The Department of Physics at Dr.M.G.R.Educational and Research Institute, University, a fully accredited and comprehensive institution, came into existence in the year 1988 as a servicing department teaching Engineering Physics to the students of Engineering & Technology.In the year 2014, it has became an  independent department  under the faculty of Humanities & Science.The undergraduate program B.Sc. Physics was started in the same year and the two year post graduate programme M.Sc. Physics was started in the year 2019.All the courses offered by the department are unique in its own way and are designed to cater to the requirements and needs of the student community. The department has conducted several levels of bridge courses (for I year B.Tech students) and also remedial classes based on timely demand and requirements. It is one among other major departments that pursues timeless research and also contributes immensely to the field. Most of the Faculty members are Ph.D. holders who have their research publications in well established journals.The department also offers Ph.Dprogramme in several areas of Physics with special focus on Nano technology. It is a matter of pride and elation to mention that the department admits average students too and moulds them to attain a steady and respected level in their future career. The student strength increases in arithmetical progression year after year and the department leaves no stone unturned in striving to increase it exponentially in the forthcoming years.


  • Under Graduate Programme was established in 2014.
  • Degree courses offered: B.Sc. Physics, M.Sc. Physics, Ph.D. (Part time/full time).

  • Gives Internship Opportunities

  • Lays emphasis on practical training and development of analytical and problem-solving skills.

  • Gets actively involved in major and minor research projects.

  • Arranges educational visits to research institutes and industries.

  • Organizes seminars and workshops with eminent academicians.

  • Conducts Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on a regular basis.

  • Follows Digital Learning Methods.


The department plans to enhance its method of teaching and learning by introducing E-learning through Digital Learning and also Information Communication Technology (ICT)


Training students for quality education,nurturingenthusiasm,building foundation for excellence,developing passion towards the study of Physics and continuous improvement of  scientific research.


  • To provide high quality education,equipping students to compete globally and create a sense of ethical responsibilities among students
  • To support  the sustainable developmental activities of the institute and make the department vibrant and excel in various disciplinces of knowledge

  • To develop and accept the challenges  in physics and disseminate knowledge of the subject to upcoming generations to contribute to the betterment of society

  • To encourage the students towards observation and analysis of the natural  surroundings by contributing effectively to the existing laws of nature

  • To dedicate oneself towards teaching commitment to students and igniting innovative methods to accomplish.


We believe our students and their performance only can act as our perfect testimonial. So our main objective is that to impart quality education to our students with best available facilities. It is our greatest objective to obtain consistent and excellent results that would serve as our resume.




Under Graduate Courses (3 years)

  • B.Sc.  Physics
  • B.Sc. Applied Physics

  • B.Sc. Electronic science

  • B.Sc. Physics with nano science

  • B.Sc. Physics with Laser Technology

  • B.Sc. Material science and

  • B.Sc. Physics with computer applications

Post Graduate Courses (2 years)

  • M.Sc.  Physics
  • M.Sc. Applied Physics

  • M.Sc. Electronic science

  • M.Sc. Physics with nano science

  • M.Sc. Physics with Laser Technology

  • M.Sc. Material science and

  • M.Sc. Physics with computer applications


The department has good infrastructure with Smart Classrooms, Independent laboratory to conduct  B.Sc.and MSc practicals, Well equipped Lecture halls, Separate room for research scholars, Independent research laboratories to excel research findings.It provides excellent ambiance for teaching and learning activities. Members of the department enjoy unlimited Wi-Fi to update themselves in their quest for knowledge.


Physics lab I- General Lab
  • Provides service to the Research community.
  • Gives Innovative Training  to Students.

  • Brings pioneering models in the Lab.

  • Has Tie-ups with other physics Laboratories in and around popular colleges

Physics Lab II – Electronics Lab

  • Intensifies  Electrical and Electronic knowledge
  • Provides ideas about online Circuit Simulators.

  • Enables in performing experiments through Computer simulations.


The Department of Physics has an exclusive library with a total volume of 352books  under the following major topics:Crystallography

  • Atomic and Nuclear Physics
  • Quantum Physics

  • Mathematical Physics

  • Thermodynamics

  • Laser

  • Sound

  • Optics and Spectroscopy

  • Engineering Physics


The department enjoys two well equipped  smart rooms with high end projectors which pave the way for enhancing teaching methods through Informative Communication Technology (ICT)



  • S.Radhakrishnan, D.Jayaraman, D.Anbu Selvi, " Studies on Linear and Non linear Optical Properties of Vanillin”- International Journal of Chem. Tech and Research -Vol.5, No.6,2013, pp2717-2726.

