शासकीय नागार्जुन स्नातकोत्तर विज्ञान महाविद्यालय ,रायपुर

Government Nagarjuna Post Graduate College of Science, Raipur

Established 1948

Affiliated to Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University Raipur

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Brief History of the department of physics

01- Year of establishment -1948

02- First Head of the department – Professor A. A.V. Tankhiwale

04- PG in Physics started – 1965

05- 1st HOD in PG department – Prof V.K. Shrivastava

06- Some distinguished Faculty members and Alumni of the department

  1.  Prof J. N. Das , ex Head of the department, Ex principal of the College, Establishment luminescence Research Lab in the college, Published more than 100 paper.
  2. Prof B. P. Chandra (M.Sc., Ph.D., B.Sc.) (1978-79) post doc from UCLA University USA , ex Vice Chancellor of Ravishankar Shukla University Raipur, Founder Member of Luminescence Society of India,  Published more than 500 paper in the field of Luminescence.
  3.  Dr. B. Majumdar – (M.Sc., Ph.D.) Research Scholar of Prof B. P. Chandra Post Doc from UCLA, USA in 1996 young scientist award 1987. Published more than 70 papers in the field of sol gel thin films.
  4. Dr. M. Elyas  -  Ex head,dept of Physics, Ex principal of the College Truste area of research Mechano  luminescence , published around 55 research papers.
  5. Dr A. C. Biyani – Ex Head of Physics, initiated national Physics Olympiad and conducted it successfully during 2007 to 2014. He is invited as a subject expert in National and International Physics Olympiads by Homi Jahangeer Bhabha Society for Science Education , TIFR, BARC, Bombay. Under his able guidance team India has brought Laurels to our country in Various International physics Olympiads. Alumni of The Department

                The   following  members of Alumni association of physics  were present in the Alumni meet of Department of Physics               held on 19-01-2014.

  6.  

            NAME

    EDUCATION PERIOD

              POST HELD

       1

    Dr. Md. Ellyas

    1952-1958

    Ex HOD and Principal GNCS

       2

    Prof. Satyanarayan Agrawal

    1965-1967

    Retd Prof, of Physics, GNCS

       3

    Dr. Prof. H.V. Tiwari

    1965-1967

    Prof Electronics, Retired VC, Baarkatullah Univ, Bhopal

       4

    Dr. P.R. Tutakne

    1967-1969

    Retd Prof. and Head  Physics GNCS

       5

    Dr. Sarjious Minj

    1972-1974

    Retd I.A.S.

    6

    Dr. Salim Siddhiqui

    1971-1973

    Doctor

    7

    Dr. R. N. Baghel

    1969-1972

    Retd Prof. Pt.R.S.U

      8

    Dr. Shiv Kumar Pandey

    1970-1973

    Ex. Vice chancellor P.R.S.U.

      9

    R.C. Patel

    1970-1975

    Retd D.I.G.

     10

    Dr. B. Majumdar

    1977-1979

    Retd Prof. Physics, GNCS

     11

    Dr. Mohan Lal Verma

    1985-1987

    Prof. D.B. Girls college

      12

    Pankaj Anurag Ram

    1990-1993

    Lecturer Multi Purpose School Raipur

      13

    Sudip Maity

    2002-2004

    Engineer

      14

    Dhanraj Dubey

    2001-2006

    Lecturer High School

      15

    Aloke Verma

    2007-2009

    Lecturer High School

     

  7. 16.

    Vaibhaw Tiwari

    2004-2009

    Lecturer high school

    17.

    Kuldeep Sahu

    2007-2009

    Lecturer high school

    18.

    Domeshwar Ram Sahu

    2010-2012

    Lecturer high school

    19.

    Sanjida Khatun

    2005-2010

    Lecturer in Ranchi

    20.

    Sandeep Kumar Sahu

    2010-2012

    Lecturer

    21.

    Jitendra Kumar Dewangan

    2010-2012

    Lecturer

    22.

    Shiril Kumar sahu

    2011-2013

    Lecturer

    23.

    Md. Sana ulla Ansari

    2007-2012

    Owns Coaching Institute

    24.

    Vineet Kumar Shukla

    2010-2012

    Assistant Prof. in Govt. Engineering college (PSC selected and topper)

    25.

    Priyanka Bais

    2008-2013

    Lecturer

    26.

