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Prof. O.P. Thakur
Dean, Faculty of Management Studies
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Prof. O. P. Thakur did his M.Sc. in Physics with distinction and also his Ph.D. from Bhagalpur University. He started his career as a Lecturer in Delhi Institute of Technology (now NSUT), University of Delhi, in 1988. He has been a professor at Netaji Subhas University of Technology (erstwhile NSIT) since 2006.

Prof O. P. Thakur has been a professor for more than 17 years since 2006 at Netaji Subhas University of Technology (erstwhile NSIT, Delhi University). Prof. Thakur has more than 35 years of experience of teaching different courses in the area of Physics, Condensed Matter and Materials Science. Prof. Thakur is highest rated on the satisfaction parameter by the students as reported in their feedback.

His current research area includes: Functional Materials (Bulk & Thin films) - Doped & Co-doped ferrites, Multi-ferroics, Ferroelectric & Ferromagnetic composites, Magneto-electric Composites, Enhanced M-E coupling, Electro-ceramics, Environment friendly Magnetoelectric Devices, Magnetoelectric Sensors, Energy Storage Devices, Hydroelectric Cells, Humidity / Gas sensing, Multi-state Memory Devices, and Electromagnetic Shielding Effectiveness.

He has supervised/ supervising 21 Ph.D. thesis (13 candidates awarded PhD degree, and currently eight candidates are pursuing their PhD work). He has published 121 research papers (full length) in the reputed international journals/ proceedings/book chapters, and also published Two Patents (Indian).

He has discharged several administrative responsibilities such as Dean (Faculty of Management Studies)), Dean (Undergraduate Studies), Dean (Faculty Affairs), Head of Dept, Director-IQAC, NEP2020 Nodal Officer, Co-Ordinator-IQAC, Superintendent of Exam, and several other responsibilities in the Institutional development as & when assigned by the authority from time to time in the past. He has also served as Member (External) on panel of experts of many academic and statutory bodies. For more details: click here.