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Curriculum Vitae A A Khan

Curriculum Vitae A A Khan

Curriculum Vitae

of

Professor Anwar A. Khan

Professor of Physics/Electronics (Retd); Ranchi University

Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers (SMIEEE), USA
&

Fellow of the Institute of Electronics and
Telecommunication Engineers (FIETE), India

Former Vice-Chancellor, Ranchi University, Ranchi

January 2006 – December 2011

Address: Email:

Hera Apartment, Flat # 2A, Behind Capitol Hill [email protected]
Main Road, Ranchi-834001 [email protected]
Mobile: +91 9431108830 [email protected]

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Professor Anwar A. Khan,

Former Vice-Chancellor, Ranchi University, Ranchi
Fellow, Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers, India
Senior Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, USA

A brief profile…

Anwar A. Khan received the M.Sc. degree in Physics with specialization in Electronics from
Science College, Patna University, Patna, India, in 1968 and the Ph.D. degree in Electronics (Circuits and
Systems) in 1977 from Magadh University, Bodh-Gaya, India.

Dr. Khan worked as a lecturer in electronics from 1969 to 1978 in the Post-Graduate Department of
Physics, Magadh University, Bodh-Gaya, India. In 1978, he joined Post-Graduate Department of Physics,
Ranchi University, Ranchi, India as a Reader in electronics and was promoted to Full University Professor
in 1985. From 1983 to 1988 and 1990 to 1995 he was on the faculty of Electrical Engineering Department
at King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, being on leave from Ranchi University, Ranchi. His teaching
and research interests include electrical sensors and devices, switched capacitor network, analog/digital
electronics, instrumentation and measurement, computer-aided design of electronic circuits and
systems.

Professor Khan has authored and co-authored over 72 scientific papers in the refereed journals of
international repute including 17 research publications in IEEE and IEE journals. Dr. Khan has also co-
authored a book entitled “A First Course in Electronics” published by Prentice-Hall of India in September
2006.

Professor Khan is a Fellow of the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers,
India, and the Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, U.S.A. Professor
Khan was the Head of University Department of Physics, Ranchi University, from August 1995 to June 2003
and Dean of the Faculty of Science from January 2000 to December 2001.

Professor Khan was nominated for three years (1999-2002) to the Academic Council of North-
Eastern Hill University (NEHU) by the President of India. Also he was a visitor’s nominee to the Academic
Council of Central University of Jharkhand (CUJ) from July 2009 to June 2012. He is on the “Board of
Reviewers” for the IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation & Measurement, published by the Institute of
Electrical & Electronics Engineers, USA. Dr. Khan was Pro-Vice Chancellor of Ranchi University, from 26th
June 2004 to 31st December 2005.

Professor Khan has received many prestigious awards for his innovative leadership in the higher-
education sector. Some notable awards include:

• Dr. Meghnand Saha Award in 2009 by the Indian Institute of Oriental Heritage, Kolkata, India.

• Indian Excellence Award in 2010 by the Indian Institute of Oriental Heritage, Kolkata, India

• .Honorary Rank of COLONEL in the National Cadet Corps (NCC) in December 2009.

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• Jharkhand Ratna Award in February 2010 by Lok Seva Samiti, Ranchi

• 18th Dewang Mehta “Award for Outstanding Contribution to Education” in November
2010

• Life Time Achievements Award in December 2011 by World Management Congress in New
Delhi.

• World Education Global Award entitled “Award for Outstanding Contribution to
Education” in June 2012 by World Education Congress in Mumbai.

Professor Khan served Ranchi University as Vice- Chancellor for two terms; from 1st
January 2006 to 31st December 2008 & from 1st January 2009 to 31st December 2011.

Professor Khan as a Vice-Chancellor of Ranchi University introduced many job-oriented courses and
many innovative educational schemes, including schemes of providing free self-financing professional
courses to the deserving students belonging to BPL (Below Poverty Line) category. Physical infrastructure
created during the aforesaid period, to name a few, includes Institute of Basic & Applied Sciences,
Aryabhatt Auditorium, Institute of Management Studies, Information & Knowledge e-Centre, Exam
Data Processing Cell, Convocation Mandap, University Guest House, etc. (Appendix-A)

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Personal

Name : ⇒ Anwar Ahmed Khan
Born : ⇒ July 4, 1947
Nationality: ⇒ Indian
Present Status: ⇒ Professor of Physics (Retd) & Former Vice-Chancellor

Address: Ranchi University - (January 2006-December 2011)
⇒ Hera Apartment, Flat # 2A, Behind Capitol Hill, Main

Road, Ranchi-834001, India

Telephone (Res) ⇒ +91 651 2330674

Mobile: ⇒ +91 9431108830

Qualifications

• Ph.D1., March 1977, Electronics, Magadh University, Bodh-Gaya, India

• M.Sc., November 1967, Physics with Electronics, Science College, Patna
University, Patna, India

• B.Sc.(Hons), June 1965, Physics(Hons), Science College, Patna University,
Patna, India

Specialization

TEACHING AND RESEARCH ⇒ ELECTRONICS ( Circuits and Systems )

• Integrated Circuit Chips (analog and digital) Applications in Measurement, Control

and Instrumentation.

