Radiations & Isotopic Tracers Laboratory

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About RITL

Early in the development of the University in 1960’s, the necessity for developing a Radiotracer Laboratory was realised due to the unique importance of Radiations and Radioisotopes in modern agricultural and basic research. The Radiations and Isotopic Tracers Laboratory (R.I.T.L.) was constructed under the guidance of BARC, DAE, (Govt. of India) in the College of Basic Sciences & Humanities and recognized as a ‘B’- class laboratory by A.E.R.B. (Govt. of India) for handling/use of radioisotopes.



  • Beta Lab
  • Soft Beta Lab
  • Gamma Lab
  • Radiobiological Lab
  • Radioactive decontamination Lab
  • UG/PG Instructional lab
  • Radiochemistry Lab


Liquid Scintillation Counter, Phosphor (FX) Image Analysis, Solid Scintillation Counter Gamma Ray Spectrometer (RIA), Geiger Mûller Counters, Gas Flow Proportional Counter, Plant Growth Chamber, Radiation Survey & Contamination Monitoring systems, Hands and Clothing Monitor System, Autoradiography Facilities, Remote Handling devices & Fume-Hood.


Research work



Course Code Course Name Credits
Course Code Course Name Credits
BPC-615 Radio- Chemistry < 2(1-0-1)
BPC-616 Use of radio isotopes in Research 1
BPC-617 Radiotracer techniques in Mol. Biology    2(1-0-1)
BPC-512 Radioisotopic techniques in Mech. Engg. (0-0-1)
BPP-550 Radiation Biophysics      2(2-1-0) 
BPP-661 Nuclear Techniques in Agricultural & Biology  2(2-0-0)

Training/ Workshops

In the last 05 years R.I.T.L. Organized the following Workshops/Training Courses
  • In the last 05 years R.I.T.L. Organized the following Workshops/Training Courses
  • In the last 05 years R.I.T.L. Organized the following Workshops/Training Courses
  • B.R.N.S. & IANCAS, DAE sponsored National workshop on “Radiochemistry and Applications of Radioisotopes”. (March 24 - April 02, 2000)

Training/ Workshops

Under Construction

Other Details

The laboratory functions primarily as a Central Research Facility for the university. It has emerged as an active centre for inter-disciplinary teaching and research involving radioisotopes in basic, agricultural, & veterinary sciences, as also in engineering and biotechnology and
  • To procure radioisotopes and radio-labelled compounds for the users.
  • To plan, guide & monitor the radio-tracers experiments.
  • To manage the radioactive waste and radiation safety of users.
  • To maintain liaison between the University departments and also with the Division of Radiological Protection, Atomic Energy Regulatory Board(Government of India), and Board of Radiations and Isotopes Technology (BRIT, D.A.E.) as far as use of Radioisotopes is concerned.
  • To assist the university scientists in the planning of their research proposals and execution of the research projects in which the radioisotopes or use of radiations are involved.