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About The School

IEC School of Basic Sciences is one of the indispensable Schools of the University. It imparts excellent quality education. In the area of Chemistry, Physics & Mathematics. The School offers Undergraduate, Post Graduate and a Doctoral degree on full time basis. Industrial Visits, Trainings and Projects are an integral part of the courses offered by IEC School of Basic Sciences. The course has been designed to acquaint students with an advanced knowledge of areas of Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics. Today’s world needs people who understand science and the contribution it makes to society. Basic Science is the science of applying knowledge from one or more natural scientific fields to practical problems. The study of basic science at our University will provide you with not only a broad understanding of a variety of scientific principles but also the skill to apply your knowledge to solve problems and provide solutions to a variety of situations. School has embarked on continual upgrading of its facilities; all these are in line with our desire to train holistic scientists that make positive contribution not only to our nation but also to the whole of mankind.


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Vision
• To provide value based education and shape the younger generation through the synthesis of Science and Technology so that their earnest endeavors to achieve progress and prosperity in life.
• To make our students competent to do research and teaching in a passionate way.
• Since the technology is changing day by day so our main aim is to help our Nation in the field of technology by contributing quality research work.
• To establish the Department as a center of excellence for providing quality education.

Mission
• To help students to move forward with a collaborative initiative to achieve all round excellence.
• To promote knowledge in a rewarding and inspiring research environment.
• To develop leadership qualities relevant to the 21st century and beyond.

Significance of Study of Basic Sciences
Basic Sciences principally refers to the scientific disciplines of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The principal idea behind something being labelled as basic science is that study of basic science leads to a better understanding of natural phenomena. It looks for "knowledge and discovery of facts" to enable one to understand an already existing phenomenon. Physics teaches you why things fall, what produces light etc. Mathematics teaches you what numbers are and how they are evaluated, what equations are and how they are solved. Most of basic science related study does not look for an application that would benefit from it.

Teaching Methodology
The School of basic sciences is involved in extensive classroom teaching and active participation of the students. The school demonstrates responsibility for the quality of its educational programs, and learning environments and it evaluates their effectiveness for student learning through processes designed to promote continuous improvement. The course teachers do Continuous Internal Assessment. It has two tests and any two modes of assessment like seminar, assignment, group discussion, viva, and problem solving.
The students are awarded for the best academic and professional performances. The achievements of our students have been outstanding. At the School of Basic Sciences, we nurture future scientists and academicians.

Message of Dean

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Dear Students,

We live in a knowledge-driven economy, where Research and Development has become the key to sustainable economic growth. The production of theoretical knowledge and integrated experiential findings are the two main aspects of research activities. The outcomes which are constantly augmented, corrected and revised is a natural corollary but the huge database created and the published material built by researcher-writers is indeed appreciable.
The Master’s degree programmes are being offered in 5 disciplines including Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Engineering and Law. Also, M.Phil/Ph.D degree programmes are being offered in Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics.
We choose our students with great attention and care precisely because we are so deeply invested in their development and the important and unique contributions to knowledge and society that they will offer. We hope that you will consider joining us in the remarkable intellectual and social experience in IEC University.
I welcome you to visit our institution to see for yourself what we have to offer.

Best Wishes
Dr. Ashish Kumar Sharma
M.Sc, M.Phil, Ph.D (Mathematics)

Dean Post Graduate Studies

Teaching Pedagogy

The fast changing world economy has posed a challenge to the educational institutions to constantly revamp the discourse patterns. At IEC, we strive to gain a competitive edge in this arena. Having recognized the paradigm shift taking place in the management education to meet the aspiration of industry, we conduct the programs adding suitable values to the personality of students. In the Globalization era, when the corporate houses in business management and IT are expanding their wings all over the globe, need arises to produce quality pool which possesses the skill set required by the employers. Keeping this in mind, we at IEC initiated teaching methodology which works towards enhancing the skills of the students, so that they can be the best human resource to match the industry requirements. To do so IEC has adopted latest techniques in teaching methods which includes case studies, practical exercises, corporate guest lectures to fill up the gap between industry and academics, group activities to teach them how to work in team, practical exercises, and individual counseling for addressing their issues related to academics etc. The use of electronic media like PowerPoint presentations, use of internet, e-learning, mobile learning the classrooms helps students to understand the concepts better. Our students are constantly encouraged to do projects, give presentations, visit industries and attend several guest sessions in addition to individual mentoring sessions with the faculties.

