Science


SANJAY RAGHUNATH PACHPOR
LECTURER IN PHYSICS
[M.Sc., B.Ed ]

Department Co-ordinator
Welcome to Science and Humanities Department, The Department of Science and Humanities teaches and promotes practical aspects of Applied Science and Humanities to build a concrete foundation as part of the Diploma Engineering Education. The Department prepares students for the core engineering branches by educating them in the basic sciences of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and in the subjects like English and Communication Skills. The subject of Physics is crucial to the understanding of the world around us. Physics is the base of many engineering courses. The subjects of Basic Physics and Applied Physics are taught in Semester I and II. Like Physics, Many of engineering subjects depend on Chemistry. The subjects of Basic Chemistry and Applied Chemistry are taught in Semester I and II. Mathematics is indispensible for the engineering community. Students use Mathematics to understand and solve engineering problems. English Communication is a part and parcel of engineering profession. As English is a ‘window on modern world’ and a passport of employment, the subjects of English and Communication Skills are taught in Semester I and II to enhance the communication skills of the students and give them training in Verbal and Non-verbal Communication essential to succeed in the work place.
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VISION

To foster the fundamental principles and understanding of science and humanities to build a solid foundation of the diploma engineering education

MISSION

  • To imbibe practical aspects to enhance strong foundation of English, Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry.
  • To develop the soft skills and life skills of the student to ensure holistic development of his personality.
  • To impart ethical values and leadership qualities in students to transform them into a better human being.


PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)
  1. Basic knowledge: An ability to apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and engineering to solve the engineering problems.
  2. Discipline knowledge: An ability to apply discipline - specific knowledge to solve core and/or applied engineering problems.
  3. Experiments and practice: An ability to plan and perform experiments and practices and to use the results to solve engineering problems.
  4. Engineering Tools: Apply appropriate technologies and tools with an understanding of thelimitations.
  5. The engineer and society: Demonstrate knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal andcultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to engineering practice.
  6. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the engineering solutions in societaland environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge and need for sustainabledevelopment.
  7. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and normsof the engineering practice.
  8. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader indiverse/multidisciplinary teams.
  9. Communication: An ability to communicate effectively.
  10. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage inindependent and life-long learning in the context of technological changes.

Information of the Department

  • Well equipped Physics, Chemistry and Language Laboratories.
  • Highly qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty members.
  • Innovative teaching –learning process with continuous assessment of students’ Performance.
  • Co-curricular and Extra- curricular activities.

Teaching-Staff.

Sr.No. Photo Name & Designation Date of Joining Contact
1 CHANDRAKANT D.GHUGARE
M.Sc., M.Phil,SET,NET
LECTURER IN CHEMISTRY
06-Jan-2012 Email :ghugarecd@gmail.com
2 SHARAD R. ZUNJARE
M.Sc (Chemistry)
LECTURER IN CHEMISTRY
21-Jan-2009 Email :zunjaresharad@yahoo.com
3 RAGHAVENDRA G. BILOLIKAR
M.A., M.Phil, B.Ed., D.B.M.
Lecturer in English
19-Jan-2004 Email :raghavendra_bilolikar@rediffmail.com
4 MANISHA D. MORE
M.A.(English), Net
Lecturer in English
05-Aug-2015 Email :Manishamore.wish_22@rediffmail.com
5 MS.RUKHAMA RAMESHWAR ADHAV
M.Sc.(MATHEMATICS) M.PHIL
Lecturer in Maths
24-Nov-2017 Email :rradhav2010@rediffmail.com
6 SANJAY RAGHUNATH PACHPOR
M.Sc., B.Ed
LECTURER IN PHYSICS
29-Oct-2003 Email :Pachporrsr2008@rediffmail.com
7 Vasant Kisan Rathod
M.sc (Physics)
Lecturer In Physics
04-Jan-2012 Email :vasantkrathod@gmail.com

NonTeaching-Staff.

Sr.No. Photo Name & Designation Date of Joining Contact
1 Swapnil Dhone
B.A.D.Ted
Hamaal
03-Jun-2013 Email :dhone.swapnil21@gmail.com
2 T.R.Rathod
B.A.
Lab. Assistant
11-Mar-1993 Email :trrathod@gmail.com
3 SHRIMATI PUNAM RAJKUMAR WANKHEDE
B.A, D.Ed.
Lab. Asstt.
11-Mar-2014 Email :Punamwankhade1989@gmail.com


Admitted Student List

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1 AE1I_Students
2 CE1I_Students
3 EE1I_Students
4 EJ1I
5 IF1I_Students
6 ME1I_Students


Curriculum

Sr.No. Discription Download
1 CE1I(Civil Engineering)
2 CE2I(Civil Engineering)
3 EE1I(Electrical Engineering)
4 EE2I(Electrical Engineering)
5 ME1I(Mechanical Engineering)
6 ME2I(Mechanical Engineering)


Portfolio

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1 Science Department Portfolio


Time Table

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1 TimeTable_Even_Sem
2 Science Laboratory Equipment List


Laboratories
    Language Lab
    Physics Lab
    Chemistry Lab


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Events
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