Department of Physics

The Department of Physics came into existence in the year 2018. Since its commencement, the Department has been imparting quality education at UG and PG levels and conducting advanced research in front line areas of physics with a major focus on Solid State/Condensed Matter Physics/Materials Science so that the students of this region get academically benefited on par with any leading national or international institutions. In spite of several financial constraints, basic infrastructural facilities for advanced level research in the abovementioned frontline areas have been created. This helps the students in this department get extensive exposure to research activities on par with those at the national or international level. The sincere and dedicated efforts of the faculty members over the years played a key role in creating a conducive atmosphere for quality education and research in physics. The students who passed out from this department made their identities known by obtaining distinctive positions in national as well as international arenas. This has subsequently earned a high academic reputation worldwide.

Program Outcomes(B.Sc.)

 PO-1: Knowledge and Problem Solving Acquire in-depth scientific knowledge of their discipline both in theory and practical, demonstrate basic skills, investigate, apply and solve the problems in a variety of contexts related to science and technology.
 PO-2: Communication and Teamwork - Develop skills to communicate effectively to diverse platforms and contribute meaningfully to different capacities as a leader, team member or individual.
 PO-3: Modern tools and techniques for Scientific Experiments – Apply modern tools and techniques to carry out scientific experiments accurately, record, analyze and predict the result for valid conclusion with clear understanding of limitations.
 PO-4: Logical thinking: Develop logical thinking and expertise with precision, analytical mind, innovative thinking, clarity of thought, and systematic approach for proving or disproving the facts after mathematical formulation. with precision, analytical mind, innovative thinking, clarity of thought, expression, and systematic approach
 PO-5: Skill development and Employability: develop elementary computing and soft skills toprepare students for industry, entrepreneurship and higher education with precision, analytical mind, innovative thinking, clarity of thought, expression, and systematic approach.
 PO-6: Ethics and citizenship: Able to recognize different value systems and ethical principles; and commit to professional ethics, norms, and responsibilities of the science practice and act with informed awareness to participate in civic life activities.
 PO-7: Society, Environment and Sustainability: Enhance ability to elicit views of others and understand the impact of various solutions in the context of societal, economic, health, legal, safety and environment for sustainable development.
 PO-8: Life-long learning: Acquire fundamental knowledge for lifelong learning to participate in the extensive context of socio-technological change as a self-directed member and a leader.

Programme Specific Outcomes(B.Sc.)

 PSO-1:Students will demonstrate proficiency in mathematics and the mathematical concepts needed for a proper understanding of physics.
 PSO-2: Students will demonstrate knowledge of classical mechanics, electromagnetism and modern physics and be able to apply this knowledge to analyze a variety of physical phenomena.
 PSO-3: Students will show that they have learned laboratory skills, enabling them to take measurements in a physics laboratory and analyze the measurements to draw valid conclusions.
 PSO-4: Students will be capable of oral and written scientific communication and will prove that they can think critically and work independently.
 PSO-5: Students will gain basics of modern physics.

Program Outcomes(M.Sc.)

 PO-1: Disciplinary knowledge-Attain profound knowledge in Discipline with advanced concepts in science & technology to design the methodology suitable to the problem encountered and ability to apply the knowledge to solve real-life problems.
 PO-2: Research Skills- Attain Research Skills to analyze problems, formulate a hypothesis, evaluate, and validate results with the help of advanced tools and technology, and draw a logical conclusion.
 PO-3: Communication: Able to present scientific and technical information with clarity, conciseness, and correct manner in both oral and written presentation.
 PO-4: Leadership Skills: Ability to demonstrate leadership and work collaboratively as a part of a team in multidisciplinary settings.
 PO-5: Ethics: Attain the relevant knowledge and skills to identify unethical behavior and truthful actions in all aspects and demonstrate standard professional ethics in the discipline concerned.
 PO-6: : Lifelong Learning: Ability to seek new knowledge and skills and inculcate the habit of self-learning throughout life and adapting to contemporary demands of workplace.

Programme Specific Outcomes(M.Sc.)

