To meet the diverse needs of an international learning community and to contribute to society and its economic development through research, excellent teaching and high quality student support. Provide the best fundamental and applied research results to the scientific and engineering communities to enable the development of Knowledge-based and technology-based industries


To impart quality education to the students and to let them feel that Physics is the father of all Science and Engineering.

Department of Applied Physics was conceived in the year 1986 with BIT (Approved by AICTE, DELHI & affiliated to CSVTU, Bhilai (previously affiliated to Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur, C.G.) in response to the need of a centre for higher studies in the core subject of engineering in this region of country as also to make a meaningful contribution to the socio-economic development of the nation at large.

  1. To understand the theory of relativity and its consequences.
  2. To understand the significance of nuclear energy output  in various nuclear phenomena and the effect of electric and magnetic fields on moving charged particles.
  3. To find out factors affecting architectural acoustics and to understand the production, properties and engineering applications of ultrasonic waves.
  4. To find out the position and size of the image of an object placed in front of an assembly of lenses placed coaxially and to help the students to understand the concepts and applications of interference and diffraction.
  5. To explain the basic principle and working of various types of lasers and optical fibers.


  1. Apply the knowledge of theory of relativity to the development of relativisticsystems to solve real world problems.
  2. Analyze and understand the nuclear power and design a mass spectrograph used for separating isotopes.
  3. Apply the use of ultrasonic waves in engineering, public health and safety applications and apply the knowledge of acoustics in different types of buildings for improving cultural and societal consideration.
  4. Design optical systems for improving quality of optical instruments.
  5. Apply the knowledge of wave nature of light to demonstrate the complex optical phenomena like interference and diffraction by analysis and interpretation of data.
  6. Demonstrate an understanding of the working knowledge of optical fibers and various types of lasers.