• Computer-Aided Circuit Analysis and Design.

• Transducers and their Response Linearization.

• Negative Resistance Devices and Circuits.

• Solid-State Composite Unit Devices

• Composite Operational Amplifiers and their Applications.

• Current-Mode Circuits--- Applications of Current Conveyors.

• Programmable Op-Amp based Gain Blocks using OTAs and CCIIs.

Experience(Administration)

• January 2009 – December 2011: Vice-Chancellor, Ranchi University (Re-appointed)
• January 2006 – December 2008: Vice-Chancellor, Ranchi University
• June 2004 – December 2005: Pro-Vice Chancellor, Ranchi University

1 Ph.D. thesis entitled “SOLID-STATE ANALOGUE OHMMETER CIRCUITS” was supported by SEVEN single
authored original research publications in the refereed journals of International repute such as: IEEE
Transactions on Instrumentation & Measurement (2), Electronics Letters (1), Indian Journal of Pure & Applied
Physics (2), Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research (2).

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Experience(Academic)

• August 1995 – June 2003; Professor & Head, University Department of Physics,
Ranchi University, Ranchi, India

• January 2000 – December 2001; Dean of the Faculty of Science, Ranchi University,
Ranchi, India

• September 1990 – July 1995; Visiting Faculty, Electrical Engineering Department,
College of Engineering, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

• August 1988 – August 1990; Professor, University Department of Physics, Ranchi
University, Ranchi, India

• September 1983 – July 1988; Visiting Faculty, Electrical Engineering Department,
College of Engineering, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

• April 1978 – August 1983; Reader in Electronics, University Department of Physics,
Ranchi University, Ranchi, India

• February 1969 – March 1978; Lecturer, University Department of Physics, Magadh
University, Bodh-Gaya, India

Experience(Research Guidance)

(Ph.D & M.Sc.(Eng) Thesis): All related to Electronics/Electrical Engineering discipline.

• 1981: Y. A. Das; ‘’Transistor Resistor Coupled Device and its Applications’’, Ph.D.

Thesis, Magadh University, Bodh-Gaya, India

• 1983: R. SenGupta2; ‘’A Study of Solid-State Temperature Measurement and

Control Circuits’’, Ph.D. Thesis, Ranchi University, Ranchi, India

• 1984: L. Singh; “A Study of Solid-State Composite Unit Devices”, Ph.D. Thesis,

Magadh University, Bodh-Gaya, India

• 1988: M. A. Al-Akhras, “Transistor Composite Circuit with Improved FET-like

Characteristics”, M.Sc. (Engineering) Thesis, Faculty of Engineering, College of
Engineering, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

• 1992: A. Kumar; “Composite Operational Amplifiers and Their Applications”, Ph.D.

Thesis, Ranchi University, Ranchi, India

• 2004: S. Bimal; “A Study of Programmable Current-Mode Circuits”, Ph.D. Thesis,

Ranchi University, Ranchi, India

2 Ph.D. student working under my guidance, for the work described in the thesis, won ISCA Young
Scientists’ Award of the Indian Science Congress Association held at Tirupati during January 3--8,
1983 in Engineering Sciences.

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Experience(Organizing Seminar/Workshop):(April 1978 – September 1983):

Organized Four Seminars/Workshops with emphasis on:-

• Printed Circuit Board Fabrication Techniques,
• Integrated Circuit (IC) Chips Applications.
• Microprocessor Applications in Instrumentation.
• Methods of Experimental Physics.

at the University of Ranchi, Ranchi, India, under the University Leadership Project (ULP) sponsored
by the University Grants Commission (UGC) of India, during 1978--1983.

Experience(Research Projects)

Supervised the following Research Projects as a Principal Investigator

• 1985--1988: King Saud University Research Grant 3/406: “Linearization of Thermistor
Thermometer and other Temperature Sensors’’, co-investigators: Dr. Mohammad A.
Al-Turaigi and Dr.Abdul Rahman M. Alamoud., to work at Electrical Engineering
Department, College of Engineering, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

• 1992--1995: King Saud University Research Grant 1/413: “Multiplying DACs and their
Basic Applications’’, co-investigators: Dr. Mohammad A. Al-Turaigi and Dr. M. Abou
El-Ela, to work at Electrical Engineering Department, College of Engineering,
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

• 1997- 2000 : U.G.C. major Research Grant F-4/97 (SR-1): “Studies on Current-Mode
Circuits”, co-investigators; Dr. S. S. Roy and Dr. K. K. Dey to work at University
Department of Physics, Ranchi University, Ranchi, India.

