Applied Science department at Gulzar Group of Institutions is committed to provide the best learning and creative experience of basic sciences i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, which is the background of engineering studies. Our well trained faculty provides a sound background of basic concepts, principles of physics, chemistry and Mathematics to engineering graduates which develops a firm base for further studies in their chosen engineering field. This will help them in encountering practical problems in their engineering careers, keeping a balance between applications and the basic principles behind them.
E-learning is an integral part of the department which emphasizes group discussions and learning patterns. The department organizes seminars, model competitions, project fairs, PowerPoint presentation competitions for the students as well as arranges expert lectures from different fields. We believe that excellence knows no border and same is with infrastructure. Chemistry, Physics labs are well equipped with the complete set of latest equipment and tools, which caters to the needs of the students. These well-equipped laboratories enhance the practical knowledge of the students. In fact we are dedicated to individual student success, provide a quality learning environment for professional education & adopt diverse learning styles.
Our main focus is to enable students to analyze & to tackle the situations of their professional & professional life. The ever flowing zeal of excellence, adaptability and flexibility are the key success factors of the department & maintain the unbeatable cordial environment for the growth of the students. Along with academic and technical excellence, the department also focuses on instilling inherent values with the help of courses such as human value & professional ethics. Faculty members help the students to participate actively in different activities related to their development and growth.
Dr. Deepti Sharma
Head of Department
Our vision is to expand our first year students knowledge by providing student centered learning by using a mixture of traditional, current and integrative pedagogical techniques. To produce leaders in technology with excellent analytical skills at global level and training the students in acquiring conceptual understanding of the framework and structure of basic sciences as well as enhancing their English Language competence.
- To strive by introducing the students to main ideas and methods for building up their reasoning and analytical skills.
- To deliver an education that emphasize, problem solving strategies through integrated interdisciplinary learning that encourages freshmen, covering all branches of Engineering.
- Implementing fundamentals of applied Sciences to integrate the research and innovative teaching for motivating students to be better intellectuals.
- To improve the quantitative, communication, social and interpersonal skills of our students.
Course Outcomes (CO’s) for B. Tech 1st Year (All Branches)
BTPH101-18 Mechanics of Solids (BTPH101-18)
Students will be able to
- BTPH101-18.1 Understand the vector mechanics for a classical system
- BTPH101-18.2 Identify various types of forces in nature, frames of references, and conservation laws
- BTPH101-18.3 Know the simple harmonic, damped, and forced simple harmonic oscillator for a mechanical system
- BTPH101-18.4 Analyse the planar rigid body dynamics for a mechanical system
- BTPH101-18.5 Apply the knowledge obtained in this course to the related problems
BTPH111-18 Mechanics of Solids Lab (BTPH111-18) Students will be able to
- BTPH111-18.1 Able to understand the concepts learned in the mechanics of solids.
- BTPH111-18.2 Learning the skills needed to verify some of the concepts of theory courses.
- BTPH111-18.3 Trained in carrying out precise measurements and handling sensitive equipment.
- BTPH111-18.4 Able to understand the principles of error analysis and develop skills in experimental design.
- BTPH111-18.5 Able to document a technical report which communicates scientific information in a clear and concise manner.
BTPH102-18 Optics & Modern Physics (BTPH102-18) Students will be able to
- BTPH102-18.1 Identify and illustrate physical concepts and terminology used in optics and other wave Phenomenon
- BTPH102-18.2 Understand optical phenomenon, such as, interference, diffraction etc. in terms of wave model.
- BTPH102-18.3 Understand the importance of wave equation in nature and appreciate the mathematical formulation of the same.
- BTPH102-18.4 Appreciate the need for quantum mechanics, wave particle duality, uncertainty principle etc. and their applications.
- BTPH102-18.5 Understand some of the basic concepts in the physics of solids and semiconductors.
BTPH112-18 Optics & Modern Physics Lab (BTPH112-18) Students will be able to
- BTPH112-18.1 Verify some of the theoretical concepts learnt in the theory courses.
- BTPH112-18.2 Trained in carrying out precise measurements and handling sensitive equipment.
- BTPH112-18.3 Introduced to the methods used for estimating and dealing with experimental uncertainties and systematic errors.
- BTPH112-18.4 Learn to draw conclusions from data and develop skills in experimental design.
- BTPH112-18.5 Write a technical report which communicates scientific information in a clear and concise manner.
BTPH103-18 Electromagnetism (BTPH103-18) Students will be able to
- BTPH103-18.1 Specify the constitutive relationships for fields and understand their importance.
- BTPH103-18.2 Describe the static and dynamic electric and magnetic fields for technologically important structures.
- BTPH103-18.3 Measure the voltage induced by time varying magnetic flux.
- BTPH103-18.4 Acquire the knowledge of Maxwell equation and electromagnetic field theory and propagation and reception of electro-magnetic wave systems.
