Department of Physics

Physics Department

Physics Department - First Year Engineering Block
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About the Department


Department of Physics essentially caters to the students of B. Tech First year apart from the students of other years, in teaching them a wide range of foundation courses. The department is unique in its attempt of perspective building of students and in initiating and strengthening their ideological maturity and scientific temper. The department has a stable climate leading to conducive environment for growth and learning. It helps newcomers in assuming identity in the college the right way.

Faculty members of the department are extensively engaged in research in their areas along with their qualification enhancement so that the students could be moulded in the best of the formative influences.

Dr. Atul Shukla
Designation : HOD, Associate Professor

Email Id : atul.sh26@gmail.com, hodphysics@srmcem.ac.in

Dr. Atul Shukla is a Head of the Physics Department and Associate Profesor. He has been teaching in SRMGPC since July 2008. He completed his doctorate in field of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. He has published research papers in reputed journals. His areas of interest are Solid State Physics, Nuclear Physics and Space Sciences.


Faculty Profile :

Faculty Profile
Dr. Bhanu Dixit Ph.D (Physics)
Professor
Email: bhanu.dixit@hotmail.com

Dr. Bhanu Mani Dixit is a professor of Physics. He is associated with the college since it's inception in 2001. He has wide experience of teaching various courses related to physics and it's applications in engineering. He has done his PhD in Nuclear Physics from the University of Lucknow. His areas of interest include quantum mechanics, nuclear physics, real time systems and space sciences. He has organised many conferences of repute and published research papers in various national and international journals.

Dr Satish Chandra M. Sc., Ph. D. (Physics)
Associate Professor
Shri Ramswaroop Memorial Group of Professional Colleges
E-Mail: registrar@srmcem.ac.in, satishchand@srmcem.ac.in, satishchandra6999@gmail.com
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Dr. Satish Chandra is working at Shri Ramswaroop Memorial Group of Professional Colleges (SRMGPC) as an Associate Professor in the Department of Physics. He also works as the Registrar of the institute. Dr. Satish Chandra received his Ph.D. in Physics from University of Lucknow, Lucknow. His research work involves the Investigation of Molecular Structural, Vibrational and Energetic Data Analysis of some small molecules which are biologically and pharmaceutically important using quantum chemical methods mainly the Density Functional Theory. He has published more than 10 research papers in the referred journal of national and international repute. He has also participated in 5 international conferences.

Dr. Saiful Ansari M. Sc., Ph. D. (Physics)
Associate Professor
E-Mail: saufulsrm@gmail.Com
ORCID: http://0000000181192486

Dr. Saiful Ansari is associated with SRMCEM, Lucknow as an Associate professor. His area of research involves the Normal Mode Analysis Dispersion Curve and Heat Capacity as a function of temperature of polymers.

Dr. Garima Misra M. Sc. Ph. D. (Physics)
Assistant Professor
E-Mail:drgarimamisra@gmail.com
ORCID: http://0000000298722073

Dr. Garima Misra has been working as an Assistant Professor at SRMGPC, Lucknow in the Department of Physics, since 2007. She has published research papers in the field of X-Ray Spectroscopy in journals of high reputation and has participated in numerous national and international conferences/workshops/seminars and also faculty development programmes. She earned her Ph. D. from Lucknow University on the topic "Comparative Study of Various Systematisation Procedures used in X-Ray Spectra".

Dr. Preeti Porov M. Sc., Ph. D. (Physics) Assistant Professor
E-Mail:preetiabhas@gmail.com
ORCID: http://0000000260557658

Dr. Preeti Porov is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics at SRMGPC, Lucknow. She has done her doctorate in “Optical and Dielectric Properties of Pure and Dye Doped Liquid Crystals”. She has more than 12 years of teaching experience and has published/ presented research papers in reputed journals.

