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Dharmveer Diliprao Rahate Shikshan Va Bahuuddeshiya Sanstha, Mehkar's
Smt. Sindhutai Jadhao Arts and Science Mahavidyalaya, Mehkar, Dist. Buldhana
(Formerly known as Arts and Science Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Mehkar, Dist. Buldhana)
Affiliated to Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati, Maharashtra
(Re-accredited by NAAC in 2023 and Awarded Grade B+ with CGPA 2.68)

Department of PHYSICS

Department of Physics

Gaurav R. Rahate

Dept. of Physics


             Department of Physics was established in the Session 2011-12 with the beginning of the faculty of science. The most important aspect of Physics is day to day problem solving, an essential skill for life. Students study the course syllabus, practical performing, and handling various instruments and apparatus. As Physics plays an important role in daily life it becomes easier to study in relation to practical study provided in the Lab.


                   Department of physics defines its mission in the context of academic excellence, scientific rigor, and scientific integrity. Our primary responsibility is to prepare undergraduate students for careers in physics and technical fields. In light of the fact that physics is a bridge between technology and society, department of physics is committed to bringing an understanding of physics and science to the general students. Our purpose is to inspire and educate our students to become autonomous thinkers and active citizens. 


  • Knowledge

Physics majors will be conversant with the major ideas and techniques of classical and modern physics.

  • Skills

Physics majors will become proficient in mathematics, laboratory, and computer skills and problem solving.

  • Communication

Physics majors will communicate their knowledge in written reports and oral and poster presentations.

  • Research

Physics majors will contribute to the knowledge base of physics through research.

  • Careers

Physics graduates will be able to begin physics-related careers in teaching, industry, or research.

 Physics Lab:-

The department has a separate well equipped U.G laboratories and dark room. Standing and sitting space in the lab is well enough to conduct the practical softly. The environment inside lab is well ventilated so that the atmosphere is fresh and clean for students to avoid suffocation. The faculties of departments are using advance facilities teaching and learning. The laboratory is well equipped with some modern instruments for conducting experiments in various areas of physics like Optics, mechanics, electronics and electricity, electromagnetic field, thermal etc which drives the students to various technical areas.

Al the experiments are designed by the university such as to correlate theoretical knowledge with the practical applications. A computer stimulation of the difficult experiments is also demonstrated to the students for better understanding of the concepts. Poster presentation, seminar, science debate, etc activities are taken in lab.


  1. In the year of 2020-21 following activities are taken by the department of physics.
  1. Seminar of B.Sc III Sem V and BSc II Sem III students in September month.
  2. COVID-19 Pandemic awareness program” in collaboration with Dept of NSS on 21/04/2020, about  928 participants solve the quiz and provided a E-certificate.
  3.  “College level Science Quiz Competition” on Testmoz platform is taken on 30/04/2020 about 100 students are participated.


Result of  summer 2021 exam



Total Students



BSC I Semester II





BSC II Semester IV





BSC III Semester VI






Result of  Winter 2020 exam



Total Students



 BSC I Semester I





BSC II Semester III





BSC III Semester V







Physics Department Study Circle


Mahesh Jadhao

Vice President

Amruta Walse


Lakhan Gaikwad


Akash Deshmukh


Ashvini Jawale




Program Outcomes:

Bachelor of Science:

PO 1. The B. Sc. Programme develops scientific temperament and attitude among the science graduates.

PO 2. The qualities of a science – observation, precision, analytical mind, logical thinking, clarity of thought and expression, systematic approach, qualitative and quantitative decision making are enlarged.

PO 3. The program also empowers the graduates to appear for various competitive examinations or choose the post graduate programme of their choice .

PO 4. This programme train the learners to extract information, formulate and solve problems in a systematic and logical manner.

PO 5. This programme enables the learners to perform the jobs in diverse fields such as science, engineering, industries, survey, education, banking, development-planning, business, public service, self business etc. efficiently.


B.Sc.- (Physics )

Program Specific Outcomes

1 Identifying and describing physical systems with their professional knowledge.

2 Developing their scientific intuition, ability and techniques to tackle problems either theoretical or experimental in nature.

3 Knowledge of general physics like sound, wave, friction, forces and laws of motion and use of mathematics.

4. Information of electrical current, circuits, construction and their use.

5. Learning about concepts of nuclear physics and nuclear energies and importance of their use for mankind.

6. Knowing about the light and its importance in life, its characteristics, properties and use in various instruments


Course Outcomes

B.Sc. I SEM- I Physics

By the end of this Course students should be able to know about:

1. Different types of motions in nature

2. Difference between translational motion and rotational motion

3. Various elastic constants and property of Elasticity.

4. Surface tension and its applications.

5. Experimental skill development

B.Sc. I SEM- II Physics

By the end of this Course students should be able to know about:

1. Oscillations and waves and their properties.

2. Use of waves in general life.

3. Optics and properties of light.

4. What are the optical instruments and their developments.

5. Kinetic theory of gases

6. General information of various types of gases and theories related to it.

7. How gas can be liquefied? What are the conditions for liquefactions of gases?

8. Thermal properties of gases and various laws related in thermodynamics.

9. Transport phenomena in gases.


B.Sc. II SEM-III Physics

By the end of this Course students should be able to know about:

1. Vectors and scalar and mathematical applications.

2. Processional motion and properties of the body.

3. Elasticity of flat spiral spring.

4. Viscosity of liquids and mathematical theory related with it.

5. Solid state electronic device and mathematical background

6. Special theory of relativity


B.Sc. II SEM-IV  Physics

By the end of this Course students should be able to know about:

1. Geometrical optics and interference explaining Lens system

2. Diffraction and its types

3. Concept of polarization

4. LASERS and its applications

5. Fiber optics and classification energy sources and its uses.


B.Sc. III SEM- V Physics

By the end of this Course students should be able to know about:

1. Applications of quantum mechanics

2. Applications of molecular spectroscopy

3. Nuclear physics and its types

4. Negative and Positive feedback and its advantages


B.Sc. III SEM- VI Physics

By the end of this Course students should be able to know about:

  1. Statistical mechanics and its types
  2. Types of solid, crystallography and characterization of solids
  3. Applications of electrical properties and band structure
  4. Magnetic properties of material and classification
  5. Applications of Superconductivity and nano technology  

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