Manisha Pal

Dr. Manisha Pal


Associate Professor
Department of Physics






Qualification: M.Sc., Ph.D.

Teaching Experience:

  • Heritage Institute of Technology: Lecturer for the period August, 2001 to 21st Nov., 2005
  • Sarojini Naidu College for Women 22nd Nov., 2005 to till date

Teaching Modules/Topics in 2020-21:

Course Semester 1st/2nd Semester 3rd /4th Semester 5th/6th Semester
Honours Odd Semester Mathematical Physics-Vector Calculus; Mechanics-Collisions, Oscillations Digital systems and applications: -Introduction, Integrated Circuits, Digital Circuits, Computer Organizations Solid State Physics
General Mechanics-Mathematical Methods, Oscillations
Honours Even Semester Waves and Optics: Superposition of Collinear Harmonic Oscillator &two perpendicular harmonic oscillations; Wave motion; velocity of Waves; superposition of two harmonic waves Holography Analog system and applications Diode and transistor


Research Experience:

17 years Ph.D. from Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science Post doctoral experience-1year 4months Visiting Research Scientist in the Department of Applied Chemistry, Tokai University, Japan


  • Electrical and Optical Properties of amorphous oxide glasses and thin films.

Currently, I am teaching the following courses:

  1. Digital systems and applications

  1. Photophysical study of the interaction between ZnO nanoparticles and globular protein bovine screen albumin in solution and layer by self assembled film, J. Physics and Chemistry of solids, (2018)
  2. Influence of doping on crystal growth, structure and properties of nanocrystalline CaTiO3: a case study small angle neutron scattering: Oindrila Mondal, Manisha Pal, J. Appl. Cryst. 48(2015) 836
  3. DC conductivity of Fe2O3-TeO2amorphous films prepared by vapour deposition method, Manisha Pal, Beats of Natural Science, 1(2014) (ISSN No.-2348-7615)
  4. Structural characterization of borate glasses containing zinc and manganese oxide, Manisha Pal. Baishakhi Roy and Mrinal pal; J. Modern Phys., 2(2011)1062
  5. Effect of iron substitution on structure and optical properties of Nano-crystalline CaTiO3, A. Bandyopadhyay, S.Mondal, Pal, U.Pal and M.Pal; J. Nano Research 3 (2008) 123
  6. Borate based spintronic materials in bulk form above room temperature, Manisha Paland M.Pal, J. Sur. Sci. Tech. 21(2005)91
  7. Nano-crystalline Mn doped ZnO by chemical route, Manisha Paland M.Pal, Japn.J. Appl.Phys. 44 (2005) 6901
  8. Transport and dielectric properties of V2O5-MnO-TeO2glasses, Manisha Pal, K.Sega, B.K.Chaudhuri and H.Sakata; Phil Mag 83(11) (2003) 1379
  9. Electrical and optical properties of as deposited V2O5-TeO2amorphous films and its annealing effect, Manisha Pal, K.Hirota and H.Sakata, physica status solidi (a) 196(2) (2003) 396
  10. AC conductivity of BaTiO3containing (90V2O5-10P2O5) oxide glasses dispersed with nanocrystalline particles, D.K.Modak, U.K.Mondal, Sadhukhanand B.K.Chaudhuri, J. Mat. Sci., 36 (2001) 2539
  11. Structural and electrical properties of amorphous MoO3-TeO2films, Manisha Pal, Y. Tsujigami, K.Hirota and H. Sakata, J. Phys.D, Appl. Phys., 34 (2001)459
  12. Electrical and Optical properties of MoO3-TeO2amorphous films prepared by PVD method, Manisha Pal, Y. Tsujigami, A. Yoshikado and H. Sakata, physica status solidi (a), 182 (2000)727
  13. Temperature dependence of elastic and dielectric properties of (1-x)Bi2O3XCuO oxide glassesJ. Phillip, N. Ridrigues, Sadhukhan, A.K.Bera and B.K.Chaudhuri, J. Mat. Sci, 35 (2000) 229
  14. Study of microstructural behavior and non-adiabatic small polaron hopping conduction in BaTiO3doped lead vanadate glass and glass ceramics dispersed with ferroelectric nano crystals, Sadhukhan, D.K.Modak and B.K.Chaudhuri; J. Appl. Phys., 85 (1999) 3477
  15. Non-linear physical properties of some non-conventional semiconducting Bi-Pd-Ba-o glasses, D.K.Modak, G.Banerjee, M.Karar, , Sadhukhan, A.K.Bare and B.K.Chaudhuri, J.Mat. Res. 13 (1998) 2328
  16. AC transport mechanism and high dielectric constant of BatiO3doped phosphate glasses, Sadhukhan, and B.K.Chaudhuri, the 9th International Meeting on ferroelectricity (August 1997) Seoul, South Korea
  17. Frequency dependent electrical conductivity and dielectric relaxation behavior in amorphous 90V2O5-10Bi2O3oxide semiconductors doped with SrTiO3, S. Chakraborty, Sadhukhan, B.K.Chaudhuri, H.Mori, H.Sakata, Materials Chemistry and Physics, 50(3) (1997) 219
  18. Anomalous specific heat and other properties of amorphous Ba1-xLixBiO3-doxides around semiconductor-metal-semiconductor like transition, Banerjee, M. Sadhukhan, A.K.Bera, M.Karar and B.K.Chaudhuri, J. Mat. Sci. Lett, 15 (1996) 2008
  19. Electrical Properties of semiconducting (1-x)(90V2O5-10P2O5) +x BaTiO3glass and glass ceramics, M. Sadhukhan, D.K.Modak and B.K.Chaudhuri, J. Chem Phys., 105 (1996)11326
  20. Non-adiabatic small polaron hopping conduction in SrTiO3doped 90V2O5-10Bi2O3 glassy semiconductors, M. Sadhukhan, S. Chakraborty, D.K.Modak and B.K. Chaudhuri, Phil. Mag. B, 74 (1996) 139
  21. Non-adiabatic polaron hopping conduction in semiconducting V2O5– Bi2O3oxide glasses doped with BaTiO3, Chakraborty, M. Sadhukhan, D.K.Modak and B.K.Chaudhuri; J. Mat. Sci., 30 (1995) 5139

