Department of Physics has stridden out not only in its post-graduation teaching but also in new frontiers of research since its commencement in January 1998. To keep pace with the advancement in science and technology, in July 2005, the department started two-year PG course in Nanoscience & Technology alongside its two-year PG course in Physics. It has also started Integrated M.Sc as well as B.Sc. B.Ed course. The areas of specialization offered by the department for post-graduation are Condensed Matter Physics, Electronics, Photonics, High Energy Physics, Nanoscience & Technology, Plasma physics and Astrophysics. The Department inculcates the spirits of research and can boast of some good research work carried out here, the thrust areas being Nanomaterials, Solid State Ionics, Theoretical High Energy Physics, Plasma Physics, Optoelectronics, Microwaves, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Soft matter physics, Material science and Nonlinear dynamics.