Prof. Bajpai Parmendra Kumar
Professor P.K. Bajpai Dean, School of Physical Sciences, Centre In-charge, National Centre for Accelerator Based Research Director, Internal Quality Assurance Cell Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya, Bilaspur. Dr. P.K. Bajpai - Professor & Head Department of Pure & Applied Physics and Dean, School of Physical Sciences has actively shared the leading responsibilities in bringing up this upcoming university towards greater heights. Apart from establishing the prestigious Centre for Accelerator Based Research – a 3.0 MV Particle Accelerator Based Research Centre (first in any University in the country), he has established Sophisticated Analytical Instrumentation Centre (SAIF) from Department of Science & Technology, Special Assistance Program (SAP) in Physics from UGC and FIST from DST. He has served as Head of Pure Applied Physics (for 20 years), Dean of Sciences, Physical Sciences (twice), Member of executive council, GGV . A first class passed High School and Intermediate from U.P. Board, Allahabad (Merit Scholarship holder) he did his graduation and Post-Graduation in Physics (First class first) from Bundelkhnad University, Jhansi. He joined the Ph.D. program in North-Eastern Hill University (NEHU), Shillong after passing out Pre-Ph.D. in A-grade and was awarded Ph.D. in Physics in 1988. His Ph.D. work was selected among the six best Physics thesis for S.NB. Satyamurthy Award by the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) BARC, Mumbai in 1987. He was Post-Doctoral Fellow in IIT, Kanpur working with Professor H.D. Bist and was awarded CSIR, Research Associate ship. Professor Bajpai, joined Institute of Self Organizing System & Biophysics, NEHU as a Lecturer in Aug. 1988 and later on Department of Physics, NEHU in 1994. He also worked as a member of Indo-French program , UGC Visiting Fellow (IACS, Jadavpur with Prof. Deepankar Chakravorty), INSA-COASTED visiting fellow (Japan) and visited several countries as invited speaker/Visiting fellow including USA, Japan, China, Italy and Myanmar, visited Yangon in 2005-06 & 2006-07 as Expert in Quantum Electronics to assist R & D in Myanmar under the Tripartite agreement between Govt. of India and Govt. of Myanmar.