Department of Applied Science & Humanities

Message from HoD

The very motto of our department is to provide quality education. The process of learning is extremely important in life. The excellent infrastructure, teaching faculty of the best kind ensuring quality education such as interaction among students, parents and staff, along with a Training and Placement Cell ensures a bright future to its students. Thus we are confident that our Engineers will emerge as assets not only to this institution and to the organization they belong, but also to the country at large.

Dr. Shephali Tyagi
(Ph.D, Mathematics)
“To nurture and inculcate innovation, experiential learning and application habituation amongst learners enabling excellence in lifelong pursuits.”

  • M1: Providing students an educational experience rich in theoretical foundations reinforcing meaningful application based learning in all streams of Engineering.
  • M2: Focus on student centered teaching emphasizing innovation; project based learning and intellectually vibrant instructions.
Program Outcomes (POs)click here to see >>
    Engineering Graduates will be able to:
  • PO1.Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO2.Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural science and engineering sciences.
  • PO3.Design / Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety and the cultural, societal and environmental considerations.
  • PO4.Conduct Investigations of Complex problems: Use research based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO5.Modern Tool Usage: Create, Select, and apply appropriate techniques , resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations .
  • PO6.The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • PO7.Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental context and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • PO8.Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO9.Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO10.Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with the society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO11.Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO12.Life Long Learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadcast of technological change.
Course Outcomesclick here to see >>
Various Departmentclick here to see >>
    Chemistryclick here to see >>
      The chemistry department strives to impart high quality education with a fine balance of fundamental knowledge, practical exposure and novel concepts. Our main objective is to enable the B. Tech students to acquire knowledge in the basic chemistry of important engineering materials used in industry. In particular students will learn some important areas of chemistry which is more relevant in engineering context.
      Department Laboratoryclick here to see >>
        RAS 152/ RAS 252click here to see >>
          Objective and Research Activity: Chemistry Dept. rely on their knowledge of mathematics and science—particularly Chemistry— to overcome technical problems safely and economically. And, of course, they draw upon and apply their engineering knowledge to solve any technical challenges they encounter. Don't make the mistake of thinking that chemistry Dept. only “make things,” though. Their expertise is also applied in the areas of law, education, publishing, finance, and medicine, as well as in many other fields that require technical training.
          A well Furnished Laboratory’s as Lab. 1 & Lab. 2. Contain good ventilation as per required Lab. Infrastructure. A phenomenal take care of labs from:

          Lab. Incharge: Dr. Ruchi Gaur & Dr. Sachi Singh
          Lab. Technician: Mr. Bipin Kumar & Mr. Mursllin Khan

          List of Experiments:
        • Determination of alkalinity in the given water sample.
        • Determination of temporary and permanent hardness in water sample using EDTA .
        • Determination of available chlorine in bleaching powder.
        • Determination of chloride content in water sample.
        • Determination of iron content in the given solution by Mohr’s method.
        • pH- metric titration.
        • Viscosity of an addition polymer like polyester by viscometer.
        • Determination of iron concentration in sample of water by colorimetric method. The method involves the use of KCN as a chelating agent and the measurements are carried out at 480nm.
        • Element detection and functional group identification in organic compounds.
        • Preparation of Bakelite and Urea formaldehyde resin.

        • Lab Containing positive attitude towards practical aspects of Engineering arena.
    Physicsclick here to see >>
      The role of physics in engineering education is not a static one. It must respond and evolve with the momentous changes in both engineering and physics which are occurring continually. The pre-dominant reliance of early engineering upon art is giving way to a modern technology based squarely upon the physical sciences. Since the beginning of this century we have seen as much progress in physics as had been obtained in the whole previous history of mankind. Yet the obvious and enormous increase in subject matter of modern physics is not the most significant factor relating to the aim of instruction in physics in the education of engineers. On the contrary, the cardinal aim should be that of imparting to the student a point of view, an attitude of mind, and a capacity to deal with the principles and methods of analysis of contemporary physics, for, without training and experience in these modes of thought, neither physicist nor engineer will prove competent to deal with the emerging problems of science and technology.
      Visionclick here to see >>
        Physics provides quantitative and analytic skills needed for analyzing data and solving problems in the sciences, engineering and medicine, as well as in economics, finance, management, law and public policy.

