Basic Sciences & Humanities

PROMINENT LABS

Engg. Physics Lab:

Engineering physics-I is a foundation course which is offered in the 1th semester of all engineering program. This course is concerned with the study of basic properties of electro-magnetic wave propagation, fundamental of material science. Initial part of this course gives basic understanding of interference of light in thin film (understanding of Newton’s ring experiment, Michelson interferometer), concept of optical activity and specific rotation (understanding of polarimeter experiment, retardation plate) and concept of diffraction (understanding of plane transmission grating). Engg. Physics-II is a Foundation course which is offered in the 2th semester of all Engineering programs. This course is concerned with the study of band gap of material, fibre optics, laser, resolving power of telescope, measurement of height through sextant and study of specific resistance of the conducting materials.

Communication Technique Lab

Communicative English: Practical exercises in the language lab are designed according to the content which helps improve the pronunciation accent and writing of mother tongue interference (MTI) in the target language. Phonetics deals with international standard of pronunciation. Affixation word-formation and other vocabulary exercises enhance the creativity and composition skills. Mock seminar presentations, group discussion and job interviews are the practical exercises on standard parameters under expect supervision add on and polish the spoken English and other personality traits necessary for a professional engineer.

Chemistry and Environmental Engg. Lab

The course provide a fundamental knowledge of chemistry  and understanding of chemical phenomena causing changes in quality of surface and ground water,. This understanding of chemistry is absolutely essential as the environmental professionals attempt to solve the complex problems. The aim of the laboratory study is twofold (1) It brings in to focus those aspects of chemistry that are particularly valuable for solving environmental problems, and (2) It lays a groundwork of understanding in the area of specialized quantitative analysis, commonly referred to as water analysis, that will serve the student as a basis in all the common phases of environmental engineering practices.

The analytical procedures are subjected to errors. There is a critical need for students to learn how to evaluate uncertainties such error present that are essential for analytical chemists, regulatory agencies and environmental professionals who use analytical data to make important decisions. The lab course help to fulfill this requirement

FACULTY PROFILE

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Dr. S.S. Dhindsa
Professor
Dean (R & D)Subject:  Chemistry

Qualification:  Ph.D. (Chemistry), M.Sc. (Chemistry)

Area of Specialization: Physical Chemistry

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Prof (Dr.) Y.C Sharma
Professor
Vice-PrincipalSubject:  Physics

 

Qualification:  M.Sc. (Physics), Ph.D.

Area of Specialization: Advanced Electronics, Condensed Matter Physics

2

Prof. (Dr.) Menka Bhasin
Head I-YearSubject:  Chemistry

 

Qualification:  M.Sc., Ph.D. (UOR)

Area of Specialization: Chemical Kinetics (Physical Chemistry)

3

Mr. Manoj Thosar
Reader
Pro. Head I-Yr.Subject:  Physics

 

Qualification:  M.Tech (Applied Physics), M.Sc., M.B.A., Ph.D. (Pursuing)

Area of Specialization: Photovoltaic’s and Opto-Electronics devices

4

Dr. Mridula Purohit
ProfessorSubject:  Mathematics

 

Qualification:  M.Sc. (Maths), Ph.D., NET

Area of Specialization: Special Functions, Fractional calculus

5

Mr. Krishan Kant Sharma
LecturerSubject:  Physics

 

Qualification:  B.E. (ECE), M.Tech.

6

Mr. Ishwar Singh
LecturerSubject:  Physics

 

Qualification:  B.Tech (ECE)

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Dr. Archana Jain
ReaderSubject:  Chemistry

 

Qualification:   M.Sc., NET (MDS Ajmer), Ph.D.

Area of Specialization: Organic Chemistry9Mr. D. P. Sharma
ReaderSubject:  Chemistry

Qualification:  M.Sc. (Chemistry), Ph.D (Pur.)

Area of Specialization:  chemistry, environment, water & waste treatment

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Ms. Monika Malhotra
ReaderSubject:  Mathematics

 

Qualification:   M.Sc. (Maths), M.Phil, Ph.D. (Pursuing)

Area of Specialization: Operation Research

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Ms. Bharti Kushwaha
LecturerSubject:  Mathematics

 

Qualification:   M.Phil, Ph.D (Pursuing)

Area of Specialization:  Operation Research

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Dr. Alpana Gupta
Sr. LecturerSubject:  Mathematics

 

Qualification:   M.Sc., M. Phil, Ph.D. (MNIT)

Area of Specialization:  Special Function and Fractional Calculus16Ms. Kavita Rathore
LecturerSubject:  English

Qualification:  M.A. (English), Ph.D. (Pur.)