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Brief History:

Department of Physics has been established at the same time when St. Xavier’s college was founded in 1988 AD to run the Intermediate of Science (I. Sc.) program. In Intermediate of Science (I. Sc.) program, Physics is one of the major subjects along with Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. The Bachelor and Master program in physics was initiated in 2002 and 2007 AD respectively. Physics is an elective paper in B.Sc. CSIT as well which was run in 2007AD. In Master level, department offers four elective papers: Solid State Physics, Biomedical Physics, Plasma Physics and Astrophysics. In addition to this, Physics department facilitates dissertation and project for undergraduate and graduate students. We are also planning to extend researches in collaboration with national and international Universities. The department of physics here, in St. Xavier’s College, has been upgrading its resources and technologies by closely looking into its possible challenges.

Besides curriculum, department of Physics offers various research based activities. The department continues to grow every day in order to underline Physics as an exciting paper; the department has got a team of talented, enthusiastic and highly imaginative faculties. Their tireless commitment to the intellectual growth of the student is praiseworthy.

The department offers following facilities:

  • Well-equipped lab
  • Separate Research lab
  • Class room with Multi media

The department offers following activities:

  • Weekly seminar
  • Monthly guest lecture

Vision/ Mission

In order to promote research activities in our country, St. Xavier’s College has given priority to the higher study in Physics. In 4-year B.Sc. Physics program, project work is an elective paper in the fourth year. We encourage students to opt for project work against Material Science. In last two years of period, more than 90% students passed selected project work as an elective paper and nearly same percentage of students in M. Sc. Physics program either selected thesis or project work in their academic course. This clearly shows that our department is more focused into the research work along with academic excellence. Our students are encouraged to attend national and international conferences in physics related fields either for oral and poster presentation. The students involved in research are encouraged to publish their work in either national or international journals. Apart from this to maintain the research friendly environment, our department is arranging workshops and conferences in regular basis in our college.

Future Plans:

  1. To initiate for higher research programs.
  2. To increase faculties more qualified in research.
  3. To encourage and support students for different for their research.
  4. To develop well-equipped research laboratory.
  5. To upgrade teaching methodology at multimedia based technology.

1. Conference  (1st ICPSM 2017)

Conference Details

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PHYSICS OF SPACE AND MATERIALS  (ICPSM -2017)

September 2-3, 2017

 Organized by Department of Physics

St. Xavier’s College

Maitighar, Kathmandu, Nepal

“The International Conference on Physics of Space and Materials” will be held at St. Xavier’s College, Maitighar, Kathmandu, Nepal from September 2-3, 2017.

Introduction:

The Society of Jesus was founded in 1540 by three persons and one of them was St. Francis Xavier. They were called Jesuits. In 1951, on the invitation of the Nepalese government, the Nepal Jesuit Society was established. Fathers Marshall D. Moran, Edward Saton, and Frank Murphy came to Nepal and started St. Xavier’s School at Godawari. After a few years of contribution, the school was expanded to Jawalakhel. The Jesuit Society continued its academic goal in school level. Some schools are established in different parts of Nepal.

With the purpose of supporting education in higher level, the Nepal Jesuits Society established St. Xavier’s College in 1988 at Maitighar. The college is running several academic programs.The college now runs classes at the Higher Secondary and “A” levels, seven Bachelor level programs, and three Master level programs. It has been the center for learning and one of the major choices of the scholars. About three thousand young men and women study in the college.

The Jesuit Society focuses mostly in academics. It also prioritizes altruism and mobilizes the scholars in the field for the same purpose. The college believes not only on theoretical knowledge but also on practical knowledge and therefore, students are sent in the field work so that they could learn something practically. It has added a beauty in the field of learning. St. Xavier’s College puts forward a specific theme for the academic year; the theme for this year is tradition, a call for innovation.

Introducing Kathmandu:

Kathmandu is the capital city of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, the largest Himalayan state in Asia. It is the second largest metropolis in Nepal, with a population of 1.4 million in the city proper, and 5 million in its urban agglomeration across the Kathmandu Valley, which includes the towns of LalitpurKirtipurMadhyapur Thimi and Bhaktapur. Kathmandu is also the largest metropolis in the Himalayan hill region.The city stands at an elevation of approximately 1,400 meters (4,600 feetabove sea level in the bowl-shaped. Kathmandu has been the center of Nepal’s historyartculture and economy. It has a multiethnic population within a Hindu and Buddhist majority. Religious and cultural festivities form a major part of the lives of people residing in Kathmandu.

Tourism is an important part of the economy as the city is the gateway to the Nepalese Himalayas. In 2013, Kathmandu was ranked third among the top ten upcoming travel destinations in the world by Trip Advisor, and ranked first in Asia. Nepali is the most spoken language in the city, while English is understood by the city’s educated residents.

Weather condition in September:

September marks the end of the monsoons in Nepal. However, it still rains quite a lot in September. It generally rains around 168 mm (about 6 inches). There is a possibility of rain for about 12 days throughout the month. The average daily temperatures are around 230C (73°F), reaching up to 26°C (79°F).

About the Conference:

The conference is one of the vital components of research where new inventions and innovations are discussed among researchers. In order to address the ongoing researches and their techniques to the research frontiers, an International Conference on Physics of Space and Materials will be organized. The conference will be dedicated to the recent trends and developments in Physics of Space and Materials. It will provide abundant opportunities to discuss and understand numerous phenomena of Physics. The conference includes the following topics:

  • Astrophysics
  • Atmosphere/Ionosphere/Thermosphere
  • Biomedical Applications
  • Computational Physics
  • Geophysics
  • Material Science
  • Nanotechnology
  • Plasma and its Applications
  • Solid state Physics
  • Space Technology

The conference will provide opportunities to interact with the experts and build the collaboration with national and international scientists.

 Who can attend the conference?

The researchers, faculty members and scientists who have focused their research on the listed topics (Experimental or Theoretical) would benefit from the conference. The research students of postgraduate and undergraduate studies who are curious and seeking career in the above mentioned field can attend.

The conference includes key note speakers, oral presentations and poster sessions.

Conference Venue:

The conference will be held at the premises of St. Xavier’s College, Maitighar, Kathmandu, which is situated at 3 Km from the Tribhuvan International Airport and takes 15 minutes to reach by taxi or car.

