SGGSWU Departments Department of Physics

Physics department was established in 2011 to train the young minds for research in the area of basic sciences and to inculcate scientific temperament. This department boasts of well qualified faculty with research interest in different areas of Physics. Presently, the department is offering undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral program in Physics. There are huge job opportunities for M.Sc. and Ph.D. Degree holders in research, design and development, besides teaching. There are various Research Centres in India and abroad where M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree holders are required for elaborative research in various fields of Physics. Students have excellent opportunities in Indian research establishments such as DRDO, ISRO, BARC, ONGC, etc., as scientists. The department encourages students to participate in various scientific and research programmes at national and international level in specialized areas like Nuclear Physics, Radiation Physics, High Energy Physics and Solid State Physics.

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1 Ph.D.

Seats: To be notified in the advertisement

Duration: 3-5 Year

Eligibility: M.Sc. Physics/equivalent with minimum 55 % marks from recognized Univ. and qualified entrance exam/ JRF / NET

2 M.Sc.

Seats:40

Duration: 2 years

Eligibility: B.Sc. Hons. Physics/ Non-Medical with minimum 50 % marks from recognized Univ.

3 B.Sc. Hons. School Physics

Seats: 40

Duration: 3 Year

Eligibility: 10+2 (Non-Medical / Physics as main subject) with minimum 50% marks in aggregate from recognized Board.

4 M.Sc. Hons. Physics

Seats: 40

Duration: 2 Year

Eligibility: B.Sc. Hons. Physics/ Non-Medical with minimum 50 % marks from recognized Univ.

 

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1 Dr. Tejbir Singh Professor and Head dr.tejbir@gmail.com Nuclear/Radiation Physics
2 Ms. Preet Kaur Assistant Professor preetkaur_020@yahoo.com Materials Science
3 Dr. BirBikram Singh Assistant Professor birbikramsingh@sggswu.edu.in Theoretical Nuclear Physics
4 Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Assistant Professor kumarsanju25@gmail.com Materials Science
5 Dr. Vishal Kumar Assistant Professor vishal80@vt.edu Materials Science
6 Dr. Yogesh K. Vermani Assistant Professor yugs80@gmail.com Nuclear Physics
7 Ms. Bindia Singla Assistant Professor singlabnd94@gmail.com Nuclear Physics
8 Dr. Neha Rani Rana Assistant Professor neharana1987@gmail.com Nanotechnology
9 Mandeep Kaur Guest Faculty randhawamandeep97@gmail.com Theoretical Nuclear Physics
10 Manpreet Kaur Guest Faculty manpreet_ldh@yahoo.com Theoretical Nuclear Physics
11 Shubhjot Kaur Guest Faculty kaur.shubhjot92@gmail.com Theoretical Nuclear Physics
12 Er. Jagpreet Singh Guest Faculty jagpreetsinghphy@gmail.com Material Science
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Number of Ph.D. students

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(02 Submitted Thesis)

(05 Pursuing)

Research Projects 

Two Research Projects worth 37.0 Lacs awarded by SERB, New Delhiwere Completed by faculty members of Physics department.

Research Papers: 

More than 50

2 Research Profile

All faculty members are actively involved in research work and have published about 150 research papers in referred international journals.

  • Dr. Tejbir Singh has been sanctioned Rs 20 lacs by SERB, New Delhi under the Fast Track Scheme for Young Scientists for establishing Radiation Physics lab in the University.
  • Dr. Birbikram Singh bagged first research project worth Rs 17 lac for the Physics Dept. from DST, New Delhi under the Fast Track Scheme for Young Scientists.
  • Dr. Vishal Kumar worked as Fulbright fellow at Virginia State University, USA. He did his postdoctoral project on development of sealants for solid oxide fuel cells.
  • Dr. Inderpal Singh is working in collaboration with Max-Planck Institute for Physics, Munich, Germany on the ZEUS experiment.
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1 Labs

The Department of Physics has laboratories equipped with the required infrastructure.

