Department Of Applied Science & Humanities


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


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.


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.

Salient Features

1. Mentoring:
Department helps students to achieve academic excellence. The students coming for engineering are from varied backgrounds. They are naive and require psychological counseling to meet the competitive requirements of professional course. The teacher mentor provides individual attention and also visits their homes to understand the socio-economic background of the students and help them to achieve excellence.

2. Teaching Learning Process:
Department offers multilayered and systematic learning in Applied Science, Humanities and Engineering. Innovative pedagogic techniques like Peer Learning, Flipped Classroom, etc. are practiced. Special conditioning and counseling for slow learners and certification programs for advanced learners are organized. Advanced learners are encouraged to create online lectures on advanced topics which are uploaded on college YouTube Channel.

3. Academic Excellence:
Innovative teaching learning process augmented by efficient mentoring results in conducive environment for academics. This is evident from the consistent and excellent university results.

4. Skill Development:
World class engineers needs to be equipped with cutting-edge technology. Hence, it is a practice that skill training must begin at the entry level along with the regular academics. In accordance with this, department offers programs like Basic Engineering Skill Training (BEST), RACHNA & YUKTI to develop basic engineering skills, inculcate creativity and develop scientific approach amongst students.


Greetings! On behalf of the faculty members, and staff of the Department of Applied Science and Humanities, Jhulelal Institute of Technology, I welcome you all to the foundation of Engineering Sciences & Humanities creative world.The department is committed to impart quality teaching and provide a favorable environment for academics. It aims to provide contemporary skill sets, technical skills, and interdisciplinary knowledge, professional & social ethics.

The department has well-qualified and dedicated faculty as per the norms of AICTE/RTMNU to cater the academic needs of the students.

The department has a distinguished record in teaching, as many of the faculty members have been conferred with prestigious awards at national and international levels. Several faculty members serve on the editorial boards of national and international journals, as office bearers in boards and associations. The teachers play a pivotal role as mentor and counsel the students towards enriching them to enhance and excel with good academic performance. Students here are motivated and exposed to outreach activities, technical participations. Students here are nurtured in a way to improve their ethical values.
The department also organizes conferences, workshops, FDPs and training programs for up gradation of staff and students.

Course & Intake


S. No. Branches Offered Branch Code Intake 1st year
1 B.E in Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) 413924210 120
2 B.E in Mechanical Engineering (ME) 413961210 60
3 B.E in Electrical Engineering (EE) 413929310 60
4 B.E in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering (ETC) 413937210 60
5 B.E in Electronics Engineering (EN) 413937610 30

Why Engineering from JIT?

1. An Engineering course can offer diverse career options. After completion of the Bachelor Degree either M.TECH or MBA can be pursued.
2. Engineers have been responsible for the tremendous innovations and discoveries since time immemorial. Since engineering involves concepts and reasoning, it can be a great choice for creative person.
3. JIT provides quality education, serene and peaceful environment which augments academic excellence. The university toppers & college toppers are given cash prizes for which budget of 15 lakhs are allocated.
4. It has state of art infrastructures with well equipped labs, well maintained library, and a play ground with all outdoor sports facilities. Gym, Music Room, and Indoor Games facilities are also available.
5. It provides excellent placement opportunities in dream companies like Persistent, Triveni Turbine, Tata Aerospace, Infocepts etc. The highest package offered is 10 LPA by Byjus.
6. JIT incubation Centre nurtures students to become Entrepreneur which has seed fund of 5 lakhs.
7. The students execute programs like Jallosh (Cultural Event), Shikhar (Technical Event), Ganesh Utsav, etc. in collaboration with SRC, which enhances their Managerial skills, Leadership quality and improves their wisdom.


Staff Achievement________________________________

Book Publications

Name of Faculty Title of Book Publication Year of Publication ISBN
Dr. Debashis Bhowmick A Textbook of Applied Physics Das Ganu Prakashan, Nagpur (India) 2021 978-93-84336-59-2
Dr. Indrani Das Sarma Energy and Environment Das Ganu Prakashan, Nagpur (India) 2021 978-93-84336-66-0
Dr. Gaurav Bhosekar Energy and Environment Alliance & Co (India) 2021 978-81-95177-21-9

Books by FY Department

Faculty Achievements-
1. Dr. Debashis Bhowmick has been appointed Chairman, Board of Studies Applied Science and Humanities, Faculty of Science & Technology, RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur.
2. Dr. Debashis Bhowmick and Dr. Indrani Das Sarma were appointed as Resource Persons in UGC-MHRD program of NRC at RTM Nagpur University for ANNUAL REFRESHER PROGRAM IN TEACHING (ARPIT) on SWAYAM MOOC Platform of Government of India.
3. Dr. Gaurav Bhosekar has filed patent on ZERO WASTE GARBAGE BAG.
4. Mrs. Prachiti Lohe received Doctoral Degree in Physics from RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur
Departmental Achievement
1. Department has its own YouTube channel to document and preserve main events of the year and for storing e-learning resources.
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2. Department has bagged grant of 9 lakhs 75 thousands for DST Inspire Internship Science Camp from Department of Science & Technology Govt. of India New Delhi. (Ref. no.DST/lNSPIRE/01/2016/000901) during 16th – 20th January 2017.
Department has bagged grant of 3 lakhs for skill development from Diamond Charitable Trust.