Accommodation:

The accommodation is not included in the registration fee. The detail of the accommodation is available on the following webpages.

Normal accommodation: Everest Stake House and Hotel, Khusibu, Nayabazaar

Email: – hariprasadsharma@hotmail.com

High class accommodation:  Hotel Yellow Pagoda, Jamal, Kathmandu

Website: www.yellowpagoda.com/

Travel and Tour:

Travel and tour program is not included in the registration fee. It is an optional. Interested persons should contact for different tour packages to the following Travel and Tour Company.

AK Holidays Tours and Tracks Pvt. Ltd.

Website:www.akholidaysnepal.com

 Registration details:

S.N. Category Type Amount
1. National Graduate/ Undergraduate Rs.1500/-
Ph.D. Rs.2000/-
Institutional Rs.3500/-
2 International SAARC Countries Graduate/ Undergraduate $ 15
Ph.D. $25
Institutional $ 40
Other Countries Graduate/ Undergraduate $ 100
Ph.D. $200
Institutional $ 250

Registration fee includes registration kit, book of abstract, coffee/tea and lunch on the conference days.

Important dates: 

Program date:                          2-3 September 2017

Abstract submission:               15th July 2017

Acceptance notification:         31st July 2017

Registration:                             20th  August 2017

Call for Abstract:

The author(s) should submit abstract via e-mail to abstracticpsm@gmail.com. The details of the submission are given below:

  • Both oral and poster session participants should submit one page abstract including figures and tables. The text should be justified.
  • The margin should be 20 mm at the top, 20 mm at the bottom, left 30 mm and right 30 mm.
  • The text should be New Times Roman with single spaced.
  • The heading of abstract should be central and it should be written in capital letters 16 pt., Bold, skip one line, Author(s) 14 pt., Affiliation 12 pt., italic, one line skip should be between the text of abstract and affiliation.
  • The text should be justified with 12 pt.
  • Abstract should submit electronically within deadline.
  • Participants who want to publish the article should submit an electronic file of the entire paper additionally.
  • Author(s) will be informed about the acceptance of full manuscript after comments from the review panels.

Presenters Guidelines:

The following guidelines should assist in preparing the oral presentation or poster presentation for the ICPSM 2017 conference.

Oral Presentation:

  • Speaker will have oral presentation followed by Questions & Answer session.
  • Speaker should present the paper in Power Point format.
  • The Power Point should be ready one day prior to the talk. The technician will assist to upload the presentation file in the computer.
  • The speaker should check the presentation in the Conference Room prior to the session.
  • The speaker should arrive in the assigned room 30 minutes before the start of the session to introduce oneself to the session chair.

Poster Presentation:

  • The size of poster should be 120 cm high and 85 cm wide.
  • The board is numbered in the upper right corner.
  • Posters should be exhibited 1 hour before the conference starts.

Chief Patron

Fr. Jiju Varghese, S.J.

Principal, St. Xavier’s College

 Patrons

Fr. Jomon Jose, S.J.

Vice Principal/Liason Officer, St. Xavier’s College

Fr. Anup Minj, S.J.

Administrator/Treasurer, St. Xavier’s College

 Advisory Committee

  • Dr. Ram Prasad Khatiwada, Dean, IoST
  • Dr. Sanjay Sharma, Secretary, MoST
  • Mr. Ananda Bahadur Chand, Director, BPKP
  • Dr. Lok Narayan Jha
  • Dr. Binil Aryal
  • Dr. Shekhar Gurung
  • Dr. Sesh Kant  Aryal
  • Dr. Sita Ram Prasad Byahut
  • Dr. Udaya Raj Khanal
  • Dr. Pradeep  Kumar Bhattarai
  • Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi
  • Dr. Shankar Prasad Shrestha
  • Dr. Indra Bahadur Karki
  • Dr. Nilam Pradhan Shrestha
  • Mr. Hom Nath Poudel
  • Dr. Deepak Prasad Subedi
  • Dr. Bhadra Pokharel
  • Dr. Rajendra Parajuli
  • Dr. Lekha Nath Mishra
  • Dr. Binod Bhattarai
  • Dr. Suresh Kumar Dhungel

 Scientific Organizing Committee

  • Dr. Narayan Prasad Chapagain
  • Dr. Raju Khanal
  • Dr. Narayan Prasad Adhikari
  • Dr. Tika Bahadur Katuwal
  • Dr. Lila Pradhan
  • Dr. Hari Prasad Lamichhane
  • Dr. Vinaya Kumar Jha
  • Dr. Binod Adhikari

International Organizing Committee

  • Fr. Dr. Vincent Braganza
  • Dr. Hyeonsik Cheong
  • Dr. Sanjay Puri
  • Dr. Chandan Kumar Sarkar
  • Dr. Samar Saha
  • Dr. Shyamala Bodhane

Local Organizing Committee

  • Mr. Drabindra Pandit
  • Mr. Hari Kishor Sah
  • Mr. Basu Dev Ghimire
  • Mr. Ram Sundar Matang
  • Mr. Birendra Prasad Pant
  • Mr. Gopal Jha
  • Mr. Yagya Bahadur Phuyal
  • Mr. Binod Regmi
  • Mr. Bashu Dev Khanal
  • Mr. Ajay Kumar Karn
  • Mr. Kedar Acharya
  • Mr. Kiran Pudasainee &
  • All visiting faculty members

 Contact:

