Science & Humanities
ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT
The inception of the Department of Sciences & Humanities emanated in the academic year 2001onwards. The department influences as a fulcrum for the disciplines of English, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The department has been accomplished with remarkable infrastructure to enrich the learning process among students. Seminars, Orientation Programme, Project Exhibition and Guest lectures are periodically arranged to support the knowledge acquisition of the students. Inorder to fill the void in between the school and the college, the department envisages on the Bridge Course for every first year student aiming at the integrated melioration of their learning process. The Department has a regiment of highly proficient and versatile members of faculty and non-teaching staff with state of art infrastructure for vitalizing the conducive learning environment among students.
The Department of Physics, established in 2001, caters to the basic foundation course, Engineering Physics, a baseline for any engineering stream. The Department comprises of four faculties with exclusive teaching and research skills enhancing the learning curve of the students.
The Physics Laboratory is well-ventilated, airy, curtained windows, spacious, and well-furnished with 12 big experiment tables equipped with electrical points. The Lab is provided with all experimental set-ups meeting the requirements of Anna University. The Dark Room is provided with two big circular tables for performing the light experiments like spectrometer, air-wedge, and semiconductor laser. This Lab can accommodate 30 students simultaneously for the effective conduct of practical sessions.
The Department of Chemistry was established in the year 2001. It serves to provide strong foundation in Applied Chemistry which in turn serves as a baseline for all Engineering streams. The department has also undertaken the responsibility of imparting a strong foundation in Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry for Chemical Engineering Students.
The department has five qualified and dedicated faculty members with Doctorate in various specialized areas of Chemistry.
The department has a well established laboratory to accommodate thirty students at a time for Engineering Chemistry Lab Class. All the instruments used by First year students are state of art and a good number of sophisticated instruments form a part of Physical chemistry Laboratory.
The Department of Mathematics was established in the year 2001. It serves to provide a strong foundation in Mathematics and its applications in engineering both at undergraduate and post graduate level.
The department of Mathematics has 8 faculty members with flair for teaching as well working on diverse areas such as Fluid Mechanics, Graph Theory, Algebraic Coding Theory, Image Processing, , Queuing Theory, Functional Analysis, Stochastic Process and so on.
The Department has been bestowed with a Language Lab with adequate software, as required by Anna University, to mould the students in Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing (LSRW ) skills. The labs have been fully an air-conditioned to ease the teaching and learning process.
At the first year level, the department offers two courses namely, Communicative English and Technical English, for B.E./B.Tech students and at third year, ‘Communications Skills Laboratory’, having postdated the latest syllabi of Anna University. Apart from offering these regular courses, the department manifested broadly in developing the soft skills of the students by forming a peer team of soft skilled trainers amongst the various departments. In order to enrich the learning dexterity of the students, the department takes strenuous efforts to prepare them for the competitive exams such as, IELTS,TOFELand GRE.
The Department constantly shapes the students after the college hours to get prepared for placements, having focused on Group Discussion, Mock Interview, Aptitude and Verbal Ability
The Department of Sciences and Humanities are associated with three laboratories primarily as per the curriculum of Anna University. They are:
- Physics Laboratory
- Chemistry Laboratory
- Language Laboratory
Equipment details/ Specification of the Laboratories
|S.No||Description of the Equipment||Make, Model & Specification||Quantity||Total Cost (Rs/-)|
|2||Hysterisis Set up||Mittal||3||89,400|
|4||Particle Size Set up||PICO||5||23,700|
|6||Magnetic field determination||PICO||3||11,955|
|7||Optical fiber Set up||Techno Services||5||99,000|
|9||Semiconductor Band Gap Set up||PICO||3||31,300|
|10||Semiconductor Diode Characteristics Set up||SAMCO||5||24,900|
|13||Ultrasonic Interferometer Set Up||MITTAL||8||64,500|
|15||Other equipments total cost||1,36,006|
|S.NO||NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT||QUANTITY||COST (Rs)|
|3||P H METER||8 Nos||62,302
|5||CONDUCTIVITY METER||8 Nos||82,250
|6||ELECTRONIC BALANCE (Digital)||1 No||21,500|
|1||SERVER||HCL BRANDED CORE 2 DUO 2.93 GHz, 2 GB DDR 2 RAM,250 GB STORAGE, 15″CRT MONITOR, KEYBOARD & MOUSE||1|
|2||CLIENT SYSTEMS||HP COMPAQ D X2480 INTEL CORE 2 DUO 2.66 GHZ / 1 GB / 160 GB HDD/ 15″ CRT HP MONITOR / KEYBOARD & MOUSE||16|
|3||CLIENT SYSTEMS||HP COMPAQ D 290 INTEL P IV 3.0 GHZ / 512 MB / 80 GB HDD / 15″ CRT HP MONITOR / KEYBOARD & MOUSE||5|
|4||CLIENT SYSTEMS||HP COMPAQ D X2280 INTEL DUAL CORE 2.66 GHZ / 512 MB / 80 GB HDD / 15″ CRT HP MONITOR / KEYBOARD & MOUSE||1|
|5||CLIENT SYSTEMS||INTEL P IV 2.8 GHZ / 256 MB / 40 GB HDD / 15″CRT LG MONITOR / KEYBOARD & MOUSE||11|
|6||SOFTWARES||GLOBARENA ENGLISH LAB & APTITUDE LAB
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ENGLISH LANGUAGE LAB SOFTWARES
|7||NETWORKING||D – LINK 24 PORT||1|
|HP 24 PORT||1|
|HCL – 24 PORT JACK PANEL||2|
|8||INTERNET CONNECTION||YES||12 MBPS|
|9||UPS||10 KV (QUANTA BATTERY)||20|
|10||OTHERS||SONY XGA VPL – DX 100 PROJECTOR||1|
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|National Conference||International Conference||International Journal|
|1||Dr. R. Surekha||HOD & Associate Professor||M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.Demail@example.com|
|2||Dr. G. Ganesh||Associate Professor||M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.Dfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|3||N. Karthigayan||Assistant Professor||M.Sc., M.Phil||9||Karthigayan.email@example.com|
|4||P. Balaji||Assistant Professor||M.Sc., M.Philfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|5||P. Uma||Assistant Professor||M.Sc., M.Phil., (Ph.D)||email@example.com|
|6||Dr. Kavimani||Assistant Professor||M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.Dfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|7||K. Uma||Assistant Professor||M.Sc., M.Phil., (Ph.D)||email@example.com|
|8||V. Rajapriya||Assistant Professor||M.Sc., M.Phil., (Ph.D)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|9||G. Pirakathiswaran||Assistant Professor||M.Sc., M.Philemail@example.com|
|10||K. Boobalan||Assistant Professor||M.Sc., M.Philfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|11||R. Vinod Kumar||Assistant Professor||M.Sc., M.Philemail@example.com|
|12||S. Sangeetha||Assistant Professor||M.Sc., M.Philfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|13||A. Ezhilarasi||Assistant Professor||M.Sc., M.Philemail@example.com|
|14||K. Srinivasan||Assistant Professor||M.Sc., M.Philfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|15||G. Chitradevi||Assistant Professor||M.Sc., M.Philemail@example.com|
|16||D. Kalaiselvi||Assistant Professor||M.Sc., M.Philfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|17||S. Nityajothi||Assistant Professor||M.Sc., M.Philemail@example.com|
|18||T. Ravikumar||Assistant Professor||M.A., M.Philfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|19||V. Satish||Assistant Professor||M.A., M.Philemail@example.com|
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