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Syllabus

Dr. Sunil Rohila

1. Publication of Papers/Articles

S.No.

Title of Paper

Author/s

Detail of Publisher

1

Synthesis and characterization of Fe4[Co (CN)6]3.16H2O/SiO2 nano composites by coprecipitation method

Sunil Rohilla, P. Aghamkar, Shyam Sundar and Bhajan Lal

Adv. Mat. Lett. 2013, 4(1), 53-57

2

Investigations on structural and magnetic properties of cobalt ferrite/silica nanocomposites prepared by Coprecipitation method

Sunil Rohilla, Sushil Kumar, P. Aghamkar, S. Sunder and A. Agarwal

J. Magn. Magn. Mater 323 (2011) 897-902

3

Investigations on Structural and Magnetic Characterization of Nickel Ferrite Nanocrystallites Dispersed in Silica Matrix

Sunil Rohilla, P. Aghamkar

Invertis Journal of Science & Technology Vol. 5. No.2, 2012; pp. 85-92

4

Synthesis of Fe4[Fe(CN) 6]3.14H2O nanopowder by co-precipitation technique and effect of heat treatment 

Sunil Rohilla, B. Lal, S. Sunder, P. Aghamkar, S. Kumar  and A. Aggarwal

J. Acta Physica Polonica 118 (2010) 696-700. 

5

Investigations on the properties of solid solutions of pseudo-binary lead chalcogenides

Sushil Kumar, Bhajan Lal, Sunil Rohilla, P. Aghamkar and M. Husain

J. Alloys and Compounds 505 (2010) 135-139

6

Structural studies of annealed Neodymia -Silica composite synthesized by Solgel Technique

Bhajan Lal, Sushil Kumar, P. Aghamkar, S. Rohilla and Dilbag Singh

J. Physica B , 404 (2009) 3452–3456

7

Structural Characterization of Spinel Zinc Aluminate Nanoparticles Prepared By Coprecipitation-Method 

Shyam Sunder,Sunil Rohilla,Sushil Kumar, andPraveen Aghamkar

AIP , 1393 (2011) 123-124

8

Study of Structural and Optical Properties of V2 O5/SiO2 Nanocomposites

Sunil rohilla, Navneet kumari

International Journal Of Scientific research, Volume : 4, Issue : 10 Special Issue Oct- 2015. 168-170

9

Study of structural and optical properties of Nd doped cobalt ferrite

Sunil rohilla, Pinki rani

International Journal Of Scientific research Volume : 4, Issue : 10, Special Issue Oct- 2015, 166-167


2. Publication of Books

S.No.

Title of Book

Author/s

Detail of Publisher

1

Co-precipitation and formation of nano composites

S.Rohilla, P. Aghamkar

Lambert academic publishing, Germany, 2013. (ISBN:978-3-659-32981-4)

2

Proceedings of AICTE sponsored National Seminar on Mathematical Modeling in science and Technology,

Dinesh madan,

Amit Manocha

Sunil Rohilla

Rising star Publications, India, 2012

(ISBN 978-93-81732-05-2)

3

Conference Proceedings of UGC sponsored National Conference on Global Challenges role of sciences and technology in giving there solutions

(Co-edited)

Vipin Parkashan, India, 2016

(ISBN 978-81-909307-3-4)

4

Nanotechnology novel perspectives and Prospects (Peer Reviewed Book pg. no. 265.)

Sunil Rohilla, Navneet Kumari

Mc Graw Hill Education (2014) Editors; Professor Bhupinder Singh Bhoop, Professor Anupama Sharma, Professor SK Mehta and Professor SK Tripathi

5

Nanomaterials and Nanotecnology (Reviewed Book pg. no. 265. pg. no.222)

Sunil Rohilla*, P. Aghamkar, Bhajan Lal and Shyam Sunder Bansal

Editors; Ashutosh Tiwari and P.D. Sahare, VBRI Press ISBN:978-81-920068-3-3, eISBN:978-81-920068-3-5 (DOI: 10.5185/ icnano.ab-2011)

6

Proceedings of UGC sponsored National conference on recent advances in material science (NCRAMS-2012)

S. Rohilla and P. Aghamkar

Editors: Dr K.L. Gosian, Rajesh Arora, Rajni Seth and Dr Devinder Singh R chand & Co. (2012) (ISBN: 81-8045-086-4)


3. Conference / Seminar/ Workshop Attended

S.No.

