Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Moon Landing

Remembering Human Journey to Moon(July 16- 24,1969) 'The historic mission of landing of "Apollo 11" on moon on July 20, 1969' 

Poster Presentation

Mission Moon - Chandrayaan - 2

Successful Launch of Chandrayaan 2 - Outlined in Assembly


India's second moon mission Chandrayaan-2 aimed at landing a rover on unchartered Lunar South Pole was successfully launched on July 22, 2019 at 2.43pm from the second launchpad of Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota  in Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh with the country's most powerful Geosynchronous satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) - Mark III. Launch of Chandrayaan-2 was originally scheduled on July 15, 2019 at 2:51 IST but was called off due to a technical snag noticed at around one hour before launch. The primary objectives of Chandrayaan-2 are to demonstrate the ability to soft-land on the lunar surface and operate a robotic rover on the surface. Chandrayaan-2 includes an orbiter, a lander, and a rover. The orbiter will orbit the Moon at an altitude of 100 km. The orbiter carries five scientific instruments. Three of them are new, while two others are improved versions of those flown on Chandrayaan-1…

Council Inauguration 2019-2020

Council Member  M. Harsha Priya  - III B.Sc Physics

Junior Council Member M. Jenifer Angel - II B.Sc Physics

Most Inspirational Women in Science

Most Inspirational Women in Science - Madam Marie Curie 
Documentary on life of Madam Marie Curie

Quiz Competition for Science Students

Quiz On Madam Marie Curie Winners : 1.M.Thasleem Fathima- III B.Sc Physics 2.  M.Jenifer Angel - II B.Sc Physics 3.R.Vishnupriya- II B.Sc Chemistry 4.S.Mohideen Ajeeba -II B.Sc Chemistry 5.R.Vedavalli - II B.Sc Chemistry
Congratulations Winners

Zero Shadow Day

The Students of Department of Physics traced the shadow of various objects at different times on April 24, 2019 as there will be no shadow exactly at 12.07 noon when the sun will be exactly at zenith. When the sun is at the zenith (the highest point in the sky) its rays will be hitting a particular point exactly perpendicular to the surface. This will make the shadow be exactly under any object, making it look like there are no shadows.The apparent path of the Sun goes from 23.5 degrees south of our equator to 23.5 degrees north of it through the year, so every place on the Earth between the Tropics of Cancer and Tropics of Capricorn, will have two days in a year where the Sun will be directly overhead once during `Uttarayan’ (summer solstice -when sun begins its movement away from the Tropic of Capricorn, towards the Northern Hemisphere) and once during `Dakshinayan’ (winter solstice - period when Sun travels back from Cancer to Capricorn that is from North to South). These are calle…

Methodology Adopted For Teaching

Power Point Presentation

Demonstration with Models

Blended Classroom


Collaborative Teaching