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Basic Science & Humanities

As it is the bed rock of engineering, it facilitates learning among students to understand the structure, electrical and chemical properties of Electrical and Electronic materials. It further helps to understand properties of metals and alloys, composition of alloys, its stability, and reactivity etc. The department is equipped with state-of-art instruments required to carry out modern day chemistry and Physics. The students are provided a comprehensive practical exposure to the various instrumental techniques required for their studies.

Whereas, Basic Sciences form a bridge between basic sciences and engineering, Humanities is actively engaged in teaching ‘English for Professional Communication’, General Proficiency, Engineering Economics and Human Values papers. It has Language Laboratories to develop communication skills as well. The Department assists in conducting different technical programme and work shop in different departments. Overall, the department provides value-based knowledge and liberal and scientific education to budding engineers so that they can become professionals with a different competency and outlook to face the challenges ahead in every walk of life.

Vision
  • To prepare students for engineering studies.
  • To provide value-based knowledge and liberal and scientific education.
  • To make the students linguistically and generally proficient.
Mission
  • To foster scientific acumen and temper in the budding engineers.
  • To ensure over all development in terms of subjective competence and personality.

Faculty Details

Name : Dr Sarita Kumari

Designation : Assistant Professor

Experience : 10 years in research + 9 years in teaching

Qualification : M. Sc, PhD

Name : Dr. DOLLY CHAKRABORTY

Designation : Assistant Professor

Experience : Academic – 10 Years (2007 – 2017), Research – 8 Years (1997 – 2005), Industrial - 1 Year (Jan 2004 - Dec 2004)

Area of Interest : Applied Chemistry

Field of Research : Waste Management by different hydrometallurgical route

e-mail : sarita-rajeev07@rediffmail.com

Publication (Recent First) :

    List of publications in Journal:
  • Sarita Kumari, A. Agrawal, D. Bagchi, B. D. Pandey and V. Kumar, Synthesis of copper metal/ salts from copper bleed solution of a copper plant, 2006, v.- 27, p.-159-175,MP & EMR Journal
  • A. Agrawal, Sarita Kumari, D. Bagchi, V. Kumar and B. D. Pandey, Recovery of copper powder from copper bleed electrolyte of an Indian copper smelter by electrolysis, 2007, v. 20(1), p.-95-97, Mineral Engineering Journal
  • A. Agrawal, Sarita Kumari, D. Bagchi, V. Kumar and B. D. Pandey, Hydrogen reduction of copper bleed solution from an Indian copper smelter for producing high purity copper powders, 2006, v.-84, p.-218-224, Hydrometallurgy Journal.
  • A. Agrawal, Sarita Kumari, B. C. Ray and K. K. Sahu, Extraction of acid and iron value from sulphate waste pickle liquor of a steel industry by solvent extraction route,2007, v.- 88, p.- 58-66, Hydrometallurgy Journal.
  • A. Agrawal, D. Bagchi , Sarita Kumari, , V. Kumar and B. D. Pandey, Recovery of nickel powder from copper bleed electrolyte of an Indian copper smelter by electrolysis, Powder Technology, 2007, v. -177, p. 133-139.
  • A. Agrawal, Sarita Kumari and K. K. Sahu, Liquid – liquid extraction of sulphuric acid from zinc bleed stream, 2009, v.-92, p.42-47,Hydrometallurgy Journal.
  • A . Agrawal, D. Bagchi , Sarita Kumari, and B. D. Pandey, An overview of process option and behavioral aspects of the copper values recovered from Copper Bleed Stream of a copper smelter developed at NML, 2009, v.- 30, p. 136-162, Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy Review Journal.
  • A. Agrawal, Sarita Kumari, and K. K. Sahu, Iron and copper recovery/ Removal from industrial wastes:- A Review, 2009, v.-48, p.6145-6161, Industrial & Engg. Chemistry research Journal.
  • Archana Agrawal, D. Bagchi, S. Kumari, V. Kumar and B. D. Pandey, Hydrogen reduction of bleed stream of an Indian copper industry to produce nickel powder, Material Letters, 62(17-18), 2880-2882, 2008 (1.940)
  • Archana Agrawal, M. K. Manoj, S. Kumari, D. Bagchi, V. Kumar and B. D. Pandey, Extractive separation of copper and nickel from copper bleed stream by solvent extraction route, Mineral Engineering, 21(15) (2008) 1126-1130, (1.333).
  • Archana Agrawal ,Sarita kumari,M.Parveen,&K.K.Sahu,Exploitation of copper bleed stream for the extraction &Recovery of copper and nickel by Bis(2,4,4trimethylpenty) phosphinic acid ,Mineral processing and Extractive metallurgy Review.Rev-33(2012),339-351.

