National Institute of Technology Durgapur

राष्ट्रीय प्रौद्योगिकी संस्थान दुर्गापुर

(An Institute of National Importance under Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development)
Mahatma Gandhi Avenue, Durgapur 713209, West Bengal, INDIA


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About Us


Department of Physics


This is one of the oldest departments of the institute which has been providing the basic knowledge of physics to innumerable budding engineers who have studied in this institute. Physics means “knowledge of nature", which essentially is a natural science that involves the study of natural laws and its consequences in both microscopic and macroscopic domain. The interest of the department of physics spreads over many interdisciplinary areas of science and the boundaries are not rigidly defined. The department encourages and appreciates new ideas in physics that have relevance to technologies useful for the mankind.

Vision


To impart quality education & focus on research in basic and applied sciences leading to advancement of technology to cater to the need of the country.

Mission


To provide quality education to students with sound understanding of the fundamentals and applications of physics for the advancement of science & technology with the following aims:

  • To provide high quality teaching and research.
  • To improve global visibility of the department through highly qualified and internationally acclaimed faculty and staff.
  • To provide the most up to date and purposeful curriculum and the state- of-the-art laboratory facilities in a “student centric” approach to empower them in finding suitable employment.
  • To improve employability of our graduates by arranging close interaction with nearby industries, so that our programs and graduates are highly regarded and accepted in their workplace.
  • To provide necessary knowledge, experience and ethical values to the students leading them to responsible citizens of the nation.

Laboratories & Research


The department currently boosts of severalstate-of the-art research laboratories which provide the infrastructural support for cutting edge multidisciplinary researchwhich is primarily focused on various aspects of synthesis and properties of materials.In recognition of the high quality research in materials conducted by its faculty members, the department has been selected by the MHRD, Govt. of India for the prestigious “Centre of Excellence” grant in 2013 (in partnership with the department of MME of this institute). However, the department encourages other research areas including Exploration of Helium and Geothermal Power, Earthquake Precursory Studies, Nonlinear Systems and Time Series Analysis, Study of chaotic behavior of Electronic circuits and systems and application of chaos in cryptography, Research towards synthesis of nanomaterials for optical sensors, solar cellsetc., Standard model and beyond standard model, B meson decays, boson phenomenology, etc. The research in the above mentioned areas are conducted in the various laboratories which are described in the Facilities section.

Future Research Focus


  • Structure, Properties and Applications of Nanomaterials
  • Harnessing Green Energy
  • Photonics and Optical Sensors
  • High Energy Physics (Theory and Phenomenology)

Future Plan for Projected Goals


The various academic programmes run by the department will continue to be updated in tune with today’s science, technology and societal requirements, in order to make them competent with the international standards. Our faculty members are well connected with the rest of the world and it is through the continuous engagement of the faculty members with colleagues/peers in other reputed universities that we plan to ensure that we are always up to date in our curriculum and syllabus. The projected goals will be achieved through collective effort of all faculty members in generating funds, increasing collaboration/interaction with outside world and most importantly working together as a team for the development of the department.

Societal Impact


In the next five years we are going to focus on research subjects such as Nanotechnology, Green Energy, Photonics& Optical Sensors, Smart Materials &Systems, Device Prototyping, High Energy Physics etc. The main strength of the department lies in the field of Nanomaterials research which will be further enhanced through infrastructure and knowledge development. Efforts will be made to link this research with the society by applying the findings in developing products that have direct societal relevance such as solar cells, sensors, detectors, smart systems etc. Apart from the above, there is a plan to install a prototype geothermal power plant at Bakreswar village (within 70 km of NIT Durgapur) which lies in a geothermal area (hot springs). It is hoped that the small power plant will provide green power (electricity) to the small village. The study of Standard model and beyond standard model in high energy physics is very relevant in today’s world as this may help us know the origin of masses and why different matter has different masses.

