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Chancellor Message

Prof. Kirpal Singh Badungar

Chancellor

For the first time in Sikh history a unique institution of higher learning in the form of Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University has been established under Punjab State Act 20/2008, at Fatehgarh Sahib, near Chandigarh (India).

Vice - Chancellor Message

Dr. Gurmohan Singh

Vice Chancellor

In this era of globalisation and specialisation when ever-widening horizons of knowledge are endeavouring to scale the acme of excellence, Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University, in tune with the times, visualise

SGGSWU Departments Department of Nanotechnology

Vision:Creation of a Centre of excellence for interdisciplinary research in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology including physical, chemical and biological sciences.
The Department of Nanotechnology is the core competence centre of emerging science and technology in Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University. Since nanotechnology is a fast emerging field having vast potential applications in the 21st century in all possible areas of Engineering, Medical and various other frontiers of science and technology, so keeping in view the importance of nanotechnology, University has started nanotechnology course at under graduate and post graduate level. The university is first of its kind in Punjab to start nanotechnology at under graduate level. The mission of the department is to promote forefront basic and applied research in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology with potential applications towards fulfilling research needs. The main research focus of the department includes synthesis and characterization of nano-particles for LED applications, defence applications, biosensor development, healthcare and environmental remediation.

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1 M.Tech.5 Year Integrated Course

Seats: 30
Duration: 5 Years
Eligibility: 10+2 (Medical or Non-Medical) with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate from recognized board/Council (45% Marks for SC/ST)

 

2 M.Tech.

Seats: 30
Duration: 2 Years
Eligibility: B.E./B. Tech (Any branch) with at least 50% marks  aggregate/ equivalent grade point or M.Sc. in Physical Sciences, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology at B.Sc. level with 50% marks in aggregate. (45% Marks for SC/ST).

3 Ph.D.

Seats: To be notified before the entrance test.

Duration: Minimum 3 Years

Eligibility: As per UGC norms

4 B.Tech.

Seats: 30

Duration: 4 Years

Eligibility: 50% marks in 10+2 with Non-medical/Medical or equivalent.

 

Sr. No Image Name Designation Email Specialization Resumes
1 Dr, Manoj Sharma Assistant Professor and In-charge manojnarad@gmail.com Nanocatalysis and nanosensors.
2 Er. Mohit Rawat Assistant Professor mohit.rawat@sggswu.org Synthesis and Characterization of Metal and Metal oxide nanoparticles , Nanobiotechnology.
3 Dr. Akshay Kumar Assistant Professor akshaykumar@sggswu.org New materials,Boron based compounds,Materials for chemical gas sensors and for solar cell application.
4 Dr. Jeewan Sharma Assistant Professor jeewansharma29@gmail.com Experimental Condensed Matter Physics (Structural, Thermal, electrical,photoelectrical and optical properties).
5 Dr. Deepak Kukkar Assistant Professor deepakukkar@gmail.com Semi-Conductor Nanomaterials,Metal Organic Frameworks.
6 Er. Amandeep Singh Assistant Professor adeep.pannu@gmail.com Nano hetro structures,Nano-probes.
7 Er. KiratBir Kaur Assistant Professor kiratbir28@gmail.com Nano Electronics.
8 Er. Varun A. Chhabra Assistant Professor sujalvarun@yahoo.co.in Graphene quantum,Boron Based Nanomaterials
9 Er. Arshdeep Kaur Assistant Professor arsh_sohi@yahoo.com Nanohetro structures.
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1 Few Research Papers by Faculty Members

1. Effect of different surfactants on structural and optical properties of Ce3+and Tb3+ co-doped BiPO4 nanostructures, G. Lakshminarayana, T.D. Dao, K. Chen, Manoj Sharma, T. Takeda, M.G. Brik, I.V. Kityk, Sarabjot Singh, T. Nagao, Optical Materials, Dec, 2014.

2. Morphology controlled Y2O3:Eu3+ nanophosphors with enhanced photoluminescence properties, Deepak Kumar, Manoj Sharma, O.P. Pandey, Journal of Luminescence, Sept. 2014 (DOI: 10.1016/j.jlumin.2014.09.046 ).

