Department Of Applied Science & Humanities

Overview

electronicsThe Department of Applied Sciences and Humanities teaches and promotes practical aspects of Applied Sciences and Humanities to build a solid foundation as part of the Engineering Education. The department prepares students for core engineering branches by educating them in the advanced and applied version of basic sciences like Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in the first year. Ethical Science is a subject that strengthen the civic sense and ethics of the students. Some Basic Engineering subjects like “Basic Civil and Electrical engineering” builds up the elementary understanding and inclined the students towards developiung engineering mindset.Mathematics is indispensable for the engineering community. Students use mathematics to understand and solve engineering problems. “Mathemagic”, the Quiz program is held every year by the department.Physics is crucial to the understanding of the world around us. Physics encompasses the study of the universe from the largest galaxies to the smallest subatomic particles. Physics is the basis of many engineering courses. The department of physics offers Engineering Physics courses to all engineering programs in semester 1 and 2.Like Physics, many of engineering subjects depends on chemistry. The faculty members for chemistry are committed to the students and to research. The Chemistry Department is well equipped with all necessary facilities.The teaching staff of the department have published many papers on Physics & chemistry in national and international journals.The English Communication skills laboratory is an integral part of the department. Students receive training in written and verbal communication essential to succeed in the work place.

Vision & Mission

Vision

Prepare and upgrade the students to build a strong foundation so as to apply the theoretical knowledge to practical applications. This will help us to create thorough professionals serving as a valuable resource for industry.

Mission

To create an ambience in which innovative ideas and creativity is included in the students promoting research, scholarship through which leaders of tomorrow shall emerge.

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Faculty Profile

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Faculty Publications
  • Faculty Publications

