Tezpur  University

Napaam, Tezpur,Assam

( A Central University)

www.tezu.ernet.in

 

 

PROSPECTUS  2008-2009

 

 

 

 

 

CONTENTS

 

 

Programme of Study

 

Important Points

SECTION ONE

THE UNIVERSITY

 

The University

 

Facilities

 

Curriculum

 

Placement

 

Students Discipline

SECTION TWO

DEGREE /DIPLOMA / CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME

 

Degree/ Diploma/ Certificate Programme

 

Important  Academic  Rules

 

Admission Procedure

 

Course Outlines for the Entrance  Examination

 

 

SECTION  THREE

B.Tech.  PROGRAMME

 

Curriculum Structure

 

Distribution of Courses

 

 

SECTION  FOUR

Ph.D.  PROGRAMME

 

Category of Candidates

 

Eligibility for admission

 

Admission Procedure

 

Academic Session

 

Eligibility for Admission into Different Disciplines of Ph.D Programme

 

Recognised  Supervisors

 

 

SECTION FIVE

DEPARTMENTS

 

Department of Chemical Sciences

 

Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology

 

Department of Mathematical Sciences

 

Department of Physics

 

Department of Food Processing Technology

 

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

 

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

 

Department of Mechanical Engineering

 

Department of Energy

 

Department of Environmental Science

 

Department of Cultural Studies

 

Department of English and Foreign Languages

 

Department of Mass Communication and Journalism

 

Department of Sociology

 

Department of Business Administration

 

 

ANNEXURE I

ADMISSION CALENDER

ANNEXURE II

SCHEDULE OF ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS

ANNEXURE III

SCHEDULE OF ADMISSION - 2008

ANNEXURE IV

FEE STRUCTURE FOR DEGREE/DIPLOMA / CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME

ANNEXURE V

FEE STRUCTURE FOR Ph.D  PROGRAMME

 

CONTACT   ADDRESS

ANNEXURE VI

MODEL QUESTION PAPERS

 

 

 

PROGRAMME  OF STUDY

 

Department

Programmes

Chemical Sciences

M.Sc. in Applied Chemistry

Ph.D

 

 

Computer Science & Engineering

B.Tech. in Computer Science & Engineering

Master of Computer Application( MCA)

M.Tech. in Information Technology

Ph.D

 

 

Electronics & Communication Engineering

B.Tech. in Electronics & Communication Engineering

M.Tech. in Electronics Design & Technology

M.Tech. in Bioelectronics

Ph.D

 

Mechanical Engineering

B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering

 

Molecular Biology and Biotechnology

M.Sc. in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology

Ph.D

 

 

Mathematical Sciences

M.A/ M.Sc. in Mathematics

M.Tech. in Computational Seismology

Ph.D

 

 

Physics

M.Sc. in Physics

M.Sc. in Nanoscience & Technology

Ph.D

 

Energy

M.Tech  in Energy Technology

Ph.D

 

Environmental Science

M.Sc. in Environmental Science

Ph.D

 

Cultural Studies

M.A. in Cultural Studies( Modular )

Ph.D

 

 

English & Foreign Languages

One year Certificate in Chinese

M.A in English

Ph.D

 

Mass Communication and Journalism

M.A in Mass Communication and Journalism

Ph.D

 

 

Business Administration

PG Diploma in Tourism Management ( Modular)

Master of Business Administration

Ph.D

 

Sociology

M.A.  in Sociology

 

Food Processing Technology

M.Sc. in Food Processing Technology

 

 

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I M P O R T A N T     P O I N T S

 

This prospectus contains common application form for applying to any of the academic programmes mentioned below:

B Tech Programmes:

The University offers B Tech Programmes in (i)Mechanical Engineering, (ii)Computer Science & Engineering and (iii) Electronics & Communication Engineering. A single application will address all these three programmes. As selection will be based on AIEEE score, candidates appearing in AIEEE 2008 are only eligible for the B Tech Programmes.

● M Tech /M Sc/ MA/MCA/PGDTM/Certificate course:

Selection for admission to these programmes will be based on the performance in TUEE 2008. For some programmes personnel interview/GD are also conducted.  Candidates may apply for more than one programme. Each programme needs separate application form. Duly filled-in application form is to be sent to the respective Head of the Department.

● Ph D programme:            

Selection to the PhD programmes is based on personnel interview only.  Each Ph. D. programme needs separate application form. Duly filled-in application form is to be sent to the respective Head of the Department.

 

Eligibility:  

All candidates applying for one or more programmes of (i) M. Tech. (ii) M. Sc., (iii) MA (iv) MCA (v) PGDTM and (vi) Certificate course will be permitted to appear TUEE 2008. However, selection will be based on the merit of TUEE 2008 and fulfillment of eligibility requirements. It is the responsibility of the candidate to ascertain the fulfillment of the Tezpur University admission eligibility requirements at the time of admission.  Academic testimonials will be verified at the time of admission.

North Eastern domicile (PRC) requirements:

Candidates applying for North Eastern quota in (i) M Sc in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology and (ii) B.Tech must send attested copy of PRC along with application form. 

Degree Year for MCA:

Qualifying degree should not be obtained prior to 1st January 2007 for MCA programme.

Mathematics for FPT and MCA:

Mathematics at 10 + 2 level is compulsory for candidate applying for M. Sc. in Food Processing Technology and MCA programmes.

 

 

Certificates for sponsorship/Cast certificate/PWD/PRC etc. are to be attached along with the application form for consideration under the respective categories. Original certificate to be produced at the time of counseling/admission for verification

 

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SECTION  ONE

THE  UNIVERSITY           

 

The University

 

Tezpur University was established in 1994 by an Act of Parliament. It is located at Napaam which is 15 kilometers away from Tezpur town, the headquarter of Sonitpur district of Assam. Tezpur is linked by road, rail and air with the rest of the country,

 

Tezpur University is a unitary type of University committed to creating an academic ambience for advanced studies and research in diverse areas of Science and Technology, Engineering, Energy, Environment & Natural Resources, Humanities, Social Sciences and Management Sciences.

 

At present, the University has the following teaching departments under five Schools of studies.

 

1.       School of Science and Technology

·           Department of Chemical Sciences

·           Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology

·           Department of Mathematical Sciences

·           Department of Physics

2.       School of Engineering

·        Department of Computer Science & Engineering

·        Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering

·        Department of Mechanical Engineering

·       Department of Food Processing Technology

3.       School of Energy, Environment and Natural Resources

·         Department of Energy

·         Department of Environmental Science

4.       School of Humanities and Social Sciences

·         Department of Cultural Studies

·         Department of English and Foreign Languages ,

·         Department of Mass Communication and Journalism

·         Department of Sociology

5.       School of Management Sciences

·         Department of Business Administration

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Facilities

 

The University has the following facilities

University Library

The University has a Central Library with a rapidly increasing collection of books and journals. Most of the necessary books are available. Besides the Central Library, the Departments also have their Departmental Libraries. The catalogue of books and journals is available for users for online access on the campus network.

Computing facilities

The University has elaborate computing facilities accessible to the students. There is a modern state-of-the art Central Computer Centre for use by the students and scholars of Tezpur University in addition to the Departmental computer laboratories. Apart from a large number of PCs and several servers, all connected to the campus LAN, the Centre also has a 4-processor SGI AL TIX-350 server. There are also high quality laser printers, scanners, multimedia accessories, etc. Various software systems are available that run in environ­ments such as UNIX/UNUX, MS-Windows-2000/NT/XP, and Novell Intra Netware. The campus LAN is connected to the Internet through its 512 kbps SCPC VSAT station of the ERNET.

Hostel Accommodation

The University has separate hostels for boys and girls.

Scholarships

A limited number of scholarships from various Government/semi Government organizations such as NEC, DBT, ITDP, MNES, DTE, AICTE, State Governments, several banks etc. are offered to the eligible students.

Health Services

The University has a Health Centre to provide basic medical services with its own medical and paramedical staff.

 

Games and Sports

The University provides opportunities for students to excel in various departments of sports. The University has basketball, volley ball and tennis courts, cricket and football grounds and a well equipped multi gymnasium.

Tezpur University Alumni Association (TUAA)

TUAA was formed in 2000 to create a network of the alumni of the University. The web-site of the association displays its events, news and other relevant  information.

 

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Curriculum

The medium of instruction/ examination in the University at all level is English.

Each academic programme is designed to provide enough flexibility in the choice of courses for the students. Besides the compulsory (core) courses for each of the programmes, the students also have the option to choose courses of their own interest from the elective /optional courses.

 

In framing the courses, care has been taken to avoid over emphasis on formal lectures alone.  There is adequate provision for laboratory works, seminars, tutorials, case studies, guided field work, etc., wherever appropriate, to inculcate the spirit of independent thinking and enrich hands-on experience. Group discussion is an integral part of the curriculum in some programme.

 

Evaluation System

 

Continuous and internal, relative grading is followed.

Relative grading is awarded on the basis of continuous internal assessment through class tests, assignments, seminars and term tests.

A Letter Grade signifies the level of standard of qualitative/quantitative academic achievement, which a student attains in a particular course/ research work. Each of the letter grades represent a Grade Point as tabulated below. The letter grades A+ to D are considered as Pass grades and F is considered as Fail grade.

 

Letter Grade

Grade Point

Description

  A+

10

Outstanding

A

9

Excellent

  B+

8

Very good

B

7

Good

  C+

6

Average

C

5

Below Average

D

4

Marginal

F

0

Poor

In addition there are other grades as stated below:

 

Letter Grade

Status

Remarks/Context

I

Incomplete

Letter grade assigned in case any evaluation component remains to be completed due to an extraordinary situation faced by the student. This grade must be converted to any of the regular grades above within the first month of beginning of the following semester by completing the remaining evaluation component(s). 