Students Achievement____________________________________

University Toppers Academic Year 2019-120

Achievements in Sports & Co-curricular Activity

S. No Student’s Name Sem Name of event Organized by Level Rank
1 Salil Deogade Sem-I Chess Competition (Men) RTMNU 1st
2 Salil Deogade Sem-I Chess Competition (Men) Khasdar Krida Mahotsav 2020 1st
3 Anushka Kohale Sem-I Chess Competition (Women) RTMNU 1st
4 Ashwini Rangari & Kashish Gidwani Sem-II Technotsav SB Jain Institute of Technology 3rd
5 Aman Gadpale Sem-I Mayor Innovation 2019 Selected in top 200 projects
6 Jayesh Khushlani Sem-I Mayor Innovation 2019 Selected in top 200 projects
7 Ashwini Rangari & Kashish Gidwani Sem-II Avishkar RTMNU & Bhiwapur Mahavidyalay Qualified Selection Trials
8 Sudhanshu Suryavanshi Sem-II RTMNU Canoeing & Kayaking (Men) RTMNU Inter-university Participation

Ronak Lalwani (B.E. First Year) received R V Deshpande Gold Medal at the hands of CJI of India, for securing the highest marks in Mathematics in BE Sem-I & II in RTM Nagpur University Examination of the AY 2018-19 at RTMNU Convocation


Our Meritorious Engineers (AY 2019-20)

Faculty Profile

List of Faculties 2020-21

S. No. Name of the faculty Academic Designation
1 Dr. Debashis S. Bhowmick HOD, Professor
2 Dr. Indrani B. Das Sarma Associate Professor
3 Prof. Gulshan O. Makkad Assistant Professor
4 Prof. Pallavi Y.Gajbhiye Assistant Professor
5 Dr. Gaurav V.Bhosekar Assistant Professor
6 Prof. Shraddha R. Joshi Assistant Professor
7 Dr. Prachiti P. Lohe Assistant Professor
8 Prof. Gaurav C. Gurbani Assistant Professor
9 Prof. Biswajit B.Saha Assistant Professor
10 Prof. Ashwini D.Dharkar Assistant Professor
11 Prof. Pramod V, Pampatwar Assistant Professor
12 Prof. Archana P. Sahasrabhojanee Assistant Professor
13 Prof. Akshay A.Borgaonkar Assistant Professor
14 Prof. Manvi A.Andani Assistant Professor
15 Prof. Roshni N. Chawla Assistant Professor
16 Prof. Sagar C.Balani Assistant Professor
17 Prof. Poonam D.Nipane Assistant Professor
18 Prof. Indira V. Shah Assistant Professor
Students Activities