Mr. Amrendra Kumar Verma M. Sc. (Physics)
Assistant Professor
E-Mail:amrendbbk@gmail.com

Mr. Amrendra Kumar Verma is presently working as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Physics. He is presently pursuing Ph.D. in the field of Nuclear Physics from the University of Lucknow. He has presented paper in DAE Symposium at BARC, Mumbai. He has also participated in NDBD workshop at IIT Ropar. He has more than 10 years of teaching experience in subjects like: Engineering Physics - I, Engineering Physics - II and Laser System and Applications.

Mrs. Jewel Shukla M. Sc. (Physics)
Senior Lecturer
E-Mail: jewel.jewel.al@gmail.com
ORCID: http://0000000332795779

Mrs. Jewel Shukla has completed her Masters in Physics from Dr.R.M.L. Awadh University and is currently pursuing her Doctorate from Lucknow University in the field of X-Rays. She has been working in Department of Physics, since 2012. She has taught various courses including Laser Systems and Universal Human Values along with courses of Physics.

Mr. Abhishek Khare M. Sc. (Physics)
Senior Lecturer
E-Mail: khareabhishek88@gmail.com

Mr. Abhishek Khare is presently working as a senior lecturer in the Department of Physics and has 7 years of teaching experience. He has completed his M.Sc. with specialization in Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy from Banaras Hindu University (U.P.), in 2012. He is presently pursuing Ph.D. from University of Lucknow, (U.P.) in the field of computational quantum chemistry. His area of interests include Quantum Physics, Relativity, Laser, Electrodynamics and Optical Fibre.

Engineering Physics Lab


ABOUT PHYSICS LAB

In Physics Lab we provide an opportunity for the students to develop understanding and rational thought process. Every experiment is designed to illustrate the various phenomena in different areas of physics and help the students to get expertise in learning to use various instruments. The Physics lab is well equipped with instruments. The lab has been set up for 10 experiments as per the AKTU curriculum

In this lab every student is given a lab work book which is written keeping in view the difficulty faced by the students while performing these experiments. Students find the workbook useful in performing the experiments as the procedure is written in such a way that it instructs the students step by step.

S. No. Name of the Experiment Type of Experiment Course Outcome(CO) Average Time of Completion (in minutes)**
1 Determination of wavelenght of monochromatic light by Newton’sRing Setup Based 1 100
2 Determination of Specific Rotation of cane sugar solution using bi-quartz polarimeter Setup Based 1 80
3 Determination of wavelenght of spectral lines of merury using plane transmission grating Setup Based 1 100
4 Determination of focal length of two lenses by nodal slide and verification of formula
1/ F =1/ f1 + 1 / f2- x/ f1 f2
Setup Based 1 70
5 Determination of value of ‘g’ and the moment of inertia of a bar about center of gravity by means of a compound pendulum Setup Based 5 110
6 To determine resistance per unit length and specific resistance of a given resistance using Carey Foster's Bridge Setup Based 4 100
7 Verification of Stefan’s law using vacuum diode EZ-81 KIT 3 60
8 Determination of energy band gap of a semiconductor Setup Based 2 100
9 To calibrate the given ammeter and voltmeter by potentiometer. Setup Based 4 100
10 Determination of variation of magnetic field along the axis of current carrying coil and then to estimate the radius of coil Setup Based 4 100

List of Experiments and Main Equipments used in Physics Lab

S. No. Name of the Experiment Main Equipments Used
1 Newton’s Ring Traveling Microscope, Sodium Lamp
2 Polarimeter Bi Quartz Polarimeter,MercuryLamp
3 Diffraction Grating Spectrometer,Grating. MercuryLamp
4 Nodal Slide Nodal Slide Assembly,Convex Lens
5 Compound Pendulum Compound Pendulum,Telescope
6 Carey Foster Bridge Carey Foster Bridge Carey Foster Bridge,Galvanometer
7 Stefan's Law VacuumDiode EZ 81
8 Energy Band Gap p-n junction diode
9 Potentiometer Potentiometer
10 Variation of Magnetic Field Galvanometer, Commutator, compass box