3. Structural and optical studies of undoped and copper doped zinc sulphide nanoparticles for photocatalytic application, Jagdeep Kaur, Manoj Sharma, O. P. Pandey, Superlattices and microstructures, 2014.

4. UV-Visible light induced photocatalytic studies of Cu doped ZnO nanoparticles prepared by co-precipitation method, Manish Mittal, Manoj Sharma, O.P. Pandey, Solar Energy, Volume 110, December 2014, Pages 386–397.

5. Effect of Li+, Na+ and K+ ion Concentration on the structural and optical properties of Eu3+ doped Y2O3 nanoparticles by coprecipitation method, Deepak Kumar, Manoj Sharma, O.P Pandey, Optical Materials, 36, 1131-1138, 2014.

6. Photocatalytic studies of crystal violet dye using Mn doped and PVP capped ZnO nanoparticles, Manish Mittal, Manoj Sharma, O.P.Pandey, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 14, 2725-2733, 2014.

7. Photocatalytic degradation of azo dyes using Zn doped and undoped TiO2 nanoparticles, PoojaSingla, Manoj Sharma, Kulvir Singh, and O. P. Pandey, Applied Physics A, 116, 371-378,  2014.

8. Synthesis, Characterization, Photocatalytic and Reusability Studies of Capped ZnS Nanoparticles, Jagdeep Kaur, Manoj Sharma, O. P. Pandey, Bulletin of Materials Science, 37, 931–940, 2014.

9. Effect of pH on Size of ZnS Nanoparticles and its Application for Dye Degradation, Jagdeep Kaur, Manoj Sharma, O. P. Pandey, Particulate Science and Technology: An International Journal, Sept. 2014.(DOI: 10.1080/02726351.2014.952802). (Impact Factor : 0.48)

10. Effect of pH on photocatalytic activity of capped ZnS nanoparticles, Jagdeep Kaur, Manoj Sharma, O. P. Pandey, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 13, 1-11, 2013.

11. Optical and morphological Studies of doped core shell ZnS:Cu/ZnS nanoparticles, Amandeep Singh, Manoj Sharma, Defect and Diffusion Forum, 347, 247, 2013.  

12. Tunable emission in chitosan capped Mn-ZnS nanophosphors and its application for Glucose sensing, Manoj Sharma, Tarunjain, O.P.Pandey, AIP Advances, 2, 012183, 2012.

13. Photocatalytic degradation of organic dyes under UV-Visible light using capped ZnS nanoparticles, Manoj Sharma, Tarun Jain, Sukhvir Singh and O.P. Pandey, Solar Energy, 86, 626-633, 2012.

14. Excitation induced tunable emission in biocompatible chitosan capped ZnS nanophosphors, Manoj Sharma, Sukhvir Singh, O.P.Pandey, Journal of Applied Physics, 107, 104319, 2010.

15. Study of energy transfer from capping agents to intrinsic defects in passivated ZnS nanoparticles, Manoj Sharma, Sunil Kumar, O.P.Pandey, Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 12, 2655, 2010.

16. Studies of 2-mercaptoethanol passivated ZnS core-shell nanoparticles, Manoj Sharma, Sunil Kumar, O.P Pandey, Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials-Rapid Communications, 2, 881 – 885, 2008.

17. Photo-Physical and Morphological Studies of Organically Passivated Core-Shell ZnS Nanoparticles, Manoj Sharma, Sunil Kumar, O.P.Pandey, Digest Journal of Nanomaterials and Biostructures, 3,189 – 197, 2008.

18. Amandeep Singh, Manoj Sharma, O.P. Pandey, Xueyong Wei, Highly Luminescent ZnS: Mn/ZnS core shell nanoparticles for solid state lightning, Proceedings of the 13th IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology Beijing, China, August 5-8, 2013 (978-1-4799-0675-8).