- BTPH103-18.5 Have a solid foundation in engineering fundamentals required to solve problems and also to pursue higher studies.
BTPH113-18 Electromagnetism Lab (BTPH113-18) Students will be able to
- BTPH113-18.1 Able to verify some of the theoretical concepts learnt in the theory courses.
- BTPH113-18.2 Trained in carrying out precise measurements and handling sensitive equipment.
- BTPH113-18.3 Introduced to the methods used for estimating and dealing with experimental uncertainties and systematic "errors."
- BTPH113-18.4 Learn to draw conclusions from data and develop skills in experimental design.
- BTPH113-18.5 Write a technical report which communicates scientific information in a clear and concise manner.
BTPH104-18 Semiconductor Physics (BTPH104-18) Students will be able to
- BTPH104-18.1 Understand and explain the fundamental principles and properties of electronic materials and semiconductors
- BTPH104-18.2 Understand and describe the interaction of light with semiconductors in terms of Fermi golden rule
- BTPH104-18.3 Understand and describe the impact of solid-state device capabilities and limitations on electronic circuit performance
- BTPH104-18.4 Understand the design, fabrication and characterization techniques of engineered semiconductor materials
- BTPH104-18.5 Students will be able to develop the basic tools with which they can study and test the newly developed devices and other semiconductor applications
BTPH114-18 Semiconductor Physics Lab (BTPH104-18) Students will be able to
- BTPH114-18.1 Verify some of the theoretical concepts learnt in the theory courses BTPH114-18.2 Trained in carrying out precise measurements and handling sensitive equipment.
- BTPH114-18.3 Introduced to the methods used for estimating and dealing with experimental uncertainties and systematic "errors."
- BTPH114-18.4 Learn to draw conclusions from data and develop skills in experimental design.
- BTPH114-18.5 Write a technical report which communicates scientific information in a clear and concise manner.
BTPH105-18 Semiconductor & Optoelectronics (BTPH105-18) Students will be able to
- BTPH105-18.1 Understand and explain the fundamental principles and properties of electronic materials and semiconductors
- BTPH105-18.2 Understand and describe the interaction of light with semiconductors in terms of Fermi golden rule
- BTPH105-18.3 Understand and describe the impact of solid-state device capabilities and limitations on electronic circuit performance
- BTPH105-18.4 Understand the design, fabrication, characterization techniques, and measurements of Engineered semiconductor materials.
- BTPH105-18.5 Learn the basics of the optoelectronic devices, LEDs, semiconductor lasers, and photo detectors.
BTPH115-18 Semiconductor & Optoelectronics Lab (BTPH115-18) Students will be able to
- BTPH115-18.1 Verify some of the theoretical concepts learnt in the theory courses.
- BTPH115-18.2 Trained in carrying out precise measurements and handling sensitive equipment.
- BTPH115-18.3 Introduced to the methods used for estimating and dealing with experimental uncertainties and systematic "errors."
- BTPH115-18.4 Learn to draw conclusions from data and develop skills in experimental design.
- BTPH115-18.5 Write a technical report which communicates scientific information in a clear and concise manner.
BTHU101/102-18 Communication Skills (BTPH101/102-18) Students will be able to
- BTHU101/102-18.1 Help the students become independent users of English language. BTHU101/102-18.2 Acquire basic proficiency in reading & listening, comprehension, writing and speaking skills.
- BTHU101/102-18.3 Understand spoken and written English language, particularly the language of their chosen technical field.
- BTHU101/102-18.4 Able to converse fluently
- BTHU101/102-18.5 Able to produce on their own clear and coherent texts.
BTCH101-18 Chemistry (BTCH101-18) Students will be able to
- BTPH101-18.1 Analyse microscopic chemistry in terms of atomic and molecular orbitals and intermolecular forces.
- BTPH101-18.2 Rationalise bulk properties and processes using thermodynamic considerations.
- BTPH101-18.3 Distinguish the ranges of the electromagnetic spectrum used for exciting different molecular energy levels in various spectroscopic techniques.
- BTPH101-18.4 Understand periodic properties such as ionization potential, electronegativity, oxidation states and electronegativity.
- BTPH101-18.5 Understand different major chemical reactions that are used in the synthesis of molecules.
BTCH102-18 Chemistry Lab (BTCH102-18)Students will be able to
- BTCH102-18.1 Estimate rate constants of reactions from concentration of reactants/products as a function of time.
- BTCH102-18.2 Measure molecular/system properties such as surface tension, viscosity, conductance of solutions, redox potentials, chloride content of water, etc.
- BTCH102-18.3 Synthesize a small drug molecule and analyse a salt sample.
BTAM101-18 Mathematics I (BTAM101-18)Students will be able to
- BTAM101-18.1 Learn the fallouts of Rolle’s Theorem that is fundamental to application of analysis to Engineering problems.