X

Extended Project

Letter grade assigned in case a project work remains incomplete and the work is extended to the following semester.

S

Satisfactory

Letter grade assigned for successful completion of a Foundation/Audit Course.

U

Unsatisfactory

Letter grade assigned for being unsuccessful in a Foundation/Audit Course.

W

Withdraw

Letter grade assigned if a student withdraws from a course after the last date for withdrawal of course.

 

Academic Probation

 

A student is placed on Academic Probation under the following situations:

a)       The CGPA of the student fails below the critical limit of 4.5

b)       The student secures an F grade in any of the Core Courses.

 

A student on Academic Probation is not allowed to register for more than 3 (three) courses during the following semester.

 

A student on Academic Probation is allowed to improve his/her CGPA by appearing in one repeat examination in the course(s) where he/she secured D grade or below within the first month of the following semester. Based on this if he/she is able to raise the CGPA to the critical limit or above and  secure pass grade in the Core Course(s) in which he/she secured F grade earlier, he/she will cease to be on Academic Probation.

 

Forced Exit from an Academic Programme:

 

A student is asked to leave the programme under the following situations:

 

a)       The student secures F grade in 3 or more courses in a semester.

b)       The student continues to be on Academic Probation for 2 consecutive semesters.

c)       The student is not able to complete the requirements of the programme within the specified duration for the programme.

 

Abridged Academic Calendar 2008

 

JANUARY 17                     Commencement of classes for spring semester

MARCH 20-28                   Mid term tests

MAY 16-30                          Spring semester end examinations

JULY 31                                Counselling and course registration for new entrants

AUGUST 01                        Commencement of classes for autumn semester

 

NOTE: Detailed academic calendar is made available in the University website as well as in the departments.

 

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Placement

The Training and Placement cell of the University is the nodal agency in arranging summer and final placement of  the students of the University. Many reputed organizations are taking active interest in the students of the University in offering placements.

The professional and intellectual excellence of the students have succeeded in creating an impact in the corporate, government and other employment sectors within and outside the country. Our alumni are the brand ambassadors of the university’s programme in teaching & research.

 

Partial List of Recruiters of Tezpur University Students

 

NIIT

Berger Paints

Dr. Reddy's Laboratories

IOC Ltd.

DDE ORG

Ivista Solutions Ltd.

TATA Infotech

Down Town Hospital Ltd.

ATA AIG

ICICI Bank

FB

Coca-Cola

Nestle

HDFC Bank

Asian Paints

Mac Lubricants

 Jubilant Organosys

Assam Engineering College

Bardhaman Knitting

Guwahati Refinery

Mahindra & Mahindra

IBM

ORACLE

HCL

Sat yam Computers

Lucent Technology

SaS'ken

Toyota

Jamia Millia Islamia

Wipro GE

ISRO

SMIT

BEL

Force Computers

Wipro

North Lakhimpur College .

Reliance Industries

S1. Anthony's College, . DRL

IIT, Guwahati

Gauhati University

Kokrajhar College

TERI, New Delhi

CII, Chandigarh

SUZLON, Pune

NIIT, Warangal

Arunachal University

J. B. College

Pongaigaon College

Pandu College

NE TV

Deskal

Amar Asom

Gov1. Art College PTI

Creative Crest

GNRC

Vaisnavi Communication .

DRDO

ICAR

NF Railways

Rajiv Gandhi University .

Tezpur University

The Gujarat Co-operative

Milk Marketing Federation Ltd. .

Bell Ceramics.

 

The Gujarat Co-operative

Milk Marketing Federation Ltd. .

Bell Ceramics.

American Express

Balsara Hygiene Ltd.

Wipro Infotech

ITC Limited

Monsanto

Net Decisions

T&I Limited

Canara Bank

SEITCO Ltd.

NEEPCO.

MOL India Ltd.

 LGElectronics Ltd.

NEDFi

Rashtriya Gramin Vikash Nidhi Mudra Communications Ltd. . Numaligarh Refinery Ltd.

Ceistream Technologies

Business Standard

Hyundai

Tata Tea Ltd.

Vinay Cements

Johnson & Nicholson

B &A Limited

Spice Net

Apex Technologies Pv1. Ltd.

Tokyo

Vethelpline India. Com

Godrej Pacific Ltd.

Techpacindia Ltd.

Avon International

ONGC

 

 

 

 

 

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Students Discipline

 

Students’ must strictly follow the discipline as prescribe in the Regulations on Maintenance of Discipline of the University. Violation of any clause by any student will be subjected to disciplinary action as per the regulations.

 

Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited inside or outside the university. Students found indulging in ragging will be subjected to punishment as per rule.

 

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SECTION  TWO

 

DEGREE ,DIPLOMA  AND   THE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME

 

 

DEGREE I DIPLOMA I CERTIFICATE  PROGRAMME

 

Departments

Programme

Eligibility

Duration

Intake

Min

Max

Chemical Sciences

M .Sc. in Applied Chemistry

B. Sc. with Chemistry as Major/Honours subject with a minimum of 45% marks and Physics and Mathematics as subsidiary subjects

4 sem.

8 sem.

22

Computer Science & Engineering

B. Tech. in Computer Science & Engineering

10+2 pass with at least 50% marks in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and pass marks in English. ( 45% for SC/ST)

8sem.

12 sem.

33

Master of Computer Application (MCA)

Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with minimum 50% marks in major subject or in aggregate and having passed in Mathematics as a subject at 10+2 level. The qualifying degree should not be obtained prior to 1.1.2007.

6 sem.

10 sem

35

M. Tech. in Information Technology *

B.E./ B.Tech. degree in any discipline or MCA or M.Sc. in Computer Science/ IT/ Electronics/ Mathematics/ Physics with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate. GATE qualified candidates will get preference.

4sem.

8 sem.

18

Electronics & Communication Engineering

B. Tech. in Electronics & Communication Engineering

10+2 pass with at least 50% marks in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and pass marks in English. ( 45 % for SC/ST)

8 sem.

12 sem.

33

M. Tech. in Electronics Design& Technology *

B.E./ B. Tech./ AMIE or equivalent in Electronics/ Electrical/ Instrumentation Engineering or M. Sc. in Electronics/ Physics (Electronics as specialization) / AMIETE with a minimum of 50 % marks in aggregate. GATE qualified candidates will get preference.

4 sem.

8

 sem.

23

M. Tech. in Bioelectronics **

B.E./B.Tech./Electronics & Communication Engineering/ Instrumentation/ Chemical Engineering/ Computer Science & Engineering/ Electrical Engineering/ Biomedical Engineering/ Bioengineering/ Neuro Engineering/ Genetic Engineering/ Biotechnology/ MBBS or M.Sc. in Biotechnology/ Biochemistry/ Chemistry/ Polymer Science/ Physics/ Electronics/ Nanoscience & Technology (with mathematics at 10+2 level) with a minimum of 50 % marks in aggregate. GATE qualified candidates will get preference.

4 sem.

8 sem.

15

Mechanical Engineering

B. Tech. in Mechanical engineering

10+2 pass with at least 50% marks in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and pass marks in English. ( 45% for SC/ST)

8 sem.

12 sem.

33

Molecular Biology and Biotechnology

M.Sc. in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology ***

Bachelor’s degree in Physical, Biological, Agricultural, Veterinary, Fishery Sciences, Pharmacy, Engineering/ Technology, four years B.S. programme, MBBS, BDS with a minimum 55% marks in major or in aggregate

 

 

4 sem.

8 sem.

30

Mathematical Sciences

M.A/ M.Sc in Mathematics

B.A./B.Sc. with Major/Honours in Mathematics, Physics or Statistics. Candidates with Major/ Honours in subjects other than Mathematics must have Mathematics as a subsidiary subject with a minimum 40% marks in Major subjects or a minimum 45% marks in aggregate

4 sem.

8 sem.

35

M.Tech. in Computational Seismology ****

Master’s Degree in Mathematics/ Statistics/ Physics/ Computer Science/ Earth Science (having Mathematics at degree level) or Bachelor’s degree in Engineering except Chemical/ Metallurgical/ Agricultural/ Bio/ Textile with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate

4 sem.

8 sem.

15

Physics

M.Sc in Physics

B. Sc. with Major/Honours  in Physics with Mathematics as one of the subsidiary subjects with a minimum of 45% marks in Major/Honours

4 sem.

8 sem.

18

M.Sc in Nanoscience & Technology

B. Sc. with (i) Major in Physics with Chemistry, Biology/ Mathematics as allied subjects or (ii) Major in Chemistry with Physics, Biology/ Mathematics as allied subject or (iii) Major in Biology with Physics, Chemistry/ Mathematics as allied subjects with a minimum of 45% marks in Major/Honours

 

 

4 sem.

8 sem.

10

Food Processing Technology

M.Sc in Food Processing Technology

B. Sc. with Chemistry as one of the subjects/ B. Sc (Agriculture)/ B. Sc Home Science with elective in food nutrition/ B. Sc(Fishery)/ B. Tech in Food Technology/ B.V. Sc/ B.E (Chemical Engineering/ Agricultural Engineering) having passed Mathematics at 10+2 level with a minimum 50% marks in major subjects or in aggregate 

4 sem.

8 sem.

15

Energy

M.Tech. in Energy Technology*

B.E./ B. Tech./ AMIE or equivalent in Mechanical/ Electrical/ Electronics/ Instrumentation/ Chemical/ Agricultural Engineering/ Energy Engineering or M. Sc. in Physics and Chemistry with a  minimum of 50 % marks in aggregate. GATE qualified candidates will get preference.

4 sem.

8 sem.

