Introduction to Electrons
00:16:00:00 1984 GUB-1
Producer: Praful Bhavsar (SAC/EMMRC)

00:14:00:00 1985 GUB-12
Producer: Himanshu Trivedi

Semiconductors (Supplement)
00:21:45:00 1985 GUB-17
Producer: Himanshu Trivedi

Diodes (Supplement)
00:20:27:00 1985 GUB-17
Producer: Himanshu Trivedi

Cathode Ray Oscilloscope
00:14:30:00 1985 GUB-23
Producer: Malti Mehta

Lewis Structure
00:18:30:00 1985 GUB-21
Producer: Himanshu Trivedi

Amplitude Modulation
00:07:27:00 1986 GUA-156
Producer: Indo-British ETV Workshop

00:13:24:00 1987 GUB-133
Producer: Shaikh

  • This program on waves shows the importance of waves in our day to day life. It also includes points on different kinds of waves and features of waves.

00:16:47:00 1988 GUB-128
Producer: Imamuddin Shaikh

  • This program Light is in a documentary format. It explains different phenomenon of light. The importance of light is explained in a popular manner.

Liquid Crystals – I
Basic Concepts & Classifications
00:21:49:00 1988 GUB-206
Producer : Ashok Mewada

  • It is a program dealing with a multi-disciplinary subject. The basic concepts and classification of liquid crystals are explained in detail. The definition of liquid crystal and the classes viz. Nematic, Smectic A & C, Cholesteric, Lyotropic – Hexagonal Lamellar are elaborately dealt with.

Liquid Crystals – II
Properties & Applications
00:24:15:00 1988 GUB-207
Producer : Ashok Mewada

  • In this programme properties like consuming very little space, lowest power, good readability, durability etc. are explained. The applications like use in displays, portable computer terminals and ferroelectrics are explained in detail. The use of liquid crystals in thermography is highlighted.

Ooty Radio Telescope
00:12:27:00 1988 GUB-207
Producer: Ashok Mewada

  • The program is about the Ooty Radio Telescope. How is it made, its dimensions, etc. and its function. It also tells you about the results obtained by the ORT.

Radio Astronomy and Indian Scene
00:13:42:00 1988 GUB-206
Producer: Ashok Mewada

  • The program mainly tells you about the origin of radio astronomy. The facilities in India in the field of Radio Astronomy are discussed in depth.

Physics of the Sun
00:15:01:00 1988 GUB-223
Producer: Ashok Mewada

Why the Sky is Blue?
(Sir C.V. Raman’s Tribute programme)
00:25:12:00 1988 GUB-245
Producer: Dhiren Avashia

  • This program is based on Nobel laureate Sir C.V. Raman’s discovery about the scattering of light and his finding about why the colour of the sky is blue.

Beyond Vision (Optical Telescope)
00:17:07:00 1989 GUB-223
Producer: Ashok Mewada

  • Since dawn of an astronomy, optical telescope has been the most important tool to explore the universe. It gives information of the vainu bapu observatory, Kavalur, a prominent centre for optical astronomy in India.

Kodaikanal Observatory
00:11:13:00 1989 GUB-259
Producer: Ashok Mewada

  • The program starts with a brief history of this oldest observatory, giving information about different areas of scientific inquiry.

Glimpses of science Of the Physical
Research Laboratory
00:29:39:00 1989 GUB-270
Producer: Himanshu Trivedi/Kaushik

Cosmology in the post
Einstein Era Part-1
00:18:43:00 2005 B/AHM/3/646
Producer : Vismay Shah

  • This is the recording of a public lecture given by Dr. Jayant Narlikar on the occasion of International year of Physics to mark the 100th year of publication of Einstein’s important papers in Physics.

Cosmology in the post
Einstein Era Part-2
00:22:50:00 2005 B/AHM/3/644
Producer : Vismay Shah

  • Dr. Jayant Narlikar has explained different solutions to Einstein’s equation, given by Einstein, De sitter, Fried Mann and Lemaitre, for the static and expanding universe.

Cosmology in the post
Einstein Era Part-3
00:20:50:00 2005 B/AHM/3/645
Producer : Vismay Shah

  • Dr. Narlikar has explained that people began to disbelieve the steady state theory but it made many interesting proposals like bayon number, scalar field, super clusters etc. So finally he has asked the students to be little more critical and not to join a flock just because a flock is going in a certain direction (Big Bang).