Experience(Text Book)

“A FIRST COURSE IN ELECTRONICS”, by A. A. KHAN & K. K. DEY, Published by PRENTICE-
HALL OF INDIA, SEPTEMBER 2006, reprinted in 2009 & 2012.

Professional Recognition & Awards

• Fellow IETE: Fellow of the Institution of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers
(IETE), India.

• SMIEEE(USA) Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
(IEEE), USA

• On the “ACADEMIC COUNCIL “of North-Eastern Hill University (NEHU), Shillong,
India, being nominated by PRESIDENT OF INDIA in his capacity as RECTOR of
NEHU.

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• On the “BOARD OF REVIEWERS’ for the IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation &
Measurement (USA)

• On the “ACADEMIC COUNCIL” of National Institute of Foundry & Forge Technology
(NIFFT) Ranchi, during1999 - 2004.

• On the “ACADEMIC COUNCIL” of Central University of Jharkhand, since 2009, being
nominated by PRESIDENT OF INDIA in his capacity as Visitor of CUJ.

• Conferred on the prestigious Dr. MEGHNAND SAHA award in 2009 and INDIAN
EXCELLENCE AWARD in 2010 by the Indian Institute of Oriental Heritage, Kolkata,
India.

• Bestowed upon the HONORARY rank of COLONEL in the National Cadet Corps
(NCC) in December 2009.

• Conferred with the JHARKHAND RATNA award in 2010 by Lok Seva Samiti,
Jharkhand

• Conferred with the 18th Dewang Mehta “Award for Outstanding Contribution to
Education” in November 2010

• Conferred with the LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENTS AWARD in 2011 (December 29,
2011) by World Management Congress in New Delhi.

• Conferred with the World Education Global Award entitled “Award for
Outstanding Contribution to Education” in 2012 (28th June 2012) by World
Education Congress in Mumbai.

Research Publications:

All research publications are in Electronics/Electrical Engineering discipline.

IEEE (USA) & IEE (UK) Journals:

1. KHAN, A. A., “New Method of Resistance Measurement, Electronics Letters’’; Vol. 8, No. 22, pp. 548-
549, Nov.2, 1972.

2. KHAN, A. A., “A Simple Transistorized Linear Scale Ohmmeter’’, IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas; Vol. IM-
23, No. 2, pp. 113-116, June 1974.

3. KHAN, A. A., “Analog Linear Scale Ohmmeter’’, IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas; Vol. IM-24, No. 2, pp.
115-120, June 1975.

4. KHAN, A. A. and Sen Gupta, R: “A Linear Temperature-to-Frequency Converter Using A Thermistor’’,
IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas; Vol. IM-30, No. 4, pp. 296-299, December,1981

5. KHAN, A. A. and Sen Gupta, R: “A New Approach To Reducing Power Dissipation In Thermistor
Probe For Temperature/Frequency Converter Based On Astable Multivibrator’’, IEEE Trans. Instrum.
Meas; Vol. IM-31, No. 4, pp. 278-279, December,1982.

6. KHAN, A. A. and SenGupta, R: “A Linear Temperature/Voltage Converter Using Thermistor in
Logarithmic Network’’, IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas; Vol. IM-33, No.1, pp. 2-4, March 1984.

7. KHAN, A. A. and SenGupta,R: “A Linear Thermistor Based Temperature to Frequency Converter
Using A Delay Network’’, IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas; Vol. IM-34, No.1, pp. 85-86,March 1985.

8. KHAN, A. A. and Singh, L: “A New Integrable Composite Circuit With Improved FET-Like
Characteristics’’, IEEE J. Solid-State Circuits; Vol. SC-20, No.2, pp. 648-649, April 1985.

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9. KHAN, A. A., “An Improved Linear Temperature/Voltage Converter Using Thermistor In Logarithmic
Network’’, IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas; Vol. IM-34, No.4, pp. 635-638, December,1985.

10. KHAN, A. A., “A Novel Apparatus To Study Faraday’s Laws Of Electromagnetic Induction’’, IEEE
Trans. Educ; Vol. E-29, No.1, pp. 30-31, February 1986.

11. KHAN, A. A., Al-Turaigi,M.A and Alamoud,A.R.M: “A Novel Wide Range Linearization Approach For
Thermistor Thermometer’’, IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas; Vol. IM-36, No.3, pp. 763-769,
September1987.