Students Activities

BRANCH:APPLIED SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES                                                       SEMESTER: I
Course Name Course Outcome Blooms Level
BASICS OF CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CO1 Identify areas available to pursue and specialize within the overall field of Civil Engineering 1
CO2 Exploration of the various possibilities of career in this field 1
CO3  Identify monuments, heritage structures, nationally important infrastructure. Highlighting possibilities for taking up entrepreneurial activities 1
CO4 Discuss several manufacturing process and identify suitable process. Explain various types of mechanism and its applicaton 1
CO5 Describe and compare the conversion of energy from renewable and non-renewable form 1,2
CO6  List down the types of road vehicles and their specification. Illustrate basics parts and transmission system of road vehicles. 1
BRANCH:APPLIED SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES                                                       SEMESTER: I
Applied Mathematics-I CO1 Apply the concept of maxima, minima and successive differentiation in the analysis of engineering problems. 3
CO2 Understand the significance of derivatives of functions of several variables and use it to find series approximation to the function of two variables, extreme values of the function and functional relationship 2,3
CO3 Apply the concept of matrices for analysis of system of linear equations, finding linear and orthogonal transformations. 3
CO4 Solve ordinary differential equations using elementary techniques and apply it to formulate mathematical models for simple electrical circuits. 3
CO5 Solve higher order differential equations by using various techniques 3
CO6 Apply the concept to solve problems in engineering field. 3
Applied Science & Humanities                                                                                SEMESTER:I
Energy & Environment CO1 Obtain the knowledge of solid and gaseous fuels and their Calorific value determination. 4,5
CO2 Recognize the type of liquid fuels and their uses in IC engine. 2
CO3 Apply the knowledge about the use alternative source of energy. 3,4
CO4 Differentiate the types of waste and its management. 2,3
CO5 Analyse the impact of industrial pollution and its control. 4
CO6 Develop innovative ideas for use of advanced material in sustainable development. 6
Applied Physics CO1 Apply concepts in interference and diffraction to solve relevant numerical problems and to relate to relevant engineering applications 1,2,3,4
CO2 Recall basic concepts of dual natureof matter and radiation and apply them to interpret Compton effect and Davission and Germer experiment and to solve related numerical problems 1,2,3,4
CO3 Find how to extend the basic concepts to interpret the wave functionΨ and to relate them to the idea of wave packet and Schrodinger equation. 1,2,3,4
CO4 Recall basic concepts of crystal structure and apply them in solving numerical problems  based on them and in relating applications for determination of crystal structure. 1,2,3
CO5 Relate the basic idea of total internal reflectionto the propogation of light in an optical fibre and make use of the fibre concepts to solve numerical problems and relate in applications in engineering. 1,2,5
CO6 Find how to extend the basic concepts of motion of charged particlesin electric magnetic fields to solve numerical problems and to relate applications in electron optic devices and CRO. 1,2,4,5
Communication skills CO1 Students will be able to overcome barriers of communication 1,2,3,4
CO2 Students will acquire public speaking skills and handle group situations proffessionaly. 3,6
CO3 Students will be able to comprehend passage and compose paragraphs. 4,5
CO4 Students will be able to constuct error free and meaningful sentences in English. 2,3,6
BRANCH:APPLIED SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES                                                       SEMESTER: II
ENGINEERING MECHANICS CO1 find effect of the force on the body 1
CO2 Analyse the effect of a system of forces on a given body with the concept of equillibrium & free body diagram 3
CO3 Calcuate the CG and Moment of Inertia of the Plane Lamina 3
CO4 Solve problems related to Virtual Work Principal 3
CO5 Solve Problem of connected bodies by work energy and D Alemberts Principle 3
CO6 Solve Problem based on impulse Momentum and Impact 3
BRANCH:APPLIED SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES                                                       SEMESTER: II
Applied Mathematics-II CO1 Apply the concept of Beta and Gamma Functions to solve improper integrals 3
CO2 Construct the plane curve and determine the length of curve, area, volume and surface area. 6
CO3 Apply concept of double and triple integrals of different coordinate systems to measure area, mass, volume and center of gravity. 3
CO4 Apply concept of Vector algebra and calculus to resolve the components of vectors in various directions and find directional derivatives. Apply concept of line integral to solve engineering problems. 2,3
CO5 Analyze the correlation between the variables. Apply method of least square to find the curve of best fit for the given data and solve statistical problems using computational tools. 3,4
CO6 Solve problems of interpolation of unequal intervals of arguments and find analytical solutions to difference equations. 2,3
Applied Chemistry CO1 Rationalisation the periodic property and analyse the microscopic chemistry in terms of atomic and molecular orbital. 3,4
CO2 Rationalisation bulk properties and processes using thermodynamic process. 3,4
CO3 Understand the causes of corrosion, its consequences and method to minimise corrosion. 2
CO4 Distinguish the range of electromagnetic spectrum used for exciting different molecular energy levels in various spectroscopic techniques. 1,2
CO5 Applying the principles of green chemistry in designing alternative reaction methodologies to minimise hazardous and environmental degradation 3
CO6 Know about treatment of water and its application in industry 2
Advanced Engineering Materials CO1 Apply the basic concepts of electrical conductivity and band theory to classify solids into conductors, semiconductors and insulators. 1,2,3,4
CO2 Recall basic concepts of  semiconductor physics and relate them to devices such asdiodes and transistors and their applications in engineering. 1,2,3,4
CO3 Recall basic conceptsin magnetism and makeuse of them to classify magnetic materials in different types and to relate to their engineering applications. 1,2,4
CO4 Relate basic ideas of electrical conduction and magnetism to superconductors and apply them to classify superconductors in different types. 1,2,3,4
CO5 Find how to extend the basic concepts of quantum transitionsto explain the characteristics, working and applications of different lasers and to solve relevant numerical problems 1,2,3,5
CO6 Make use of quantum concepts to explain the properties and applications of different nanomaterials. 1,2,4,6
Ethical Science CO1 Students will be able to understand Indian Culture 1,2,3,4
CO2 To give insight about Current Industrial Sinario 3,6
CO3 To understand and analyze contemporary environmental issues 4,5
CO4 to develop well aware, good citizens of India 2,3,6
CO5 to understand and analyze contemporary social issues 1,2,3
Industrial Visit

Industrial Visits

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On completion of Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical, Graduates will be able to

1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions
5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

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. further, parents can meet the faculties during college time to discuss the problems of the students. moreover, parents and students can put their suggestions in the suggestion box.