 PSO-1:Understanding the epistemological source of knowledge in Mathematical physics, Classical & Statistical Mechanics, Solid State Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Computer Programming, Nuclear and particle physics, Electrodynamics together with their applications in solving complex scientific problems in different related areas.
 PSO-2: Understandthe philosophy of fundamental and advanced level knowledge in the fields of material science, laser and photonics, Electronics, and Communication Electronics together with their applications in materials processing for advanced applications.
 PSO-3: Prepare the students to pursue research careers, careers in academics, in industries in physical science and develop knowledge to identify the problems and enable them for critical thinking.
 PSO-4: Students will understand communication, interpersonal skills, and listening skills and make the students aware of the professional ethics of the industry, and prepare them with basic soft skills essential for working in community and professional teams.

PO, PSO and CO

PO, PSO and CO - B.Sc.(Physics)

PO, PSO and CO - M.Sc.(Physics)

PO, PSO and CO - Ph.D.


S.No. Course Name Duration Subject Seats Eligibilty Admission Procedure
1 B.Sc. (Hons.) 3 Years Physics 60 Minimum 55% in 12th Percentage Basis
2 M.Sc 2 Years Physics 20 Minimum 55% in B.Sc. (Hons.) Percentage Basis
3 Ph. D. -- Solid State Physics : (Solid State Ionic Material, luminescent Materials) As per the UGC Norms Minimum 55% in M. Sc Through Entrance Exam


S. NO Name of Scholarship Eligibility % in class 12th * / 10th # / Graduation @ Scholarship Amount in (Rs)
BTech BBA / BCom(Hons) B.Sc. (Hons.) M. Sc.@ Diploma#
1 Shri OP Jindal Scholarship for Boys 90.01% & above 75000 55000 15000 10000 15000
2 85.01% & 90% 50000 35000 12000 8000 10000
3 80.01% to 85% 40000 25000 10000 6000 7500
4 Smt. Savitri Devi Jindal Scholarship for Girls 90.01% & above 75000 55000 15000 10000 15000
5 85.01% & 90% 50000 35000 12000 8000 10000
6 80.01% to 85% 40000 25000 10000 6000 7500
7 Shri Naveen Jindal Scholarship 75.01% to 80% 25000 15000 8000 4000 5000
8 Chancellor Scholarship 70.01% to 75 % 15000 10000 5000 2000 NA
9 60% to 70 % 12000 8000 3000 NA NA

* Aggregate of class XII(10+2) percentage of all subjects from any recognized board in case of B.Sc. (Hons.) program.

@ Aggregate Graduation percentage in case of M. Sc. program.


The scholarships are given on an annual basis. To continue the scholarships after the first year, the student will have to maintain a minimum prescribed academic performance during the course of the programme. The students selected for any of the above mentioned scholarships in the first year will have to complete the entire course of duration at OPJU only.


S. NO Concession (%) Applicability
1 20% * Wards of Jindal Group Employee & Employee him/her self
Students from all OP Jindal School
Alumni and Real Brother/Sister of alumni as well as existing students
A candidate secured cutoff marks in SAT
2 20% Applicable in Hostel & Mess fee for female students if Availing Hostel facility
3 50% * Top 15 students of CIC-2021-22
4 40% * Lateral Entry students (Diploma Holders) seek admission in second year of B Tech Program.

Career Path

There are a number of job opportunities available for a B.Sc. (Hons.) physics graduate. Here are some of the top job profiles:

  • Physicist

  • Physics Lecturer

  • Lab Assistant

  • Research Associate

  • Subject Matter Expert

  • Technician

  • Radiologist Assistant

  • Academic Counselor

  • Content Developer

  • Quality Control Manager

  • Scientist

  • Radiation Oncologist

Infrastructural Facilities

S.No Title Description
1 Mechano- Luminescence Research Instrument
2 Muffle Furnace Research Instrument
3 Departmental Library Departmental Library
4 Computer & Internet Computer & Internet