19. Deepak Kumar, Manoj Sharma, and O. P. Pandey, Luminescent properties of nano-sized Y2O3:Eu3+ synthesized by precipitation Method, AIP Conf. Proc. 1536,119 (2013); doi: 10.1063/1.4810129.

20. Jagdeep kaur, Manoj Sharma, and O. P. Pandey, Photocatalytic studies of capped ZnS nanoparticles, AIP Conf. Proc. 1536, 81 (2013) (DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4810110).

21. PoojaSingla, Manoj Sharma, Kulvir Singh, and O. P. Pandey, Synthesis and characterization of zinc doped nano TiO2 for efficient photocatalytic degradation of Eriochrome Black T, AIP Conf. Proc. 1536,103 (2013);  doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4810121.

22. Manoj Sharma and O.P. Pandey, Tuning emission color in capped and doped ZnS nanocrystals by changing excitation conditions, International Conference on Luminescence and Its Applications (ICLA 2012), Feb 7-11, 2012. (ISBN No.8167178065).

23. Manoj Sharma, Deepak Kumar O.P. Pandey, Effect of Eu, Tb codoping on Luminescent properties of Y2O3 nanoparticles, (ICLA 2012), Feb 7-11, 2012. (ISBN No. 8167178065).

24. Amandeep Singh Pannu, Manoj Sharma, Soumen Basu, O.P. Pandey, Solar radiation assisted photo catalysis by semiconductor nanoparticles, International conference on Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology (ICNANO-2011), University of Delhi, 18-21 Dec. 2011. (ISBN No: 9788192006833, eISBN No: 9788192006835).

25. Manoj Sharma, Sunil Kumar, Sukhvir Singh and O.P. Pandey, Comparison of optical and morphological properties of uncapped and glutathione capped ZnS nanostructures, Proceedings of ICOP 2009-International Conference on Optics and Photonics CSIO, Chandigarh, India, 30 Oct.-1 Nov. 2009.

26. Manoj Sharma, Tarun Jain, O.P. Pandey, Enzyme detection using DNA capped ZnS nanoparticles, Bio-medical applications of nanostructured materials, NANO -2010, KSR Colloge, Errode, Tamil Nadu, Macmillan Publishers India Limited.

27. Occurrence of non-equilibrium orthorhombic SnO2 phase and its effect in preferentially grown SnO2 nanowires for CO detection. Manjeet Kumar, Akshay Kumar and A. C. Abhyankar. RSC Advances (under review)

28. W-doped nanocrystalline SnO2 thin films for NO2 Sensing: Effect of texture coefficient, roughness and crystallite size. Manjeet Kumar, Akshay Kumar and A. C. Abhyankar. ACS Applied Materials and Interface (under review).

29. One step reduction of Boric Acid to boron carbide nanoparticles. Paviter Singh, Bikramjeet Singh, Manjeet Kumar and Akshay Kumar. Ceramics International 40 (2014) 15331–15334.

30. SnO2 based sensors with improved sensitivity and response time. Manjeet Kumar, Akshay Kumar and A.C. Abhayankar. Ceramics International 40 (2014) 8411–8418.

31. Synthesis of carbon nano tubes by thermo-chemical method. Akshay Kumar, K. Singh and O.P. Pandey.  J. Mater. Sci. Technol., 30 (2014) 112-116.

32. Reduction of WO3 to WC nano particles by reflux reaction. Raj Kumar, Akshay Kumar, Sukhbir Singh and O.P. Pandey. Materials Science 49(2013) (Ukrainian Original Vol.49, No.1, January–February, 2013).

33. Direct conversion of wolframite ore to Tungsten Carbide nano particles. Akshay Kumar, K. Singh and O.P. Pandey.  Int Journal of Refractory Metals and Hard Materials, 29 (2011) 555-558.

34. Sintering behavior of Nanostructured WC-Co composite. Akshay Kumar, K. Singh and O.P. Pandey.  Ceramics International, 37 (2011) 1415-1422.
35. Green-light–emitting electroluminescent device based on a new cadmium Complex. R. Kumar, R. Srivastava, A. Kumar, M. N. Kamalasanan and K. Singh.  Euro Physics Letters, 90 (2010) 57004.