  • Projects Conducted:
  • Treatment of Copper Bleed Solution for extraction of metals and acid by Solvent Extraction.

Qualification : M.Sc (Chemistry, Physical Chemistry specialization), Ph.D ( Process Metallurgy)

Area of Interest :Fe- Alloy Processing, Iron & Steel Making

Field of Research : Reduction Kinetics of Chromite Ore

e-mail : dollychak_2k1@yahoo.co.in

Member of Professional Body : Ex- member Indian Institute of Metals (IIM), Jamshedpur Chapter

Publication (Recent First) :

    Patent:
  • A Process for the Recovery of Chromium from Chromote Ore at Low Temperature, 0800DEL, 2002, CSIR, New Delhi. Dolly Chakraborty, S. Ranganathan
  • International Publications:
  • Investigations on Kinetics of Reduction of Chromite Ore Dolly Chakraborty, S. Ranganathan, S. N. Sinha; Materials and Metallurgical Transaction B, vol. 36B, August 2005, pg437-444.
  • Influence of Argon Flow rate on Reduction of Chromite Ore Dolly Chakraborty S. Ranganathan, S. N. Sinha; Materials and Metallurgical Transaction B, vol. 41B, February 2010, pg10
  • Determination of Carbidic Carbon in steel Dolly Ghosh et. al ; Talanta 49, 1999, pg41-45.
  • National publications:
  • Kinetics of Reduction of Iron in Chromite Ore by Carbon Dolly Chakraborty, S. Ranganathan, S. N. Sinha; Metals, Materials and Processes, vol. 16, No. 2-3, 2004, pg199-208.
  • Kinetics of Reduction of Chromium in Chromite ore Dolly Chakraborty, S. Ranganathan, S. N. Sinha; Trans. IIM, vol. 56, No.4, Aug 2003, pg 335-339.
  • Reduction Kinetics of Iron and Chromium in Chromite ore Dolly Chakraborty, S. Ranganathan, S. N. Sinha; J. of Metallurgy and Material Science, vol. 44, No.1, 2002, pg1-13.
  • Paper Presented in International Seminar
  • Influence of Temperature and Particle Size on Reduction of Chromite Ore, Dolly Chakraborty, S. Ranganathan, S. N. Sinha; INFACON XI, Vol 1, Feb18-21. 2007, pp145-152.
  • Reduction Of Chromite Ore at Different Flow Rate Of Inert Gas, Dolly Chakraborty,; INFACON XI, Vol 1, Feb18-21. 2007, pp154-158.
  • Paper Presented in National Seminar
  • Kinetics of Reduction of Indian Chromite Ore – A Review Dolly Chakraborty, S. Ranganathan, S. N. Sinha; S. Ranaganathan, S.N. Sinha ;Abstract presented in NMD- ATM, Bhubaneswar, 2001.
  • Kinetics of Reduction of Chromium in Chromite ore Dolly Chakraborty, S. Ranganathan, S. N. Sinha; Best Paper Award of the National Seminar for Research Scholar, 2002, IIT, Madras.

  • Projects Conducted:
  • Solubility Relations in HSLA Steel.
  • Investigation on Kinetics of Reduction of Indian Chromite Ore with Different Proportion of Coke at Low Temperature.
  • Understanding the Reduction Behavior of Chromite Ore with Different Proportion of Coke at Low Temperature.

Name : RATAN KUMAR SHARMA

Designation : Assistant Professor

Experience : 9 YEARS

Qualification : M.Sc. & CSIR NET

Name : Anil Kumar Yadav

Designation : Lecturer

Experience : 07 Years

Qualification : M.Sc. , M. Phil. , Ph.D. (Pursing)

Area of Interest : REAL ANALYSIS & ABSTRCT ALGEBRA

Field of Research : FUIED MECHANICS

e-mail : rks.bacet@gmail.com

Area of Interest : Applied Mathematics

Field of Research : Partial Cone Metric Space

e-mail : anilmath88@gmail.com

Name : MISS ISHITA GHOSH

Designation : Lecturer

Experience : MORE THAN NINE YEARS

Qualification : M.Sc (PHYSICS) ,Ph.D (pursuing)

Name : MISS SOMA GHOSH

Designation : Lecturer

Experience : MORE THAN EIGHT YEARS.

