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  • Designated College with Potential for Excellence
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  • First College under GNDU to have been granted Kaushal Kendra

DBT Star College Scheme

Star College Scheme” has been initiated by DBT to support colleges and university departments offering undergraduate education to improve science teaching by having Hands-on training and projects of day to day relevance and creating  interest in students to pursue science courses at Undergraduate level. The program aims to improve the skills of teachers by organizing faculty training, improved curriculum and emphasis on practical training to students by providing access to specialized infrastructure and consumables.

Kanya Maha Vidyalaya Jalandhar was selected under DBT Star College Scheme in 2015with sanction order no. BT/HRD/11/022/2014

After completion of three years, Heritage and Autonomous institute Kanya Maha Vidyalaya Jalandhar was selected under DBT Star Status Grant

Grant sanctioned during the period (2015-18): Rs. 47 lacs

Grant sanctioned during the period (2018-21): Rs. 1.26Cr

 

         Four departments are covered under this grant

  1. Department of Physics
  2. Department of Chemistry
  3. Department of Botany
  4. Department of Zoology

 

 Objectives of DBT Star Status Grant:

  • To strengthen the academic and physical infrastructure for achieving excellence in teaching and training.
  • To provide better library facility to students and teachers
  • To enhance the quality of the learning and teaching process to stimulate original thinking through ‘hands–on’ exposure to  experimental work and participation in summer schools.
  • To promote networking and strengthen ties with neighboring institutions and other laboratories.
  • To conduct specialized training programs for faculty improvement for optimizing technical capabilities.
  • To increase capabilities of core instrumentation resources by procuring new equipment and upgrading of existing facilities.
  • To provide access and exposure to students to research laboratories and industries in the country.
  • To help in devising standard curricula and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) / kits.

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Department of Physics 2015-20

  • Projects undertaken by students in Department of Physics 2015-20

    List of Projects undertaken by students in Department of Physics Session 2015-16

    S. No. Topic of the project Name and class of the student(s) Name of the teacher/ guide
    1.  To measure the density of different shapes with same masses using Archimedes principle. Ruchika,Amritpal Priyanka,Diksha

    B.Sc. I

    Ms. Priya Sangar
    2. To study the variation of atmospheric pressure and temperature using a Fortin’s Barometer for a period of  20 days Navjot Kaur, Jasleen, Neha

    Simranjit Kaur B.Sc. I

    Ms. Priya Sangar
    3. To find the coefficient of viscosity of glycerine using different objects of different size & material. Navpreet,Khushboo

    Jasleen,Arwinder,

    Rupinder B.Sc. I

    Ms. Priya Sangar
    4. To study the variation in the intensity of light using different sources BULB , LED, CFL.

     

    36 students

    B.Sc. II

    Dr. Neetu Chopra

    Ms. Ekta

    5. To prepare different glasses and study their optical properties Vandana, B.Sc. III Ms. Shivani
    6.  To find velocity of sound in different liquids using Ultrasonic Interferometer 12 students, BSc II Dr. Sangeeta Prasher &

    Ms. Ekta

    7. To find susceptibility of different concentrations of   FeCl3  . Simran, B.Sc. III Ms. Parminder Cheema

    List of Projects undertaken by students in Department of Physics

    Session 2016-17

    S. No. Topic of the project Name and class of the student(s) Name of the teacher/ guide
    1. To Calibrate the Constant Deviation spectrometer using a calibration source

     

    Anureet Kaur, Jai Kaur,Navpreet Kaur, Mehak ,Arwinder Kaur, Rupinder Kaur B.Sc. Sem 3Non – Med  

    Dr. Neetu Chopra &

    Ms. Ekta

    2. To study the physics behind the MRI (MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING) Amandeep Kaur B.Sc. Sem 3Non – Med Dr. Neetu Chopra &Ms. Ekta
    3. To calculate the ultrasonic velocities of binary liquids using ultra sonic interferometer. 4 studentsB.Sc. Sem 4Non – Med Dr. Neetu Chopra &

    Ms. Ekta

    4. To produce electric current using the acids present in our juice (limica, fenta, coca-cola) and check the variation f current by changing its level of acidity. Varsha Rani , Shilpa Rani               Shweta B.Sc. Sem 4Non – Med Dr. Neetu Chopra &

    Ms. Ekta

    5. To verify Faraday’s Laws of electrolysis using Copper voltameter. Sharma Surbhi, Manpreet, Aarti , Paramjit,Renu B.Sc. Sem 1 Non Med Ms. Priya Sangar & Ms. Navjot
    6. To study the Physics behind  working of Stethoscope and to use it to monitor the heart rate of different persons under different conditions like at rest, running etc. Mansi, Deeksha, Manpreet

    Rajni, Shikha B.Sc. Sem 1 C.Sc.

    Ms. Priya Sangar & Ms. Navjot
    7. To find surface tension of different liquids prepared by chemistry students by different methods and compare the results . Pooja , Mansi , Jaskaran

    Kritika, Money B.Sc. Sem 2 Non Med

    Ms. Priya Sangar & Ms. Navjot
    8. To find viscosity of different liquids prepared by chemistry students by different methods and compare the results . Manveer, Pallvi, Aradhna

    Shivani, Priyanka B.Sc. Sem 2 Non Med

    Ms. Priya Sangar & Ms. Navjot
    9. To study propagation of microwaves using wave guides and to study  reflection, refraction, polarization and propagation of microwaves under different conditions of medium. 4 students B.Sc. Sem 5 Non Med Ms. Parminder Kaur  & Mr. Harleen
    10. Preparing working model of dc motor  without any magnet  and study the relevant theory. 4 students B.Sc. Sem 5 Non Med Ms. Parminder Kaur  & Mr. Harleen
    11. To study amount of radioactivity in soils from different parts 4 students B.Sc. Sem 6 Non Med Ms. Parminder Kaur  & Dr. Mani
    12. To study the amount of beta particles of radon gas in air of KMV using GM Counter Amandeep Kaur B.Sc. Sem 6 Non Med Dr. Manmohan Singh Heer

    List of Projects undertaken by students in Department of Physics

    Session 2017-18

    S. No. Topic of the project Name and class of the student(s) Name of the teacher/ guide
    1. To compare the elastic properties by finding Young’s modulus of different bars of different woods. Harsimran ,Kamna Joshi,Raman,

    Akanksha ,Kanvi

    B.Sc. I Sem Non Medical

    Ms. Priya Sangar
    3. To find the electro- chemical equivalent of hydrogen using an ammeter and a water voltameter. Shivani, Nishita, Gursharan ,Tania, Himanshi B.Sc.II Sem Non Medical

     

    Ms. Priya Sangar
    5. To verify the magnitude of current from the citrus fruit like apple, orange, grape fruit, lemon and mausami compare its value by varying number of fruits.

     

    Kanika sharma, Arzoo Sharma, Gurpreet kaur, Nancy bala, Priyanka sharma B.Sc Sem III

     

    Dr. Neetu Chopra
    7. To find the specific rotation of different solutions by using a polarimeter. Nidhi, Simar, Meenakshi

    Jaskaran, Monita

    Priyanka, B.Sc Sem IV

    Dr. Surbhi Sharma
    8. To study the variation of angle of deviation (ϴ) with the refractive index using different mediums.

