• [2017] Don Bosco - Department of Physics - Visit to AMD
    Feb 28

    Visit to Atomic Minerals Directorate for Exploration and Research (AMD )

    Atomic minerals directorate(AMD) is basically a development of atomic energy and plays a very important role in the front and back ends of nuclear fuel cycle. Its major role is to identify the atomic mineral resources . The target areas are identified based on the interpretation of photological and remote sensing data and available geological information. This is followed by heliborne gamma-ray spectrometer. The potential areas delineted by heliborne surveys are taken up for ground reconnaissance radiometrics using portable gamma-ray measuring instruments. But heliborne surveys cannot be done everywhere as it is cost effective. So to avoid that a gamma-ray spectrometer kind device is fixed in satellites which can detect the areas containing potential radioactive concentration. After the areas are identified they are taken up for ground reconnaissance radio metrics. Once the uranium potentiality of an area is established, the areas are further explored for concealed mineralisation. Further the exploration take place in various stages such as sub-surface drilling, prosperity and exploration. The beach sands of few locations contain rich concentration of heavy mineral resources . AMD identifies such heavy mineral rich places, sand regions along the costal and estimate the resources of individual minerals.
  • [2016] DBIT - Department of Physics - INDUSTRIAL VISIT
    Sep 17

    INDUSTRIAL VISIT

    An Industrial visit for I year BE Physics Cycle students to ISRO, Bangalore was organized on 17th October 2016 under the guidance of Mrs. Anupama S Associate Professor, Head of Department of Physics and Mrs. Shwetha K P Associate professor, Department of Physics. Around hundred students visited ISRO. Students were introduced about ISRO and its space programme by Sri. Srinivas, Scientist. He talked about Dr. Vikram Sarabhai, the founding father of Indian space programme who quickly recognized the benefits of space technologies for India and had put edifices for ISRO whose vision is to Harness space technology for national development, while pursuing space science research and planetary exploration. Different life models of satellites were exhibited starting from India's first satellite, Aryabhata, which was launched by the Soviet Union on 19 April 1975, Rohini which became the first satellite to be placed in orbit by an Indian-made launch vehicle, SLV-3. the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) for launching satellites into polar orbits and the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV). We also visited different units in ISRO involved in ultra modern design, development, fabrication and testing facilities for satellites.
  • [2016] DBIT - Department of Physics - INDUCTION PROGRAMME
    August 01

    INDUCTION PROGRAMME

    Don Bosco Institute of Technology conducted the inaugural function of its first year students of DBIT, Bangalore on Monday,1st August,2016. Don Bosco Institute of Technology,also known as DBIT is proud to announce the inauguration of the BE classes for the academic year of 2016-17 and welcomes all the students,staff & Faculties and its alumni’s for the welcome function of its first year students of batch 2016-17. The event is scheduled on the 1st of August 2016 at 10.30 AM at DBIT campus. Dr. Santosh Hegde, Hon’ble Justice of Supreme Court of India,Former Solicitor General of India and former Lokayukta of Karnataka was the chief guest of the event. Shri. Nagana Gouda S.J.,Head -Human Resources,Global Edge Software Ltd. was the guest of honor.The other dignitaries to grace the occasion would be President of Wayanamac Education Trust (WET),Shri B.Bylappa; Vice President,,Mr. P.B.Manjunath; Secretary,Mr. Raghav Bylappa; Dr.P. Shrinivas Rao, Executive Dean of Don Bosco Group of Institutions along with Principal,Dr.Prakash. DBIT invited the parents, students and staff of Don Bosco Institute of Technology (DBIT) to be a part of the auspicious programme. The event began with lighting of the lamp by the guests and dignitaries followed by welcome speech.
  • [2016] DBIT - Department of Physics - GUEST LECTURE
    April 04