        Physics opens the door to many career options.
      Department Laboratoryclick here to see >>
        RAS-151/RAS-251click here to see >>
          Objective and Research Activity: The main objective of conducting laboratory in Physics is to make the student to analyze the Physical Principle involved in the device and also to allow the student to relate the Principle to new applications.
          The main objective of the department is to develop the necessary theoretical and practical aspects required for understanding intricacies of the subject and also give adequate exposure to the applied physics aspects in different disciplines of engineering. Our faculty educates the engineering students with all necessary concepts related to physics and develops a scientific attitude by means of distinguishing, analyzing and solving various engineering problems. We are training the students to develop their experimental skills and important practical knowledge in engineering by providing sophisticated physics laboratory.
          Apart from the basic experiments, Engineering Physics Lab has separate Dark room for performing optics related experiments. The laboratory is spacious enough to accommodate more than 50 students to do practicals at a stretch.
          A well Furnished Laboratory’s as Lab. 1 & Lab. 2. Contain good ventilation as per required Lab. Infrastructure. A phenomenal take care of labs from:

          Lab. Incharge: Dr. Kshmata Mukhtavat & Dr. Nisha Devi
          Lab. Technician: Mr. Kishan Kumar & Mr. Devank Mittal

          List of Experiments:

          Group A:
        • To determine the wavelength of monochromatic light by Newton’s ring.
        • To determine the wavelength of monochromatic light with the help of Fresnel’s biprism.
        • To determine the focal length of two lenses by nodal slide and locate the position of cardinalpoints.
        • To determine the specific rotation of cane sugar solution using polarimeter.
        • To determine the wavelength of spectral lines using plane transmission grating.
        • To study the polarization of light by simple reflection using laser.
        • Measurement of Wavelength of a laser (He- Ne) light using single slit diffraction.

        • Group B:
        • To determine the specific resistance of a given wire using Carey Foster’s bridge.
        • To study the variation of magnetic field along the axis of current carrying - Circular coil and then to estimate the radius of the coil.
        • To verify Stefan’s Law by electrical method.
        • To convert the galvanometer in ammeter and voltmeter.
        • To study the Hall Effect and determine Hall coefficient, carrier density and - mobility of a given semiconductor using Hall Effect set up.
        • To determine the energy band gap of a given semiconductor material.
        • To determine E.C.E. of copper using Tangent or Helmholtz galvanometer.
        • To draw hysteresis curve of a given sample of ferromagnetic material and from - this to determine magnetic susceptibility and permeability of the given specimen.
        • To determine the coefficient of viscosity of a liquid.
        • Measurement of fiber attenuation and aperture of fiber.
        • The laboratory is left open for the students with additional facilities to carry out innovative project work apart from regular practical classes.
    Mathematicsclick here to see >>
      Mathematics may be described as the fundamental science. It may be broadly described as the science of space, time and number. The universe exists in space and time, and is constituted of units of matter. To calculate the extension or composition of matter in space and time and to compute the units that make up the total mass of the material universe is the object of Mathematics. For the space-time quantum is everywhere full of matter and we have to know matter mathematically in the first instance. Every great Physicists or Chemists must have a very good idea about mathematics or else it wouldn't have been possible to make advancements in these branches. The numbers we deal with daily, the theorems, the formulas, the calculations of everyday life are all part of Maths. Without it life as we know it will come to a standstill. It was only because the number 0 was invented that most of today's achievements are possible. Newton, Einstein all valued the importance of mathematics. To solve chemical reactions, we need the concepts of mathematics. Without the contributions of greats like Euler, Pythagoras, Rene Descartes, Alan Turing we may still have been living in some medieval period of time. So we must acknowledge the importance of Mathematics to Science and society.
      Department Vision
      Strong mathematical background has always been fundamentally important for all engineering students. With such a realization, we are striving to impart excellent teaching in mathematics and support to technical education. It is our goal to see that all engineering branches are well supported. Several members of our faculty have established and ongoing research too. We intend to contribute to and also get benefited by the number of ways.
      One of our reasons for success is that we take and care the feedback from the student’s community of the entire college. We also interact with the members of the faculties of all engineering branches, in order to give them timely support in mathematics towards their teaching and research. We use: MATLAB, MATHMATICA, in order to make efficient ourselves and other departments in calculus and analysis.