18

Environmental Science

M.Sc in Environmental Science

B. Sc. (Agri.)/ B. Sc with Major/Honours in Chemistry or Zoology or Botany or Physics or Environmental Science. Geography with Chemistry as one of the subject at degree level with a minimum of 40% marks in Major or 45% marks in aggregate

4 sem.

8 sem.

15

Cultural Studies

M.A in Cultural Studies

( Modular)

Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with a minimum of 40% marks in Major subjects or 45% in aggregate

4 sem.

8 sem.

30

English and Foreign Languages

M.A in English

Bachelor’s degree preferably with Major/ Honours in English (with 40% marks in Major subject) or 45% in aggregate

4 sem.

8 sem.

30

One year Certificate in Chinese ( Full  time)

10+2 with 45% of marks in aggregate

2 sem.

3 sem.

25

Mass Communication and Journalism

M.A in Mass Communication and Journalism

Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with a minimum of 40% marks in Major or 45% in aggregate

4 sem.

8 sem.

20

Sociology

M.A  in Sociology

Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with minimum of  40 % in marks in Major  or 45% in aggregate.

4 sem.

8 sem.

15

Business Administration

Master of Business Administration

Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with a minimum of 50% marks in Major or in aggregate

4 sem.

8 sem.

30

PG Diploma in Tourism Management ( Modular)

Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with a minimum of 45% marks in Major or in aggregate

2 sem.

6 sem.

15

 

*   5 seats are reserved for sponsored candidates (They have to qualify in the Tezpur University Entrance Examination)

**  3 seats are reserved for sponsored candidates (They have to qualify in the Tezpur University Entrance Examination)

***  (For M. Sc. in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, only  ten  seats will be filled up through Tezpur University

      Entrance  Examination. These  ten seats are reserved for candidates from North-East India. The application form

attached to this prospectus is only for these ten seats. For rest of the seats, candidates   are selected for admission through an "All India Combined Entrance Test" conducted by the Jawaharlal  Nehru University, New Delhi under the sponsorship of the Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India, New Delhi)

**** 5 seats are reserved for deputed candidates of any R & D organizations. (They have to qualify in the Tezpur

      University Entrance Examination)

 

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Important Academic Rules

 

Course registration

 The Courses opted by the students in a particular semester are to be registered, which is done in two phases: a) Pre-registration b) Final Registration. Pre-registration of courses is required only for the continuing students, to be taken by the students in a particular semester will be done before the end of the previous semester on a specified date. Final Registration is done after completing the process of addition, deletion and withdrawal of courses as per dates mentioned in the Academic Calendar.

 

For newly admitted students, registration of courses is done at the time of admission itself:

Attendance requirement

All students must attend every lecture, tutorial and practical classes, of the course registered by him/her. However, to account for late registration, sickness or such other contingencies, the attendance requirement will be a minimum 75% of the classes. Students with deficiency in attendance in a course will not be allowed to appear in the end-term examination and will be assigned an F (fail) grade in the course

 

Renewal of admission

Every student will renew his/her admission  in the successive semesters on or before the notified dates. No student is allowed to get himself / herself admitted after the scheduled date.

 

Academic  Probation

 

If a student secures one F(fail) grade in any of the core courses in a semester then he/she is put under Academic Probation. The student gets a chance to clear Academic Probation at the beginning of the following semester.

 

Forced Exit

 

A student is forced to discontinue the programme under the following conditions :

  (i)   the student secures F grade in 3 (three) or more courses in a semester

  (ii)  the student continues  to be under Academic probation for two consecutive semesters.

 

 

 

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Admission Procedure

 

 

How to Apply

 

Application forms for admission into various programmes are attached to this prospectus. For a PG programme the form completed in all respects should reach the Head of the concerned department on or before the date specified in Annexure I. For B.Tech. programme the form filled in all respects should be addressed to the Controller of Examinations. Application form incomplete in any respect will be summarily rejected. The application form can also be downloaded from the website http://www.tezu.ernet.in Downloaded forms will have to be submitted along with a bank draft of Rs. 300/-­(Rupees three hundred only). Bank draft should be drawn in favour of The Registrar, Tezpur University payable at Tezpur

 

Candidates applying for more than one programme must use separate application form for each programme

Candidates who have appeared/are appearing in the qualifying examination  before August, 2008 may also apply.

It may be noted that Tezpur University is located outside the Tezpur town area; some private courier services may not deliver mails to the University in time. Applications received after the last date will not be considered in any circumstances.

 

 

Please fill the form neatly using capital letters as far as possible. Before filling in the columns 1,2,5,8,9,17, 18,24 and 25 in Form - A, please read the instructions given below.

Column 1:    Programme Applied for : Please write the complete title of the programme along with the

Department you are applying for as given in the prospectus. (Example: Programme: M. Tech. in Electronics Design & Technology, Department: Electronics & Communication Engineering).

Column 2:   Name in Full: The name should be written in CAPITAL LETTERS in full and should

 conform to the name as given in the last Board/University examination. Candidates are to

 note that the name given in the form will appear in the grade sheets and certificates that

will be issued to them by the University.

Column 5: Candidates are to give their personal telephone numbers and correspondence address. If any candidate has no personal telephone number, the candidate is advised to mention a telephone number at which he/she can be contacted.

Column 8:    Enclose a P.R.C. to claim a seat against NE quota (for B. Tech./ MBBT).

Column 9:    Candidate must indicate(√ ) if he/she belongs to general/ scheduled cast / scheduled tribes

other backward classes /more other backward classes. Also,if the candidate is person with disability / Kashmiri migrant or belongs to minority communities, this should be indicated  accordingly.

Column 14:  Write the AIEEE Roll No. along with the year of appearance (enclose a copy of AIEEE admit

                         card).

Column 17: Please indicate clearly whether you have already passed/appeared  are appearing in the

                       qualifying examination to be held before August,2008.

Column 18 : Give details of educational qualifications as specified in the table.

Column 24: Choice of Entrance Examination Centre (other than for B.Tech. and MBA programme)

Candidates should indicate three centres (in order of preference) for entrance examination out of the list of sixteen centres given below. While every effort will be made to allot the centre of candidate's first choice, the University reserves the right to allot him/her alternative centre of second/third preferences. If any such change arises, the candidate will be informed / notified.

 

Sl. No

Name of the Centre

Sl. No

Name of the Centre

01

Agartala

09

Jorhat

02

Aizawl

10

Kohima

03

Delhi

11

Kokrajhar

04

Dibrugarh

12

Kolkata

05

Guwahati

13

North Lakhimpur

06

Hyderabad

14

Shillong

07

Imphal

15

Silchar

08

Itanagar

16

Tezpur

 

 

 

 

Column 25 : Choice of Discipline (only for B. Tech.)

         Indicate three disciplines in order of your preference from the list below:

 

CSE

Computer Science & Engineering

ECE

Electronics & Communication Engineering

ME

Mechanical Engineering

 

Admit and Acknowledgement Card ( For other than B.Tech. Programme) :

Please fill the Admit Card (in duplicate) as well as the Acknowledgement Card attached to this prospectus and send them along with the Application Form.

 

Enclosures

Photocopies of following documents are to be submitted along with the application.

·             Caste Certificate (if applicable)

·             Person with Disability ( PWD)  Certificate issued by the Competent Authority, (if applicable)

·             Permanent Residential Certificate of North-Eastern States (applicable to candidate applying

      for admission into B.Tech. and M. Sc. in MBBT under North-East Quota)

·             No Objection Certificate from the employer for pursuing the course in case of employed /

       sponsored candidates) in form no. IV.

·       Sponsorship certificate in case of sponsored candidate in the form of Form-III.

·       Gap Certificate : In case of a gap of one year or more between the completion of the     qualifying  examination and the year of admission in the university, the candidate must produce a Gap certificate from the District Police Authorities or an affidavit specifying his/ her occupation during the Gap period.

 

The selected candidates will have to produce all relevant documents in original at the time of admission. They also have to submit attested copies of all marksheets and certificates at the time of admission.

 

 

Selection of eligible candidates

 

(a) For B.Tech. programmes

  (i) Candidates seeking admission to the B.Tech. programmes are required to appear in the AIEEE-2008

       to be conducted by CBSE, New Delhi. All Admission shall be based on AIEEE score.

(ii) 50% seats are reserved  for the NE States. For admission to these seats the  candidates are also

      required to submit application to Tezpur  University in the prescribed form provided with this

      prospectus.

(iii) Admission to the remaining 50% open seats shall be made through the central counseling of AIEEE

       The selected  candidates will have to fill in the Tezpur University application form at the time of

       admission.

 

(b)For all PG programmes other than MBA

All candidates seeking admission shall have to appear in the Tezpur University Entrance Examinations (TUEE), 2008 as per the schedule given in Annexure - II at the centres mentioned earlier. For M.Tech programmes in Information Technology, Electronics Design and Technology and Bioelectronics, however, candidates with valid GATE score of 300( 200 for SC/ST) or above in respective disciplines may seek direct admission.  For some programmes candidates selected through TUEE 2008 shall be  required to appear for Group Discuss and/or Personal Interview, the dates for which will be intimated in due course. Only eligible candidates will be issued admit cards. Ineligible candidates will be issued a letter stating the reason for ineligibility.

In case of non-receipt of admit card/letter of rejection, a candidate may contact the Tezpur University Official at the examination center with proof of submission of application form before the due date. On being satisfied about the admissibility of the candidate, provided his/her name is not appearing in the list of rejected applications, the candidate  may be allowed to appear in the entrance examination.

 

The results of entrance examinations are likely to be declared in the last week of June 2008.

(c) For all programmes

For all programmes candidates shall be selected for admission strictly on merit (based on entrance test and/or interview) basis by  a committee constituted for the purpose and the decision of the committee shall be final.