  • S.Radhakrishnan, Kalaivani, D.Anbuselvi, D.Jayaraman, "Investigations on Growth and Electrical, Thermal, Mechanical and Nonlinear properties of Vanillin”- International Journal of Chem. Tech and Research, Vol.6,No.3, 2014pp1624-1626.

  • S.Radhakrishnan, Kalaivani, D.Anbuselvi, D.Jayaraman, "Studies On Nucleation,    Growth And Characterization Of Nonlinear Optical Crystal-L Valine Formamide Zinc Sulphate” International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol.10,No.68 , 2015, pp657-659.

  • S.Chellammal, S.Manivannan, "Determination Of Quantum Confinement Effect Of Nanoparticles”,  Advanced Materials Research, Vol 1051, 2014,pp 17-20.

  • S.Chellammal, S.Manivannan, R.Sivanand, "Analysis Of Electrical Properties Of Silver Doped Cadmium Sulphide Nanocrystallites By Impedance Spectroscopy Method”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol 10, no. 55,2015, pp. 30- 33.

  • S.Chellammal, A.P.Karthikeyan, P.Harsha,S.Manivannan, "Structural Properties of Size Variation of Nanocrystallitess”, Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol 813-814, 2015, pp 226- 229.

  • R.Sivanand, S.Chellammal and S.Manivannan, "Cadmium Sulphide Nanocrystallites for Optoelectronic Devices”, Materials Science Forum, Vol 969, 2019 , pp 237- 241.

  • Sivanand.R, S.Chellammal and S. Manivannan, Synthesis, "Structural Analysis of Cadmium Sulphide Nanocrystallites” Materials Science Forum, Vol 969, 2019 , pp. 169- 174.

  • M.Giruba, J.Christina Rhoda, S.Chellammal, K.Ravichandran, "Structural, Dielectric And Optical Analyses Of Copper Doped Zinc Oxide Nanocrystallites”, Journal of International Pharmaceutical Research 46[1]2019; pp. 686-689.

  • J.Christina Rhoda, M.Giruba,  S.Chellammal, K.Ravichandran, "Time Resolved Fluorescence In Silver Doped Cadmium Oxide Using Time Correlated Single Photon Counting Technique”, Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control systems, Vol.11, 07 Special issue  2019.

  • Subhashree GR, Kamalraj. "Evaluation Of Memory-Enhancing Activity For Erythrinine From Leaf Extract Of Erythrina Indica”, Asian J Pharm Clin Res,Vol 12, Issue 5, 2019, pp 1-3.

  • Subhashree GR, Kamalraj. "Cleaning Method Development Models And Validation For Different Pharmaceutical Formulations By Using Lc/Ms: A Review”,  International Journal of Current Advanced Research Vol 7, Issue 12(B),  December 2018, pp 16476-16482.

  • GR Subhashree, J Haribabu, S Saranya, P Yuvaraj, DA Krishnan, R Karvembu, D. Gayathri, "In Vitro Antioxidant, Antiinflammatory And In Silico Molecular Docking Studies Of Thiosemicarbazones”, Journal of Molecular Structure 1145, pp160-169, 2017.

  • J Haribabu, GR Subhashree, S Saranya, K Gomathi, R Karvembu, D Gayathri, "Isatin Based Thiosemicarbazone Derivatives As Potential Bioactive Agents: Anti-Oxidant And Molecular Docking Studies”,  Journal of Molecular Structure 1110, 185-195, 2016.

  • J Haribabu, GR Subhashree, S Saranya, K Gomathi, R Karvembu, D Gayathri "Synthesis, Crystal Structure, And In Vitro And In Silico Molecular Docking Of Novel Acyl Thiourea Derivatives”, Journal of Molecular Structure 1094, 281-291, 2015.

