The Department of Physics was established in the year 2006 atthe inceptionof our college, offering physics as ancillary subject, for other science major students and upgraded as a major department in the year 2011. Since then the department has grown tremendously and now offers excellent education to women as per the universitycurriculum. In present era the field of Electronics and Communication plays an important role in almost every sphere of our life and it has penetrated in every field of our existence. Hence Department of Electronics and Communication was established in the year 2009 in our institution. It mainly deals with educating the students in communication technologies along with basic electronic components, design of circuits and systems. At present the two departments are functioning together.

Courses Offered

  • B.Sc., Physics
  • B.Sc., Electronics and Communication

Faculty List

S.No Name Qualification Profile
Dr. M. MEENAKSHI M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D. View Profile
Ms. MS. KALAIVANI M.Sc., M.Phil. View Profile
Dr. A.S.ENIGOCHITRA M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D. View Profile
Mrs. S. PONMANI M.Sc., M.Phil. View Profile
Dr. K. PUNITHA M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D View Profile

Learning Outcome

  • Understand the core concept of Physics subjects, Electronics, Analog Communication and Digital Communication
  • Explore problem solving skills

  • Promote experimental skills

  • Adopt new technology
  • Development entrepreneurship and employability skills

  • Acquire projects and model designing skills

  • Transform education towards social relevance.

  • Acquire analytical and logical skill for higher Education.

  • Trained to take up jobs in allied fields.

  • Confident to take up competitive exams

Programme Outcome

Programme Specific Outcomes (Physics)

On completion of the B.Sc., degree programme in Physics

  • Graduates will have the core knowledge in (theory as well as practical) various subjects of Physics

  • Graduates understood good laboratory practices and safety.

  • Graduates are made to aware and handle the sophisticated instruments/equipments.

  • Graduates are developed in research oriented skills through projects.

  • Graduates can work in research related fields and can even look for professional job oriented courses.

  • Graduates are able to apply conceptual understanding of the physics to general real-world situations.

  • Graduates will have the ability to discover the applications of Physics concepts in other disciplines and the applications of other discipline concepts in Physics.

  • Graduates will be prepared to acquire a range of general skills, to solve problems, to use computers productively, to communicate with society effectively and to learn independently.

  • Graduates are eligible to do their higher studies at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Centre of Liquid Crystal Research, Defence Research and Development Organization, Heavy Water Board, Indian Space Research Organization, Institute of Materials and Minerals Technology, etc.

Programme Specific Outcomes (Electronics and Communication)

On completion of the B.Sc., degree programme in Electronics and Communication

  • Graduates will develop practical, analytical and mathematical skills in Electronics and Communication

  • Graduates will be able to apply the fundamental concepts of electronics and communication to design a variety of components and systems for applications.

  • Graduates will be able to choose and adopt cutting-edge technologies (hardware and software) in the fields of Microcontroller, Analog communication, Digital Communication, Optical Communication (Li – Fi) etc.

  • Graduates will be able to identify indigenous materials and methods for producing high quality, compact, energy efficient, eco-friendly entertainment and consumer products at affordable price.

  • Graduates will succeed in using the available resources skilfully, effectively and efficiently.

  • Graduates will acquire a job efficiently in diverse fields Science, Electronics, Education, Banking, Public services, Business etc

  • They can work in telephone industries, electricity boards, media ad film industry, software companies, Railways, Hardware manufacturing firms, etc very easily.

Student Achievement's

S.No. Event Name College Name Prize Year
Physics Cook American College, Madurai II Prize 04.03.2020

Paper Presentation

Idhaya College for Women, Sarugani II Prize 30.09.2019


I Prize

Model Display

II Prize


I Prize

Model Display

Government Arts College, Paramakudi. I Prize 22.02.2020


III Prize


CSIR – CECRI, Karaikudi II Prize 15.02.2019


Sri SaradhaNikethan College, Amaravathiputhur II Prize 08.02.2019

Poster Presentation

II Prize

Art from Waste

Ananda College, Devakottai II Prize 26.02.2019

Just a Moment

III Prize

We will Meet

III Prize

Poster Making

III Prize

Hockey Tournament

State Level Inter University Hockey Tournament, Sports Development Authority of Tamilnadu (SDAT), SRM University, Chennai Rs. 10,000 cash prize 24th to 26th September 2018