List of Publication
S. No. Name of Faculty Department Title of Paper Details of Journal (vol, issue, page no, year of publication)
Gaurav Bhosekar, Inke Jeß, Nicolai Lehnert and Christian Näther FE Synthesis, Crystal Structure and Thermal Reactivity of [ZnX2(2-chloropyrazine)] (X = Cl, Br, I) Coordination Compounds Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 4,
2008,
605-611
2008
 2 Gaurav Bhosekar, Jan Boeckmann, Inke Jeß and Christian Näther FE Synthesis, Crystal Structures and Thermal Properties of New Zinc(II) Thiocyanato Coordination Compounds Z. Anorg. Allg. Chem., 636,
2010, 2595-2601.
2010
3 Indrani B. Das Sarma Chemistry Santilli’s New Fuels as Sources of Clean Combustion 11th International Conference on Numerical Analysis & Applied Mathematics (ICNAAM 2013) at Rhodes, Greece September 23-26, 2013
AIP Conference Proceedings 1558, 680 October (2013);
https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4825583 (citation:5)
2013
4 N.H. Pathode, D.V. Parwate and I. Das Sarma Separation of Zn(II) and Cd(II) ions from Synthetic Waste Water by Adsorption on Activated Carbon Derived from Tridax procumbens  Analytical Chemistry Letters, vol. 4 (2), June 2014, pp. 113-122. 2014
5 V. M. Tangde, I. B. Das Sarma and S. G. Rawat A Review of Hadronic Chemistry and its Application in the Development of New Magnecular Fuel International Journal of Researches in Biosciences, Agriculture and Technology; vol. 1 (2); January 2014, pp. 1231-1242 2014
6 Indrani B. Das Sarma Chemistry Hadronic Nuclear Energy: An Approach Towards Green Energy 12th International Conference on Numerical Analysis & Applied Mathematics (ICNAAM 2014) held at Rhodes, Greece during September 22-28, 2014
AIP Conference Proceedings 1648, 510008 March (2015)
2014
7 Indrani B. Das Sarma Hadronic Nuclear Energy: An Approach Towards Green Energy American Journal of Modern Physics, vol. 5(2-1), March 2016, pp. 119-130 2016
8 N. N. Sarkar, K. G. Rewatkar, V.M Nanoti, N.T Tayade, D. S Bhowmick Structural and Magnetic Study of Zr4+ Substituted Magnesium Ferrite Nano-particles Journal of Physical Sciences, Vol. 22, December 2017, 107-113 2017
9 Anoop P. Fartode, D. V. Parwate, Indrani Das Sarma Chemistry Gamma Radiolytic Remediation of Aqueous Solutions of Malachite Green Dye International Conference on Science and Engineering for Sustainable Development (ICSESD-2017) held at Jhulelal Institute of Technology, Nagpur on May 27, 2017
International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science; Special Issue-1, 2017; pg: 15 https://dx.doi.org/10.24001/icsesd2017.1
2017
10 I. B. Das Sarma, A. P. Sahasrabhojanee Chemistry Nuclear Power in India: Viability of Thorium  fuel utilization International Conference on Science and Engineering for Sustainable Development (ICSESD-2017) held at Jhulelal Institute of Technology, Nagpur on May 27, 2017
nternational Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science; Special Issue-1, 2017; pg: 110 https://dx.doi.org/10.24001/icsesd2017.22
2017
11 Donadkar D.K, Gour K., Rahangdale P.K and Asia S. J. Chemistry Physico-Chemical Assessment of Surface Water Samples in and around Desaiganj (Marashtra, India) International Conference on Science and Engineering for Sustainable Development (ICSESD-2017) held at Jhulelal Institute of Technology, Nagpur on May 27, 2017
International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science; Special Issue-3, 2017; pg: 17 https://dx.doi.org/10.24001/ijaems.icsesd2017.108
2017
12 Naina Jagyasi, Vinod Asudani Humanities Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s Palace of Illusions : A feminist perspective International Conference on Science and Engineering for Sustainable Development (ICSESD-2017) held at Jhulelal Institute of Technology, Nagpur on May 27, 2017 2017
13 N.N. Sarkar, K.G. Rewatkar, V.M. Nanoti and D.S. Bhowmick Effect of Zr4+ doping on curie temperature, structural and magnetic properties of Mg-Cr nano-ferrite Indian Journal of Scientific Research,   Vol.8 (2), January 2018, pp. 109-115 2018
14 D S Bhowmick Physics Temperature and concentration dependent magnetic behaviour of Zinc substituted Barium hexaferrites International Conference on Emanations in Mordern Engineering Science & Management (ICEMESM-2018) 2018
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    CO’s

    SEMESTER I

    Sr.No. Subject Code CO Mapped PO
    1.  

    BESI-1T

     

    1. Find higher order derivatives and use them to find series approximation to the function of one variable, curvature & radius of curvature. PO1,2,3,4,5,6,7,12
    2. 2. Evaluate limits which are having indeterminate forms.
    3. 3. Find partial derivatives and use them to find extreme values of the functions of two variables and series approximation of the function of two variables.
    4. 4. Find analytical solutions of ordinary differential equations.
    5. 5. Obtain mathematical model of simple electrical circuits and mechanical systems.
    6. 6. Find the complex roots using De Moivre’s theorem.
    7.   7. Test the consistency of the system of non- homogeneous equations and also find non-trivial solution of homogeneous systems.
       
    8. BESI-2T 1. Understand and explain the differences between classical and quantum theory .Also understand Compton effect (Particle nature)  & de Broglie theory (wave nature of moving particles). (BL2,3) PO1,2,3,4,5,6,7,12
    9. 2. Understand the concept of wave packet & Heisenberg uncertainty principle .Also they can apply the Schrödinger’s wave equations to find the energy of particle confined to move in a one dimensional  region. (BL1, 2)
    10. 3. Analyse cubic Crystal structure system and can draw the planes using given Miller indices. Also understand how to determine the crystal structure using X-Ray diffraction technique.
    11. 4. Understand the concept of band gap in semiconductor .Also describe the characteristics & working of semiconductor devices like P-N junction diode, Zener diode, Transistors.
         
