Govt. Gollege Gurur Registered Under Section 2(F) & 12(B) of UGC Act
Government Naveen College
Affiliated to Hemchand Yadav University, Durg [C.G.]


Department of Physics

                   The department of physics in Government Naveen College Gurur was established in the year 2016.Graduation level classes (B.Sc.) are being conducted in Physics Department. The main aim of the physics department is to present the science in simplest form so as to make it interesting and attractive to the students. However to keep pace with present day demand in terms of development in teaching methods and in quality education the department is endeavoring its best to keep on upgrading infrastructural facilities and academic program.

Course Offered: UG Level – Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)  Syllabus -B.Sc.(Maths)-I  B.Sc.(Maths)-II  B.Sc.(Maths)-III


Future Plan of Department:

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Faculty Details:                          

Mr. Lekhram Hirwani

Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.Sc, M.Phil, SET

Specialization: Astronomy and Astrophysics


Also See - Physics Department Blog

Teaching experience:

1.   At present working as Assistant Professor at Government NaveenCollege- Gurur, Distt – Balod since 23.08.2017

2.   Worked as Assistant Professor at Government Nemichand Jain Collage- Dallirajhara, Distt – Balod from 17.10.2014 to 22.08.2017

Course Structure:

B.Sc. First Year:       Syllabus(B.Sc.-I)

            Paper I: Mechanics, Oscillations and Properties of Matter.

          Paper II: Electricity, Magnetism and Electromagnetic Theory.

B.Sc. Second Year:   Syllabus(B.Sc.-II)

            Paper I: Kinetic Theory,Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics.

          Paper II: Waves, Acoustics and Optics.

B.Sc. Third Year:     Syllabus(B.Sc.-III)

            Paper I: Relativity Quantum Mechanics,Atomic, Molecular and Nuclear Physics.

          Paper II: Solid State Physics, Solid State Devices and Electronics.

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