    Mansingh Yadav

    2010-2012

    Lecturer

    27.

    Apoorva Sagarkar

    2008-2013

    Lecturer

    28.

    Arti Soni

    2008-2013

     

    29.

    Romesh Kumar Sahu

    2011-2013

     

     

     

VISION

To ignite enthusiasm and passion for physics through mentoring, knowledge sharing and bridging the gap between science and society

MISSION

  • To awaken young minds and make them realize their potential through commitment in teaching and mentoring.
  • To initiate and support developmental activities in the department.
  • To build competency through ICT usages, Research based experiential pedagogies and professional development of faculty members.
  • To generate resources through networking, collaboration and linkages.

 

SWOC ANALYSIS

 

  • STRENGTHS:
  • The department has 10 sanctioned posts for regular faculty.
  • All the faculty members are selected through Public Service Commision Exams for A. P.
  • 7 out of 6 faculty members have Ph. D. degree, where as one is registered for Ph.D.
  • The department has a conducive atmosphere for research; the faculty members have been publishing their research in National/ International journals.
  • The department has a rich legacy of alumni with 6 VCs, and innumerous, Professors, Researchers, Higher officials and educators
  • Our Students have been selected in various competitive exams like NET (3), JAM (4), JEST (1), TIFR (1), PSC (2) and a large number has joined as lecturers in government/ private schools and colleges.

 

  • WEAKNESSES:
  • Most of the students belong to rural areas from socially and financially backward classes.
  • The students coming from rural areas passing out from CG board have less exposure to standard books and hence find it difficult to follow reference books written by international authors, have poor numerical abilities and  experimental skills.

 

  • CHALLENGES:
  • To update students with the recent developments in physics.
  • To motivate the students towards research.
  • To develop skills to enhance their employability.
  • To make them ICT enabled.
  • To inculcate leadership in students , so that they are able to employ their knowledge/ skills;  and contribute constructively to the society by playing a proactive role of a PROBLEM SOLVER.

 

  • OPPORTUNITIES:
  • To modify syllabus according to needs.
  • To collaborate with Industries for trainings.
  • To design skill based projects.
  • To develop ecosystem for entrepreneurship and self employment.
  • To employ ICT based teaching Learning methodology through online learning platforms.
  • To initiate student support programmes for mentoring students from socially and financially weaker section of society.

ACTION PLAN FOR NEXT FIVE YEARS

Action Plan for Enhancing ICT Based Teaching Learning

  • To register students for online Learning Management Systems like UGC e- pathshala, NPTEL, Self Learning Webinars and MOOCs.
  • To educate students for online learning resources and to use smart phones as learning tools

 

Action Plan for Skill Development

  • To Sign MoUs with industries for Internship of PG students.
  • To start Certificate course on industry readiness.
  • To constitute an Incubation center for developing an ecosystem for start ups.
  • To Implement ‘ Earn While you Learn’
  • To start Skill based industry based projects.

 

Action Plan for Experiential Learning

  • To organize Workshops on electronic equipments and maintenance.
  • To organize workshops on Energy Audit and solarization.
  • To organize Hands On Training Programmes for Nano fabrication/ Fibre Optics/ Solar Energy

 

Action Plan for Society Outreach

  • To organize awareness camps for developing scientific aptitude
  • To help disabled with technology intervention

 

GOVT NAGARJUNA POST GRADUATE  COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, RAIPUR
NAAC   'B'  
ESTABLISHMENT 1948
COLLEGE WITH POTENTIAL FOR EXCELLENCE 2010-13
AUTONOMOUS COLLEGE -1987
TOTAL LAND    43.25 ACRES (APPROX)
STATUS :LEAD COLLEGE OF RAIPUR
AFFILIATION: PT.R.S.SHUKLA UNIVERSITY RAIPUR
NO OF STUDENTS: 2582   

Research Profile

Dept of Physics

 

 

 

NAME of Faculty: Dr Anjali Oudhia

 

Thrust Areas of Research : Synthesis and characterization of Nano materials for application in  

Optoelectronics, Luminescence, Renewable energy.