36. Optimization of processing parameters for the synthesis of tungsten carbide (WC) nanoparticles through solvo thermal route. Akshay Kumar, K. Singh and O.P. Pandey. Physica E- Low Dim Phys and Nano structures, 42 (2010) 2477–2483.

37. Reduction of WO3 to nano-WC by thermo-chemical reaction route. Akshay Kumar, K. Singh and O.P. Pandey. Physica E- Low dim Phys and Nano structures, 41 (2009) 677–684.

38. Development Of Nanocomposite WC-Co Materials-An Overview. Akshay Kumar, K. Singh and O.P. Pandey. Nano Science and Nano Technology-An Indian J 1(2), (2007) 59-69.

39. Electrochemical Synthesis of Highly Crystalline Copper Nanowires. Amandeep Kaur, Tanish Gupta, Akshay Kumar, Sanjeev Kumar, Karamjeet Singh and Anup Thakur. AIP Conference Proceeding (Accepted) 2014.

40. Single Step Synthesis of Nanostructured Boron Nitride for Boron Neutron Capture Therapy. Bikramjeet Singh, Paviter Singh, Manjeet Kumar, Anup Thakur and Akshay Kumar. AIP Conference Proceeding (Accepted) 2014.

41. Optical and electrical properties of ZnSe thin films: effect of vacuum annealing. Jeewan Sharma, Deep Shikha and S.K. Tripathi. Romanian Reports in Physics, 66(4) (2014)

42. Electrical characterization of nanocrystalline zinc selenide thin films. Jeewan Sharma, Deep  Shikha and S.K. Tripathi. Journal of Theoretical and Applied Physics6(1) (2012) 16.

43. Comparison of morphological and optical properties of nanocrystalline tin selenide powder and thin films     Deep Shikha, R. P. Chauhan and Jeewan Sharma Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials: Rapid Communication, 6(7-8) (2012) 734.

44. Influence of light irradiation on electrical and optical properties of nanocrystalline cadmium selenide thin films. Jeewan Sharma and S.K. Tripathi. Digest Journal of Nanomaterials and  Biostructures,6 (3) (2011) 1179.

45. Effect of deposition pressure on structural, optical and electrical properties of zinc selenide thin films Jeewan Sharma and S.K. Tripathi. Physica B,406(9) (2011) 1757.

46. Thermal induced changes on optical and electrical properties of zinc selenide thin films Jeewan Sharma and S.K. Tripathi. Materials Science:An Indian Journal, 7 (2)(2011).

47. Thermal induced changes on electrical and optical properties of nanocrystalline CdSe thin films. Jeewan Sharma, G.S.S. Saini, N. Goyal and S.K. Tripathi. Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials, 9 (2007) 3194.

48. Electrical properties of a-Se85- xTe15Snx thin films. V. Sharma, A. Thakur, Jeewan Sharma, V. Kumar, S. Gautam and S.K. Tripathi. Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids,353 (2007) 1474.

49. Proton induced changes on the optical parameters of a-(Ge20Se80)0.96Ag0.04 thin films. S.K. Tripathi, A. Thakur, G. Singh, Jeewan Sharma, V. Sharma, K.P. Singh, G.S.S. Saini and N. Goyal.     Journal of Materials Science Letters, 41 (2006) 1847.

50. Preparation and characterization of SnSenanocrystalline thin films. Jeewan Sharma, G. Singh, A. Thakur, G.S.S. Saini, N. Goyal and S.K. Tripathi. Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials, 7 (2005) 2085.

51. Effect of Sb additive on the electrical properties of Se-Te alloy. S.K. Tripathi, V. Sharma, A. Thakur, Jeewan Sharma, G.S.S. Saini and N. Goyal. Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 351 (2005) 2468.

52. Irradiation effects on the optical properties of a-Ge-Se-Ag thin films. S.K. Tripathi, A. Thakur, G. Singh, Jeewan Sharma, V. Sharma, K.P. Singh, G.S.S. Saini and N. Goyal. Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials, 7 (2005) 2095.

