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Science & Humanities

DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW

The Department of Science & Humanities, established in 2013, caters to the basic foundation courses such as Engineering Mathematics, Engineering Physics, Engineering Chemistry, Communicative English and General Engineering Subjects, as a baseline for any engineering stream. The department has well-established laboratories to accommodate a batch of students at a time.

The Department of Science & Humanities has highly qualified and dedicated faculty members with specialization in various disciplines. As a result, the department enjoys the privilege of being one of the leading departments in the Institution. The faculty members of the department also participate in various national and international conferences frequently to update and enhance their knowledge to serve the social and student community.

OUR VISION

To establish an outstanding department for offering knowledge with the basics of Science & Humanities in order to enrich the potential of students in Engineering, Technology and Management with Quality Education.

OUR MISSION

To produce academic excellence so as to make the students to handle challenges in their aptitude and soft skills and to fulfill the expectation of the organization they join, with moral values and social ethics.

ASSOCIATION & CLUBS

Name of the Association & the Club

SCIENCE PEDIA

Science and Humanities is one of the branches which deals with the heritage and question of what makes us human. It has a deep connection with law, mathematics, physics, chemistry, history, language and philosophy. In this logo, we mention the mathematical symbol, Bohr atom model, equations and Science-Pedia. The word Science-Pedia denotes that no one can acquire knowledge without the interlinked parts of Science and Humanities.