 

Seats are reserved for SC/ST and Persons with Disabilities (PWD) candidates as per central government rules. PWD candidates with  at least  40% permanent disabilities will only be considered.

The list of selected candidates for admission, including a waiting list, will be notified in the University Notice Board and the selected candidates will  also be intimated individually by  post. Also the list will be made available on the University Web-site.

 

No TA/ DA will be paid to the candidates for appearing in the entrance examination and/or interview.

 

Admission

 The Schedule of Course Registration and Admission is given in Annexure III. Selected candidates are to get admitted to the concerned programme by paying all fees as per schedule. The candidate's presence at the time of verification of testimonials etc., course registration and hostel admission is essential.

 

Provisional Admission

Candidates who have appeared/are appearing in the qualifying examination before the date of admission in the year 2008 may be admitted provisionally if otherwise found eligible at the entrance examination and/or interview provided that

1. they have passed all the earlier examinations held for the same degree without any carryover of subject and satisfying the academic minimum eligibility criteria specified for the concerned academic programme;

2. all academic works including theory and practical of qualifying examinations should be

     completed before the  admission.

 3. they must produce the evidence of passing the qualifying examination with requisite qualification

     on or before 31 October, 2008 failing which then will be debarred from appearing the semester

     end examination.

 

Application for Hostel Accommodation

Candidates who wish to apply for hostel accommodation will have to indicate in column 13 of the Admission Form-A and to apply in the prescribed form for hostel accommodation to be provided at the time of selection for admission.

Commencement of Classes

Classes for all programmes will commence from 01 August,2008 as mentioned in Academic Calendar in Section one. A student admitted to any of the programmes shall have to report to the Head of the Department concerned within a week from the date of commencement of classes; otherwise his/her seat will be forfeited and such seat will be filled up from the waitlisted candidate(s).

Refund of  Caution  Deposit

Refund of caution money shall be made to a student after his/her release from the University. The claim for refund of caution money shall not be entertained beyond a period of one year from the date of release of the student. The caution money shall not be refunded if a student leaves the programme without permission and/or does not join and attend any class after admission. Refund of caution money shall be made against application in prescribed form and production of Release Order.

 

CANVASSING IN ANY FORM TO OBTAIN A SEAT WILL LEAD TO DISQUALIFICATION OF THE CANDIDATE

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Course outlines for the entrance examinations

 

(I) For B.Tech. programme As per AIEEE (visit: www.aieee.nic.in)

 

(II) For PG Degree / Diploma/  Certificate programmes

 

Candidates are to sit for Tezpur University Entrance Examinations (TUEE), 2008 to be held during May 30 to June 1, 2008. Entrance Examinations for all programmes will be of two hours duration and will carry 100 marks

 

M.Sc. in Applied Chemistry : The questions are on the basis of B.Sc. (Chemistry major) syllabus along with 10+2 standard Maths, Physics, Biology and General Aptitude. The test questions will be of objective type as well as descriptive type.

 

MCA: The written test consists of three parts-(i) Logical Reasoning and Basic Mathematical Ability, (ii) Mathematics (10+2 level) or fundamentals of Computer Science and (iii) English composition.

 

M. Tech. in Information Technology: The written test will be based on Programming in C, Computer Organization, Data Structures, Operating Systems, System Software, Computer Network, DBMS and Theory of Computation.The candidates may have to face an interview

 

M. Tech. in Electronics Design & Technology: B.E. level courses on Electronics, Electrical Engineering, AMIE in Electronics, Electronics Special paper in M. Sc. Physics course.

 

M. Tech. in Bioelectronics: B. E/ B. Tech. level courses in Electronics Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Instrumentation Engineering, Communication Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Bioengineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Biotechnology, MBBS level, M.Sc. level courses on Chemistry, Biophysics, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology & Biotechnology and Polymer Science, Electronics.

 

M. Sc. in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology: The entrance examination  is held for 10 seats ( out of 30 seats) reserved for the domicile of North East India. Questions (objective type & short writing type) on higher secondary level Chemistry, Physics and  Mathematics and graduate level Life Science subjects. The written test  is followed by personal interview. The final selection is  based on the written test and personal interview.

 M. A. I M. Sc. in Mathematics: Questions (both objective and descriptive) will be on Graduate level (Pass Course) Mathematics consisting of Algebra, Calculus, Co-ordinate Geometry, Differential Equations, Vectors, Mechanics, Fundamentals of Statistics etc.

 

M. Tech. in Computational Seismology: There will be two types of questions. Objective / multiple choice ( 25 questions covering 50 marks) and Descriptive / long questions (10 questions covering 50 marks) covering topics from mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Earth Sciences and Engineering. From the descriptive type a total of 10 questions are to be answered out of 25 questions.

 

M. Sc. in Physics: Upto B.Sc. Physics (Honours) syllabus. There are two papers in the entrance test. The first paper is of objective type and the second paper is of short descriptive type to examine the conceptual clarity of the candidate.

 

 

M. Sc. in Nanoscience and Technology: Upto B. Sc honours in Physics / Chemistry / Biology syllabus. The test will have two parts. Part A consists of 50 objective type questions of one mark each. Part B consists of about 10 short descriptive type questions of 10 marks each of which any five have to be answered.

 

M. Tech. in Energy Technology: The test paper will include questions on the basic knowledge of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry (Graduate level courses in Science and Engineering) and knowledge of different forms of energy. The final selection is based on written test and/or personal interview. GATE qualified candidates will get preference.

 

M. Sc. in Environmental Science: The test paper shall have both objective as well as short descriptive type of questions covering (a) 10+2 level science subjects (Biology, Chemistry and Physics) and (b) Basic concepts of environmental Science, environmental pollution, current environmental issues, agro-ecosystems, Agro-ecology, agriculture including hill agriculture, weather and climate systems.

 

M. A. in Cultural Studies: The written test includes questions (descriptive as well as objective type) covering (a) General Information on North East India, particularly Assam, (b) Elementary Knowledge about the artistic and cultural heritage of India with particular reference to N.E. India. The candidates may have to face an interview.

 

M.A  in English: The entrance examination assesses whether the candidate has the level of knowledge and skills expected of a student who has graduated/is going to graduate with Major/ Honours  in English.

Certificate in Chinese:. The entrance examination will assess the candidate's knowledge of English grammar and usage, ability to write coherent paragraphs in English and general information about China

 

M.A. in Mass Communication and Journalism: The written test shall comprise of both objective and subjective questions. The objective questions consist of current affairs, general knowledge, English language fluency, a general awareness on Northeast India and the basics of mass media. The subjective section is to test the candidate’s writing skills, creative and analytical capabilities. 

The final selection will be based on written test, group discussion and personal interview.

 

Diploma in Tourism Management: The written test of objective type will consist of General Knowledge, Test of Reasoning and Test of English. Short-listed candidates (based on the written test) will have to appear for a personal interview.

 

M.A. in Sociology: The written test includes questions (objective as well as subjective type) on

 (i) General awareness (ii) Understanding of various socio-economic issues.

 

M.Sc. in Food Processing Technology: The test paper shall have both objective as well as short descriptive type of questions covering (10+2 level) science subjects viz, Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology. Basic Food chemistry / Biochemistry / Food & Nutrition, Basic Food Processing (e.g. fruits & vegetables, cereals, legumes, milk, fish, meat and poultry) and Basic Food Microbiology (10+2+3 level).

 

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SECTION  THREE              

B.TECH. PROGRAMMES

 

 

 

Curriculum Structure

 

Time Duration:                                   Minimum             :   8 Semesters

                                                                Maximum            : 12 Semesters

 

Credit Requirements:                       Minimum Total  : 176

                                                                Core Courses      : 149

                                                                Electives               :   27

                                                                Humanities         :   03

                                                                Science                  :   03

                                                                Department         :   12

                                                                Open                     :   09

                                                                                 

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Semester-wise Distribution of Courses for B. Tech. Programme

 

FIRST YEAR

Common to all disciplines

Semester I

Semester II

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

MS 101

Mathematics I

4

MS 103

Mathematics II

4

PH 101

Physics I

4

PH 102

Physics II

4

CH 101

Chemistry

4

ME 102

Engineering Mechanics

4

EL 101

Basic Electrical Engineering

4

EL 102

Basic Electronics

5

ME 103

Workshop Practice

2

CO 101

Introductory Computing

3

ME 101

Engineering Graphics

3

CO 102

Computing Laboratory

2

Humanities Elective

 

Science Elective

 

EG1 01/ S0101/ BM 101

Communicative English / Sociology /

Elementary Economics.