53. Effect of Bi on the electrical properties of a-Ge20Se80 glasses. G. Singh, Jeewan Sharma, A. Thakur, N. Goyal, G.S.S. Saini and S.K. Tripathi. Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials, 7 (2005) 2069.

54. Deepak Kukkar, Inderpreet Kaur, Jagtar Singh & Lalit M. Bharadwaj. Plasticizers Induced Formation of Microcapsules from Freeze Dried Polystyrene Microreactors. International Journal of Polymeric Materials & Polymeric Biomaterials 64 (8) (2014) 385-391 (Impact Factor 2.78).

55. Parveen Kumar, Deepak Kukkar, Akash Deep, Sukesh C. Sharma, Lalit M. Bharadwaj.  Synthesis of mercaptopropionic acid stabilized CdS quantum dots for bioimaging in breast cancer Adv. Mat. Lett. 2012, 3(6), 471-475.(Impact Factor 1.93)

56. Deepak Kukkar, Harsimran Kaur, Inderpreet Kaur, Jagtar Singh & Lalit M Bharadwaj Immobilization of Quantum Dots Encapsulated Polystyrene Microcapsules for Multianalyte Sensing Adv. Sci. Lett. 17(2012)49-55.(Impact Factor 1.256)

57. Deepak Kukkar, Manil Kukkar, Inderpreet Kaur, Jagtar Singh and Lalit M BharadwajSynthesis of Poly(ε-caprolactone) microreactors by micro-volcanic rupture of freeze dried microspheres. Polymeric Plastics Technology & Engineering.51(12)(2012) 1275-1281.

58. Harsimran Kaur, Suresh Kumar, Deepak Kukkar, Inderpreet Kaur,Kashmir Singh and Lalit M Bharadwaj. Transportation of Drug-(Polystyrene Bead) Conjugate by Actomyosin Motor System. Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology. 6  (2010) 1-8.

59. Optical and morphological Studies of doped core shell ZnS:Cu/ZnS nanoparticles, Amandeep Singh, Manoj Sharma, Defect and Diffusion Forum, 347 (2013) 247.

60. Amandeep Singh, Manoj Sharma, O.P. Pandey, Xueyong Wei, Highly Luminescent ZnS: Mn/ZnS core shell nanoparticles for solid state lightning, Proceedings of the 13th IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology Beijing, China, August 5-8 (2013)978-1-4799-0675-8.

61. Amandeep Singh Pannu, Manoj Sharma, Soumen Basu, O.P. Pandey, Solar radiation assisted photo catalysis by semiconductor nanoparticles, International conference on Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology (ICNANO-2011), University of Delhi, 18-21 Dec. (2011) (ISBN No: 9788192006833, eISBN No: 9788192006835).

62. Mamta Rani, KiratBir Kaur, S. K. Tripathi. Synthesis and Characterization of Dye Sensitized TiO2 Nanorods , AIP Conf. Proc. 1393 (2011) 351.

63. VarunChhabra, Akash Deep, Rajnish Kaur, Rupesh Kumar Functionalization of Graphene using Carboxylation process. International Journal on Science and Emerging Technologies with Latest Trends (4) 13-19.

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1 Research Labs

a) In the last academic session Department received financial support worth rupees One crore from SGPC, Sri Amritsar Sahib. It has helped in establishing state of art nano characterization laboratory in the University campus. Currently the department boasts eight numbers of laboratories. These include

  • Nano Characterization Lab,
  • Materials Science Lab,
  • Nano Chemistry Lab (Synthesis Lab),
  • Nanotechnology Research Lab,
  • Analog& Digital Electronics Lab,
  • Polymer Nanocomposites Lab,
  • Carbon Nanotubes Lab,
  • Thin Film Technology Lab.

2 Nanocharacterization Laboratory

A View of Nanocharacterization Laboratory

3 State of Art Labs

The department boasts of state of the art nanotechnology instruments which include Spectrophotometer (UV-Visible, FTIR, Photoluminiscence), Particle Size Analyzer, Thermal Gravimetric Analyzer, High Energy Ball Mill & LCR meter.

