Applied Science Engineering

Applied Science Engineering

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Research

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About Course

Applied science is the application of scientific knowledge transferred into a physical environment. Examples include testing a theoretical model through the use of formal science, or solving a practical problem through the use of natural science. Fields of engineering are closely related to applied sciences. Applied science is important for technology development. Engineering is the discipline, art and profession of acquiring and applying technical, scientific, and mathematical knowledge to design and implement materials, structures, machines, devices, systems, and processes that safely realize a desired objective or invention.

Following courses are taken by the Applied Sciences department.

Program Subject
B.Tech Ist year B.Tech Ist year
Engineering Mathematics –I & II
Remedial Mathematics
Engineering Physics – I & II
Engineering Chemistry
Professional Communication
Introduction to Bio Sciences
Energy, Environment and Ecology
Engineering Physics Lab
Engineering Chemistry Lab
B.Tech IInd year Engineering Mathematics –III & IV
Industrial Psychology
Industrial Sociology
Polymer Science & Technology
Laser Systems and Applications
Technical Writing

Faculty

faculty
Dr. Shishpal Singh
Designation Asst. Professor & HOD
Graduation B.Sc.
Post graduation M.Sc.
Doctorate Ph.D 
Teaching experience 20 Years
Email id shishpal.singh@mitmeerut.ac.in
Area of interest Operation Research, Graph Theory, Engineering Mathematics, CBNST
faculty
Dr. Prabhat Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Sc.
Post graduation M.Sc.
Doctorate Ph.D
Teaching experience 12 Years
Email id prabhat.kumar@mitmeerut.ac.in
Area of interest Ion Exchange Technology, Polymer Chemistry, Organic Synthesis
faculty
Dr. Meenu Maheshwari
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation BA
Post graduation MA
Doctorate Ph.D
Teaching experience 15 Years
Email id meenu.maheshwari@mitmeerut.ac.in
Area of interest Economics
faculty
Ms. Sabita Singh
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Com.
Post graduation M.Com., MBA
Teaching experience 8 Years
Email id sabita.singh@mitmeerut.ac.in
Area of interest Finance and HR
faculty
Ms. Pallavi Singhal
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Sc.
Post graduation M.Sc.(Bio Technology)
Teaching experience 6 Years
Email id pallavi.singhal@mitmeerut.ac.in
Area of interest Enzymology, Conservation Strategies
faculty
Mr. Vinod Kumar Mishra
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Sc.
Post graduation M.Sc., M. Phil
Teaching experience 14 Years
Email id vinod.mishra@mitmeerut.ac.in
Area of interest Fiber Optics
faculty
Ms. Ekta Gupta
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Sc.
Post graduation M.Sc.(Gold Medalist 2005), M. Phil(Physics)
Doctorate Ph. D. (pursuing)
Teaching experience 5 Years
Email id ekta.gupta@mitmeerut.ac.in
Area of interest Physics
faculty
Mr. Sanjay Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Sc.(Gold Medalist)
Post graduation M.Sc.(Applied Mathematics),IIT Roorkee
Teaching experience 08 Years
Email id sanjay.kumar@mitmeerut.ac.in
Area of interest Ordinary & Partial Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis, Operation research. Fractional Differential Equation
faculty
Ms. Varuna Bhardwaj
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B. Ed.
Post graduation M.Sc.(Mathematics)
Doctorate  
Teaching experience 10 Years
Email id varuna.bhardwaj@mitmeerut.ac.in
Area of interest Engg. Mathematics, Operation Research, Numerical Techniques
faculty
Ms. Himani Mishra
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Com.
Post graduation MBA
Teaching experience 7 Years
Email id himani.mishra@mitmeerut.ac.in
Area of interest Marketing and HR
faculty
Ms. Swati Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Ed.
Post graduation MA (English), MBA
Teaching experience 8 Years
Email id swati.sharma@mitmeerut.ac.in
Area of interest English (Language),Technical Writing, Professional Communication and Remedial English Language
faculty
Mr. Ankit Galiyan
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.A
Post graduation MBA
Teaching experience 4 Years
Email id ankit.galiyan@mitmeerut.ac.in
Area of interest Economics and Business Studies

 

Laboratories

Engineering Physics Lab

  1. To become familiar with various optical devices.
  2. To become familiar with usage of data sheet of various components
  3. To become familiar with circuit testing
  4. To measure and calibrate basic electrical devices.

Outcome of the course: The students are expected to compare experimental results with theoretical concepts, speculate reasons for discrepancies, and learn from deductive reasoning.

Engineering Mechanics Lab Course Objective:

  1. To learn various principles of Mechanics used in our day to day life
  2. To analyze the laboratory results (data processing, variability and significance) and the validity of the results.
  3. To give students the background of experimental techniques and to reinforce instruction in Engineering Mechanics principles.
  4. To provide students with exposure to the systematic methods for solving engineering problems.
  5. o discuss the basic Mechanical principles underlying modern Engineering Mechanics and to create an understanding of assumptions that are inherent to the solution of Engineering problems
  6. To build the necessary theoretical background for design and construction of foundation systems.

Outcome of the course: The students are expected to compare experimental results with theoretical concepts, speculate about reasons for discrepancies, and learn from deductive reasoning. The purposes of experimentation as a subject in the curriculum are many, but perhaps the most important ones are to provide opportunities for the student to:

  1. Verify certain theories
  2. Become familiar with methods of measurements
  3. Organise his/her own work and carry it through systematically and carefully
  4. Organise the work of a team
  5. Analyse data, assess its reliability and draw conclusions.

Electronics Engineering Lab Course Objective:

  1. To become familiar with various electronic devices.
  2. To become familiar with usage of data sheet of various components
  3. To become familiar with circuit testing
  4. To learn to use common electronic measuring instruments.
  5. To learn electronic design aids.

Outcome of the course: The students are expected to compare experimental results with theoretical concepts, speculate reasons for discrepancies, and learn from deductive reasoning.

Chemistry Lab Objective Basic aim for bringing chemistry labs into existence is to make chemistry real for students and exposing ideas to empirical testing. It also develops skills of observation, deduction and interpretation. In addition, it also help in enhancing skills for overall learning of students in chemistry. Learning outcomes

  1. Develop and practice observational skills
  2. Develop skills for preparing professional scientific reports
  3. Operate Scientific Instruments
  4. Develop team work to divide project duties ensuring efficiency and quality of the final results
  5. Develop skills to critically search the scientific literature for information
  6. Develop time management and problem solving skills
  7. One of the important outcomes is production of skilled technicians for industry and highly competent workers for research laboratories

Professional Communication Lab Objectives of the course: To impart basic Communication skills to the first year UG students in the English language through rigorous practice and use of various categories of common words and their application in sentences; to enable them to achieve effective language proficiency for their social, professional & inter personal communication both in speaking & writing. Outcome of the Course: The student must be able to:

  • i) Understand and use about 1200 to 1500 General Purpose words of English language
  • ii) Express his /her ideas and thoughts in speech or writing
  • iii) Be able to comprehend, converse, interact and participate in any day-to-day events and situation
  • iv)Write grammatically correct sentences for various forms of written communication to express oneself.

B.Tech. I Year Syllabus

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