Programmes


Programme Educational Objectives:


  • PEO # 1:
  • To produce graduates who would have developed fundamental understanding of science and engineering of advanced materials and ability to use these tools for solving real life problems.
  • PEO # 2:
  • To produce graduates who have the ability to demonstrate technical competence in professional career in Materials Science & Engineering and related fields.
  • PEO # 3:
  • To produce graduates who would be able to attain the ability to adapt in a world of constantly evolving technology through life-long learning, such as advanced degrees, professional registration, and other professional activities
  • PEO # 4:
  • To produce graduates who function effectively in a multi-disciplinary environment and individually, within a global, societal, and environmental context.
  • PEO # 5:
  • To produce graduates who would be able to take individual responsibility and to work as a part of a team towards the fulfilment of both individual and organizational goals.

Programme Outcomes:


  1. Ability to identify, formulate, and solve science & engineering problems.
  2. Ability to design and conduct experiments and to analyze and interpret data
  3. Ability to function in multi-disciplinary teams
  4. Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern science engineering tools necessary for engineering practice
  5. Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
  6. Ability to communicate effectively
  7. Ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, & societal context
  8. Ability to manage a project and to gain leadership ability
  9. Ability to engage in life-long learning

Courses offered


The department currently offers two independent postgraduate programmes and also provides useful support in teaching physics to all engineering undergraduate students of this institute. In addition Ph.D. program in various disciplines of physics and allied subjects is offered by this department. The two PG programmes are as follows:

  • M. Tech. in Advanced Materials Science & Technology
  • M. Sc. in Physics

Academic Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Students

B. Tech in Physics
  • Theory Courses

  • Open Electives

  • Laboratory & Sessional Courses

Academic Courses and Syllabus for PG Courses



M. Sc. in Physics
  • SEMESTER I

  • SEMESTER II

  • SEMESTER III

  • SEMESTER IV

  • List of Electives - Group-I: (Condensed Matter Physics Specialization)

  • List of Electives - Group-II: (Opto-Electronics Specialization)



L : LECTURE | T : TUTORIAL | S : SESSIONAL | C : CREDIT POINT
M. Tech in Advanced Materials Science and Technology
  • SEMESTER I

  • SEMESTER II

  • SEMESTER III

  • SEMESTER IV

  • List of Electives



L : LECTURE | T : TUTORIAL | S : SESSIONAL | C : CREDIT POINT

Academic Courses and Syllabus for Research & Projects Students

  • On Going Projects

PhD

People


List of Faculties


Dr. Amit Kumar Chakraborty

Associate Professor

Research Interest :

Carbon based nanostructures (carbon nanotube, graphene) and their novel nanocomposites for a variety of applications including solar photovoltaics, supercapacitors, lightweight structural composites, and smart gas sensors.

E-mail: amit.chakraborty@phy.nitdgp.ac.in, amitkc61@gmail.com

Mobile: +91 (0) 343 275 4780

Joined the Institute in August 2010.


Dr. Aniruddha Mondal

Assistant Professor

Research Interest :

Fabrication of 1d metal oxide semiconductor nanostructure by using glancing angle deposition technique and fabrication of UV-Vis detector, plasmonic detector, hybrid semiconductor detectors.

E-mail: aniruddha.mondal@phy.nitdgp.ac.in, aniruddhamo@gmail.com

Mobile: +91-9434789024, +91-8900677280

Joined the Institute in October, 2014.


Dr. Hirok Chaudhuri

Assistant Professor

Research Interest :

(i)Exploration of Large Scale Extraction of Helium from Geothermal Areas and Petroleum Deposits
(ii) Exploration of Geothermal Power at Bakreswar-Tantloi Geothermal Area
(iii) Monitoring of Earthquake Precursors (Geophysical & Geochemical Techniques
(iv) Nonlinear Analysis of geochemical and geophysical data

Mobile: +91 9434789019

Joined the Institute in


Prof. Ajit Kumar Meikap

Professor & Head

Research Interest :

Low temperature Physics, Polymer nanocomposites

E-mail: ajit.meikap@phy.nitdgp.ac.in

Mobile: 9434788060

Joined the Institute in


Dr. Mrinal Kanti Mandal

Assistant Professor

Research Interest :

Synchronous communication systems, Circuits & Systems, Nonlinear dynamics & Chaos, Cryptography.

E-mail: mrinalkanti.mandal@phy.nitdgp.ac.in, nitmkm@yahoo.co.in

Mobile: 9434788050

Joined the Institute in May, 2003.


