The Department of Physics was started in 1964 and was upgraded to degree level in 1998. Right from its inception, Physics Department occupies a prime position in the academic scenario of the College. Prof. V. C. Thankachan was the first Physics lecturer of the college. He was followed by Prof. Nazar Kunju, Prof. Kunjiraman, Prof. K. Vikraman Nair, Prof. M. Abdul Sathar and Dr. L. Abdul Khalam. Prof. M. Abdul Sathar become the Principal of the College during the period 2006 - 2008 and 2010 - 2014. Now the department of Physics is headed by Mr. Sree Roop S. S. The Department offers B.Sc. Degree in Physics with Mathematics and Electronics as complimentary courses.
The department laboratories are equipped with sophisticated instruments to enhance the practical skills of students. The department has a well equipped Micro Ceramic research laboratory. Faculty members and students use this lab to pursue research in material science, specifically in the area of Electronic Ceramics. It houses equipments procured under the UGC and KSCSTE research projects. So far the department has conducted many National Seminars, Science talks, Exhibitions and Group discussions.
The Department of Physics aims to provide opportunities for all students to develop employability and enterprise skills to achieve their career potential and satisfy employer needs.
|The department offers First Degree Programme in Physics with Mathematics and Electronics as complimentary courses.|
National Seminars Conducted by the Department
|1||2011||Electronic Waste Management (MEW)||UGC|
|2||2014||Research Instrumentation for Interdisciplinary Science (RIISC)||UGC|
The department has a highly sophisticated Micro Ceramic Research Laboratory. Faculty members and students use this lab to pursue research in material science, specifically in the area of Electronic Ceramics. It houses equipments procured under the UGC and KSCSTE research projects. The research programs of the Department cover a number of areas like microwave dielectric ceramics, low frequency LCR measurements, holography, etc. The head of the department Dr. L. Abdul Khalam is an authorised research guide under Kerala University in the field of microwave dielectric materials.
1. Dr. L. Abdul Khalam
Jose James, Lamrath Abdul Khalam, Mailadil Thomas Sebastian, “Microwave dielectric Fergusonite ceramics in the Mg-M-Nb-O system (M=La, Pr, Nb, Sm, Eu, Gd, Tb, Dy, Ho, Y, Er and Yb)”, (Applied for U.S Patent, Indian File No. 0283 NF 2006).
|1||Dr. L. Abdul Khalam||Tuning the electrical properties of Magnesium Niobates as Dielectric Resonators/ substrates in Wireless Communications||Major Research Project||KSTEC||Completed|
|2||Dr. L. Abdul Khalam||Dopant effect and cation substitution on the dielectric properties of Sr(RE1/2Ta1/2)O3 microwave ceramics||Minor Research Project||UGC||Completed|
|3||Dr. L. Abdul Khalam||Electrical Properties of High-K Materials||Minor Research Project||UGC||Completed|
|4||Sree Roop S S||Study on the Molecular weight Variations of Methylene Blue Dye Sensitised Polivinyl Alcohol Acrylamide Polymers for Holographic Applications||Minor Research Project||UGC||Completed|
|Sl.No.||Name of Faculty||Papers presented in International seminars/conferences||Papers presented in National seminars/conferences||Research papers published|
|1||Dr. L. Abdul Khalam||1||11||20|
|2||Sree Roop S S||1||3||2|
|3||Shafeer Khan S||2||1|
|4||Kiran C G||2||1|
|Sl.No.||Name of Faculty||Participation in International seminars/conferences||Participation in National seminars/conferences||Participation in Workshops|
|1||Dr. L. Abdul Khalam||19||12|
|2||Sree Roop S S||5||2|
|3||Shafeer Khan S||4|
|4||Kiran C G||5||1|