There are two undergraduate and two post graduate lab consisting of experiments related to:

Solid State Physics (Hall effect, B-H curve, Four probe, Thomson’s method etc.)
Electronics (Digital and Analog Kits)
Optics (Michelson Interferometer, Spectrometer, Newton’s Ring Appratus, Telescopes, Microscope, He-Ne Laser)
Nuclear Physics (G.M. Counters and Gamma ray spectrometer)

Apart from UG and PG labs, the department has five research labs:

Two for theoretical nuclear physics (for low and intermediate energy).
One for Materials Science (MSRL)
One for Gamma Rays Spectroscopy
One for Optical Materials Synthesis

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1 News and Events of the department

The details of various events organized in the physics department during the Session 2014-15 is as follows:

  • Extended lecture delivered by Dr. S. K Patra from Institute of Physics, Bhubaneshwar, on January 24, 2014 highlighting “Scientific research in the department of atomic energy”
  • The department organized a Technical Session at the National  conference (Emerging Horizons in Science and Technology) organized by SGGSWU on 17-18 January, 2014.
  • Students of the department visited exhibition and also participated in the quiz competition organized by Thapar university in association with BARC, Mumbai on 5th March, 2014.
  • Extended lecture delivered by Prof. Bikramjit Singh Bajwa from Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, on March 28, 2014 highlighting “Environmental Radioactivity”
2 Inno-Tech, 2015

Dr. Devinder Singh alongwith his team of M.Sc. Physics students visited Pushpa Gujral Science city, Kapurthala, participated in Model/project Display competition in Inno-Tech 2015 and got consolation prize.

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3 Activities of department in academic session 2017-18
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B.Sc. Hons. Physics

Mr. Samar Vijay Singh won 1st prize in Poster Making and 3rd Prize in Quiz competition during Carrier Awareness Workshop at TIET, Patiala on 7th March 2017.

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B.Sc. Hons. Physics

Ms. Nagamdeep Kaur won 3rd Prize in Essay Writing competition during Science Fair at Akal University, Talwandi Sabo on 4th March 2017.

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Excursion Trip

M.Sc. Physics 4th Sem 30 students visited Jantar Mantar, Jaipur during March 2018.

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Invited Lecture

Dr. Gagandeep Singh from IIT, Roorkee has interacted with M.Sc. students on 5 April 2018.

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1 Achievements

The students of the department visited the PUSHPA GUJRAL SCIENCE CITY, Kapurthala and participated in the INNOTECH-2014. The M.Tech. Engineering Physics students under the guidance of Dr. Devinder Singh bagged 1st position along with cash prize of Rs. 10,000/- .

2 Achievements of students in the recent past
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Mr. Avtar Singh (2012-14)

Qualified Entrance Exam for Ph.D. Registered at Punjabi University, Patiala

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Ms. Rupinderjeet Bains (2011-2015)

Qualified Gate (2015)

Pursuing M.Tech. Materials Science at Thapar Institute of Engg. & Tech. Patiala

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Ms. Gaganpreet Kaur (2013-15)

Joined M.Sc. (Bio-Physics) at Australia

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Mr. Jatinder Singh (2014-16)

Got Govt. Job as Science Teacher (2018)

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Ms. Jaspreet Kaur (2014-16)

Placed in recruiting agency in Science at UK

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Ms. Mandeep Kaur Ph.D. Scholar

Presented paper at USA

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Ms. Manpreet Kaur Ph.D. Scholar

Presented Oral Talk at USA

3 Research Projects of the Faculty

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Name of the Faculty

Brief Introduction of Project

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Dr. BirBikram Singh (SR/FTP/PS-013/2011, sanction worth Rs. 17.82 Lac for 3 Years: 2012-2015 by SERB, New Delhi)

 

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Dr. Tejbir Singh (SR/FTP/PS-081/2012, sanction worth Rs. 20.04 Lac for 3 Years: 2014-2017 by SERB, New Delhi)

 

Experimental Investigation of Gamma Rays Shielding Parameters for some Alloys

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