Department of Physics and Electronics

Physics is the branch of science dealing with the inanimate world and its natural phenomena.

The Department of Physics and Electronics has a spacious laboratory and is well equipped with all the necessary instruments including a computer. 

Physics and Electronics motivate individuals to learn more about the world. It is the systematic investigation of the physical world around us to discover the laws of the universe. Physics has a wide scope in research and technology.

The Department was established in the year 1997 and has eminent staff. The staff at the same time is well-versed and up-to-date with the latest changes in the field. At times, the department organises various workshops, walk-in talks, paper presentations and seminars.

The changing social needs and development of new technologies have opened up new communication services leading to automation in industries and offices. The spectacular developments in Electronics, Digital Electronics, Computers, Switching Devices, Power Electronics and Communication system are responsible for this resolution facilitating universal connectivity.

Thus to provide students with a sound understanding of existing Electronics theory and Computer Devices undergraduate courses in Electronics and Computer Maintenance are run by the Department.

Courses run by the Department


Courses Offered

S.No. Courses offered Year of Establishment
1. B.Sc 1st Year (PHYSICS) 1997
2. B.Sc. 2nd Year (PHYSICS)
3. B.Sc. 3rd Year (PHYSICS)
4. B.Sc 1st Year (ELECTRONICS)
5. B.Sc. 2nd Year (ELECTRONICS)
6. B.Sc. 3rd Year (ELECTRONICS)
7. M.Sc Physics 2023-24

B.Sc 1st Year (PHYSICS)

Graduate Course

B.Sc. 2nd Year (PHYSICS)

Graduate Course

B.Sc. 3rd Year (PHYSICS)

Graduate Course


Graduate Course

B.Sc. 2nd Year (ELECTRONICS)

Graduate Course

B.Sc. 3rd Year (ELECTRONICS)

Graduate Course

S.No. Name Qualification Designation Statute 28 Experience Mob. No. Email Id Resume
1. Dr. Krishna Jibon Mondal Ph.D  HOD - 18 9584299286 Download
2. Miss Harsha Singh Bais M.Sc.[Electronics] Asstt prof.  04 7400712774
S.No. Name of Faculty Awards Session
1. Dr. Krishna Jibon Mondal Utkristha Shikshak Samman by the Speaker of Chattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Shri Prem Prakash Pandey on the occasion of teacher day. 2007-2008
2. Dr. Krishna Jibon Mondal Shiksha Samman by Chhattisgarh Swabhiman Manch. 2008-2009
3. Dr. Krishna Jibon Mondal Presented four Research paper in national level seminar.
4. Dr. Krishna Jibon Mondal National level workshop.
5. Dr. Krishna Jibon Mondal Orientation program organized by Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur (C.G.)
6. Dr. Krishna Jibon Mondal Published 4 research paper in International journal.
7. Dr. Krishna Jibon Mondal Best teacher award By Rotract Club Bhilai . 2017-18
S.No. Name of the Student Branch Total Marks Obtained Percentage Division Position Year
S.No. Name of Student Awards Session
S.No. Award Name Session
1 Felicitation by State Minister Shri Badruddin Quraishi on Teacher's Day 2006-2007
2 Shikshak Samman by Chhattisgarh Swabhuman Manch , Bhilai 2009-2010
3 Shikshak Samman by Speaker of the State Assembly C.G. Government Prem Prakash Pandey 2009-2010
4 Felicitation by Cabinet Minister Shri Prakash Javadekar , Union Minister of Human Resource Development for the Massive Publicity in the Growth of Cashless Society 2016-2017
5 Shikshakriti Samman by Rotary Club , Bhilai 2017-2018
6 Felicitation by Sarash Mela for Cultural Presentation " BULLING" 2017
S.No. Title Session
1 NCC Officer of Shri Shankaracharya Mahavidyalaya
2 Member of Prerna Teacher association
3 Member of Scholarship provided to student
4 Member of B.Sc I Year admission in charge of college.
S.No. Title Name Session
1 Spectrometer with High Resolution
2 Hall Effect
3 e/m by Thomson Method
4 Babinet Compensator
5 Plank Constant Apparatus
6 Equipment based on basic, communication, Power electronics and Digital electronics
7 CRO’s Single Trace and Dual Trace
8 Function Generator
9 Network Theorem
10 Newton Apparatus
11 Micro Processors 8085