12. KHAN, A. A., Al-Turaigi,M.A and Alamoud,A.R.M: “Linearized Thermistor Thermometer Using Analog
Multiplier’’, IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas; Vol. IM-37, No.2 pp. 322-323, June1988.

13. KHAN, A. A. and Kumar,A: “A Novel Noninverting VCVS with Reduced Magnitude and Phase Errors’’,
IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas; Vol. IM- 40, No.6, pp.919-924, 1991.

14. KHAN, A. A. and Kumar,A: “A Novel Instrumentation Amplifier with Reduced Magnitude and Phase
Errors’’, IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas; Vol. IM-40, No.6, pp. 1035-10381991.

15. KHAN, A. A. and Kumar,A: “A Novel Wide-Band Differential Amplifier’’, IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas;
Vol. IM-41, No.4, pp. 555-559. 1992.

16. KHAN, A. A., Al-Turaigi, M. A. and Abou El-Ela, M., “An Improved Current-Mode Instrumentation
Amplifier with Bandwidth Independent of Gain’’, IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas; Vol. IM-44, No.4, pp. - ,
August 1995.

17. KHAN, A. A., Bimal, S., Dey, K. K. and Roy, S. S., “Novel RC Sinusoidal Oscillator using Second-
Generation Current Conveyor”, IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas., Vol. IM-54, No. 6, pp. 2402-2406,
December 2005.

UK BASED REFREED INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS

18. KHAN, A. A: “A Simple Single Element Controlled Triangular/Square Waveform Generator’’, Int. J.
Electronics; Vol. 57, No.1, pp. 91-95, 1984.

19. KHAN, A. A. and SMIAI, M. S: “A Simple Linear Trigger Circuit For Thyristors Working Under Variable
Frequency Anode Supply’’, Int. J. Electronics; Vol. 57, No. 2, pp. 289-298,1984.

20. KHAN, A. A. and Sen Gupta,R: “Comments On ‘Wide-Range, Linear Temperature to Frequency
Converters Using Standard Thermistors’’’, J. Phys.E: Sci. Instrum; Vol. 17, pp. 543-544, 1984.

21. KHAN, A. A “Economical Temperature Independent Logarithmic Circuit’’, Int. J. Electronics; Vol. 57,
No. 5, pp. 709-712, 1984.

22. KHAN, A. A., “Linearization of Thermistor Thermometer’’, Int. J. Electronics; Vol. 59, No.2, pp. 129-
139,1985.

23. Haque, S. E, KHAN, A. A. and SMIAI, M. S: ``Phased-Locked Loop Based Linearly Controlled Three
Phase Firing Circuit For An AC Controller’’, Int. J. Electronics; Vol. 58, pp. 761-767, 1985.

24. KHAN, A. A. and Singh, L: ``A JFET-BJT Combination For Instrumentation Applications’’, Int. J.
Electronics; Vol. 58, No. 5, pp. 839-8451985.

25. Haque, S. E, KHAN, A. A., Alamoud,A.R.M and SMIAI, M. S: ``Simple Phase Meter With Lead/Lag
Indication’’, Int. J. Electronics; Vol.59, No.4, pp. 517-524, 1985.

26. SMIAI, M. S, Haque,S.E, KHAN, A. A. and Ohli, A. H: ``Simple Circuit For Self Compensating High
Power Factor AC Voltage Controller’’, Int. J. Electronics; Vol. 60, No.5, pp. 631-639, 1986.

27. KHAN, A. A., Telba, A. A and Al-Khaldi,M: ``Simple Attachment To Analogue/Digital Multimeter For
Frequency Measurement Up To 10 MHz’’, Int. J. Electronics; Vol. 62, No.1, pp. 93-95, 1987.

28. KHAN, A. A. and Singh, L: ``Optimizing The Performance Of Modified Field Effect Transistor’’, Int. J.
Electronics; Vol. 62, No.3, pp. 434-440, 1987.

29. Haque,S.E and KHAN, A. A.: ``A Simple Circuit For The Quantitative Demonstration Of Fourier
Analysis And Synthesis’’, Int. J. Elect. Eng. Educ; Vol. 25, pp. 235-241, July 1988.

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30. KHAN, A. A., Alamoud,A.R.M and Al-Turaigi,M.A: ``Linearization Of Nickel Resistance Temperature
Detector (RTD) and Its Application In Temperature Measurement’’, Int. J. Electronics; Vol. 67, No.6,
pp. 931-9361989.

31. KHAN, A. A.: ``Novel BIFET Composite Unit And Its Applications’’, Int. J. Electronics; Vol. 70, No.2,
pp. 421-431, 1991.

32. KHAN, A. A. and Kumar, A: ``Extending the Bandwidth of Instrumentation Amplifier’’, Int. J.
Electronics; Vol.74, No. 4, pp.643--653, 1993.