Mr. Drabindra Pandit, Convener

Department of Physics,

St. Xavier’s College,

Maitighar, Kathmnadu,

Post Box No- 7437

Phone No: 977-1-4221365, 4244636

Cell No: 9841366132

Website: physics.sxc.edu.np

Email: icpsm2017sxc@gmail.com

drabindra@sxc.edu.np 

2.  Online School on Space and Atmospheric Physics ( 5-7 August 2020)

Program Schedule————————————–Brochure

 Extra Curricular Activities

List of extra curriculum activities

  1. Talk Program on Recent trends in opto-electronics device- Prof. Dr. Chandan Kumar Sarkar(24th May 2017)
  2. Talk Program  on galaxies- Shiv Narayan Yadav (2073/12/18)
  3. Talk Program  on Nanotechnology- Rishi Ghimire ( 2073/12/8)
  4. Talk Program  on Education System – by Solovakian Professor
  5. Participated in Inter Department football competition
  6. Secured position of  Runner Up in Inter Department Cricket Tournament 2017
  7. Elocution Program- by SXPC
  8. Participation in Interdepartmental Cricket Tournament
  9. Inter School Physics Olympiad  in Kathmandu- by SXPC
  10. Essay competition- by SXPC
  11. Immersion Program by Korean Professor
  12. Pie-day Celebration by SXPC March 14th
  13. Farewell and Welcome to BSc IV/I
  14. National workshop on “New Research Trend in Physics” conducted on 3rd September, 2016.
  15. Reformation of the new portfolio of the St. Xavier’s College Physics Council.
  16. Field trip to Mustang by B.Sc. Fourth year students
  17. Social camp to Chaimale V.D.C. by B.SC. Second and third year in Krishna Secondary School, Chaimale.
  18. Weekly seminar by students
  19. ICPSM-International Conference of Physics on Space and Materials-2017

 Activities List 2018

   List of Activities
  • Workshop on Space Weather Effects on GNSS Operations at Low latitudes, 23 April – 4 May 2018, Trieste, Italy

Participants: Drabindra Pandit (Faculty) and Roshan Kumar Mishra (Student)

  • Counselling Course for Counsellors, 23 May 2018 – 6 June 2018

(A Certificate Course at Satyodayam – Jesuit Retreat Centre, Secunderabad, Tilagana, India)

Participant: Drabindra Pandit (Faculty)

  • Participated in a Program in Philippines as a representative of member of St. Xavier’s College Physics Council: Roshan Kumar Mishra, M.Sc. Fourth Semester
  • Educational Tour to Ahmedabad, India: M.Sc. Fourth Semester from 18 August 2018 to 28 August 2018

Participants: 34 Students of M.Sc. Fourth Semester and Two Faculties Dr. Vinay Kumar Jha and Dr. Binod Adhikari

  1. Krishna Khanal, M.Sc.IV Semester, AGU Meeting, May 2017, Japan.
  2. Bindesh Tripathi, B.Sc. III Year, Summer School June 2017, Kolkata.
  3. Binod Bhattarai, M.Sc. IV Semester, University of Exeter, Poster presentation.17-21 July 2017, UK,
  4. Binod Bhattarai, M.Sc. IV Semester , IAPS meeting, 4-15 August 2017Turin, Italy,
  5. Educational Tour, B.Sc. Fourth Year, Rara with Mr. Basudev Ghimire, 23-29 Asoj 2074 (9-15 Oct 2017).
  6. Social Camp, B.Sc. II and III, Jiri Higher Secondary School, Jiri, Dolkha with Puspa Shrestha and Basil Sribastav ,13-17 Kartik 2074 (30 Oct-3 Nov 2017).
  7. SXPC Outreach Program, IAPS School Day, Srikalibumi Ma. Vi., Sailung, Dolkha, 29 Kartik-2 Mansir 2074(9-11Nov 2017).
  8. On Xavier’s Day participated in Social Services,
  9. UCEP (Unprivileged Children Education Program), Socialization Centre, Bhaktapur, B.Sc. III year students
  10. Orphanage’s Home , Thechho, B.Sc.IV and I
  11. Cleaning Campaign, Pasupati area near Ram Mandir, B.Sc. II and I
  12. Bal Mandir, Siphal, M.Sc. III Semester
  13. Talk Program, Dr. Laxman Adhikari, Title “ Solar Turbulence”.
  14. Talk Program, Dr. Hari Poudel, Title “Solid State Physics”.
  15. Participated in the “11th Asian Regional Conference of IAEG on “Engineering Geology for Geodisaster Management”, 28-30 November, 2017, Katmandu, Nepal by Br. Binod Adhikari (Faculty Member) and Mr. Roshan Kumar Miashra (B.Sc. III Semester).
  16. Participated in “National Seminar Setting Technological Standard and Strategy for Higher Education”, Bangalore, on 30th January by Mr. Hari Kishr Sah (Faculty Member).
  17. Participated in IAU Symposium 340 on “Long Term Datasets for the Understanding of Solar and Stellar Magnetic Cycles”, 19 – 24 February, 2018, Jaipur, India by Mr. Drabindra Pandit and Dr. Binod Adhikari (Faculty Members) and Mr. Rosah Kumar Mishra and Bindesh Triphati (M.Sc. II Semester and B.Sc. Fourth year students).
  18. Elocution Contest 2018 / Pie-day celebration, 14 March 2018, SXCP council students.

Project Work

List of project works submitted by B.Sc. Physics fourth year students [2012-2016]

S.N. Name of Students Title Supervisors Viva Date
1  BikashShrestha A comparative study of Geomagnetic storm caused by co-rotating interaction region.  Dr. BinodAdhakari Sep,2016
2  Shiva Lamichhane A simulation study on motion of electrons symmetric in homogenous magnetic field. Ajay Kumar Karna  Aug,2016
3  Ramila Khatiwada A case study of Geomagnetic storm during solar maxima.    Dr. Binod Adhikari Dr. Vinaya Kumar Jha   Sep,2016
4  Shirie Ruwali A study of variation of refractive index with temperature in some transparent liquids. Hari Kishor Sah   Sep,2016
5  Sanjib K.C. A variation of interplanetary magnetic field with solar wind parameters and Ge-indices during   Dr. Binod Adhakari   Sep,2016
6  Udaya Pandey A case study of Geomagnetic caused by interplanetary coronal mass ejection.   Dr. Binod Adhakari  July,2016
7  Mamata Silwal Performance analysis of poly crystalline solar photo voltaic module on the basis of indoor condition.  Aakash Pokhrel July,2016
8  Shiva Singh Rawal  A study on structure and electronic of half Haussler alloys.  Dr. Vinaya Kumar Jha Manoj Yadhav   July,2016
9  Nischal Khukurel A simulation study of the variation of electric field in the vicinity of pointed tip. Dr. Vinaya Kumar Jha   July,2016
10  Aakash Chandra Giri A study on occupation exposure of states in anoxic international Hospital bharatpur cancer (dosimeter)  Ram Sundhar Matang Sep,2016
11  PrabinThapa A study on change in carbon to carbons transfers energy in Graphine and its electrical property.  Aakash Pokhrel   July,2016
12  Aayush Subedhi Variation of solar wind parameters during intense Geomagnetic storms.   Dr. Binod Adhikari   July,2016
13  Bisheswar Acharya The analysis of energy released after gorkha earthquake.   Dr. Binod Adhikari Dr. Vinaya Kumar Jha  Sep,2016
14  Bibandhan Poudel A simulation study on the magnetic field variation around the current carrying conductor. Dr. Vinaya Kumar Jha  July,2016
15  Abash Sharma A simulation study on Gallium Arsenide and its semiconducting property.   Dr. Vinaya Kumar Jha   Sep,2016
16  Rajan Thapa Variation of aurora electro jet indices and disturbance storm time indices during Ge-storms.   Dr. Binod Adhikari   Sep,2016
17  Pramila Wagle Across correlation of Bz with Ae and Dst indices during weak Geomagnetic storm.     Dr. Binod Adhikari Dr. Vinaya Kumar Jha   Sep,2016
   