 

  • External/ In- house Funded Projects:
  1. 2005       Interdisciplinary Minor research project on Awareness for sickle cell anaemia ( a disease prevalent in some ethnic groups in chhattisgarh region of India); completed
  2. 2011       Major research project (UGC, N. Delhi), Principal Investigator ‘Cost effective and green methods for synthesis of II-VI group nanomaterials’; completed.
  3. 2012       Minor research project ( UGC, Bhopal), Co Investigator ‘ZnO nanowires; growth and optical studies’ ; completed
  4. 2012       Inhouse project: audio visual instruction/ Demonstration of physics practical for UG students.
  5. 2013        ‘A documentary on solar energy applications in Chhattisgarh state’ Funded by CG Council for scientific and Industrial development (CCOST) , under science day celebration scheme.
  6. 2014       Biosynthesis of nano materials for water remediation funded by CCOST. Sanctioned by CCOST
  7. 2015      Conference Secretary, National Conference on energy Harvesting Materials and Techniques

                     (Urja    2015)

 

Recent Conferences

  1.  Co Convener, ICLA 2019 , 6th International conference on Luminescence and its applications, Raipur.
  2. NCLA, , 16th feb 2016, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
  3. Organizing Secretary, National Conference on energy harvesting Material and technology, Urja 2015, Govt VYT PG Autonomous College, Durg.
  4. National workshop on familiarization of nano fabrication techniques, INUP, IISC Banglore (Karnataka)  India 21st – 23rd may 2014.

 

Recent WorkShops

 

  1. Internationl workshop on Research Based Pedagogical Tools, Level 1, Pt RSU Raipur, 5th to 8th sept 2017, Organized by British Council, MHRD, IISER PUNE.
  2. Research Based Pedagogical Tools, Level 1I, Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi, 6th to 9th Dec 2017 Organized by British Council, MHRD, IISER PUNE.
  3. IWMMA, International workshop on Material Modeling,  6th – 12th march 2014, Jhansi

 

 

Professional honors, awards and fellowships:

 

  1. Selected  INUP ( Indian Nano User Programme) for one week hands on training program for photovoltaics at CeNSE, IISc, Banglore.
  2. Appointed as referee in an Elsevier journal SM ( supperlattices and microstructures), ( June 2014), and Luminescence.
  3. Teacher fellowship for research by UGC regional centre, Bhopal( M.P.) for completion of Ph.D. thesis work at School of physics, Pt RSS University, Raipur(C.G.) India. Thesis Titled’ Electro optical studies of chemically deposited films of II – VI compounds” 2008- 09 
  4. Ist position in national level exam conducted by public service commission, (M.P.) for selection for the post of assistant professor(Physics), 1993
  5. Received University scholarship for M.Phil  for the dissertation work done for partial fulfilment of M.Phil. Degree entitled “ electroluminescence studies of chemically deposited thin films of ZnS; CdCl2, Cu” 1989
  6. Received Jawaharlal Nehru scholarship for first position in merit in  M.Sc., 1989.
  7. Gold medal In M.Sc. (physics) SOS , Physics, Pt RSU, Raipur, 1988.
  8. Silver medal in B.Sc. , GGDU, Bilaspur(C.G.) 1986
  9. Gold medal in Kathak (a classical dance form) from IKSV, Khiragarh, 1985

 

Membership and activities in professional associations:

 

  1. As a life member of Luminescence society of India (LSI), have been actively participating in all the conferences organized by LSI, collaborating with researchers , publishing research articles in the international journal of Luminescence and applications published online by LSI.

 

Recent Publications

 

2014

 

Study of defect generated visible photoluminescence in zinc oxide nanoparticles

prepared using PVA templates, A. Oudhia, A. Choudhary, S. Sharma, S. Aggrawal, S. J. Dhoble; Journal of Luminescence, Vol.No.154, 211–217, 2014. DOI no. 10.1016/j.jlumin.2014.04.023,

Impact Factor 2.69

 

 

Microwave pulse-assisted wet chemical synthesis of ZnO nanoparticles with excellent UV emission; A. Oudhia, A.Choudhary Emerging Electronics (ICEE), 2014 IEEE 2nd International Conference, 1-4, 2014. DOI.10.1109/ICEmElec.2014.7151181.

Impact Factor 1.98

 

Green wet chemical route to synthesize capped CdSe Quantum dots’ A.Oudhia,*, P.Bichpuria, vol 37(1) april 2014, BOMS, Springer.