(a) PL Spectrophotometer
(b) UV-Visible Spectrophotomer
(c) FTIR Spectrophotometer
(d) Particle Size Analyzer

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1 Academic Activities

Nano Club

The department of nanotechnology introduced ‘Nano Club’ in the last semester to aware the students of the university about the fascinating field of nanotechnology. The club take cares of all the interactive and educational activities of the student that includes invited talks, academic visits, workshops, conferences, seminar series of the students etc. In the current academic session the student of M.Tech. 5 year 5th semester presented their six week summer research internship work as a seminar series in which the faculty and the students actively participated. The seminars were organized in order to motivate the students to enhance their presentation and research skills.

The nano club also organizes special lectures for students. These lectures are delivered by academicians and scientist of our country working in the domain of nanotechnology. In October 2013 Dr. Tinku Basu, Dy. Director Amity Institute of Nanotechnology presented a special lecture titled ‘Synthesis, functionalization and Characterization of Nano materials’ and ‘Nano materials in Health care and safety’ on 17th October, 2013. The lecture was well attended by the student of the department.

Similarly in October 2014 Dr Deshdeep Sahdev, Professor of Physics, IIT Kanpur delivered an inspirational talk on development of Indigenous Technologies. The lecture was very much motivational for not only students but also for the faculty members towards development of novel technologies and instruments in the field of research & development.

2 Academic Visits

Academic Visits: The department regularly organizes academic visits to institutions of national importance in order to sharpen their academic and technical skills. Students of M.Tech. 5 year Nanotechnology VIII semester visited to the IIT Mandi campus in September 2013, while a one day trip was also organized for M.Tech. 5 year Nanotechnology VII semester students to Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences (ARIES) Nainitalin October 2014. The main objective of these tripsis to acquaint the students with equipments and techniques used in synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials. The students learned the fundamental principles and operating procedures of different instruments such as optical microscope, X-ray diffractometer, Fourier Transform Infra-red spectroscope and particle size analyzeretc.

Academic Visit: The department organized a one day academic visit to IIT Mandi for M Tech 5 year students on September 27 2013. There were a total no of 52 students accompanied by 3 faculty members from the department. The main objective of the trip was to acquaint the students with equipments and techniques used in synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials. The students learned the fundamental principles and operating procedures of different instruments such as transmission electron microscope, X-ray diffractometer, Fourier Transform Infra-red spectroscope and particle size analyzeretc. The trip was a good learning experience for both the students as well as faculty members.

3 International research activities of the department

The 13th IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology, one of the biggest nanotechnology conferences in the world was held from 5th-8th August, 2013, in Beijing, China. The conference was jointly held with International Conference of the Chinese Society of Micro/Nano Technology. The conference has received numerous submissions from over 40 countries and regions. Only one publication from India showing the research work on Application of Luminescent Core Shell nanoparticles, of Dr. Sharma was selected in the conference. Dr Manoj Sharma, Incharge, Department of nanotechnology presented his research work on 8th August, 2013. Further Dr. Manoj was invited to give talk on latest advancement in Nanotechnology in Xian Jiaotong University. Also research groups of Dr. Sharma and Dr. Wei signed research agreement for student exchange and research sharing.

4 Cleanliness Campaign

The students and the faculty of the department actively participated in the cleanliness campaign organized by the University to celebrate the Birthday of Sri Guru Nanak Devji on November 05, 2014. The aim of this campaign was to encourage the habit of cleanliness among the citizens of the region.

5 Fresher Party, 2014

In each academic session the department organizes fresher’s Party to welcome the new students. This year the event was held in October, 2014. The freshers party manifests fun, frolic, smiles and rejuvenate spirits among the students. The senior batch students whole heartedly extended a warm welcome to their junior counterparts.