List of project works submitted by B.Sc. Physics fourth year students [2013-2017]

S.N. Name of Students Title Supervisors Viva Date
1 Prajjwal Guragain A simulation study on the electrical conductivity of gallium nitride GON. Dr. Vinaya Kumar Jha 4th Aug 2017
2 Bidhur Basnet Simulation study on the variation of electrical field and potential in between parallel electrodes Dr. Vinaya Kumar Jha 4th Aug 2017
3 Yagya Bhattarai A case study of background radiation of various places at St. Xavier’s college using GM counter. Mr. Basudev Ghimire Mr. Aakash Pokhrel 17th Aug 2017
4 Neeraj Acharya Study of flus emitted from outer surface of star vega. Mr. Birendra Prasad Pant 17th Aug 2017
5 Bipul Bhushal Characteristics of geomagnetic strom and its effects on polar latitude. Dr. Binod Adhikari 17th Aug 2017
6 Monika Karki The study of energy released and ground motion during earth quake (2015) using wave let analysis. Dr. Binod Adhikari 17th Aug 2017
7 Bijay DC A study of variation in refractive index of transparent liquids by intermixing them in proper concentration. Mr. Hari Kishor Sah 18th Aug 2017
8 Dinesh KC Computational study on the vibrational properties of bacterichlorophyll-B molecules in solvent. Mr. Hari Kishor Sah Mr. Kiran Pudasainee 18th Aug 2017
9 Nipesh Dulal Adsorption of molecular halogens [F­2 and Br2] on Na decorated graphene, A DFT Study. Mr. Nurapati Pantha 21st Aug 2017
10 Davesh Bhattarai Adsorption of molecular halogens [Cl­2 and I2] on Na decorated graphene, A DFT Study. Mr. Nurapati Pantha 21st Aug 2017
11 Shanti Thapa Study of structural properties grapheme. Dr. Sanju Shrestha 21st Aug 2017
12 Sunil Chhetri Study of acoustical and thermo dynamical properties of apple juice, litchi, coca-cola drink and fresh orange juice at different temperature. Mr. Drabindra Pandit 21st Aug 2017
13 Nischal Thapamagar A study on change incarbon to carbon transfer energy in carbon nanotubes and its electrical property. Mr. Aakash Pokhral 21st Aug 2017
14 Yubaraj Niraula Simulation study on variation of electrical field and potential within ring type electrodes Dr. Vinaya Kumar Jha 23rd Aug 2017
15 Aditya Singh Thapa An infrared survey of two isolated nebular structure at galactic latitudes 16.98 and 1.89 in the TRAS mar Mr. Madhusudhan Poudel 27th Aug 2017
16 Manisha Sharma A comparative study of background radiation of different hospitals in Kathmandu valley by using GM counter. Mr. Ram Sundar Matang 15th Sep 2017
17 Asmita Bhattarai A study of specific electrical conductivity of water in presence ionic compound varying their concentration and temperature. Mr. Ajaya Karna Aug 2017
18 Keshav Parsad Kandel A study of useful properties of vary low frequency Mr. Balaram Khadka Mr. BasudevGhimire. Aug 2017

List of project works submitted by B.Sc. Physics fourth year students [2014-2018]