    Humanitiesclick here to see >>
      The need for science majors to take courses in the humanities has been contentious ever since. The required core curriculum at most colleges and universities has atrophied over the years, while at the same time governmental funds for support of any new research in the humanities has dried up. Authorities both within and outside of science have expressed concern that scientists do not learn enough about the humanities — to the detriment of society.
      Department Laboratoryclick here to see >>
        RAS154/RAS254click here to see >>
          The Department of English strives to work hard on academic along with communicative approach in our curriculum where the communication skills is the course ingredient of student career. Communication skill enhances employability through various methods including software’s for ELCS and AECS labs. The learning is interactive and Multimedia based. The departments also stress on soft skills along with overall development of each individual for better employability skills which boost up the confidence level of the students. The department strives to achieve the vision of Application based learning where each individual blooms as a flower from a bud. A well Furnished Laboratory’s as Lab. 1 & Lab. 2. Contain good ventilation as per required Lab. Infrastructure. A phenomenal take care of labs from:
          Lab. Incharge: Dr. Aeda Abidi & Dr. Shilpi Gupta

          List of Experiments:

        • Group Discussion: Practical based on Accurate and Current Grammatical Patterns.
        • Conversational skills for Interviews under suitable Professional Communication Lab conditions with emphasis on Kinesics.
        • Communication Skills for Seminars/Conferences/Workshops with emphasis on Paralinguistic’s / Kinesics.
        • Presentation Skills of Technical Paper/Project Reports/Professional Reports based on proper Stress and Intonation Mechanics.
        • Official /Public Speaking based on Rhythmic Patterns.
        • Theme-Presentation /Key-Note Presentation based on correct argumentation methodologies.
        • Individual Speech Delivery/Conferences with skills to defend Interjections/Quizzes.
        • Argumentative Skills/Role Play Presentation with Stress and Intonation.
        • Comprehensions Skills based on Reading and Listening Practical’s on a model Audiovisual Usage.
        • Hardware Used
          30 Desktop, Intel Dual Core Processor 2.53 GHz, 4 MB L3 Cache, 2 GB RAM, 320 GB HDD,NIC Card (Gigabit).

