for semester One in all the Engineering Branches. The course Electrical Engineering Material is being thought in 2nd semester Division of Electrical and Communication Engineering and the course Physics of Material is being thought for Division of Instrumentation and Control Engineering and Division of Biological Sciences in 2nd semester and one core course of Applied Physics has been prescribed for the Computational Mathematics.

To keep in the pace with the current technological advancements, the UG curriculum has been recently modified.


Courses offered at PG level

The M.Sc. Physics programme is a specialized PG level course offered by department of physics. Master of Science is a 2-year post-graduate programme with an intake of sixty seats in each academic session. This PG course will offer knowledge and practical training on the advance level with emphasise on the fundamental learning in physics. The structural design of this course helps to train the students for academic excellence with practical skills which requires for leading scientific community.


Doctoral Programme (Ph.D.)

The department of physics offers a full time Ph.D. programme in various fields of experimental material science. The Ph.D. Physics programme comprises of research-based courses that are practised. Experimental characterization techniques, materials science and nano materials are among the topics covered in the course.