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Materials Science

Department Of P.G. Studies And Research In Materials Science

Department Of P.G. Studies And Research In Materials Science

 

Courses Offered

Course Intake Duration Eligibility
M.Sc. 10 Four Semesters (2 Years) B.Sc. with Physics / Chemistry / Electronics / Materials Science
M.Phil. As per University Regulations As per University Regulations M.Sc. in Physics / Chemistry
/ Electronics
Ph.D. As per University Regulations As per University Regulations M.Sc. / M.Phil. / M.Tech.
PG Diploma in Nanoscience & Technology 10 1 Year B.Sc. / B.E. / B.Pharm.

 

Fee Structure: (See Fee Notification)

 

Course Outline (M.Sc. Materials Science)

I Semester II Semester
HCT 1.1 Materials Chemistry – I HCT 2.1 Materials Chemistry – II
HCT 1.2 Elements of Materials Physics HCT 2.2 Quantum Mechanics
HCT 1.3 Basic Electronics and Instrumentation   Soft Core (Any One)
  Soft-Core (Any One) SCT 2.1 Instrumental Methods and Analysis
SCT 1.1 Introduction to Materials SCT 2.2 Materials Devices
SCT 1.2 Nanoscience and Nanomaterials   Open Elective (Any One)
  Practical OET 2.1 Nanoscience and Technology- Physical Sciences
HCP 1.1 Materials Chemistry – I OET 2.2 Nanoscience and Technology- Biological Sciences.
HCP 1.2 Materials Physics   Practicals
HCP 1.3 Basic Electronics and Instrumentation HCP 2.1 Materials Chemistry – II
  Soft Core (Any One) HCP 2.2 Materials Testing
SCP 1.1 Introduction to Materials   Soft Core (Any One)
SCP 1.2 Nanoscience and Nanomaterials SCP 2.1 Instrumental Analysis
    SCP 2.2 Materials Devices
III Semester IV Semester
HCP 3.1 Polymeric Materials and their Testing HCT 4.1 Advanced Ceramic Materials
HCP 3.2 Composite Materials HCT 4.2 High Energy Materials
  Soft Core (Any One)   Soft-Core (Any One)
SCT 3.1 Materials Synthesis and Industrial Testing SCT 4.1 Nanotechnology and Applications
SCT 3.2 Computational Methods of Analysis MSP 4.1 Materials Properties and Mathematics for Materials Science
  Open Elective (Any One)   Practical
OET 3.1 Elements of High Energy materials HCP 4.1 Advanced Ceramic Materials
OET 3.2 Materials characterisation Techniques and Surface Phenomena HCP 4.2 High Energy Materials
  Practicals   Soft Core (Any One)
HCP 3.1 Polymeric Materials and Testing SCP 4.1 Nanotechnology and Applications
HCP 3.2 Composite Materials, Preparations, Characterisation and Testing SCP 4.2 Materials Properties and Mathematics for Materials Science
  Soft Core (Any One) HCMP 4.3 Major Project (72 Project Evaluation  + 48 for Viva Voce + 30 IA = 150)
SCP 3.1 Nanoscience and Nanomaterials    
SCP 3.2 Computational Methods of Analysis    

 

Course Outline (Post Graduate Diploma in Nanoscience and Technology)

I Semester II Semester
NSTT
1.1
Introduction to Science and Technology of Nanomaterials NSTT
2.1
Industrial Nanotechnology
NSTT
1.2
Chemistry of Nanomaterials NSTT
2.2
Advanced Characterization Techniques
NSTT
1.3
Physics of Nanomaterials
NSTT
1.4
Elements of Bio-NanoScience  -
NSTP
1.1
Practical - I NSTP
2.1
Practical - III
NSTP
1.2
Practical - II NSTP
2.2
Project work

 

Faculty

S. No. Name / Phone No. / E-mail Designation Qualification Specialization
1 Dr. M.V.N. Ambika Prasad
+91 8472 249530 (R)
+91 94448405817 (Cell)
pasad1_amb@rediffmail.com
Professor & Chairman M.Sc., Ph.D. Conducting Polymer Composites and polymer electrolytes
Associated Staff:
2 Dr. A. Venkataraman
+91 8472 245995 (R) 
+91 9880801017 (Cell) 
raman_chem@rediffmail.com
Professor M.Sc., Ph.D. Materials Chemistry, Ceramics, Polymer Composites, Nano - Bioscience
3 Dr. R.L. Raibagkar
+91 8472 260464 (R), +91 9739302083 (Cell), rlraibagkar@rediffmail.com
Professor M.Sc., Ph.D Electronic ceramics, Materials Science, Materials Charecterization, & Instrumentaion

