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The Department of Applied Science is a multidisciplinary department and it aims to provide high-quality teaching of basic science subjects to the engineering students. It is functioning with dedicated faculty members who provide individual attention to the students with the goal to develop a strong foundation for their respective future careers by nurturing their analytical abilities and critical logical thinking. The core courses offered are Applied Physics, Applied Chemistry, Applied Mathematics, Communication Skills and Engineering Mechanics. The department provides well equipped laboratory facilities to the students as a part of their curriculum. The department has highly-motivated faculty members with vast research experience from various premier Institutes of India who take endeavour to establish its name in research with world-class and high-impact outputs in the frontiers of Applied Sciences in interdisciplinary areas.


To emerge as a centre of excellence and develop the scientific and technical competence of the students for keeping abreast with the advancement in Science and Technology to meet the demands of industry and research.


  • To inculcate self-motivation among the students, who can find and
    understand the insight
    of the need of the day.

  • To produce best quality professionals with strong conceptual
    knowledge, producing qualitative research and hands-on experience.

  • To enable the students to be technically competent among their peers and serve as ethical software professionals.

  • To facilitate industry interaction exposure for the benefit of

  • To motivate faculties to follow innovative teaching-learning practices & continuously groom themselves with upcoming technologies.

Program Outcome

After the completion of first year B.Tech program students will be able to

  • Apply Science knowledge to analyse and Design Problems

    After the completion of 1st year, students will be able to apply the knowledge of fundamental and applied mathematics, physics and chemistry to the solution of complex scientific/engineering problems. Students will also be able to identify, formulate and analyse scientific/engineering problems to arrive at substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural, and engineering sciences. They will be able to design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components, processes to meet the specifications with consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

  • Modern tool usage

    Students will be able to create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and mathematical modelling to complex scientific/engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

  • Environment, sustainability and Ethics

    Students will be able to understand the impact of the professional scientific/engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts. They will be able to demonstrate the knowledge and need of sustainable development. They will also be able to apply ethical principles as well as commit to professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of the scientific/engineering practice.

  • Functionality

    Students will be able to work effectively as an individual as well as a leader in teams and in multidisciplinary settings, communicate effectively with the scientific/engineering community and with society at large. Students would be able to comprehend and write effective reports and documentation, make impactful presentations, receive and provide clear instructions in the professional world. They will be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, manage projects in multidisciplinary environments. Students would also be able to recognize the need and have ability to engage themselves in independent and life- long learning in the broadest context of technological change.