DR. B R AMBEDKAR NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNIT JALANDHAR
Department of Physics
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-Dr. Harleen Dahiya
HOD
Dept. of Physics






Introduction

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The Department of Physics started in 1989 at the erstwhile REC, Jalandhar. Originally oriented towards teaching undergraduate (B.Tech.) students, the department has come a long way since – today the department in addition runs M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs.

The department strives to emerge as a premier centre of Physics education and research across the country. Our research is organized within the general areas of Condensed Matter Physics, High Energy Physics, Nuclear Physics and Plasma Physics. We have an even split of theoreticians and experimentalists, with experimental research in Radiation Physics, Thin Films, Liquid Crystals and theoretical research in Laser-Plasma Interactions, High Energy Physics, Condensed Matter Physics and Nuclear Physics.


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Faculty
Congratulations to Dr. Harleen Dahiya, Associate Professor, Department of Physics, NIT Jalandhar and her student Ms. Satvir Kaur on the publication of their recent article.
Congratulations to Dr Praveen Malik, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, NIT Jalandhar and his student Ms. Yadav on the publication of their recent article.
Congratulations to Dr Rohit Mehra, Associate Professor, Department of Physics, NIT Jalandhar and his students Ms Sarabjot Arneja and Ms Poorvi Maheshwari on the publication of their recent article.
JRF position for DAE- BRNS funded project “Analytical and Numerical Study of Black Holes in Strong Gravity Regime” (58/14/25/2019-BRNS).
Online workshop on "Use of LaTeX in typesetting technical documents" from 31/08/2020 to 04/09/2020.
International Symposium on Semiconductor Materials and Devices (ISSMD-2020)" from 31/10/2020 to 02/11/2020.
"Sayonara 2020" Virtual Farewell Party for Passing out M Sc students
Feedback/ e-certificate/YouTube Video Link of Webinar on "Future of Quantum Computing"
e-certificate download link for the webinar on Neutrino The Nobel Connection
Feedback Form for Webinar on Neutrino The Nobel Connection
Guidelines to attend the Webinars
Physical Science Society of Department of Physics, NIT Jalandhar is organizing a webinar on " *Future of Quantum Computing* " by Prof. Arvind (IISER Mohali) scheduled on JUNE, 22 2020; 11:00 am. Click for registration.
Physical Science Society of Department of Physics, NIT Jalandhar organizes a webinar on " Neutrinos: The Nobel Connection " by Prof. Srubabati Goswami (PRL Ahmedabad) scheduled on JUNE, 19 2020; 11:00 am.
Congratulations to Dr Abhinav Pratap Singh, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, NIT Jalandhar and his student Mr Yogesh Kumar on the publication of their recent article.
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Congratulations Chanchal Charan and Smita MSc-1 student for selection in Vigyan Vidhushi (VV) programme organised by TIFR Mumbai
Congratulations to Dr Arvind Kumar, Assistant Professor and Dr Harleen Dahiya, Associate Professor, Department of Physics, NIT Jalandhar and their student Mr Harpreet Singh on the publication of their research recent article.
Congratulations to Dr Praveen Malik, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, NIT Jalandhar and co-authors on the publication of their recent research article.
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Physical Science Society congratulates the students for qualifying JEST and GATE examinations with flying colours.
Short Term Course "CANeuPA2020" scheduled to be held on April 3- 7, 2020 has been postponed till further notice.
An educational trip is being organized by department of Physics at RRCAT Indore from 01/03/2020.
Science Day Celebration on 28/02/2020
Dr Maitreyee Saha Sarkar (Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata) delivered an expert talk on “Some interesting Nuclear Physics Experiments for Teaching Labs”.
PhD Viva-voce of Mr. Harleen Singh was conducted on 26/02/2019
Physical Science Society NITJ is going to celebrate its Annual Day and a sports meet is also being organized by the society on 24/02/2020. All are invited to this event.
A workshop of one week duration (18/05/2020 to 22/05/2020) on "Use of Latex in typesetting technical documents" will be organised by department of Physics.
Weblink of Short Term Course "CANeuPA2020"
"Rethink Your Drink" a beautiful article by MSc. Students Ms. Chanchal Charan.
Physical Science Society of NIT Jalandhar congratulates CSIR-UGC-NET-JRF December 2019 Physics exam qualifiers and wishes them good luck!
A talk on "Understanding the Action" in monthly Lecture Series by M.Sc student Hari Prashad
Open house viva-voce examination of the following Ph D Research Scholar of Department of Physics will be conducted on Feb. 04, 2020 Tuesday at 11.30 am in the Physics Department.
TEQIP sponsored Short Term Course (STC) on "Current Aspects of Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics" will be organised by the department of Physics NIT Jalandhar from 03/04/2020 to 07/04/2020 (One week duration).
Expert lecture on "Looking for Atomic Hydrogen in Distant Galaxies" by Prof. Jasjeet Singh Bagla (Department of Physical Sciences, IISER Mohali) at Room no. 211, Department of Physics on 31/01/2020 at 11:30 am.
A talk on "Importance of Vector" in monthly Lecture Series by M.Sc student Hansa Upreti
A research paper on "Analysis of pseudoscalar and scalar D mesons and charmonium decay width in hot magnetized asymmetric nuclear matter" by Rajesh kumar and Arvind Kumar
Weblink for STC on Advanced Functional Materials
Short Term Course on "Advanced Functional Materials" (30th December 2019 to 3rd January 2020)
A research paper on "Possibility of ρ meson condensation in neutron stars: Unified approach of chiral SU(3) model and QCD sum rules" by Shivam and Arvind Kumar
A researcher paper on"Charmonia and bottomonia in asymmetric magnetized hot nuclear matter" by Rajesh Kumar and Arvind Kumar
A research paper on Assessment of radiological impacts of natural radionuclides and radon exhalation rate measured in the soil samples of Himalayan foothills of Uttarakhand, India by Km. Anamika, R. Mehra and P. Malik.
A Research Paper on Study of kaon structure using the light-cone quark model by Satvir Kaur and Harleen Dahiya
An article "The Communal Divergence" by PhD student Rajesh Takhi
Open house Pre-Submission Seminar of PhD Research Scholar Km. Anamika on "Study of Natural Radionuclides and their Impact on the Environment of Haridwar and Dehradun Districts of Uttarakhand, India" on Oct 03 2019
Notification regarding revision of rates of Assistantship for Ph.D Research Scholars
Meet our exceptional Web development Team
Peer Discussion on HEP at 05:30 PM, Every Monday
An Extraordinary article "Darling Depression" by Ms. SarabJot Kaur