Prof. Dachepalli Ravinder, Professor in Physics, Osmania University has been been recognitioned for world ranking 2 % Indian Scientist. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1mMonq947bS3KcMhsDpf_5z3H46My2t1k_7B3McozA68/htmlview Serial Number : 865 Prof. Ravinder Dachepalli is working as a professor in Physics, Department of Physics, Osmania University since 36 years and his research work on magnetic and electrical properties of nano-ferrites,magnetic materials, ferrites, Energy materials, thin films, GMR materials, Cu-Co alloy thin films and nano-materials( Nanotechnology) by pulsed laser deposition, sol gel, citrate precursor method and electro deposition. To his credit he has published 250 research papers in an International Journals( Applied Physics letters, JMM, J alloys and compounds, Journal of Nano-chemistry, Bulletin of Materials, Materials letters, Materials physics and chemistry, Sciences, Journal of applied physics, Journal of American ceramics society, Nano-structures in chemistry etc . He has been awarded Young Scientist award received by Dr. Abdual Kalam (former president of India), for outstanding contributions in the field of science and Technology, UGC career award, Boyscast fellowship by DST ( Department of science and technology, Government of India, JSPS fellowship Japan and Royal Society fellowship,UK . Prof. Ravinder also visited USA, UK, Sweden, Ireland, Canada, Singapore and Japan for Collaborative Research and conference papers presentation and invited talks. RESEARCH WORK OF THE CANDIDATE Ferrites and ferrite thin films can be used as deflection yoke core in television picture tubes, memory core devices in computers and antenna cores. They are also widely used in inductors, memory and switching devices, microwave latching devices, transformers, etc. At microwave frequencies, ferrites are extensively used in a number of microwave devices such as – isolators, circulators, gyrators and phase shifters. Magnetic and electric properties of ferrites are having fundamental and technological and potential applications. Potential applications such as (1) high density information storage in computers, (2) ferrofluid technology, magnetocaloric refrigeration, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) enhancement, magnetic guided drug delivery, microwave devices and magnetic recording media and magnetic sensors. Superparmagnetic nanoparticles also have been used in biomedicine and bio-technology as contrast agents in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and as drug carriers for magnetically guided drug delivery. Nano-wires and nano-structural thin films are having fundamental, technological and potential applications such as thermoelectric power conversion, light weight protective armor for space shuttles-high temperature semiconductor devices in nuclear engineering Newton absorbers and solid state Newton detectors.