 

2015

Shape Dependent structural and Electronic Properties of ZnO Nanostructures. Aarti Choudhary, Youman Kumar Sahu, Anjali Oudhia, Mohan L Verma, Advanced Science Letters, Volume 21, Number 9, September 2015. DOI. No 10.1166/asl.2015.6362,

Impact Factor 1.25

 

 

Effect of alkalinity on structural and optical property of ZnO

nanostructure, A. Choudhary, A. Oudhia, International Journal of

Advance Research in Science and Engineering, Vol.No. 4, Special Issue

No.1, December 2015.( ISSN 2319-8354),

 Impact Factor  1.8

Conference proceedings, 2015

 

 

 Study Of Photo-Catalytic Degradation Of Methyl Orange On Zno Catalyst Synthesized Using Medicinal Plant (Catharanthus Roseus) As Bio-Template  Savita Sharma1, Anjali Oudhia2, Nameeta Brahme3, Pragya Kulkarni4 1 , IJARSE, vol 4,  Sp Issue 1, 2015

 

 Comparative Study Of Photocatalytic Activity Of Zno Nanoparticles With Various Morphologies S. Gupta¹, A. Oudhia², A. Choudhary3, IJARSE, vol 4,  Sp Issue 1, 2015

Study of Photocatalytic Degradation of Methyl Orange by ZnO Catalysts synthesized through biotemplates , Anjali Oudhia1, Savita Sharma1*, Pryga Kulkarni2 IJCMS ISSN 2347 – 8527, Volume 4, Special Issue September 2015

 

Green Synthesis Of Zno Nanotubes For Bioapplications, Anjali Oudhia1, Pragya Kulkarni2 and Savita Sharma3* IJERS,  E-ISSN2249–8974, BITCON Proceedings.

 

2016

 

Pulsed Microwave Aided Morphology Controlled Synthesis of Nano

Zinc Oxide, A.Choudhary, A. Oudhia IOSR Journal of Applied Physics

(IOSR-JAP) e-ISSN: 2278-4861.Volume 8, Issue 4 Ver. II (Jul. - Aug.

2016), PP 15-20, DOI: 10.9790/4861-0804021520.,

Impact Factor 1.19

 

APPLICATION OF EUROPIUM-DOPED ZNO NANOWIRES AS A PHOTOCATALYST ,

N. Shukla, A. Oudhia, P. Bose, S. Gupta, GE-International Journal of Engineering Research, Vol. 4, Issue 4, April 2016 ISSN: (2321-1717) pp 45-52

Impact Factor- 4.721

 

 

2017

 

 Enhanced photoconduction in CdTe QD decorated ZnO NWs ,  Vandana Taori, 2 Anjali Oudhia, *3 Neelam Shukla, 4 Poonam Bichpuria, IJASR, ISSN: 2455-4227 ,Volume 2; Issue 5; September 2017; Page No. 39-44

Impact Factor: RJIF 5.12

 

Study on the Photocatalytic Degradation of Methyl Orange in Water Using Ag Doped ZnO Nanowires Under UV Light Irradiation, Seema Gupta1, Anjali Oudhia2, Neelam Shukla3 IOSR Journal of Applied Physics (IOSR-JAP) e-ISSN: 2278-4861.Volume 9, Issue 6 Ver.III (Nov. - Dec. 2017), PP 28-33,

 

Seed Layer Mediated Modifications In Structural And Photoluminescence Properties Of Zno:Al Nanowires, Neelam Shukla1*, Anjali Oudhia2 ,Purna Bose3, Poonam Bichpuria4, Vandana Taori5, IJLA,, Vol7 (1) April, 2017, ISSN 2277 – 6362, pp 348-351

 

Photoconductive Ultraviolet Sensor Based On Zno Nanoparticles Decorated With Carbon Dots

Anjali Oudhia1 ,Savita Kukreti2*, , Aarti Choudhary3, Seema Gupta4, Daliya Choudhary5     IJLA,  Vol7 (1) April, 2017, ISSN 2277 – 6362, pp 351-354. 