33. Al-Akhras, M. A., KHAN, A. A. and Alamoud, A. R. M., ``DC Modeling of Modified Field-Effect
Transistor’’, Int. J. Electronics, Vol. 76, No. 3, pp. 417--424, 1994.

34. KHAN, A. A.,Abou El-Ela, M., and Al-Turaigi, M. A. ``Current-Mode Precision Rectification’’, Int. J.
Electronics, Vol.79, No.6, pp. 853-859, 1995.

35. KHAN, A. A., Bimal, S., Dey, K. K. and Roy, S. S., “Current Conveyor based R- and C- multiplier
Circuits”, International Journal of Electronics and Communication, Vol. 56, No. 5, pp. 312-316, 2002.

36. KHAN, A. A., Bimal, S, Dey, K. K., and Roy, S. S., “An improved Simulation Approach for Teaching
the Generation of Sinusoidal Waveform”, European Journal of Engineering Education. 2009

OTHER REFREED INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS

37. KHAN, A. A``A Transistorized Gaussmeter Using Ge Diode as a Sensitive Magnetic Probe’’, Indian J.
Pure \& Appl. Phys; Vol. 10, pp. 81-83, 1972.

38. KHAN, A. A.: ``A New Voltage-Controlled Negative Resistance Solid-State Device’’, Indian J. Pure &
Appl. Phys; Vol. 10, pp. 896-898, 1972.

39. KHAN, A. A. ``A Simple Laboratory Ohmmeter’’, Indian J. Technology, Vol. 13, pp. 25-27, 1975.
40. KHAN, A. A. ``Nonlinear Analog Ohmmeter Circuits’’, J. Sci. & Indus. Res; Vol. 35, pp. 356-362, 1976.
41. KHAN, A. A. ``Analysis of Analog Linear Ohmmeter’’, Indian J. Pure & Appl. Phys; Vol. 14, pp. 222-

224, 1976.
42. KHAN, A. A. ``Inexpensive Analog Solid-State Linear Ohmmeter’’, Indian J. Pure & Appl.Phys; Vol.

14, pp. 752-7581976.
43. KHAN, A. A. ``Linear Analog Ohmmeter Circuits’’, J. Sci. Industr. Res; Vol. 35, pp. 707-711, 1976.
44. KHAN, A. A. and Das,Y.A: ``Transfer Characteristics of a New Solid-State Circuit’’, Indian J.Pure &

Appl. Phys; Vol. 15, pp. 59-60, 1977.
45. KHAN, A. A. and Das,Y.A: ``Analysis of Transistor Resistor Coupled Device’’, Indian J. Pure & Appl.

Phys; Vol. 15, pp. 260-265, 1977.
46. KHAN, A. A.: ``Inexpensive Transformerless Arc Power Supply For Laboratory Applications’’,

Research \& Industry; Vol. 22, pp. 249-250, 1977.
47. KHAN, A. A. and Das,Y.A: ``Effect of Temperature Effect On The Performance Of Transistor Resistor

Coupled Device’’, Indian J. Pure & Appl. Phys: Vol. 16, pp. 478-480, 1978.
48. KHAN, A. A. and Das,Y.A: ``Analytical and Experimental Study Of Transistor Resistor Coupled

Device’’, Indian J. Pure & Appl. Phys; Vol. 17, pp. 26-31, 1979.
49. KHAN, A. A. and Khan, A: ``A New Solid-State Temperature Sensor’’, Indian J. Pure & Appl. Phys;

Vol. 17, pp. 849-850, 1979.
50. KHAN, A. A. and Das,Y.A: ``Optimizing The Performance Of Transistor Resistor Coupled Device

Against Wide Variation Of Temperature’’, J. Instn. Electron. Telecomm. Engrs; Vol. 26,pp. 509-511,
1980.
51. KHAN, A. A.: ``Solid-State Precision Voltage Sources For Use In Potentiometric Measurement’’,
Research & Industry; Vol. 25, pp. 18-22, 1980.
52. KHAN, A. A. and Das,Y.A: ``Solid-State Composite Unit Devices’’, J. Sci. Industr. Res; Vol. 39, pp.
625-632, 1980.

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53. KHAN, A. A. and Das,Y.A: ``Negative Resistance Realization In Transistor Resistor Coupled Device’’,
J. Instn. Electron. Telecomm. Engrs; Vol. 27, pp. 12-15, 1981.

54. KHAN, A. A. and Das,Y.A: ``Effect Of Frequency On The Current Gain Of Transistor Resistor Coupled
Device’’, Indian J. Pure & Appl. Phys; Vol. 19, pp. 291-292, 1981.