S.N. Name of Students Title Supervisors Viva Date
1 Bindesh Tripathi Origin and recovery from grand solar minima in a stochastically forced time delay dynamo model Mr. Drabindra Pandit 2018/06/10
2 Atual Raj Regmi Variation of sunspot number solar flux indices Lymen alpha and their relationship. Dr. Binod Dahal 2018/07/17
3 Bebi Muskan Rai Synthesis of Zinc oxide thin film using chemical route and its photo lumine scene spectra Mr. Rishi Ram Acharya 2018/07/17
4 Santosh Khatri Synthesis of Zinc oxide nanoparticle by chemical route and determination of band gap using UV-visible Mr. Rishi Ram Acharya 2018/07/17
5 Binod Dahal Synthesis of Zinc oxide thin film and determination of its crystallic size Mr. Rishi Ram Acharya 2018/07/17
6 Tej Raj Karki Study of flux density variation in and around the planet Jupiter Mr. Birendra Prasad Pant 2018/07/17
7 Omkar Dhungel Introductory analysis for the strong ground motion of earth quakes Dr. Binod Adhikari 2018/07/17
8 Rachana KC The variation on interplanetary parameters during geomagnetic disturbances using advances composition explorer (ACE) winds and gee-tail satellites. Dr. Binod Adhikari 2018/07/18
9 Prishank Singh Thapa Correlation analysis of solar activity and cosmic ray in the 22nd,23rd and 24th solar cycle Dr. Binod Adhikari 2018/07/18
10 Parash Thapaliya Study of flux emitted from the outer surface of star algol Mr. Birendra Prasad Pant 2018/07/18
11 Bishnu Koirala Estimation of global solar radiation with single and multiple parameters models in mid-western region jumlanepal Mr. Birendra Prasad Pant 2018/07/18
12 Ankit Poudel Estimation of global solar radiation with single and multiple parameters model in centeral region Kathmandu nepal Mr. Birendra Prasad Pant 2018/07/18
13 Sudarshan Neupane First Principles study of vanderwaals interactions between halogen molecules (Cl2andI2) Dr. Nurapati Pant 2018/07/19
14 Bibek Dhakal First Principles study of vanderwaals interactions between halogen molecules (F2and Br2) Dr. Nurapati Pant 2018/07/19
15 Puspa Aryal Determination of riometer derived absorption from Casey, DavisMacquarie island andmawson during geomagnetic disturbance Dr. Binod Adhikari 2018/07/19
16 Bijay Bhandari Study of ionosphere scintillation during geomagnetic storms Dr. Binod Adhikari Mr. Basudev Ghimire 2018/07/19
17 Swostika Bharati Computational study on vibrational properties of ubiquinine (QB) molecules Mr. Kiran Pudasainee Mr. Ajay Kumar Karn 2018/07/19
18 Anusha Pokhrel Computational study on vibrational properties of Bacteriochlophyll-A molecules Mr. Kiran Pudasainee Mr. Kedar Prasad Acharya 2018/07/20
19 Sushant Sharma Chaudhary Study of transport properties of ternary mixture of Neo-Argon and Krypton Dr. Narayan Prasad Adhikari 2018/07/20
20 Sagar Ghimire Computational study on vibrational properties of beta carotene Mr. Kiran Pudasainee 2018/07/20
21 Subarna BC Computational study on vibrational properties of Bacteriochlophyll-C molecules Mr. Kiran Pudasainee Mr. Ram Sunda rMatang 2018/07/20
22 Sagar Ghimire A First principle study of electrical properties of germanium Mr. Kiran Pudasainee 2018/07/20
23 Ramesh Rijal A First principle study of electrical properties of silicon and gallium arsenide Mr. Kiran Pudasainee 2018/07/20
24 Ajit Maharjan Computational study on vibrational properties of lutein Mr. Kiran Pudasainee Mr. Ram Sundar Matang 2018/07/22
25 Sagun Shakya Determination of the optical tilt angle for a tilled solar panel in Kathmandu using isotropic model Dr. Vinaya Kumar Jha Mr. Birendra Prasad Pant 2018/07/24
26 Basanta Ghimire A first principle study of electrical properties of half heusler alloy Dr. Vinay Kumar Jha 2018/07/24
27 Ishan Pathak The study on dose rate at various domains around compound tomography and linac in Kathmandu cancer center Dr. Vinay Kumar Jha Mr. Deepak Suman Jha 2018/07/24
28 Damodar Raj Bhandari An open source code for causal dynamical triangulations without preferred foliation in (1+1) dimensions with elementary exposition Dr. Uday Raj Khanal   2018/08/05

About Thesis

Name Lists of Thesis Completed Students

List of completed dissertations [Submitted by M.Sc. Physics students]