Qualification : M.Sc (Physics)

Area of Interest : Electronics, Mathematical Physics, Classical Mechanics, Relativity

Field of Research : Solidification defects.

e-mail : igphysics18@gmail.com

Area of Interest : OPTICS, ELECTRONICS.

e-mail : sghosh.quest@gmail.com

Name : Dr. Raja Ram Thakur

Designation : Asst. Professor

Experience : 8 years

Qualification : M.A (English)B. Ed, Ph. D

Name : Dr. Manoj Kumar Pathak

Designation : Lecturer (English)

Experience : 6 years

Qualification : M.A. (Double)—English, PhD

Area of Interest : Postcolonial Literature, Linguistics & Language Teaching.

Field of Research : Quest for Identity in Postcolonial Literature.

e-mail : rjrm75@gmail.com

Publication (Recent First) :

  • Thakur, Raja Ram. “The Theme Quest for Identity in The Glass Palace: A Study”. Ispatika (A National Journal of Literature). Jamshedpur. Volume-1 Issue-1, 2011. Print.
  • Thakur, Raja Ram. “The Plight of Peasants depicted in the Novels of Amitav Ghosh vis a vis The Glass Palace, The Hungry Tide and Sea of Poppies”. Ispatika (A National Journal of Literature). Jamshedpur. Volume-1, Issue VI, 2014. Print.
  • Thakur, Raja Ram. “The Hungry Tide: An Ethnic Study of Quest for Identity”. The Challenge (An International Journal of Art, Culture, Language & Literature). Jamshedpur. 2014. ISSN: 2278-9499. Print.
  • Thakur, Raja Ram. “Building Bridges: A Bouquet of Trans-boarder Poems”. The Renaissance Man Rob Harle: Subtitle: A Study of His Artistic Universe. New Delhi: Authorspress, ISBN: 2015. Print.

Area of Interest : Postcolonial Narratives, Aesthetics of Narratives, Nation and Nationalism, Indian Philosophy, Youth and Education, Folk-Culture, ELT, Linguistics

Field of Research : Postcolonial Narratives, Aesthetics of Narratives

e-mail : mkp4ujsr@gmail.com

Member of Professional Body : Editors’ Guild of India, Sahitya Akademi, Eastern Zone, Nikhil Bharat Banga Sahitya Sammelan, Nandini Paathchakra, Dhaka, Singhbhum Zila Hindi Sahitya Sammelan

Publication (Recent First) :

  • Pathak, Manoj Kumar. “Ecocriticism: Literary Voice to Ecocrisis”. Anuchintan: A National Refereed Research Journal. Vol. 1. No.1, 2012. ISSN: 2249-9156. Print.
  • Pathak, Manoj Kumar.“Personality: Bhogla Soren”. Ispatika: A National Research Journal of Language, Literature and Culture Studies. Vol. 1. Year 2, Jan-June 2012. ISSN: 2231-4806. Print.
  • Pathak, Manoj Kumar. “Restlessness and Search for Home in The Circle of Reason”. The Discourse: A Refereed Quarterly Research Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences. Vol. 02. No. 3-4, 2013. ISSN: 2278-0920. Print.
  • Pathak, Manoj Kumar. “Bollywood Geet aur Geetkaar: Tab aur Ab”. Ispatika: A National Research Journal of Language, Literature and Culture Studies. Vol. 5. Year 3, Jan-June 2013. ISSN: 2231-4806. Print.
  • Pathak, Manoj Kumar. “The Shadow Lines: A Novel Raising and depicting Universal Postcolonial Issues and Predicaments”. New Fiction Journal: An International Refereed Annual. Vol. 4. 2013. ISSN: 0978-6863. Print.
  • Pathak, Manoj Kumar. “Manhood, Grasshood and Birdhood: An Anthology of Assorted Poetry”. Kohinoor: An International Literary Journal of Creative and Critical Writings in English. Vol. 15. No. 01, 2014. ISSN: 0973-6395. Print.
  • Pathak, Manoj Kumar. “Agriculture in Jharkhand: Mobile Service as a Tool to Resolve some Productivity Problems”. The Signage: An International Refereed Research Journal of Education & Social Sciences. Vol. 2. No. 1, Jan-June 2014. ISSN: 2321-6530. Print.
  • Pathak, Manoj Kumar. “The Circle of Reason: Marking a Break-through in Matter and Manner”. The Discourse: A Refereed Quarterly Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol. 4. No. 1-4, 2015. ISSN: 2278-0920. Print.
  • Pathak, Manoj Kumar.“Representation of the Marginals: Reconstruction of Identities in the Novels of Amitav Ghosh”. Ispatika: A National Research Journal of Language, Literature and Culture Studies. Vol. 10. Year 5, Jul-Dec. 2015. ISSN: 2231-4806. Print.
  • Pathak, Manoj Kumar. “Fiction with Historical Backdrops with Special References to Amitav Ghosh”. Das Literarisch: An International Journal of English Literary Studies and Creative Writings. Vol. 2. No. 1, 2016. ISSN: 2454-4647. Print.

