Physical Science Department

About the Department

“Science is a beautiful gift to humanity; we should not distort it.”-Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
The department of physics is fanatical about opening the minds of student teachers to the
discoveries, exploration, and dramatic potential of the domain of science. It aims to develop
abilities to process information and take independent decisions in day-to-day life with a motive
of developing a scientific attitude. Our department provides basic education in teaching, learning, and evaluation in theory and practice at various levels which is suitable for students to become
professionals in their preferred teaching fields. We adopt diverse teaching-learning strategies
such as seminars, projects, group discussions, etc., for the students with an intention of preparing
them to teach science in secondary schools. Our department has a well-furnished laboratory
which helps in developing skills of thinking, experimentation, observation, construction and
improvising scientific apparatus, the problem-solving and scientific attitude among the students.
Without experiencing, nothing ever becomes real. With this aim, we organized a one-day
workshop on the preparation of instructional materials to develop qualities like independence,
self-confidence, persistence, novelty, originality, and curiosity. The activities undertaken are
lectures of distinguished speakers, subject experts, and persons from other institutions, group
discussions and seminars, holding science fairs and exhibitions, celebrating National Science
Day, organizing workshops, decorating the walls of the tutorial rooms and laboratory with
scientific images and charts, improvising and preparing handmade apparatus, charts and models,
planting trees and donating books to the library. Thus, our department makes a dynamic effort to
intensify science education within a span of limited time.


  • Our students accomplished cent percent results in the University Examination.
  • National Science Day is celebrated every year with colorful events.


  • To develop an understanding of nature and its relationship with science, technology, and society.
  •  To provide exposure to the approaches and strategies related to science and the importance of
    self–learning devices.


  • To offer a broad array of scientific literary and inculcate scientific attitude among prospective
    science teachers.