    GUEST LECTURE

    Sri Nagaraj Ananth started his talk by remembering APJ Abdul Kalam” Missile Man’” who became popular as ‘People’s President’ legacy by remeniscencing life events of Kalam as one of few young scientists sent by Dr Vikram Sarabhai for training of ‘sounding rockets’ at the National Aeronautics Space Agency in the US. who converted a cattle shed coast into a laboratory to work on sounding rockets in Thumba. He thus came to be known as the Missile Man of India for his work on the development of ballistic missile and launch vehicle technology. He also played a pivotal organisational, technical, and political role in India's Pokhran-II nuclear tests in 1998, the first since the original nuclear test by India in 1974.He also explained various Rockets and its applications and its benefits to the society.
  • [2016] DBIT - Department of Physics - INDUSTRIAL VISIT
    March 05

    INDUSTRIAL VISIT

    Open day was organized in Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore on 5th march 2016. Around hundred students of first year visited this event under the guidance Mrs. Shwetha K P Associate professor, Department of Physics, Mrs. Vinutha Associate Professor, Head of Department of Chemistry and Dr. Shubha, Professor, Department of Chemistry. It is an event when the Institute opens its door for general public to visit, learn, question and understand various technological projects and research that’s going on. Students, professors, lecturers from various academic institutions and professionals from the Industry, Thousands of people made a beeline for the laboratories on the sprawling campus while research assistants and students explain the science and Technology.
  • [2015] DBIT - Department of Physics - LECTURE COMPETITION FOR STUDENTS
    Nov 26

    LECTURE COMPETITION FOR STUDENTS

    A lecture competition for I year BE students was organized on 26 th Nov 2015 for Physics Cycle students. About twelve teams of ten in each team participated and group from Mechanical department won the competition.
  • [2015] DBIT - Department of Physics - INDUCTION PROGRAMME
    August 01

    INDUCTION PROGRAMME

    Don Bosco Institute of Technology conducted Induction Program on 01-08-2015. The main theme of induction day is inviting new students along with their parents to the campus and also involve the introduction of department heads and section heads to the new students and briefing them about the rules and regulation of DBIT and also VTU.
    Induction program-2015 was inaugurated by Dr V.C Padki, Outstanding Scientist, DRDO and Sri. Kannaian Mudaliar, Businessd Head, Siemens, India. The induction program was presided by Sri P.B Manjunath , Executive Director ,DBIT and Vice president , Waynamac Education Trust and Sri B.Raghav Bylappa Secretary , Waynamac Education Trust.
  • [2015] DBIT - Department of Physics - GUEST LECTURE
    May 06

    GUEST LECTURE

    Dr. Fakruddin K illuminated our students about basics of Nanotechnology .He shared his perspective on understanding the properties of materials in Nano scale. He also explained the applications Nanotechnology on various fields like electronics, cancer therapy, Nano fuel cells, stainless fabrics etc.,.
  • [2014] DBIT - Department of Physics - GUEST LECTURE
    Oct 07

    GUEST LECTURE

    SHOCK WAVES AND ITS APPLICATIONS by DR.CHINTOO S KUMAR, PRINCIPAL ENGINEER, SHRUSTI EDUCATION PVT LTD, BANGALORE. Dr. Chintoo S Kumar introduced our students about Shock waves and its various applications in the field of pencil industry, needleless vaccination and scram jets. The lecture was attended by around 300 students from I year.
  • [2014] DBIT - Department of Physics - TEACHERS DAY CELEBRATION
    Sep 16

    TEACHERS DAY CELEBRATION

    TEACHERS DAY called IMPULSE was celebrated on 16th September 2014.The event was organized by I BE students to honor teachers for their sincere efforts to impart knowledge to their students. By having celebrations on Teacher's Day, they conveyed the message that they care for teachers, recognizing the devotion, with which teachers undertake the responsibility of educating a child academically as well as morally.
    Our Principal Dr. T Sreenivasan addressed the gathering quoting that the teachers are a significant part of everyone's life. They show us the right path and groom us to become a better citizen and a better person. They teach us to face the most difficult challenges of life and get through them, easily.
  • [2014] DBIT - Department of Physics - INDUCTION PROGRAMME
    August 01

