The Department of Applied Sciences and Humanities is continuing from the date of its inception with a mission of imparting teaching and promoting implementation of practical aspects of Applied Sciences and Humanities to build a solid foundation as part of the Engineering Education. The department teaches the subjects of Chemistry, English, Mathematics, Physics and Environment etc. in the B. Tech. programs. There are 7 well qualified and experienced faculty members whose services are available to the department.
Teachers of the department communicate their research output to the known journals in the field and get them published. Dr. Apoorva Dwivedi, [Head (I/C)] have 50 international publications in reputed journals published by Elsevier, springer, Taylor and Francis etc.
A strong high-rise building can be built only on a strong foundation, which signifies the importance of the Department of Applied Sciences. The important objective of the Department is to prepare and train the first year B. Tech students in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Communication skills with an applied approach.
We will apply our unique values to undergraduate program in technology, service, and applied science, preparing individuals to thrive in and contribute to an ever-changing global society.
1. Physics Laboratory
Department has well equipped Physics laboratory for B.Tech students. The Physics experiments are performed by the students in one semester. The experiments based mainly upon Optics, Electricity, Magnetism, Modern Physics and Solid State Physics which are the parts of theory syllabus. Students will be required to perform at least 12 out of 15 experiments in one semester according to UPTU curriculum.
The chemistry laboratory provides the opportunities to the students to learn the practical concepts of Chemistry. The Chemistry experiments are performed by the students in one semester. The experiments based mainly upon organic and inorganic chemistry which are the parts of theory syllabus. Students will be required to perform at least 8 out of 10 experiments in one semester according to UPTU curriculum.