The first and foremost objective of studying Physics is to identify the fundamental laws concealed within a natural phenomenon and involve them in establishing facts for newer & exciting inventions that form the very ambit of engineering .
The Department of Physics at Bharat Institute of Technology makes persistent endeavours to help its extra inquisitive learners attain deep insights into this ever happening discipline and the requisite expertise for new ventures by dint of quality teaching,experimental activities in its ultra modern labs and freedom of enunciating innovative thoughts at their disposal for research work following the international conventions. The Department takes special pride in its richly experienced and devoted galaxy of teachers who are always there to contribute their mites towards excellence in all academic activities on the campus.
The Department attaches due importance to the age old principle of learning by doing, specially in the field of engineering, wherein first hand experiences are absolutely indispensable. Keeping in view this vital objective, the physics laboratories are meticulously equipped with latest instruments catering to the needs of undergraduate students, who enjoy the thrills of self exploration during highly absorbing sessions therein.
There has been a paradigm shift in teaching maxims these days, therefore, participation in various national and international conferences is a routine feature within the department. Publishing papers on different topics being globally pondered over is a most cherished pursuit of each and every faculty member. The ongoing research work in the domains of nanomaterials, thin films and programme codes stands testimony to their acumen and zest for expanding mental horizons.
Prof M. K. Bansal
Presently he is working as Professor& Head, Department of Physics. He joined the institute in Aug. 2002.He completed his Post Graduation from Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee in the year 1994. After that he joined full time PhD in the department of Physics IIT Roorkee as JRF & SRF (UGC scholarship through GATE). He obtained his Doctoral degree in the year 2000. He joined Shobhit Institute of Engineering & Technology, Meerut in Oct 2000 and worked there up to July 2002. He has published 10 research papers in reputed journals and presented 15 research papers in various International and National conferences & seminars.
He was a member of board of studies (BOS) Physics MTU , Noida and he was also an expert for RDC faculty of Applied Sciences (Physics) MTU Noida. He is actively involved in teaching Engineering Physics to Under Graduate students.
Following papers were published by the faculty members -
1.“Growth and characterization of tin selenide ﬁlms synthesized by low cost technique for photovoltaic device applications”.
Vipin Kumar, Pravin Kumar, S. Yadav , Virendra Kumar , M. K. Bansal, D. K. Dwivedi, J. Mater. Sci: Mater Electron (2016 )27, 4043-4049.
2. "Pressure dependent viscosity and free volume of activation in hydrocarbons and other liquids". Piyush Kuchhal, Manoj Bansal Int J Chem Tech Res (2015)6, 5503-5509 .
3. "Influence of sintering temperature on optical, structure and electrical properties of screen-printed CdZnS films". Vipin Kumar, Manoj Bansal Appl. Sci Letts 2015, 1, 86-89.
4. “Thermally Stimulated Currents Technique to Study Traps in Insulators and Semiconductors”, Sarish Yadav, Sudhir K. Sharma, Ashok Kumar. IJAP, vol. (11), no. (2), April-June 2015, pp. 3-12.
5.“Effect of exposure of light on density of defect state in Se96Bi4Glassy Alloys”.Krishna Ji Shukla, S.Yadav, R.K.Shukla, A.Kumar, Journal of Applied Physical Science International, 01/2015; 4(1):2395-5279.
6. “Challenges & opportunities in fabrication of transparent superhydrophobic surfaces”. R. K. Gupta, Pravin Kumar & et al. Current Nanoscience (2016)
7. “Optimization condition of grafting of polyvinlidene fluoride film by methyl-2- methylpropenoate using benzoyl peroxide as initiator”, Pravin Kumar, Rajeev K. Gupta ,IJESRR, Volume 2, Issue 4 Aug.2015 pp 19-28.
8.“Variation of contact angle with grafting parameters for pure water on polyvinylidne fluoride film”. Pravin Kumar, Rajeev K. Gupta , IIJERMT ,Volume 2 Issue-4 JULY 2015 pp 199-204.
Mr. Pravin Kumar, Assistant Professor has successfully completed his PHD under the guidance of Dr. Rajeev K. Gupta Associate Professor, Department of Physics University of Petroleum and energy studies Dehradun. He has published two international, two national papers and presented two papers in conferences during his research work.
After the completion of this course, a successful student will have a good understanding and knowledge of engineering Physics. A student will develop skills of critical appraisal and will be able to apply relevant scientific principles in solving real world engineering problems.
-Gratings & Prisms
-Mercury & Sodium Light Source with Transfarmer
-Nodal Slide Assembly
-Carry Foster’s Bridge
-Viscosity (Poiseuille’s Method) Apparatus
-Fiber Holder & He-Ne Laser,1m Multimode Fiber
-Energy Bandgap Setup
-Stefan’s Law Setup
-Ultrasonics (Complete Setup)
-Ballistic Galvanometer (Leakage Method, Complete Setup)
-Newton’s Ring Assembly
-Biquartz & Half shade Polarimeter
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