Applied Sciences and Humanities Department


The Applied Sciences and Humanities department is strengthened by the presence of faculty members who are exponents in their fields. A dynamic team of well qualified and committed individuals make up this department which scaffolds the ongoing innovations at institute. Department plays a pivotal role in being the cornerstone of institute’s vision of providing students holistic development. The department helps students to express themselves effectively and to create proficient engineers who can be globally challenged in engineering fundamentals – experimental, analytical, computational and designing abilities. The Applied Sciences and Humanities   department consistently upgrades its subject domains by presenting and publishing papers in national and international conferences/journals. This helps them to be updated with the current developments of the field and effectively bring these developments into the classrooms for the augmentation of the subject. Fundamental and core skills of engineering are taught to the students by the faculty members of the Applied Science and Humanities Department which helps them gain a better foothold in their main branches of study. It is due to the persistent efforts of this department that the students of this institute have an edge over those of other institutes. To support the theoretical aspects of the subjects and impart practical knowledge of the same, the department possesses Physics and communication skills laboratories. Apart from this it also has a Language Laboratory to brush up English and communication skills.
 

MISSION – APPLIED SCIENCE & HUMANITIES DEPARTMENT

 

Teaching and promoting implementation of practical aspects of Applied Sciences and Humanities & build a solid foundation as part of the Engineering Education.

To deliver knowledge of the various subjects with the distinctive, integrative skills and abilities such that students attain various skills to formulate, solve and analyze engineering problems and become quality graduate engineers.
To provide quality and value based information in the Mathematics, Basic Sciences and Humanities subjects with a view to strengthen the foundation thus helping the institute to produce quality engineers of various disciplines with competence and proficiency.

LABORATORIES – APPLIED SCIENCE & HUMANITIES DEPARTMENT
 

Physics Laboratory

The genesis of Engineering is embedded in the Pure Sciences and Physics in particular, at institute the department of Science & Humanities provides the facility to carry out hands on experiments in Engineering Physics laboratory to the first and second semester students.
Latest instruments are utilized to perform experiments. Number of experiments range from the beginner’s level of measuring an instrument to the advanced level including all core areas of engineering physics.
All instruments are well maintained at regular intervals of time. The Physics laboratory is dedicated to first level students of all the branches. The lab has various measurement instruments
 

  • Vernier Calipers, Micrometer Screw, A.C./D.C. Multimeter
  • Set up to measure Bandgap of a Diode
  • Characteristics of Semiconductor Diode
  • Hall Effect set up
  • CRO
  • Ultrasonic velocity Measurement
  • Solar Cell
  • Young’s Modulus

Language Laboratory:

A language lab creates a learning environment much more effective than traditional classrooms enhancing the capabilities of students and allowing a high degree of immersion and attention to diversity. A language laboratory encourages the participation and integration of the students in the different exercises and this is reflected, for example, it allows students to do different task as well as activities which is designed by the university and by these activities students will aware about learning English language in a easy way and they will prepared to use language in their daily routine life. In our language lab we use best software for the learners and provide them best practice from the side of facilitators.  In addition, the use of the language lab allows students to have access to the information quickly and easily developing many types of classroom exercises, personalizing the learning process, encouraging creativity, innovation and training. Language laboratories also favor a high degree of skill development, team and collaborative work eliminating socio-temporal barriers since information is not found in a particular and specific place and at the same time, they foster digital literacy responding to new educational and social needs.
 



Bridge Course:

The Bridge Course is aimed to act as a buffer for the new entrants, with an objective to provide adequate time for the transition to hard-core engineering courses.
During this interaction of 4 weeks with the faculty and their classmates, the students will be equipped with the knowledge and the confidence needed to take on bigger challenges as future engineers of this country.
 



N.S.S:

National Service Scheme, popularly known as NSS is an extension dimension to the higher education system to orient the student youth to community service while they are studying in educational institutions, under the aegis of Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports. Before its genesis, a draft outline of the NSS was placed before the Education Minister’s conference in 1959. National Service Scheme was launched on 24 September, 1969 by the then Education Minister Dr. V.K. R.V. Rao in 37 universities covering all states.
The motto or watchword of the National Service Scheme is “NOT ME BUT YOU“.
The NSS day is observed on 24th September every year.
N.S.S Activities:

 


 

Classroom

A classroom is a learning space, a room in which both children and adults learn. Classrooms are found in educational institutions of all kinds, from preschools to universities, and may also be found in other places where education or training is provided.
 

Engineering Economics and Management

Economics isn't just about supply and demand and taxes. Economics means making good decisions based on al pros and cons. And engineer needs economics because they might also own a home, buy a refrigerator, or invest in the stock market someday. An introductory knowledge of economics makes for a well-rounded human being. Engineers are not only Engineers they are potential managers and running huge corporations, fundamental knowledge of Economics will help.
The Combination of economics and engineering is one that is crucial to the success of engineers in the 21st century; the interdisciplinary nature of the topic offers key insight into the underlying mechanisms that drive daily business operations. Engineering economics is an integral component to many engineering curricula across the country, covering a wide variety of topics including the time value of money, cost analysis, interest rates, economic fluctuations, depreciation, and everything in-between. Furthermore, it has been noted by renowned engineer John Hayford9 that engineering and economics “help to develop the very valuable habit of thinking in terms of groups rather than of individuals.” By understanding and implementing the outcomes, framework, and tools for actively teaching engineering economics, future engineers can continue evolving as problem solvers and innovators.

Mathematics

Mathematics is very important in developing models and equation in engineering. Mathematics is one tool in taking engineering to the edge of economic and technical performance. Engineering without mathematics is craft. Engineering is the profession in which a knowledge of the mathematical science is applied with judgement to develop ways to utilize, economically forces of nature for the benefit of mankind. Mathematics is useful for decision making processes and manufacturing group needs to determine the best alternative to solve a problem. In engineering mathematics is the tool that makes phenomena understandable and predictable. To develop mathematical thinking and applying it to solve complex engineering problems, designing mathematical modeling for system involving global level technology.

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