Engineering Physics:

The objective of the physics Lab is to impart the fundamental knowledge of physics to the student to develop their ability to apply the specific procedures to analyze the experimental result .In this lab student will be familier with the use of different equipments, basic principles, properties etc. which they can apply in various disciplines of engineering during their studies and future.

Outcomes:-

After successful completion of this lab student will be able to

  • Use the latest techniques, skill and modern tools necessary for engineering sector.
  • Design a component system to meet desired need with in real life.
  • Analyze working of laser, determination of wavelength, various properties and application
  • Use of fiber optics communication, Study of Hall Effect and determination of Hall coefficient.
  • Describe working of solar cells, its advantages, and disadvantages i.e. Merits & Demerits.
  • Determine unknown wavelength of monochromatic light by M.I., understand phenomenon of diffraction and diffraction grating.
  • Can study the crystal structure.
  • Understand the impact of Engineering in global economics, environment and social contexts.
  • Understand the concept of Ultrasonic waves and its application

Engineering Chemistry:

This course is intended to provide engineering student with background in important concept and principles of chemistry and emphasis on this area considered most relevant in engineering section.

Outcomes:-

After successful completion of this lab student will be able to

  • Analyze the total hardness of water by ETDA method.
  • Analyze the strength of dissolve oxygen from water sample.
  • Analyze the Alkalinity of water sample, Chloride contain of water sample etc.
  • Estimate percentage of phenol idometrically, determination of yield percentage of polystyrene, analysis of percentage of copper in given brass sample, analyze of percentage of zinc in given brass sample.
  • Analyze the Percentage of cement sample.
  • Understanding of the necessity to built environment with natural world.
  • Understand the classification of various fuels, their analysis by gas calorimeter.
  • Understand the preparation, basic properties and applications of refractories.
  • Understand the types of corrosion and its mechanism to control the corrosion.


Engineering Mathematics:

The basic necessity for the foundation of engineering and technology is mathematics. The aim is to teach mathematical methodologies and models develop the mathematical skill and enhance thinking and decision making powers of students.

Outcomes:-

After completion of this course student will be able to:

  • Apply knowledge of mathematics in engineering and technology.
  • Identify, Formulate and solve engineering problems.
  • Design mathematical models for engineering problems and find the solution of them.
  • Use partial derivatives to find total derivative of implicit function.
  • Find error and approximate value of problems related to engineering fields.
  • Draw the rough sketch Cartesian and polar curves.
  • Evaluate multiple integrals using spherical and cylindrical polar co-ordinates.
  • Use of numerical methods for solving ordinary differential equations.

Soft Skills – I :

Through this course we have tried to bridge the gap of industry and institution by bringing in an awareness and practical approach to soft skills such as communication skills, presentation skills and written language. This course stresses on ability to communicate, public speech, e-presentations and structure of English language.

Outcomes:-

Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:

  • Understand the importance of communicating effectively.
  • Communicate effectively by removing barriers.
  • Address an audience effectively and deliver speeches without inhibition.
  • Create and deliver effective e-presentations.
  • Understand the meaning and utility of Active Listening in communication.
  • Use the vocabulary more effectively.
  • Expand and enrich grammatical structure and vocabulary in English.
  • Comprehend thoughts through body language and use it as a tool to understand non-verbal signals for better communication.

Prof. J. P. Patil

Head & Asst. Prof.

M.Sc. (Physics)

+91-8087149385

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Prof. J. P. Chaudhari

Asst. Prof.

M.Sc.(Chemistry) , B.Ed.

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Prof. Mrs. M. S. Chaudhari

Asst. Prof.

M.A. (English) , M.Com

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Prof. D. A. Patel

Asst. Prof.

M.Sc. (Maths) , B.Ed.

+91-9405839502

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Prof. V. S. Patil

Asst. Prof.

M.Sc. (Physics)

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Prof.Miss. S.S. Girase

Asst. Prof.

M.Sc. (Maths) , B.Sc. (Meth's)

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