3

BT101/ ES101/ CH102

Elements of Modern Biology / Environmental Science / Introductory Material Science

3

 

SECOND TO FOURTH YEAR

COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

 

Semester III

Semester IV

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

MS 201

Mathematics III

3

CO 205

Formal Language & Automata

3

CO 201

Discrete Structures

4

CO 206

Design and Analysis of Algorithms

4

CO 202

Digital Logic Design

4

CO 207

System Programming

3

CO 203

Data Structures

5

CO 208

Object Oriented Programming

4

CO 204

Computer Architecture and Organization

4

EL 221

Electronic Devices arid Circuits

4

EL 204

Signals and Systems

3

EL 206

Principles of Communication

4

Semester V

 

Semester VI

CO 301

Operating Systems

4

CO 306

Embedded Systems

4

CO 302

Database Systems

5

CO 307

Software Engineering

4

CO 303

Computer Graphics

4

CO 308

Compiler Design

4

CO 304

Principles of Programming Languages

3

BM 322

Social Responsibility and Professional Ethics in Engineering

3

CO 305

Computer Networks

4

 

CS Elective I

3

BM 321

Fundamentals of Management

3

 

Open Elective I

3

Semester VII

Semester VIII

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

CO 401

Artificial Intelligence

3

-

CS Elective IV

3

-

CS Elective II

3

-

Open Elective III

3

-

CS Elective III

3

CO 482

Project II

12

-

Open Elective II

3

 

 

 

CO 471

Industrial Summer Training

2

 

 

 

CO 481

Project t

6

 

 

 

 

Electives

CO 421

Graph Theory

3

CO 422

Theory of Computation

3

CO 423

Web Technology

5

CO 424

E-Commerce

5

CO 425

VLSI Design

5

CO 426

Advanced Computer Architecture

3

CO 427

Modeling & Simulation

5

CO 428

Computer Peripherals & Interfacing

5

CO 429

Computer Systems Performance Evaluation

3

CO 430

Management Information System

3

CO 431

System Analysis and Design

3

CO 432

Information Theory & Coding

3

CO 433

Digital Signal Processing

3

CO 434

Image Processing

3

CO 435

Mobile Computing

3

CO 436

Wireless Communication

3

CO 501

Network Management and Security

3

CO 502

Data Compression

3

CO 503

Fuzzy Logic and Neural Networks

3

CO 504

Natural Language Processing

3

CO 505

Advanced Database Management System

3

CO 506

Advanced Software Engineering

3

CO 507

Advanced Embedded Systems

3

CO 508

Grid Computing

3

CO 509

Computer Vision

3

CO 510

Robotics

3

CO 511

Ubiquitous and Pervasive Computing

3

 

 

 

ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

Semester III

Semester IV

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

MS 201

Mathematics III

3

EL 205

Integrated Circuits

4

EL 201

Switching Circuits & Digital Logic

4

EL 206

Principles of Communication

4

EL 202

Electrical Technology

4

EL 207

Instrumentation

4

EL 203

Analog Electronic Devices and Circuits

4

EL 208

Engineering Electromagnetics

3

EL 204

Signals and Systems

3

CO 221

Data Structures and Object Oriented Programming

4

CO 205

Computer Architecture and Organization

4

CO 222

System Software & Operating systems

4

Semester V

Semester VI

EL 301

Digital Communication

4

EL 306

Communication Networks

4

EL 302

Microprocessors and Interfacing

4

EL 307

Device Modeling & Simulation

4

EL 303

Digital Signal Processing

4

EL 308

VLSI Design

4

EL 304

Control System Engineering

4

BM 302

Social Responsibility and Professional Ethics in Engineering

3

EL 305

Microwave Engineering

4

 

ECE Elective I

3

BM 301

Fundamentals of Management

3

 

Open Elective I

3

Semester VII

Semester VIII

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

EL 401

Digital Systems Design and VHDL

4

-

ECE Elective IV

3

-

ECE Elective II

3

-

Open Elective III

3

-

ECE Elective III

3

EL 482

Project II

12

-

Open Elective II

3

 

 

 

EL 471

Industrial Summer Training

2

 

 

 

EL 481

Project I

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

Electives

EL 421

Image Processing

3

EL 422

Electronic Design Automation

3

EL 423

Medical Electronics

3

EL 424

Fiber Optic Communication

3

EL 425

Mobile Communication

3

EL 426

Fuzzy Logic and Neural Networks

3

EL 427

Satellite Communication Systems

3

EL 428

Information and Coding Theory

3

EL 429

Graph Theory

3

EL 430

Computer Vision

3

EL 431

MEMS and Microsystems Technology

3

EL 432

Advance Semiconductor Devices

3

EL 433

Biomedical Signal Processing

3

EL 434

Bioneuro Engineering

3

EL 435

Nanoelectronics

3

EL 436

Intelligent Instrumentation

3

EL 437

Wireless Communication

3

EL 438

Digital Signal Processor

3

MECHANICAL  ENGINEERING

Semester III

Semester IV

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

MS 201

Mathematics III

3

MS 202

Mathematics IV

3

ME 201

Solid Mechanics

4

ME 207

'Theory of Mechanisms & Machines

4

ME 202

Fluid Mechanics I

3

ME 208

Manufacturing Technology I

3

ME 203

Material Science

3

ME 209

Fluid Mechanics II

3

ME 204

Machine Drawing

2

ME 210

Mechanical Engineering Laboratory II

3

ME 205

Thermodynamics

4

CO 221

Data Structures & Object Oriented Programming

4

ME 206

Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I

3

EL 202

Electrical Technology

4

Semester V

Semester VI

ME 301

Dynamics & Vibration of Machinery

3

ME 307

Applied Thermodynamics II

3

ME 302

Mechanical Measurements & Instrumentation

3

ME 308

Heat & Mass Transfer

4

ME 303

Manufacturing Technology II

3

ME 309

Systems & Control

3

ME 304

Applied Thermodynamics I

3

ME 310

Mechanical Engineering Laboratory III

3

ME 305

Mechanical Design

4

BM 322

Social Responsibility & Professional Ethics in Engineering

3

ME 306

Advanced Workshop Practice

3

 

ME Elective I

3

BM 321

Fundamentals of Management

3

 

Open Elective I

3

Semester VII

Semester VIII

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

ME 401

Industrial Systems Engineering

3

-

ME Elective IV

3

-

ME Elective II

3

-

Open Elective III

3

-

ME Elective III

3

ME 482

Project II

12

-

Open Elective II

3

 

 

 

ME 471

Industrial Summer Training

2

 

 

 

ME 481

Project I

6

 

 

 

Electives

ME 421

Computer Graphics & Solid Modeling

3

ME 422

Optimization Methods in Engineering

3

ME 423

Mechanical Vibration

3

ME 424

Theory of Elasticity

3

ME 425

Machine Tools & Machining

3

ME 426

Reliability Engineering

3

ME 427

Productivity Improvement Techniques

3

ME 428

Finite Element Methods in Engineering

3

ME 429

Gas Turbine & Compressor

3

ME 430

Value Engineering

3

ME 431

Fracture and Fatigue

3

ME 432

Engineering Optimization

3

ME 433

Experimental Stress Analysis

3

ME 434

Composite Materials

3

ME 435

Machine Tool Design

3

ME 436

Combustion Engineering

3

ME 437

Tea Machineries

3

ME 438

Petroleum & Drilling Technology

3

ME 439

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

3

ME 440

Advanced Solid Mechanics

3

ME 521

Robotics

3

ME 522

Quality Engineering

3

ME 523

Non-Conventional Energy

3

ME 524

Operations Management

3

ME 525

Tribology

3

ME 526

Modern Control System

3

ME 527

Computer Aided Design

3

ME 528

Computer Aided Process Planning

3

ME 529

Artificial Intelligence in Engineering

3

ME 531

Project Management

3

ME 532

Power Plant Engineering

3

ME 533

Energy Management

3

ME 534

Mechatronics

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SECTION  FOUR                  

Ph.D. Programme

 

Categories of candidates

 

The University shall admit Ph.D. students under the following categories:

a)      Full Time: Students under this category shall work full time for the Ph.D. courses/ research. They may apply for fellowship/assistantship available from different funding agencies. Institute scholarships likely to be provided to full time scholars.

b)      Sponsored: Candidates may be sponsored by recognised R&D organisations, national institutions, other universities, Government organizations or industries. They shall be admitted through the normal process, and they shall not be entitled to any financial support from the University. They shall work full time for the Ph.D. courses/research.

c)      Project Fellows: Persons working on different research projects of Tezpur University may be admitted to the Ph.D. programme subject to the consent of the Principal Investigator of the project. They shall do their course work and complete the minimum credit requirement for the Ph.D without affecting the project work. After completion of the course work they can take up the research problem from the project, subject to the approval of the DRC/CRC/ sponsoring agency wherever  applicable.

d)      Part time: Candidates employed in academic institution /University (including Tezpur University)/ R&D organizations may be considered for admission into the Ph.D. programme of Tezpur University, following the normal admission procedure. They shall have to complete the minimum credit requirement prescribed for Ph.D degree and attended classes and attain the prescribed minimum attendance. Subject to the approval of the DRC/CRC, they may be allowed to carry out their research work at other institutes/ laboratories recognized by the Tezpur University.

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Eligibility for Admission

 

Master's Degree in Humanities and Social Sciences/ Management Sciences/ Science/ Engineering/ Technology or Master degree in the allied subject with consistently good academic record and minimum of 55% marks or an equivalent CGPA in the Master's Degree/ B.E/ B.Tech. with an aggregate of 80% marks or equivalent GPA with valid GATE score.

 

A fellowship in Chartered Accountancy/ Company Secretaryship from a recognized Indian or foreign institution with not less than 60% of marks or equivalent CGPA having a minimum of Bachelor's Degree.

 

Relaxation in requisite qualifications for SC/ST candidates shall be followed as per Central Govt. rules.

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Admission Procedure

 

1.      The application form for admission to Ph.D. programme in Form A & B attached to this prospectus duly filled in and completed in all respects must reach the Controller of Examinations on or before the last date specified for the purpose in Annexure–I.

2.      Applications of the candidates of categories (b) (c) & (d) must be submitted through proper channel.

3.      Sponsored candidates should submit the sponsorship certificate from his/her employer in proper format (Form-III) attached to this prospectus.

4.      Employed Part time candidates shall have to submit a no objection certificate(Form-IV) attached to this prospectus from their employer stating that the candidates shall be allowed to get themselves admitted to the Ph.D. programme, if selected. Such candidates shall complete their course work by the end of third semester after obtaining necessary leave in the prescribed format.

5.      Project fellows shall have to submit their application form with a no objection certificate from the Principal Investigator in Form-V attached to this prospectus.

6.      Candidates selected for admission to Ph.D. programme shall have to get admitted within stipulated date by paying all fees as given in Annexure–V.

