Roorkee Institute of Technology is a platform for students to get prepared to face the challenges of the corporate world. The students are made to realize their ambitions.
The institution is growing each passing year. Each batch is highly talented and is in tuned to the serve the expectation of the corporate sector. We live in a changing world, and in order to understand the changes more deeply, we have a mounting responsibility to understand our very selves. One of the most effective ways is to engage in continuous learning and taking action on what you learn.
I am confident that the learning that you will get by the way of action learning introduced by Roorkee Institute of Technology will not only help you to realize your true potential but also will be regarded as the most effective method of training and development in higher education.
To be successful, students need to feel connected to their college. There are many professional student organizations to join and activities in which to participate. To stay connected, students must participate in at least one college activity. In doing so, you will find friendship and support as you make your way through the rigorous curriculum that leads you to your career goals.
Dr. Naveen RawatB.E. Metallurgy GCE, Salem, TN
M.S. Materials Science, Rochester Institute of Technology, NY, USA
PhD. Materials Science, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, USA
Since 2005, I have been involved in Research and Development starting with working on oxidation properties of Carbon Nanotubes and more recently on Development of Spectroscopy methods to investigate optical and magnetic properties in semiconductors. I have a unique interdisciplinary background of being involved in experimental physics, chemistry as well as strong engineering background and have published in high impact factor journals such as Nature, Scientific reports and JACS. I have presented papers internationally at APS, MRS, SPIE in USA and also attended specialized conferences in Europe. I was involved in two NSF projects and gained valuable experience working in National Synchrotron Facility in Cornell, NY as well the National High Magnetic Field Lab in Florida, USA. I was an essential team member in the development of the new visible, ultrafast experiments in the Florida Helix 25T magnet located at NHMFL Florida which was also funded through NSF. I also have been involved in undergraduate teaching since 2009 and currently holds a faculty position in the Physics Department at RIT, Roorkee.