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Engineering Physics Laboratory

The Engineering Physics program is a hybrid of applied physics, electrical engineering (EE), electronic communication (EC) and mechanical engineering (ME). The Engineering Physics curriculum provides students with a fundamental knowledge of physics, the application of physics to engineering problem solving, including design, introductory courses in mechanical, electronic and electrical engineering, and lastly, a significant professional engineering concentration tailored to suit the individual's particular interest. The program is designed to address the needs of students seeking innovative careers in high-tech, areas where multiple engineering disciplines merge (e.g. electro-mechanical industries), or nontraditional engineering disciplines. The Engineering Physics program in corporate Institute of Science and Technology is also structured for those students who have an interest in the physical sciences as well as engineering. The majority of graduates of the Engineering Physics program have entered industry in such diverse areas as mechanical controls, digital and analog electronics, nuclear instrumentation, software development, manufacturing process control, and building acoustics. Others have chosen to attend graduate school in either engineering or physics programs.


In Corporate Institute of Science and Technology, Engineering Physics program provides a balanced curriculum emphasizing

1) physics and engineering principles with design,

2) diverse hands-on experiences to prepare the EP graduate for the demands of laboratory or manufacturing environments, and

3) strong communication and team working skills. The engineering credits are divided nearly equally amongst electrical and mechanical engineering science, engineering physics, and a professional engineering concentration.

The EP core covers nearly all the basic areas of physics with a special emphasis placed on practical problem solving, including design. The Physics laboratory in our institute is spacious, well equipped with modern equipment with special provisions for advanced level experiments like Hall, Geiger Muller (GM) Counter, and Michelson Interferometer etc and provides good exposure to the students. While the students get hands-on training on these experiments, care is taken to strengthen their knowledge on basics. Students are encouraged to perform experiments individually. On the theoretical side the curriculum imparts knowledge on applied Physics and Material Science.

The following experiments are conducting in the lab: 

List of Experiments:

To calculate the frequency of A.C main by using electric viberator.

  • To study V-I characteristics of p-n junction diode.

  • To study V-I characteristics of zener diode.

  • To study the characteristics of PNP transistor in common base configuration.

  • To determine the energy band gap in semiconductor diode.

  • To study Hall Effect and the calculation of Hall coefficient.

  • To study the properties of Laser and to determine the wavelength of  Laser light.

  • To determine the wavelength of green and violet light by using diffraction grating.

  • To determine the radius of curvature of convex lens by Newton’s ring method.

  • To determine the angle of prism.

  • To study the characteristics of Geiger Muller (GM) Counter. 

Engineering Chemistry Lab

Engineering chemistry lab has excellent infrastructure and provides well equipped and best possible experimental facility. Labs are much more equipped and facilitate in a manner because in spite of syllabus prescribed experiments, a step ahead we prepare Engineers base for the final year, as chemistry is the foundation of all sorts of technologies.


All the experiments are performed in a precautionary manner. These laboratories have well trained laboratory assistants to help and guide students. Practical’s are conducted on all equipments of latest and most advanced technology. Development of various laboratories and establishment of new ones are ongoing process. In all the branches, a special task force is all the time at work for the development and updating the laboratories.