Physics

BACKGROUND OF THE DEPARTMENT

The journey of the Department of Physics of Ananda Mohan College was initiated way back in 1961 in concurrence with the emergence of the independent existence of the college. Being the department of an undergraduate college it offers undergraduate pass and Honours courses. The untiring effort of our senior colleagues culminated in the introduction of Honours course in the department on 2002. Within a couple of years a modern laboratory comprising of sophisticated instruments and computers meant mostly for honours students was set up for the betterment of teaching learning process. At present the most sincere endeavor of a group of young energetic teachers together with a number of experienced senior teachers is going on for further development of the department.

FACULTY MEMBERS

 

Sukla Chakraborty

Head of the Department
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
E-mail: sukla.amc[at]gmail[dot]com

 

Dr.  Pradip Datta

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
E-mail: pdatta.ehp[at]gmail[dot]com

Ph.D. Thesis Title: High Spin spectroscopy of Neutron Rich Nuclei in Mass 100 region.

Specialization: Nuclear Physics.

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

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Kuntal Das

ASSOCIATE GRADE GLI
E-mail: kuntaldas15b[at]gmail[dot]com

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Dr. Mili Das

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
E-mail: mili.snowflakes[at]gmail[dot]com

Ph. D. Thesis Title: Investigation of interaction potential for loosely bound nuclei at near barrier energies.

Specialization: Experimental Low Energy Nuclear Reaction.

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Dr. Arijit Ghosh

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
E-mail: aghoshiitkgp07[at]gmail[dot]com

Ph. D. Thesis Title: Structural, dielectric and magnetic properties of some promising multiferroic oxides.

Specialization: Experimental Solid State Physics.

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Soma Chakraborty

PTT
E-mail: somac169[at]gmail[dot]com

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Research Projects Undertaken:

 

Dr. Pradip Datta, Assistant Professor completed a UGC funded Minor research project entitled “Role of Shears mechanism in generating high spin states in moderately deformed nuclei in mass-100 and 130 region” and received financial assistance of Rs. 1,77,000/- [2011-2013].

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