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About Department

 

Welcome to the Department of Applied Sciences  and Humanities

 

Dr. D. N. Mane

HOD, Applied Sciences and Humanities 

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Chief Coordinator of First-Year B.Tech

 

The Department of  Applied Science and Humanities was formed in  1990.  Dr.  S.  S.  Joshi was the first  Head of the Applied Science and Humanities department.   This department provides a breadth of knowledge in pure and basic sciences like Physics,    Chemistry,    Mathematics, and    English with engineering practices.  Applied Sciences  and  Humanities  subjects are the foundation subject for all disciplines such as     Mechanical,     Chemical,     Civil, Electronics and Telecommunication, and  Computer  Science  &  Engineering for Engineering and Technology.

The vision of the department is to enhance the scientific temperament of the students through the knowledge of core courses of the Applied  Sciences & Humanities.

 

The mission of the Department of   Applied Sciences and Humanities -

  •    To impart quality education in Basic Sciences and Humanities
  •    To provide hands-on training to solve real-life problems
  •    To acquaint students with effective communication skills 
  •    To inculcate ethical and moral values amongst  the students 

 

The department offers an excellent academic environment with a team of highly qualified faculty members to provide the needs of the students and to motivate them to develop their technical skills.

 


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Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs):

 

Department of Applied Sciences and Humanities will enable its graduates to:

 

1. Capable to examine problems by applying and obtaining knowledge and understanding of laws,

     theories, and principles of sciences and mathematic.

 

2. Able to identify problems, design an experiment, process, and interpret the experimental data, and critically analyze and define the conclusion.

 

3. Be proficient to use the fundamental techniques, Basic skills, Science, and modern engineering tools for engineering practice.

 

4. Pursue and succeed in furthering their education as they continue the process of life-long learning.