DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

BRIEF OF THE DEPARTMENT

The Department of Physics was started in the year 1969 with the broad vision of serving the students of backward region of Gondia and Bhandara districts. The college started functioning in the premises of N.M.D. College, Gondia. Now, the department has scenic campus, huge Laboratory infrastructure, and competent faculty members. It was the hardwork and sincere efforts of Teaching and Nonteaching staff, which has brought the laurel to the department. Headed by Dr. S.K. Paliwal, the department today is an active beehive of learning and research. The department provides high quality under-graduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs. The department has specious, highly equipped, ICT enabled labs. The only department is having P.G. course in Physics in entire Gondia and Bhandara districts. Many students are placed in reputed companies like Wipro, TCS, Capgemini, Infosys, Deloitte, etc.

PROGRAMS OFFERED

Courses
U.G.P.G.RESEARCHADD-ON COURSE
Year of Establishment 1969200220142018
CoursesGroups Available
B. Sc.Physics, Chemistry, Maths (PCM)
Physics, Comp.Sc., Maths (PCOM)
Physics, Electronics, Maths (PEM)
M. Sc.Physics (Specialization - Electronics)
Ph. D.Material Science
ADD-ON CourseEXP-Eyes
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FACULTY
PhotoName of FacultyDesignationQualificationContact
Dr. S. K. Paliwal
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Associate Prof. & HeadM.Sc., Ph. D.skpaliwal@dbscience.org
Dr. D. S. Choudhary
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ProfessorM.Sc., Ph. D., SETdschoudhary@dbscience.org
Prof. P. K. Nagpure
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Asstt. Prof.M.Sc., M. Philpknagpure@dbscience.org
Prof. A. M. More
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Asstt. Prof.M. Sc., Ph. D., SETanandmore2080@gmail.com
ammore@mail.dbscience.org
Prof. Y. S. Bopche
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Asstt. Prof.M. Sc., NET, SETysbopche@dbscience.org
CHB FACULTY
CHB FACULTY QUALIFICATION
Dr. A.M. Shahare M.Sc., B.Ed., SET, Ph.D.
Dr. B. P. Dhonge M. Sc.Ph.D
Dr. Miss. A. S. Baghele M. Sc.Ph.D.
Miss. E. D. Pardhi M.Sc., B.Ed.
DEPARTMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Well Equipped Laboratories

UGLabs03
Dark Rooms01
PGClass Rooms02
Labs01
Dark Rooms01
RESEARCHInstrumentation Rooms01

Other Facilities

Class-rooms with ICT01
Wi-Fi terminal01
Number of Comp. with Internet 02
Number of Computer02
Printers01

MAJOR EXPERIMENTAL SET-UPS

GOUY’S METHOD

The Gouy’s method is used to determine the magnetic susceptibility of diamagnetic or Paramagnetic substance in the form of powder or a solid.
MEASUREMENT OF SUSCEPTIBILITY BY GOUY’S METHOD

The Gouy’s method is used to determine the magnetic susceptibility of diamagnetic or Paramagnetic substance in the form of powder or a solid.

 

HALL EFFECT EXPERIMENT

EXPERIMENT FOR HALL EFFECT AND MAGNETORESISTANCE
EXPERIMENT FOR HALL EFFECT AND MAGNETORESISTANCE

This instrument can be used in the determination of Resistivity of the material, Hall coefficient and Magnetoresistence of a material.

 

FOUR PROBE METHOD

The Gouy’s method is used to determine the magnetic susceptibility of diamagnetic or Paramagnetic substance in the form of powder or a solid.
EXPERIMENTAL SET UP FOR FOUR PROBE METHOD

This Method is used to calculate Conductivity (Resistivity) at Different Temperatures by Four Probe Method.

 

IONIC CONDUCTIVITY

Ionic Conductivity

MUFFLE FURNACE

Muffle Furnace

Muffle Furnace is Fully Openable Door System. It is Complete Unit With User Friendly Operating Systems.

Temperature up to Maximum: 1000 degree Celcius. Digital Temperature Controller.

 

Electron Spin Resonance Spectrometer

Electron Spin Resonance Spectrometer
Electron Spin Resonance Spectrometer

This experiment is used to determine the g-factor for an electron subjected to a perturbation by an external magnetic field.