     

    Gurpreet

    Aarzoo

    Kanika B.Sc Sem IV

     

    Dr. Surbhi Sharma
    9. To study the optical properties of microbes in water using LDR Sukhwinder,Swati, Anuradha B.Sc Sem IV Dr. Neetu Chopra
    10. To measure the indoor concentration of Radon daughter products in the atmospheric air of KMV Campus Khusboo, Pallvi, Navpreet, Arvinder

    B.Sc Sem VI

    Dr. Manmohan Singh

    List of Projects undertaken by students in Department of Physics

    Session 2017-18

     

    S. No. Topic of the project Name and class of the student(s) Name of the teacher/ guide
    1. A study of indoor Radon, Thoron levels in different types of dwellings Jalandhar distt. of Punjab, India Aradhana, Pallavi Bhadhan, Minaxi Devi, Manmeet Sharma/ B.Sc Non Med Sem VI Dr. Manmohan, Mr. Manish Pandit
    2. Removal of dyes from waste water with electrochemical oxidation (Inter disciplinary with chemistry) Gursharanjit Kaur, Rithika, Prachi Sharma, Himanshi, Vaishali, Sukriti/ B.Sc Non Med Sem IV Dr. Neetu, Dr. Surbhi Sharma, Dr. Narinderjit Kaur
    3. To investigate the structural and thermal properties of calcium and magnesium borate glasses. (Inter disciplinary with chemistry)

     

    Paramjit Kaur, Mansi Sharma, Renu, Arti/ B.Sc Non Med Sem VI Dr. Neetu, Dr. Surbhi Sharma, Ms. Sinder
    4. Characterization of Dysprosium doped Bismuth Borosilicate glasses. (Inter disciplinary with chemistry) Pooja, Mani, Gurjit Kaur, Mitali/ B.Sc Non Med Sem VI Dr. Neetu Chopra, Dr. Gopi Sharma, Dr. Abhimanew
    5. Characterization of europium doped bismuth borate glasses using photoluminescence spectroscopy. (Inter disciplinary with chemistry) Priya, Abha, Nancy Vohra, Simardeep Kaur/ B.Sc Non Med Sem VI Dr. Gopi Sharma,  Dr. Surbhi Sharma, Dr. Updesh Kaur
    6. Designinig bluetooth controlled robot car Deepti, Swati, Sukhwinder, Anuradha, Gagandeep, Alisha Bharti/ B.Sc Non Med Sem VI Ms. Parminder Kaur, Ms. Maninder Kaur
    7. To study electrical properties of metal        oxide  nanoparticles using  LCR

     

    Deepti, Swati, Sukhwinder, Anuradha, Gagandeep, Alisha Bharti/ B.Sc Non Med Sem V Ms. Neha Verma
    8. To measure the refractive index of given liquids for a given wavelength of light                 ( =5893Å)using spectrometer.

    (Inter disciplinary)

    Harsimranjeet Kaur, Kamna Joshi, Palvi/ B.Sc Non Med Sem IV Dr. Neetu, Dr. Surbhi
    9. To calculate the energy and wavelength of He-Ne LASER usingYoung’s Double slit of variable widths. Aditi, Tanvi Sharma, Sheetal, Nidhi, Arushi, Amrit Kaur/ B.Sc (N.M) Semester IV Dr. Neetu, Dr. Surbhi
    10. Automatic street light control using LDR.

     

    Deepti, Swati, Sukhwinder, Anuradha, Gagandeep, Alisha Bharti/ B.Sc Non Med Sem V Ms. Parminder Kaur
    11. To find the coefficient of kinetic friction of different surfaces by using law of conservation of energy. Sakshi, Anterpreet, Anchal, Gagandeep, B.Sc Non Med Sem I Mr. Harleen Singh
    12. To compare the monochromaticity of He-Ne Laser, sodium vapor lamp, mercury lamp by young’s double slit experiment. Harshita, Vaishali, Navneet Kaur, Kajol, Harleen, Priya/ B.Sc Non Med Sem IV Dr. Neetu Chopra

    Outcomes of Projects (Department of Physics)

    • Helped to enhance planning, critical thinking, reasoning and creativity among the students.
    • Created strong communication skills among their peer group, both for interpersonal and presentation needs
    • Helped to investigate the concepts at interdisciplinary levels.
    • Helped to improve the visualizing and decision making skills
    • Gotto know about how and when to use technology and choosing the most appropriate tool for the task.
    • Learnt to use He-Ne Laser,  M. Counter, energy meter , sextants , Barometer etc.
    • Got to measure Luminous Intensities of different lamps, radioactivity of different types of soils, etc.
    • Learnt to design home made Vaccum Cleaner, room heater, A.C., Cooler battery from fruits, home made Generator, Fountain without motor etc.
    • Learnt to use He-Ne Laser, LDR, LCR, Spectrometer,  Basic use of  UV-Visible spectrometer  and  DTA
    • Learnt to use and install radiation dosimeters
    • Got to study of indoor Radon, Thoron levels in different types of dwellings Jalandhar distt. Of Punjab, India
    • Learnt preparation and characterization of glasses.
    • Learnt the programming and use of microprocessor to design bluetooth controlled robot car
    • Helped to enhance planning, critical thinking, reasoning and creativity among the students.
    • Created strong communication skills among their peer group, both for interpersonal and presentation needs
    • Helped to investigate the concepts at interdisciplinary levels.
    • Helped to improve the visualizing and decision making skills
    • Got to know about how and when to use technology and choosing the most appropriate tool for the task.
  • Physics Equipment's purchased under DBT grant from 2015-20

    List of Physics Equipment’s purchased under DBT grant from 2015-20

    S. No. Item Purchased Qty
    1. G.M. Counter with tube, beta sources and extra sources 2
    2. Travelling microscope, capiliary, stand for surface tension 4
    3. Fortin’s Barometer with mercury 2
    4. Sextant with stand 4
    5. Tangent Galvanometer, copper voltameter 2
    6. He-Ne laser with optical bench 3
    7. Laser pointer 4
    8. Luminous intensity of different sources using photocell, different bulbs, photocell 4
    9. Digital multi meter 4
    10. resistance, inductance and capacitor ,CRO with function generator & digital storage oscilloscope 3
    11. Different components to make radio receiver like resistances, capacitors, inductors, amplifiers transistors, diodes etc. 2
    12. Long glass tubes, lead balls, for finding viscosity of different liquids 4
    13. Objects of different shapes  with same mass , Digital balance and graduated cylinder 4
    14.  Energy  meter , LED, Incandescent lamp & filament bulb 4
    15. Circular coil,  power supply and tangent galvanometer 4
    16. Vibration Magnetometer 4
    17. Microwave trainer kit “NVIS” Model Nvis 2000 1
    18. Moment of Inertia 4
    19. Fly Wheel 4
    20. Young’s Modul 4
    21. Poisson’s Ratio 4
    22. Melde’s Experiment 4
    23. Compound Pendulum 2
    24. Kater’s Pendulum 2
    25. Maxwell’s Needle 2
    26. Longarithmic Decrement 1
    27. Carey Foster Bridge 4
    28. Induced Emf 4
    29. Resonance in Series & Parallel LCR 2
    30. Flashing & Quenching 2
    31. Anderson’s Bridge 2
    32. Sextant 4
    33. Sodium Lamp 6
    34. Mercury Lamp 2
    35. Hollow Prism 8
    36. Double Refracting Prism 8
    37. Flint Prism 8
    38. Diffraction Grating 8
    39. Lee’s Method 1
    40. Thermocouple 4
    41. Planck’s Contant 1
    42. Ionization Potential of Mercury 2
    43. Photovoltic Cell (inverse Square Law) 2
    44. Electric Kettle 3
    45. Polarimeter 2
    46. Laser 2
    47. Planck,s Constant Using LEDs 1
    48. P-n Junction Diode 2
    49. Zener Diode 4
    50. Biasing of transistor (Band Width) 4
    51. LDR Characteristics 4
    52. E/m Long Solenoid 1
    53. Characteristics of Photodiode 1
    54. B-H Curve 2
    55. Wave Shipping RC Circuit 2
    56. Multimeter 6
    57. Vernier Callipers 12
    58. Screw Gauge 12
    59. Function Generator 4
    60. GM Counter & Accessories 1
    61. CRO 30MHZ 1
    62. E/m Long Solonide 1
    63. Iodine App. 1
    64. Lee’s Method 2
    65. Febry Perot App. 1
    66. Michelson Interferometer 1
    67. Plank’s Constant 1
    68. Frankz Hertz Exp. 1
    69. P-N Junction (Energy Band Gap) 2
    70. Fibre Optic Spectrometer and Accesories 1

     

  • Extended practicals and Demonstrations undertaken by students in Department of Physics 2015-20

    List of Extended practicals and Demonstrations undertaken by students in Department of Physics

    Session 2015-16

    1. To study the comparative cleansing action of different detergents through surface tension
    2. To compare the energy consumption of LED, CFL and BULB using energy meter
    3. To study the magnetic field on axis of current carrying coil.
    4. To find the height of a KMV Hostel building, KMV Vocational Block building, KMV library building,, First Floor of KMV Old Commerce Block building using sextant.
    5. To find the wave length of He-Ne laser.
    6. To find the diameter of hair and  wire using He-Ne laser.
    7. To determine the value of e/m for electron by long solenoid (helical) method.
    8. To measure AC voltages using CRO and to calculate the deflection sensitivity in mm per mole.
    9. To measure the voltage with the help of CRO.
    10. To measure unknown frequency by using CRO
    11. To study the Faraday laws of electromagnetic induction using a strong magnet coil and a galvanometer.
    12. To set up a DC motor using magnet and DC supply.
    13. To study the formation of images using a lens and a torch.
    14. To set up a rectifier and study its output using diodes, step down transformer and soldering equipment.
    15. To open a galvanometer, ammeter and a voltmeter and study its components

    List of Extended practicals and Demonstrations undertaken by students in Department of Physics

    Session 2016-17

    1. To study the comparative cleansing action of different detergents through surface tension
    2. To compare the energy consumption of LED, CFL and BULB using energy meter.
    3. To study the magnetic field on axis of current carrying coil.
    4. To find the height of a KMV Hostel building, KMV Vocational Block building, KMV library building, First Floor of KMV Old Commerce Block building using sextant.
    5. To find the wave length of He-Ne laser.
    6. To find the diameter of hair and  wire using He-Ne laser.
    7. To determine the value of e/m for electron by long solenoid (helical) method.
    8. To measure AC voltages using CRO and to calculate the deflection sensitivity in mm per mole.
    9. To study the Faraday laws of electromagnetic induction using a strong magnet coil and a galvanometer.
    10. To set up a DC motor using magnet and DC supply.
    11. To study the formation of images using a lens and a torch.
    12. To set up a rectifier and study its output using diodes, step down transformer and soldering equipment.
    13. To open a galvanometer,  ammeter and a voltmeter and study its components
    14. To find the height of old commerce block of KMV (inaccessible object) using Sextant.
    15. To find the area of a window (accessible object) using Sextant.
    16. To calculate the width of hair using He- Ne Laser.
    17. To study the variation of intensity of light with distance using lamps of different wattage and hence verify inverse square law.
    18. To study the variation of intensity of light with distance using lamps of same wattage but different manufactures and hence verify inverse square law
    19. To determine the wavelength of given laser beam using Young’s Double Slit method.
    20. In this experiment the wavelengths of the visible emission lines of hydrogen (Balmer series) will be measured and compared to the values predicted by Bohr’s quantum theory.
    21. To study the areal characteristics of photovoltaic.
    22. To study the azimuthal characteristics of photovoltaic.
    23. To construct the projector by using water and waste material. Explain the concept of projection and how the quality and size of image changes with distance of object from source of light.
    24. To compare the heating  of different  house  hold  conducting  like  iron rods, aluminium rods and  copper  rods by  calculating  their  heating
    25. To compare the thermo emf  of different liquids using galvanometer and plot a calibration curve of given thermocouple.
    26. To check the conductivity of some different liquids.
    27. To construct an electro-magnet using copper wires and battery.
    28. How to make a water alarm at home
    29. To construct a vacuum cleaner using plastic bottles and to demonstrate its working.
    30. To study the piezoelectric effect by using piezoelectric element .
    31. To construct a water overflow Indicator using Household Material.
    32. To construct an enviro-battery using household items.
    33. Motion of aluminium cans by production of Eddy currents.
    34. To construct a night lamp which switches on automatically when darkness comes in the evening.
    35. To construct a water overflow Indicator using Household Material.
    36. To construct an enviro-battery using household items.
    37. Motion of aluminium cans by production of Eddy currents.
    38. To construct a night lamp which switches on automatically when darkness comes in the evening.
    39. To construct the 3D hologram projector for phone by using waste materials. Also to explain, how the size of image changes with increase in volume of hologram projector.
    40. How to make three dimensional image using hologram.
    41. To make portable charger using electronic components.
    42. To demonstrate conservation of electricity in house with the help of human body weight /force and switch.
    43. To observe the air pressure using a egg in a bottle.
    44. To construct room heater using dc motor, fan, battery and two lamps.
    45. To construct a battery using coins.
    46. To test active components using CRO.
    47. To fabricate a battery using household materials (Potatoes) and check variation of current with number of potatoes.
    48. To construct an Air Conditioner by using home material and demonstrating its working.
    49. To study the comparison of detergents using capillary tube.
    50. To study the energy consumption of bulb, L.E.D. & CFL using energy meter.
    51. To find the viscosity of glycerine using stoke’s method.
    52. To study the variation of resistance of filament of a bulb with its temperature.
    53. To verify the density of iron, aluminium & brass material using Archimedes principle.
    54. To determine the moment of inertia of a rectangular bar about an axis through its C.G. by the method of coincidence.
    55. To find the value of M in the laboratory using deflection & vibration magnetometer.
    56. To verify Kirchoff’s laws
    57. To study an R.L. circuit.
    58. To study Lissagous figures using two signal generators having equal frequency and a CRO.
    59. To compare the frequencies of two audio oscillators using CRO.
    60. To find mains frequency by using sonometer and electromagnet.
    61. To study use of CRO to find different frequencies and voltages.
    62. To study use of multimeter to find voltage, current and resistance and to test Diode, LED, FET, PNP/NPN Transistor and Capacitor.
    63. To study the effect of temperature on the battery made by coins
    64. To Make Electric Heater using Halogen Lamp.
    65. To prepare a water fountain without   using motor.
    66. SWACHH BHARAT ABHIYAN with the help of vaccum cleaner by household material
    67. To construct an air compressor and demonstrate its working.

