Highlights of the Department
- Students secured 1st rank in the university from the beginning of the Honours course i.e 1988 batch.
- A Comprehensive Report of NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM on “Ethics in Science and Technology”
The Department of Physics conducted Poster competition on 13.03.2023 based on the theme “Women and Glass Ceiling” under the Women’s Day celebration Ojaswini 2.0.
Undergraduate students of 2nd and 4th semester participated in the competition in groups. The event was judged by Dr. Piyush Kumar Rai , Assistant Professor, Department of Botany, PWC and Dr. Kavita Verma,Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, PWC.
The winners of the competition were :
1st position- code no PC03: Richa, Aditi, Akanksha Mishra, Khushboo, Shreya Shristi.
2nd position- code no PC 06:Manisha Kumari, Vandana, Swati, Naina Kumari, Ritu ,Swastika Sinha.
3rd position-code no PC 08: Kaushiki Kumari, Aprajita Kumari, Ananya Pandey, Shreya Singh, Tulika Rani.
A “Personality Class” was conducted by the Department of Physics on 13th February, 2023 at 12:00 PM in offline mode for the undergraduate Semester 4 students. Dr. Amrita , Assistant Professor, Department of Physics addressed the students present and introduced the theme of this personality class and its value in our life. The program continued with a video which was shown to the students. It was about a “Perspective of a differently abled person and a able bodied beggar”. Through the video the students learnt that it all depends on how we look at things and not on how things are in themselves. Just like in the video was showed a differently abled person who works hard for his livelihood. He was also a kind person who helped others. And on the other side there was a able bodied beggar who begged every passer by. This reflected the perspective of both the persons. We can change our life by changing our thoughts. Everyone should have positive approach towards life and work for our livelihood. We must be grateful for what we have because someone needs that.
The class concluded by discussion and interaction with the students about what they learnt and how they can change way of thinking.
A programme on “Personality Class” was organized by the Department of Physics, on 25th January, 2023 at 4:00 PM to highlight the significance of personality development. The undergraduate students of Physics Department attended the online session of Personality class on Zoom platform. Dr. Rohit Singh, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics addressed the students present and introduced the theme of the personality class and its importance in the present times. Thereafter, the program continued with a video which was played online by Dr. Rohit Singh. At last, there was a question-answer session in which the students actively participated.
An online “Personality Class” was conducted by the Department of Physics, on 27th January, 2023 at 4:30 PM for the undergraduate Semester- 4 students of Physics Department. Dr. Amrita, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics addressed the students present and introduced the theme of the personality class and its importance in the present times. Thereafter, the program continued with a video which was played online by Dr. Amrita . At last, there was a question-answer session in which the students actively participated.
In today’s world which is full of rush and competition, people sometimes forget their moral values. It cannot be denied that today people are acknowledged by their success but on the other hand they they are also appreciated by the courtesy they give.
From the video, it was clearly visible how miserably the lady used to treat her father-in-law. She forgot that whatever her husband was, all due to her Father-in-law. In our society, it is transparent how the daughters-in -law treat their in-laws . This is really heart-breaking. An ideal woman is one who holds her family and share a good bond with them. She should always treat her in-laws with same love and care that she gives to her own parents. One should always remember that whatever we are today is all because of our parents and should give love and respect to them. Parents are the guardian angels for all of us and they need love and care.