  • Electronic Media
  • Case Studies
  • Group Activities
  • Industrial Visit
  • Individual Counselling
  • Corporate Guest Lectures
  • E-Learning
  • Mobile Learning
  • Practical Exercise
  • Interactive Learning
  • Smart Classes
  • Seminars
  • Research Oriented Teaching
  • Foreign University Exchange Programs
  • Personality Development Sessions
  • Pre Placement Trainings
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Career Option

Generally, science degree holders specialize in a particular field. They can move into various jobs according to their studied field. The courses offered by IEC have a great scope & there are various opportunities available for the M.Sc. graduates. At present, M.Sc. degree holders in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are high in demand. While, other fields are also in demand in private sectors. A M.Sc. degree holder can work in both government & private sectors. An M.Sc. degree holder can work in various fields like education, defense, public sector, automotive and aerospace industries, healthcare, materials, technology, computing, energy and information technology.

After completion of your degree in M.Sc., you can also go for the further higher studies such as research programmes like M.Phil and Ph.D. courses. After completing your degree, you can work in various organizations and companies.

• Job Areas: Teaching, Research, NTPC, ONGC, HPCL, DRDO, ISRO, BAARC, BHEL, NPL, banks, and many industrial jobs also.

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Infrastructure & Facilities

Infrastructure & Facilities
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Library
The School of Law has established a well-equipped library comprised of text and reference books, journals, periodicals, magazines and newspapers. A student will entitled to borrow two text books at a time from the library for a period of 14 days. The library card shall not be transferable. If the library card is lost, a duplicate card will be issued on payment. The School also provides computer facility to its students with internet connectivity and latest software along with a collection of CD ROM related to Law in side the Law Library.
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Extensive Digital Library
Over 30,000 books, 100 journals and magazines on different subjects. Beautifully designed and with a seating capacity to accommodate 200 students has cubicles for faculty and research students Has subscription to national & international-journals like IEEE/IEE, Springer, ACM, ASCE Emerald Management Xtra through membership of INDEST Consortia of Indian Institute of Technology, Dehli. An active member of Developing Library Network (DELNET) for resource sharing.
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Computing Facilities
250 Pentium IV workstations running on Windows 2010, Windows XP Pro, Linux and SCO Unix. All classrooms and offices equipped with 24*7 Internet connectivity with a 150 Mbps leased line Classroom and conference room fitted with LCD projection facilities and LAN. Computer lab with 600 systems for common purpose. All departments using CAD and CAM. Separate computer lab for each school and department with specialized software.
Computing Facilities

Research Lab
The School of Basic Sciences has its own well equipped research lab. The research lab is housed with modern instrumental and basic facilities for research students. The lab contains the specific set up for synthesis of nano-materials.
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Chemistry/Physics Labs
The school of basic sciences has its own well furnished Labs as per UGC norms.
IEC LAB

Wi- fi Enabled Modern Classroom
School of Law is wi-fi enabled modern class rooms enabling uninterrupted access to high speed internet 24*7.Outfitted with the latest technology. Spacious classrooms equipped with all the necessary presentation facilities and also have video conferencing facility. Every classroom and conference room is fitted with LCD projection facilities and LAN. Lectures are typically augments by multimedia.
Modern Classroom

Other facilities for the students
Hostel Facility:
Students desirous of availing hostel facility may apply to the concerned authority of IEC University at the time of admission to the course. Students availing hostel facility shall have to pay hostel charges and security separately in addition to fee and other charges as per norms fixed by the Government of Himachal Pradesh from time to time.
Hostel Facility Hostel Facility Hostel Facility