Name of Activities/ Date

Title of Paper

Name

Organizer

1

April 23-24, 2016

Statistical Analysis And Optimization Of Strain Of Binary Composite Y2o3/Sio2 Prepared By co-precipitation method

Global Challenges role of sciences and technology in giving there solutions (GCRSTS-2016)

TIT&S Bhiwani

2

April 23-24, 2016

Synthesis And Characterization Of Cobalt Ferrite Nanoparticles Prepared By Wet Chemical Method

Global Challenges role of sciences and technology in giving there solutions (GCRSTS-2016)

TIT&S Bhiwani

3

April 23-24, 2016

Synthesis and Characterization Of Neodymium Doped Nikel Ferrite

Global Challenges role of sciences and technology in giving there solutions (GCRSTS-2016)

TIT&S Bhiwani

4

18 August, 2012

Mathematical modelling for efficiency of flat plate collector solar Water heater using programming in C++

National Seminar on Mathematical modeling in science and technology (NSMMST-2012)

TIT&S Bhiwani

5

18 August, 2012

Efficiency analysis of solar water heater with evacuated Tube collector using mathematical modeling

National Seminar on Mathematical modeling in science and technology (NSMMST-2012)

TIT&S Bhiwani

6

25-26 February, 2012

Structural characterization of Ni3[Fe (CN)6]2.xH2O   nano crystallite synthesized by coprecipitation method’

National conference on recent advances in material science (NCRAMS-2012),

Dyal Singh College, Karnal

7

9-11 January 2012

Investigations on structural and magnetic chara. of nickel ferrite nanocrystallites dispersed in silica matrix

Indo Japan Conference on Frontier nanomaterials for energy (FNE-2012),

School of Engineering and Technology, Sharda University, U.P

8

18-21 December 2011

Synthesis and characterization of Fe4[Co(CN)6]3.xH2O/SiO2 Nanocomposite by Co-Precipitation method

International Conference on Nanoscience & Nanotechnology (ICNANO-2011)

University of Delhi, VBRI Press and International Association of Advance Materials (IAAM), Delhi

9

18-21 December 2011

Synthesis and characterization of nickel ferrite nanocrystallite dispersed in silica matrix

International Conference on Nanoscience & Nanotechnology (ICNANO-2011)

University of Delhi, VBRI Press and International Association of Advance Materials (IAAM), Delhi

10

16-18 November 2011

Synthesis and characterization of Fe4[Fe(CN)6]3.xH2O/SiO2 Nanocomposite by Co-Precipitation Technique and Effect of Heat Treatment

International Conference on Current Developments in Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Nano Physics with Applications (CDAMOP-2011),

University of Delhi, Delhi,

11

16-18 November 2011

Structural characterization of MgAl2O4 spinel nanoparticles prepared by coprecipitationMethod

International Conference on Current Developments in Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Nano Physics with Applications (CDAMOP-2011),

University of Delhi, Delhi

12

26-28 Feb 2010

Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy of Fe4[Fe(CN)6]3.14H2O nanopowder prepared by co-precipitation technique

International Multi Conference on Intelligent system & Nanotechnology,

ISTK Yamuna Nagar (Haryana

13

Feb-2007

Synthesis and characterization of molecular magnetic nanoparticles prepared by coprecipitation technique

National conference on nanotechnology

Bhai Mha Singh College of Engineering, Muktsar Punjab


4. Conference / Seminar/ Workshop Organized

S.No.

Name of Activities/ Date

Theme

Organizer

Name of Resource Persons

1

National conference

Global Challenges role of sciences and technology in giving there solutions (GCRSTS-2016)” April 23-24, 2016

TIT&S

Joint Secretary

Prof Assish Agarwal

Prof Ashok Sharma

2

International conference

Advance information communication technology in engineering”

November 22-23, 2013

TIT&S

Organizing member

Prof Rahul Rishi

Prof Ashok Sharma

3

AICTE sponsored national seminar

“Mathematical Modeling in science and technology (NSMMST-2012)” August 18, 2012

TIT&S

Academic Secretary

 

4

National conference

Global Challenges role of sciences and technology in giving there solutions (GCRSTS-2012)” March 3-4, 2012

TIT&S

Co-Convener

Prof Nawal Kishore

Prof P Aghamkar

5. Guest Lectures held in the Department

S.No.

Name of Activities

Topic of Lecture

Name

Organizer

         

6. Guest Lecture Delivered

S.No.

Name of Activities

Topic of lecture

Name

Organizer

         

7. Research Project

S.No.

Title of Project

Duration

Amount (Rs.)

Name of Funding Agencies

         

8. Staff Development Programme/ Faculty Development Programme Organised

S.No.