 

Thrust Area

Materials Synthesis and Characterization, Materials Physics and Chemistry, Polymers, Ceramics, Composites, Nano-materials, Nano-bio-functionalized materials

 

Research Projects

A) Major Research Projects in the Department
On going
S. No. Title of the Project Name of the Principle Investigator Funding Agency Duration Amount sanctioned in Lakhs
1 Biosynthesis of some Noble metal and metal chalcogenides nanoparticles Dr. A. Venkataraman UGC, New Delhi 2008 - 2011 05.64
2 Development of Humidity and Gas sensors using conducting polymer-ceramic nano-composites Dr. M. V. N. Ambika Prasad DST, New Delhi 2008 - 2011 19.22
3 Irradiation studies of some important bio-functionalized nanoparticles Dr. A. Venkataraman DAE - BRNS 2009 - 2012 20.53
4 Studies on fatigue characteristics of La-doped bismuth titanate thin films for nonvolatile memories Dr. R. L. Raibagkar UGC, New Delhi 2010 - 2013 09.78
Completed
S. No. Title of the Project Name of the Principle Investigator Funding Agency Duration Amount sanctioned in Lakhs
1 Synthesis of some important ceramic materials employing some novel chimie douce approach Dr. A. Venkataraman UGC, New Delhi 2003 - 2006 06.00
2 Synthesis, Characterization and Physio-Chemical Studies of Novel Polymeric Nano Composites Dr. A. Venkataraman DST, New Delhi 2005 - 2008 09.07

 

Research Publications / Books

-

 

Research Guidance

1. Ph.D. -
2. M.Phil. - 3

 

Workshops / Seminars / Conferences Organized

-

 

Facilities Available

PC/DSP based instrumentation, muP / muC based instrumentation, analog and digital lab, process instrumentation lab etc.

 

Brief History of the Department

Department of Studies and Research in Instrumentation Technology, P.G. Centre, Raichur is one of the premier post graduation departments of Gulbarga University, Gulbarga. It has been providing a high quality education to the students, at post graduation level since its inception in the year 1993. Also, it has started research programs (M.Phil. & Ph.D.) in the field of Instrumentation Technology two years back.

The department is committed towards disseminating and generating knowledge and providing students an education that is well balanced in terms of academics as well as opportunities to excel in other extra curricular activities. It trains the students to meet the needs of modern industry for high quality scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs in this field.

Instrumentation Technology

Branch of science deals with the design, development, fabrication, analysis, improvement and application of various types of instruments viz., Electronic, Scientific / Analytical, Process / Industrial, Biomedical and Intelligent instruments.

Goal and Objective

Goal and objective of M.Sc. Instrumentation Technology course is to train the student in design, development, fabrication, analysis, improvement, and application of various types of instruments viz., electronic, scientific / analytical, process / industrial, biomedical, and intelligent (muP / muC / PC / DSP - based) instruments for the measurement and control of physical parameter. Also, the motto is self-reliance and entrepreneurship in the field of instrumentation.

Scope

After completion of M.Sc. Instrumentation Technology course the candidate acquires skills in design, development, analysis, & application of various types of instruments viz., Electrical, Electronic, Scientific, Biomedical, Process, PLCs, PC / muC / muP / DSP - based instruments for measurement and control.

Employment opportunities in process industries viz., thermal/biomass, cement, paper & pulp, iron & steel, refineries, petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, R&Ds like ISRO, DRDO, DRDL, NAL, NPL, etc.

Scope for self-employment and entrepreneurship. After completion of the course the student can start his/her own small scale industries in design, development and fabrication of various instruments.

Laboratory Facilities

The department has the best lab facilities with state of the art infrastructure and equipments. It has 24 hours uninterrupted power supply and sufficient computers to carry out the experiments.

Labs Available

Analog & Digital Lab, Sensor/Transducers Lab, muP / muC / PC / DSP Lab, Process Lab, & PLCs Lab.

Placement Prospects

Many are gainfully employed. Placement cells to interact with Industries, Corporate, and Government departments to arrange Campus Interviews.

Training

Degree program imparts training in the following major process industries during the vacations: Thermal/Biomass Power Plants, Petrochemical, Cement, Paper Industries, Iron & Steel industries, Pharmaceuticals & etc.