    12. BESI-3T 1. Compare hard and soft water; solve the related numerical problems on water purification and its significance in industry and daily life. (Bloom’s Level: 2, 3) PO1,2,3,4,5,6,7,12
    13. 2.List the causes of corrosion, its consequences and explain the methods to minimize corrosion to improve industrial designs. (Bloom’s Level: 1, 2)
    14. 3.Recall various manufacturing processes, types and properties of cement and predict their probable uses (Bloom’s Level: 1)
    15. 4.Define the concept of carbon credit and its importance in minimizing global warming. (Bloom’s Level: 1)
    16. 5.List the principles of green chemistry in designing alternative reaction methodologies to minimize hazards and  illustrate its use in reducing environmental degradation. (Bloom’s Level: 1, 2)
    17. 6.Recall various types of batteries and explain its construction, working as well as application. (Bloom’s Level: 1, 2)
         
    18. BESI- 4T 1.To Relate fundamental Concepts of Electrical circuits and can solve circuit related problems PO-1,2,3,5,9
    19. 2.Recall and State ideas about magnetic circuits to make use of it.
    20. 3.To explain the fundamentals of AC circuits and to identify problems defining resonance circuits.
    21. 4.To Develop concepts about transformer which shows knowledge of Electric, Magnetic & AC Circuits
     

     

     

     
    22. BESI-5T 1.Define the role of civil engineer in the development of the society and explain relationship of civil engineering with other branches of engineering and technology.2.Discuss types of buildings and select materials of construction. PO1,2,3,4,5,6,7,11,12
    23. 2.Discuss types of buildings and select materials of construction.
    24. 3.Explain the elements of water supply such as dam, canal and elements of transportation structures.
    25. 4.Measure heights, distances and angles on ground using basic surveying instruments and plot them on paper.
    26. 5.Explain the advantages of advances in civil engineering like remote sensing techniques, GIS and GPS
         
    27.   1.To know and understand the convertions and the method of engineering drawing. PO1,2,3,4,5,6,7,12
    28.   2.Interpret engineering drawing using fundamental technical mathematics.
    29. BESI-6T 3.Construct basic and intermediate geometry.
    30.   4.To improve their visualization skills so that they can apply these skills in developing new products.
    31.   5.To improve their technical communication skill in the form of communicative drawings.
    32.   6.Comprehend the theory of projection.
       

    SEMESTER II

    Sr.No. Subject Code CO Mapped PO
    1.  

    BESII-1T

     

    1.Evaluate Improper Integrals. PO1,2,3,4,5,6,7,12
    2. 2.Trace the curves and apply the skills of evaluating improper integrals for finding length of curve, area, volume and surface area.
    3. Evaluate multiple integrals and find Area, Volume using multiple integrals.
    4. 3.Apply the concepts of vector algebra and resolve the components of vectors in different directions and apply relations between single integral, double integral and triple integrals.
    5. 4.Fit the curve to the given data ( Liner, Parabolic exponential data base model ) and find regression lines and analyze the correlation in the variables.
    6. 5.Solve problems of interpolation for unequal intervals of arguments and find analytical solutions of difference equations.
           
    7 BESII-2T 1.To Understand the designing of Laser and its advanced applications. Also understand the concept of interference experimentally and describe the applications of interference .(BLT 1,2) PO1,2,3,4,5,6,7,12
    8. 2. To understand the trajectories of charge particles subjected to electric field, magnetic field and both fields applied simultaneously. Also apply the theory to determine e/m ratio. (BLT 1,2)
    9. 3. To understand and apply the concept of non uniform electric field to study CRO. Also understand the applications of electric and magnetic field in working of devices like Cyclotron and Bainbridge Mass Spectrometer. (BLT 1,2)
    10. 4. Understand the classification of Optical fibres and advanced applications. Also understand the synthesis of nanomaterials and impact of nanotechnology on society. (BLT 1,2)
       
    11. BESII-3T 1. Define calorific value and classify various energy sources.

    (Bloom’s Level: 2, 3)

    PO 1,2,3,5,6,7,12
    12. 2.Compare chemical composition of petrol and diesel.