 

Selection Procedure

Candidates will have to appear before the selection committee constituted by the Heads of the Departments. Candidates will be required to submit documents in support of their candidature before the selection committee.

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Academic  Session

 

Academic session of the university shall be from August to July and shall consist of two semester – Autumn (July  to December) and Spring (January  to June). For details please refer to the Academic Calendar.

 

Enclosures to be submitted along with the application form

1.      Attested copies of pass certificate and marksheet of board/council/university examinations starting from HSLC.

2.      Certificate of age proof.

3.      Caste certificate/ Persons With Disability certificate from the appropriate authority, if applicable.

4.      Sponsorship certificate in the Form no III  in case of sponsored candidates.

5.      No Objection Certificate from employer as per enclosed format (Form-IV) if employed.

6.      No Objection Certificate from the Principal Investigator as per enclosed format (Form-V) in case of project fellow.

 

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Requisite qualifications for admission into different disciplines of Ph.D. programmes

 

 

School

Department

                                          Qualification

 

Science & Technology

Chemical Sciences

M.Sc. in all branches of Chemical Science/ Physics or M.E./M. Tech. in related subject. NET qualified candidates will be preferred.

 

 

Mathematical Sciences

M.A./M.Sc. degree in Mathematics/ Statistics/ Physics/ Computational Seismology/ Economics with requisite background in Mathematics.

 

 

Physics

 M.Sc. in Physics/ Electronics/ Geophysics/ Material Science/ Applied Mathematics/ Nano Science & Technology.

M. Phil., M. Tech in Solid State Material Science/ Electronics/ Energy.

 

 

Molecular Biology & Biotechnology

M.Sc. in Biotechnology/ Molecular Biology/ Mol. Biology & Biotechnology/ Biochemistry/ Microbiology/ Genetics/ Plant Breeding/ Agricultural Biotechnology/ Life Sciences/ Botany/ Zoology/ Applied Botany /Biophysics/ Bioinformatics.

 

Engineering

Electronics & Communication Engineering

ME/ M. Tech./M. Sc. Engg./MS in Electronics/ Communication/ Electronics Design/ Electrical/ Instrumentation / Control/ Microwave /Biomedical/ Bioelectronics/ Bio-Technology/ Computer Science/ Information Technology.

M.Sc. in Electronics/ Physics/ Applied Mathematics.

MCA with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in Bachelor degree, MBBS with MD/ MS degree.

BE/ B.Tech. with 80% marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA with valid GATE score.

 

Computer Science & Engineering

M. Tech. in Computer Science/ I.T./ Electronics

MCA

M. Sc. in Computer Science/ I.T.

BE/B.Tech. with 80% marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA with valid GATE score.

 

Humanities &         Social Science

English & Foreign Language

M.A. in English (specialization may be in literature, ELT or Linguistics)

M.A. in Linguistics

 

Cultural Studies

Post graduates of any discipline of Humanities and Social Sciences, having proven knowledge of Folklore, Societies, Cultures, Language and Literatures, Ethnic Groups and other related topics with special reference to North-East India

 

 

 

 

 

 

Humanities &         Social Science

Mass Communication & Journalism

M.A. in Mass Communication/ Mass Communication & Journalism/ Communication

Master of Mass Communication (MMC)

Master of Journalism and Mass Communication (MJMC)

Master of Science in Communication (M.S. Communication)

M. Sc. in Communication

Master of Journalism

 

Sociology

Post Graduation in Sociology, Post Graduation in Anthropology ( with specialization in  Social Anthropology/ Economics/ History/ Political Science/ Social Work.

Post Graduation in Mass Communication/ Law/ Management / Cultural Studies/ Philosophy. 

 

Energy, Environment & Natural Resources

Energy

M.Sc./ ME/ M. Tech. degree in Energy Technology/ Energy Management/ Energy  related Engineering & Technology/ Physics/ Chemistry/Agriculture/ Allied subjects.

 

Environmental Science

M.Sc. in Environmental Science/ Botany/ Applied Botany / Chemistry/ Physics/ Zoology/ Earth Sciences/ Agro-forestry/ Life Science.

M.Sc.(Agri) in Crop Physiology/ Biochemistry/ Horticulture / Agronomy/ Soil Science/ Meteorology.

M.Sc. in Agricultural Science.

 

Management  Sciences

Business Administration

M.B.A./ PGDM

M. Com.

M.A./ M. Sc. in Economics

M.A. in Psychology/ Sociology and Anthropology

M.C.A

M.T.M./ M.T.A.

FCA/ FCS/ FICWA

M.E. / M. Tech. in any discipline 

M.Sc. in Agriculture/ Home Science/ Fishery/ Statistics

M.V.Sc. in (Veterinary Science)

 

 

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Recognized Supervisors  of Tezpur University and their area of specialization

 

 

1.  Department of Chemical Sciences

 

Name & Designation

                  Area of Specialization

Dr. S.K. Dolui, Professor

Fibre reinforced plastic, self reinforced plastic, water based coating and adhesive, diffusion of small molecule through plastic.

Dr. N.S. Islam, Professor

Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry and Biomimetic Chemistry of Transition Metals

Dr. T.K. Maji, Professor

Grafting on fibres, Rubber processing, Reaction engineering, Emulsion Polymer, Textile finishing.

Dr. R.K. Dutta, Reader

Surfactant and Drinking Water.

Dr. N. Karak, Reader

Synthesis of Polymer, Blends and composite flame.

Dr. R.C. Deka, Reader

Theoretical Chemistry and Computer Modeling.

Dr. R. Bora, Lecturer (Sr.)

Synthesis of bioactive molecule, Development of green methodologies for organic transformation

Dr. A.J. Thakur, Lecturer

Heterocyclic chemistry, Organic synthesis and Molecular container chemistry

Dr. A.K. Phukan, Lecturer

Theoretical Inorganic and Organometalic chemistry

 

2.  Department of Mathematical Sciences

 

Name & Designation

                  Area of Specialization

Dr. M. Borah, Professor

Discrete Distribution, Combinational Optimization, Genetic Algorithms, Numerical Analysis.

Dr. N. Deka Baruah, Reader

Number Theory, Ramanujan’s Mathematics

Dr. D. Hazarika, Lecturer , Reader

General Topology, Fuzzy Sets and Application

Dr. M. Hazarika, Lecturer (Sr.)

Functional Analysis, Operator Theory

3.  Department of Physics

 

Name & Designation

                  Area of Specialization

Dr. A. Choudhury, Professor

(on lien)

Condensed Matter Physics, Laser Physics, Quantum Electronics

Dr. A. Kumar, Reader

Condensed Matter Physics, Solid State Ionics

Dr. J. K. Sarma, Reader

Theoretical High Energy Physics, Particle Physics

Dr. N. S. Bhattacharyya, Reader

Microwaves

Dr. N. Das, Lecturer(Sr.)

Plasma Physics

Dr. G.A. Ahmed, Lecturer( Sr.)

Laser Physics, Optoelectronics

Dr. D. Mohanta, Lecturer( Sr.)

Condensed Matter Physics and Nanoscience

 

4.  Department of Molecular Biology & Biotechnology

 

Name & Designation

                  Area of Specialization

Dr. B.K. Konwar, Professor

Plant Biotechnology, Microbial Genetics, Petroleum Biotechnology

Dr. A.K. Mukherjee, Reader

Biochemistry, Microbial Biotechnology

Dr. S. Baruah, Reader

Immunology

Dr. A.K. Buragohain, Reader

Plant Biotechnology, Microbial Biotechnology, Molecules Biology

Dr. S.K. Ray, Lecturer

Molecular Biology

 

 

5.  Dept. of Electronics & Communication Engineering

 

Name & Designation

                  Area of Specialization

Dr. M. Bhuyan, Professor

Sensor Design, Image Processing, Machine Vision.

Dr. S. Bhattacharyya, Reader

Microwave Antennas

Dr. J.C. Dutta, Reader

Bio-electronics

 

6.  Department of Computer Science & Engineering

 

Name & Designation

                  Area of Specialization

Dr. M. Dutta, Professor

Optimization, Computational Theory

Dr. D.K. Saikia, Professor

Networks, Mobile Computing

Dr. D.K. Bhattacharyya, Professor

Data Mining, Cryptography

Dr. S.K. Sinha, Professor

Workflow Automation, Web Theory

Dr. R.K. Das, Reader

(on lien)

Parallel Algorithms, Data Mining

Dr. S.M. Hazarika, Reader

Special Reasoning, Cognitive Vision

 

7.  Department of English & Foreign Languages

 

Name & Designation

                  Area of Specialization

Dr. M.M. Sarma, Professor

Applied Linguistics, Literatures in English

Dr. B.K. Danta, Professor

American Literature, Critical Theory

Dr. P.K. Das, Reader

American Literature, Indian Writing in English

Dr. M. Borbora, Reader

Linguistics (Syntax, Psycholinguistics)

 

8.  Department of Cultural Studies

 

Name & Designation

                  Area of Specialization

Dr. S.K. Dutta, Professor

Folkloristics, Assamese Literature, Language & Culture

 

9.  Department of Sociology

 

Name & Designation

                  Area of Specialization

Dr. C.K. Sarma, Reader

Social Development, Culture & Media Studies, Environmental Sociology, Nationalism.

 

10.  Department of Energy

 

Name & Designation

                  Area of Specialization

Dr. D. Konwer, Professor

Biomass Energy, Fossil Fuels, Energy & Environment, Waste Management.

Dr. S. Somadarshi, Reader

Solar Energy, Photocatalysis, Hydrogen Energy, Energy Education.