  • Chapter in Book:
  • Pathak, Manoj Kumar. “Educational Goals and Eternal Values: A Beacon to Social Peace and Development”. Emerging Issues and Challenges in Education Vol. 4. Eds. Anamika Rajput, Garima Tyagi, Kanchan Saxena. New Delhi: Radha Publications, 2012. ISBN: 81-7487-810-6. Print.
  • Pathak, Manoj Kumar. “Voices from Margins: Reconstruction of Identities in the Novels of Amitav Ghosh”. Mirror Cultura. Eds. Tridib Kumar Goswami and Manoj Kumar Pathak. Assam: Purbottar Prakashan, 2016. ISBN: 978-93-81669-89-1. Print.

  • International / National Seminars:
  • Presented a Paper entitled “Role of RTI in Higher Education” in a UGC Sponsored Interdisciplinary National Seminar on Vartaman Shaikshik Chunoutiyan wa Suchana ka Adhikar held on 19th November, 2011 Kashi Hindu Vishwavidyalaya, Varanasi.
  • Presented a Paper entitled “Vivekananda’s Concept of Social Order: An Outline” in a UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Swami Vivekananda and Today’s India held during 29th-30th January, 2012 at Department of Bengali, R.S.P. College, Dhanbad.
  • Presented a Paper entitled “An Eco-centric View: Knowledge and Practice of Ethno-medicine in Tribal culture” in a UGC Sponsored Interdisciplinary National Seminar on Folklore and Cultural Diversity in Tribal Areas of India held during 14th-15th February, 2012 at Department of Odia, The Graduate School College for Women, Jamshedpur.
  • Presented a Paper entitled “Role of Ghazal in Indian Classical Music: A Vitalizing Agent” in a UGC Sponsored Interdisciplinary National Seminar on Shastriya Sangeet ka Badalta Swarup evam ismey Yuva Kalakaron ki Bhumika held during 20th-21th April, 2012 at Department of Music, Jamshedpur Women’s College, Jamshedpur.
  • Presented a Paper entitled “Educational Goals and Values: A Beacon to Social Peace and Development” in a UGC Sponsored Interdisciplinary International Seminar on Emerging Issues and Challenges in Education held during 9th – 11th June, 2012 at Department of Education, Nayab Abbasi Girls (PG) College, Amroha, Uttar Pradesh.
  • Presented a Paper entitled “Voices from Margins: Reconstruction of Identities in the Novels of Amitav Ghosh” in a UGC Sponsored International Seminar on Interfacing Language and Literature held during 12th – 13th October, 2014 at Department of Humanities, MJP Rohilkhand University, Bereily, Uttar Pradesh.
  • Presented a Paper entitled “Questioning the Idea of Nationhood: A Comparative Study of The Shadow Lines and Kanta Tarer Prajapati” in a UGC Sponsored International Seminar on Bengali Novels of Two Neighbouring Countries (India and Bangladesh) held during 6th – 7th October, 2015 at University Department of Bengali, Ranchi University, Ranchi.
  • Presented a Paper entitled “Questioning the Concept of Border: A Study of The Shadow Lines” in a UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Remapping History and (Con) Textualising Literature: The Tragedy of Partition and the Fictional Narratives of Indian Subcontinent held during 26th – 28th November, 2016 at Department of English, Karim City College, Jamshedpur.

  • EDITORSHIP:-
  • The Challenge (An International Bi-Annual Journal of Art, Culture, Language & Literature- ISSN: 2278-9499. Print) The Signage (An International Journal of Education & Social Sciences) ISSN: 2321-6530.Print.

  • BOOKS OF POETRY
  • The Primary Gift (English Poetry) 2002.
  • Pratham Uphar (Bengali Poetry) 2004.
  • Shagufa-e-Aajiz (Urdu Ghazal) 2006.
  • Tum Yaad Rahe (Urdu Ghazal) 2010.
  • Kheyal (Bengali Poetry) 2011.
  • Priye (Hindi Poetry) 2012.
  • Titki (Kurmali Poetry) 2012.
  • Anuranan (Bengali poems translated into Hindi) 2016.