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SCIENCE & HUMANITIES

About Basic Science & Humanities

All that mankind has achieved today in the field of technology is built around the basic concepts and theories of Science. Basic Science is an idea that constitutes everything in our daily life. Concepts like Newtonian laws, corrosion of metals, and subjects like Mathematics with Humanitarian Principles as many concepts find their roots in basic sciences. Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry will remain the three cardinal factors, basic factors in this technological era and every field of engineering deals with these basic fundamental forces.

The faculty of the department support their students in their endeavors, acts as friend, philosopher and guide them to achieve excellence.

Vision

  • To create a conducive environment to impart sound fundamentals and problem solving skills among the students and prepare them for higher learning

Mission

  • To continuously improve the teaching-learning process and maintain effective pedagogy.
  • To inculcate ethical and professional values among students.
  • To create institute-industry interaction to promote research.

CO's

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

  • 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, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, 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 contexts, 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 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 life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Highlights of department

Mathematics

Mathematics is the basic tool of engineering which is the QUEEN of all sciences. Department of Mathematics came into existence with the establishment of the institution KSIT in the year 1999. Mathematics is taught to engineering students for first four semesters. The basic aim of the department is in pursuit of academic excellence and better understanding of Mathematical skills from fundamental level to its applications which is essential to every engineer.

The department has five well qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty members with one professor and four Assistant Professors Faculty members are also actively involved in research. The faculty members together have published more than 25 research articles in national and international journals and 51 in national and international conferences. Faculty members constantly enrich their knowledge by innovative teaching methods, research and participating actively in seminars, conferences and workshops at national and international level. The faculty of Mathematics department actively participate both in curricular and co curricular activities of the college.

Department has brought out student resources to motivate and help students in academics. The student resource material consists of thoroughly prepared Notes, Question Bank and Assignments which are distributed to them. Special classes are conducted for Diploma Students from lateral entry and slow learners. The graph of Mathematics result is always on the upper trend from 90 to 100 %.

VISION

  • To impart quality technical education with ethical values, employable skills and research to achieve excellence

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO's)

  • PSO1: Ability to apply Mathematical concepts in engineering to design a system or a process.
  • PSO2: Ability to develop effective communication, team work and computational skills.

Course Outcome (CO's)

SEMESTER I

Course Name : Engineering Mathemaics -I

Engineering Mathemaics - II

Engineering Mathemaics - III

Engineering Mathemaics - IV

Course Code: 17MAT11

  • CO1 Make use of polar curves to find the angle between the curves and radius of curvature
  • CO2 Make use of partial derivatives to calculate rates of change of multivariate functions
  • CO3 Analyze position, velocity, and acceleration in two or three dimensions using the calculus of vector valued functions
  • C04 Construct and solve first-order ordinary differential equations, Newton?s law of cooling
  • C05 Apply matrix techniques for solving systems of linear equations in the different areas of Linear Algebra

SEMESTER II

Course Name: Engineering maths -II

Course Code: 17MAT21

  • CO1 Make use of Inverse differential operator method to obtain the solution of Ordinary Differential Equations and their applications
  • CO2 Construct the Partial Differential Equations and obtain the solution by direct integration method
  • CO3 Solve the Cauchy's, Legendre and non linear differential equations
  • CO4 Identify the double and triple integral and evaluate them by change of order and variables
  • CO5 Apply Laplace transforms method to obtain the solution of linear differential equations

SEMESTER III

Course Name: Engineering Mathematics ? III

Course Code; 17MAT31

  • CO1 Make use of Fourier series to analyze wave forms of periodic functions
  • CO2 Make use of Fourier transforms and Z - transforms to analyze wave forms of non periodic functions
  • CO3 Identify statistical methods to find correlation and regression lines, also numerical methods to solve transcendental equations.
  • CO4 Utilize Numerical techniques for various finite difference technique problems
  • CO5 Construct Greens, divergence and Stokes theorems for various engineering application

SEMESTER IV

Course Name :Engineering Mathematics ? IV

Course Code:17MAT41

  • CO1 Apply Numerical methods to obtain the solution of fist order and first degree differential equaions.
  • CO2 Make use of probability theory on discrete and continuous random variables to obtain the solution of problems on different distributions and joint probability distribution.
  • CO3 Identify the problems on sampling distribution and on markov chains in attempting the engineering problems for feasible random events.
  • CO4 Utilize the Bessel's and Legendre functions for the problems arising in engineering fields.
  • CO5 Construct the analytic functions. Calculate residues and poles of complex potentials in flow problems

Phisics

Department of Physics came into existence with the establishment of institution KSIT in the year 1999. The basic aim of the department is in pursuit of academic excellence and better understanding, both in theoretical as well as practical aspect of the development of the concept, from fundamental level to its applications. It has well equipped laboratory to offer good practical training as per the academic requirements of VTU. The Physics department has a separate library with good collection of useful books.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO's)

  • PSO1: Ability to apply the concepts of physics to design a process to address the real world challenges.
  • PSO2: Ability to develop effective communication team work and computational skills

Course Outcome (CO's)

FIRST YEAR(PHYSICS CYCLE)

SEMESTER I&II

Course Name: ENGINEERING PHYSICS

Course Code: 17PHY12,17PHY22

  • CO1 Build the knowledge of Modern Physics & Quantum Mechanics; Solve the Engineering problems using the concept of wave particle dualism in modern day applications
  • CO2 Make use of Free Electron Theory to study the material properties and understand its use in Engineering Applications and studies
  • CO3 Apply the basic principle and concepts of light to construct lasers and optical fibers, impart the knowledge and develop skills to use modern instruments
  • CO4 Identify the structure and various planes in a Crystals, study its properties and use for applications
  • CO5 Build the concept shock waves & Construct a quantum mechanical model to explain the behavior of systems at Nano level and identify its application.