S. NO Name Designation Email ID Contact
1 Dr. Girish Chand Mishra Professor & Asst. Dean of SoS 9827408085
2 Dr. R.S Singh Associate Professor 9554698479
3 Dr. K.N Singh Senior Asst. Professor 9644783400
4 Dr. Dipti Shukla Asst. Professor 9109909276


S. NO Name Designation Email ID Contact
1 Mr. Kiran Thakur Lab Instructor 8249140658
2 Mr. Shravan Chauhan Lab Assistant 9109977078


  •  Girish C. Mishra, A.R. Kadam, and S.J. Dhoble, “Effect of singly, doubly and triply ionized ions on downconversion photoluminescence in Eu3+ doped Na2Sr2Al2PO4Cl9 phosphor: A comparative study”,Ceremic International (Elsevier),Acceptance 4, October 2019.
  •  Girish C. Mishra, A.R. Kadam, R.S Yadav and S.J. Dhoble, “Thermoluminescence study of Eu3+ doped Na2Sr2Al2PO4Cl9 phosphor via doping of singly, doubly and triply ionized ions”,Ceremic International (Elsevier),Acceptance 26, August 2019
  •  Girish C Mishra, S.J.Dhoble, R.S.Kher," Study of lyoluminescence of gamma-irradiated GdCa4O(BO3)3:Ce phosphors: mass of solute and pH of solvent as a key factor", Optik (Elsevier),158(2018) 826-830.
  •  Girish C Mishra, S.J.Dhoble, R.S.Kher "Lyoluminescence study of gamma-ray irradiated Dy3+ activated CaB4O7 phosphors for dosimetry applications ", International Journal of Current Engineering and Scientific Research(IJCESR), 5(2018) 2394.
  •  Girish C Mishra, S.J.Dhoble, R.S.Kher "Urea assisted self combustion synthesis of CaAl2O4:Eu phosphor and its mechanoluminescence characterization", New J. Chem.(RSC), 41(2017) 2193-2197.
  •  Girish C Mishra, S.J.Dhoble, R.S.Kher “Mechanoluminescence and thermoluminescence characterization of Tb3+ doped CaAl2O4: a theoretical and experimental study” RSC Adv., 2015, 5, 79391–79396.
  •  Girish C Mishra, , R.S.Kher “Preparation Route, characterization and Dose measurement of MAl2O4( M=Ba, Ca, Mg) phosphors activated with Dy3+” Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials,2015,17,629-633.
  •  Girish C Mishra, ,F.Khan, “ZnAl2O4:Eu novel phosphor: SEM and Mechanoluminescence characterization synthesized by solution combustion technique”, LUMINESCENCE: The journal of Biological and Chemical Luminescence. Vol.30,no.5, pp. 564-567,2015.
  •  Girish C Mishra, ,“Hydrazine Assisted Self Combustion Synthesis of CaAl2O4:Eu Phosphor And Its Mechanoluminescence Characterization”, International journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research. Vol.16,Issue.1 2014,page 188-196.
  •  Girish C Mishra, , F.Khan “Role Of Dopants on Mechanoluminescence properties of γ-ray irradiated MgAl2O4 Phosphors” , International Journal of Chemistry, Vol.33, Issue.12, 2013,page 384-388
  •  Girish C Mishra, , F.Khan “BaAl2O4:Dy phosphor: Synthesis and Mechanoluminescence characterization”, International Journal of Engineering Science Invention., Vol. 2, Issue 4 , 2013, page 34-38.
  •  Girish C Mishra, , F.Khan “Effect of the fuels on the luminescence characterisation of Tb doped MgAl2O4 phosphors “, Chemical Science Transaction, Vol.2, No.4, 2013, page 1262-1267.
  •  Girish C Mishra, , “Dose dependence of Mechanoluminescence properties in MgAl2O4: Dy phosphor”, Journal Of Chemistry , Vol.2013, 2013, page 1-4.
  •  Girish C Mishra,S.J.Dhoble,R.S.Kher “Effect of Temperature on Lyoluminescence of Gamma Irradiated YCa4O(BO3)3:Ce phosphor, International journal of Innovation and Research , Vol.2, Issue.1, 2013,page 18-21.
  •  Girish C Mishra, , S.J.Dhoble,R.S.Kher “Thermoluminescence and Mechanoluminescence of gamma-ray-irradiated CaB4O7:Dy phosphors: A comparative study”, International journal of Innovation and Research , Vol.1, Issue.1, 2012,page 63-68.
  •  Girish C Mishra, S.J.Dhoble, R.S.Kher “Synthesis and luminescence properties of rare earth doped gamma-ray-irradiated GdCa4O(BO3)3 phosphors”, Journal of Material Science,Vol 47,Issue 2,2012,page 898-901.