Bus Facility:
Students desirous of availing bus facility may apply to the concerned authority of School of Law, IEC University at the time of admission to the course. Students availing bus facility shall have to pay transport charges as per IEC University Rules.
Bus Facility

Gymnasium Facility:
Students desirous of availing this facility may apply to the concerned authority/ In charge of IEC University. Students availing this facility shall have to pay nominal charges as decided by the IEC University.
Gymnasium Facility Gymnasium Facility

Sports and NSS Facilities:
IEC University has its own play ground within the campus and University organizing various sports activities round the clock throughout the year as per University schedule. IEC University has one unit of NSS.
Sports and NSS Facilities Sports and NSS Facilities

Health Centre:
IEC University has its own health Centre within the campus.
Health Centre

Canteen:
IEC University has its own Multi- cuisine canteen within the campus, spread over an area of 10,000 square feet with modern cooking appliances. Can accommodate 400 students at a single point of time.
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Faculty Deatails

Department of Physics

Name of faculty

Designation

Qualification

Teaching

Experience

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Dr. Pooja Dhiman

HOD/ Assistant Professor

Ph.D., M. Phil.

03 Years

Pooja Dhiman

Dr. Kush Rana

Assistant Professor

Ph.D.

04 Months

Kush Rana

Mr. Rajat

Teaching Assistant

M.Sc., Ph.D.(P)

Fresher

Rajat

Department of Chemistry

Dr. Meenakshi Sharma

HOD/Assistant Professor

Ph.D. (Organic Chemistry)

05 Years

Meenakshi Sharma

Mrs. Sarvjeet Kaur

Assistant Professor

M. Phil (Organic Chemistry)

03 years

Sarvjeet Kaur

Dr. Ajay Kumar

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. Chemistry

01 years

Ajay Kumar

Mr. Ajay Sharma

Assistant Professor

M. Phil (Inorganic Chemistry)

02 years

Ajay Sharma

Ms. Kajal Sharma

Teaching Assistant

M.Sc. Chemistry

06 Months

Kajal Sharma

Ms. Manisha Chandel

Teaching Assistant

M.Sc. Chemistry

(Ph.D. Pursuing)

Fresher

Manisha Chandel

Department of Mathematics

Dr. Ashish Kumar Sharma

HOD/ Assistant Professor

M.Sc, M.Phil, Ph.D

06 Years

Ashish Kumar Sharma

Mr. Manoj Kumar

Assistant Professor

M.Sc. M.Phil, Ph.D (P)

09 years

Manoj Kumar

Ms. Vijyeta Verma

Assistant Professor

M.Sc M.Phil

07 years

Vijyeta Verma

Mr. Nitan Singh

Assistant Professor

M.Sc, M.Phil (P)

01 years

Nitan Singh

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Research Papers by Faculty

Dr. Pooja Dhiman

1. Gaurav Sharma, Anuj Kumar, Mu Naushad, Amit Kumar, H Ala'a, Pooja Dhiman, Ayman A Ghfar, Florian J Stadler, MR Khan, Photoremediation of toxic dye from aqueous environment using monometallic and bimetallic quantum dots based nanocomposites ,Journal of Cleaner Production, 172, 2919-2930 (impact factor:5.75).