 

 Effect Of Cross Linking On The Toxicity Of CDTE QDS In Solid/ Liquid Medium,  Poonam Bichpuria, Anjali Oudhia, Pragya Kulkarni, IOSR Journal of Biotechnology and Biochemistry (IOSR-JBB) ISSN: 2455-264X, Volume 3, Issue 3 (May - June 2017), PP 60-64

 

Type II core/shell quantum dot structures and their optical properties

 P Bichpuria, AOudhia, IJASR , ISSN: 2455-4227, Impact Factor,   Volume 2; Issue 4; July 2017; Page No. 42-49

RJ Impact Factor 5.12

 

NAME OF FACULTY MEMBER: Dr B. G. Sharma

 

Thrust Areas of Research ECONOPHYSICS, Nonlinear dynamics

 

Recent Publications : 2015

 

Study of Nonlinear Pulse Propagation in Cardiovascular System,  A C Biyani B G Sharma, Bharat Journal of Science Technology and Humanities Volume – 1, Issue – 1, July – 2015 ISSN: 2454-6151 (Printed version) URL: http://www.cvruresearch.org 68

 

Study of frequency response of pressure and flow rate

in famoral artery of dog, A.C. Biyani and B.G. Sharma, Journal of Computer and Mathematical Sciences, Vol.6(5),268-278, May 2015 (An International Research Journal), www.compmath-journal.org , ISSN 0976-5727 (Print) ISSN 2319-8133 (Online)

 

 

Name of Faculty : Dr Neetu Singh

 

2016- Was Awarded Ph.D. Titled “Study of acoustical analysis of different architectural buildings” on feb 2016.

Recent Publication :  2015

 

Name of Faculty: B. R. Verma

Thrust Area of Research: Luminescence

Registered under Supervision of Dr R. N. Baghel, Retd Prof Physics, SoS Physics/ Astro Physics, Pt RSU Raipur

 

 

About Government Nagarjun Post Graduate (Autonomous) College Of Science

 

Vision

The vision of Govt. Nagarjuna PG College of Science, Raipur is to be acknowledged in the state, in India and also internationally as a coveted destination for quality education and research; with multidimensional growth of Student education, scholarly output and constructive contribution to the community consistently meeting standards of excellence. 

Mission

The mission of the college is to assist in the preservation, creation, updatation on, application and dissemination of knowledge by teaching, research and public service in comprehensive range of disciplines, there by serving the needs and enhancing the well-being of the citizens of in order of priority, Raipur District, the state of Chhattisgarh, India as whole and also the wider world community. 

Broad Objective

The Broad Objective of this college is to prepare our students to meet the new challenges of a dynamically, rapidly changing society by helping them to acquire competitive abilities, like the attributes of a commitment to life-long learning, ability in self-learning, analytic reasoning, multilingual skills (proficiency in Hindi as well as English) including IT skills and ethical behavior.

Goals

  1. Unity and Integrity
  2. Love & peace for every one
  3. Mutual respect 
  4. Transparency 
  5. Teamwork and shared responsibility
  6. Commitment to excellence for our state holders

Core Values

  1. To achieve the best possible standards in education, research and outreach programmes.
  2. To promote academic programmes relevant to socio-economic need of the nation. 
  3. To promote networking with various centers/departments and labs around the country.
  4. To promote skill oriented programmes.
  5. To enhance the quality of the learning and teaching process at UG and PG levels.
  6. To bring forward the inherent talents to students and encourage creativity.
  7. To develop awareness to words social and environmental problems

 

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2014-15

EXTENSION LECTURE UNDER CPF SCHEME

S.N.

NAME

SUBJECT

DATE

01

Dr. Harshita Sahu

Computer Science

5th & 6th Jan 2018

02

Dr. R.K. Sood

Electrodynamics

9th & 10th Jan 2018

03

Dr. B.P. Chandra

Luminescence

14th & 15th Jan 2014

04

Shri Bhagwan Sing

Economics

06/01/2014

05

Dr. S.K. Pandey

Astrophysics

18/01/2014 & 20/01/2014

06

Dr. B. Majumdar

Sol Gel Thin Films

22/01/2014

07

Dr. R.N. Baghel

Microprocessors

29/01/2014

08

Dr. Namita Brahme

Quantum Mechanics

30/01/2014

 

INVITED LECTURE (CPE)

S.N.

NAME

SUBJECT

DATE

01

Somnath Danayak-IIT Kanpur

Electronics

17th & 18th Jan 2014

02

Dr. B. Majumdar

Condensed Matter Physics

25th & 27th Jan 2014

03

Dr. N.P. Thakur . IGKV, Raipur

 botany

13th Jan 2014

04

Dr. Anjay Singh -

Chemistry

29/01/2014

05

Jaydeep Sinha – (3 Times)

UAV Chopper flight  

25/11/2014, 27/11/2014 & 28/11/2014

06

Dr. M.G. Tarnekar

Optical physics

03/01/2014 & 04/01/2014

 

INDIAN NATIONAL OLYMPIAD

S.N.