  •  Girish C Mishra,S.J.Dhoble,R.S.Kher “Correlation between thermoluminescence and mechanoluminescence of γ-ray-irradiated Dy doped BaB4O7 phosphors”, Journal of Material Science, Vol 47,Issue 6,2012,page 2752-2756.
  •  Girish C Mishra, Rajiv Kumar and Arvind Dewangan,“Study of Coulomb dissociation for Nuclear Astrophysics with special reference to the Nucleosynthesis”,International journal of Mathematical Sciences,Technology and Humanities,Vol 14,2011,page 140-146.
  •  Girish C Mishra, S.J.Dhoble, R.S.Kher,“Thermoluminescence and lyoluminescence in γ-ray-irradiated and Ce3+ doped YCa4O(BO3)3 phosphors”, Journal of Material Science,Vol 46,2012,Issue 26,page 7275-7278.
  •  Girish C Mishra, S.J.Dhoble, R.S.Kher,“Thermoluminescence and mechanoluminescence of gamma-ray-irradiated SrB4O7:Dy phosphors”, Micro and Nano Letters, Vol 12,2011,Issue 6,page 978-981.
  •  Ram Sevak Singh, Dehui Li, Qihua Xiong, ImanSantoso, Wei Chen, Andrivo Rusydi, Andrew Thye Shen Wee, “Anomalous photoresponse in the deep-ultraviolet due to resonant excitonic effects in oxygen plasma treated few-layer graphene”, Carbon, 106, 330 (2016). Impact Factor=6.1.
  •  Ram Sevak Singh,Venkatram Nalla, Wei Chen, Andrew Thye Shen Wee, Wee Ji,“Laser Patterning of Epitaxial Graphene for Schottky Junction Photodetectors”, ACS Nano, 5, 5969 (2011). Impact Factor= 13.33.
  •  Ram Sevak Singh, VenkatramNalla, Wei Chen, Wei Ji, Andrew T. S. Wee,“Photoresponse inepitaxialgraphene with asymmetric metal contacts”, Applied Physics Letters, 100, 093116 (2012). Selected for the March 19, 2012 issue of Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology.Impact Factor = 3.8.
  •  Iman Santoso, Ram Sevak Singh, Pranjal Kumar Gogoi, Teguh Citra Asmara, Dacheng Wei, Wei Chen, Andrew T. S. Wee, Vitor M. Pereira, and AndrivoRusydi, “Tunable optical absorption and interactions in graphene via oxygen plasma”,Physical Review B, 89, 075134 (2014).Impact Factor = 3.76.
  •  Iman Santoso, Ram Sevak Singh, Pranjal Kumar Gogoi, Teguh Citra Asmara, Dacheng Wei, Chen Wei, Andrew T. S. Wee, Vitor M. Pereira, Andrivo Rusydi, “Effect of oxygen plasma on the optical properties of monolayer graphene”, Advanced Materials Research, 896, 510(2014).
  •  Ram Sevak Singh, Xiao Wang, Ariando,Wei Chen,Andrew. T. S. Wee,“ Large room-temperature quantum linear magnetoresistance in multilayered epitaxial graphene: Evidence for two-dimensional magnetotransport.” Applied Physics Letters 101, 183105 (2012).Impact Factor = 3.8.
  •  Roland Yingjie Tay, Mark H. Griep, GovindMallick, Siu Hon Tsang, Ram Sevak Singh TravisTumlin, Edwin Hang Tong Teo, and Shashi P. Karna, “Growth of Large Single-Crystalline Two-Dimensional Boron Nitride Hexagons on Electropolished Copper”, Nano Letters, 14, 839 (2014). Impact Factor= 13.779.
  •  Ram Sevak Singh, Roland Yingjie Tay, Wai Leong Chow, Siu Hon Tsang, Govind Mallick, Edwin Hang Tong Teo, “Band gap effects of hexagonal boron nitride using oxygen plasma”, Applied Physics Letters, 104, 163101(2014). Impact Factor = 3.8
  •  Roland Yingjie Tay, Xingli Wang, Siu Hon Tsang,Guan Chee Loh, Ram Sevak Singh, Hong Li, Govind Mallickand Edwin Hang Tong Teo, “A systematic study of the atmospheric pressure growth of large-area hexagonal crystalline boron nitride film”, Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 2, 1650 (2014). Impact Factor= 5.0.
  •  Ram Sevak Singh, “Influence of oxygen impurity on electronic properties of carbon and boron nitridenanotubes: A comparative study”, AIP Advances, 5, 117150 (2015). Impact Factor = 1.5.
  •  Ram Sevak Singh, Ankit Solanki, “Modulation of electronic properties of silicon carbide nanotubes via sulphur-doping: An ab initio study”, Physics Letters A. 380, 1201 (2016).Impact Factor = 1.67.
