• The Department of Physics has four well equipped state-of-art laboratories which are supervised by well qualified experienced faculty members.



    The Engineering Physics laboratories of DIT University are contemporary setups with spacious practical training areas for all engineering students. These have a total covered area of more than 250 square meters with a separate dark room for performing various optics experiments. There are around 48 experimental setups of 28 experiments. These relate to the field of optics, fibre optics, heat, electricity & magnetism, electronics and modern physics, thereby covering the entire span of the syllabus. The study materials of all these experiments for reference by the students are available in the Department of Physics.

  • M.Sc. Physics Lab

    The setup of the M.Sc Physics Laboratory has been initiated and this state of art laboratory will provide a hands-on experience to the students in experiments related to the different courses being taught to them. This laboratory will include experiments from the fields of condensed matter physics and materials sciences, atomic and molecular spectroscopy, electronics, fibre optics and photonics etc.

  • Materials Research Lab

    Materials Research Laboratory was established in year 2015 in the Department of Physics. This laboratory is designed to cater to the needs of undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral students and pursue research in the interdisciplinary fields. In today’s world nanoscale is the new frontier of science and technology and this state of art laboratory is involved in carrying out research in nano-science, material science and other interdisciplinary areas. Presently the areas of interest are nano scale science, soft material and colloids, liquid crystals, ferroelectrics and dielectrics, multiferroics and ferrites materials, electroceramics and thin films. Currently materials research laboratory in-house capabilities include the synthesis facilities, spin coater, muffle furnace, centrifuge, hot plate with magnetic stirrer, magnetic Tc measurement set up (drop method), sonicator and LCR meter etc.