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PH-5277 (M.Sc.) [Relativistic Quantum Mechanics]

PH-5267 (M.Sc.) [Symmetries in Quantum Mechanics]                                    

PH-5257 (M.Sc.) [Scattering Theory]

PH-5137 (M.Sc.) [Approximation methods in Quantum Mechanics]

PH-5127 (M.Sc.) [Hydrogenic atoms]

PH-5117 (M.Sc.) [Wave formalism of Quantum Mechanics]

PH-3277 (EP) [Relativistic Quantum Mechanics]

PH-3267 (EP) [Symmetries in Quantum Mechanics]

PH-3257(EP) [Scattering Theory]

PH-3237 (EP) [Approximation methods in Quantum Mechanics]

PH-3127 (EP) [Hydrogenic Atoms]

PH-3117 (EP) [Wave formalism of Quantum Mechanics]

PH-2017 (EP) [Relativity]

Earlier courses taught:

PH-6320 (M.Sc.) [Quantum Field Theory]

PH-7070 (Ph.D.) [Quantum Field Theory]

PH-1010 (B.Tech) [Physics-I]

 

 

Master thesis supervised:

S. No.

Student's Name

Passing out Year

Title of the master thesis

1

Saptashwa Bhattacharya (now pursuing Ph.D. in Tokyo, Japan)

2013

Relic abundance of Inert fermion doublet dark matter.

2

Pragati Mitra (now pursuing Ph.D. in VUB, Brussels, Belgium)

2014

Dark Matter: The physics beyond the standard model

3

Swagata Barma

2014

Massive Neutrinos: The physics beyond the standard model.

4

Chayan Majumdar (now pursuing Ph.D. in IIT Madras, Chennai, India)

2015

Determination of possible mass range of dark matter in the inert scalar triplet model.

5

Supriya Senapati

2015

Neutrinoless double beta decay in see-saw mechanisms.

6

Sambo Sarkar (passing out batch)

2016

Relic abundance of singlet-doublet fermion dark matter.

7

Shweta Dalal (passing out batch)

2016

Scalar dark matter in the minimal extension of the standard model.