Prof. Pathik Kumbhakar

Professor

Research Interest :

Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, Nanophotonics, Nonlinear Optics, Laser Physics, Ultrafast Phenomena, Nano Gas Sensor

E-mail: pathik.kumbhakar@phy.nitdgp.ac.in

Mobile: 9434788090

Joined the Institute in


Dr. Soumen Basu

Assistant Professor

Research Interest :

Nanomaterials,Multiferroics

E-mail: soumen.basu@phy.nitdgp.ac.in, sou_menbasu@yahoo.com

Joined the Institute in


Dr. Sukadev Sahoo

Assistant Professor

Research Interest :

High Energy Physics (Theory and Phenomenology)

E-mail: sukadev.sahoo@phy.nitdgp.ac.in

Mobile: 09434788061

Joined the Institute in

List of Staffs


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Dr.Rajat Sarkar

Technical Assistant

Research Interest :

Nanophotonics; Nonlinear Optical properties of Semiconductor and Metal Nanoparticles; Shape Tunable Synthesis of Various Nanostructures of Metals and Semiconductor Materials and Nanocomposites; Development of Nanomaterials with Enhanced Photoluminesence, Photocatalytic and Nonlinear Optical Properties for their Possible Applications in Advanced Photonic Devices; Applications of Laser & Nanomaterials.

E-mail: sarkar.rajat@gmail.com

Joined the Institute in


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Mr. Chandan Ruidas

Technical Assistant

Job description :

Responsible for UG Sessional (lab) classes, Assistance in preparing and maintaining records of the department such as Stock book, Measurement book, etc.

E-mail: chandanruidas124@gmail.com

Joined the Institute


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Mrs. Bijola Bagdi

Office Peon

Job description :

Responsible for opening the department and all UG and PG classrooms of this department. Also acts as messenger carrying letters to and from the department and administrative office. In addition duties include serving of refreshments in departmental meetings.

Joined the Institute in


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Mr. Dinu Ruidas

Multi-task Assistant

Job description :

Responsible for preparing and maintaining student attendance registers, students sessional records, office orders, departmental meeting records, photocopying of various records using the departmental Xerox machine. Also serves as messenger for carryingletters/documents to and from the department (and its faculty members) to other sections of the institute, and assist in meetings/seminars/course works/workshops, etc.

E-mail: dinuruidas1@gmail.com

Joined the Institute in

List of Students



M.Sc Students


2015-2016 Batch


Sl. No. Name of the students Roll No. of the students
1. Shreyasi Das (15/PH/461)
2. Aindrila Sinha (15/PH/462)
3. Adrita Chakraborty (15/PH/463)
4. Soumi Chattopadhyay (15/PH/464)
5. Sandeep kr Yadav (15/PH/467)
6. Sameer Ranjan Biswal (15/PH/468)
7. Anurag Gartia (15/PH/469)
8. Atri  Mukherjee (15/PH/470)
9. JayantaMaji (15/PH/471)
10. Raktim Roy (15/PH/472)           

2014-2015 Batch


Sl. No. Name of the students Roll No. of the students
1. Surojit Saha (14/PHM/402)
2. Ajit Mahata (14/PHM/404)
3. Soumyo Mukherjee (14/PHM/405)
4. Somen Adhikary (14/PHM/406)
5. JayashreeKarmakar (14/PHM/407)
6. Piyali Chatterjee (14/PHM/408)
7. Raju Karmakar (14/PHM/409)
8. Jitendriya Sinha (14/PHM/410)
9. Himadri Sekhar Tripathi (14/PHM/414)
10. Nupur Maiti (14/PHM/415)

M. Tech in Advanced Material Science & Technology


2015-2016 Batch


Sl. No. Name of the students Roll No. of the students
1. Prakhar Kannoje (15/PH/401)
2. Sidharth Sanadh (15/PH/402)
3. Rashmikant     (15/PH/403)
4. Himanshu Singh (15/PH/404)
5. Sachin Shahi (15/PH/405)
6. Kuldeep Mandlo (15/PH/406)
7. Abhishek Kumar (15/PH/408)
8. Vaibhan Pandey (15/PH/409)
9. Rajendra Kumar (15/PH/410)
10. Suman Saurabh (15/PH/411)
11. Ark Choudhary (15/PH/412)
12. Ishita Chakraborty (15/PH/413)
13. Asim Senapati (15/PH/414)
14. Keshav Kumar (15/PH/415)