Dr. D.C. Baruah, Reader

Biomass Energy, Energy Management

Dr. D. Deka, Reader

Biofuels, Biomass Assessment, Bioenergy & Environment

 

 

 

11.  Department of Environmental Science

 

Name & Designation

                  Area of Specialization

Dr. K. K. Baruah, Professor

Environmental Physiology and Biochemistry

Dr. K.P. Sarma, Reader

Environmental Chemistry

Dr. A.K. Das, Lecturer

Geomorphology

 

12.  Department of Business Administration

Name & Designation

                  Area of Specialization

Dr. S.S. Khanka, Professor

( On lien)

Human Resource Management

Dr. G. Singaiah, Reader

(on lien)

Organizational Behaviour

Dr.(Mrs.) C. Goswami, Reader

Finance

Dr. M.K. Sarma, Reader

Services Marketing

Dr. C. Goswami, Reader

Consumer Behaviour and Promotional Strategies

Dr. S.S. Sarkar, Reader

Finance, Accounting, Taxation & Social Development Issues

 

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DEPARTMENTS

 

 

Department of Chemical Sciences

 

 

The Department was established in the year 1997 with the objective of providing students with broad based training in various disciplines related to Chemical Sciences. The Department offers M.Sc programme in Applied Chemistry with specialization in Polymer Science, Medicinal Chemistry and Catalysis. The programme provides students with a wide choice of elective relevant to the frontiers of these branches of Chemical Sciences. The faculty members are involved in advanced research programms in the areas of synthesis, characterization and processing of polymer, composite materials, bioinorganic chemistry, surfactant systems, synthetic organic chemistry, theoretical chemistry and environmental chemistry.

Programmes offered

1.       M. Sc. in Applied Chemistry

with specialization in Polymer Science, Medicinal Chemistry and Catalysis.

2. Ph. D. in Chemistry.

Faculty

Professors

Dolui S. K., Ph. D. (IIT, Kharagpur), Dean, School of Science & Technology

Islam N. S., Ph. D. (NEHU, Shillong)

Maji T. K., Ph. D. (Calcutta University)

Readers

Dutta R. K., Ph. D. (NEHU, Shillong), Head of the Department

Karak N. K., Ph. D. (IIT, Kharagpur)

Deka R. C., Ph. D. (NCL, Pune)

Senior Lecturer

                 Borah R., Ph. D. (Gauhati University)

Lecturers

Phukan A. K., Ph. D. (Hyderabad University)

Thakur A. J., Ph. D. (RRL, Jorhat)

Puzari P. (Ph. D. thesis submitted to IIT, Guwahati)

 

Courses offered in the M. Sc. in Applied Chemistry programme

Semester I

Semester II

 

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

AC 401

Inorganic Chemistry -I

3

AC 407

Inorganic Chemistry – II

3

AC 402

Organic Chemistry - I

3

AC 408

Organic Chemistry – II

3

AC 403

Physical Chemistry - I

3

AC 409

Physical Chemistry – II

3

AC 404

Quantum Chemistry and Chemical Bonding

3

AC 410

Computers In Chemistry

4

AC 405

Physical Chemistry, Laboratory

3

AC 411

Principles and applications of Spectroscopy

3

AC 406

Inorganic Chemistry, Laboratory

3

AC 412

Organic Chemistry Laboratory

4

 

 

 

AC 413

Seminar

1

Semester III

Semester IV

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

AC 501

Chemical Engineering Principles

3

 

Elective – V

3

 

Elective - I

3

 

Elective – VI

3

 

Elective - II

3

 

Elective – VII

3

 

Elective - III

3

AC 529

M. Sc. Project

9

 

Elective - IV

3

 

 

 

 

Elective - Laboratory Courses

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Students can opt for elective papers from the following groups

 

Elective - I

Elective - IV

 

AC 502

Polymer Analysis, Testing and Characterization

 

AC 510

Introduction to Polymer Composites

 

 

AC 503

Medicinal Chemistry - I

 

AC 511

Advanced Analytical Techniques

 

 

AC 518

Fundamentals of Catalysis and Surface Science

 

Elective - Laboratory Course

 

Elective - II

AC 512

Polymer Synthesis and Analysis Laboratory

 

 

AC 505

Fundamentals of Polymers and their Processing

 

AC 513

Advanced Laboratory Course in Organic Chemistry - l

 

 

AC 506

Environmental and Green Chemistry

 

AC 514

Advanced Laboratory Course in Organic Chemistry-II

 

 

 

Elective -III

AC 515

Catalysis Laboratory

 

 

AC 507

Rubber Science and Technology

 

 

 

 

 

AC 508

Molecular Modeling of Organic and Inorganic Compounds

 

 

 

 

 

AC 509

  Natural Products

 

 

 

 

 

Elective - V

Elective - VII

AC 516

Production of Industrial   Polymer

 

AC 523

Chemistry of Paints and Surface Coatings

 

 

AC 517

Newer Methods in Organic Synthesis

 

AC 524

Basic Fibre Science

 

 

AC 504

Solid State Chemistry

 

AC 525

Biodegradable Polymers

 

 

Elective - VI

AC 526

Bioinorganic and Biophysical Chemistry

 

 

AC 519

Polymer Physics and Rheology

 

AC 527

Medicinal Chemistry - III

 

 

AC 520

Medicinal Chemistry - II

 

AC 528

Heterogeneous Catalysis

 

 

AC 521

Bioactive Molecules

 

 

 

 

 

AC 522

Homogeneous Catalysis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Facilities

The Department is equipped with sophisticated instrumentation facilities, which include FTIR, CHN Analyzer, Thermal Analyzer, UV-Visible Spectrophotometer, Universal Testing Machine (UTM), Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer, Polarizing Microscope, Computational facilities etc. in addition to laborato­ries for research and post-graduate level Chemistry, Petro-Chemicals and Polymer Laboratories and a Polymer Processing Workshop. Besides these the university has central instrument facilities of Scanning Electron Microscope and 400MHz Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, GC-MS and ICPAES.

 

Award

The highest scorer among the students of Applied Chemistry programme is awarded with the Applied Chemistry Education Award.

 

 Department Page :  http://www.tezu.ernet.in/dcs/index.html

 

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Department of Molecular Biology & Biotechnology

 

 

The Department which is sponsored by Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India was established in July 1997 to take up teaching and research programmes in Biotechnology. Some of the research areas currently being pursued are molecular biology, microbial biotechnology, plant biotechnology, medicinal plants, biochemistry, snake venom analysis, genetics of malaria parasite and yeast genomics.

 

Programmes offered

1. M. Sc. in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology

        2. Ph. D.

Faculty

Professor

Konwar B. K., Ph.D. (London), Head of the Department

Readers

Mukherjee A. K., Ph.D. (Burdwan University)

Baruah S, Ph.D. (Panjab University)

Buragohain A. K., Ph. D. (London)

Lecturers

Ramteke A., Ph.D. (JNU, New Delhi)

Ray S. K., Ph. D. (CCMB, Hyderabad)

Mandal M., M. Phil. (Assam University)

Medhi T., Ph.D. (IIT Kharagpur)

                Kalita, E., M.Sc ( Tezpur University)

 

Courses offered in the M. Sc in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology programme

 

Core Courses

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

BT 401

Genetics & Cytogenetic

3

BT 402

Cell Biology

3

BT 403

Biochemistry

4

BT 404

Microbiology

4

BT 405

Remedial Mathematics

 

BT 406

Biophysics

2

BT 407

Techniques and instrumentation

3

BT 408

Enzymes and Enzyme Technology

3

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

BT 409

Immunology

4

BT 410

Molecular Biology & Genetics

4

BT 411

Cell and Tissue Culture

4

BT 412

Fermentation and Process Control

4

BT 413

Genetic Engineering I

4

BT 414

Application of Computer in Biotechnology

3

BT 418

Credit Seminar

2

BT 419

Genetic Engineering II

4

BT 421

Project

14

BT 420

Management & Legal Issues in Biotechnology

2

 

Elective Courses

 

BT 415

Animal Biotechnology

4

BT 416

Plant Biotechnology

4

BT 417

Food Biotechnology

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Facilities

The Department houses a range of sophisticated equipment such as Gel Documentation System, High Pressure Liquid Chromatography, Protein Purification System, Fraction Collector, Electrophoresis system, Millipore Water Purification System, PCR Machine, Fermentor, CO2 incubator, Ultra Sonicator, Incubated Shaker, Deep Freeze, Tensiometer, Inverted Microscope, Tissue Culture Facility, Gas Chromatography ­MS, UV-VIS Spectrophotometer, Deep freezer, Cold room, Pulse field Electrophoresis, High Speed Centrifuge, NMR- 400 ( proposed) etc.

 

Departmental Library

Apart from basic and advanced textbooks in the Departmental library, additional books, collection of latest references books, number of foreign and national journals as well as Electronic journals in the University library.

Fellowship

The students admitted to the M. Sc. programme are eligible for a DBT sponsored monthly studentship of Rupees eight hundred only.

 Department Page : http://www.tezu.ernet.in/dmbbt/index.html

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Department of Mathematical Sciences

 

 

The Department was started in July 1994 with the objective of producing trained manpower for undertaking research and teaching in mathematics and allied branches of basic or applied sciences. The Department carries out research in the areas of discrete probability distribution, genetic algorithms/ combinatorial optimization, pattern recognition, plasma physics, operator theory, fuzzy mathematics number theory and mathematics influenced  by Ramanujan etc.