Publication Details

S.No Title of the Article Author Name of publisher/place/Month/Year International/International ISBN/ISSN
1. International Journals:4 Mr. Krishna Jibon Mondal
2. National Conferences : 4 Mr. Krishna Jibon Mondal
3. Workshops : 2 Mr. Krishna Jibon Mondal
4. Refresher Courses :1 Mr. Krishna Jibon Mondal

1. Notice : Online Application Dates for B-Ed. & D.Ed. 58 2018

About Laboratories

Physics Laboratory

In Physics the Laboratories play a very significant role for understanding of the fundamentals. Department has separate Laboratory for Optics, Mechanics and Laser . These Laboratories are spacious and well equipped with high precision measuring instruments. New instruments are added regularly as per the requirement.

Electronics Laboratory

To impart the practical knowledge and better understanding of Electronics,well-equipped electronics laboratories are established.

Journals and Magazine



Indian Journal of Physics Physics
Indian Journal of Radio and Space Physics Physics
Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Physics Physics
Medicinal and Atomic Plants Physics Physics

Major Equipment

  • Hall Effect
  • e/m by Thomsons Method.
  • Babinet Compensator
  • Spectrometer with High Resolution.
  • Plank Constant Apparatus
  • Equipment based on basic, communication, Power electronics and Digital electronics
  • CRO’S Single Trace and Dual Trace
  • Function Generator
  • Network Theorem
  • Newton Apparatus
  • Micro Processors 8085

Teaching Aid

To promote better understanding & interest in the subject latest teaching aids like OHP LCD Projector & Laptops are used by the faculty.

Faculty Achievement

  1. 2007-2008 got the award of Utkristha Shikshak Samman by the Speaker of Chattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Shri Prem Prakash Pandey on the occasion of teacher day.
  2. In 2008-2009 got the award by Shiksha Samman by Chhattisgarh Swabhiman Manch.
  3. Presented four Research paper in national level seminar.
  4. Attend one National level workshop.
  5. Attend Orientation program organized by Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur (C.G.)

Future Aspect

You Students have the option to continue higher studies or to take up a job. Going for higher studies is more recommendable as scope thereafter is higher. Students can if you wish continue in the same stream i.e. go in for M.Sc in Physics. They can choose your area of specialisation like Applied Energy, Solid State Electronics, Theoretical & Computational Physics etc. After that you can go in for M.Tech, M.Phil, Ph.D. Since you are from Physics background Maths would be one of the subjects studied. So you can go in for a MCA course for which you may need to appear for entrance exam. You can also go in for an MBA too. You can choose your area of interest. If you want to become a school teacher you could probably take up B.Ed and appear for the SET exam. You can if you wish work as a trainee in any labs. You need to take a decision on which of these best suits you.

The following courses can be done:
  1. M.Sc. Physics
  2. M.Sc. Mathematics
  3. M.Sc. Electronics.
  4. MCA 
  5. MBA
The scope for the B.Sc. Students after completing their course are:
  • Aquariums.
  • Chemical Industry.
  • Educational Institutes.
  • Environmental Management and Conservation.
  • Forensic Crime Research.
  • Food Institutes.
  • Forest Services.
  • Health Care Providers.
  • Hospitals.
  • Industrial Laboratories.
  • Oil Industry.
  • Research Firms
  • Space Research Institutes.
  • Testing Laboratories.
  • Wildlife and Fishery Departments.
  • Waste-water Plants.