    (Bloom’s Level: 1, 2)

    13. 3.Apply the concept of stoichiometry for combustion calculations.

    (Bloom’s Level: 1)

    14. 4.Outline the properties of lubricants and identify its applications.

    (Bloom’s Level: 1)

    15. 5.Choose the properties and applications of various materials.

    (Bloom’s Level: 1, 2)

    16. 6.Compare the various types of carbon nano-tubes and list its applications.
          PO 1,2,3,5,6,7,11,12
    17. BESII-4T 1.Solve for resultants & moments of any force systems and determine equivalents force systems.
    18. 2.Determine the internal forces in plane trusses and beams.
    19. 3.Solve the mechanics problems associated with frictional forces.
    20. 4.Obtain the centroid,first moment and second moment of an area.
    21. 5.Descibe the motion of particle in terms of its position,velocity and acceleration in different frames of reference.
      Apply work,energy,impulse and momentum relationships for particle in motion.
      BESII-5T 1.To explain the basic knowledge of generation, transmission and distribution system to define electrical power system. PO-1,2,6,7,12
      2.To relate concept of generator & motor for DC machines which helpful to solve the numerical.
      3.Apply the basic knowledge for calculating domestic electric bill & explain principal of illumination.
      4.Define the concept of electromagnetic induction & compare various types of induction motors, make use of concepts for problem solving.

    Key Features

    • Mentoring : To every 20 students we provide one faculty as a mentor to solve the problems of the students & to improve their academic performance.
    • Remedial classes : For the weak students we arranged the remedial classes to develop the confidence and to imrove their performance.
    • Technical Events : ”RACHANA“, The Bridge making competition,”MATHEMAGIC”,The Mathematical Quiz competition,Technical Paper & Poster competitions are the different technical events arranged by the department to apply the knowledge & to develop the confidence in them.
    • Visits : Visits to CRPF , Biscuit factory,Koradi power station etc. are arranged for First year students to gain the technical knowledge and to learn the professional ethics.
    • Class Tests : Time table for class tests is set for the regular preparation for the university exams.Question Bank of all the subjects is provided to the students.
    • Parent’s Teacher Meet : PTM is held twice in a year.Also Parents can meet the faculties during college time to discuss the problems of the students. Also Parents and Students can put their suggestions in the suggestion box.

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    PO’s, PEO’s & PSO’s

    Program Outcome (PO’s)

    On completion of Bachelor of Engineering First Year, Graduates will be able to

    1.An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs with appropriate considerations such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety.

    2.An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering fundamentals

    3.An ability to identify, formulate and solve complex engineering problems

    4.An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.

    5.An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering & computational tools necessary for engineering practice

    6.The broad education necessary to understand the impact of contextual knowledge on social, health, safety, legal and cultural issues.

    7.An ability to understand contemporary issues related to social & environmental context for sustainable development of engineering solutions.

    8.An understanding of professional & ethical responsibility.

    9.An ability to function effectively as an individual, as a member or leader in diverse & multidisciplinary teams.

    10.An ability to communicate effectively.

    11.An understanding of engineering & management principles to manage projects.

    12.A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in lifelong learning

    Program Educational Objectives (PEO’s)

    After First Year will

    I. Have ability to analyze the software requirements, understand the technical specifications, design and provide novel engineering solutions and efficient products.

    II. Have professional skills that secures them employment and have life-long learning attitude to adapt to the ever-changing professional environment.

    III. Have good communication skills to bridge the gap between advanced technology and end users in use of software and hardware products.

    Program Specific Outcome (PSO’s)

    Students of First year will demonstrate :

    PSO1: Students will be able to use professional engineering practices, strategies and tactics for the development, operation and maintenance of software.

    PSO2: Students will have expertise in the areas related to algorithms, system software, data structures, web design and networking for efficient design of software of varying complexity.