Physics Research Centre





The Department of Physics also started with the College in 1963 but the Research Centre is relatively new. The research activities in the Department commenced in the early 2000 though the formal recognition for the Research Center was obtained in 2016. The Department has research activities in Astronomy, Complex Systems and Material Science. It is equipped with high end workstations meant for computational studies and necessary infrastructure for synthesis of nanomaterials. At present (April 2022), there are three Ph. D. students and this number is expected to increase owing to the increasing number of guides.

Research Guide

Name of the Research GuideYear of Obtaining Ph.D DegreeYear of recognition as a Research Guide
Dr Kiran Kolwankar19982015
Dr Vaishali Raikwar (nee vaishali paduraj hadaoo20162019

Research Students

Se. NoName of the Research ScholarAdmission StatusMonth and Year of registration of the scholarPhD Scholar's Title of the ThesisName of the Research Guide
1Deepak JallaRegistered70-20/01/2017Study of Invariant Measures of coupled dynamical systemsDr Kiran Kolwankar
2Rajesh SinghRegistered99/07-10-2022 Computer Simulation Studies of Role of Self Organised Criticality in Protein Folding ModelsDr Kiran Kolwankar
3Kulkarni Adwat AjitAdmittedDr Kiran Kolwankar
4Archana PandeyAdmittedSynthesis and Study of Carbon dots/Polymer Composites and its Luminescence ApplicationsDr Vaishali Raikwar (nee vaishali paduraj hadaoo
5Sandip HingeRegistered88/16-02-2022Growth of high quality InN thin films and nanostructures towards it's potential application in infrared radiation detection.Dr. Suhas Jejurkar (Ph.D. Guide from other Institute)
6Chaudhary Afreen Anjum Sikandar AliAdmittedDr Vaishali Raikwar (nee vaishali paduraj hadaoo