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Debasish Aich

Assistant Professor
The Department of Physics, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.Sc.
Knowledge : Solid State Physics (M.Sc); Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (Ph.D).
Year Of Experience : 15 years


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Jyotirmoy Pramanik

Associate Professor
The Department of Physics, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.Sc.,M.Tech.,Ph.D
Knowledge : Particle Physics (M.Sc); Plasma Physics (Ph.D)
Year Of Experience : 14 years & 4 months


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Tanika Kar

Assistant Professor and Head
The Department of Physics, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.Sc.,Ph.D.
Knowledge : Solid State Physics (M.Sc); Experimental Condensed Matter Physics (Ph.D).
Year Of Experience : 10 years & 9 months


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Dr. Ritwik Saha

Assistant Professor
The Department of Physics, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.Sc, Ph.D Post Doctoral Fellow in TIFR, Mumbai (2012-2014)
Knowledge : Solid State Physics (M.Sc); Condensed Matter Physics (Ph.D)
Year Of Experience : 6 months as Assist. Prof. & 2 yrs


Parbati Basu

Guest Teacher
The Department of Physics, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.Sc. Pursuing Ph.D from V.U.
Knowledge : Snanoscience and Nanotechnology
Year Of Experience : 3 years 4 months


Sandip Dua

Guest Teacher
The Department of Physics, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.Sc., B.Ed.
Knowledge : Solid State Physics
Year Of Experience : 2 years 1 month.


Ayan Kanti Karan

Guest Teacher
The Department of Physics, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.Sc., B.Ed.
Knowledge : Solid State Physics.
Year Of Experience : 2 years 1 month


Sourav Das

Guest Teacher
The Department of Physics, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.Sc., B.Ed.
Knowledge : Solid State Physics
Year Of Experience : 2years 1 month.


Sambhu Ghosh

Guest Teacher
The Department of Physics, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.Sc., B.Ed.
Knowledge : Solid State Physics.
Year Of Experience : 5 months


Pankaj Patra

Guest Teacher
The Department of Physics, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.Sc., B.Ed.
Knowledge : Solid State Physics
Year Of Experience : 5 months.


Sri Rudra Narayan Mondal

Assistant Professor In Physics
Kharagpur College

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Dr. Bidyut Samanta

Principal Of Kharagpur College
The Department Of Physics , Kharagpur College

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Education : M.Sc.,M.Tech.,Ph.D.
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Formerly called natural philosophy, Physics is concerned with those aspects of nature which can be understood in a fundamental way in terms of elementary particles & laws. In the course of time, various specialized sciences broke away form physics to from autonomous fields of investigation but physics retained its original aim of understanding the structure of the natural world & explaining natural Phenomena. In every area, physics is characterizes not so much by its subject matter content as by the precision & depth of understanding which it seeks. Unlike other disciplines of science where phenomena are described & related in terms of restricted concepts peculiar to their own disciplines, physics always seeks to understand the same phenomena as a special manifestation of the underlying uniform structure of nature as whole.

The undergraduate course in physics pass was introduced under Calcutta University from the very year of establishment of this college. The physics (Hons) course was introduced in1974 under the same University.

The faculty consists of well qualified and outstanding scholars in various branches of physics. Many teachers of the department are engaged in research work, improving teaching methodology and various other academics activities.

The laboratory is spacious and well equipped. The intake capacity to the first year honours class is 45. At least five class test per paper for honours students and two class tests per paper for General student are being held in each academic session. Ten percent (%) weightage for class tests in each paper is considered in the University final examination. The honours students are encouraged to deliver seminar lectures on basic and interesting topics of Physics. The performance of the students of the department is highly satisfactory. The department has produced students of high merit, even having the records securing highest marks and Gold medal from the University. Many students of the department have become distinguished personalities in different academic, technical and administrative fields as well as in the field of research work. Time to time academic and cultural programs are organized by the department to develop the all round personality of the students. The students having sound base in Mathematics at the H.S. level are advised to take Physics Honours at the undergraduate level. Department ensures the academic help to the students both inside and outside the class hours & hence they are discouraged to take private tuitions and advised to attend the classes regularly.

Prospects: The department always has a keen interest in planning the future of the students. The department inspires the students to undergo through Post Graduate courses in different Indian Universities after getting B.Sc. (Hons.) degree. In addition to academic enhancement by doing M.Sc., they can build their career by switching over to technical education such as B.Tech in Calcutta/Jadavpur University, MCA in different Indian Universities. Those students who do not get chance for admission into PG course are often advised to appear for the test conducted by SSC. They get necessary help from our faculty for appearing in their examination. Moreover our faculty gives various information regarding employment opportunity and courses of study for better future.

BSc. Physics Honours

In Physics Honours intake capacity is 74. The General (subsidiary) Subjects are as (a) Mathematics (b) Chemistry/Computer Science. It takes 3 years to complete the course. Part – I at the end of 1st Academic year, Part – II at the end of 2nd Academic year and Part – III at the end of 3rd Academic year. Total of 800 marks in honours subjects, 600 in general papers and 150 in compulsory papers. The admission details can be viewed in this link.