2014-2015 Batch


Sl. No. Name of the students Roll No. of the students
1. Anish Bhattacharya (14/PH/402)
2. Shashvat Dwivedi (14/PH/403)
3. Pramod Kr. Singh (14/PH/404)
4. Mainak Ghosh             (14/PH/407)
5. Suresh Kumar Singh (14/PH/408)
6. Gaurav Kumar (14/PH/409)
7. Veeravenkata Nagaraju (14/PH/410)
8. Hrishikesh Kumar (14/PH/411)
9. Ritwik Das (14/PH/412
10. Tinku Mahato (14/PH/413)
11. Nitish Raja (14/PH/414)
12. Girja Shankar Manan (14/PH/415)
13. Avishek Kumar              (14/PH/416)
14. Ritesh Kant Gupta (14/PH/417)
15. Ashim Pramanik (14/PH/419)
16. Debottam Goswami (14/PH/420)
17. Supratim Roy (14/PH/421)

PhD Students


Mr. Sourav Saha

E-mail: sourav.sail@gmail.com


Mr. Somnath Choudhury

E-mail: somnathbratati21@gmail.com


Mr. Amit Kumar Das

E-mail: amit.phys09@gmail.com


Mrs. Monalisa Halder

E-mail: monalisahldr18@gmail.com


Mrs. Ranjita Sinha

E-mail: sinha.ranjita15@gmail.com


Mr. Mrinmoy Goswami

E-mail: mrinmoy.nitdgp@gmail.com


Mr. Partha Sarathi Mukherjee

E-mail: partha.drg@gmail.com


Mr. Rohini Nandan Jana

E-mail: janarohininandan@gmail.com


Mr. Sarbajit Chakraborty

E-mail: sarbo28@gmail.com


Mr. Subrata Biswas

E-mail: subrata.biswas191@gmail.com


Mr. Partha Kumbhakar

E-mail: parthakumbhakar2@gmail.com


Mr. Srikanta Karmakar

E-mail: karmakarsrikanta71@gmail.com


Mr. Parimal Ghosh


Mr. Venkanna Meriga

E-mail: venkanna.pcu@gmail.com


Ms. Aatreyee Sarkar

E-mail: sarkar.aatreyee@gmail.com


Mr. Nilanjan Chakrabarty

E-mail: nc86419@gmail.com


Mr. Souvik Chakraborty

E-mail: chakrabortysouvik87@gmail.com


Mr. Subhasish Paul

E-mail: s.paul.2k9@gmail.com


Ms. Shyamasree Gupta

E-mail: shyamasree@gmail.com


Ms. Sujata Mondal

E-mail: sujata1102@gmail.com


Mr. Chandan Kumar Manna

E-mail: ckmanna91@gmail.com


Ms. Arpita Hazra Chowdhury

E-mail: arpitahazra5@gmail.com


Mr. Anup Kumar Das

E-mail: anupkumardas29@yahoo.com


Mr. Dhoumendra Mandal

E-mail: dhoumendra@gmail.com


Mr. Hrishikesh Mondal

E-mail: Hrishirick@gmail.com


Mrs. Madhumita Kar

E-mail: madhumitakar2007@gmail.com


Mr. Pradipta Giri

E-mail: pradiptagiri@gmail.com


Ms. Sumana Mandal

E-mail: sumanamandal1@gmail.com


Mr. Dhiraj Kumar Rana

E-mail: dhirajph109@gmail.com


Mr. Shovan Kumar Kundu

E-mail: shovan1608@gmail.com


Mrs. Mahasweta Banarjee

E-mail: banerjee_mahasweta@yahoo.co.in


Ms. Mita Karmakar

E-mail: mita.phys@gmail.com


Mr. Vivekananda Mukherjee

E-mail: itsbibu@gmail.com


Mr. Pradipta Chakraborty

E-mail: pradipta_physics@rediffmail.com


Mr. Manish Kumar

E-mail: manishphmath@gmail.com


Mrs. Debika Banerjee

E-mail: rumidebika@gmail.com


Mr. Sribhas Chandra Mohanta

E-mail: sribhas78@gmail.com


Mr. Chiranjit Maji

E-mail: chiranjit.nitdphysics@yahoo.in


Ms. Tapapriya Gupta

E-mail: tapapriyagupta@rediffmail.com


Mr. Anupam Ghosh

E-mail: anupamphysics1@gmail.com

Research


Projects


Seminar


    From To Courses Title Sponsored/
    self financed
    No. of participants
    26 June, 2011 30 June, 2011 INSPIRE Camp on Basic Science DST, Govt. of India 228
    26 June, 2012 30 June, 2012 INSPIRE Camp on Basic Science DST, Govt. of India 210
    26 June, 2013 30 June, 2013 INSPIRE Camp on Basic Science DST, Govt. of India 219
    29 July, 2013 02 August, 2013 Short-term course on “Introduction to Photonics and Applications (InPhAs-2013)” TEQIP-II, Govt. of India 23