Beside these students can also get government jobs you also have the oppurtunity of writing the Bank jobs for that you need to appear for the entrance test in the related bank and the related post for which the bank want to recruit the people.

Higher Study Options like


  1. M.Sc. Physics then M.Phil or Ph.D.
  2. M.Sc. in specialized subjects like Nuclear Physics etc.
Some universities also offers different courses for B.Sc. Physics graduates like
  1. P.G Diploma in Conservation.
  2. P.G Diploma in Archival studies.
  3. P.G Diploma in Museology & Archaeology etc.
If a student want to go with job there are several openings in different companies for B.Sc. graduates like
  1. Students can become a research scientist in CSIR , DRDO , ISRO , INCOIS , NCL etc.
  2. Teaching field.
  3. Various Physical laboratories.


Name of the Activity: - Workshop on “Foot Sanitizer Dispenser” Event Date: - 23-11-2021 and 24-11-2021 No. of Participant: - 37 students Topic: Foot Sanitizer Dispenser Introduction: The foot-operated sanitizer dispenser stand dispensates a precise amount of soap solution (or a similar liquid such as a hand sanitizer). Type, capacity, operating mode, end-use, distribution channel, and region are all factors that may be used to segment the hand sanitizer dispensing machine market. Health care, coffee shops, colleges & universities, schools, retail complexes, subway stations, hotels & restaurants, and others are among the end uses for hand sanitizer distributing machines. The hand sanitizer dispensing machine market is likely to benefit from the rise in cleanliness concerns in the healthcare industry. Foot sanitizer dispensing machines are user-friendly, cost-effective, and require less maintenance. All of these characteristics are predicted to contribute to the sanitizer distributing machine's growth. Details of Workshop: 23-11-2021 Detail description of Kit and device required 24-11-2021 Installation of Foot Sanitizer machine In this workshop total 37 student participated from different colleges Outcomes: However, a surge in price-based rivalry among market participants at the international and local levels is projected to stymie the industry. Local and regional players from developing nations are increasingly breaking into established markets with low-cost hand sanitizer distribution equipment. The market may be divided into four categories based on capacity: less than 1.5 litres, 1.5–2 litres, 2.5–3 litres, and more than 3.5 litres, however this can work up to 50 litres with less cost This is predicted to stifle the industry in the near future. Two students of our college Akshay kale and Rohit Kale developed the Foot sanitizer machine and donate to our Institution.


Name of the Activity: -Seminar on “Positive youth development (PYD)” Event Date: - 04-01-2022 No. of Participant: - 49 students Topic: “Positive youth development (PYD)” Introduction: Positive youth development (PYD) programs are designed to optimize youth developmental progress. PYD differs from other approaches to youth in that it rejects an emphasis on trying to correct what is considered wrong with children's behavior or development Positive youth development programs typically recognize contextual variability in youths' experience and in what is considered healthy or optimal development for youth in different settings or cultures Outcomes: This cultural sensitivity reflects the influence of promote bonding. The main outcomes of this seminar is to provide • foster resilience • promote social, emotional, cognitive, behavioral, and moral competence • foster self-determination • foster spirituality • foster self-efficacy


Name of the Activity: -Seminar on “Handling of Instruments in Lab” Event Date: - 10-02-2022 No. of Participant: - 43 students Topic: “Handling of Instruments in Lab” Introduction: The main aim of this seminar is to understand Basic principle, ,Instrumentation of technique Standardization/calibration of the instrumentAnalysis using calibration and standard addition method,Tabulation and interpretation of results. Handling of instruments in lab •To study use and maintenance of glassware •To study use and handling of sophisticated lab instruments Outcomes: Seminar provide an opportunity to form and develop students own ideas, and are intended to foster independent thinking which is one of the main aims of university teaching. Graduates dependent on lecturers to tell them what’s what would not have been well equipped for the outside world!!