Department of Applied Sciences & Humanities

Department of Applied Sciences & Humanities

  • Started
    2001
  • Intake
    0

Names of Programmes / Courses offered: UG :

Program of study Description
Electronics And Telecommunication 120
Computer Engineering 180
Data Science 60
Electrical Engineering 60
Civil Engineering 60
Mechanical Engineering 120
Total 600

Salient Features of Department :

Strengths:

  • Local Guardian system for close correspondence with students and parents.
  • Continuous assessment system to map and enhance students’ academic progress.
  • Capable team of staff for pre and post counseling for technical education.
  • Equipped with resources to make use of ICT in teaching and learning.

Weakness:

  • Located in a rural area.
  • Less industrial exposure and placement.
  • Faculty is bound to the first year department only.
  • Lack of opportunity to teach and guide higher classes.

Opportunities:

  • Industry – Institute Interaction.
  • To receive young minds at the threshold of technical education.
  • Inspiration to the students by giving inputs of basic sciences.

Challenge:

  • Challenge to eradicate inferiority complex among students as they belong to rural areas.
  • Challenge to deal with differences among parents regarding technical education and their ward’s career.
  • Challenge to empower faculty in research and knowledge upgrading activities due to time constraint.

Future Plans:

  • To have experimental as well as motivational learning for students.
  • To have frequent awareness activities for parents.
  • To have more faculty for Ph. D.
  • To organize more workshops and seminars for teachers and students at the departmental level.

Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning:

  • Project based learning activity: By giving small minor projects to students to enhance their practical knowledge.
  • Toppers monitoring activity: Discussion is made with topper students and solve their queries to optimize the university results and ranks.
  • Remedial teaching: It is conducted for improvement of slow learner students which are not performing well in internal sessional examination.
  • Think-pair-share activity: It is an interactive session conducted for several subjects in the class.
  • High speed internet.
  • Tutorial methods: It is adopted for diagrammatic, mathematical subjects.
  • Videos of eminent personalities from various fields are downloaded and shown to the students.
  • College has a Virtual classroom facility to listen to lectures delivered by the various resource persons.
  • Special skill enhancement for practical skills by allowing students to do experiments individually.
  • Students are also acquainted with open courseware which is available on the Institutional website.
  • College has a Virtual classroom facility to listen to lectures delivered by the various resource persons.
  • Special skill enhancement for practical skills by allowing students to do experiments individually.

Infrastructure of the Department :

Class rooms with ICT facility :

The 8 Class rooms with ICT facility: All classrooms are provided with internet facility. All class rooms are spacious and well equipped with necessary infrastructure (LCD projectors, Audio/video aids with internet etc.) making it conductive to teaching and learning.

Laboratories :

Adequate numbers of laboratories are available in the department as per AICTE norms, such as Engineering physics lab, Engineering chemistry lab and language lab.

Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):- Semester

Number of teaching posts

Sanctioned Filled
Professor 02 01
Associate Professor 05 04
Assistant Professor 18 25

Student-Teacher Ratio (programme wise):- 1:20

Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt./ Ph.D./MPhil/PG.:-30

Qualification of Staff Number
Ph.D. 03
PG 27
UG -

Vision :

Committed to dynamically integrate the components of sciences, humanities, and Engineering to groom the students to become globally acknowledged professionals.

Mission :

To widen intellectual perspective and enhance entrepreneurship qualities.

  • To develop technical and communicative skills to make the student's industry ready.
  • To inculcate ethical values and promote social responsibility through an innovative learning process in basic sciences and humanities.
  • To provide students with soft skills and behavioural training programs for overall self and social consciousness.