    17 September, 2013 21 September, 2013 Short-term course on “Modern Methods in Materials Processing and Characterization (M3PAC-2013)” TEQIP-II, Govt. of India 27
    18 November, 2013 22 November, 2013 Short-term course on “Advanced Functional Materials (SAFM-2013)” TEQIP-II, Govt. of India 41
    07 April, 2014 11 April, 2014 Short term course on “Nanostructured Materials: Theory, Processing and Characterization (SNTPC-2014)” TEQIP-II, Govt. of India 22
    14 May, 2014 18 May, 2014 Short-term course on “Fundamentals of Photonics and Optoelectronics (FuPO-2014)” TEQIP-II, Govt. of India 46
    29 October, 2014 29 October, 2014 Industry-Institute-Interaction Programme on “Equipments Chronicle-Bench to Palmtop” TEQIP-II, Govt. of India 73
    04 December, 2014 06 December, 2014 First International Conference on “Emerging Materials: Characterization & Application (EMCA-2014)” Centre of Excellence (TEQIP-II) 297
    10 December, 2014 14 December, 2014 Short –term course on “Recent Trends in Materials Science and Electronics (RTMSE-2014)” Self-financed 14
    30 January, 2015 30 January, 2015 Prof. M. S. Sinha Colloquium Family members of Prof. M. S. Sinha 95
    27 February, 2015 03 March, 2015 Short-term course on “Experimental Techniques for Material Characterization (ETMC-2015)” Self-financed 37

Facilities


Laboratories

  • Low Temperature Characterization Laboratory

  • Research in this laboratory focuses on the studies of electrical transport properties of polymers, and nanocomposites of polymers with other materials such as metals and metal oxide nanoparticles, etc. with particular emphasis on low temperature behavior. This lab is initiated ounded and managed by Prof. A. K. Meikap. More information is available on his personal profile.

  • Nanoscience Laboratory

  • This laboratory is engaged in studies of semiconductor nanomaterials and their optical and nonlinear properties. Exhaustive studies are carried out in the field of Non-Linear Optics with the help of Nd:YAG and He-Ne lasers. This lab is founded and managed by Prof. P. Kumbhakar. More information is available on his personal profile.

  • Carbon Nanotechnology Laboratory

  • The research in this laboratory is focused on the synthesis, modification and characterization of carbon based nanostructures such as carbon nanotubes, graphene etc. and their composites for diverse applications including supercapacitor, solar cells, gas sensors, structural composites, etc. This lab is founded and managed by Dr. A. K. Chakraborty. More information is available on the group webpage

  • Facility for the theoretical study in high energy physics:

  • This facility is engaged in theoretical study on the standard model of elementary particles, beyond standard model, boson phenomenology, B meson decays, CP violation, Higgs boson and massive neutrino. This facility is managed by Dr. Sukadev Sahoo. More information is available on his personal profile.

  • Electronic Laboratory

  • This lab is engaged in the study of different electronic circuits such as design of ring oscillator, communication trans-receiver, study of nonlinear behavior of different electronic circuits, application of chaos in cryptography. Dr. Mrinal Kanti Mandal initiated this laboratory and the said lab is managed by Dr. Mandal. More information is available on his personal profile.

