Chemistry is one of the basic science Departments which put all possible efforts to build up the solid base for students to achieve their career goals. The Department acts as an active catalyst to develop perfect approach to unlock their hidden talent and lay a solid foundation of basic concepts for innovative future. The Department of Chemistry was founded in the year 2010 and since then it is steadily developing day by day. The Department provides innovative and quality education with high standard to achieve academic excellence. The Department of Chemistry has well qualified, dedicated team of caring faculty members who are actively involved in teaching and research. The teaching module comprises of lectures, tutorials and practical along with various other initiatives. The methodology adopted in the classroom teaching is based on the application of innovation strategies, comprehensive lectures, regular assignments and active interaction between teachers and students. The Department has Chemistry laboratory which is fully equipped with adequate chemicals, reagents and state of the art instrumental facilities such as:
- Digital pH-meter
- Digital Conductivity meter
- Digital Balance
- Distillation Unit
- Hot plate
- Hot air oven
- Water bath
- Redwood viscometer no.1
- Pensky–Martens Flash point apparatus
- Thin Layer Chromatography Apparatus
|1||Dr. Sukanya Das Chandra||Assistant Professor, TIC||15 years in teaching|
|2||Mr. Kaushik Mondal||Assistant Professor||3 years in teaching|
- S. Chandra, R.N. Saha, P. Pal. Assessment of Arsenic Toxicity and Tolerance Characteristics of Bean Plants Exposed to Different Species of Arsenic —– Accepted for publication in Journal of Plant Nutrition on 22nd February 2017
- S. Chandra, R.N. Saha, P. Pal. (2016) Arsenic Uptake and Accumulation in Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) as Affected by Different Arsenical Speciation —– Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 96 : 395 – 400
- S. Chandra, R.N. Saha, P. Pal. (2014) Evaluation of Arsenic Accumulation in the Vegetables okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) and bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) Grown in Contaminated Soils. —- International Journal of Scientific Research Vol : 3, Issue : 7
- Participated and presented a Poster in TEQIP-II, DST & CSIR sponsored National Conference on ‘Recent Developments in Chemistry – 2013, (RDC – 2013)’ during October 3 – 5, 2013 organised by the Department of Chemistry, National Institute of Technology, Durgapur.
Seminar / Workshops / Conference :
- Dr. Sukanya Das Chandra was the Organizing Secretary of the DST Inspire Science Camp “Vigyan Manas – VI” held from 13 – 17 January 2020.
- Dr. Sukanya Das Chandra attended NPTEL SPOC Workshop (East Zone) organized by IIT Kharagpur on 1st February, 2020 at Royal Bengal Rooms, City Centre – 1, Salt Lake City, Kolkata 700 064. Dr. Das Chandra has been awarded certificate for being the Active SPOC of Active Local Chapter of NPTEL for the session Jul-Dec 2019
In OmDayal Group of Institutions, Department of Physics was established in the year 2010.The department started its activity as a supporting department of all other Engineering departments. The basic aim of it is to teach the engineering students in such a way that they cross the departmental academic hurdles smoothly and can become a successful engineer. Here more importance is given to the learning process. So, different types of teaching methodologies are applied to get most fruitful learning outcome. Regular evaluation is done to analyze the output.
Regular class tests, presentations, assignments in the form of project work, problem sheets on innovative theoretical approach are regularly taken to make the learning process easier and effective.
Department of Physics has two well equipped laboratories. Various experiments from different branches of Physics such as General Properties of Matter, Electricity, Optics, Electro Static, Magneto statics, Semiconductor Physics, Quantum Mechanics etc are conducted.
The whole process is conducted by highly efficient faculty members and staffs who try to give their best effort for efficacious outcome.
|Prof. Pranab Biswas||Electronics||Assistant Professor||9 years|
|Prof. Arghya Dey||Astrophysics, Plasma Physics||Assistant Professor||8 years|
Regular Seminars are arranged to maintain a conductive academic environment in the department. Following are the succinct of the seminars arranged.
