The study of physics is significant because the concepts serve as the basis for more complicated concepts that apply to other sciences. In fact, they say today’s Physics is tomorrow’s engineering. In that sense, Physics has an enormous role to play in understanding and solving the world’s problems.
The Department of Physics at mLAC is well equipped to provide quality learning to all our students. We leverage our diverse strengths that include:
- Innovative teaching Styles.
- Guiding Student Projects and preparing them to participate in student Conferences.
- Helping students to publish papers in National and International Journals.
- Conducting quality Workshops for the benefit of students (UG and PG), staff, researchers, technicians.
- Capability in setting up new labs in Govt. and Rural Colleges.
- Building low cost instruments for self and other colleges.
- Popularization of Science in Schools
- Publishing Books
- Designing and Printing Work-books and manuals for Physics students of Bangalore and Tumkur University
- Interactive Lecture in rural and Govt. colleges
- Training Olympiad students in Experimental Physics
- Training Freshers for taking up teaching profession.
- Orientation program for teachers deputed from PU colleges
- Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics (PCM)
- Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science (PMC)
|Sarmistha Sahu||M.Sc||Associate Professor||Spectroscopy|
|Kala N||M.Sc||Associate Professor||Electronics|
|K S Padmashree||M.Sc||Associate Professor||Electronics|
|Gurubasamma B||M.Sc||Assistant Professor||Nuclear Physics|
|Anupama||M.Sc, M.Phil||Assistant Professor||Spectroscopy|
- To be rated as the Best Department in the University
- Introduce PG Courses
- Develop research facilities
- To initiate industry internships
|Name||Title of the Paper||Journal
and Rama M A
|Microstates of systems obeying Maxwell – Boltzmann distribution, a limiting case of Quantum Statistics! ,||(International Organization of Scientific Research) IOSR Journal of Applied Physics, ISSN No: 2278-4861, Vol.6, Issue 5, Version, September – October 2014 PP 51-55.||ISSN No: 2278-4861
DOI No. 10.9790/4861-06515155
|Sarmistha Sahu||Radioactive Branching using Dice||Creative Education, SCRIP, Vol.3, No.5, , pp 671-673, Sept 2012.in SciRes||http://www.SciRP.org/journal/ce|
|Sarmistha Sahu||Model of radioactive decay using dice,||(IOP Publishing) Frontline article - PhysEduc, 46, pp 255-256 , May 2011||http://stacks.iop.org/003/-9120/46/255
|Sarmistha Sahu||Effect of Doping on Nano Cadmium – Selenide ( CdSe) – Assessment Through UV – VIS Spectroscopy||LAJPE, (Lat. Am. J. Phys. Educ). Vol. 5, No. 1, March 2011||ISSN No. 1870-9095|
|Madhura N Murthy
and Sarmistha Sahu
|“Simulation of three level lasing system using Cuboctahedron”||Physics Education, Vol. 6, Issue 5, Version 1, pp 51-55, Sept-Oct 2013.||ISSN No.-2278-4861|
and Minal Gupta
|Simulation of Radioactive Decay using Dice||(Indian Association of Physics Association), IAPT Bulletin Vol.3 Number 2, Feb 2011||ISSN 2277-8950|
|Sarmistha Sahu||Birefrigence of Mica Resonance , Volume 15 Number 2, Feb 2010 ,Pgs165-169||22.214.171.124
and Kala N
|Value Education towards Empowerment ofYouth –a Holistic Approach,||International Scopus indexed Procedia- Social and Behavioral Sciences , Elsevier Ltd.1877-0428 c 2015||www.elsevier.com/locate/procedia
ISSN 172 (2015)192-199