About the department


Knowledge in basic sciences is an essential ingredient of any professional career. Department of Applied Science aims to fulfil this aim by fostering the fundamental principles and understanding of science that are capable of enhancing the students’ overall learning experience.

The Department was established with a clear motive to equip the engineering students with fundamental concepts of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and enhancing their soft skills and personality, which form the basis of almost all engineering studies. Later on in the year 2018, the department started its own UG programs, BSc (H) in Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry and subsequently started PG programs in 2019. PhD program was also started in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics to produce high quality researchers in several areas of Fundamental and Applied science.

The department has a team of highly acclaimed researchers as the faculty members having broad research areas including but not limited to material science, nanotechnology, applied optics, modeling & simulation, bio-fuels, composite materials, polymers, photo-catalysis, organic synthesis, solar cells, water treatment, optimization, fluid mechanics, image processing, numerical analysis, differential geometry, etc. The department has carried out and completed successfully a large number of research and consultancy projects funded by national (DST, BPCL, IOCL, DST-SERB) and international (ABB) organizations. The department has access to several state-of-the-art student labs and research-grade instruments for performing high-end research. Department is closely working with various international collaborating partners from Germany, Japan, Slovenia, Switzerland, USA, etc. in several research areas of mutual interest. The faculty members of the department have been recognised by various academic bodies within and outside India and have received prestigious awards and fellowships.

Vision

To set a benchmark for sciences education that is intellectually evolutionary so that it has a transformative influence on society through continuous innovation in Education & Research.

Mission

  • Yellow Quotes Provide the foundation for preparing professionally trained and committed individuals by offering holistic training, guidance and support.
  • Yellow Quotes Train students to inculcate problem solving attitude & leadership abilities and hone their communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Yellow Quotes Provide a learning environment to the teachers, staff and students in which they can explore, preserve and transmit the knowledge, wisdom and values to ensure better quality life for all.
  • Yellow Quotes Develop and disseminate scientific and technological knowledge through quality teaching, research, and outreach activities.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

Scientific Knowledge: Explain the theoretical, conceptual, computational and experimental knowledge of science & mathematics to the solution of scientific problems. 

Problem Analysis and Solution: Formulate and analyze scientific approach for solving real-life problems that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the broader understanding of subject. 

Data Analysis and Interpretation:  Demonstrate, analyze & interpret the scientific data to provide the appropriate solution of the problem. 

Research: Investigate experimental, computational or theoretical research problems    from science & mathematics domains independently. 

Modern Tool Usage: Select and apply appropriate techniques/tools effectively including graphical techniques, IT tools, reports and presentations within the scientific environment. 

Environment and Sustainability:  Understand the impact of the scientific solutions in societal and environmental contexts, demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development. 

Teamwork and Ethics: Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings by applying the ethical principles. 

Communication:    Demonstrate    professional    attitude    with    effective communication that support and enhance individual/team performance. 

Scientific Project Handling: Demonstrate knowledge of science & mathematics and its various principles and apply them to handle projects in multidisciplinary environments. 

Life-long Learning: Recognize the need to engage in lifelong learning through continuing education and research. 

Faculty

Dr. Bhawna Yadav Lamba

Dr. Bhawna Yadav Lamba

Department of Chemistry

Biofuels, Polymers

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PROGRAMS

UNDERGRADUATE

PROGRAMS

  • GraduateIcon B-Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry- Polymer Chemistry

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  • GraduateIcon B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry- Industrial Chemistry

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  • GraduateIcon B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics-Computational Physics

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  • GraduateIcon B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics- Astronomy and Astrophysics

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  • GraduateIcon B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics- Data Science

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  • GraduateIcon B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics- Computational Mathematics

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POSTGRADUATE

PROGRAMS

  • GraduateIcon M.Sc. (Physics) - Material Science

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  • GraduateIcon M.Sc. (Chemistry) – Organic Chemistry

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  • GraduateIcon M.Sc (Mathematics) - Applied Mathematics

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  • GraduateIcon M.Sc (Mathematics) - Pure Mathematics

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Doctoral

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Facilities

Chemistry lab is equipped with many advanced and sophisticated instruments.  