  • GR Subhashree, S Purushothaman, R Raghunathan, D Velmurugan, D Gayathri 2, 15-Dioxa-7, 18, 19, 20, 23-pentaazaheptacyclo [21.6. 1.117, 20.01, 8.03, 7.09, 14.024, 29] hentriaconta-9, 11, 13, 17 (31), 18, 24, 26, 28-octaen-30-one Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Online 69 (11), o1637-o1637, 2013.

  • E. Kavitha, S. Selvakumar and J. Madhavan, "Growth, Structural And Optical Studies Of 4-Methoxybenzaldehyde Thiosemicarbazone Zinc Chloride Single Crystal, International Journal of ChemTech Research   ISSN: 0974-4290(2014) Vol.6, No.3, pp 1654-1656

  • E. Kavitha, S. Selvakumar, A. Chitra and J. Madhavan, "Studies On The Optical And Mechanical Properties Of Schiff Base Derivative NLO Single Crystal: BLZC”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, ISSN: 0973-4562 Vol.10 No.68 (2015)

  • A. Chitra, M. Dinesh Raja, E. Kavitha and J. Madhavan, " Structural, Vibrational, Optical and Dielectric Studies on Bis-Glycine Lithium Molybdate”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, ISSN: 0973-4562 Vol.10 No.68 (2015)

  • Kavitha. E,Selvakumar.S,Chitra. A &Madhavan.J, "Spectroscopic Studies On Schiff Base Complex Of NLO Single Crystal: BLZC”, International Journal of Physics, Scopus Indexed

  • Chitra.A, Dinesh Raja.M, Kavitha. E&Madhavan, "Growth And Characterization Of A Semi Organic NLO Material Glycine Nickel (Ii) Chloride Dihydrate  Single Crystals”, International Journal of Physics, Scopus Indexed

  • J.P.Suchitra, A.Kala, Suresh Sagadevan, V.Bharathi Devi & Jiban Podder "Synthesis and  characterization of  bis(2 methyl-8-hydroxyquinoline) Zinc nanoparticles for Organic Light Emitting Diode applications”, Molecular Simulation, ISSN:0892-7022.

  • J.P.Suchitra, A.Kala, V.Bharathi Devi, Suresh Sagadevan, and Rosilda Selvin,  "Synthesis and Optical Characterization of  Cd(mq)2  Nanoparticles for  Organic Light Emitting Diode Application”  Sensor Lett. 16, 938–943 (2018).

  • J.P.Suchitra, A.Kala,  Suresh Sagadevan    "Synthesis and Characterization Of Bis           (2 Methyl-8- Hydroxyquinoline) Lead  Nanoparticles For Organic Light Emitting Diode Applications”, Digest Journal of Nanomaterials and Biostructures, 14, 285-290 (2018)

  • Shubhashree.N.S, Jayakumar.S, Preetha Mary George, Divya.P,AneezAhmed.M, 2015, "Acoustical Parameters And Stability Constant Determination For Chlorophenols – Ccl4   Systems”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol 10 No 68, 2015,764-    765.

  • Preetha Mary George., Jayakumar.S.,Divya.P., Shubhashree.N.S.,  2015 "Molecular Interaction Studies And Particle Size Determination Of Oral Rehydration Salts ORS”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol 10 No 68, 2015, 689 – 691.

  • C.Sree Kuttan Unnithan, Preetha Mary George, Shubhashree.N.S, Hari Kuttan Unnithan. C., 2015, "Physico Chemical and Bacteriological Analysis of an important Fresh Water Body in Kerala”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol 10 No 68, 2015, 818 - 821.

  • P.Divya., Jayakumar.S, Preetha Mary George,Shubhashree.N.S, "Acoustical And Thermodynamic Studies Of Aqueous Sodium Potassium Tartarate At 303 K”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol 10 No 68, 2015, 692 – 693.

  • Jayakumar.S, Preetha Mary George, Shubhashree.N.S, Divya.P, Aneez Ahmed, "Molecular Association Studies on Poly vinyl alcohol at 303K” , International  Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol.  4,Special Issue 1, 2015, pp. 112 - 118.

  • Jayakumar.S, Preetha Mary George, Shubhashree.N.S, Divya.P, Aneez Ahmed, "Thermodynamic Studies of Molecular interactions in aqueous Glycine – A biological Molecule”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science,  Engineering and Technology, Vol. 4, 2015, Special Issue 1, pp. 119 - 122.