The vision of department is to excel in the field of teaching and research by developing a zeal of theoretical and practical knowledge among the students. The department is committed to provide quality education to the students along with the practical knowledge. Along with the regular completion of the course, the department is organizing several activities like workshops, seminars, expert lectures, quizzes, role plays etc. for the students, which are very useful for them in dealing with difficult topics of the syllabus easily and in a simple and interesting manner. Students are also being given the mini projects in the form of working model of various instruments, educational charts, article-writing on recent scientific and technological topics etc. The Laboratory of the department is equipped with various advanced experiments related to lasers, optical fibers, mechanics, optics, thermodynamics, electronics and material science.
Department is having well experienced and learned faculties. Apart from this few faculties are pursuing research work in various topics such as material science, bio physics and nanostructures. In last 3 years the faculty members have published around 52 research papers in national and international journals.
Medi-Caps Group Group of Institution
Dr. Abbas Ali Koser
Education: M Sc., PhD
Prof. A. A Koser has been a pillar of Engineering Physics department since 2000. Apart from heading the physics department, he is also Controller of Examinations of Medi-Caps University. He is a popular teacher among the students. Dr. Koser has completed his Bachelorâ€™s degree in Electronics and Physics in 1993 from Holkar science college, Indore and Masterâ€™s degree in Applied Physics in 1995 from SGSTTS, Indore. Due to his keen interest in nanophysics, he completed his Ph. D on â€œEvolution of femtosecond pulses in Quantum well waveguide structuresâ€ under the guidance of Prof. P. K Sen, retired Professor (SGSITS). He has attended several International and National conferences. Till date, he has published around 50 research papers and also has authored two books on Engineering Physics. He has guided four students for their M. Tech. Nanotechnology project. He is also contributing in the research of nano physics by guiding two candidates for their Ph. D. Work.
|Dr. Abbas Ali Koser||HOD||M Sc., PhD||22|
|Dr. Malyaj Das||Assistant Professor||M.Sc., Ph. D.||13|
|Dr. Mohd Shakil Qureshi||Assistant Professor||M. Sc., Ph. D.||13|
|Dr. P Hari Krishna||Assistant Professor||M. Sc., M. Phil., Ph.D.||9|
|Mr. Anand Yadav||Assistant Professor||M.Sc. M. Phil. M. Tech, (Ph. D. Pursuing)||10|
|Ms.Pooja Narwat||Assistant Professor||B.Sc(Hons.) in Physics, M.Sc.(Physics), M.Tech.(Instrumentation) CSIR NET and GATE qualified||9 Years|
|Ms. Bhawna Kshirsagar||Assistant Professor||M.Sc. (Ph. D. Pursuing)||7|
|Ms. Mala Mangwani||Assistant Professor||M.Sc. (Ph. D. Pursuing)||7.9|
|Ms. Hasina Adil||Assistant Professor||M.Sc., M.Tech. (Ph. D. Pursuing)||12.5|
B.Tech. Physics Laboratory:
Department of Physics has two well equipped laboratories for B.Tech. students. The laboratories consist of several apparatus based on the principles of mechanics, laser, oscillations, acoustics etc. This helps students to have a clear insight into the theories and laws in physics. Apart from the laboratories optic based apparatus are kept in separate dark room. The students are asked to perform
the experiments individually with a focus to understand the working of the equipments. Apart from the regular practicals, the students are involved in making mini projects in the laboratory based on their curriculum.
Department is successfully running B. Sc. Physics laboratory. The laboratory consists of different equipments of thermodynamics, mechanics, electrodynamics and optics. Different types of pendulum such as bar, torsional, disc etc are also available in this lab. The apparatus enlights the basic ideas of physics for science students. Apart from the regular practicals, the students are encouraged for making mini projects in the laboratories based on their curriculum.
Department of Physics is successfully running Diploma physics lab which consist of various equipments of mechanics, surface tension, sound, optics, laser, transfer of heat, semiconductor etc. The apparatus gives students to learn the general concepts of physics.
The department of Physics has a well developed research lab for both the faculty and students to do research in various streams of material and nano physics. There are various equipments such as magnetic stirrer, heating mantle, centrifuge machine etc for synthesis of nonmaterials. Also it is equipped with various advanced equipments such as spin coater, UV- VIS spectrophotometer, optical microscope, four probe setup, Hall effect setup etc for various analysis of synthesized nanomaterials.
In addition to the central library, the department has its own library which has around 100 reference books, mini Projects reports and old question papers for reference to students and staff members.
Department of physics had conducted departmental faculty development program (DFDP) during 8-12 January 2018 in Physics Lab on general topics as well as concepts of physics. This activities enhances the knowledge of faculty members.
Name of Faculty
Dr. Abbas Ali Koser
How to make Lectures effective
Dr. Malyaj Das
Fibre Optic Communication
Dr. Mohd. Shakil Qureshi
Introduction to Quantum Computer
Dr. P. Hari Krishna
Importance of Basic Physics at University Level Teaching
Mr. Anand Yadav
Metal Oxide - Structure & Application
Department of physics had conducted institute level faculty development program (DFDP) on 17 January 2018 in Physics Lab on different Ph. D. research topics. This will enhanced research skills of our faculty members
Name of Faculty
Ms. Bhawna Kshirsagar
Effect of group velocity dispersion (GVD) on pulse propagation in an optical fiber
Ms. Hasina Adil
Sleep monitoring system
Ms. Mala Mangwani
X-ray absorption spectroscopy
Ms. Resmi S P
Mr. Anand Yadav
Structure and Raman analysis of Ferrites
Department has conducted Physics Quiz Competition for B. Tech. I year students. The preliminary round held on 27th October 2017. In this event, 150 students participated in a Mock Test, in which 24 students were selected for the final round. On 27 November 2017 the final round was held and prize money were distributed by Dr. A.A. Koser to the winners.
Department has also organized an Expert Lecture on “Laser and Fiber Optics” on 21 September 2017 by Dr. P. K. Sen, Prof, Applied Physics Department, SGSITS, Indore in Medi-Caps University, Indore. The aim of this expert lecture is to provide a deep understanding to the Students on Laser and Fiber Optics.
The department has organized a one day workshop on “Nanoscience and Nanotechnology” on 30 March 2017. The conference was organized with the partial financial support from Indian Asscociation of Physics Teachers (IAPT) and Medi-Caps University, Indore.