2. Reena Saini Amit Kumara, Ajay Kumar, Gaurav Sharma, Mu. Naushad Florian J. Stadler, Ayman A. Ghfarb, Pooja Dhiman , Sustainable nano-hybrids of magnetic biochar supported g-C3N4/FeVO4 for solar powered degradation of noxious pollutants-Synergism of adsorption, photocatalysis& photo-ozonation , Journal of Cleaner Production 165, 431-451 (impact factor:5.75)

3. Pooja Dhiman, Mu Naushad, Khalid Mujasam Batoo , Amit Kumar, Gaurav Sharma, Ayman A. Ghfar, Gagan Kumar, M. Singh, Nano FexZn1-xO as a tuneable and efficient photocatalyst for solar powered degradation of Bisphenol A from water, Journal of Cleaner Production 165, 1542-1556 (impact factor:5.75)

4. G Kumar, RK Kotnala, J Shah, V Kumar, A Kumar, P Dhiman, M Singh,=Cation distribution a key to ascertain the magnetic interactions in cobalt substituted Mg-Mn nanoferrite matrix, Phys.Chem.Chem.Phys., 2017, 19, 16669 (impact factor:4.123).

5. Gagan Kumar Somnath, Indu Sharma, R K Kotnala, M Singh, Arun Kumar, Pooja Dhiman, Virender Pratap Singh, Kartikey Verma, Structural, magnetic and Mössbauer studies of Nd-doped Mg-Mn ferrite nanoparticles , Journal of Magnetism & Magnetic Materials,2017.

6. Pooja Dhiman, Arun Kumar, M.Singh, Rietveld-refinement and optical study of the Fe doped ZnO thin film by RF magnetron sputtering, AIP Conference Proceedings 1837 (2017), 040041-43.

7. MS Sanjeev Kumar, Gagan Kumar, R K Kotnala, Arun Kumar, Pooja Dhiman , Effect of La3+ ions on the = Structural, Electrical and Magnetic Properties of Mn-Zn nanoferrites synthesized via Sol-Gel Auto Combustion Method, Accepted in Applied Science Letters.

8. Amit Kumar, Changsheng Guo , Gaurav Sharma, Deepak Pathania, Pooja Dhiman, Mu Naushad, Susheel Kalia, Magnetically recoverable ZrO2/Fe3O4/Chitosan nanomaterials for enhanced sunlight driven photoreduction of carcinogenic Cr (VI) and dechlorination & mineralization of 4- chlorophenol from simulated waste water, RSC Advances, 6(2016) 13251-13263 (Impact factor:3.84)

9. Arun Kumar , Pooja Dhiman, M. Singh. « Effect of Fe-doping on the Structural, Optical and Magnetic Properties of ZnO thin films prepared by R F Magnetron Sputtering Ceramics International 42 (7), (2016)7918-7923 (Impact factor-2.758).

10. Amit Kumar, Shashi Kant , P. Singh, P. Dhiman, Removal of malachite green and methylene blue by Fe0.01Ni0.01Zn0.98O/polyacrylamide nanocomposite using coupled adsorption and photocatalysis,Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 147 , 340-352, 2014. (Impact factor 7.435)

11. Gagan Kumar, Jyoti Shah, R.K. Kotnala, Pooja Dhiman, Ritu Rani, Virender Pratap Singh, , Sagar E. Shirsath, Khalid M. Batoo, M. Singh “Self-ignited synthesis of Mg–Gd–Mn nanoferrites and impact of cation distribution on the dielectric properties”,CeramicsInternational 40 (2014) 14509–14516 (impact factor-2.758).

12. Virender Pratap Singh, Gagan Kumar,, Pooja Dhiman, R. K. Kotnala, Jyoti Shah, Khalid M. Batoo, M. Singh, “Structural, dielectric and magnetic properties of nanocrystalline BaFe12O19 hexaferrite processed via sol-gel technique" Adv. Mat. Lett. 5(8) (2014) 447-452 (impact factor-1.9).

13. Jagdish Chand, Satish Verma, Pooja Dhiman, Sarveena, and M. Singh, « The microstuctural,Mössbauer and magnetic properties of Mg Gd 0.01 Fe 0.19 O 4 ferrite processed by solid state reaction technique” AIP Conference Proceedings, 1591, 1518 (2014).

14. Pooja Dhiman* , Jagdish Chand, S. Verma, Sarveena, and M. Singh, « Ni, Fe Co-doped ZnO Nanoparticles Synthesized By Solution Combustion Method” AIP Conference Proceedings 1591(2014) 1443.

