Department : Physics

Top Engineering College in Bangalore

The aim of physics is to understand the natural phenomena around us. Physics is a science of measurement, an exact science and a pure science which encompasses esoteric ideas. It is well known that Engineering is regarded as applied science and "Today's science is tomorrow's technology".

Best Engineering College in Bangalore

Top Engineering College in Bangalore

Today's science is tomorrow's technology. Engineering Physics plays a primary role in all branches of engineering. A sound knowledge of physics is always essential for understanding engineering problems. Engineering physics is technical physics meant to provide a thorough grounding for special applied areas such as lasers, superconductivity, fiber optics, nano technology, shock waves etc.

The dept. of physics since its inception in 2010 has made a proud track record of quality education, by maintaining an average 95% pass out in VTU Engineering physics examinations. The department has all necessary infrastructures in terms of laboratory and required equipments needed for the students to carry out experiments as per AICTE norms and as per the syllabus of VTU. The department has highly qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty

Gopalan Engineering College,whitefield, bangalore has state-of-the-art infrastructure, creating an environment for progressive learning and development. It also has computer and internet facilities, modern workshops, seminar halls, auditoriums and well stocked libraries, sports and games fields including indoor football and cricket ground.

Gopalan Engineering College,whitefield, bangalore is the best Engineering College in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. Approved by AICTE, Affiliated to VTU, Recognised by Govt. of Karnataka.

Physics Department HOD

Top Engineering College in Bangalore

Dr.Usha John,
Professor & HOD

  • M.Sc and Ph.D from Cochin University of Science and Technology
  • 35 years of teaching experience and 7 years of research experience.
  • Six publications in referred international journals.
  • Chief investigator for a research project funded by UGC.
  • Area of interest: Spectroscopy, Near IR overtone analysis, local mode model, Photothermal investigations etc.

Physics Department Activities

  • Coaching for backlog students
  • Mentoring/counseling