S.N Name of Students Title of Thesis Supervisors Viva-Date
1. Ram Chandra Tiwari [Batch 2008] A theoretical study of self-focusing of LASER beam in Plasma Prof. Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi, Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 31stJuly,2011
2. Niranjan Bam [Batch 2008] A theoretical study of self-generation of magnetic field in Plasma   Prof. Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi, Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu Sept, 2011
3. Giwan Katwal [Batch 2008] A comparative study of Dose to point A, Rectum point and Bladder pont using Brachytherapy Prof. Seshkanta Aryal Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Mr. Kanchan Pd. Adhikari, Medical Physicist and Radiation Safety Officer,   Bir Hospital, Kathmandu Aug, 2011
4. Purushottam Poudel [Batch 2008] A Study of radiation dose received by spinal cord during the treatment of lung cancer by using Co-60 machine by manual Treatment Planning Prof. Seshkanta Aryal Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Dr. Aarti Shah, HOD, Department of Radiology ,Bir Hospital, Kathmandu Nov, 2011
5. Binod Bastola [Batch 2008] Thermal analysis of 1D Heat transfer in Trombe wall Prototype using transient finite difference method Prof. Jagan Nath Shrestha, Director, Centre for Energy studies, IOE, Pulchok, Kathmandu, Prof. Sita Ram Byahut, CDP,Kirtipur, Kathmandu Dec,2011
6. Shubhechha Joshi [Batch 2008] A study on heart tissue irradiated during treatment of lung cancer by using Co-60 Machine my manual treatment palnning Prof. Seshkanta Aryal Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Dr. Aarti Shah, HOD, Department of Radiology ,Bir Hospital, Kathmandu Nov 2011
7. Bisham Poudel [Batch 2008] Determination of size of some lunar craters Prof. Dr. Uday Raj Khanal, CDP, Kirtipur, Mr. Perm Raj Dhungel, Mr. Saroj Raj Shahi(co-supervisor) 9th July 2012
8. RatnaKaji Bade [Batch 2008] Study of Absorption features of the Mars surface Prof. Dr. Uday Raj Khanal, CDP, Kirtipur, Mr. Perm Raj Dhungel, Mr. Saroj Raj Shahi(co-supervisor)   24th Dec 2012  
9. Rajan Itani [Batch 2008] First –principles investigation of interaction of Hydrogen with titanium dioxide Prof. Sita Ram Byahut, CDP,Kirtipur, Kathmandu 1st March, 2013  
10. Soma Raj Panta [Batch 2008] First –principles investigation of interaction of Hydrogen in Mg(NH2)2/LiH Prof. Sita Ram Byahut, CDP,Kirtipur, Kathmandu 2013
11. Gopal Jha [Batch 2008] Theoretical study on thermal transport in laser produced from plasma by using Fokker Planck equation Prof. Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi, Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 3rd  April, 2013
12.   Suresh Gyawali [Batch 2009] Study of variation in CT no. and attenuation coefficients of Brain matters between normal and hypertensive patients with brain Hemorrhage and Infraction Prof. Seshkanta Aryal Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Dr. Anand Pd. Sharma, Department of Radiology OM hospital, April, 2012
13. Chudar Raj Phuyal [Batch 2009] A study of Y- magnitude dependence in the spatial orientation of spin vectors of SDSS Galaxies Prof. Dr. Binil Aryal, CDP, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 7th Sept. 2012
14. Sushma Ghimire [Batch 2009] Estimation of Thyroid volume in hyper thyroidism using scintigraphy method in Nepalese population Prof. Seshkanta Aryal Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Prof. Shantalal Shrestha Medical Physicist, TUTH, Maharajganj Sept, 2012
15. Priyanka Vaidya [Batch 2009] Ab initio investment of the structure of grapheme and absorption of Hydrogen in it Prof. Sita Ram Byahut, CDP,Kirtipur, Kathmandu 9th  Dec 2012
16. Roshani Silwal [Batch 2009] First principle investment of Hydrogen absorption in Li-Mg-N-H Compounds Prof. Sita Ram Byahut, CDP,Kirtipur, Kathmandu Dec. 2012
17. Deepak Roka Chhetri [Batch 2009] Study of self focusing of LASER beam in Plasma Prof. Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi, Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 11th  Dec 2012
18. Dipendra Rajbansi [Batch 2009] A study of two photon ionization of hydrogen atom in right circularly polarized radiation. Prof. Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi, Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 12th  Dec 2012
19. Punam Sharma [Batch 2009] Theoretical study of the growth rate in stimulated Brillouin scattering Prof. Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi, Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 24th  Dec 2012
20. Anup Neupane [Batch 2009] Study of effects of patients radiation dose reduction parameters on image quality of CT scan in Nepalese population Prof. Seshkanta Aryal Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Prof. Dr. Sunil Pradhan TUTH, Maharajganj, Drabindra Pandit(Co-supervisor) 14th Jan 2013
21. Birendra Prasad Pant [Batch 2009] Study of flux emitted from the outer surface of star Sirius observed from National Observatory, Nagarkot, Nepal Prof. Dr. Uday Raj Khanal, CDP, Kirtipur, Mr. Perm Raj Dhungel, Mr. Saroj Raj Shahi (cosupervisor) 27th Feb 2013
22. Nirmal Nischal [Batch 2009] First –Principles study of Electronic and Vibrational properties of small silver clusters Prof. Sita Ram Prasad Byahut, CDP,Kirtipur, Kathmandu March, 2013
23. Dibakar Nepal [Batch 2009] A study of polarized potential scattering of an electron in presence of LESER field. Prof. Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi, Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 27 March,2013
24. Munju Mali [Batch 2009] Determination of renal dimension in Nepalese population by bone scintigraphy. Prof. Seshkanta Aryal Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Prof. ShantalalShrestha Medical Physicist, TUTH, Maharajganj March, 2013
25. Binaya Devkota [Batch 2009] A study on relation protection and quality assurance by polystyrene and water phantom at NAMS, Bir hospital, Kathmandu. Mr. Kanchan Prasad Adhikari [senior medical physicist & radiation safety officer, NAMS, Bir Hospital Kasthmandu Prof.Dr. SheskantaAryal April, 2013
26. Ramesh Kumar Silwal [Batch 2009] As study of two photon ionization of hydrogen atom in left circularly polarized radiation. Prof. Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi, Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 28 April, 2013
27. Rajan Ray [Batch 2009] Study of flux emitted from the outer surface of star vega observed from national observatory Nagarkot Nepal. Prof.Dr. Udaya Raj Khanal CDP,Kirtipur, Kathmandu Mr. Perm Raj Dhungel, St. Xavier’s College Mr. Saroj Raj Shahi(co-supervisor) BP Koirala planetarium observatory and museum board. 19 August, 2013
28. Nimesh Man Shakya [Batch 2010] A study of Z- magnitude dependence in the spatial orientation of spin vacates of SDSS galaxies hacking red shift 0.15 to 0.20. Prof. Dr.Binal Aryal CDP. Physics 9 October, 2013
29. Dev Bhadhur Karki [Batch 2010] S study of g Magnitude dependence in the spatial orientation of spin vectors of SDSS galaxies haring red Shift 0.19 to 0.20. Prof. Dr.Binal Aryal CDP. Physics 9 October, 2013
30. Ghanshyam Budha [Batch 2010] Study of brain wave analysis of childhood in Epilepsy patient using EEG machine by longitudinal bipolar marriage planning. Asst. Prof. Ram Bahadhurchand Department of Radiology and imaging TUTH Maharajgung 31 October 2013