15. Pooja Dhiman, Khalid Mujasam Batoo, R.K. Kotnala, Jagdish Chand, M. Singh “Room temperature ferromagnetism and structural characterization of Fe,Ni co-doped ZnO nanocrystals, Applied Surface Science 287 (2013) 287– 292 Impact Factor (3.150).

16. Pooja Dhiman,* J. Chand, Amit Kumar, R.R. Kotnala, K. M. Batoo, M. Singh “Synthesis and characterization of novel Fe@ZnO nanosystem, Journal of alloys and Compound, 578 (2013) 235 Impact Factor (3.014)

17. Wasi Khan, Pooja Dhiman, A. H. Naqvi, M. Singh, Abdullah A. Saad »Structural, optical and magnetic properties of perovskite (La1−x Sr x )(Fe1−x Ni x)O3, (x=0.0, 0.1 & 0. 2)nanoparticles, Electronic Material Letters(2013), 9(1), pp 7. Impact Factor (2.057)

18. Satish Verma, Jagdish Chand, Pooja Dhiman, Sarveena and M. Singh, “Structural, Dielectric and Mössbauer Properties of Mg0.2Mn0.5Ni0.3AlyFe2-yO4 Nanoferrites Prepared by Citrate Precursor Method International Journal Of Engineering Research and Technology (IJERT), AMRP-2013 Conference Proceedings, 97-98.

19. Abdullah A. Saad, Wasi Khan, Pooja Dhiman, A. H. Naqvi, M. Singh, “Structure and Magnetic Properties of Perovskite LaFeO3 Nanocrystals Synthesized Via Reverse Micelle Technique” 13th International Conference on Fracture June 16–21, 2013, Beijing, China.

20. Jagdish Chand, Satish Verma, Pooja Dhiman, Sarveena and M. Singh, “The Electric and Dielectric Properties of Gd3+ Doped Mg Ferrite Processed by Solid State Reaction Technique” International Journal Of Engineering Research and Technology (IJERT), AMRP-2013 Conference Proceedings, 40-41.

21. P. Dhiman*, K.M. Batoo, R.K. Kotnala, M. Singh, “Fe-doped ZnO nanoparticles synthesised by solution combustion preparation of Fe2O3 nanoflakes : synthesis and Characterization- Advanced Material Letters , 2012, 3(4) ISSN: 0976-

22. Pooja Dhiman*, S.K.Sharma, M. Knobel , Ashish Gautam, and M.Singh, Magnetic properties of Fe doped ZnO nanosystems synthesized by solution combustion method” Research Journal of Recent Sciences, Vol. 1(8), 48-52(2012).

23. Pooja Dhiman* , Ritu Rani and M.Singh, Structural and electrical Properties of Fe Doped ZnO Nanoparticles Synthesized by Solution Combustion Method” AIP Conf. Proc, 1447, 307 (2012).

24. Sanjay Kumar, Ashwani Sharma, M. Singh, Pooja Dhiman, R.K. Kotnala, “Size Controlled Synthesis and Magnetic Properties of Ni-ZnFerrite Nanoparticles by using Aloe Vera Extract Solution”, Nano Vision, Vol.1 (3), 101-114 (2011) (Impact Factor-2.041).

Dr. Kush Rana

1. Kush Rana , Preeti Thakur, Parul Sharma, Monika Tomar, Vinay Gupta, Atul Thakur, Improved structural and magnetic properties of cobalt nanoferrites: influence of sintering temperature . Cera. Inter. 41 (2015) 4492-4497.

2. Kush Rana , Preeti Thakur, Monika Tomar, Vinay Gupta, Atul Thakur, Structural and magnetic properties of Ni-Zn doped BaM nano-composite via citrate precursor. AIP Proceedings 1731 (2016) 050152.