Dum Charade

State level Students’ Intercollegiate Meet-2018, Ananda College, Devakottai III prize 19.01.2018


Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research , Kalpakkam and ANJAC, Sivakasi at Sivakasi Semi finalist 21.09.2017

University Rank's

S.No. Department Name of the Student Rank Batch
1. Physics S. Archana VI 2015 – 2018
2. S. Parvathavarthini I 2014 – 2017
3. S. Vijayalakshmi VI 2013 – 2016
4. S. Rajeshwari 2012 – 2015
S.No. Department Name of the Student Rank Batch
Electronics and Communication S. AmrutamSweta I 2015 – 2018
R. Nagaswathi II

Value Added Courses

S.No Name of the programme Course Title Duration of the course No of Student Attended Date
1. Certificate Course Internet of Things 30 hours 62 10.08.2019 to 21.09.2019
2. Skill Development Training Operation and Maintenance of Analytical Instruments 2 Weeks 27 27.11.2019 to 06.12.2019
3. Skill Development Training Electrochemical Biosensor Design and Applications 2 Weeks 12 21.11.2019 to 06.12.2019
4. Skill Development Training Operation and Maintenance of Analytical Instruments 2 Weeks 20 21.01.2019 to 01.02.2019
5. Skill Development Training Electrochemical Biosensor Design and Applications 2 Weeks 2 21.01.2019 to 01.02.2019
6. Certificate Course DTP (Photoshop, Corel Draw & Illustrator) 45 hours 31 09.07.18

to 17.10.18

Events Organized

S.No. Date Event Name Resource Person Details No of Students Participated
1. 11th and 12th September, 2018 Two days International Conference on “Nanomaterials and their Applications” (ICNA-18)

Dr. N. Rajendran


Alagappa University, Karaikudi.

250 Students

Dr. S. Kamala Kannan,

Professor, Division of Biotechnology,

Chonbuk National University,

Iksan -570752, South Korea

Dr. K. Premkumar,

Associate Professor of Biomedical Science,

Bharathidasan University


Dr. N. Lakshminarasimhan

Senior Scientist, Functional Material Division

CSIR-CECRI, Karaikudi.

Dr. K. Sankaranarayanan

Professor, Department of Physics, Alagappa University, Karaikudi.

2. 7th and 8th August, 2019 Two days International Conference on “Emerging Paradigms in Disease Management and Energy Technology” (ICDMET – 2019)

Dr. N. Kalaiselvi,

Director, CSIR – CECRI, Karaikudi

300 Students

Dr. J. Jeyakanthan,

Professor & Head, Department of Bioinformatics, Alagappa University, Karaikudi.

Dr. CT. Kumarappan,

Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology, School of Pharmacy, King Khalid University, Abha, Saudi Arabia.

Dr. C. Ravidhas,

Head, PG & Research Department of Physics, Bishop Heber College, Tiruchirappalli.

Dr. B. Subramaniyan,

Principal Scientist, Associate Professor (AcSIR), Electrochemical Materials Science, CSIR-CECRI, Karaikudi.

Dr. JemimaKingsley,

Head, Department of Microbiology, Quality Manager- Lab Services, Coordinator – Infection Control, Dr. K.M. Cherian’s Heart Foundation, Frontier Lifeline Hospital, Mogappair, Chennai.

3. 11 to 15th November, 2019. Faculty development programme

Thiru J. Jayakanthan I.A.S,

District Collector, Sivagangai District.

30 staff members

Prof. H. GurumalleshPrabu, Registrar, Alagappa University, Karaikudi.

Dr. S. M. Rajendran,

Senior Principal Scientist, Nodal Coordinator – FDP & Skill Activities, CSIR – CECRI

Dr. Panjali Natarajan,

Principal Technical Officer, Technical Coordinator – FDP, CSIR – CECRI

Dr. D. Velayutham,

Director in charge, CSIR – CECRI

4. 19th February, 2020 Intercollegiate Meet 2020

Prof. B. Ramesh Babu,

Chief Scientist – Electrochemical Process Engineering Division, Dean, Centre for Education, Coordinator – AcSIR, CSIR – CECRI, Karaikudi.

200 Students

Assistant Professor, Department of Microbiology, Alagappa University, Karaikudi

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