31 Baburam Gaire [Batch 2010] A theoretical study of electron atom scattering in presence of circularly polarized laser field. Prof. Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi, Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 30 December, 2013
32 Prakash Pandey [Batch 2010] A study of Red shift dependence in the spatial orientation of SDSS galaxies having red shift 0.19 to 0.20. Prof. Dr.Binal Aryal CDP. Physics 30 December, 2013
33. Buddhi Prakash KC [Batch 2010] A study of G-magnitude dependence on the spatial orientation of spin vectors of SDSS galaxies having red shift 0.19 to 0.20. Prof. Dr.Binal Aryal CDP. Physics 30 December, 2013
34. Prakash Raj Bhattarai [Batch 2010] A study of i-magnitude dependence in the spatial orientation of spin vectors of SDSS galaxies having red shift 0.19 to 0.20. Prof. Dr.Binal Aryal CDP. Physics 6 January, 2014
35. Sushma Ghimire [Batch 2010] First principle study of structural changes in the Aquinas solution of polyacrylic acid. Prof.Dr. Sita Ram Byahat CDP. Physics 21 January 2014
36. Nilam Adhikari [Batch 2010] Total column ozone at four different altitudes. Prof. Rd. Binod Kumar Bhattarai Pulchok Campus kathmandu 2 February 2014
37. Mukunda Kumar Acharya [Batch 2010] A study of r-magnitude dependence in the spatial orientation of spin vectors of SDDSS galaxies having red shift 0.19 to 0.20. Prof. Dr.BinalAryal CDP. Physics 10 February 2014
38. Shree Ram Nagarkoti [Batch 2010] Computer simulation of interaction of 2D plasma clouds using particle in cell (PIC) method. Prof. Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi, Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 10 march, 2014
39. Dipendra Lamshal [Batch 2010] A study of transport properties of laser produced plasma with magnatis field. Prof. Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi, Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 10 march, 2014
40. Bikash Adhikari Khatri [Batch 2010] A theoretical study of electron atom interaction in presence of linearly polarized laser light. Prof. Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi, Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 13 march, 2014
41 Sharada Gurung [Batch 2009] A theoretical study of self focusing of laser light in plasma. Prof. Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi, Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 14 march, 2014
42. Jivan Panta [Batch 2010] Electron atom scattering in presence of linearly polarized laser field. Prof. Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi, Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 13 march, 2014
43. Pratikshya Parajuli [Batch 2010] Study of different clusters of moon using meade 16 inch Lx200cps Schmidt cassegrain telescope Prof.Dr. Udaya Raj Khanal CDP,Kirtipur, Kathmandu Mr. Perm Raj Dhungel, St. Xavier’s College Mr. Saroj Raj Shahi(co-supervisor) BP Koirala planetarium observatory and museum board. 12 march, 2014
44. Yogendra Khadka [Batch 2010] A study of diameter of some lunar craters observed from national observatory nagarkot Nepal. Prof.Dr. Udaya Raj Khanal CDP,Kirtipur, Kathmandu Mr. Perm Raj Dhungel, St. Xavier’s College Mr. Saroj Raj Shahi(co-supervisor) BP Koirala planetarium observatory and museum board. 15 march, 2014
45. Sushma Sharma [Batch 2010] Flus density variation at thr surface of planet Jupiter. Prof.Dr. Udaya Raj Khanal CDP,Kirtipur, Kathmandu Mr. Perm Raj Dhungel, St. Xavier’s College Mr. Saroj Raj Shahi(co-supervisor) BP Koirala planetarium observatory and museum board. 26 march, 2014
46. Rupak Thapa [Batch 2010] A study of radiation dosimetry and quality assurance in Co-60 teletherapy at Bhaktapur Cancer Hospital (BCH) Bhaktpur. Mr. Bidyapati Jha Medical Physicist BCH Bhaktpur Mr. Drabindra Pandit HOD physics St. Xavier’s College Maitighar Kathmandu   22 may, 2014
47. Bhanu Ghimire [Batch 2010] Diagnostics of low pressure DC glow discharge using double Langmuir probe. Prof. Dr. Deepak Prasad Subedo Kathmandu University DhulikhelKavre Nepal Associate Prof. Dr. RajuKhanal Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 29 June, 2014
48. Sundesh Adhikari [Batch 2009] A study on scattering of electron on collision with Hydrogen atom in the presence of Laser field. Prof. Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi, Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 24 September 2014
49. Bishnu Badhur Bhandari [Batch 2008] Performance analysis of solar photo voltaic modules under different temperature. Prof. Jagan Nath Shrestha, Director, Centre for Energy studies, IOE, Pulchok, Kathmandu, Prof. Dr. JeevanJyotiNakarmi, Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 2 November, 2014
50. Dhurba Chhetri [Batch 2011] Study of flux emitted from the outer surface of star arcturus observed from national observatory Nagarkot Nepal. Prof.Dr. Udaya Raj Khanal CDP,Kirtipur, Kathmandu   28 January 2015
51. Ganga Raj Neupane [Batch 2011] A study of G-magnitude dependence in the spatial orientation of spin vectors of SDSS galaxies having red shift 0.4 to 0.5. Prof. Dr. Binal Aryal Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 30 January 2015
52. Biswash Bhusal [Batch 2011] A study of Z-Magnitude dependence in the spatial orientation of spin vectors of SDSS galaxies having red shift 0.4 to 0.5. Prof. Dr. Binal Aryal Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 30 January 2015
53. Sugam Adhikari [Batch 2011] A study of i-Magnitude dependence in the spatial orientation of spin vectors of SDSS galaxies having red shift 0.4 to 0.5. Prof. Dr. Binal Aryal Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 1 April, 2015
54. Bhupendra Man Singh Karki [Batch 2011] A study spatial orientation of spin vectors of r- magnitude SDSS galaxies having red shift 0.4 to 0.5 Prof. Dr. Binal Aryal Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 1 April, 2015
55. Sudhir Kumar Chaudhary [Batch 2011] The effect of electric fields on thermal transport coefficient in laser produce plasma. Prof. Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi, Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 8 april, 2015
56. Laxmi Raj Jaishi [Batch 2011] Rheoretical study of effect electric fields of electrons thermal transport and stress tenser in laser produce plasma. Prof. Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi, Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 2 march, 2015
57. Prakash Thapa [Batch 2011] Study of the variation of CT number between normal and liver Neoplasma patients. Prof. Dr. ShesKantaAryal Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 12 april, 2015
58. Roshan Dahal [Batch 2011] Comparisions of estimate size of liver and spleen by USG with their age weight & height of Neplases people. Prof. Dr. ShesKantaAryal Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu Dr. Saroj Sharma Consultant radiologist radiology Department BirHospita Kathmandu   17 march, 2015
59. Bharat Prasad Ghimire [Batch 2011] Study of flux emitted from the outer surface of star spica observed from National observatory Nagarkot Nepal. Prof.Dr. Udaya Raj Khanal CDP,Kirtipur, Kathmandu Mr. Perm Raj Dhungel, St. Xavier’s College Mr. Saroj Raj Shahi(co-supervisor) BP Koirala planetarium observatory and museum board. 10 June, 2015
60. Sanjaya Baral [Batch 2011] Study of spatial and temporary distribution of lighting activities over Nepal. Dr. Shriram Sharma Department Of Physics Amrit Campus Themal Kathmandu Nepal Prof. Dr. KedharNathBaral 20 March 2015