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1 Achievements Of
  • Dr. Akshay Kumar has been awarded research project titled “Synthesis and applications of Boron Carbide Nanoparticles for Neutron Capture Cancer Treatment Therapy” by BRNS, Government of India in collaboration with Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC).
  • Dr. Akshay was also invited for delivering a lecture at materials Engineering 2014 International Conference held at San Francisco USA in December 2014.
  • Er. VarunChhabra delivered an expert talk on latest trends in nano sensors at CDAC Mohali in November 2014.
  • MOU has been signed between two research groups from the department of Nanotechnology (SGGSWU) and School of Mechanical Engineering Xi'an Jiaotong University, China for joint research activity.
  • Sarabjot Singh M.Tech. 5 year VIII semester student was awarded NIMS internship program fellowship at National Institute for Material Science, Japan for a period of 51 days.
2 Training & placement status of the department

Summer training/internship program done by M.Tech. 5 year students at the different national/international laboratories/institution namely: IITs, Panjab University Chandigarh, IIIM Jammu, Delhi University, NIT Hamirpur, BARC Mumbai, GNDU Amritsar, Thapar University, Patiala, Patiala. The detailed list of students who went for training is given below.

S. No.

Roll. No.

Name of Student

Name of Institute

1

1125402

Agampreet Kaur

GGDSD College Chandigarh.

2

1125403

Amarjit Singh

Thapar University, Patiala

3

1125404

Arshdeep Singh Rai

GGDSD College Chandigarh.

4

1125407

Balkar Singh

Shoolini University, H.P.

5

1125408

Barinder Kaur

Thapar University, Patiala

6

1125410

Balpreet Singh

Shoolini University, H.P.

7

1125412

Gurinder Singh

Department Of Physics, PU

8

1125413

Gurjas Kaur

Department Of Chemistry, PU

9

1125414

Gurjot Kaur

Thapar University, Patiala

10

1125415

Gurneet Kaur

Eternal University, Baru Sahib

11

1125416

Gurpreet Singh

Shoolini University, H.P.

12

1125418

Gurwinderpal Singh

Eternal University, Baru Sahib

13

1125419

Hardeep Kaur

Thapar University, Patiala

14

1125420

Harmandeep Kaur,

Department Of Chemistry, PU

15

1125421

Harmandeep Kaur

CMC Academy Chandigarh

16

1125422

Harmanjot Kaur

CMC Academy Chandigarh

17

1125423

Harmeet Kaur

Sikkim Manipal University

18

1125424

Harmilap Singh

Centre of Nano-Science & Nanotechnology, PU

19

1125425

Harpreet Kaur

Department Of Physics, PU

20

1125426

Harvarinder Singh

Shoolini University, H.P.

21

1125428

Himanshi Sharma

Thapar University, Patiala

22

1125429

Jaskaran Singh

Shoolini University, H.P.

23

1125430

Jaskaran Singh Kang

Shoolini University, H.P.

24

1125431

Jaspreet Kaur Bajwa

Sikkim Manipal University

25

1125432

Jasveer Kaur

Thapar University, Patiala

26

1125434

Lovleen Kaur

Thapar University, Patiala

27

1125435

Maninder Partap Singh

Thapar University, Patiala

28

1125436

Manjinder Singh

Thapar University, Patiala

29

1125437

Manpreet Kaur

Panjab University, Chandigarh

30

1125438

Manpreet Kaur

Centre of Nano-Science & Nanotechnology, PU

31

1125439

Navalpreet Singh

Department of Biotechnology, P.U.

32

1125440

Navjot Kaur

Thapar University, Patiala

33

1125441

Navpreet Kaur

Thapar University, Patiala

34

1125442

Pawanpreet Kaur

Thapar University, Patiala

35

1125443

Princejot Singh.

Sikkim Manipal University

36

1125444

Rajvir Kaur

CMC Academy Chandigarh

37

1125445

Rajwinder Kaur

Sikkim Manipal University

38

1125446

Ramanjot Kaur

Thapar University, Patiala

39

1125447

Rameshinder Singh

Shoolini University, H.P.

40

1125448

Ranjit Singh

Shoolini University, H.P.