 

KBr PRESS (MANUAL) for Pallete

KBr-Press-manual
EXPERIMENTAL SET UP FOR FOUR PROBE METHOD

The press is capable of producing maximum pressure upto 15 tons with Die 10mm. It is compact in construction & occupies very little bench space. Acrylic screens are provided for the safety of the operator. The base plate has a provision for bench mounting. A pressure gauge for indication of pressure release valve is provided. A telescopic handle is used for extra leverage.

 

MAJOR EXPERIMENTAL SET-UPS

  • Cathode Ray Oscilloscope
  • Digital High Precision Balance
  • Electric Digital Furnance
  • Rydberg Experiment
  • Hysteresis Loop Tracer
  • Electron Spin Resonance
  • Dielectric Constant Kit
  • Susceptibility Measurement Apparatus
  • Microprocessor Trainer Kit

DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARY

  1. Of Books: 300
  2. Online Journal: 01
  3. e-Resouces:
      • Question Papers,
      • Research Paper,
      • Previous year Projects
        PPT on special topics
        Audio – Video Module based on topics

COLLEGE CENTRAL LIBRARY

  1. No of Books: 7416
  2. Print Journal: 06
  • Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy
  • Bulletin of Material Science
  • Journal of Earth System Science
  • Pramana Journal of Science
  • Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnogy
  • E-Journal: Inflibnet (N-LIST Program)

RESEARCH

 

Dr. D. S. Choudhary is a Research Supervisor under R. T. M. Nagpur University, Nagpur. His research area includes Ferrites and Magnetic materials. Six (06) research students have been registered under him Out of Five permanent faculty members, Three Faculty members have already awarded with Ph.D. and Two are pursuing their Ph. D. degrees.

RESEARCH CONTRIBUTION

 

NAME OF THE FACULTY

PUBLICATION IN

 JOURNAL

ORAL/POSTER PRESENTATION

 IN SEMINAR

Dr. S. K. Paliwal 02 02
Dr. D. S. Choudhary 10 00
Prof. P. K. Nagpure 00 01
Prof. A. M. More 02 05
Prof. Y. S. Bopche 04 14

 

RESEARCH/PROJECTS:
UGC has approved two Minor Research Projects to the department under Priciple
investigators Dr. D. S. Choudhary and Prof. Y. S. Bopche. The projects have been successfully
completed.
Minor Research Project:
1. Ultrasonic (Prof. Y. S. Bopche)
2. Electromagnetic pollution : Survey & Analysis (Dr. D.S.
Choudhary)

 BOOKS PUBLICATIONS:

 

Name of Author Course Publisher National/ International
Dr. D. S. Choudhary

B.Sc. I,

B.Sc. II

B.Sc. III

(6 Books)

Himalaya Publication National
Prof. Y. S. Bopche

B.Sc. II

B.Sc. III

(6 Books)

 

Himalaya Publication National

 

 

BEST PRACTICES

 

1. Workshop On NET/SET Preparation
This activity creates awareness among the students for competitive exams such as
NET/SET. The students are addressed for exam pattern, syllabus of the exam, passing
criterion, reference books. Students are encouraged for participation in such competitive
exams for job opportunities.

INNOVATIVE PRACTICE:
1. Learning Experimental Physics through Exp-EYES
2. Slow and High Learners

advance-slow-learner

For Slow Learners:

Conducted the objective type test for each student and assessed by them on the basis of marks obtained in the examination. (List of attendance sheet is attached with Photos)

In the assessment it is found that the scoring of most students is increased as compare to the previous same type of examination. (Result Sheet is attached) Thus the skill of the students regarding the objective examination was improved due to the classroom practice of students.

For Advanced Learners:

1) The students of advanced learners are practiced them on expEYES science kit regarding the experimental physics and preparation of some model/projects on the basis of electronics. (Photos with list)

2) Each student allotted seminar topic on the basis of new theme i.e. Nobel Prize Winner in Physics for different year. The presentation of each student was conducted on the occasion of celebration of National Science Day – 2018 on 28th Feb., 2018. These presentations are evaluated by the guest Dr. V. R. Chandrayan, MIET. Gondia. (Documents with Photos)

3) Some students are promoted for the submission of proposal for the summer school program
in IUAC New Delhi & NIUS Mumbai. (List of students)

EVENTS

Celebration of National Science Day
Celebration of Ozone Day
Celebration of International Woman’s Day
Organisation of Inter-University Research Festival (AVISHKAR)
Industrial Visit
Workshop on NET- SET preparation

Department Glimpses:

Industrial Visit: