The best practices of the Department of Physics and Electronics discussed below are based on developing a vision of where our department needs to go and focusing the department towards that mission. Keeping in mind the interests, career aspirations and needs of our students, as well as the capabilities of our faculty, we as a closed knit department strive to provide value based education, a research rich environment, foster the employability skills of students and thereby create an intellectual community. All the faculty members work cohesively to develop strategies to achieve international standards and for the realization of institutional objectives of eminence.
The Department conducted Winter School and the theme of this winter school was X-ray diffraction analysis of common salts such as sodium chloride, sodium fluoride, sodium iodide and potassium bromide.
The aim of this Online Course on ‘Introduction to Machine Learning for Physics and Electronics’ was to empower the students of Physics and Electronics with machine learning techniques for data analysis skills. There is an astronomical amount of data generated through the various physical processes that gives us unfathomable opportunities to learn and find correlation about various phenomena involving matter, energy, and signal processing, to name a few. The topics covered in this course have been mentioned below.
Peer to Peer Mentoring Program is a pilot program of the Department of Physics and Electronics under the flagship of the Student Learning Center.
Report of Peer to Peer Mentoring
A National Conference on “Advanced Materials: Theory and Applications” (NCAMTA-2019) was organised by the Department of the Physics and Electronics, in the Conference room of Hans Raj College, from September 26-28th 2019. It was sponsored by UGC, CSIR and Hansraj College. This conference served as a platform for robust discussions on recent advancements and new strategies for development of new materials suitable for applications. The topics covered in the conference were,
Practice :Hands on Training program for the Laboratory Staff
The objectives of the training program were,
Practice :Laboratory staff training program on ICT tools for Digitalizing the Science
A four day training program was conducted by the Department of Physics and Electronics under the umbrella of IQAC, Hansraj College for the non-teaching staff to facilitate them with the ICT tools. The topics that were covered in the training program are MSWord and Excel. Each day of the training program had parallel sessions with 2 hours of demo by the resource persons and hands on sessions on the software tools under our guidance. Some of the highlights of the training program are:
Practice :Laboratory Staff Training Program on ‘Basic Instrumentation Skills’
The program had the following objectives.