55. KHAN, A. A. and Das,Y.A: ``A New Composite Unit Device Using JFET And Bipolar Transistor’’, J.
Instn. Electron. Telecomm. Engrs; Vol. 28, pp. 119-121, 1982.

56. KHAN, A. A.: ``A New Integrable Composite Unit Device’’, Indian J. Pure & Appl. Phys; Vol.20, pp.
207-209, 1982.

57. KHAN, A. A. and Sen Gupta, R: ``A Novel Linear Temperature-To-Voltage Converter Based On
Thermistor Resistor Transistor Network’’, J. Instn. Electron. Telecomm. Engrs; Vol. 28, pp.294-295,
1982.

58. KHAN, A. A. and Sen Gupta, R: ``An Inexpensive Linear Temperature/Voltage Converter’’, Indian J.
Pure & Appl. Phys; Vol. 20, pp. 914-915 ,1982.

59. KHAN, A. A. and Sen Gupta, R: ``Notes On Unijunction Transistor As A Temperature Sensor’’, J.
Instn. Electron. Telecomm. Engrs; Vol. 28, p. 551, 1982.

60. KHAN, A. A. and Sen Gupta, R: ``Using Unijunction Transistor As A Temperature Sensor’’, J. Instn.
Electron. Telecomm. Engrs; Vol. 29, pp.134-135, 1983.

61. KHAN, A. A. and Singh, L: ``Dynamic Performance Of Modified Field Effect Transistor’’, Indian J. Pure
& Appl. Phys; Vol. 22, pp. 565-566, 1984.

62. KHAN, A. A., Haque,S.E and SMIAI, M. S: ``Simple Firing Circuit For Phase Controlled Thyristors
Working Under Variable Frequency Anode Supply’’, J. Eng. Sciences:KSU; Vol. 12, No.2, pp. 157-
168, 1986.

63. Al-Akhras, M. A., KHAN, A. A. and Alamoud, A. R. M., ``Analysis and Modeling of the Noise Sources
of the MFET’’, The Arabian J. for Science & Engineering, Vol. 19, No. 4B, pp. 827--834, October
1994.

64. Bimal, S., KHAN, A. A., Roy, S. S. and Dey, K. K., “Programmable Hysteresis Comparator Circuits
using Current Conveyor”, Journal of the Instrument Society of India, Vol. 32, No. 2, pp. 85-93, 2002.

65. Bimal, S., KHAN, A. A., Roy, S. S. and Dey, K. K., “Weinbridge Oscillator using Current Conveyor”,
Journal of the Instrument Society of India, 2010.

INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL CONFERENCES

66. KHAN, A. A. and Sen Gupta, R: ``A New Integrable Temperature Sensor’’, Proceedings of
Symposium on Electronic Instrumentation With Industrial Applications; IETE Madras Centre,Nov. 27-
28, 1982.

67. KHAN, A. A. and Sen Gupta, R: ``Trends In Thermistor Based Temperature Instrumentation’’, Proc.
Nat. Conf. Instrum., Chandigarh (India), April 12-14, 1983.

68. KHAN, A. A. and Sen Gupta, R: ``Thermistor Based Temperature To Frequency Conversion
Techniques: A Study of The Recent Trends’’, Proc. 2nd Symposium On ‘’ TEMPERATURE
MEASUREMENT IN INDUSTRY & SCIENCE’’: International Confederation, pp. 273-282,
SUHL(GDR), October 16-18, 1984.

69. KHAN, A. A., Alamoud, A. R. M and Al-Turaigi, M. A: ``Linearization Of Platinum Resistance
Thermometer’’, Proc. IASTED Int. Symposium On ‘Modeling, Identification and Control’, pp.44-47,
rindelwald(Switzerland), February 17-20, 1987.

70. Nouh,A.S, Haque,S.E and KHAN, A. A.: ``A Simple Laboratory Set-Up For The Quantitative
Demonstration Of Transients In RC, LR and LCR Circuits’’, Proc..Regional Conference on
Establishing Engineering Laboratories in College Of Engineering; Doha, March 14-16, 1988.

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71. KHAN, A. A., Al-Turaigi, M. A. and Abou El-Ela, M., Operational Floating Current Conveyor:
Characteristics, Modelling and Applications, Proc. IEEE IMTC Conference, May 10-12, Japan,WEPM
7--5, 1994.

72. KHAN, A. A., “Women in Technical Education in the State of Jharkhand”, Presented atNational
Seminar on “Education for Women & Girl Child” held in New Delhi on 3rd September 2005;organized
by ‘JUSTICE SUNANDA BHANDARE FOUNDATION’ (to be published in seminar proceeding).

