Mathabhanga College



Department of Physics

About The department

The Physics Department of the Mathabhanga College was established in 1994. Honours course introduce a few years later in 2003. The Department has had rich teaching traditions since its inception. Eminent personalities who at some point in time were the faculty member of the Department are Prof. Jagabandhu Mandal, Dr Koyel Chakraborty, Dr Dibakar Dutta etc. Presently there are 3 Professors, 3 SACT Teachers in the Department.

The Department offers six semesters’ undergraduate B. Sc. (Hons.) courses. The choice-based credit system (CBCS) has been implemented. The intake for the undergraduate programmes is 25.

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Why Study Physics?


Programs Offered & Intake Capacity

Physics (Major) - Total: 98

Curriculum Plan

Students are requested to download a comprehensive write-up of the step-by-step teaching methods, the estimated duration of each segment of teaching, and the materials and resources needed for the session by clicking the link below:

Study Material

Programme Outcome

Physics is the natural science that studies matter, its fundamental constituents, its motion and behavior through space and time, and the related entities of energy and force. Physics is one of the most fundamental scientific disciplines, and its main goal is to understand how the universe behaves.

Course Outcomes

Programme Specific Outcome

Seminars & Workshops

Department of Physics, Mathabhanga College has organized a special lecture on Particle Physics Experiments: present and future”, on the 6th of March 2020. In the presence of Dr Manoj Majumder, the Teacher-in-Charge (TIC) of the Mathabhanga College, the programme was inaugurated by Mr Jitin Jadav, the honourable SDO of Mathabhanga and the administrator of the college. On this occasion, both Mr Jadav and Dr Majumder presented their thoughts and visions on the college in front of a large gathering of students, teachers and non-teaching staff. After the inauguration ceremony, Prof. Dutta and Prof. Sarkar presented a very lucid and interactive presentation in front of the audience consisting largely of the undergraduate physics students of the Mathabhanga College and some other nearby colleges of the Cooch Behar district.
A national webinar on “Basic Understanding of Science” Organized by Department of Physics and Chemistry in Collaboration with IQAC Mathabhanga College was held on 12th January 2022. Twenty one speakers participated in the webinar among them six are invited and the rest are faculties and students from the Department of Physics and Chemistry. Click here for the reports

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