3. Abhilash Pathania, Kush Rana, Nikhil Bhalla, Preeti Thakur, Pedro Estrella, Jean Luc Mattei, Pattrick Queffelec, Atul Thakur , Raman and Mossbauer spectroscopic studies of tungsten doped Ni-Zn nano ferrite. Journal of Material Science: Materials in Electronics, DOI:10.1007/s10854-016-5574-2 (2017) 1-7.

4. Atul Thakur, Pravindra Kumar, Preeti Thakur, Kush Rana , Alexis Chevalier, Jean Luc Mattei, Pattrick Queffelec, Enhancement of magnetic properties of Ni0.5Zn 0.5Fe2O4 nanoparticles prepared by the co-precipitation method . Ceramic International 42 (2016) 10664-10670.

5. Kush Rana , Preeti Thakur, Atul Thakur, Monika Tomar, Vinay Gupta, Jean Luc Mattei, Pattrick Queflec, Influence of samarium doping on magnetic and structural properties of M type Ba-Co hexaferrite . Ceramic International. 42 (2016).

6. Ashish Saini, Kush Rana, Atul Thakur, Preeti Thakur, Jean Luc Mattei, Pattrick Queffelec, Low loss composite nano ferrite with matching permittivity and permeability in UHF band, Materials Research Bulletin 76 (2016) 94-99.

Dr. Pooja Dhiman

Books/Book Chapter

1. ZnSe-WO3 nano-hetero-assembly stacked on Gum Ghatti for photo-degraative removal of Bisphenol A: Symbiose of adsorption and photocatalysis, accepted in the book edition entitled “ Organic and Inorganic Pollutants in Wastewater: Methods of Analysis, Removal and Treatment” by Materials Research Forum LLC. The USA.

2. Effective degradation of Methylene blue using ZnO:Fe:Ni nanocomposite, accepted in the book edition entitled “ Organic and Inorganic Pollutants in Wastewater: Methods of Analysis, Removal and Treatment” by Materials Research Forum LLC. The USA.


Publications Details

Mathematics Department

Dr. Ashish Kumar Sharma

1. Amit Sharma, Ashok Kumar Raghav, Vijay Kumar and Ashish Kumar Sharma , “Effect of Circular Variation in Thickness and Linear Variation in Densityon Vibrational Frequencies”, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, 564, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-6875-1_49.

2. AK Sharma, V Verma , “Inspection of Vibration using Rayleigh-Ritz method for Orthotropic Non-Homogeneous Plate with varying Thickness and Thermal Effect”, Romanian Journal of Acoustics and Vibration, 2017

3. Ashish Kumar Sharma, Amit Sharma, A. K. Raghav, Vijay Kumar, “Analysis of Free Vibration of Non-Homogenous Trapezoidal Plate with 2D Varying Thickness and Thermal Effect” , Journal Of Measurements in Engineering, Dec 2016,Volume 4,Issue 4.

4. Vijay Kumar Amit Sharma, Ashish Kumar Sharma, Ashok Kumar Raghav, “Vibrational Study of Square Plate with Thermal Effect and Circular Variation in Density” RJAV, vol XIII issue 2/2016, 146-152.

5. Ashish Kumar Sharma, Amit Sharma, Ak Raghav, V Kumar , “Effect of Vibration on Orthotropic Visco-Elastic Rectangular Plate with Two Dimensional Temperature and Thickness Variation” , Indian Journal of Science and Technology, 9(2016), 1324-1330.

6. Ashish Kumar Sharma and Vijay Kumar, Amit Sharma , A. K. Raghav, “A Modeling on Frequency of Rectangular Plate”, International Journal of Control Theory and Applications, 9(2016), pg 9593-9598.

7. Ashish Kumar Sharma, Amit Sharma, “Mathematical Modeling of Vibration on Parallelogram Plate with Non Homogeneity Effect” , Romanian Journal of Acoustics and Vibration, 13(2016), pg 53-57.