    List of Extended practicals undertaken by students in Department of Physics

    Session 2017-18

    1. To study damping of a bar pendulum.
    2. To study oscillations of a rubber band & to draw potential curve for it.
    3. To study the oscillations of a mass in combination of two springs (i) in series (ii) in parallel & hence determination of force constant.
    4. To determine Young’s modulus of material of a beam by vibration method.
    5. To determine Young’s modulus of material of a beam by cantilever method.
    6. To construct Power boat using waste materials.
    7. To verify the laws of photoelectric effect using photocell
    8. To determine the wavelength of given laser beam using Young’s double slit method
    9. To verify the certain laws of probability distribution using electronic dice
    10. To verify the certain laws of probability by throwing one dice
    11. To determine the refractive index of a given transparent liquid (alcohol)for a given wavelength of light a spectrometer
    12. To determine the refractive index of a given transparent liquid (water)for a given wavelength of light a spectrometer
    13. To verify the magnitude of current from the different fruit (Grapes, oranges, lemons) and compare it’s value by varying number of Grape
    14. To determine the dispersive power of prism
    15. To determine the refractive index of a given transparent liquid (Kerosene oil)for a given wavelength of light a spectrometer
    16. To determine the refractive index of a given transparent liquid (Turpentine Oil)for a given wavelength of light a spectrometer.
    17. To determine the dispersive power of prism
    18. To predict what will happen to balloon filled with water and air held over water
    19. To make an air pump using plastic bottle
    20. Defy gravity while balancing the forks
    21. Learn how to make a old cinema projector that is an opto -mechanical device for displaying motion picture film by projecting it onto a screen
    22. Making a liquid invisible3D Hologram
    23. To determine that the molecules can move from hot to cold water and from cold to hot water with the help of food colouring dye
    24. To verify law of conservation of energy (energy can be transformed from one type to another type i.e mechanical energy is converted into electrical energy
    25. To observe what happens when balloon filled with air is inverted over a bottle filled with water
    26. To determine pressure with the help of air pump
    27. Mobile Charging through bananas
    28. To make a simple rocket launcher from paper
    29. Use of multiple reflection in ‘Infinity well’
    30. To study the variation of water pressure with the temperature
    31. To study the variation of angle of deviation (ϴ) with the refractive index using different medium (Sugar sol. and dettol).
    32. To study the variation of angle of deviation (ϴ)with the refractive index using different medium (Water, Olive Oil).
    33. To study the variation of angle of deviation (ϴ)with the refractive index using different medium (Glycerin, Dettol).
    34. To compare the wavelength of laser light using diffraction grating and Young’s double slit
    35. To make aluminium charcoal battery.
    36. To find the coefficient of thermal conductivity of a bad conductor (glass slab) by lee’s method.
    37. To find the specific rotation of camphor solution by using a polarimeter.
    38. To verify the laws of conservation of momentum and energy using Newton’s Cradle.
    39. To find the specific rotation of sucrose solution by using a polarimeter.
    40. To construct air bubble model by using home waste material
    41. Using a bubble blowing apparatus developed a model that explains the effects of several factors such as the breath velocity, on the process of blowing bubble.
    42. To study the variation in range of a projectile with the angle of projection
    43. To find the specific rotation of Turpentine by using a polarimeter.
    44. To make an electric sharpner
    45. To study the effect of atmospheric pressure on a lit candle
    46. To Make a candle swing and understand the physics behind it.
    47. To explain the working of two-way switches.
    48. Generation of electricity( by home made spinning wheel ) using water
    49. To determine the pressure of water by using glass bottle.
    50. To study the power consumed by different light bulbs.
    51. Making of 3D hologram using a plastic bottle.
    52. To make electrical fan at home using waste marital.
    53. To prepare water filter at home.
    54. To make water heater with the help of spoons.
    55. How to make a hair dryer at home for drying hairs even in the absence of electricity.
    56. To study the response of RC circuit at different frequencies
    57. To make small battery from different fruits.
    58. How to make simple electric bell at home.
    59. To construct an eco cooler from waste material.
    60. To harness electric power from a burning candle.
    61. To make a mini torch using a pencil.
    62. To study phase relationship using LCR components and a CRO
    63. To make a matchbox microphone
    64. To make an electric door opener.
    65. To study scattering of light due to the colloidal solution
    66. To make electric power heater using household waste material
    67. Make a projector using bulb and torch
    68. To construct Lemon Battery
    69. To make a heron water fountain using waste material without motor and electricity
    70. How to burn a candle underwater
    71. How to convert ac into dc without using transformer
    72. To make dc motar by converting mechanical energy to electrical energy
    73. To create an artificial osmotic pressure with the help of water and plastic bottle.
    74. To study the moment of inertia of rest of various objects
    75. To make a battery using coins
    76. To make the paper cup lamps using waste material and led
    77. To make air compressor using waste material.
    78. To make a hologram from waste material.
    79. To make sugar rainbow by using different food colors and densities.
    80. To make dc generator using cds and a magnet.
    81. To generate electricity from water flow

     

    List of Extended practicals undertaken by students in Department of Physics

     Session 2018-19

    1. Make a wireless power transmission through Tesla Coil
    2. Conversion of solar energy into electrical energy by using solar panel.
    3. To construct fire alarm circuit.
    4. To make eddy current spinner using neodymium magnets.
    5. To make wireless electricity transmission circuit by using copper wire.
    6. To detect the magnetic properties of a Neodymium Magnet.
    7. To Make A Pin Hole Camera.
    8. To detect fire by using fire alarm.
    9. To make hydraulic bridge
    10. To rotate can with the induced eddy currents from magnets.
    11. To prove that graphite conducts electricity.
    12. To Prepare Eco free and Sustainable air conditioning system
    13. To make lissajous curves with pendulum.
    14. Save water by using water level indicator
    15. Homemade projector using light bulb
    16. Making of bottle rocket by using air pump.
    17. To design water indicator alarm for detecting floods in prone areas.
    18. Demonstration of Eddy Current
    19. Sample water heater with razor blades.
    20. To make a Matchbox Microphone.
    21. To make a laser light security alarm and it can also used a home security system.
    22. How to lift the heavy materials with the help of thread/light weight
    23. To make mini water pump using waste material
      • To find the center of gravity as twelve nails find precarious stability on the head of one nail.
      • To find the center of gravity by balancing tow forks on the rim of the glass.
    24. To determine the refractive index of a transparent liquid glycerin , distilled water turpentine oil, kerosene oil , ammonium chloride ; for the given wavelength of light (= 5893) using a spectrometer.
    25. To make air cooler using waste material
    26. To prepare a Automatic rain alarm.
    27. To prepare a portable chargeable fan.
    28. To prepare a Hydraulic lift
    29. To preparesugar rainbow & and study the sugar water density with the help of few common household ingredients.
    30. To construct an electric boat.
    31. To make electric torch using plastic bottle and cells.
    32. To find e/m for electron using long solenoid helical method.
    33. To study characteristics of light dependind resistance LDR.
    34. To study characteristics of photodiode.
    35. To determine the pressure by hydraulic lift using syringes.
    36. To study mutual inductance using Anderson Bridge and CRO
    37. To find the value of Bolztmann constant using PN junction diode
    38. To study characteristics of different LED and to study its output light intensity for different input currents using photocell.
    39. To verify inverse square law of photocell.
    40. To make an simple Air gun at home.
    41. Laser-light security alarm using electronic components.
    42. You flip a coin 50 times.
    43. a) What is the probability that you will get exactly 25 heads and 25 tails?
    44. b) What is the probability you get exactly 10 heads and 40 tails?
    45. To develop an air cooler which employs the similar principle in producing cool breeze of air as existing air
    46. To measure the Rydberg’s Constant by measuring the wavelength of Balmer series of Hydrogen emission spectra

    Outcomes of Extended Practicals (Department of Physics)

    • Extended Experiments sharpened students’ powers of observation, stimulate questions, and helped to develop new understanding and vocabulary.
    • Enhanced the ability to think clearly, to pay attention in detail and to construct logical and reasoned arguments.
    • Learnt to measure diameter of hair using He-Ne Laser, Compared different varieties of detergents using capillary tubes, Compare energy consumption of Bulbs, LEDs and CFLs using energy meter, measured the densities of different materials, viscosities of different liquids, radioactivity of different types of soils, heights of different buildings usindg sextants etc.
    • Students got an opportunity to enhance their abilities through  “Learning by Doing” with different equipments in lab.
    • The feeling of satisfaction and pleasure from the outcomes of self designed experiments, their observations and results to understand the basic concepts of Physics
    • Got hands-on experiences that benefitted the students more than previously realized, particularly in the world of virtual laboratories and online learning.
    • Extended Experiments sharpened students’ powers of observation, stimulate questions, and helped to develop new understanding and vocabulary.
    • Learnt to prepare a Automatic rain alarm, portable chargeable fan, Hydraulic lift refractive index of different liquids, radioactivity of different types of soils, etc.
    • Enhanced the ability to think clearly, to pay attention in detail and to construct logical and reasoned arguments.
    • Students got an opportunity to enhance their abilities through “Learning by Doing” with different equipments in lab.
    • The feeling of satisfaction and pleasure from the outcomes of self designed experiments, their observations and results to understand the basic concepts of Physics

    Got hands-on experiences that benefitted the students more than previously realized, particularly in the world of virtual laboratories and online learning.