|Seminar Topic||Name of the speaker and present organization||Date|
|Nano Science and its application||Prof. Sukhen Das, Jadavpur University||26.07.2017|
|Beauty of Plasma||Prof. Mridul Bose Jadavpur University||12.07.2016|
|Recent trends in Science||Prof. DipakGhosh, Jadavpur University||20.12.2015|
|Idea, Creativity, Innovation, through Motivation||Shri Amiya Kr. Kalidaha, DST Govt. Of WB||12.09.2014|
|Name of Faculty||Event||Role & Responsibility||Sponsored Organization||Year of Event|
|Prof. Pranab Biswas||Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp||Programme Coordinator||DST, Govt. of WB||March, 2019|
|INSPIRE Science Camp : 5||-Do-||-Do-||July, 2017|
|INSPIRE Science Camp : 4||-Do-||-Do-||February, 2017|
|INSPIRE Science Camp : 3||Convenor||DST, Govt. Of India||July, 2016|
|Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp||Nodal Officer||DST, Govt. Of WB||March, 2014|
|Prof. Arghya Dey||Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp||Programme Coordinator||DST, Govt. of WB||March, 2019|
|INSPIRE Science Camp : 5||-Do-||-Do-||July, 2017|
|INSPIRE Science Camp : 4||Committee Member||DST, Govt. Of India||February, 2017|
Prof. Pranab Biswas attended “Awareness-Cum-Training Programme on Plasma Science & Technology and Energy from Nuclear Fusion”, funded by National Council for Science & Technology Communication (NCSTC) & Institute for Plasma Research (IPR), Gandhinagar.
Prof Pranab Biswas being the coordinator of Entrepreneurship Development Cell was invited and attended the press meet of ‘Catch Them Young-Phase 2’ launch held at American Center, Kolkata on 21st of December 2018.
Plan for next academic session
To promote academic excellence by taking specific steps as suggested by NAAC and NBA such as
- Organizing seminar and relevant science workshop
- Helping students in preparing mini projects
There is a quote by the famous German mathematician Karl Friedrich Gauss “Mathematics is the queen of all sciences”. He was quite justified because without mathematics, existence of any kind of science is impossible. Mathematics being the most basic of sciences and the backbone of all engineering disciplines department started to shape the young engineers of the country since the inception of the Institute.
The Department of Mathematics of OmDayal Group of Institutions started functioning along with the establishment of the College in the year 2010. Our Department provides a strong foundation of Mathematical basics which are building blocks of all subjects of Engineering and Architecture fields. Mathematics is taught up to seventh semester classes in the under graduate level. A good number of Computer Science, Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering students are opting for mathematical subjects as their electives in higher semesters. The objective of the department is to impart quality education to the engineering students in mathematics so that they can apply the mathematical knowledge to the problems arising in various disciplines of engineering, Science and technology. At present the department consists of three faculty members with Dr. Prosenjit Sen as TIC of the department.
|Sl. No.||Name||Designation||No. of Years of Experience|
|1||Dr. Prosenjit Sen||Vice Principal & TIC||13 Years|
|2||Debojyoti Lahari||Assistant Professor||7 Years|
|3||Anoar Ali Molla||Assistant Professor||3 Years|
- Paper Publication :
- A. Maiti, P. Sen, D. Manna, and G.P. Samanta, A predator-prey system with herd behaviour and strong Allee effect, Nonlinear Dynamics and Systems Theory, 16(1) (2016), 86–101.
- A. Maiti, P. Sen, and G.P. Samanta, Deterministic and stochastic analysis of a prey-predator model with herd behaviour in both, Systems Science & Control Engineering, 4(1) (2016), 259–269.
- G.P. Samanta, P. Sen, and A. Maiti, A delayed epidemic model of diseases through droplet infection and direct contact with saturation incidence and pulse vaccination, Systems Science & Control Engineering, 4(1) (2016), 320–333.
- P. Sen, A. Maiti, and G.P. Samanta, Dynamics of a symbiotic model with herd behaviour and strong Allee effect, Neural, Parallel, and Scientific Computations, 25 (2017), 149–164.
- A. Maiti, P. Sen, and G.P. Samanta, A SIQR model with a nonlinear incidence, Journal of Ultra Scientist of Physical Sciences (JUSPS-A), 30(2) (2018), 143–152.
- A. Maiti, P. Sen, and G.P. Samanta, Analysis of an SIQR model, Journal of Ultra Scientist of Physical Sciences (JUSPS-A), 30(3) (2018), 218–226.
- P. Sen, A. Maiti, and G.P. Samanta, ‘A competition model with herd behaviour and Allee effect’, Filomat, 33(8), 2529–2542, 2019.
- Seminar / Workshops / Conference :
- Dr. Prosenjit Sen was the Convener of the DST Inspire Science Camp “Vigyan Manas- VI” from 13-17 January 2020 at the ODGI college campus.
