National Institute Of Technology,Kurukshetra

Department of Physics regularly organize lectures, National Conferences and short-term courses to motivate young minds and to discuss frontline research problems with leading academicians and scientists in their respective fields. Every year, Department of Physics celebrates National Science Day to mark the discovery of the Raman Effect by Indian physicist Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman on February 28, 1928.

Glimpse of National Conference on Nanoscience and Instrumentation Technology (NCNIT-2017), 05-06 March, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

National Science Day Celebration

February 28, 2017

 

A quiz contest based on basic science and Technology and general awareness was organised for B. Tech and. M. Tech. students. Total 62 students have participated in the contest. On the basis of the merit of the students total six students were awarded three cash prizes (Ist, IInd, and IIIrd). A book on Prof. Raman life is also distributed to the students. A portrait of Prof. Raman was unveiled by Honourable Director of the Institute Dr. Satish Kumar.

Detail of some of the previous events is as follows:

S. No.

Event

Date

1

5th National Conference on

Nanoscience and Instrumentation Technology

March 05-06 2017

2

4th National Conference on

Nanoscience and Instrumentation Technology

June 04-05, 2016.

3

One week Short Term Course on

Emerging Materials: Synthesis and Characterization

June 06-11, 2016

4

One week Short Term Course on

Advanced Materials and Characterization

June 08-12, 2015.

5

3rd National Conference on

Nanoscience and Instrumentation Technology

June 06-07, 2015

6

2nd National Conference in

Nanomaterials & Instrumentation

March 9-10, 2014

7

Expert lecture on Nanotechnology

January 13, 2013

8

Self-financed Short Term Course on

Nanomaterials: Synthesis and Characterization

March 11-15, 2014

9

One week short term course on

Emerging materials: Characterization and applications

June 13-17, 2014

 

ACHIEVEMENTS

  1. Best oral paper presentation awarded to Chetna Narula and R.P. Chauhan for paper presented on “Ion-beam-induced variation in the properties of Cadmium Selenate Nanowires” in the 19th National Conference on Solid State Nuclear Track Detectors and Their Applications (SSNTDs-19)(November 19-21, 2015), organized by Department of Physics, NIT Jalandhar.
  2. Best poster presentation awarded to Ritika Chaudhary & R.P. Chauhan for paper presented on “Study of the structural and optical properties of CdSe thin films” in the 19th National Conference on Solid State Nuclear Track Detectors and Their Applications (SSNTDs-19)(November 19-21, 2015), organized by Department of Physics, NIT Jalandhar.
  3. S. K. Agarwal Memorial Best Poster award given to Fiheon Imroze and Awnish K. Tripathi for Organic Light Emitting Field Effect Transistor: Simulational Study of Possible Device Configurations for Efficient Light Emission”, awarded by Society for Semiconductor Devices, in the 18th International Workshop on the Physics of Semiconductor Devices held at Indian Institute of Science Bangalore-560012 during 07-09 December 2015.
  4. Dr. J.K. Quamara chaired a session at International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Technology, Sydney ( Australia) , 16-17, December, 2014
  5. Dr. J. K. Quamara was awarded the Excellent Oral Presentation Certificate in the “2nd International Conference on Material Science and Engineering Technology (ICMSET-2013)” at London, UK, November 16.17, 2013.

NIT Kurukshetra is one of the premier technical institutes of the country. Founded in 1963 as Regional Engineering College Kurukshetra, the institute was rechristened as National Institute of Technology on June 26, 2002.