Projects undertaken by students in Department of Physics 2015-20

List of Projects undertaken by students in Department of Physics Session 2015-16

S. No. Topic of the project Name and class of the student(s) Name of the teacher/ guide
1.  To measure the density of different shapes with same masses using Archimedes principle. Ruchika,Amritpal Priyanka,Diksha

B.Sc. I

Ms. Priya Sangar
2. To study the variation of atmospheric pressure and temperature using a Fortin’s Barometer for a period of  20 days Navjot Kaur, Jasleen, Neha

Simranjit Kaur B.Sc. I

Ms. Priya Sangar
3. To find the coefficient of viscosity of glycerine using different objects of different size & material. Navpreet,Khushboo

Jasleen,Arwinder,

Rupinder B.Sc. I

Ms. Priya Sangar
4. To study the variation in the intensity of light using different sources BULB , LED, CFL.

 

36 students

B.Sc. II

Dr. Neetu Chopra

Ms. Ekta

5. To prepare different glasses and study their optical properties Vandana, B.Sc. III Ms. Shivani
6.  To find velocity of sound in different liquids using Ultrasonic Interferometer 12 students, BSc II Dr. Sangeeta Prasher &

Ms. Ekta

7. To find susceptibility of different concentrations of   FeCl3  . Simran, B.Sc. III Ms. Parminder Cheema

List of Projects undertaken by students in Department of Physics

Session 2016-17

S. No. Topic of the project Name and class of the student(s) Name of the teacher/ guide
1. To Calibrate the Constant Deviation spectrometer using a calibration source

 

Anureet Kaur, Jai Kaur,Navpreet Kaur, Mehak ,Arwinder Kaur, Rupinder Kaur B.Sc. Sem 3Non – Med  

Dr. Neetu Chopra &

Ms. Ekta

2. To study the physics behind the MRI (MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING) Amandeep Kaur B.Sc. Sem 3Non – Med Dr. Neetu Chopra &Ms. Ekta
3. To calculate the ultrasonic velocities of binary liquids using ultra sonic interferometer. 4 studentsB.Sc. Sem 4Non – Med Dr. Neetu Chopra &

Ms. Ekta

4. To produce electric current using the acids present in our juice (limica, fenta, coca-cola) and check the variation f current by changing its level of acidity. Varsha Rani , Shilpa Rani               Shweta B.Sc. Sem 4Non – Med Dr. Neetu Chopra &

Ms. Ekta

5. To verify Faraday’s Laws of electrolysis using Copper voltameter. Sharma Surbhi, Manpreet, Aarti , Paramjit,Renu B.Sc. Sem 1 Non Med Ms. Priya Sangar & Ms. Navjot
6. To study the Physics behind  working of Stethoscope and to use it to monitor the heart rate of different persons under different conditions like at rest, running etc. Mansi, Deeksha, Manpreet

Rajni, Shikha B.Sc. Sem 1 C.Sc.

Ms. Priya Sangar & Ms. Navjot
7. To find surface tension of different liquids prepared by chemistry students by different methods and compare the results . Pooja , Mansi , Jaskaran

Kritika, Money B.Sc. Sem 2 Non Med

Ms. Priya Sangar & Ms. Navjot
8. To find viscosity of different liquids prepared by chemistry students by different methods and compare the results . Manveer, Pallvi, Aradhna

Shivani, Priyanka B.Sc. Sem 2 Non Med

Ms. Priya Sangar & Ms. Navjot
9. To study propagation of microwaves using wave guides and to study  reflection, refraction, polarization and propagation of microwaves under different conditions of medium. 4 students B.Sc. Sem 5 Non Med Ms. Parminder Kaur  & Mr. Harleen
10. Preparing working model of dc motor  without any magnet  and study the relevant theory. 4 students B.Sc. Sem 5 Non Med Ms. Parminder Kaur  & Mr. Harleen
11. To study amount of radioactivity in soils from different parts 4 students B.Sc. Sem 6 Non Med Ms. Parminder Kaur  & Dr. Mani
12. To study the amount of beta particles of radon gas in air of KMV using GM Counter Amandeep Kaur B.Sc. Sem 6 Non Med Dr. Manmohan Singh Heer

List of Projects undertaken by students in Department of Physics

Session 2017-18

S. No. Topic of the project Name and class of the student(s) Name of the teacher/ guide
1. To compare the elastic properties by finding Young’s modulus of different bars of different woods. Harsimran ,Kamna Joshi,Raman,

Akanksha ,Kanvi

B.Sc. I Sem Non Medical

Ms. Priya Sangar
3. To find the electro- chemical equivalent of hydrogen using an ammeter and a water voltameter. Shivani, Nishita, Gursharan ,Tania, Himanshi B.Sc.II Sem Non Medical

 

Ms. Priya Sangar
5. To verify the magnitude of current from the citrus fruit like apple, orange, grape fruit, lemon and mausami compare its value by varying number of fruits.

 

Kanika sharma, Arzoo Sharma, Gurpreet kaur, Nancy bala, Priyanka sharma B.Sc Sem III

 

Dr. Neetu Chopra
7. To find the specific rotation of different solutions by using a polarimeter. Nidhi, Simar, Meenakshi

Jaskaran, Monita

Priyanka, B.Sc Sem IV

Dr. Surbhi Sharma
8. To study the variation of angle of deviation (ϴ) with the refractive index using different mediums.

 

Gurpreet

Aarzoo

Kanika B.Sc Sem IV

 

Dr. Surbhi Sharma
9. To study the optical properties of microbes in water using LDR Sukhwinder,Swati, Anuradha B.Sc Sem IV Dr. Neetu Chopra
10. To measure the indoor concentration of Radon daughter products in the atmospheric air of KMV Campus Khusboo, Pallvi, Navpreet, Arvinder

B.Sc Sem VI

Dr. Manmohan Singh

List of Projects undertaken by students in Department of Physics

Session 2017-18

 

S. No. Topic of the project Name and class of the student(s) Name of the teacher/ guide
1. A study of indoor Radon, Thoron levels in different types of dwellings Jalandhar distt. of Punjab, India Aradhana, Pallavi Bhadhan, Minaxi Devi, Manmeet Sharma/ B.Sc Non Med Sem VI Dr. Manmohan, Mr. Manish Pandit
2. Removal of dyes from waste water with electrochemical oxidation (Inter disciplinary with chemistry) Gursharanjit Kaur, Rithika, Prachi Sharma, Himanshi, Vaishali, Sukriti/ B.Sc Non Med Sem IV Dr. Neetu, Dr. Surbhi Sharma, Dr. Narinderjit Kaur
3. To investigate the structural and thermal properties of calcium and magnesium borate glasses. (Inter disciplinary with chemistry)

