Graduate Program

Physics

About Physics Department

The Department of Physics attained its present status of independent department in January 2009. The department has started M.Sc. in Physics from the session 2009- 2010. Department has well equipped Laboratory for doing experimentation at B.Tech. , B.Sc., M.Sc. Level. The up-gradation of the department laboratory is being done from time to time as per the recent advances and development in the concerned area. Further the department has proposed four specialization courses in master degree: “Condensed Matter Physics, Nuclear Physics, Spectroscopy and Electronics” from the session 2012-13.

The department has five research laboratories: Hydrogen energy, Materials Characterization, Nano-particle Synthesis, Theoretical (Nuclear) and XRD research laboratories funded by various funding agencies like UGC, DAE, DRDO, AICTE, DST etc., which are being developed as per the latest development in the respective fields. Various research projects sanctioned by different research agencies like UGC, DAE, DRDO, AICTE, DST and CSIR are being carried out in the department. Some major equipments such as X-Ray, Diffractometer, Thermal & Electron Beam coating Unit, R.F Induction Furnace, DTA, ac/dc conductivity setup, magnetic susceptibility setup etc. are available in the department for PG and research studies.

Department is also managing a solar energy test centre sponsored by MNRE: MNRE Renewable energy test centre from 2012.

From the session 2017-18, Department has started Dual Degree Programme- Dual Degree B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics- M.Sc. Physics with the intake of 30.

The vision of the department is not only to transform young people to competent and motivated professionals but also to contribute to the development of the nation through research, consultancy and training.

Majors

M.Sc. Physics

Dual degree B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics – M. Sc. Physics

Ph. D (Physics)

The mission of the department is to create and disseminate knowledge and tools in intellectual areas at the interfaces between the engineering and physical sciences. The Department creates knowledge and tools through the excellence in various research fields.

Infrastructural facilities available in the Department

Total number of classrooms – 03

Library facilities – List the Journals received in your university library in the concerned discipline.

Department is receiving journals of various publishers through INFLIBNET resources.

M Sc & B.Sc. and B Tech. laboratories – 02 + 03

Research laboratories – 03

Computer Lab – 01

Library – Departmental Library

Internet facilities for staff and students

Regional Testing Center

Department Contact Info

Department of Physics

Chairman 
Prof. Satish Khasa
Professor & Chairman

0130- 2484127
chairmanphy@dcrustm.org

Mon – Fri 9:00A.M. – 5:00P.M.

Social Info

Student Resources

Courses Offered
Faculty
Research and Publications
Syllabus

Courses Offered

Courses offered

  1. Course Name: M.Sc. Physics

         Course duration: Two Year (4 Semester)

         Intake: 60

  1. Course Name: Dual degree B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics – M. Sc. Physics

         Course duration: 5 Year (10 Semester)

         Intake: 30

  1. Course Name: Ph. D (Physics)

         Admission eligibility:  The admission eligibility are as per the University rules.

          No of Ph. D. Completed (In last Five years): 016 (Sixteen )

Area of Specialization: Theoretical, Cond. Matt. Phy., Renewable Energy, Conducting Polymers, Glass & Glass-Ceramics, Polymers and Oxides Magnetic Materials & Fluids, High Energy Nuclear Reactions, Nano-Spinel Ferrites Nuclear Reactions, Ceramics, Multiferroic.

Faculty

Name Designation Highest Qualification Specialization
Dr. (Mrs.) Rajni Shukla Professor Ph.D. Condensed Matter Physics
Dr. Satish Khasa Professor Ph.D. Condensed Matter Physics
Dr. Pawan S. Rana Professor Ph.D. Condensed Matter Physics
Dr.  Vinod Kumar Assistant Professor Ph.D. Condensed Matter Physics
Dr. Pardeep Singh Assistant Professor Ph.D. Nuclear  Physics
Dr. Ashok Kumar Assistant Professor Ph.D. Condensed Matter Physics
Dr. Ravinder Kumar Assistant Professor Ph.D. Nuclear Physics
Dr. Ashima Assistant Professor Ph.D. Condensed Matter Physics

Syllabus

M.Sc. Physics

Why Study Here?

  • Department has well equipped Laboratory for doing experimentation at B. Tech and M.Sc level.
  • The up-gradation of the department laboratory is being done from time to time as per the recent advances and development in the concerned area.