8. Ashish Kumar Sharma And Subodh Kumar Sharma, “A Quintic Spline Technique: Effect on Frequency of C-S-C-S and S-S-S-S Rectangular Plate with Varying Thickness and Temperature Effect” , Romanian Journal of Acoustics and Vibration, 13(2016), pg 47-52.

9. Ashish Kumar Sharma and Subodh Kumar Sharma, “Rayleigh-Ritz method for analyzing free vibration of orthotropic rectangular plate with 2D thickness and temperature variation”, Journal of VIBROENGINEERING, 17(2016), pg 546-550.

10. Ashish Kumar Sharma and Subodh Kumar Sharma, “Mathematically study on vibration of visco‑elastic parallelogram plate” , Journal of Mathematical Models in Engineering (MME), 1(2015), pg 12-19.

11. SK Sharma and AK Sharma, “Mechanical vibration of orthotropic rectangular plate with 2D linearly varying thickness and thermal effect”, International Journal of Research in Advent Technology, 2(2014), pg 184-190.

12. SK Sharma and AK Sharma, “Effect of bi-parabolic thermal and thickness variation on vibration of visco-elastic orthotropic rectangular plate”, Journal of Advanced Research in Manufacturing, Material Science and Metallurgical Engineering, 1(2014), 26-38.

13. A Kumar Sharma and SK Sharma, “Free vibration analysis of visco-elastic orthotropic rectangular plate with bi-parabolic thermal effect and bi-linear thickness variation”, Journal of Advanced Research in Applied Mechanics and Computational Fluid Dynamics, 1(2014), 10-23.

14. A Kumar Sharma, SK Sharma, “Vibration computational of visco-elastic plate with sinusoidal thickness variation and linearly thermal effect in 2D”, Journal of Advanced Research in Applied Mechanics and Computational Fluid Dynamics, 1(2014), 46-54.

15. Anupam Khanna and Ashish Kumar Sharma , “Natural Vibration of Visco-Elastic Plate of Varying Thickness with Thermal Effect” , Journal of Applied Science and Engineering, 16 (2013), pg 135-140.

16. Subodh Kumar Sharma and Ashish Kumar Sharma, “Free Transverse Vibrations of Visco- Elastic C-C-C-C Square Plate with Thickness and Temperature variation”, Research Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, 1(2013),pg. 1-5.

17. Ashish Kumar Sharma Anupam Khanna, “Natural Frequency of Viso-Elastic Square Plate with Thickness Variation” , Elixir Mech. Engg., 56(2013), pg. 13264-13267.

18. Ashish Kumar Sharma , Anupam Khanna and Narinder Kaur, “Effect of varying poisson ratio on thermally induced vibrations of non-homogeneous rectangular plate”, Indian Journal of Science and Technology, 5 (2012), pg. 3263-3267.

19. Anupam Khanna, Ashish Kumar Sharma, “Mechanical Vibration of Visco-Elastic Plate with Thickness Variation” , International Journal of Applied Mathematical Research, 1(2012), 150-158.

20. Anupam Khanna, Ashish Kumar Sharma , “Effect of Thermal Gradient and Thickness Variation on Vibration of Visco-Elastic Plate” , International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research, 1(2012), pg. 58-60.

21. Ashish Kumar Sharma Anupam Khanna, “A Computational Prediction On Vibration Of Square Plate By Varying Thickness With Bi-Dimensional Thermal Effect”, International Journal of Emerging trends in Engineering and Development, 2(2012), pg 1-6.

22. Ashish Kumar Sharma and Anupam Khanna , “Vibration Characterization Of C-C-C-C Visco-Elastic Square Plate With Varying Temperature” , International Journal of Research in Engineering and Applied Sciences, 2(2012), 1754-1760.

23. Ashish Kumar Sharma and Anupam Khanna , “Effect of Thermal Gradient on Vibration of Visco-Elastic Plate with Thickness Variation” , American Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 2(2012), pg. 34-36.