 

Paramjit Kaur, Mansi Sharma, Renu, Arti/ B.Sc Non Med Sem VI Dr. Neetu, Dr. Surbhi Sharma, Ms. Sinder
4. Characterization of Dysprosium doped Bismuth Borosilicate glasses. (Inter disciplinary with chemistry) Pooja, Mani, Gurjit Kaur, Mitali/ B.Sc Non Med Sem VI Dr. Neetu Chopra, Dr. Gopi Sharma, Dr. Abhimanew
5. Characterization of europium doped bismuth borate glasses using photoluminescence spectroscopy. (Inter disciplinary with chemistry) Priya, Abha, Nancy Vohra, Simardeep Kaur/ B.Sc Non Med Sem VI Dr. Gopi Sharma,  Dr. Surbhi Sharma, Dr. Updesh Kaur
6. Designinig bluetooth controlled robot car Deepti, Swati, Sukhwinder, Anuradha, Gagandeep, Alisha Bharti/ B.Sc Non Med Sem VI Ms. Parminder Kaur, Ms. Maninder Kaur
7. To study electrical properties of metal        oxide  nanoparticles using  LCR

 

Deepti, Swati, Sukhwinder, Anuradha, Gagandeep, Alisha Bharti/ B.Sc Non Med Sem V Ms. Neha Verma
8. To measure the refractive index of given liquids for a given wavelength of light                 ( =5893Å)using spectrometer.

(Inter disciplinary)

Harsimranjeet Kaur, Kamna Joshi, Palvi/ B.Sc Non Med Sem IV Dr. Neetu, Dr. Surbhi
9. To calculate the energy and wavelength of He-Ne LASER usingYoung’s Double slit of variable widths. Aditi, Tanvi Sharma, Sheetal, Nidhi, Arushi, Amrit Kaur/ B.Sc (N.M) Semester IV Dr. Neetu, Dr. Surbhi
10. Automatic street light control using LDR.

 

Deepti, Swati, Sukhwinder, Anuradha, Gagandeep, Alisha Bharti/ B.Sc Non Med Sem V Ms. Parminder Kaur
11. To find the coefficient of kinetic friction of different surfaces by using law of conservation of energy. Sakshi, Anterpreet, Anchal, Gagandeep, B.Sc Non Med Sem I Mr. Harleen Singh
12. To compare the monochromaticity of He-Ne Laser, sodium vapor lamp, mercury lamp by young’s double slit experiment. Harshita, Vaishali, Navneet Kaur, Kajol, Harleen, Priya/ B.Sc Non Med Sem IV Dr. Neetu Chopra

Outcomes of Projects (Department of Physics)

  • Helped to enhance planning, critical thinking, reasoning and creativity among the students.
  • Created strong communication skills among their peer group, both for interpersonal and presentation needs
  • Helped to investigate the concepts at interdisciplinary levels.
  • Helped to improve the visualizing and decision making skills
  • Gotto know about how and when to use technology and choosing the most appropriate tool for the task.
  • Learnt to use He-Ne Laser,  M. Counter, energy meter , sextants , Barometer etc.
  • Got to measure Luminous Intensities of different lamps, radioactivity of different types of soils, etc.
  • Learnt to design home made Vaccum Cleaner, room heater, A.C., Cooler battery from fruits, home made Generator, Fountain without motor etc.
  • Learnt to use He-Ne Laser, LDR, LCR, Spectrometer,  Basic use of  UV-Visible spectrometer  and  DTA
  • Learnt to use and install radiation dosimeters
  • Got to study of indoor Radon, Thoron levels in different types of dwellings Jalandhar distt. Of Punjab, India
  • Learnt preparation and characterization of glasses.
  • Learnt the programming and use of microprocessor to design bluetooth controlled robot car
  • Helped to enhance planning, critical thinking, reasoning and creativity among the students.
  • Created strong communication skills among their peer group, both for interpersonal and presentation needs
  • Helped to investigate the concepts at interdisciplinary levels.
  • Helped to improve the visualizing and decision making skills
  • Got to know about how and when to use technology and choosing the most appropriate tool for the task.

Physics Equipment's purchased under DBT grant from 2015-20

List of Physics Equipment’s purchased under DBT grant from 2015-20

S. No. Item Purchased Qty
1. G.M. Counter with tube, beta sources and extra sources 2
2. Travelling microscope, capiliary, stand for surface tension 4
3. Fortin’s Barometer with mercury 2
4. Sextant with stand 4
5. Tangent Galvanometer, copper voltameter 2
6. He-Ne laser with optical bench 3
7. Laser pointer 4
8. Luminous intensity of different sources using photocell, different bulbs, photocell 4
9. Digital multi meter 4
10. resistance, inductance and capacitor ,CRO with function generator & digital storage oscilloscope 3
11. Different components to make radio receiver like resistances, capacitors, inductors, amplifiers transistors, diodes etc. 2
12. Long glass tubes, lead balls, for finding viscosity of different liquids 4
13. Objects of different shapes  with same mass , Digital balance and graduated cylinder 4
14.  Energy  meter , LED, Incandescent lamp & filament bulb 4
15. Circular coil,  power supply and tangent galvanometer 4
16. Vibration Magnetometer 4
17. Microwave trainer kit “NVIS” Model Nvis 2000 1
18. Moment of Inertia 4
19. Fly Wheel 4
20. Young’s Modul 4
21. Poisson’s Ratio 4
22. Melde’s Experiment 4
23. Compound Pendulum 2
24. Kater’s Pendulum 2
25. Maxwell’s Needle 2
26. Longarithmic Decrement 1
27. Carey Foster Bridge 4
28. Induced Emf 4
29. Resonance in Series & Parallel LCR 2
30. Flashing & Quenching 2
31. Anderson’s Bridge 2
32. Sextant 4
33. Sodium Lamp 6
34. Mercury Lamp 2
35. Hollow Prism 8
36. Double Refracting Prism 8
37. Flint Prism 8
38. Diffraction Grating 8
39. Lee’s Method 1
40. Thermocouple 4
41. Planck’s Contant 1
42. Ionization Potential of Mercury 2
43. Photovoltic Cell (inverse Square Law) 2
44. Electric Kettle 3
45. Polarimeter 2
46. Laser 2
47. Planck,s Constant Using LEDs 1
48. P-n Junction Diode 2
49. Zener Diode 4
50. Biasing of transistor (Band Width) 4
51. LDR Characteristics 4
52. E/m Long Solenoid 1
53. Characteristics of Photodiode 1
54. B-H Curve 2
55. Wave Shipping RC Circuit 2
56. Multimeter 6
57. Vernier Callipers 12
58. Screw Gauge 12
59. Function Generator 4
60. GM Counter & Accessories 1
61. CRO 30MHZ 1
62. E/m Long Solonide 1
63. Iodine App. 1
64. Lee’s Method 2
65. Febry Perot App. 1
66. Michelson Interferometer 1
67. Plank’s Constant 1
68. Frankz Hertz Exp. 1
69. P-N Junction (Energy Band Gap) 2
70. Fibre Optic Spectrometer and Accesories 1

 

Extended practicals and Demonstrations undertaken by students in Department of Physics 2015-20

List of Extended practicals and Demonstrations undertaken by students in Department of Physics

