|Department Location||Building Third Floor,
Building Third Floor Room No. F 403,E103,E301
|Year of Establishment||2010|
|Head of Department||Prof. Bhosale Sambhaji Hanmantrao|
|Contact - Ph. no.||9423357521|
|Subjects of Dept:||Engg.Chemistry, Engg.Mathematics, Engg.Physics ,
Communication Skill, Professional Skill & Professional Ethics
Intake: 60 FE, Per Branch + 5% TFWS Seats
|Total number of Classrooms||03|
|Total number of Laboratories||03|
|Number of Professor||00|
|Number of Associate Professor||00|
|Number of Asst. Professor||04|
|Supporting Technical staff||02|
|Supporting Non Technical staff||02|
The Department is multi-disciplinary in nature with faculty from diverse disciplines such as Engineering Chemistry, Engineering Maths, Applied Physics, and Communication Skills. The curriculum is in tune with the rapid advancements in the respective domains and makes education unique. Department provides an encouraging environment to grasp the fundamental concepts of problem solving ability of its students so that they become technocrats of caliber. The Department of Humanities plays a unique and distinctive role in an Institute where the ethos of science and Technology prevails. It is believed that Engineers and science are by their very nature, humanistic and socially derived enterprises. Hence a complete science and Technology education must include social and behavioral science, where the students unite applications of scientific principles along with human, moral and social understanding.
A good background in mathematics is likely to be an excellent basis for success in an engineering program. In electrical engineering physics has valuable importance, besides mathematics and English. In other fields such as chemical engineering and environmental engineering chemistry may be even more important than physics. For biomedical engineering, biology and life sciences may be more important.
Good communication skills by themselves, with no analytic basis, are not likely to be sufficient. However, neither would excellent analytical basis will be sufficient if it is not coupled with the ability to communicate well.
Applied science is the way of making almost all tangible technological impacts on society. It is what takes theory, study, and data and turns it into practical, usable items (Software, Computer Hardware, Medical Technology, Physical products etc.)
Applied science is important as it enables science to be more applicable in the real life. Without applied science, great scientific discoveries may be limited as it will only increase human knowledge, which is important but underutilized.
Applied Science takes results of research in the "pure science" like physics and mathematics, and uses them to actually create new technologies; new social processes, new materials and medical treatments, and introduces those new scientific concepts into society and exploits them to our advantage. You don't get trains, planes, or automobiles without Engineers; you don't implement new ways of education or new methods to treat diseases based on research.So that simple fact seems to indicate quite clearly that applied science is EXTREMELY important to almost every pocket of humanity across the Earth.Basic science increases the knowledge base of a field of research while applied science uses that knowledge to solve specific problems.
• The only goal of basic science research is to increase the knowledge base of a particular field of study.
• Applied science uses the knowledge base supplied by basic science to devise solutions, often technological, to specific problems.
• The basic science involved in mapping the human genome is leading to applied science techniques that will diagnose and treat genetic diseases.
Basic science or "pure" science seeks to expand knowledge regardless of the short-term application of that knowledge. It is not focused on developing a product or a service of immediate public or commercial value. The goal of basic science is knowledge for knowledge's sake; though this does not mean that, in the end, it may not result in a practical application.
In contrast, applied science or "technology" aims to use science to solve real-world problems such as improving crop yields, finding a cure for a particular disease, or saving animals threatened by a natural disaster. In applied science, the problem is usually defined for the researcher.
Knowledge in applied science is an important ingredient of every professional course. Department of Applied Science and Humanities offers Applied Sci. & Humanities courses as prescribed by the syllabus of SRTMU, Nanded University for FE program. This Department imparts the knowledge of fundamental sciences and mathematics to students as the backbone of Engg. & Technology is developed by these subjects. It is needed to build a better foundation for the prospective and promising Engineers. The Department is fulfilled by strong academic profile, dedicated and talented faculty members to achieve the organization goals.
The department has all the required labs well equipped with all modern techniques and instruments for smooth conduction of practicals of FE course as per the revised syllabus of SRTMU, Nanded University.
The laboratories are well equipped with required equipment and instruments and computer software’s to perform practicals of FE course as per the revised syllabus of SRTMU, Nanded University.
Sambhaji H. Bhosale
Assistant Professor & Head of Department
Qualification: M.Sc (Org.Chem), M.Phil, B.Ed, LL.B
Dr.Ashwinkumar Shreeram Mundhe|
Qualification: M.A.(English),M.Phil,NET,B.Ed, PhD
Qualification: M.Sc (Maths),B.Ed
S. K. Sayed|
Qualification: M.Tech (Industrial Maths with computer applications)
|Laboratory name||Major Facilities||Lab In charge|
|Engineering Chemistry lab||All as per curriculum &
Scheme of SRTMU, Nanded for FE
|Engineering Physics Lab||All as per curriculum &
Scheme of SRTMU, Nanded for FE
|Language Lab||ETNL Software of English Language
set up of 25 PCs
One server and 24 clients.
Language Lab has ETNL Software of English Language with a set up of 25 PCs including one server and 24 clients. It consists of video clips of1) Modules of phonetic symbols with the examples of words and their pronunciation.