Name of Programme/ Date (Duration)

Theme

Organizer

Sponsoring Agencies

         

9. Staff Development Programme/ Faculty Development Programme Attended

S.No.

Name of Programme/ Date (Duration)

Theme

Organizer

Sponsoring Agencies

1

Two Weeks Short Term Training Programme (6June -17June 2016)

Research Methodology

NITTTR Chandigarh through ICT

AICTE

2

one week Short Terrm Course

(from 21/04/2014 to 25/04/2014)

Intellectual Property Rights and patenting’

Entrepreneurship development and industrial co-ordination department (through ICT)

AICTE

3

Three weeks, Refresher Course (May 01, 2013 to May 21, 2013

Physics

UGC-ACADEMIC STAFF COLLEGE, GJUS&T,Hisar-125 001 (Haryana)

UGC

4

  1. 4 weeks from 13/12/2010 to 11/01/2011

Orientation Program

UGC-ASC.   B. P. S Mahila Vishwavidyalaya, Khanpur Kalan (Sonipat).

UGC

5

  1. 2 weeks Faculty development Program from 06/07/2009 to 18/07/2009

‘Role of Modern Teaching Tools’

JCDM College of Engineering, Sirsa.

AICTE

6

  1. One week Short Term Program
  2. from 06/11/2006 to 10/11/2006

‘Nanoscience and Nanotechnology’

NITTTR, Chandigarh.

AICTE


10. Faculty Details

S.No.

Name

Qualification

Experience (Teaching       Industry       Total)

Ares of Speculation

1

Dr Sunil Rohilla

Ph.D. Physics

16

Physics (Materials Science, Experimental Physics specially synthesis of nano-crystallite and nano-composites, Structural, Magnetic and Optical Characterization and analysis)

11. Membership of Professional Bodies

S.No.

Name

Name of

Professional Bodies

Duration

Yearly/ 5 Years/ Life

       

12. Academic Result

S.No.

Name

Class

Subject

Result

         

13. Awards/ Recognition to Faculty

S.No.

Name

Awards/ Recognitions

Level

State/National

1

Sunil Kumar

Dr srvapalli Radha Krishnan, best teacher certificate for doing good work and conduct in 2012-13 by Netaji Subash Chandra Yuva Jagriti Simiti, Haryana

State

2

Sunil Kumar

Akhil Bhartiya Tera Panth Yuvak prishad recognize for conducting Blood donation Camp

State /District

3

Sunil Kumar

Green society acknowledge services and cooperation for elimination of environmental nuisances

State/ District


14. Consultancy Assignment

S.No.

Name of Faculty

Organization

Amount

Year

         

15. Placement Records

S.No.

Year

Name of Recruiters

Name of Students

CTC

         

16. Brief about faculty within 150-200 words.

TO WHOM SO EVER IT MAY CONCERN

I feel pleasure   in certifying that I have known Dr.Sunil Rohilla for the last many years. He

has done his Ph.D. from our Department. I deem the potential of Dr Sunil Rohilla as scholarly academician and as a dedicated researcher. To the best of my knowledge he is a man of conviction with a strong integrity. Dr. Rohilla is a scintillating lecturer and very mature Physicists. He has contributed a lot in teaching through his innovative and excellent teaching style and deep understanding of the subject. Apart from teaching Physics he has been engaged in delivering lectures on national issues. His nationalistic approach inspires him to travel an extra mile by taking additional pain and consequently I found him working on many platforms with the humanistic approach. It is needless to mention that he is original in thinking and painstaking in work with excellent abilities and potential.

Dr. Rohilla did his Ph.D. (Physics) from GJUS&T, Hisar in 2012. He has worked as Research

Associate in SOTL Ltd. Aurangabad Maharastra from 2001 to 2004 during this period he has been involved in Installation of MCVD plant for production of Optical fiber. He also worked on Installation of hydrogen production plant with Scientist and Engineers of STUART Energy, Canada. He has published extensively around 26 research papers in various National/International Journals and Conferences.He is actively involved in research in the Field of nano science and nanotechnology. He has contributed in the development of a material science laboratory in the Department of physics, GJUS&T, Hisar. He has   also written a book on Co-precipitation and formation of nanocomposites. Dr. Rohilla is actively engaged in research and organized two national conferences.

With this multi-dimensional work experience, I strongly believe that such a person will be asset for any Department anywhere in the world. Turning to his personal qualities, he is a man who gets along easily with his colleagues and is capable of working in a group. Quite affable, he will carry out his duties efficiently and painstakingly.

I wish him all success in every frontier of his career.

(Professor Nawal Kishore)

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