B. Sc. General (Pure Science)

The subjects of B. Sc. General (Pure Science) are (a) Mathematics, physics, Chemistry (b) Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science (c) Mathematics, Economics, Computer Science (d) Mathematics, Economics, Geography, History/ Sociology/ Economics. Part – I at the end of 1st Academic year, Part – II at the end of 2nd Academic year and Part – III at the end of 3rd Academic year. Regarding marks total of 300 marks in Part-I, 600 marks in Part-II and 450 in part-III of which 150 are from compulsory subjects. The admission details can be viewed in this link.

B. Sc. General (Bio. Science)

The subjects of B. Sc. General (Bio. Science) are (a) Chemistry, Zoology, Botany (b) Zoology, Botany, Physiology. Part – I at the end of 1st Academic year, Part – II at the end of 2nd Academic year and Part – III at the end of 3rd Academic year. Regarding marks total of 300 marks in Part-I, 600 marks in Part-II and 450 in part-III of which 150 are from compulsory subjects. The admission details can be viewed in this link.


Journal Publication

  1. Collisionless nonlinear damping of dust acoustic waves due to dust charge fluctuations (7-15).ISSN 2348-2524

    Author : J.Pramanik
    Book : Indian Journal of Research in Multidisciplinary Studies ISSN 2348-2524.
    Year : 2014

  2. Long range temporal correlation in ion cyclotron oscillations under the influence the influence of an externally applied magnetic field in a dc glow discharge plasma.

    Author : J.Pramanik
    Book :
    Year : 2014

  3. Experimental observation of the behavior of cogenerated dusty plasma using a bipolar pulsed direct current power supply 024506 (1-4).ISSN: 1070-664X.

    Author : J.Pramanik
    Book : Physics of Plasmas.
    Year : 2013

  4. Spatio temporal evolution of dielectric driven cogenerated dust density waves 064502 (1-4).ISSN: 1070-664X.

    Author : J.Pramanik
    Book : Physics of Plasmas.
    Year : 2013

  5. Long range correlation and self organised critical behavior of dust cloud.ISBN: 978-93-82062-82-0.

    Author : J.Pramanik
    Book : Proceedings of 27th National Symposium on Plasma Science Technology, organized by Pondichery University, Puducherry.
    Year : 2012

  6. Biocompatibility study of protein capped and uncapped silver nanoparticles on human hemoglobin 235305. Online ISSN: 1361-6463 Print ISSN: 0022-3727.

    Author : Debasish Aich
    Book : Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, Volume 48, Number 23.
    Year : 2014

  7. Sansad Byaboharik Padarthovidya.

    Author : Dr. Tanika Kar
    Book : Sansad Byaboharik Padarthovidya (978-81-922233-3-9).
    Year : 2013

  8. Uchhomadhyamik Byaboharik Padarthovidya.

    Author : Dr. Tanika Kar
    Book : Uchhomadhyamik Byaboharik Padarthovidya (978-81-922233-8-4).
    Year : 2012

  9. Room temperature inverse magnetocaloric effect in Pd substituted Ni50Mn37Sn13 Heusler alloys.Page: 263-266.(ISSN: 0921-4526).

    Author : Ritwik Saha
    Book : Physica B: Condensed Matter Volume: 448.
    Year : 2014

  10. Magnetoresistance of bismuth in bulk and thin film forms.Page: 1400-1402.(ISSN: 0094-243X) E-ISSN: 1551-7616.

    Author : Ritwik Saha
    Book : AIP Conference Proceedings Volume: 1591.
    Year : 2014

  11. Spin correlations and magnetic order in Co-Ga alloys: A comprehensive study.Page: 1011-1018.(ISSN: 0925-8388).

    Author : Ritwik Saha
    Book : Journal of Alloys and Compounds Volume: 649.
    Year : 2014

  12. Low temperature magnetic and electrical transport behavior of Co58.5Ga41.5 alloy.Page: 110010-1 -3.(ISSN: 0094-243X E-ISSN: 1551-7616).

    Author : Ritwik Saha
    Book : AIP Conference Proceedings Volume: 1447.
    Year : 2014

  13. Anomalous Magnetic and Electrical Transport Behavior in Intermetallic Co58.5Ga41.5 Page: 1001104-1-4 (ISSN: 0018-9464).

    Author : Ritwik Saha
    Book : IEEE Transaction on Magnetics, Volume: 51, No. 11.
    Year : 2014

  14. Enhanced non-metallic behavior on the verge of magnetic instability in Fe2V1-xNbxAl Heusler alloys. Page: 1071-1079.(ISSN: 0304-8853 E-ISSN: 1873-4766).

    Author : Ritwik Saha
    Book : Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. Volume: 324.
    Year : 2012

  15. Observation of magnetic cluster phase above Curie temperature in Fe2CrAl Heusler alloy.(ISSN: ISSN: 0304-8853) E-ISSN: 1873-4766.

    Author : Ritwik Saha
    Book : Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials.
    Year : 2012

  16. Electronic properties of Fe2Cr1-xVxAl heusler alloys.Page: 1189-1190.(ISSN: 0094-243X) E-ISSN: 1551-7616.

    Author : Ritwik Saha
    Book : AIP Conference Proceedings Volume: 1447.
    Year : 2012