A sister concern of Carmel Polytechnic College, Alappuzha

Department of Basic Science

Department  of Basic Science acts as foundation  for all the core engineering branches.It delivers the basic aspects of Physics , Chemistry & Mathematics to every student who would like to nurture his mind towards scientific and engineering challenges.

As we have a highly experienced and fully dedicated  professionals to emphasis and enhance the student knowledge in all fields – students of Carmel feel  comfortable to share their scientific thoughts and doubts  to teachers.

NARAYANAN NAMBOOTHIRY V

NARAYANAN NAMBOOTHIRY V

Professor and Head of Department
E: vnnampoothiri@gmail.com

M: 9947059619

Area of specialization:HUMANITIES

Educational Qualification: MA (Rank holder), MPhil (A-Grade).

Employment History: 26 year

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SURYAKALA S

SURYAKALA S

Professor
E: sooryarun@gmail.com

M:9446510333

Area of specialization:Mathematics

Educational Qualification:M Sc , B Ed

Employment History: 11 year

ASHLY RAJ

ASHLY RAJ

Professor
E: sooryarun@gmail.com

M: +91 8113006938

Area of specialization:Mathematics

Educational Qualification:M Sc , B Ed

Employment History:

ANU P

ANU P

Professor
E: sooryarun@gmail.com

M:+91 8547550694

Area of specialization:Physics

Educational Qualification:M Sc , B Ed

Employment History:

VARGHESE K J

VARGHESE K J

Physical Education Director
E: kjvarghese687@gmail.com

M:

Area of specialization:PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Educational Qualification:

Employment History: 25 year

SREEJA SUBASH

SREEJA SUBASH

Professor
E: sooryarun@gmail.com

M:8547928159

Area of specialization:Chemistry

Educational Qualification:M Sc , B Ed

Employment History: 7 year

Physics Lab

The  course objective are

  • To equip the students with working knowledge of physical principles.
  • to provide an opportunity for learning through observations.
  • To acquire the skill of making optimum use of the given apparatus.
  • To relate text book information to the behavior of the world around us.
  • To impart practical knowledge about some of the phenomenon they have studied in the Engineering Physics course.

List of Experiments.

  • Wave length of Laser
  • Half shade Polarimeter
  • Newton’s ring -wavelength of sodium light
  • Newton’s ring – refractive index of liquid
  • Wavelength of monochromatic light – grating
  • Resolving & dispersive power of a grating
  • Determination of Planck’s constant