|Sl.||Name of the Faculty||Educational Qualifications||Specialization||Designation|
|1||Tapas Mitra||M Sc., Ph.D.||Condensed Matter Theory||Associate Professor|
|2||Kaushik Nandi (HOD) *||M Sc., M.Tech, Ph.D.||Solid State Physics||Associate Professor|
|3||Ruma Ray||M Sc., Ph.D.||Electronics||Associate Professor|
|4||Pratip Bhattacharaya||M.Sc., Ph.D.||Statistical Mechanics||Assistant Professor|
|5||Biswajit Adhikary||M. Sc., Ph.D.||Cosmology & Particle Physics||Assistant Professor|
|6||Anirban Biswas||M.Sc., Ph.D.||Electronics||Assistant Professor|
|7||Sugata Chatterjee||M.Sc., B.Ed.||Condensed matter||Assistant Professor|
|8||Atri Ghoswami [PG]||M.Sc.||High Energy Physics||SACT-I (UNRESERVED) Less than 10 Years|
* Nodal Officer, AISHE & RUSA Coordinator
|Name of the Faculty||Topic||Click here|
|Kaushik Nandi (HOD) *||UG Sem IV:|
|Sugata Chatterjee||UG Sem II :
Electricity and Magnetism (Magnetic properties of matter)
UG Sem IV :
Elements of Modern Physics (Unit IV)
|1. Torques and Forces on magnetic dipoles
2. Basic idea about magnetism
4. Ferromagetism and Hysteresis
5. Hysteresis loss (and solution of assignment)1. Radioactive Decay
2. Q value and Nuclear fission
3. Nuclear fission
4. Nuclear Fission and Nuclear reactor
Research activity 2015-2018
|Sl.||Type of publication from the Department||Number|
|1||Full length Paper||6|
|2||Completed Research Project (Major)||1|
|3||Ongoing Research Project Minor||1|
Students’ Seminar: A Students’ Seminar was organized on 26.03.2018 on the following topics- Topic:
1.Why the method of separation of variables works in solving partial differential equations in Physics
2. How the concept of magnetic poles emerge in new formalism of teaching magnetostatics.
The speakers were Swagata Mallik for topic 1 and Kathika Das and Sayani Mitra for topic 2.
Wall magazine: Students prepare Wall magazines on various topics related to Physics.
Dr. Ruma Ray was invited to present a paper in the National Conference on Solid State Ionics (NCSSI-12) held in Birla Institute of Technology & Science (BITS), Pilani, Rajasthan in Dec, 2017.
Post Graduate PHYSICS
Gurudas College is one of the two non-Government colleges affiliated to Calcutta University offering post-graduate course in Physics. This course started in the academic session 2017-18. At present, this department has seven full time and three guest teachers offering their expertise in the day-to-day functioning of the department. We offer two different specializations namely Condensed Matter Physics and High Energy Physics in the final year. In the present academic session, there are 32 students in the post-graduate section.
Admission Criteria: Minimum 55% in Hons. in Physics (50% in case of SC/ST/PWD candidates).