    INDUCTION PROGRAMME

    Don Bosco Institute of Technology celebrated Fresher’s Induction Program on 01-08-2014. The main theme of Induction day is inviting new students along with their parents to the campus and also involve the introduction of department heads and section heads tothe new students and briefing them about the rules and regulation of DBIT and also VTU. Induction program-2014 was inaugurated by Mr. Rajkumar Iyenger , Vice President, BOSCH Bangalore and Sri Manoj Yadav , General Manager, KUKA and Sri K Gandhi, Industrial Systems. The induction program was presided by Sri P.B Manjunath ,Executive Director DBIT and VP Waynamac Education Trust.
  • [2014] DBIT - Department of Physics - GUEST LECTURE
    Feb 10

    GUEST LECTURE

    Prof.Bikramjith Basu explained Development of multifunctional Bioceramics and external field stimulated self functionality modulation: A new Paradigm”.
    Bioceramics play an extensive role in biomedical materials. The development of these materials and diversity of manufacturing techniques has broadened the applications that can be used in the human body. They can be in the form of thin layers on metallic implants, composites with a polymer component, or even just porous networks. These materials work well within the human body for several reasons. They are inert, and because they are resorbable and active, the materials can remain in the body unchanged. They can also dissolve and actively take part in physiological processes, for example, when hydroxylapatite, a material chemically similar to bone structure, can integrate and help bone grow into it. Common materials used for bioceramics include alumina, zirconia, calcium phosphate, glass ceramics, and pyrolytic carbons.One important use of bioceramics is in hip replacement surgery. The materials used for the replacement hip joints were usually metals such as titanium, with the hip socket usually lined with plastic. The multiaxial ball was tough metal ball but was eventually replaced with a longer-lasting ceramic ball. This reduced the roughening associated with the metal wall against the plastic lining of the artificial hip socket. The use of ceramic implants extended the life of the hip replacement parts.Cermets are also used in dentistry as a material for fillings and prostheses.
    Development of multifunctional Bioceramics and external field stimulated self functionality modulation: A new Paradigm”.
  • [2013] DBIT - Department of Physics - Shraddhanjali- Celebrating Martyr’s day
    Oct 09

    GShraddhanjali- Celebrating Martyr’s day

    Shraddhanjali- Celebrating Martyr’s day was celebrated on 9th of October 2013 to pay homage to our soldiers who laid their lives to the sake of our country. The programme was inaugurated by our Principal Dr. T Sreenivasan , Mrs. Anupama S ,HOD, Physics and Lt. Cl. Prasanna and attended by teachers and students of BE I year.
    Martyrs day in India is celebrated to pay homage to the victims who fought for the freedom, welfare and progress of the India and sacrificed their lives. It is celebrated every year all over the country on 30th of January. India is the country among other 15 countries of the world where Martyrs Day is celebrated every year to pay homage to the freedom fighters. This event helped students to remember and respect our soldiers by lighting candles. Followed by cultural events to showcase the talents of I year students
  • [2013] DBIT - Department of Physics - INDUCTION PROGRAMME
    August 01

    INDUCTION PROGRAMME

    Don Bosco Institute of Technology conducted Induction Program on 01-08-2013. The main theme of induction programme is inviting new students along with their parents to the campus and also involve the introduction of department, heads and section heads to the new students and briefing them about the rules and regulation of DBIT and also VTU.
    Induction program-2013 was inaugurated by Sri. S.P.Kulkarni , K.A.S- Administrative Officer, Karnataka Examination Authority, Bangalore and Sri. Sudeendra Koushik, Chairman, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society Bangalore Chapter & Innovative Director,HCL Technologies. They both addressed the gathering to convey the importance of technical education and innovation. Induction program-2013 was presided by Sri P.B Manjunath ,Executive Director DBIT and Vice president, Waynamac Education Trust.
  • [2013] DBIT - Department of Physics - GUEST LECTURE
    March 28