- BTAM101-18.2 Understand how to apply differential and integral calculus to evaluate definite, improper integrals and its applications.
- BTAM101-18.3 Learn the convergence of sequence and series and to apply different tests of convergence
- BTAM101-18.4 Understand how to deal with functions of several variables that are essential in most branches of engineering.
- BTAM101-18.5 Learn the essential tool of matrices and linear algebra in a comprehensive manner.
BTAM104-18 Mathematics I (BTAM104-18)Students will be able to
- BTAM104-18.1 Apply differential and integral calculus to notions of curvature and to improper integrals.
- BTAM104-18.2 Basic understanding of Beta and Gamma functions.
- BTAM104-18.3 Understand the essential tool of matrices and linear algebra including linear transformations.
- BTAM104-18.4 Understand the concept of Vector Spaces and their association with Matrices
- BTAM104-18.5 Understand eigenvalues, eigenvectors, diagonalization and orthogonalization process.
BTAM201-18 Mathematics II (BTAM201-18)Students will be able to
- BTAM201-18.1 The mathematical tools needed in evaluating multiple integrals and their usage.
- BTAM201-18.2 The effective mathematical tools for the solutions of differential equations that model physical processes.
- BTAM201-18.3 The tools of differentiation and integration of functions that are used in various techniques dealing engineering problems
BTAM202-18 Mathematics II (BTAM202-18)Students will be able to
- BTAM202-18.1 Understand the methods which can be used to solve a variety of ordinary and partial differential equations.
- BTAM202-18.2 Demonstrate knowledge of a range of applications of analytical and numerical methods.
- BTAM202-18.3 Develop their attitude towards problem solving.
- BTAM202-18.4 Understand how to apply numerical methods to solve the mathematical models.
BTAM203-18 Mathematics II (BTAM203-18)Students will be able to
- BTAM203-18.1 The effective mathematical tools for the solutions of differential equations that model physical processes.
- BTAM203-18.2 The tools of differentiation and integration of functions of a complex variable that are used in various techniques dealing with engineering problems.
BTAM204-18 Mathematics II (BTAM204-18)Students will be able to
- BTAM204-18.1 Apply basic ideas of statistics including measures of central tendency, correlation, regression and curve fitting
- BTAM204-18.2 Recall the basic principles of Probability and its applications.
- BTAM204-18.3 Visualize and use the concept of random variables to find the probability of an event
- BTAM204-18.4 Understand various probability distributions and apply to engineering problems.
BTEE101-18 Basic Electrical Engineering (BTEE101-18) Students will be able to
- BTEE101-18.1 Understand the concept of DC circuits, AC circuits, basic magnetic circuits, working principles of electrical machines, and components of low voltage electrical installations.
- BTEE101-18.2 Know about DC circuits and AC circuits.
- BTEE101-18.3 Basic magnetic circuits and apply it to the working of electrical machines.
- BTEE101-18.4 Understand the concept of wiring, batteries, and LT switchgear.
BTEE102-18 Basic Electrical Engineering Lab (BTEE102-18) Students will be able to
- BTEE102-18.1 The ability to use common electrical measuring instruments and understand the fundamentals of electrical engineering.
- BTEE102-18.2 The ability to make electrical connections, and measure power, power factor using appropriate equipment.
- BTEE102-18.3 Have the knowledge of electrical machines, components and their ratings
- BTEE102-18.4 Understand the operation of transformers and electrical machines.
BTPS101-18 Programming for Problem solving (BTPS101-18) Students will be able to
- BTPS101-18.1 To formulate simple algorithms for arithmetic and logical problems. BTPS101-18.2 To translate the algorithms to programs (in C language).
- BTPS101-18.3 To test and execute the programs and correct syntax and logical errors.
- BTPS101-18.4 To implement conditional branching, iteration and recursion BTPS101-18.5 To decompose a problem into functions and synthesize a complete program using a divide and conquer approach.
- BTPS101-18.6 To use arrays, pointers and structures to formulate algorithms and programs.
- BTPS101-18.7. To apply programming to solve matrix addition and multiplication problems and searching and sorting problems.
- BTPS101-18.8 To apply programming to solve simple numerical method problems, namely rot finding of function, differentiation of function and simple integration.
BTPS102-18 Programming for Problem Solving Lab (BTPS102-18) Students will be able to
- BTPS102-18.1 To formulate the algorithms for simple problems
- BTPS102-18.2 To translate given algorithms to a working and correct program BTPS102-18.3 To be able to correct syntax errors as reported by the compilers BTPS102-18.4 To be able to identify and correct logical errors encountered at run time
- BTPS102-18.5 To be able to write iterative as well as recursive programs
- BTPS102-18.6 To be able to represent data in arrays, strings and structures and manipulate them through a program
- BTPS102-18.7 To be able to declare pointers of different types and use them in defining self-referential structures.
- BTPS102-18.8 To be able to create, read and write to and from simple text files.