Session 2015-16

  1. To study the comparative cleansing action of different detergents through surface tension
  2. To compare the energy consumption of LED, CFL and BULB using energy meter
  3. To study the magnetic field on axis of current carrying coil.
  4. To find the height of a KMV Hostel building, KMV Vocational Block building, KMV library building,, First Floor of KMV Old Commerce Block building using sextant.
  5. To find the wave length of He-Ne laser.
  6. To find the diameter of hair and  wire using He-Ne laser.
  7. To determine the value of e/m for electron by long solenoid (helical) method.
  8. To measure AC voltages using CRO and to calculate the deflection sensitivity in mm per mole.
  9. To measure the voltage with the help of CRO.
  10. To measure unknown frequency by using CRO
  11. To study the Faraday laws of electromagnetic induction using a strong magnet coil and a galvanometer.
  12. To set up a DC motor using magnet and DC supply.
  13. To study the formation of images using a lens and a torch.
  14. To set up a rectifier and study its output using diodes, step down transformer and soldering equipment.
  15. To open a galvanometer, ammeter and a voltmeter and study its components

List of Extended practicals and Demonstrations undertaken by students in Department of Physics

Session 2016-17

  1. To study the comparative cleansing action of different detergents through surface tension
  2. To compare the energy consumption of LED, CFL and BULB using energy meter.
  3. To study the magnetic field on axis of current carrying coil.
  4. To find the height of a KMV Hostel building, KMV Vocational Block building, KMV library building, First Floor of KMV Old Commerce Block building using sextant.
  5. To find the wave length of He-Ne laser.
  6. To find the diameter of hair and  wire using He-Ne laser.
  7. To determine the value of e/m for electron by long solenoid (helical) method.
  8. To measure AC voltages using CRO and to calculate the deflection sensitivity in mm per mole.
  9. To study the Faraday laws of electromagnetic induction using a strong magnet coil and a galvanometer.
  10. To set up a DC motor using magnet and DC supply.
  11. To study the formation of images using a lens and a torch.
  12. To set up a rectifier and study its output using diodes, step down transformer and soldering equipment.
  13. To open a galvanometer,  ammeter and a voltmeter and study its components
  14. To find the height of old commerce block of KMV (inaccessible object) using Sextant.
  15. To find the area of a window (accessible object) using Sextant.
  16. To calculate the width of hair using He- Ne Laser.
  17. To study the variation of intensity of light with distance using lamps of different wattage and hence verify inverse square law.
  18. To study the variation of intensity of light with distance using lamps of same wattage but different manufactures and hence verify inverse square law
  19. To determine the wavelength of given laser beam using Young’s Double Slit method.
  20. In this experiment the wavelengths of the visible emission lines of hydrogen (Balmer series) will be measured and compared to the values predicted by Bohr’s quantum theory.
  21. To study the areal characteristics of photovoltaic.
  22. To study the azimuthal characteristics of photovoltaic.
  23. To construct the projector by using water and waste material. Explain the concept of projection and how the quality and size of image changes with distance of object from source of light.
  24. To compare the heating  of different  house  hold  conducting  like  iron rods, aluminium rods and  copper  rods by  calculating  their  heating
  25. To compare the thermo emf  of different liquids using galvanometer and plot a calibration curve of given thermocouple.
  26. To check the conductivity of some different liquids.
  27. To construct an electro-magnet using copper wires and battery.
  28. How to make a water alarm at home
  29. To construct a vacuum cleaner using plastic bottles and to demonstrate its working.
  30. To study the piezoelectric effect by using piezoelectric element .
  31. To construct a water overflow Indicator using Household Material.
  32. To construct an enviro-battery using household items.
  33. Motion of aluminium cans by production of Eddy currents.
  34. To construct a night lamp which switches on automatically when darkness comes in the evening.
  35. To construct a water overflow Indicator using Household Material.
  36. To construct an enviro-battery using household items.
  37. Motion of aluminium cans by production of Eddy currents.
  38. To construct a night lamp which switches on automatically when darkness comes in the evening.
  39. To construct the 3D hologram projector for phone by using waste materials. Also to explain, how the size of image changes with increase in volume of hologram projector.
  40. How to make three dimensional image using hologram.
  41. To make portable charger using electronic components.
  42. To demonstrate conservation of electricity in house with the help of human body weight /force and switch.
  43. To observe the air pressure using a egg in a bottle.
  44. To construct room heater using dc motor, fan, battery and two lamps.
  45. To construct a battery using coins.
  46. To test active components using CRO.
  47. To fabricate a battery using household materials (Potatoes) and check variation of current with number of potatoes.
  48. To construct an Air Conditioner by using home material and demonstrating its working.
  49. To study the comparison of detergents using capillary tube.
  50. To study the energy consumption of bulb, L.E.D. & CFL using energy meter.
  51. To find the viscosity of glycerine using stoke’s method.
  52. To study the variation of resistance of filament of a bulb with its temperature.
  53. To verify the density of iron, aluminium & brass material using Archimedes principle.
  54. To determine the moment of inertia of a rectangular bar about an axis through its C.G. by the method of coincidence.
  55. To find the value of M in the laboratory using deflection & vibration magnetometer.
  56. To verify Kirchoff’s laws
  57. To study an R.L. circuit.
  58. To study Lissagous figures using two signal generators having equal frequency and a CRO.
  59. To compare the frequencies of two audio oscillators using CRO.
  60. To find mains frequency by using sonometer and electromagnet.
  61. To study use of CRO to find different frequencies and voltages.
  62. To study use of multimeter to find voltage, current and resistance and to test Diode, LED, FET, PNP/NPN Transistor and Capacitor.
  63. To study the effect of temperature on the battery made by coins
  64. To Make Electric Heater using Halogen Lamp.
  65. To prepare a water fountain without   using motor.
  66. SWACHH BHARAT ABHIYAN with the help of vaccum cleaner by household material
  67. To construct an air compressor and demonstrate its working.