24. Anupam Khanna and Ashish Kumar Sharma, “Mechanical Vibration of Visco-Elastic Plate With Thickness Varation” , International Journal of Applied Mathematical Research, 1(2012), pg. 150-158.

25. Anupam Khanna and Ashish Kumar Sharma, Vibration analysis of visco-elastic square plate of variable thickness with thermal gradient”, International Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 3(2011), pg.1-6.

26. Anupam Khanna , Ashish Kumar Sharma and Meenu Bhaita, “Study of Free Vibrations Of Visco-Elastic Square Plate of Variable Thickness with Thermal Effect”, Innovative Systems Design and Engineering, 2(2011), 108-114.

27. Anupam Khanna, Ashish Kumar Sharma , “Thermally induced vibration of non-homogeneous visco-elastic plate of variable thickness”, Advances in Physics Theories and Applications, 1(2011), pg. 1-5.

28. Anupam Khanna, Ashish Kumar Sharma, “Analysis of free vibrations of VISCO elastic square plate of variable thickness with temperature effect”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, 2(2011), 312-317.

29. Anupam Khanna , Ashish Kumar Sharma and Meenu Bhaita, “Vibration of Non-homogenous Visco-Elastic Square Plate of Variable Thickness in Both Directions”, Innovative System Design and Engineering, 2(2011), 128-134.

30. Anupam Khanna, Ashish Kumar Sharma, Harminder Singh, Verjesh Kumar Magotra, “Bi-Parabolic thermal effect on vibration of visco-elastic square plate” , Journal of applied Mathematics and Bioinformatics, 1(2011), 39-48.

31. Ravinder Kumar, Ashish Kumar Sharma, “Analysis of Water Hammer Forming on the Sheet Metal”, 2(2011), pg. 6-11.

32. Anupam Khanna, Ashish Kumar Sharma, “Vibration Characteristics of Non-Homogeneous Visco-Elastic Square Plate” , Advances in Physics Theories and Applications, 2(2011), pg. 1-6.

Mr. Manoj Kumar Dhiman

1. AK Sharma, MK Dhiman, V Verma , Vandana “Vibration of Clamped Non-homogeneous Square Plate with non-uniform varying Thickness and Thermal Effect” Research Journal of Science and Technology, 2017.

Ms. Vijyeta Verma Dhiman

1. AK Sharma, MK Dhiman, V Verma , Vandana “Vibration of Clamped Non-homogeneous Square Plate with non-uniform varying Thickness and Thermal Effect” Research Journal of Science and Technology, 2017.

Books/Book Chapter Published

Dr. Ashish Kumar Sharma

1. A.Khanna and A.K Sharma “Vibrational Characteristics of Square Plate with Thickness Variability" , ISBN No: 978-3-659-16916-8., Jul 5, 2012, LAP Publisher Germany.

2. A.K Sharma, “Computational Prediction on natural Frequency of Crack Plate", ISBN No: 978-3-659-25862-6. September 27, 2012. LAP Publisher Germany.

3. A.K Sharma and S.K Sharma, “Mechanical Vibration of Plates ", ISBN No: 978-3-659-11322-2, Feb-2014, LAP Publisher Germany.

4. A.K Sharma and S.K sharma , “Mathematical Foundations ", ISBN No: 978-3-659-58693-2, Aug-2014, LAP Publisher Germany.

5. A.K Sharma, Mathematics with MATLAB", . ISBN No: 978-3-330-02266-9, Dec-2016, LAP Publisher Germany.

Mr. Manoj Kumar Dhiman

1. M.K.Dhiman - A book on “ Computer Based Numerical Analysis (2011).

2. B.D.Moudgil, P.C,Chopra ,M.K.Dhiman - Text Books on “ Applied MathematicsVolume I & II(2011,2012).ISBN No. 9789382369633,9789382369820

3. M.K.Dhiman and S.Dhiman-A book on “Numerical Analysis and Computer Programming (2012)

4. M.K.Dhiman 2017- Engineering Mathematics , Volume I (Under Publication).

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