61. Gyanendra Gautam [Batch 2011] Study of linaer attendance coefficient of normal liver and pancreas in naplies population using CT scan. Mr. Drabindra Pandit HOD physics St. Xavier’s College Maitighar Kathmandu Prof. Dr. Sunil Pradhan Department of Radiology and Imaging Nepal medical College Jorpati KU Kathmandu 10 June 2015
62 SarojThapa [Batch 2011] Investigation of photovoltaic performances of dye sensitive solar cells devises with Fe doped Zno thin films. Dr. Bhim Prasad Kafle Assistance Professor Department of Natural Science Kathmndu University Mr. Drabindra Pandit HOD physics St. Xavier’s College Maitighar Kathmandu 30 July 2015
63. Sunil Poudel [Batch 2011] Dopant Species and concentration dependence of optical properties of Zno films Despot of application in thin film based solar cells. Dr. Bhim Prasad Kafle Assistance Professor Department of Natural Science Kathmndu University Mr. Drabindra Pandit HOD physics St. Xavier’s College Maitighar Kathmandu 30 July 2015
64. Rubee Dahal [Batch 2010] First Principle study of the equilibrium configuration of Helium complexes. Prof. Sita Ram Prasad Byahut, CDP,Kirtipur, Kathmandu 25 september 2015
65. Parabat Giri [Batch 2009] An AB initio study of the equilibrium configuration and optimization geometry of Ozene molecules. Prof. Dr. JeevanJyotiNakarmi, Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 25 september 2015
66. Rajendra Rai [Batch 2011] Computational Study of vibrational and structural properties of Glycine strings (N=3 to 6). Associate Prof. Dr. Hari Prasad Lamichhane Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 6 October 2015
67. Roshan Ghimire [Batch 2011] Computational Study of vibrational and structural properties of Alanine strings (N=3 to 6). Associate Prof. Dr. Hari Prasad Lamichhane Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 6 October 2015
68. Dhaniram Sapkota [Batch 2012] First Principles study of absorption of Titanium Di-oxide on hydrogen possivatedgraphene Associate Prof. Dr. Hari Prasad Lamichhane Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 5th  Feb,2016
69. Kiran Pudasainee [Batch 2012] Arrangement of photosynthesis pigments and co-factors in purple bacteria reaction center in the periphery of special pair of bacteriochlorophyll. Associate Prof. Dr. Hari Prasad Lamichhane Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 28th March,2016
70. Ganesh Subedi [Batch 2012] The study on occupational radiation protection at Bhaktapur cancer hospital in co- teletherapy unit &brachytherapy unit. Mr.Bidyapati Jha Mr. Drabindra Pandit 7thApril2016
  71. Yobanath Aryal [Batch 2012] Computational study of vibrational properties of variation bacteriochlorophyll molecules in solvent. Associate Prof. Dr.Hari Prasad Lamichhane Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu
72. Manoj Dahal [Batch 2012] First principles study of absorption of gallium nitride on hydrogen passivated grapheme. Prof.Dr. JeevanJotiNakarmi May,2016
73. Manisha Joshi [Batch 2012] Study on arrangement of photosynthetic pigments and co-factors in purple bacteria reaction center in the periphery of QB site. Associate Prof. Dr. Hari Prasad Lamichhane Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu   July,2016
74. Mandira Basnet [Batch 2012] First principlesstudy of dipeptide combination of Amino acids with Glycine. Prof.Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu June,2016
75. Milan Sangel [Batch 2012] First principles study of Glutamine chain 9N=1,2&3) without solvent and water as solvent. Prof.Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu May,2016
76. Neil Prasad Upadhya [Batch 2012] First principles study of catechol (H2o)n (where n=1-4) clusters. Prof.Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu May,2016
77. Lochan Gautam [Batch 2012] First principles study of chain of asparagine 9N=1,2&3). Prof.Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu November,2016
78. Ramesh Bhandari [Batch 2012] Study of Relative flux density variation in the star pollux. Prof.Dr.Udayaraj Khanal Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu Prem Raj Dhungel November,2016
79. Keshob Raj Pokhrel [Batch 2012] Study of plasma potential with cylindrical emissive probe in the low temperature plasma. Dr. LekhNath Mishra February,2017
80. Ram Chandra Giri [Batch 2012] First principles study of the stability of lithium hydride and its dimmer. Prof.Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu March,2017
81. Bishnu Dulal [Batch 2012] Computational study of various molecules0n=1,2,3,& 4) of anacardic acids. Prof.Dr. JeevanJotiNakarmi Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu March,2017
82. Rashmi Dahal [Batch 2012] Study of flux density variation from the outer surface of star regulus. Prof.Dr.Udayaraj Khanal Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu Prem Raj Dhungel 25th May,2017
83 Pratiksha Shahi [Batch 2013] Survey on X-ray equipment performance test, patient dose and optimization Associate Prof. Dr.Hari Prasad Lamichhane Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu Dr. Kanchan Prasad Adhikari 22ndMay 2017
      84 Madhu Sudhan Bhushal [Batch 2013]   Study on the arrangement of pigment molecules in the purple bacteria reaction center Associate Prof.Dr.Hari Prasad Lamichhane Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu Mr. KiranPudasainee Department of Physics St. Xavier’s College Maitighar, Kathmandu 4th July 2017
      85 Bhup Raj Chapagai [Batch 2013]   Study on the vibrational properties of various bacteriochlorophyll molecules using acetone solvent. Associate Prof.Dr.Hari Prasad Lamichhane Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu Mr. KiranPudasainee   18th  Aug 2017
    86 Sabina Khatiwada [Batch 2013] Study of transparent properties of ternary mixture of argon krypton and Xenon. Prof.Dr.Narayan Adhikari Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 7thsep 2017
        87 Cholakanta Pandey [Batch 2013]   Computational study on vibrational properties of various bacteriochlorophyll-A molecules in gases phase. Associate Prof.Dr.Hari Prasad Lamichhane Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu Mr. KiranPudasainee Department of Physics St. Xavier’s College Maitighar, Kathmandu 9th Oct 2017
    88 Narendra Acharya [Batch 2012] Velocity of blood flow across the cardiac valves in the normal humans using Doppler echocardiographic technic. Prof.Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 10th June 2017
  89 Abihyan Poudel [Batch 2012] Study of CMB polarization TT and TE based power spectra. Prof.Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 23rd  Jan 2018
  90   Aita Bahadur Gaire [Batch 2012] Polarization effect on cosmic microwave background based on power. Prof.Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu 23rd  Jan 2018
  91 Rajeev Nepal [Batch 2013] Study of plasma pressure in a tokomak Prof.Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi Central Department of Physics, Kirtipur, Kathmandu May 2018
  92   Janak Shrestha [Batch 2013] Study of treatment of waste water by ozone production in a dielectric barrier discharge Prof. Dr. RajuBhai Tayata April, 2018
93 Sumina Manandhar [Batch 2014] Electronic and structural properties of undoped half husler alloys Dr. Vinaya Kumar Jha Dr. Manoj Kumar Yadhav July 11th 2018
94 Hamina Gosain [Batch 2014] First principles study of electronic and structural properties of half heusleralloys CuCdx(X=P,Si,S) Dr. Vinaya Kumar Jha Dr. Manoj Kumar Yadhav

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