Equipment 

  • UV/Visible Spectrophotometer 
  • Bomb Calorimeter 
  • Petro-OXY meter 
  • Density meter 
  • Brookfield  Viscometer 
  • Potentiometric titrator  
  • Biodiesel reactor (Lab scale) 
  • Photocatalytic reactor 
  • Rotary Vacuum Evaporator  
  • Centrifuge 
  • pH meter 
  • Conductivity meter 
  • Orbital shaker 

Physics is the most thought-provoking branch of all the Sciences. Physics Laboratory courses, at the introductory level, aim to strengthen various concepts of Physics. The instruments in Physics labs cater mostly to UG and PG level lab courses. The instruments in Physics labs may be categorized into following areas of Physics: 

  • Electricity & Magnetism 
  • Mechanics 
  • Optics 
  • Semiconductor Physics 
  • Modern Physics 
  • Value added experiments 

There are four Physics Laboratories and one Dark Room (for performing optics experiments). During the lab classes, students are taught various skills like performing precise measurement, data collection and analysis, error estimation, etc. The experiments have been designed so that students get hands on training on performing experiments on Optics, Electricity & Magnetism, Mechanics, Sound, Fiber Optics, Semiconductor Physics, Nuclear Physics, etc. The students are also encouraged to develop   working models and posters for various science events, conducted by the Department of Physics in association with other departments of School of Engineering from time to time.  The students are also provided support by the faculty members to develop new experimental set ups and working models and are motivated to present their work in various  events organized elsewhere, The Physics Department is bestowed with well trained, experienced and research grade faculty members and laboratory staff, who work incessantly to develop and upgrade the physics laboratories periodically. 

 

PHYSICS LAB EQUIPMENTS 

ELECTRICITY & MAGNETISM LAB 

MECHANICS LAB 

OPTICS LAB 

SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS LAB 

MODERN PHYSICS LAB LAB 

SPECIAL EXPERIMENTS 

Carrey Foster’s Bridge 

Compound pendulum 

Brewester’s Angle Kit 

Energy band gap reverse biased 

G M counter set up 

Atomistix Toolkit Software 

Caliberation of Ammeter and Voltmeter 

Kater's pendulum 

Fresnel's biprism set up 

Four probe set up 

e/m by Thompson method 

IPHO-2015 Experimental kit 

Charging & Discharging of capacitor 

Forced oscillator resonance set up 

Laser Exp with He-Ne Laser 

Hall effect set up 

Magnetic hystersis curve tracer 

Research Microscope Camera 

Dielectric constant set up 

Fly wheel 

Malus law set up 

Pn junction characteristic kit 

Planck's constant kit - (LEDs) 

 

E.C.E of copper voltameter 

Surface tension by capillary rise 

Newton's ring set up 

Semiconductor diode characteristics 

Planck's Constant By Photovoltaic Cell 

 

Post office Box Set(Mance’s) 

Viscosity by capillary flow 

Nodal slide method 

Transistor characteristics set 

Photovoltaic cell absorption coefficient 

 

Compare capactance by De-sauty Bridge 

Viscosity by falling sphere 

Optical fiber kit 

Tunneling Effect In Tunel Diode 

Solar cell characteristics kit 

 

Characteristics of Series LCR circuit 

Young's modulus  set up 

Polarimeter 

Work Function Of Diode  

Millikam Oil Drop Apparatus 

 

Measurement of resistance using multimeter 

Free Fall Apparatus 

Resolving power of telescope 

Logic gates set up 

Quinck's tube method 

 

Parallel Resonance LCR Circuit 

Modulus of Rigidity  

Air Wedge Method Apparatus 

 

Ionization Potential Of Mercury Using Thyratron Tube 

 

Thevein's and Norton's Theorems 

Melde's Experiment Setup  

Travelling Microscope 

 

Wavelength of H-alpha emission line of Hydrogen Atom 

 

Max. Power Transfer and Superposition Theorem 

Coefficient Of Viscosity of water 

Spectrometer 

 

Absorption lines in the rotational spectrum of Iodine vapour 

 

Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction 

Young's Modulus of a wire 

 

 

Lee's & Charlton's set up 

 

Variation of magnetic field(Stewart’s) 

Modulus of Rigidity of wire 

 

 

Stefan's law 

 

Sonometer 

Spring Constant 

 

 

 

 

Wave from GENERATOR SM 5077 

Sextant 

 

 

 

 

A.C.Millivoltmeter Model ACM-20 

 

 

 

 

 

Applied Sciences
Applied Sciences Lab

 

  Applied Sciences Lab