List of Extended practicals undertaken by students in Department of Physics

Session 2017-18

  1. To study damping of a bar pendulum.
  2. To study oscillations of a rubber band & to draw potential curve for it.
  3. To study the oscillations of a mass in combination of two springs (i) in series (ii) in parallel & hence determination of force constant.
  4. To determine Young’s modulus of material of a beam by vibration method.
  5. To determine Young’s modulus of material of a beam by cantilever method.
  6. To construct Power boat using waste materials.
  7. To verify the laws of photoelectric effect using photocell
  8. To determine the wavelength of given laser beam using Young’s double slit method
  9. To verify the certain laws of probability distribution using electronic dice
  10. To verify the certain laws of probability by throwing one dice
  11. To determine the refractive index of a given transparent liquid (alcohol)for a given wavelength of light a spectrometer
  12. To determine the refractive index of a given transparent liquid (water)for a given wavelength of light a spectrometer
  13. To verify the magnitude of current from the different fruit (Grapes, oranges, lemons) and compare it’s value by varying number of Grape
  14. To determine the dispersive power of prism
  15. To determine the refractive index of a given transparent liquid (Kerosene oil)for a given wavelength of light a spectrometer
  16. To determine the refractive index of a given transparent liquid (Turpentine Oil)for a given wavelength of light a spectrometer.
  17. To determine the dispersive power of prism
  18. To predict what will happen to balloon filled with water and air held over water
  19. To make an air pump using plastic bottle
  20. Defy gravity while balancing the forks
  21. Learn how to make a old cinema projector that is an opto -mechanical device for displaying motion picture film by projecting it onto a screen
  22. Making a liquid invisible3D Hologram
  23. To determine that the molecules can move from hot to cold water and from cold to hot water with the help of food colouring dye
  24. To verify law of conservation of energy (energy can be transformed from one type to another type i.e mechanical energy is converted into electrical energy
  25. To observe what happens when balloon filled with air is inverted over a bottle filled with water
  26. To determine pressure with the help of air pump
  27. Mobile Charging through bananas
  28. To make a simple rocket launcher from paper
  29. Use of multiple reflection in ‘Infinity well’
  30. To study the variation of water pressure with the temperature
  31. To study the variation of angle of deviation (ϴ) with the refractive index using different medium (Sugar sol. and dettol).
  32. To study the variation of angle of deviation (ϴ)with the refractive index using different medium (Water, Olive Oil).
  33. To study the variation of angle of deviation (ϴ)with the refractive index using different medium (Glycerin, Dettol).
  34. To compare the wavelength of laser light using diffraction grating and Young’s double slit
  35. To make aluminium charcoal battery.
  36. To find the coefficient of thermal conductivity of a bad conductor (glass slab) by lee’s method.
  37. To find the specific rotation of camphor solution by using a polarimeter.
  38. To verify the laws of conservation of momentum and energy using Newton’s Cradle.
  39. To find the specific rotation of sucrose solution by using a polarimeter.
  40. To construct air bubble model by using home waste material
  41. Using a bubble blowing apparatus developed a model that explains the effects of several factors such as the breath velocity, on the process of blowing bubble.
  42. To study the variation in range of a projectile with the angle of projection
  43. To find the specific rotation of Turpentine by using a polarimeter.
  44. To make an electric sharpner
  45. To study the effect of atmospheric pressure on a lit candle
  46. To Make a candle swing and understand the physics behind it.
  47. To explain the working of two-way switches.
  48. Generation of electricity( by home made spinning wheel ) using water
  49. To determine the pressure of water by using glass bottle.
  50. To study the power consumed by different light bulbs.
  51. Making of 3D hologram using a plastic bottle.
  52. To make electrical fan at home using waste marital.
  53. To prepare water filter at home.
  54. To make water heater with the help of spoons.
  55. How to make a hair dryer at home for drying hairs even in the absence of electricity.
  56. To study the response of RC circuit at different frequencies
  57. To make small battery from different fruits.
  58. How to make simple electric bell at home.
  59. To construct an eco cooler from waste material.
  60. To harness electric power from a burning candle.
  61. To make a mini torch using a pencil.
  62. To study phase relationship using LCR components and a CRO
  63. To make a matchbox microphone
  64. To make an electric door opener.
  65. To study scattering of light due to the colloidal solution
  66. To make electric power heater using household waste material
  67. Make a projector using bulb and torch
  68. To construct Lemon Battery
  69. To make a heron water fountain using waste material without motor and electricity
  70. How to burn a candle underwater
  71. How to convert ac into dc without using transformer
  72. To make dc motar by converting mechanical energy to electrical energy
  73. To create an artificial osmotic pressure with the help of water and plastic bottle.
  74. To study the moment of inertia of rest of various objects
  75. To make a battery using coins
  76. To make the paper cup lamps using waste material and led
  77. To make air compressor using waste material.
  78. To make a hologram from waste material.
  79. To make sugar rainbow by using different food colors and densities.
  80. To make dc generator using cds and a magnet.
  81. To generate electricity from water flow

 

List of Extended practicals undertaken by students in Department of Physics

 Session 2018-19

  1. Make a wireless power transmission through Tesla Coil
  2. Conversion of solar energy into electrical energy by using solar panel.
  3. To construct fire alarm circuit.
  4. To make eddy current spinner using neodymium magnets.
  5. To make wireless electricity transmission circuit by using copper wire.
  6. To detect the magnetic properties of a Neodymium Magnet.
  7. To Make A Pin Hole Camera.
  8. To detect fire by using fire alarm.
  9. To make hydraulic bridge
  10. To rotate can with the induced eddy currents from magnets.
  11. To prove that graphite conducts electricity.
  12. To Prepare Eco free and Sustainable air conditioning system
  13. To make lissajous curves with pendulum.
  14. Save water by using water level indicator
  15. Homemade projector using light bulb
  16. Making of bottle rocket by using air pump.
  17. To design water indicator alarm for detecting floods in prone areas.
  18. Demonstration of Eddy Current
  19. Sample water heater with razor blades.
  20. To make a Matchbox Microphone.
  21. To make a laser light security alarm and it can also used a home security system.
  22. How to lift the heavy materials with the help of thread/light weight
  23. To make mini water pump using waste material
    • To find the center of gravity as twelve nails find precarious stability on the head of one nail.
    • To find the center of gravity by balancing tow forks on the rim of the glass.
  24. To determine the refractive index of a transparent liquid glycerin , distilled water turpentine oil, kerosene oil , ammonium chloride ; for the given wavelength of light (= 5893) using a spectrometer.
  25. To make air cooler using waste material
  26. To prepare a Automatic rain alarm.
  27. To prepare a portable chargeable fan.
  28. To prepare a Hydraulic lift
  29. To preparesugar rainbow & and study the sugar water density with the help of few common household ingredients.
  30. To construct an electric boat.
  31. To make electric torch using plastic bottle and cells.
  32. To find e/m for electron using long solenoid helical method.
  33. To study characteristics of light dependind resistance LDR.
  34. To study characteristics of photodiode.
  35. To determine the pressure by hydraulic lift using syringes.
  36. To study mutual inductance using Anderson Bridge and CRO
  37. To find the value of Bolztmann constant using PN junction diode
  38. To study characteristics of different LED and to study its output light intensity for different input currents using photocell.
  39. To verify inverse square law of photocell.
  40. To make an simple Air gun at home.
  41. Laser-light security alarm using electronic components.
  42. You flip a coin 50 times.
  43. a) What is the probability that you will get exactly 25 heads and 25 tails?
  44. b) What is the probability you get exactly 10 heads and 40 tails?
  45. To develop an air cooler which employs the similar principle in producing cool breeze of air as existing air
  46. To measure the Rydberg’s Constant by measuring the wavelength of Balmer series of Hydrogen emission spectra

Outcomes of Extended Practicals (Department of Physics)

  • Extended Experiments sharpened students’ powers of observation, stimulate questions, and helped to develop new understanding and vocabulary.
  • Enhanced the ability to think clearly, to pay attention in detail and to construct logical and reasoned arguments.
  • Learnt to measure diameter of hair using He-Ne Laser, Compared different varieties of detergents using capillary tubes, Compare energy consumption of Bulbs, LEDs and CFLs using energy meter, measured the densities of different materials, viscosities of different liquids, radioactivity of different types of soils, heights of different buildings usindg sextants etc.
  • Students got an opportunity to enhance their abilities through  “Learning by Doing” with different equipments in lab.
  • The feeling of satisfaction and pleasure from the outcomes of self designed experiments, their observations and results to understand the basic concepts of Physics
  • Got hands-on experiences that benefitted the students more than previously realized, particularly in the world of virtual laboratories and online learning.
  • Extended Experiments sharpened students’ powers of observation, stimulate questions, and helped to develop new understanding and vocabulary.
  • Learnt to prepare a Automatic rain alarm, portable chargeable fan, Hydraulic lift refractive index of different liquids, radioactivity of different types of soils, etc.
  • Enhanced the ability to think clearly, to pay attention in detail and to construct logical and reasoned arguments.
  • Students got an opportunity to enhance their abilities through “Learning by Doing” with different equipments in lab.
  • The feeling of satisfaction and pleasure from the outcomes of self designed experiments, their observations and results to understand the basic concepts of Physics

Got hands-on experiences that benefitted the students more than previously realized, particularly in the world of virtual laboratories and online learning.

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