    GUEST LECTURE

    The talk given by Dr.V Satyan on Atmosphere and Climate was very interesting and mainly focussed on changing climate and weather conditions in the world.He said” Climate change is real. There will always be uncertainty in understanding a system as complex as the world’s climate. However there is now strong evidence that significant global warming is occurring. The evidence comes from direct measurements of rising surface air temperatures and subsurface ocean temperatures and from phenomena such as increases in average global sea levels, retreating glaciers, and changes to many physical and biological systems. It is likely that most of the warming in recent decades can be attributed to human activities.
    We know that the earth has become warmer over the last century. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a group established by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), reports that the average surface temperature of the earth has increased during the twentieth century by about 0.6° ± 0.2°C. (The ± 0.2°C means that the increase might be as small as 0.4°C or as great as 0.8°C.) This may seem like a small shift, but although regional and short-term temperatures do fluctuate over a wide range, global temperatures are generally quite stable. In fact, the difference between today’s average global temperature and the average global temperature during the last Ice Age is only about 5 degrees C. Indeed, it’s warmer today around the world than at any time during the past 1000 years, and the warmest years of the previous century have occurred within the past decade”.
  • [2012] DBIT - Department of Physics - INDUCTION PROGRAMME
    Sep 01

    INDUCTION PROGRAMME

    Don Bosco Institute of Technology conducted Fresher’s Induction Program on 01-09-2012. The main theme of freshers’ induction programme is inviting new students along with their parents to the campus and also involves the introduction of departments, heads and section heads to the new students and briefing them about the rules and regulation of DBIT and also VTU.
    Induction program-2012 was inaugurated by Sri S Jamkhandi, Director, MSME development Institute, Ministry of MSME, Govt of India, Sri KVRSA Sarma Head-products, platform & solution Academy, Infosys, Bangalore.
  • [8 - 23 August 2011] DBIT - Department of Physics - lab Refresher course
    Sep 01

    XXXI lab Refresher course in Experimental Physics

    A Refresher Course in Experimental Physics for college and university teachers was held at the Department of Physics, DBIT, Bangalore from 8th -23rd, August 2011. The course provided hands-on experience in select experiments of graduate and post-graduate curriculum in Experimental Physics dealing with solid state physics, optics, X-rays and electronics. The experiments were supported by lectures and discussions under the sponsorship of Indian Academy of Science, Bangalore, Indian National Science Academy, Delhi and National Academy of sciences of India. Allahabad. About 20 teachers from different engineering colleges attended the programme.
  • [28 - 30 April 2010] DBIT - Department of Physics - LECTURE WORKSHOP
    April 28

    LECTURE WORKSHOP

    Department of Science and Humanities organized three day Lecture workshop on Nano Sciences and Nano Technologies for teachers and Students and Nano mela, April 28 - 30 th 2010.It was sponsored by Indian Academy of Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore. The programme was inaugurated by Dr. Soundarajan, Director ARCI,Hyderabad who addressd the gathering quoting that Nano Education” is an emergent field of research, in line with research in nanosciences and nanoteachnologies. nano-engineered materials in automotive products include polymer nanocomposites structural parts; high-power rechargeable battery systems; thermoelectric materials for temperature control; lower rolling-resistance tires; high-efficiency/low-cost sensors and electronics; thin-film smart solar panels; and fuel additives and improved catalytic converters for cleaner exhaust and extended range. Nano-engineering of aluminum, steel, asphalt, concrete and other cementitious materials, and their recycled forms offers great promise in terms of improving the performance, resiliency, and longevity of highway and transportation infrastructure components while reducing their life cycle cost. New systems may incorporate innovative capabilities into traditional infrastructure materials, such as self-repairing structures or the ability to generate or transmit energy.

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