The OSA (Optical Society of America) Student Chapter, the biggest international society for Optics and Photonics works with certain objectives which include being one of the largest and active student branches in India and thereafter making its presence felt at the world level. It also aims at working in close collaboration with the industrial world which would thereby enable the members and participants to contribute with their innovative ideas in the field of optics. The chapter plans to enrich its member base through professional networking by providing career development and technical programming. The objective of the Chapter is to raise awareness of optics and science learning through participation in events at its institution and in the local seats of learning. It also plans to disseminate awareness through youth education and outreach activities such as science fairs, laboratory tours, and classroom demonstrations. This is the world’s leading professional association for the advancement of technology.


The events encouraged technical geeks to come up with ideas in order to simulate upbringings in technology. Since establishment, the team has put our wholehearted efforts to provide a common platform for young minds to implement their innovative ideas. The team has continuously endeavored to create a technical culture by organizing workshops, technical weeks, the technical feats etc.


Prof. (Dr.) P.K. Singh Hon’ble Director, Radha Govind Group of Institutions, Meerut



To provide the platform that highlights advances in technology & tools used in modern day Photonics. Invited talk on Photonics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonic Devices and hands-on training of Photonic Software is proposed.


Photonics is the science and technology of generating, controlling & detecting photons, which are particles of light. Photonics underpins technologies of daily life from smartphones to laptops, internet to medical instruments all has the light technology. The 21st century will depend as much as on Photonics as 20th century depends on electronics.

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