NAME of EVENT

Funding Details

DATE

Coordinators

Beneficiaries

01

Indian natural Science Oympiad

 

48500/- fund BARC (Homi Jahangreer Bhtat Para Education)

Homibhabha TIFR, Bombay

 

01/02/2015

Centre Oberver- Pranav K. Dasgupta

Coordinature – Dr. S.K. Dubey

 

35 Students appeared

 

 

HANDS ON PRACTICE WORKSHOP OF MATERIALS MODELING

                               (  Continued from !st July To 15 th July 2016  onwards )

We have Condensed Matter Physics Lab Course IN MSc IIIrd SEM. We need very costly apparatus for performing the experiments , and their maintenance and repair is even more costlier. We were left with very few equipments and it was difficult to justify the lab work in absence of these instruments. To overcome this hurdle, we decided to upgrade our lab with cost effective and effective technology. Materials Modeling and simulation is one of the emerging fields of science.  Modeling and simulation techniques use computer programmes to simulate the experiments. All we need is well configured computers and a programme. 

We are using SIESTA, a programming language developed to simulate materials properties using quantum Mechanics. SIESTA is an openware. Prof Ravindra Pandey of Michigan Technological University has been organizing international workshops on materials modeling for motivating researchers in India to take up modeling studies.  Prof and Head Physics , Dr Anjali Oudhia has attended some of these workshops and initiated the implementation of the idea of materials  modelig as a lab course for PG students.   

Prof M L Verma, Prof  and Head , Dept Of Applied Physics, SSCET, Bhilai  is a SIESTA expert in our region. He has developed a computation Lab in his department, and we were able to develop some modeling based experiments to study electronic, optical and magnetic properties of various catagories of materials.

from 2016 onwards we organize a Hands On Training Programme  for 15 days. Two batches have done the modeling experiments succsessfully.  They are using ICT to study materials, and are enjoying their lab course . 

Prof M L Verma, Prof  and Head , Dept Of Applied Physics, Conducts 15 day workshop  of PG students of Physics

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Electronic Equipment Repair & Maintenances

one day  workshop on electronic equipment maintenance and repair was organized by the department of physics on 22/10/2016. Dr. Nitesh Gupta, Asstt. Prof Physics, Kalyan college, Bhilai, was the subject expert.

The main objective of the workshop was to teach PG students to test the equipment through cold testing methods, rectify the problem and then repairor replace the components   according to needs. Dr Nitesh Gupta explained the power supply, particularly SMPGs used in mobiles, their construction and working.

The workshop was attended by all the lab technicians, attendents, faculty members and PG students of the department.

It was a huge success and the PG students find it particularly useful for developing a deep understanding of working of various parts of an electronic instruments. It was quite helpful in preparing low cost electronic kits  

 

COCURRICULAR ACTIVITY : PROJECT BASED LEARNING

Details of the Student Projects:

PG students of Physics are doing project work in their final year. Projects are allotted in M.Sc. IIIrd SEM. Students are asked to do the literature survey and review in this year. They submit the project in the IVth SEM. After submission the project file is sent for valuation. Final evaluation is done based on the presentation given by students and viva voce conducted by external examiner. In the session 2014-15 the following student projects were done under supervision of various Faculty members:

 

 

 

 

Details of the Student Projects:

2014 - 15

S.No.