  •  Ram Sevak Singh, “Hydrogen adsorption on sulphur-doped SiC nanotubes”, Materials Research Express 3, 075014 (2016).Impact Factor= 0.968.
  •  Ram Sevak Singh, Ankit Solanki, Hydrogen adsorption in metal decorated SiC nanotubes, Chemical Physics Letters 660, 155 (2016). Impact Factor = 1.86.
  •  Gaurav Shankar, Ram Sevak Singh, A Review of Solar Energy Tracker and Models, Journal of Basic and Applied Engineering Research, Krishi Sanskriti Publications, 1, 2014, 110-114. (ISSN: 2350-0255).
  •   K. N. Singh and P. K. Bajpai, “Synthesis, characterization and dielectric relaxation of phase pure Columbite MgNb2O6: Optimization of Calcination and Sintering” Physica B (Elsevier) 405 (2010) 303-312.
  •  P.K. Bajpai, Mukul Pastor and K. N. Singh “Dielectric Relaxation and Electrical study of Pb(Ba1/3Nb2/3)O3 phase pure new relaxor material” J. Appl. Phys. (AIP) 109 (2011) 014114.
  •  K. N. Singh and P. K. Bajpai “Ferroelectric relaxor behavior and dielectric spectroscopic study of 0.99(Bi0.5Na0.5TiO3)-0.1(SrNb2O6) solid solution”. Journal of Alloys and Compounds (Elsevier) 509 (2011) 5070-5074.
  •  P. K. Bajpai and K. N. Singh, “Dielectric relaxation and ac conductivity study of Ba (Sr1/3Nb2/3) O3” Physica B (Elsevier) 406 (2011) 1226-1232.
  •  P.K. Bajpai and K.N. Singh “Dielectric relaxation and electrical study of BaNb2O6 prepared by sol-gel route” Modern Physics Letter B (World Scientific) 25 14 (2011). 1-11.
  •  P.K. Bajpai, Mukul Pastor and K.N. Singh “Diffuse Phase Transition and Electrical Conductivity in Pb(Ca1/3Nb)O3 Journal of Electronic Materials (JEMS)(Spinger).
  •  K. S. Ojha, K. N. Singh and P. K. Bajpai Dielectric and Impedance Spectroscopic Studies on Diffuse Phase Transitions in Bismuth Sodium Titanate American Institute of Physics (AIP) Volume 1372 (2011) pp 154-164.
  •  K. N. Singh and P. K. Bajpai “Relaxor behaviour and dielectric relaxation in Lead-free solid solution (1-x)(Bi0.5Na0.5TiO3)─x(SrNb2O6): Journal of Electronic Materials (Spinger-2015) DOI:10.1007/s11664-015-4226-2.
  •  Nitin Kumar, K.N. Singh and P. K. Bajpai “Synthesis and Dielectric Study of NBT- BSN: A Lead Free Relaxor Materials, American Institute of Physics (AIP) Volume 1372 (2011) pp 173-178.
  •  K.N. Singh, B.R. Chauhan and P.K. Bajpai “Dielectric Relaxation, Electrical Conductivity and Impedance Response of BaNb2O6 Synthesized by Sol-Gel and Solid State Reaction Route: A Comparative Study” American Institute of Physics (AIP) Volume 1372 (2011) pp 165-172.
  •  K. N. Singh, Versha Sao, P. Tamrakar, S. Soni, V. K. Dubey, P. K. Bajpai Structural and Raman Spectroscopic Study of Antimony Doped Bi0.5Na0.5TiO3 Electro-ceramic Journal of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering (Scientific Research) 2015, 3, 43-49.
  •  K. N. Singh and P. K. Bajpai Dielectric Relaxation in Pure Columbite Phase of SrNb2O6 Ceramic Material: Impedance Analysis World Journal of Condensed Matter Physics, (Scientific Research) 2011, 1, 37-48.
  •  P. K. Bajpai and K. N. Singh Effect of Process Parameter Optimization in Reducing Sintering Temperature in the Synthesis and Characterization of Ba(Zn1/3Nb2/3)O3. Indian Journal of Materials Science (Hindawi) DOI/10.1155/2013/927908.
  •  K. N. Singh, R. Mishra, P.K. Bajpai and A.K. Shrivastava Charge Transport in Columbite Phase Barium Niobate Int. J. of Adv. Research, Volume 1, Issue 6, June2013,1-18.
  •  K.N. SINGH and P.K. BAJPAI Dielectric Relaxation in (Sr0.5Ca0.5) Nb2O6 Solid-Solution Invertis Journal of Science and Technology, Vol. 5, No. 3, 2012 ; pp. 157-161.
  •  K. N. Singh and P. K. Bajpai Synthesis of Polar Dielectric Barium Magnesium Niobate at Low Sintering Temperature: Dielectric Relaxation and AC Conductivity Study Physical Science International Journal 16(2): 1-13, 2017.