41

1125449

Ravneet Kaur

Department Of Chemistry, PU

42

1125450

Rohit Kumar

NIT Hamirpur

43

1125451

Rupinder Kaur

Shoolini University, H.P.

44

1125456

Sukhmeet Singh

DIAT Pune

45

1125457

Sukhpreet Kaur

Thapar University, Patiala

46

1125458

Sukhvir Kaur

Eternal University , Baru Sahib

47

1125459

Supreet Kaur

Eternal University, Baru Sahib

48

1125460

Taranjot Kaur

Eternal University , Baru Sahib

49

1125461

Umesh Kumar

NIT Hamirpur

50

1125462

Upinder Singh

Department Of Biotechnology, P.U.

51

1125463

Williampreet Singh

Centre Of Nano-Science And Nanotechnology, Panjab University

52

1125464

Yadwinder Singh

NCL, Pune

53

1135630

Manpreet Singh

DIAT Pune

54

1115105

Amandeep Kaur

Thapar University, Patiala

55

1125476

Amar Singh

Panjab University, Chandigarh

56

1125477

Amandeep Kaur

Panjab University, Chandigarh

57

1125479

Amanjot Kaur

Eternal University, Baru Sahib

58

1125480

Amarjyot kaur

DIAT, Pune

5

1125481

Amritpal Singh

Eternal University, Baru Sahib

60

1125482

Amritpal Singh

Thapar Uni. Ptl.

61

1125483

Aruna Rani

Thapar Uni. Ptl.

62

1125484

Chamkaur Singh

Eternal University, Baru Sahib

63

1125485

Dalvir Singh

Eternal University, Baru Sahib

64

1125486

Damanpreet Singh

IIIM, Jammu

65

1125488

Gurpreet Kaur

Eternal University, Baru Sahib

66

1125489

Hardeep Singh

Panjab University, Chandigarh

67

1125490

Harkanwal Singh

DIAT, Panjab University

68

1125491

Harmandeep Singh

Panjab University, Chandigarh

69

1125492

Harpal Singh

GNDU, Amritsar

70

1125493

Harpreet Kaur

NCL, Pune

71

1125495

Jagseer Singh

Thapar University,Patiala

72

1125496

Japsimran Singh

DIAT, Pune

73

1125497

Jasmeet Singh

Eternal University, Baru Sahib

74

1125498

Jaspreet Kaur

Thapar University, Patiala

75

1125500

Jaswinder Singh

DU, Delhi

76

1125502

Kulwinder Singh

DIAT, Pune

77

1125503

Lovepreet Singh

DIAT, Pune

78

1125504

Mamanpreet Kaur

DIAT, Pune

79

1125506

Mandeep Singh

PEC, Chandigarh

80

1125507

Maninder Kaur

Eternal University, Baru Sahib

81

1125508

Manjot Singh

DU, Delhi

82

1125509

Manpreet Singh

DIAT, Pune

83

1125510

Neha

Panjab University, Chandigarh

84

1125511

Pardeep Singh

BARC, Mumbai

85

1125512

Parminderpal Singh

DU, Delhi

86

1125513

Preetpal Kaur

Panjab University, Chandigarh.

87

1125514

Pushpinderpal Singh

PEC, Chandigarh

88

1125515

Rakesh Kumar

Thapar University, Patiala

89

1125516

Ramandeep Jain

Thapar University, Patiala

90

1125518

Sandeep Singh

GNDU, Amritsar

91

1125519

Sarabjot Singh

IIT Delhi

92

1125520

Satkartar Singh

Biolim Chennai

93

1125521

Saurabh Battu

Panjab University, Chandigarh

94

1125522

Simran Kaur

Panjab University, Chandigarh

95

1125523

Sukhpreet Singh

Panjab University, Chandigarh

96

1125524

Tanish Gupta

Punjabi University Patiala

97

1125525

Tanvi Sharma

Panjab University, Chandigarh

98

1125526

Tapinder Singh

Eternal University, Baru Sahib

99

1125527

TusharRajvanshi

BARC, Mumbai

100

1125528

Vishwainder Singh

DIAT, Pune

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