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TEACHING AND RESEARCH ACTIVITY AT ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT,
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, KING SAUD UNIVERSITY,RIYADH-11421, SAUDI-ARABIA,

AS A VISITING FACULTY DURING OCTOBER 1983 -- JULY 1988 & OCTOBER 1990 -- JULY 1995

Under-Graduate Level Courses Taught:

EE 304: ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENTS & MEASUREMENTS
EE 305: LAB FOR EE 304
EE 315 DIGITAL & ANALOG ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS
EE 316: LAB FOR EE 315
EE 319: ELECTRONICS FOR NON-ELECTRICAL STUDENTS
EE 413: ELECTRONICS FOR INSTRUMENTATION
EE 416: LAB FOR EE 413
EE 400: PROJECT

Graduate Level Courses Taught:

EE 512: INTEGRATED CIRCUITS APPLICATIONS
EE 513: SELECTED TOPICS IN ELECTRONICS
EE 514: DIGITAL CIRCUITS

M.Sc.(Engg) Thesis Supervised:-

EE 600: M.SC.(ENG) THESIS: “TRANSISTOR COMPOSITE CIRCUIT WITH IMPROVED
FET-LIKE CHARACTERISTICS”, 1988, Faculty of Engineering, Electrical Engineering
Department, College of Engineering, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Research Project Supervised As A Principal Investigator:

1985--1988: College Research Centre Grant 3/406: “Linearization of Thermistor Thermometer and
other Temperature Sensors’’, co-investigators: Dr. Mohammad A. Al-Turaigi and Dr.
Abdul Rahman M. Alamoud.

1992--1995: College Research Centre Grant 1/413: “Multiplying DACs and their Basic Applications’’,
co-investigators: Dr. Mohammad A. Al-Turaigi and Dr. M. Abou El-Ela

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Appendix-A

RANCHI UNIVERSITY

Challenges & Achievements

1st January 2006 – 31st December 2011

Anwar A. Khan, Vice-Chancellor

PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE CREATED

Administrative Campus

1. VC / PVC Office and VC Conference Hall
2. Gate of Administrative Campus
3. Boundary Wall of administrative Campus
4. Vice-Chancellor residence, Marwari College Campus
5. Extension & Renovation of Maulana Azad Senate Hall (Fully Air-Conditioned)

Morabadi Teaching Campus

1. Institute of Basic Sciences
2. Institute of Applied Sciences ( 1st phase work completed, 2nd phase is expected to be

completed by July 2012.
3. Aryabhatta Auditorium, fully air-conditioned with 500 capacity
4. University Guest House
5. Institute of Management Studies
6. Deans’ Office
7. Examination Data Processing Cell (EDPC) with 2 annexe buildings
8. Golden Jubilee Convocation Mandap
9. Staff Quarter for non-teaching staff
10. Information & Knowledge e-Centre: 2 Reading Halls & 1 Internet Hall with 26 networked

computers
11. Boundary Wall of the Campus

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12. Extension of Humanities Block for the University Departments of Urdu, Bangali & Sanskrit
(to be completed by April 2012).

13. Extension of TRL Department

Ranchi Women’s College (Science Block)

1. 2nd Floor Extension of RWC Science Block
2. Building of Department of Education
3. U.G.C. Girl's Hostel
4. P.G. Girls Hostel
5. Technical Bhawan

Academic Initiatives

University Departments under Special Assistance Programme (SAP) of the UGC

University Grants Commission has chosen the following University Departments of Ranchi
University under its Special Assistance Programme.

1. University Department of Anthropology
2. University Department of Geography
3. University Department of Geology
4. University Department of English (to be notified)

Further Council of Scientific and Industrial Research under its FIST
Programme has chosen the University Department of Geology for
strengthening the laboratories facilities for advanced research.

Colleges with Potential for Excellence

The UGC has identified three colleges of Ranchi University and granted them the
status of "College with Potential for Excellence". These Colleges are:

1. Ranchi College, Ranchi
2. Marwari College, Ranchi
3. St. Xavier's College, Ranchi

Autonomous Colleges

The UGC has identified four colleges of Ranchi University and granted them the status
of "Autonomous College". These Colleges are:

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1. Ranchi College, Ranchi: from session 2009-10
2. Marwari College, Ranchi: from session 2009-10
3. St. Xavier's College, Ranchi: from session 2006-07
4. Ranchi Women’s College, Ranchi: from session 2011-2012

Notable Achievements

A. Establishment of Examination Data Processing Cell (ED PC) with 25

net-worked computers linked with internet facilities is fully functional and caters the need
of University for tabulation & publishing the examination results in time.

B. Automation of Central Library has been completed. List of more than one lakh

books and journals in Ranchi University Library are now online with full INFLIBNET
connectivity. INFLIBNET cell is providing online access to more than 3500
International and National journals.

