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Research & Development

The department strives for providing quality education through cutting edge technologies and innovative teaching techniques to create next generations of Engineers and Scientists. This department participate in the various branches of B.Tech. program by offering courses in Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Professional Communication and Humanities. These courses play a vital role in engineering by imparting basic inputs among undergraduate students to create a good base for further engineering education.

Department provides well-equipped laboratories in the field of Physics, Chemistry and English Language, where students are directed to practically implement the principles/ideas which are taught in class for the better development of the understanding of the subjects.

Our highly motivated and experienced team of faculty members are dedicated to achieve academic excellence by imparting quality education and leadership skills to students. In addition, they are actively involved in research and development activities and continually working towards to modify/upgrade research laboratories as per their current diverse research interests. They regularly published their research outcomes to the known journals in their respective fields. Furthermore, various expert talks, seminars and training programs are also organized by the Department for the benefit of the students and faculty members. Some funded research projects have also been undertaken by the department.

Some Research Publications (Last Three Years)

  1. Singh T., Ali R. An identity based multi-receiver generalized signcryption scheme, Asian Journal of Applied Sciences, 2018, 06 (04): 175-184.
  2. Singh T., Ali R., An efficient identity based generalized signcryption scheme in standard Model, International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews, 2018, 5 (6): 797-801.
  3. Rastogi M., Singh, S.R., Kushwah, P , Tayal, S., An EOQ model with variable holding cost and partial backlogging under credit limit policy and cash discount, Uncertain Supply Chain Management, 2017, 5(1): 27–42.
  4. Rastogi M, Singh, S.R , Kushwah, P , Tayal, S., Two warehouse inventory policy with price dependent demand and deterioration under partial backlogging, Decision Science Letters, 2017 6(1): 11–22.
  5. Rastogi M., Singh S.R. A production inventory model for deteriorating products with selling price dependent consumption rate and shortages under inflationary environment, International Journal of Procurement Management, 2018, 11(1): 36–52.
  6. Rastogi M., Singh, S.R , Kushwah, P., An inventory model for non-instantaneous deteriorating products having price sensitive demand and partial backlogging of occurring shortages, International Journal of Operations and Quantitative Management, 2018 , 24(1): 59–73.
  7. Rastogi M., Singh S.R., An inventory system for varying deteriorating pharmaceutical items with price-sensitive demand and variable holding cost under partial backlogging in healthcare industries, Sādhanā, 2019, 44(4): Article ID 0095.
  8. Rastogi M., Singh S.R., A pharmaceutical inventory model for varying deteriorating items with price sensitive demand and partial backlogging under the effect of learning, International Journal of Applied and Computational Mathematics, 2019, 5(3) Article-74.
  9. Pandey R. K., Vaish B., Optimal Inventory Policy for Deteriorating Items with Seasonal Demand under the Effect of Price Discounting on Lost Sale, IOSR Journal of Mathematics, 2017, 13(3):35-42.
  10. Pandey R. K., Singh S R, Vaish B., Tayal S., An EOQ model with quantity incentive strategy for deteriorating items and partial backlogging, Uncertain Supply Chain Management, 2017, 5:132-142.
  11. Vaish B., Pandey R. K ., Optimal Pricing Policy for a Manufacturing Inventory Model with Two Production Rates under the effect of Quantity Incentive, International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, 2017, 13(7):65-74.
  12. Pandey R. K., Vaish B., Imperfect Production Inventory Model with Stock Dependent Demand and Price Discount Offer on Items of Minor Defect in Reworking, International Journal of Engineering Research and Application, 2017, 7(9):43-52
  13. Vaish B., Pandey R. K., Optimal Pricing Policy for Deteriorating Items with Variable Demand Rate and Offering Backorder Discount, International Journal of Engineering Science and Invention, 2017, 6(9):50-58.
  14. Pandey R. K., Vaish B., Optimizing Inventory Policy for Seasonal Products with Trade Credit and Price Discounts for Shelf Life items and Backorders, International Journal of Advance Research in Science and Engineering, 2017, 6(12): 862-870.
  15. Gupta V., Rassias T. M., Pandey E., On genuine Lupac {s}-Beta operators and modulus of continuity, Int. J. Nonlinear Anal. Appl., 2017 8(1) :23-32.
  16. Kumar P., Debnath S., Rao N.V.S., Sinha and A., Nanodoping: a route for enhancing electro-optic performance of bent core nematic system, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 2018, 30: 095101.
  17. Kumar P., Sinha A., Electro-optical properties of carbon nanotubes doped ferroelectric liquid crystal", Journal of integrated ferroelectric, 2018, 186 :71-76.
  18. Malik H.K., Tyagi j., Sharma D., Growth of Rayleigh instability in a Hall thruster channel having dust in exit region, AIP Advances 2019, 9: 055220.
  19. Tyagi J., Sharma D., Malik H.K., Discussion on Rayleigh equation obtained for a Hall thruster plasma with dust, Journal of Theoretical and Applied Physics, 2018, 12: 227.
  20. Tyagi J., Singh S., Malik H.K., Effect of dust on tilted electrostatic resistive instability in a Hall thruster, Journal of Theoretical and Applied Physics, 2018,12:39.
  21. Gupta V., Agarwal A., Singh M.K., Singh N.B., Removal of red RB Dye from aqueous solution by Belpatra Bark Charcoal adsorbent, Journal of material and Environmental sciences, 2017, 8 (10): 3654-3665.
  22. Gupta V., Agarwal A., Singh M.K., Singh N.B., Kali sawdust charcoal: A low cost adsorbent for removal of textile dyes from aqueous solution, S N applied sciences a springer nature journal, 2019 (Accepted).
  23. Hasnain S., Rasool R., Nishat N. Antimicrobial Polyurea: Synthesis, Spectral and Thermal Overview of Some New Metal Polychelates, Advances In Polymer Technology, 2017, 36 (2): 196-202.
  24. Gupta S., Vartman Shiksha Vyawastha Mein Mulya Adharit shiksha ki Awashyakta, Cosmos Journal of Education AAHANA 2018, 6.
  25. Gupta S., Algae is Future Source of Energy for Sustainability, Innovation in Agriculture Environment & Health, Research for Ecological Restoration, 2019 :373-376.

Research Oriented Development Activities

  • Some laboratories are being upgraded for research and development activity
  • Mathematical Computing Lab is being set up
  • Few projects have been submitted to National Agencies for funding.

Funded project

S. No. PI Project Title Scheme & Funding Agency Amount Sanctioned Date of Sanction Years of approval Present status
1 Dr. Manoj Kumar Singh Ambient Air Quality Monitoring in Hapur City Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board 8.72 Lakh 05-03-2021 01 year Running (Extended for the year 2021-2022)