The author obtained his Doctoral degree from University of Bristol, U.K. under the supervision of Emeritus Professor Dr.D.H. Perkins, FRS. The author has worked in high-energy physics for a number of years using photographic emulsions exposed at CERN. He has also used low-energy facilities at Nuclear Science Center at New Delhi. He was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Ottawa, visitor to CERN, visiting professor at the University of Tebrez. He has published 40 research papers in International Journals and gave lectures on Nuclear physics, particle physics, quantum mechanics, classical mechanics, mathematical physics, atomic and molecular physics and relativity at undergraduate and graduate levels at various universities for several years. He was a Professor and Head of the Department of Physics and Chairman, Board of studies at the Osmania University.
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