Extra Curricular Activitiesclick here to see >>
  • Applied Science and humanities Dept. provide activities of CLUB Five : Science Club, Social Club, Humanities Club, Math Club, Environment Club.
  • Students may participate in different societies of college like TRINITY, MECHANICA, Gentronix, Gravita, Srijan etc. to show their Talents.
  • Two annual fest are organized in college: UDBHAV (Cultural & Technical Events) & SPARDHA (Sports Events).
  • NSS activities are control by the college in which students participated in different social events.
Departmental Activities:click here to see >>
    FDP’sclick here to see >>
    • Conducted FDP for Faculties on Communication Skills on January31,2015 at IPEC Ghaziabad .(Sharpen Your Edge)
    • Conducted FDP for Faculties on Learning Correct Pronunciation on January13,2015 at IPEC, Ghaziabad.
    • Dr. Aruna Gupta attended the “8-day FDP on Human Values & Professional Ethics” organized by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University held from 15th January, 2016 to 22nd January,2016 at IIT, Kanpur.
    • Mr. Sandeep Kumar attended a QIP on topic “Recent Advances of Computational Method With application” from 30th June-4thJuly 2014 IIT at Roorkee.
    • Mr. Sandeep Kumar attended a QIP on topic “Dynamic System and Control” from 29th June-3rdJuly 2015 at IIT Roorkee.
    • Mr. Sandeep Kumar attended a QIP on topic “Orthogonal Polynomials and Special Functions Using Mathematical Software” from 8th -12thJuly 2013 at IIT Roorkee.
    Workshopsclick here to see >>
    • Dr. Aruna Gupta successfully completed a “Two Week ISTE Short Term Training Program on Environmental Studies”, held from 2nd June to 10th June, 2015 by IIT, Bombay.
    • Dr. Aruna Guptaattended a two day Science Academics Lecture Workshop on “Recent Advances in Chemical and Environmental Sciences” organised by Department of Applied Sciences & Humanities, ABES Engineering College, Ghaziabad held on 5-6 May, 2014.
    • Mr. Ajay Satija attended Short Term Course on “MATLAB and Its Engineering Applications” on 13th July to 17th July’15 Organized by Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, KIET Ghaziabad.
    Conferencesclick here to see >>
    • In 2014-15 Applied Science & Humanities conducting a Inter-National Conference “INNOVATIVE STRATEGIES FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (ISST-2014)” under the supervision of Dr. N. K. Sharma.
    • In 2010-11 Applied Science & Humanities conducting a National Conference “RECENT ASPECTS OF RESEARCH IN APPLIED SCIENCES (RRAS-2011)” under the supervision of Dr. N. K. Sharma.
    • Organized a two day conference in IPEC – Recent Trends and Advances in Applied Sciences in Nov’12.
Research and Developmentclick here to see >>
  • A project of Ambient Air Quality Monitoring was sanctioned by UPPCB of 8.21Lac under the Supervision of Dr. N. K. Sharma & Mr. Alok Katiyar
Publications:click here to see >>
    2015-16click here to see >>
    • Ritu Sharma, Amit Viswakarma 1 , M.Venkateswarlu 2 , A.S. Rao 1* , M. Jayasimhadri 1 & quot Photoluminescence characterization of Zinc lead tungsten tellurite glasses doped with Pr 3+ ions for visible red lasing applications" presented at National conference on luminescence and its applications (NCLA2016), Organised by RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur , February 18 -20, 2016.
    • Shilpi Gupta, “Transgression of Journey-Reconstruction of female Identity in the Novels of Anita Nair” ,The Criterion-An International Journal in English, Vol. VI, Issue II., April 2015, ISSN 0976-8165.
    • Dipti Singh, Ajay Satija “Prediction of municipal solid waste generation for optimum planning and management with artificial neural network - case study: Faridabad City in Haryana State (India)”, Int J Syst Assur Eng Manag, May, 19, 2016, DOI 10.1007/s13198-016-0484-5.
    2014-15click here to see >>
    • Vanchna Singh and Varsha Banerjee,‘Ferromagnetism in Assemblies of Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles: Theory and Applications’, Indian Journal of Physics, 12648, 14, 487 (2014).
    • Shilpi Gupta,“Pragmatism and Communication”, International Journal of Communication, Dec 2014. Vol. 24, No. 2, p.52.
    • Arti Bansal, Nidhi Agarwal “Thermal instability of incompressible rotating fluid saturated in a porous medium” in IJMCAR(TRANSSTELLAR), 2014;4(4) 1-8.
    • Har Mohindra Chawla*, Preeti Goel and Richa Shukla “Calix[4]arene based molecular probe for sensing copper ions” Tetrahedron Letters, 2014, 55, 2173-2176.
    • Har Mohindra Chawla*, Preeti Goel and Richa Shukla “New lower rim looped calix[4]arene for ratiometric and chromogenic recognition of Cu2+” Journal of Inclusion Phenomena and Macrocyclic Chemistry, DOI: 10.1007/s10847-013-0376-0.
    • Har Mohindra Chawla, Richa Shukla and Preeeti Goel “A sensitive recognition of cyanide through supramolecularly complexed new calix[4]arenes” New Journal of Chemistry, DOI: 10.1039/C4NJ00065J.
    • Saneep Kumar, Rahul, Rajender Singh, A research paper titled “Control Design and Simulation 2DOF Robotic Manipulator”, published in the International Transactions in Mathematical Sciences and computers, July-Dec 2014, Volume 7, No. 2, pp. 101-112, ISSN-(Printing) 0974-5068, (Online) 0975-3753.
    • Saneep Kumar, Rahul, Rajender Singh, A research paper titled “Dynamic Modeling and simulation of two link robot manipulator”, published in the International Transactions in Mathematical Sciences and computers, Jan-June 2014, Volume 6, No. 1, pp. 31-42, ISSN-(Printing) 0974-5068, (Online) 0975-3753.
    2013-14click here to see >>
    • Vanchna Singh and Varsha Banerjee, ‘The Transverse Ising Model: A Guide for Combined Modalities of Hyperthermia and Imaging’, J. Phys. D: Applied Physics, 46, 385003 (2013).
    • Vanchna Singh and Varsha Banerjee, ‘Ferromagnetism, Hysteresis and Enhanced Heat Dissipation in Assemblies of Magnetic Nanoparticles’, J. Appl. Phys., 112, 114912 (2012).
    • Shilpi Gupta, “Interpersonal Communication in the context of transactional analysis” International Journal Of Applied Science and Technology, Vol. II Issue II, ISSN:2277-8691(online). ISSN:2231-3842(Print).
    • Shilpi Gupta, “Archetypal images from the Continent to the Island as portrayed in Anita Desai’s Bye Bye Blackbird”, The Criterion-An International Journal in English, Vol. IV, Issue V, Oct 2013. ISSN 0976-8165.
    • Arti Bansal “Thermosolutal instability of an incompressible, viscous fluid confined in a porous medium in the presence of magnetic field” in IJCRR, Vol.05 (15),2013.
    • Har Mohindra Chawla*, Richa Shukla and Shubha Pandey “Novel fluorescein appended calix[4]arenes for preferential recognition of Cu2+ ions” Tetrahedron Letters, 2013, 54, 2063-2066.
    • Har Mohindra Chawla*, Preeti Goel and Richa Shukla “New calix[4]arene based oxalylamido receptors for recognition of copper (II)” Tetrahedron Letters, 2013, 54, 2766-2769.

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