Bio data of Shiv Kumar

  1. Name : SHIV KUMAR JAISWAL
  1. Present Position : Senior Scientist
  1. Date of Birth : 26-02-1970
  1. Address for Correspondence: Shiv Kumar Jaiswal

 Senior Scientist and Head  

Fluid Flow Measurement Standards

ALSIM Division

Room No. 22, HEPP Building

CSIR-National Physical Laboratory

Dr. K.S. Krishnan Road 

New Delhi – 110012  INDIA,  Tel:  +91-11-45609475

Fax: +91-11-45609310

Mobile: +91-9958618375 & 9958711225

E-mail: skjaiswal@mail.nplindia.org, skj1970@rediffmail.com

    5. Educational Qualifications:
S. No. Examination Passed Board/Institution Year of Passing Percentage of Marks
1. M. Tech. (Electrical Power System) Visvesvaraya Regional College of Engineering, (Now, VNIT) Nagpur (Maharashtra) 1996 67.15
2. B.E. (Electrical Engineering) Govt. Engineering College, Bilaspur (M.P.) 1993 72.00
3. Higher Secondary School Certificate Board of Secondary Education, M.P., Bhopal 1989 75.00
4. High School Certificate Board of Secondary Education, M.P., Bhopal 1987 76.30
  1. Professional Training:
S. No. Place of Training Duration Year Details of Training
1. NPL, New Delhi

 

02 weeks 2001 NPL-NAM-CIMET Training Programme for Metrology, Quality Assurance & Global Trade
2. NPL, New Delhi 12  days 2002 Programming in C++ language
3. NPL, New Delhi 02  days 2003 Evaluation & expression of uncertainty in measurement
4. Fluke South East Asia Pte. Ltd., Singapore 02 days 2004 Instrument training on high precision 8 ½ digit Reference Multimeter model Fluke 8508A, its automation and calibration using MET/CAL software
5. CDC, New Delhi 02 days 2005 Training on ISO/ IEC 17025 documentary standard
6. NIST, USA 01 year 2006 Advanced training/ research on Josephson voltage standard and Nanometrology
7. NPL, New Delhi 05 days 2007 Successfully completed the NABL Assessors Training course  as per ISO/IEC 17025 organized by NPL, New Delhi
8. HRDC, Ghaziabad 03 days 2008 Training course on “Crafting effective S&T Communication”
9. HRDC, Ghaziabad 06 days 2009 CSIR Induction Training Programme
10. NIST, USA 05 days 2010 Exposure on state-of-the-art in Fluid Flow  (i.e. water, air & gas flow) calibration
11. NPL, New Delhi 03 days 2012
Training course on Mass Metrology
12. Fluke, USA 04 days 2014
Factory training on Gas Flow Calibration System, precision measurement and uncertainty evaluation
  1. Position held in decreasing chronological order:
S.

No.

Position held Lab/Inst./Org. Year of joining Experience (No. of years) Responsibility
1. Sr. Scientist NPL 2008 6 ½ Fluid Flow Measurement and precision calibration
2.

 

Scientist NPL 2004 04 DC Measurement and Precision calibration
3.

 

Jr. Scientist NPL 2000 04 DC Measurement and Precision calibration
  1. Visits Abroad:
 S.  

 No.

Country visited Name of Lab/Ins. Visited Year Duration Brief job description
  1. Singapore Fluke South-East Asia Pte. Ltd. 2004 Two Days
Instrument training on high precision 8 ½ digit Reference Multimeter model Fluke 8508A, its automation and calibration using MET/CAL software
2. U.S.A. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) 2006 One Year Advanced training/ research on Josephson Voltage Standards and Nanometrology
3. U.S.A. NCSLI Workshop & Symposium 2010  & NIST 2010 Two weeks

(one week each)

Attended the Conference at Long Beach for oral presentation. Visited Fluid Flow Metrology Lab. of NIST at Gaithersburg
4. Japan APMP 2011 3 days Attended APMP General Assembly and Technical Committee for Fluid Flow (TCFF) meeting at Kobe
5. U.S.A. Fluke Corporation, Phoenix 2014 Four days Factory training on Gas Flow Calibration System, precision measurement and uncertainty evaluation

 

  1. Job Description:
  • Establishment, maintenance, updating and dissemination of National Standards of Fluid Flow and related R&D activity .
  • Establishment, maintenance, updating and dissemination of National Standards of DC Voltage, DC Current and DC Resistance and related R&D activity of Josephson Voltage Standard & DC Standards.
  1. Technical Assessor for NABL:

As a qualified technical assessor, I provide my services to National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL) as per NPL-NABL MoU. I have done assessment of a number of Laboratories in Electrical and Fluid Flow discipline as per ISO 17025 standard. As per invitation of NABL, I also participate in NABL Accreditation Committee as a expert of Fluid Flow discipline.

  1. Alternate Member of BIS Hydrometry Committee: 

As an alternate member of BIS Hydrometry Committee under Water Resource Department (WRD1), I provide my comments on various IS and ISO document standards. I also attend the meeting of Hydrometry Committee.

  1. Member of APMP Technical Committee for Fluid Flow:
  1. Awards/ Honours:

 

S. No. Name of the award Year Awarding Org./Inst. Brief citation of the award work
1. Outstanding R&D Team Award 2004 NPL, New Delhi For successfully completing the International Peer Review of 387 Calibration and Measurement Capabilities (CMCs), highest in APMP region, thus making the calibration certificates issued by NPL as Globally acceptable.
2. BOYSCAST Fellowship 2005-06 DST, New Delhi Advanced training and research on Josephson voltage standards and Nanometrology at NIST, USA

 

  1. Research Publications: In Journals : 12

In Conferences            : 21

Total                            : 33

  1. Training Imparted:

(a) “Training course on DC voltage, DC current and DC resistance calibration”.

Trained one Scientist of KIM-LIPI, Indonesia (i.e. NMI for Indonesia) in

November 2007.

(b) “Training course on precision DC measurement and calibration”.

Trained one Scientist of SASO, Saudi Arabia (i.e. NMI for Saudi Arabia) on Zener reference standards calibration w.e.f. January 28- February 08, 2008.