  • Materials Science Laboratory

  • This laboratory is engaged in the studies of synthesis, characterisation and modififcation of properties of multiferroic materials such as Bismuth ferrite, etc. with special emphasis on the electrical and magnetic properties. This lab is founded and managed by Dr. S. Basu. More information is available on his personal profile.

  • Facility for research on Helium & Geothermal Exploration and Earthquake Precursor Study:

  • This laboratory is engaged in research activities related to harnessing geothermal power (green power) and exploration of helium from geothermal areas (hot springs). Moreover research activities are performed on monitoring of multi-parametric earthquake precursory signals (geo-physical and geo-chemical signals) from multi-stations scattered throughout the country. Nonlinear analysis and time series analysis of geo-chemical and geo-physical signals are also carried out. This facility is initiated and managed by Dr. Hirok Chaudhuri. More information is available on his personal profile.

  • Optical Sensor Laboratory

  • Synthesis of metal oxide semiconductor 1D nanostructure by glancing angle deposition technique in a horizontal tube for development of optical sensors and sol gel technique for the synthesis of thin film. Fabrication of InN nanowire for development of infrared detector. This laboratory is managed by Dr. Aniruddha Mandal. More information is available on his personal profile.

  • UG and PG Laboratories

  • The department has the following laboratories for conducting its UG and PG programmes:

    • PG Laboratories
    • UG Laboratories:
Equipments

  • Instruments in the Research Laboratory

  • The Research Laboratories of this department house the following equipments:
    Scanning Electron Microscope (under CIF), Nd:YAG Laser and detector (under CIF), Electromagnet (Magnetic field upto 1 Tesla) 3.61/2 and 81/2 digit digital multimeter and Electrometer, Impedance Analyser, Current Source, Liquid Nitrogen Cryostat (upto 77K), Polarizing Microscope, Digital Balance (5 decimal), Centrifuge (both low and room temperature), Spin Coater, Dip coater, Tube Furnace (14500C), Vacuum Furnace, Closed Cycle He Cryostat, Spot welding, I-V measurement system, C-V measurement system, Ball Mill, Potentiostat/ Galvanostat, GM counter, Glove box, Digital storage oscilloscope, Spectrum analyzer, Synthesized signal source, PCB design machine, Rotary Vacuum evaporator, Monochromator, Si CCD, Xenon lamp, Lock-in amplifier, Photo Luminescence System, UV-Vis absorption spectrophotometer, Abbe-refractometer, Analog & Digital communication kits, 8085/8086-Trainer kit, Function, Generators,Digital Oscilloscopes and 24 port L3 Switch & many more.

  • Instruments in UG/PG labs:

  • The UG/PG labs of this department house following setups for measurement of: Digital-to-analog and analog-to-digital conversion, e/m of electron, Hall coefficient of a semiconductor material, Hysteresis loop of ferromagnetic materials, Hysteresis Loop of a Ferromagnetic material using an Oscilloscope,Magneto-resistance of a given materials, Electrolytic conduction in ionic crystals, The g-factor determination using ESR spectrometer, Refractive index of different liquid sample by Abbe’ refractometer, LCR Resonance circuit (Series and parallel), Determination of band gap of any given sample, Gaussian beam distribution, Characteristics of P-N junction Diode, Zener diode and LED, P-N junction diode as a rectifier and Zener diode as a voltage regulator, Planck’s constant with Photocell, Magnetoresistance of n-type semiconductor, Stefan’s constant, Franck-Hertz Experiment and many more.
Other Facilities:

Prof. M. S. Sinha Memorial Seminar Hall:

A fully operational seminar hall with projector to conduct departmental seminars and audio visual lectures/presentations.

Student Activities


HOD


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Prof. Ajit Kumar Meikap

Professor & Head

Research Interest :

Low temperature Physics, Polymer nanocomposites

E-mail: ajit.meikap@phy.nitdgp.ac.in

Mobile: 9434788060

Joined the Institute in

Contact Us


Dept. of Physics
NIT Durgapur,
Mahatma Gandhi Avenue,
Durgapur - 713209,
West Bengal,
India.

Office Phone no. : +91 (343) 2546808
Email ID : - phy@nitdgp.ac.in

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