Publications (List of Publications last five years):

  • Study of Optical Properties of Akermanite Ca2MgSi2O7:dy3+ phosphor

  • Study of Mechno-luminescence, thermos-luminescence properties of solid state reaction derived Ce3+co-doped Ca2MgSi2O7:Eu2+ micro-phosphors and application for mechno-luminescent display device technology

  • Study of Optical Properties of Ca2MgSi2O7: Eu2+ activated and Ce3+ doped Phosphor and application for Energy Storage

  • Synthesis and Photo Luminescent Characteristics of Eu2+-Activated Di-calcium magnesium di-silicate Blue-Emitting Phosphors for High Power White LEDs


The department has state-of-the-art laboratories. These facilities help students and researchers perform experiments. The key laboratories in the department are:

The Department has state-of-the-art laboratories. These facilities help students, researchers to perform experiments. The key laboratories in the department are:

The Department has state-of-the-art laboratories. These facilities help students, researchers to perform experiments. The key laboratories in the department are:

The Department has state-of-the-art laboratories. These facilities help students, researchers to perform experiments. The key laboratories in the department are:


S. NO Name Course Name of Company/organization
1 ABHIPSA BEHERA M.Sc.(Physics) JSW Wasind
2 DIPALI PRADHAN M.Sc.(Physics) JSW Wasind
3 DEBARCHAN KAR M.Sc.(Physics) JSW Wasind
4 SUMITRA DAS M.Sc.(Chemistry) JSW Wasind
5 MANSI MISHRA B.Sc. (Hons.) JSW Wasind
6 DIKSHA APAT B.Sc. (Hons.) JSW Wasind
7 SIDDHI RAWAL B.Sc. (Hons.) JSW Wasind
8 DEBASHREE RAGHUNANDAN M.Sc.(Chemistry) Alkem Laboratories Limited
9 SHAHINA YASHMIN M.Sc.(Chemistry) Alkem Laboratories Limited

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