Physics Department

About the Department

Welcome to the Department of Physics web pages. These pages are designed to give you an introduction to our undergraduate and postgraduate courses, syllabi, faculty and our activities.

Physics Department of M.L.S.M.College was started in 1980 with the introduction of B.Sc. course. Now it offers courses at undergraduate and postgraduate (Introduced in 2010) levels.

Housed in a spacious building of Lalit Sen Institute of Business Education and Technology(LSIBET) it has four well equipped laboratories (Two for UG and two for PG Classes) , one computational laboratory with internet facility and one dark room. The department has one smart lecture theater for Postgraduate students.

During an academic year, it caters to the academic needs of around 800 students specializing in Physics at UG level and 80 students at PG Level.

The courses taught in UG are Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, Statistical Physics, Vibrations and Waves, Optics, Laser Physics, Nuclear and Particle Physics, Electronics, Solid State Physics, Digital Electronics, Mathematical Physics, Computational Physics and Energy Study etc.

The courses in PG are Mathematical Physics, Classical Mechanics, Computational Methods in Physics, Quantum Mechanics-1, Condensed Matter Physics, Statistical Physics, Electrodynamics, Quantum Mechanics-II, Material Science, Nuclear Physics, High Energy Physics, Electronics –II, Nano Physics, Opto – Electronics etc. There are about 2000 books of physics in the college library.

The department has produced a large number of Graduate and Post Graduate students since its establishment and these students have excelled in different fields and made the institution proud.

The Objectives of the department:

1. Provide the student with a broad spectrum of Physics courses.
2. Emphasize the role of Physics in life and other discipline (Chemistry ,Mathematics and Biology)
3. Develop the ability of the students to conduct, observe, analyzes and report an experiment.
4. Develop the ability of the students to deal with physical models and formulae mathematically.
5. Provide the student with different practical, intellectual and transferable skills.
Faculty members are actively involved in the syllabus framing and restructuring at the University level as Board of Study’s members.
One minor research project funded by the UGC has been awarded.
The College organized a 7 days science Camp “INSPIRE” funded by DST, for the students of 11th and 12th class, to inculcate interest in pure science . Physics department participated actively in its organization.
Faculty members regularly participate in International/ National seminars and conferences.


Name : Mr. Ajay Kapoor (H.O.D.)

Email :

Mobile No. : 9418544045

Qualification : M.Sc., M.Phil.
Name : Mr. Vivek Vaidya

Email :

Mobile No. : 9418560068

Qualification : M.Sc., M.Phil.
Name : Dr. Kameshwar Kumar

Email :

Mobile No. : 9418352006

Qualification : M.Sc., M.Phil. Ph. D.
Name : Dr. Vinod Kumar

Email :

Mobile No. : 9418488016

Qualification : M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.
Name : Mr. Dharmender Rana

Email :

Mobile No. : 9459973212

Qualification : M.Sc. (CSIR-JRF, GATE)
Name : Dr. Mainika

Email :

Mobile No. : 9418190667

Qualification : M.Sc., M.Phil. Ph.D.
Name : Dr. Kuldeep Singh

Email :

Mobile No. : 9418180788

Qualification : M.Sc. Ph.D, (NET-JRF)
Name : Dr. Ashish Gautam

Email :

Mobile No. : 9418302313

Qualification : M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.


M.Sc. Physics First Semester, 2017 Time Table Download File.. Dated : Jul 21, 2017
M.Sc. II & IV Semester Final Practical's Examination Schedule Download File.. Dated : Jul 20, 2017
Candidates called for Counselling of M.Sc. Physics to be held on 18-07-2017 Download File.. Dated : Jul 17, 2017
Admission to M.Sc. Physics Programme 2017 Download File.. Dated : Jul 12, 2017
Notice for M.Sc. Practical Examination Download File.. Dated : Jul 06, 2017


Science Day Celebration:

National Science Day is being celebrated every year on 28th February by the Physics Club of the Department of Physics, to widely spread a message about the importance of science in the daily life of the people. Activities like quiz, lecture, competitions, etc. are conducted in the college/department every year.

This year an Inter Faculty Quiz and Poster making Competition were organized by the Physics Club.

The theme of the year (2017 ) science day celebrations was “Science and Technology for Specially Abled Persons”

Posted on : 7/10/2017 12:00:00 AM

Physics Laboratory

All of the laws of physics are expressions of experimentally observed regularities in nature. In the laboratory you will have an opportunity to observe and discover those regularities directly. Laboratory work is a very important part of a course in General Physics. It reinforces the student’s understanding of fundamental concepts and principles while, at the same time, helping the student to develop skill in carrying out scientific measurements. For these reasons, the successful completion of the laboratory component will be required of every student.

Laboratory work is the heart of physics and experimenting is the most effective way of learning. Physics lab at M. L. S. M. College is well equipped to nurture and facilitate effective learning and is divided into- UG Lab for B.Sc. students and PG Lab for M.Sc. Students and it is equipped with state-of-the art equipment’s for demonstration experiments for all areas of physics related directly to mechanics, solid state, electronics, thermodynamics, optics and computational physics.

Physics Department has six laboratories.

For Under Graduate students:2 Labs
Post Graduate students: 2 Labs
Dark Room (To perform experiment of optics) 1 Lab
Computational Laboratory (With 10 Computers) 1 Lab

The lab has a wide variety of instruments like low power Helium-Neon laser, Semiconductor diode lasers, good resolution spectrometers, optical pieces like lenses, gratings and Polaroid, photodiodes, microscopes, telescopes, sodium lamps, mercury lamps, gratings, bi-prisms,Newton’s ring, polarimeter,cathode ray oscilloscopes, constant current power supplies, potentiometers, ballistic galvanometers, digital multi-meters, sensitive ammeters and galvanometers along with relevant important materials to be studied.

Lab is operational daily for 6 hours in a week, during which one faculty member and two lab instructors are present for guidance.

M.Sc. Physics Batch 2010-2012
1Narotam RamS/O Sh. Prem Chand 4th in H.P.U.
2Meenakshi Pathania D/O Sh. Prithi Pal 5th in H.P.U
3Trishna Sharma D/o Sh. Nand Lal 8th in H.P.U.
M.Sc. Physics Batch 2011-2013
4 Shilpa ThakurD/O Sh. Lekh Raj 1st in H.P.U,Gold Medalist
5 Anjna Devi D/O Sh. Ashol Paul 3rd in H.P.U.
6 Ajay Kumar S/O Sh. Gian Chand 2nd in H.P.U.
7 Meenakshi Sharma D/O Sh. Roop Chand 9th in H.P.U.
M.Sc. Physics Batch 2013-2015
8 Priyanka D/O Sh. Ravinder Singh 3rd in H.P.U.
9 Kalpana Devi D/o Sh. Krishan Singh 5th in H.P.U.
10 Neha Gupta D/O Sh. Sanjeev Kumar 8th in H.P.U.
11 Himani D/O Sh. Prakash Chand 9th in H.P.U.
M.Sc. Physics Batch 2014-2016
12 Ramesh Verma S/O Sh. Noop Ram 1st in H.P.U. Gold Medalist