• The purpose of Physics Laboratory is to develop scientific temper, analytical capability among the engineering students and to understand the general scientific concepts required for technology and apply the concepts in solving engineering problems. This laboratory also explains scientifically the new developments in engineering and technology and to familiarize with the concepts, theories and models behind many technological applications.
  • The Physics Laboratory is employed to practice the scientific experiments asking questions, performing procedures, collecting data, analysing data, and thinking of new questions to explore the knowledge in physics and materials science. Students can perform experiments on Uniform Bending, Torsion Pendulum, Spectrometer, Potentiometer, Lasers, Optical Fibre, and general electronic circuits. The laboratory also has provision to perform experiments on Post office box,Four Probe Method, Dielectric Constant Measurement, Photoconductivity measurement, Hall Effect, and Magnetic Susceptibility.
  • UPY18103 - General Physics Laboratory -I
  • UPY18202 - Electricity and Magnetism Laboratory
  • UPY18303 - Thermal Physics Laboratory
  • UPY18403 - Advanced Optics Laboratory
  • UPY18505 - General Physics Laboratory–II
  • UPY18506 - Analog and Digital Electronics Laboratory
  • UPY18604 - Microprocessors Laboratory
  • UPY18A02 - Allied Physics Laboratory I

Numerical aperture of an optical fibre, laser source for the determination of laser parameter, Particle size determination, Four probe apparatus, Hall effect setup, Quincke’s setup, Dielectrics constant measurement apparatus, Lee’s disc apparatus, Post office box apparatus, Hysteresis loss measurement apparatus, Photoconductivity measurement, IC regulated power supply, Solar cell characteristics, Newtons Ring Experiment,Forward and Reverse bias characteristics of a diode,Spectrometer-Diffraction Grating,Maxwells Fly Wheel, Pivot Bearing Apparatus,Sliding /Rolling friction analysis, elastic constants of a wire by Searle’s method, –Capillary raise method, Poiseuille’s flow method, AC frequency main using Sonometer, Lissajous figure using Signal Generator, Compound bar pendulum, –Field along the axis of the coil, Searle‟ s Vibration magnetometer method, Ballistic Galvanometer, LCR circuits

The Physics Laboratory is located at the Fourth Floor of New Admin Block.