- Mr. Debojyoti Lahari participated in an online Training Program on ‘Examination Reforms’ organized by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) from 29th April to 2nd May, 2020
- Event organised by the Department :
- The Department, in association with GATEFORUM conducted a one day seminar on Engineering Mathematics dated 16th September, 2018. One renowned faculty from Hyderabad was the speaker
- The Department organised a Poster presentation Competition to celebrate the national Science Day on 28th February 2020. Students of B. Tech 1st Year took part in the programme.
- List of eminent academicians and visitors for Special lecture :
Sl. No. Name of the Person Institute / Organization 1 Prof. Sukumar Das Adhikari Dept. of Mathematics
Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute
2 Prof. Guruprasad Samanta Dept. of Mathematics, IIEST, Shibpur 3 Prof. Tapan Kumar Roy Dept. of Mathematics, IIEST, Shibpur 4 Dr. Alakes Maiti Dept. of Mathematics,
Vidyasagar Evening College, Kolkata
The Department of Humanities armed with qualified Faculty members, firmly believes in developing interpersonal communication between students and teachers as well as creating an environment that will synergistically link scientific developments of thoughts to enhance the socio linguistic, managerial and humanistic development of the country. It focuses on building social, Communicative and managerial skills among students so that they develop a humanistic approach towards the society, environment and the nation. Apart from this, the Department boasts of a well equipped Language Lab having the latest version of ORELL software to hone in the four communicative skills. Students are encouraged to enroll for NPTEL certification courses for Developing Soft Skills and Personality which helps them to reinforce their Communicative skills. Aptitude skills are developed through external agencies like AMCAT and COCUBES. The core spirit of the Department is to instill values through co curricular activities. Through various competitions and activities, the department facilitates in honing the latent talent to develop a holistic foundation thus integrating humanistic values amongst students. The study of Humanities and Management aims to develop the students’ mind to understand the needs of the stakeholders of education, technology and look at the larger perspectives of the global economy. Teaching methods have been customized to understand the need of the engineering student to gain clarity in management concepts. Through the use of innovative pedagogical techniques, like videos, films, documentaries, case studies approach, power point presentations, project work, sharing managerial experiences in actual internship, handling men and resources in their own entrepreneurial ventures, the department is able to bring about an integrated teaching learning approach. The department has two major disciplines: Management and English.
|1||Ms. Monita Mitra||Assistant Professor, TIC||26 years|
|2||Mr. Pradipta Biswas||Assistant Professor||9 years|
|3||Ms. Sudeshna Seal||Assistant Professor||19 years|
|4||Mr. Bhaskar Mukherjee||Assistant Professor||26 years|
|5||Mr. Pradip Bhattacharjee||Assistant Professor||7 years|
Paper Presentations / Publication :
- Monita Mitra, presented a paper titled – ‘Evolving Perspectives of Globalization and Socio Culltural Changes – A study of the Tribal Women of West Bengal’ at the International Conference on ‘Global Environment & Human Existence: Changes and Challenges’ in Lucknow on 7 & 8 September 2019.
- Monita Mitra, presented a paper titled – ‘Social Inclusion and Equity in Education as envisaged by Swami Vivekananda – Its applicability in 21st century’ on 12 January 2020 at the One Day Seminar on ‘Perspective of Inclusion : Swami Vivekananda and Sister Nivedita ‘organized by the School of Education – Netaji Subhas Open University and IIMCW.
- Monita Mitra, presented a paper titled- ‘Facilitating Faculty Development Programmes for Engineering College teachers through NPTEL courses’ at a Three Day International Conference in Education in the 21st Century organized by NCERT, RIE, Bhubaneswar from 21 – 23 February 2020.
- Monita Mitra, ‘From theory to practice -Making teacher training courses more realistic’ NSOU-Open Journal of School of Professional Studies – 2nd Issue (July 2019) ISBN : 2581 – 5415 .
Seminar / Workshops / Conference :
- Ms. Monita Mitra attended a 8 week NPTEL FDP in ‘Ethics in Engineering’ from IIT, Kharagpur from August to October 2019.
- Ms. Monita Mitra attended a Three Day FDP on Student Induction Programme organized by AICTE at Sister Nivedita University from 18 to 20 July 2019.
- Ms. Monita Mitra attended a Six Day Online FDP on ‘Emotional Intelligence’ organized by ICT Academy, Chennai from 29 April – 5 May 2020.
- Ms. Monita Mitra attended a One Day CII – Higher Education Conclave on ‘Impact of Disruptive Technologies on Higher Education organized by CII Eastern Region on 17th August 2019 at ITC Sonar Bangla’.
Event organized by the Department :
- The Department organized Skit Competition, Group Discussion and Presentation Competition regularly.