Refresher Course: “Environmental Hazards and Disaster management” on 18th Feb, 2017 -10th march,2017; organized by Departmental of Environmental Science Department of Geology & The UGC Human Resource Development Centre, University of calcutta

Short Term Course: Soft Skills development & stress management; Sarojini Naidu College for Women and Centre for counseling services & studies in Development, JU; 04.02.15-10.02.15

Refresher Course: “Recent Development of Nanoscience and Technology”; ASC-JU, 10.9.13-30.9.13

Refresher Course: “Modern Aspects of Physics”; ASC-CU, 09.07.12-28.07.12

Orientation Programme; ASC-JU, July, 2009

  1. “Effect of Ultra violet radiation on earth” by Manisha Pal: UGC sponsored state Level Seminar “Progress of Science vis-à-vis Environment” 10-14th Jan, 2013, Sarojini Naidu College for Women, Kolkata
  2. “Research opportunities available in research Institute/University” an orientation workshop for Physics College Teachers, at Satyendranath Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata, 30th 2006
  3. Electrical properties of Fe2O3-TeO2based amorphous films prepared by vapour deposition method: Manisha Pal; “One day seminar on Materials Physics” conducted by Materials Research Society of India at Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics on 19th, 2005
  4. “UGC-DAE-IUC workshop on high magnetic field” conducted by IUC in Jadavpur University 2nd campus on 6th, 2005
  5. AICTE sponsored HRD (Human Resource Development) programme conducted by Indian Heritage Academy in association with Heritage Institute of Technology, Kolkata from 13th -16th Oct. 2004
  6. Workshop on “Review of Engineering Degree Curriculum of Physics” conducted by West Bengal University of Technology from 26th July to 30th July, 2004
  7. “UGC-DAE-CSR workshop on Radiation Applications: Basic and Applied Sciences” conducted by IUC and Jadavpur University in Jadavpur University from 9th -10th Feb., 2004
  8. Structural and electrical transport properties of amorphous MoO3-TeO2films prepared by PVD method: Manisha Pal, Y. Tsujigami, A. Yoshikado and H. Sakata, International Conferences Materials and Technologies, May, 2000, Venice, Italy
  9. Structural and electrical properties of amorphous MoO3-TeO2films, Manisha Pal, Tsujigami, A. Yoshikado and H. Sakata, 38th Ceramic Society Meeting (Jan 2000), Okyama, Japan
  10. DAE Solid State Physics Symposium 1997, Kochin University of Science and Technology, Kerala, 27th-31st, 1997
  11. AC transport mechanism and high dielectric constant of BaTiO3 doped phosphate glasses: Sadhukhan and B. K. Chaudhuri, the 9th International Meeting on Ferroelectricity, August, 1997, Seoul, South Korea
  12. Non-adiabatic small polaron hopping conduction in SrTiO3 doped 90V2O5-10Bi2O3 type vanadate glasses: Sadhukhan, S. Chakraborty and B. K. Chaudhuri, Condensed Matter days, Bhubaneswar, India
  13. Anomolous electrical property of Bi(1-x)PbxO(3-d) (x= 0-0.8) oxide glasses like semiconductor-metal-semiconductor transitions: Sadhukhan, G. Banerjee, P. K. Pal and B. K. Chaudhuri, DAE Solid State Symposium, 1995, Calcutta, India

  1. Webinar on “Scope of Virtual Labs in UG Physics and Chemistry teaching” on 29th and 30th June 2020; organized by Department of Physics and Chemistry and IQAC, SNCW
  2. National level Webinar on “ Virtual Learning: Layers and Players” held on 25th June 2020; organized by Central Library & IQAC, SNCW
  3. Python for a Cause, online workshop on “Python Computing” held on 12th June to 24th June 2020; organized by Teach Python in association with Indian Institute of Science Education and Research IIISER)
  4. National level Webinar on “Environmental protection through Biodiversity Conservation”, 5th June 2020; organized by Department of Zoology and IQAC, SNCW
  5. Online Workshop on “Mapping and Data Analysis using Python Libraries & Statistical Tools” held on 2nd June to 8th June; organized by Department of Computer Science & IQAC, East Calcutta Girls’ College
  6. International Webinar on “Covid-19 and its preventive Measures”, held on 2nd and 3rd June 2020 organized by NSS units, Midnapur College, West Bengal
  7. Indraprastha Webinar series: “Role of Science, Technology and Innovation in the current scenario”; held on 26th -29th May 2020; organized by University School of Basic and Applied Science, Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi
  8. Online Workshop on “Working with Python Programming” held on 15th May -21st May 2020; organized by Department of Computer science & IQAC, East Calcutta Girls’ College in collaboration with Department of Computer Science, WBSU.