Thesis supervised/ being conducted

  1. “Broadband Optical Communication Systems and Networks” (Ajay K. Sharma, July 1999)
  2. “Coupling Characteristics of Electron Waveguides and Devices for Multichannel Optical Communication Systems” (Shalini Garg, 2004, University of Delhi)
  3. “Propagation Characteristics of Photonic Crystal Fibers and Waveguides” (S.K. Varshney 2004, University of Delhi)
  4. “Multiple Access Schemes in Optical Communication Systems” (M.Kulakarni, 2006, JMI University, Delhi)
  5. “Photonic Band gap Materials: Theory and device applications” (Yogita Kalra, 2007, University of Delhi)
  6. “Analytical and Numerical studies on Photonic Crystal Waveguides and Devices” (Anshu D Varshney, 2010, University of Delhi)
  7. “Photonic Crystal Waveguides and Devices” (Swati Rawal, 2011, University of Delhi)
  8. “Devices and Components based on Negative Refraction: Theory and Design” (Monika Rajput, 2013, University of Delhi)
  9. “Linear and Non-Linear Propagation Characteristics of Photonic Crystal Fiber” (Bhawana Dabas, 2014, University of Delhi)
  10. “Design and development of Planar Waveguide Devices for Optical Communication and Sensors” (Shruti, 2014, University of Delhi)
  11. “Growth and Characterization of Carbon Nanotubes for Improved Field Emission”, ( Srividya Sridhar, 2014, Submitted to University of Delhi)
  12. “Preparation, Characterization and Tailoring Nanostructured Films of Metals and Metal Oxides for Application to Biosensor” (Rachna Sharma, 2015, Delhi Technological University)
  13. “Characterization of Photonic Crystal Fibers and Metamaterials: Theory and Experiement” (Kamal Kishor, University of Delhi)
  14. “Integrated Plasmonic Waveguides and Devices”, (Venus Dillu, Delhi Technological University)
  15. “Application Specific specialty Optical Fibers & Waveguides”, (Than Singh Saini, Delhi Technological University)
  16. “Photonic Crystal based Optical Logic Gate” ( Preeti Rani, 2017, Delhi Technological University)
  17. “Application Specific Photonic Crystal Fibers, Waveguides and Devices” (Jiten Boruah, 2019, University of Delhi)