Title

Name of Student

Supervisor

1

Study of photoconductivity in (Cd-Zn)S films

Yogita Thakur

Prof S.K.Dubey

2

Study of photoconductivity in (Cd-Zn)S.CdCl2:Eu films

Akanksha Diwan

Prof S.K.Dubey

3

Study of photoconductivity in (Cd-Zn)S.KI films

Sujata Gayakwad

Prof S.K.Dubey

4

Study of photoconductivity in (Cd-Zn)S.LiF:La films

Meha Sahu

Prof S.K.Dubey

5

Study of photoconductivity in (Cd-Zn)S.CdCl2 films

Meena Nayak

Prof S.K.Dubey

6

Study of photoconductivity in (Cd-Zn)S.CdCl2:La films

Manisha Bhoi

Prof S.K.Dubey

7

Study of photoconductivity in (Cd-Zn)S.NiF films

Bharti Chandra

Prof S.K.Dubey

8

1 – 4 demultiplexure

Jivantika Jha

Prof S.K.Dubey

9

Transmission line model of application of Femoral Artery

Uttra Kumar Sahu

Prof A.C. Biyani

10

Transmission line model of nonlinear behaviour of stock market

Satyavrat sing

Prof A.C. Biyani

11

Transmission line model of human arterial system

Deepika Dewangan

Prof A.C. Biyani

12

Mars orbiter mission and Hohmann transfer

Hiralal Sahu

Prof A.C. Biyani

13

Approximation methods in quantum mechanics

Yamuna Sahu

Prof A.C. Biyani

14

Superconductivity

Menka Jha

Prof B. G. Sharma

15

Basics of semiconductors

Gupesh Kumar Hota

Prof B. G. Sharma

16

Quantization of elastic waves

Anand Kumar Kurrey

Prof B. G. Sharma

17

Study of different types of Diodes

Avinash singh Thakur

Prof B. G. Sharma

 

 

 

 

 

2015 -16

 

S. No.

Title of Project

Name of Student

Supervisor

1

Semiconductor materials, development and applications

Rohit kumar Kasawi

Dr. Neetu Singh

2

Semiconductor materials, development and applications

Rudhir Sahu

Dr. Neetu Singh

3

4 to 1 multiplexure

Lochan Singh Verma

Dr S K Dubey

4

1 to 4 multiplexure

Jivantika Jha

Dr S K Dubey

5

8 BIT digital to analog converter using R-2R Ladder

Udit Sharma

Dr S K Dubey

6

Study of time independent perturbation theory

Varsha Ramteke

Dr A. C. Biyani

7

A study of probability

Monika Netam

Dr A. C. Biyani

8

Study of time dependent perturbation theory

Sonam chaturvedi

Dr A. C. Biyani

9

High Temperature superconductors

Amitesh Sahu

Dr B G Sharma

10

Semiconductor Devices, there quantum and classical behaviour

Vikas Kumar

Dr B G Sharma

11

Theoretical study of semiconductors and applications

Sonaruram Gota

Dr B G Sharma

12

Study of P N junction Diode as in power regulation

Damrudhar Pradhan

Dr. A K Luka

13

Study of P N junction Diode as in power regulation

Martin Agro Gaikwad

Dr. A K Luka

14

Monostable multivibrator

Nirupama Ekka

Dr S Thaker

15

Astable Multivibrator

Kirti Bhagat

Dr S Thaker

16

Bistable Multivibrator

Kalpana Verma

Dr S Thaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016 - 17

2016-17

S.No.

Title

Name of Student

Name of Supervisor

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

 

6.

 

7.

 

8.

 

9.

 

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

16.

17.

 

18.

 

19.

Solar water level indicator

Solar mobile charger

Solar inverter

Solar inverter

Analysis of half adder and half subtractor using NOR gate

Analysis of half adder and half subtractor using NAND gate

Analysis of fundamental logic gate using universal gate

Analysis of half adder and half subtractor using NOR gate

Analysis of half adder and half subtractor using NAND gate

The Judd-Ofelt theory

Theories of Lanthanides

Crystal field theory

Judd-Ofelt theory

Study of  PN junction diode

Decimal to BCD encoder

Operational amplifier

Synthesis and luminescence properties of  Eu2+ doped Na2Zr(Po4)2 phosphor

Synthesis of  luminescence properties of  Eu2+ doped Li2Zr(Po4)2 phosphor

Synthesis of  luminescence properties of K2Zr(Po4)2 phosphor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jayprakash

Vikram singh Prahlad

Saraswati singh Chouhan

Abha Yogi

Jaya Pradhan

 

Pukhraj

 

Megha Vaishnav

 

Ratna Thakur

 

Pankaj Kumar

 

Aishwarya purohit

Ghanshayam Sahu

Roshni verma

Surabhi Sharma

Lakhapati Patel

Dibyasmita Sahu

Diksha Nishad

Tarun Kashyap

 

Chetan kumar Motghare

 

Maheshwar Markam

 

 

 

 

Anjli Oudhia

Anjli Oudhia

Anjli Oudhia

Anjli Oudhia

P.K.Dewangan

 

P.K.Dewangan

 

P.K.Dewangan

 

P.K.Dewangan

 

P.K.Dewangan

 

B.G.Sharma

B.G.Sharma

B.G.Sharma

B.G.Sharma

Alok Luka

Alok Luka

Alok Luka

B.R.Verma

 

B.R.Verma

 

B.R.Verma

 

 

 

 

2017 -18

2017-18

S.No.