Programmes offered

1. M. A. / M. Sc. in Mathematics

2. M. Tech. in Computational Seismology

        3. Ph. D. in Mathematics

Faculty

Professor

      Borah M., Ph. D. (Gauhati University), Head of the Department

Readers

Baruah N. D., Ph. D. (Tezpur University)

Hazarika, D., Ph.D( JMI, Delhi)

Lecturers

Hazarika M., Ph. D. ( Tezpur University)

Sarmah, B. P., M. Sc. (Gauhati University)

Dutta S., M. Sc. (Delhi University)

Barman R., M .Sc. (IIT, Delhi)

Sen S., M. Sc. (Gauhati University)

Haloi R., M. Sc. (Gauhati University)

Deka, B. M.Sc. ( IIT, Delhi)

 

 

Courses offered in the M.A. / M. Sc in Mathematics programme

 

Core Courses

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

MS 401

Abstract Algebra

4

MS 408

Topology

4

MS 403

Linear Algebra

4

MS 410

Functional Analysis

4

MS 405

Real Analysis

4

MS 424

Computer Laboratory II

1

MS 409

Probability & Statistics

4

MS 501

Classical Mechanics

4

MS 411

Computer Programming+

4

MS 507

Partial Differential Equations

4

MS 421

Computer Laboratory I

2

MS 508

Mathematical Methods

4

MS 416

Numerical Analysis+

3

MS 503

Mathematical Programming

4

MS 414

Ordinary Differential Equations

4

MS 513

Project

6

MS 406

Complex Analysis

4

 

 

 

+ Course for which there is a separate practical unit assigned as Computer Lab

Elective Courses

MS 541

Fluid Mechanics

4

MS 572

Operations Theory -II

 

4

 

MS 542

Electrodynamics

4

MS 573

Number Theory

 

4

 

MS 543

Relativity

4

MS 574

Advanced Algebra - II

 

4

 

MS 544

Operation Research

4

MS 576

Quantum Mechanics -II

 

4

 

MS 545

Elliptic Curves

4

MS 576

Mathematical Modelling-I

 

4

 

MS 546

Algebraic Number Theory

4

MS 578

High Energy Astrophysics

 

4

 

MS 547

Numerical Linear Algebra

4

MS 579

Mag. Hydr. & Plasma Physics -II

 

4

 

MS 548

Mathematical Logic

4

MS 580

Sampling Techniques -II

 

4

 

MS 549

 Graph Theory

4

MS 581

Stochastic Processes - II

 

4

 

MS 552

Operator Theory

4

MS 582

Reliability  Theory

 

4

 

MS 553

Number Theory I

4

MS 583

Advance Analysis –II

 

4

 

MS 554

Advanced Algebra - I

4

MS 584

Multivariate Analysis -I

 

4

 

MS 556

Quantum Mechanics -I

4

MS 585

Fuzzy Sets & Applications-I

 

4

 

MS 557

Mathematical Modelling-I

4

MS 586

Parallel Numerical Algorithms

 

4

 

MS 558

General Theory of Relativity

4

MS 587

Finite Element Method

 

4

 

MS 559

Mag. Hydr. & Plasma Physics -I

4

MS 588

Applied Matrix Theory

 

4

 

MS 560

Sampling Techniques -I

4

MS 591

Computational Fluid Dynamics

 

4

 

MS 561

Stochastic Processes - I

4

MS 591

Computational Fluid Dynamics

 

4

 

MS 562

Statistical Quality Control

4

MS 593

Wavelets and Applications

 

4

 

MS 563

Advance Analysis –I

4

MS 594

Advanced Topology-I

 

4

 

MS 564

Multivariate Analysis -I

4

MS 595

Numerical Solutions of ODE

 

4

 

MS 565

Fuzzy Sets & Applications-I

4

MS 596

Advanced Topology-II

 

4

 

MS 566

Fourier Analysis

4

MS 597

Numerical Solutions of PDE

 

4

 

MS 567

Continuum Mechanics

4

MS 598

Algebraic Geometry

 

4

 

MS 568

Theory of Distribution and Sobolev Spaces

4

MS 599

Probability Theory

 

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Courses offered in the M. Tech. in Computational Seismology programme

 

Core Courses

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

SM 611

Continuum Mechanics

4

SM 623

Computational Seismology

6

SM 612

Stochastic Processes & Time Series Analysis

4

SM 622

Inverse Theory and Statistical Inference

4

SM 613

Physics of the Earth and Geodynamics

4

SM 621

Mathematical Methods in Seismology

4

SM 614

Computational Techniques & Programming

4

SM 615

Finite Element Methods and Optimization Techniques

4

SM 610

Computational Laboratory-I

5

SM 620

Computational Laboratory -II

6

SM 640

M. Tech Dissertation- I

10

SM 650

M. Tech Dissertation- II

14

Elective Courses

SM 631

Computer Graphics and Visualization

4

SM 637

Structural Dynamics & Earthquake Engineering

4

SM 632

Pattern Recognition in Geo-sciences

4

SM 638

Fuzzy Set Theory & Applications

4

SM 634

Digital Signal Processing

4

SM 639

Geo-informatics & Data Analysis

4

SM 635

Advanced in Seismology

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Facilities

The Department has a state of the art computer laboratory established with assistance from the DST. It is equipped with 2 high performance servers, 2 workstations and 35 PCs. The latest scientific and mathematical software packages are available. The laboratory is fully networked and  it  linked with the central computer center via LAN with access to the INTERNET.

 

The Departmental Library

The Departmental Library has a collection of books contributed by the National Board of Higher Mathemat­ics (NBHM) and Inter University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA) besides other text books.

 

Scholarship

The selected candidates (15, including 5 deputed candidates) for the M. Tech. in Computational Seismol­ogy programme will be eligible for a consolidated assistantship of Rs. 8000/- per month.

 

 Department Page : http://www.tezu.ernet.in/dmath/index.html

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Department of Physics

 

 

The Department was started in 1998 and aims to produce trained manpower for teaching and undertaking theoretical as well as experimental research in different branches of Physics and Materials Science. Since its inception the Department has sought to create a quality environment in physics teaching and research. Research activities are being carried out in the areas of condensed matter physics, photonics, high energy physics, microwaves, plasma physics and Nanoscience and technology.

 

Programmes offered

1 M. Sc. in Physics

2 M. Sc. in Nanoscience and Technology

          3. Ph. D. in Physics

 

Faculty

Professor

                Choudhury A. J., Ph. D. (Oxford University), (on lien)

Readers

                Kumar A., Ph. D. (IIT, Kanpur), Head of the Department

                Sarma J. K., Ph. D. (Gauhati University)

                Bhattacharyya  N. S., Ph. D. (Delhi University)

Lecturers .

Ahmed G. A., Ph. D. (Gauhati University)

Das N., Ph. D. (Gauhati University)

Mohanta D., Ph. D. (Tezpur University)

Francis Ng. K., M. Sc. (Delhi University)

Deb P, Ph. D. (Jadavpur University)

Karmakar P.K., M. Sc. (Gauhati University)

 

Courses offered in the M. Sc. in Physics programme

 

Core Courses

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

   PH 400

Physics Lab - I

5

PH 411

Statistical Physics

3

   PH 402

Quantum Mechanics - I

3

 PH413

Computational Techniques

3

   PH 403

Mathematical Methods of Physics - I

3

 PH 415

Nuclear Theory & Particle Physics

3

   PH 404

Electromagnetic Theory - I

3

 PH499

Physics Lab - II

5

PH 405

Semiconductor Devices

3

PH500

Project Work - I

5

PH 407

Quantum Mechanics - II

3

PH501

Condensed Matter Physics & Material Science - I

3

PH 409

Mathematical Methods of  Physics-II

3

PH503

Atomic & Molecular Physics

3

PH 410

Analog & Digital Electronics

4

PH599

Project Work - II

5

Elective Courses

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

CODE

COURSE NAME

CR

PH 401

Classical Mechanics

3

PH521

Introduction to Parton Models

3

PH 504

Laser Physics

3

PH522

Communication Systems

3

PH 505

Coherent Optical System

3

PH523

Microwaves

3

PH 506

Physics of thin Film

3

PH524

Digital Signal Processing

3

PH 507

Physics of Low Temperature

3

PH525

Microprocessor & Digital Signal Processing Based System

3

PH 509

Condensed Matter Physics &  MaterialScience - II

3

PH526

Plasma Physics-I

3

   PH 510

Fibre Optics & Optoelectronics

3

PH527

Plasma Physic - II

3

   PH 511

Image Processing

3

PH528

Solid State lonics

3

   PH 512

Physics of Remote Sensing

3

PH529

Advanced Material Science

3

PH 513

Photonics Devices

3

PH530

Nano Structures - I

3

PH 514

Super Conductivity & Critical Phenomena

3

PH531

Nano Structure- II

3

PH 515

Physics of Integrated Circuits

3

PH532

Quantum Electrodynamics

3

PH 516

Probes of Solid State Physics

3

PH 533

General Theory of Relativity

3

PH 517

Physics of Solid State Devices

3

PH 534

Astrophysics and Cosmology

3

PH 519

Quantum Field Theory

3

PH 535

Electromagnetic Theory - II

3

PH 520

Modern Particle Physics

3

 

 

 

 

Courses offered in the M. Sc. in Nanoscience and Technology

 

NS 401

Quantum Mechanics

3

 NS 413

Measurement & Analysis

Lab - I

5

NS 402

Electronics

3

    NS 414

 

Instrumental Methods of Analysis

 

 4

NS 403

Computational Techniques

3

NS 415

Measurement & Analysis

Lab -II

 5

NS 404

Basic Polymer Science

3

  NS 501

Surface Science

3

NS 405

Cell & Molecular Architecture of Cells

3

  NS 502

Optical Properties of Nonostructures

3

NS 407

Statistical Physics

3

  NS 503

Electrical & Magnetic Properties of Nanostructures

3

NS 408

Condensed Matter Physics

3

  NS 504

Biosynthesis of Nonoparticles &  Applications

3