C. Counselling and Placement Cell has been constituted and is fully functional at

Multipurpose Hall.

D. Revival of Computer Centre -The Computer Centre of the University was revived in

2008 and is connected to INFLIBNET Centre. This Centre took the lead in lharkhand in

th

fixation of pay of teachers and officers in the University under 6 UGC Pay revision. The
model was followed by other Universities in the state.

E. The INFLIBNET Cell has been upgraded from 2 MBPS connection speed to 1 GBPS

connection speed from 1st April 2010. It is now connected with National Knowledge
Network (NKN) of the UGC. The Computer Centre is poised to provide Wi-Fi connectivity

with INFLIBNET to the entire Campus with the help of BSNL. Each University Department
and other Centres at Colleges are being provided with 50 to 100 nodes for faster access to the
INFLIBNET and NKN.

F. Semester-wise session has been introduced in Post Graduate Courses from session

2011-12

G. Special care of BPL students: Two students in BPL category are admitted in each

University Department in each academic session and are given full free ship and scholarship

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of Rs. 500/-p.m. Further five students on merit basis under BPL category are admitted in

each self-financing course in each constituent College and are given full free ship.

H. Coaching Classes for SC/ST & Minorities: Ranchi University is running three

coaching classes sponsored by the UGC. These include:
- Coaching classes for entry in services for SC/ST/ Minorities
- Coaching for NET/SET for SC/ST/OBC & Minorities
- Remedial Coaching for SC/ST/OBC and Minorities

I. UGC Interface Meeting: Ranchi University was chosen by UGC to organize the

Interface meeting of Principals of the Colleges of lharkhand State for allocation of XI Plan
Grants.

J. Inter-University Youth Festival: Ranchi University successfully organized East-

Zone Inter University Youth Festival 2008 during December 2-6, 2008 in collaboration with
the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) and the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports,
Govt. of India. The inter-university youth festival was organized in this University for the
first time. More than 500 delegates from 15 Universities participated in the Youth Festival.

New Courses Introduced (session 2006 – 2007 & onward)

1. M. A. in Rural Development
2. M. A. in Public Administration
3. M. A. in Mass Communication
4. M. A. in Archaeology & Museology
5. M. Sc. in Bio-Technology
6. M. A. in Human Rights Education
7. Master in Rural Management
8. P. G. Diploma in Gandhian Thought
9. P. G. Diploma in Clinical Psychology
10. P.G. Diploma in Plant Biotechnology
11. P.G. Diploma in Water Resource Management
12. P. G. Diploma in Gemology
13. P. G. Diploma in Food Preservation & Bakery
14. P. G. Diploma in Environmental Management and Development
15. P. G. Diploma in Anti-Human Trafficking

In addition, a number of Add-On Courses have been started in the colleges.

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Endowment Fund

The University administration recognizes the fact that in the present economic climate creation and
mobilization of own resources is imperative for academic and research activities. Setting up of an
Endowment Fund has been a major step towards creating financial independence of the University.
As on today Endowment Fund is in tune of Rs. 13 Crore. The interest earned from Endowment
Fund the University is able to organize a number of academic activities. These include:

1. Teaching Assistantship (Rs. 4000/-p.m.) to toppers in each P.G. Dept. for one year
2. Ph.D. scholarship (Rs. 5,000/-p. m.) to one student in each P.G. Dept. for two years.
3. Rs. 50,000/-is sanctioned to each P.G. Dept. in each academic year for organizing seminar/

workshop/ conferences
4. Scholarship to two BPL category students (Rs. 500/-p.m.) admitted in P.G. Departments for

two years
5. Maintenance of Data Processing Cell & Software up-gradation, hardware & accessories
6. Maintenance of University Website
7. Contractual Appointment of Computer Operators
8. Convocation/Souvenir /Annual Report Printing

9. Visiting Professorship: University has instituted Visiting Professorship as under:

- Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Visiting Professor of Humanities
- Dr. L.P. Vidyarthi Visiting Professor ofAnthropology
- Dr. Enayat Ahmed Visiting Professor of Geography
- Pt. Ramji Mishra Manohar Visiting Professor of Journalism & Mass Communication

10. Extra-Mural Lecture Series: Eminent persons with proven scholarship are invited to

deliver 2-3 lectures each year from session 2009-10 in each faculty. These lecture series have
been instituted in honour of: Dr. J. C. Bose in the Faculty of Science, Dr. S. K. Mukherjee in
the Faculty of Engineering, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad in the Faculty of Education, Dr.
Camile Bulkey in the Faculty of Humanities, Barrister S. K. Sahay in the Faculty of Law, Dr.
Davis in the Faculty of Medicine, R. S. Mandal in the Faculty of Commerce.

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