Title

Name of Student

Name of Supervisor

1.

 

2.

 

 

3.

 

4.

5.

6.

7.

 

8.

 

9.

 

10.

To study the characteristic of diodes and resistance

To study the characteristic of diodes and transistors

 

To study the characteristic curve of LED, LDR, Photodiode, Photo Transistor

Comparative study of Perovskites

First principle study of lithium Ion battery

Sodium Ion battery performance study

Structural, electronic and optical properties of CsPbBr3 orthorhombic first principle study

Theoretical study on electronic & transport properties of DNA bio-molecule(Guanine)

To study dispersion relation for die-atomic Lattice  

Optical properties of Ca2Al2SiO7 using Siesta

 

Kamdev Nishad

 

Chandraprabha Lenjwar

 

Poornima Jurri

 

Anjali Mandavi

Geetika Yadav

Sonia Sahu

Pooja Nagrchi

 

Tikesh Sahu

 

Atmaram Sonkar

 

Kanchan Tiwari

P.K.Dewangan

 

P.K.Dewangan

 

A.K.Luka

 

Anjali Oudhia

Anjali Oudhia

Anjali Oudhia

Anjali Oudhia

Anjali Oudhia

 

B.G.Sharma

 

B

 

 

STUDENT's ACHIEVEMENTS ( 2014-18)

Year

Examination

Physics

Co curricular activities

Extracurricular activities

2013-14

100%  PG  

73.91% BSc III

 

Extension lectures

 ( CPE Funding)

 

2014-15

100%  PG

77.5% BSc III

 

 

Visit to Govt School Jamgaon

2015-16

98%  PG

93% BSc III

DST workshop on physics teaching attended by PG students

 

2016-17

99%  PG

98.26% BSc III

1.Hands on Training and workshop on Materials Modeling

 

2.Extension Lectures

 ( UGC Funding)

Industry Visit CIPET , Raipur

 

Student participated in entrepreneurship programme in

C IPET

 

Aishwarya Purohit..

Sachin Sahu was awarded with gold medal for NSS

 

2017-18

100%PG

97.84% BSc III

Hands on Training and workshop on Materials Modeling

 

Manish Das (Inspire fellow), Indrajeet Singh Mrichanna, Padum Patel successfully completed their SUMMER INTERNSHIP from CIPET Raipur .

 

Collaboration with NGO Kopalvani for project work

 

PG students Kanchan Tiwari, Atmaram and kamdev won prizes in state level youth festival

 

in SCIENCE DAY CELEBRATION 2018. the team of Tikesh Sahu, Shweta Chandrakar, B. Shweta , Jitendra Sahu and another team of Dipali Sharma, Pooja Nagarchi, Priya Baric, Sonia Sahu bagged IST POSITION  in college level model making competitio

 
STUDENTS QUALIFYING IN VARIOUS EXAMS ( 2014 -17)
 
      

S.N.

NAME

ACHIEVEMENT

 

 

 

 

03

Tripti Richharia ( 2014)

NET 2018

04

Ekta Chandravanshi ( 2014)

NET

05

Mahima pande ( 2014)

Lecturer

06

Payal Soni( 2014)

SBI

07

Yogeshwari Sahu( 2014)

LDC, Collectorate

08

Vani Chandrakar

SET

09

Yamuna Sahu(2015)

Govt JOB JAL Vibhag

10

Deepika Dewangan ( 2015)

Govt JOB JAL Vibhag

11

Lalman (2015)

SET

12

Menka Jha ( 2015)

 

13

Meena nayer (2015)

NET and SET

14

Udit Sharma (2016)

NET

15

Lochan Sing Verma ( 2016)

CG PSC Mains

 
 

INNOVATIVE PRACTICE

Dr. S.K. Dubey, HOD Physics was appointed as the Coordinator of Eco Club of the college. He developed a green corner in front of physics department. Plants like neem, berry, Teek, Amaltas, Champa and Palm were planted and maintained by the department.