Dept of Physics, Patna Women’s College celebrated Fresher’s Day 2022 with great zeal and excitement.The program started with prayer dance and welcoming the audience with a welcome song. Poems were presented which were based on “hope” and “teenage life”. A group bollywood dance was performed on Punjabi theme. Dr. Aparajita Krishna, HOD Dept of Physics and dean faculty of Science, Guest of Honour, Dr. Manjula Sushila, Head Dept of Hindi and Ms. Samiksha Sinha addressed the audience and applauded the
performances. The event was co-ordinated by Dr. Kavita Verma, Ms. Riekshika Sanwari, Dr. Rohit Singh, Mr. Dharmendra Rai and seniors of Semester V
A ‘Career Counselling Session’ was organized by the Department of Physics, Patna Women’s College (Autonomous) on 21 January, 2023. The event was sincerely patronised by Dr. Sister M. Rashmi A.C., Principal, Patna Women’s College. The program was convened by Dr. Aprajita Krishna, Dean, Science and Head, Department of Physics, Patna Women’s College. Dr. Kavita Verma was the Organizing Secretary. More than 500 students registered out of which more than 300 participants attended the online event. The Resource persons were Mr. Animesh Kishore, Digital and Analytics Expert, IIM Lucknow and Mr. Sudhir Mishra, Talent Acquisition leader/TedX Speaker, Cornell University. They inspired the students to learn more and acquire new abilities while providing fantastic career ideas. It was a very remarkable lesson that inspired participants in a variety of ways.
The online event commenced with a welcome address by Dr. Aprajita Krishna, the convener, where she extended her gratitude to the Principal, Dr. Sister M. Rashmi A.C. for providing an online platform and encouraging organisation of such events. Further, she introduced the honourable resources persons.
Both the sessions were open to students for questions at the end. The students were taking keen interest in asking their queries.
Vote of thanks was delivered by Ms. Riekshika Sanwari. The participants were thankful to the patrons, convenors and event organisers for giving them this platform .The event was a resounding success.
Farewell for Msc Physics
The Department of Physics, Patna Women’s College, organised a programme to bid adieu to the PG students of session 2020-2022 on 28.05.2022. This programme was organised by the PG students of the second semester of the department. The students presented a short cultural programme for their seniors. It consisted of a welcome song, welcome address by the Head of the Department, speech and recitation of a self composed poem and a group song. The outgoing students shared their feelings and experiences of the past two years in the college and department. The faculties of the department also shared their experiences and views about the outgoing students and wished them good luck for their future endeavours. All the Faculty and staff members of the department of Physics were present on the occasion.
Dept of physics organised poster making competition on yoga day
Personality Class – B.Sc. IInd Semester
Date : 07th April, 2022
Value Education Based on “Maa Sindhu Tai”
A Science Setu Talk was organised by Patna Women’s College, Autonomous in collaboration with National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi, on February 15, 2022. The talk was given by Dr. Debasisa Mohanty, Scientist VII, National Institute of Immunology. The topic of the talk was “ Brief Overview of Computational Approaches for Prediction of Biomolecular Structure & Functions”. The talk was organised through online platform, Zoom. A total of ca. 210 participants joined for the talk. The talk provided a brief glimpse on computational techniques in modelling of proteins, their three-dimensional structures based on their sequencing and comparison on conventional ab initio and comparative methods based on applications of evolving artificial intelligence into the calculations/simulations.
A PowerPoint competition was organised to celebrate International Day for elimination of violence against women in the department of Physics Patna Women’s College
Virtual Patriotic Song Competition
A Two-Day Webinar on June 17th & 18th, 2020
department of Physics has conducted an international webinar on 14 , 15 of may
resource person was Dr Anamika prasad state University of South Dacota and teachers of department
Hands on training workshop on instrumentation by central research lab resource person Mr. Sumeet for Bsc 3rd semester students Dept of Physics
Dept of physics organised a hands on training workshop on aircraft maintenance engineering at aeronoutics department patna airport under dbt star scheme for first year students
|1.||Major Project||Name of the Faculty||Year|
|i||Spectroscopic Characterization of Ashokan Pillars in India||Dr. Aprajita Krishna||Completed|
|ii||Development of BaTiO3 ferroelectric ceramics for device application||Dr. Kavita Verma||2012(Completed)|
|2.||Minor Projects||Name of the Faculty||Year|
|i||Synthesis and Electrical Properties of BZT Ceramics||Dr. Surabhi Prasad||Completed|
|ii||Study of Composition and Annealing Temperature effect on structural, Electrical and Magnetic properties of Some rare earth ions substituted Ferrite Nanoparticles||Dr. Rakesh Kumar Singh||Completed|
Non Teaching Staff
Mrs. Regina Soren
Mr. Samir Tirkey