Department of Physics is one of the founder departments of the Institute. Currently, the department has grown and developed into a centre of PG studies and research. Faculty are specialized in various fields such as experimental and theoretical Physics. The department offers M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs in Physics.  The total external funds received by the Department for various research projects is over Rs 60 million. The department offers open elective subjects to B.Tech. and M.Tech. students apart from teaching Engineering Physics.

Department Vision

To provide state-of-the-art infrastructure to the Centre for Excellence in Physics Education with a blend of basic as well as applied research.

Department Areas of Expertise

  • Condensed Matter Physics
  • Material Science
  • Radiation and Nuclear Physics
  • Nanomaterials
  • Thin film-based devices
  • Solar cells
  • Spectroscopy
  • Non-linear Optics
  • High Energy Physics

Specialized Labs

The department provides dedicated lab facilities for running lab-associated courses to undergraduate/postgraduate/research programs. Physics research laboratories are equipped with the following instruments.

  • Profilometer - Bruker Dektak XT, UV/Vis/NIR Spectrophotometer
  • Crystal Puller, Crystal Dilatometer, Solution crystal growth apparatus
  • Spectrofluorometer, Refractometer
  • Z-scan System, Vibration isolated Optical Table, Energy/ Power meter with detector, Continuous Wave (CW) Laser
  • Thermal Diffusivity measurement system, Seebeck Coefficient measurement system, Low-temperature resistivity measurement system, Hall Effect system
  • Dual CVD system
  • DC Magnetron Sputtering
  • The thermal co-evaporation system, spray pyrolysis unit, Keithley 2450 Source meter
  • Spray pyrolysis unit
  • Photodetector Analysis Setup, SILAR Controller
  • Thermal evaporation unit, vacuum annealing unit
  • Magnetron sputtering


The Department of Physics, MIT offers the following program:

M.Sc. - Physics

Link for Outcomes Based Education (OBE)  M.Sc. (Physics) Program




World-class laboratories give learning a practical dimension

Innovation Centre

State-of-the-art Innovation Centre to facilitate multi-disciplinary research


Libraries have excellent resources for reference and study


Paper tree - A green initiative by MIT students of MUTBI

Computing Facility

Wi-fi campus with modern computing and digital facilities


The areas of research are Condensed Matter Physics, Radiation and Nuclear Physics, Nano-materials, Thin film based devices, Solar cells, Spectroscopy, Non-linear optics and Atmospheric Physics and High Energy Physics