Chemistry

The Department of Chemistry continued its contribution to teaching and research to instil in our students, a sense of independence to acquire knowledge through curriculum and at the same time acquire sufficient awareness and exposure to support the curriculum. The faculty explicitly tried hard to motivate students towards attending seminars and conferences, so as to exhibit their developed models, present their creative ideas and innovative concepts in various fields of thrust interest to society.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO's)

  • PSO1: Ability to apply concept of Chemistry to design a system, to address a real world challenges.
  • PSO2: Ability to develop effective communication, team work and computational skills.

Course Outcome (CO's)

FIRST YEAR(CHEMISTRY CYCLE)

SEMESTER I&II

Course Name: ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY

Course Code :17CHE12,17CHE22

Course Outcome

  • CO1 Make use of polymers by replacement of conventional materials (metals) for domestic and industrial applications.
  • CO2 Identify the concepts of corrosion & apply their knowledge for protection of metals from using different method
  • CO3 Solve energy crisis, knocking in IC engine and emission of toxic pollutants using alternate energy sources (Solar energy, biodiesel and power alcohol).
  • CO4 Construct working and applications of the electrochemical cells, battery and fuel cells by using the principles of electrochemistry
  • CO5 Utilize of sewage treatment, desalination of sea water and over viewing of synthesis, properties and applications of nanomaterials
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    Basic Science is an idea, a culmination of ideas that constitute everything in our daily life. An engineer in particular, keeps coming back to basic Physics and Chemistry in his career. Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry will forever remain the 3 cardinal factors responsible for Earth's existence and Humanities will always be an explanation to the difficulties faced by them in its continuous journey through the era's.

    The faculty in my department understands and are extremely helpful to the students in all their endeavors and make sure they receive excellent care and immense motivation.

    Laboratories and Research departments are fully equipped that serve as a platform to quench the thirst of the students who are practical hunters.

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Mathematics

Dr. K.R.JAYAKUMAR

PROF & H.O.D

Dr. K.R.JAYAKUMAR

PROF & H.O.D

M.Sc,M.Phil,PGDCA,Ph.D

MATHEMATICS

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P.JALAJA

ASST. PROF

P.JALAJA

ASST. PROF

M.Sc,M.Phil

MATHEMATICS

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B.S.VENKATARAMANA

ASST. PROF

B.S.VENKATARAMANA

ASST. PROF

M.Sc

MATHEMATICS

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P.JAYASHREE

ASST. PROF

P.JAYASHREE

ASST. PROF

M.Sc

MATHEMATICS

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M.R.CHOWDAPPA

ASST. PROF

M.R.CHOWDAPPA

ASST. PROF

M.Sc

MATHEMATICS

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Physics

SUNIL KUMAR N

ASST. PROF

SUNIL KUMAR N

ASST. PROF

M.Sc

PHYSICS

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SRIDEVI B.R

ASST.PROF

SRIDEVI B.R

ASST.PROF

M.Sc

PHYSICS

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PRAVEEN C JOIS M N

ASST. PROF

PRAVEEN C JOIS M N

ASST. PROF

M.Sc

PHYSICS

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Chemistry

Dr. RANJANA JAIN

PROFESSOR

Dr. RANJANA JAIN

PROFESSOR

M.Sc,Ph.D

CHEMISTRY

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Dr.KIRAN KUMAR .S.R

ASST. PROF

Dr.KIRAN KUMAR .S.R

ASST. PROF

MS.c ,Ph.D

CHEMISTRY

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SHYLAJA.K.R

ASST. PROF

SHYLAJA.K.R

ASST. PROF

M.Sc

CHEMISTRY

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N.P.RADHIKA

ASST.PROF

N.P.RADHIKA

ASST.PROF

M.Sc

CHEMISTRY

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Humanities

ANURADHA.M.V

ASST. PROF

ANURADHA.M.V

ASST. PROF

BAL, LLB

HUMANITIES

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Supporting Staff

N VANI

INSTRUCTOR

N VANI

INSTRUCTOR

B.Com, ITI

PHYSICS

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DEEPAK RAJ R T

SR. INSTRUCTOR

DEEPAK RAJ R T

SR. INSTRUCTOR

M.Sc

CHEMISTRY

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DHANAMMA.P

ATTENDER

DHANAMMA.P

ATTENDER

S.S.L.C

PHYSICS

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SHEKARA

ATTENDER

SHEKARA

ATTENDER

S.S.L.C

CHEMISTRY

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