About Us

The department of applied sciences is the Pioneer Department of the Institute since 2000. The department offers academic programs prescribed by the Rajasthan Technical University in the subjects – Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, & English. The department was set up to cater to the academic requirements of B.Tech students. The department has highly qualified and motivated faculty members. They keep themselves update with the latest innovation and technology. The faculty of applied sciences department is very curious towards their continuous learning and update to the technological changes. They participate in various career development programs like seminars, conferences, workshops and research paper presentations etc.

PROMINENT LABS IN THE DEPARTMENT
Communication Technique Lab: To help students nurture communication skills, the department has a fully functional state-of-the-art communication technique lab. Language soft wares are installed which deal with modules that complement classroom teaching with practical examples. The state-of-the-art digital language lab uses Globarena English lab plus software solution for teaching and learning in a computer classroom. The lab is designed to operate in a LAN environment with 32 DELL 4 nodes and a dedicated multimedia server. The communication skills lab has a power backup and Internet facility.

Physics & Chemistry lab: The department of chemistry was set up to cater to the academic requirements of B.Tech I & II semester students. The Department of Physics & Chemistry defines its mission in the context of academic excellence, scientific rigor, and scientific integrity. The department has a spacious and well-equipped laboratory with sufficient instruments and apparatus to meet the requirements of the syllabus. The laboratory is assisted by an experienced lab assistant.

Mission

  • Guidance by expert faculty and opportunities for acquiring the state of art knowledge enables the students to face the fast changing world of Technology.
  • Working as a vibrant and model department of excellence in imparting quality education in the areas of various domains of Engineering.
  • Orienting the aspiring students and scholars for an overall development to enable them to meet the prevailing challenges of the global society with engineering tools.

Vission

Strive to achieve global identity through innovative methods and constant efforts for the betterment of the students community

Mr. Devendra Singh

Head of Department

The Applied Sciences Department is the Pioneer Department of the Institute. It has a team of highly qualified, dedicated and competent faculty members. All Laboratories are well equipped to cater to the needs of I Year B. Tech. students. The number of students grew in leaps and bounds year after year, after its existence of more than one decade. It has been creating technical leaders in the field of technology since 2000. It provides the platform to the students to meet the challenges of Engineering by inculcating discipline and life skills. It cultivates scientific temper among student fraternity by inspiring and keeping them acquainted with recent trends in the field of Science, Technology and Research. It has established Under Graduate Research Wing in which interested, motivated and innovative students do their projects. Faculty members also participate in workshops, seminars and to do their research work and paper publications in referred journals. We focus on certain parameters for enhancing the technical skills of our students. The methodology we adopt for this purpose is constituted under following points:

BATCH COUNSELOR:

It is very good concept by which we govern the all activities of our students. In this one batch counselor is confined or assigned students. These students are the sole responsibility of that particular batch counselor to guide them, help, advise, suggest and solve their problems any how. He/ she have to play the role of parents, teacher, friends and helps to achieve his/ her desired goals or dreams in reality.

REGULAR MONITORING OF ATTENDANCE:
We increase the attendance of the students in classes by checking their attendance of each period. We maintain the attendance centrally and check the differences and find out those students who were presents in only limited periods. Then trace them and call their parents so that it can be never repeated in future.

UNIT TEST CONCEPT:
We are very keen to uplift the academic performances of the students in RTU examinations. So that it is the concept of unit test after the completion of each unit of each subject we centrally conduct the unit test of that particular unit and evaluate them properly within stipulated time and inform to parents also.

We organize the remedial classes for those students whose performance is not satisfactory in the test.

MODEL TEST PAPERS CONCEPT:
It is the concept of the college that the model test papers will be given to the students for the assignment so that they can be familiar with the pattern and standard of RTU exams.

SCIENCE PROJECT ASSIGNMENTS:
Basic Science Projects have been assigned to all students in group and individually also. These projects are based on their curriculum so that they will be benefited by doing them.

Applied Science is the study of the combined disciplines of physics, chemistry and mathematics in order to develop an understanding of the interrelationships of these three disciplines.

Fundamental physics, chemistry and mathematics are combined with problem solving and engineering skills, which then has broad applications. It is the discipline devoted to creating and optimizing engineering solutions through enhanced understanding and integrated application of mathematical, scientific, statistical, and engineering principles.

The discipline is also meant for cross-functionality and bridges the gap between theoretical science and practical engineering with emphasis in research and development, design, and analysis.

COURSES AVAILABLE

Student who wants to make his/her career in Computer Science and Engineering may choose following courses:

  • B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering
  • M.Tech in Computer Science
  • M.Tech in Software Engineering

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Booming IT sector in India has plenty of jobs for fresh computer science graduates.Candidates with high percentage of mark and good communication skills as well as sound computer knowledge do not face problem in getting a job.Computer engineers can get jobs in non-IT companies like universities, research, private and public industries, government departments, business organisations, commercial organisations and the manufacturing sector, etc.
Besides the Computer Engineers have plenty of options to work in IT companies in departments such as design, development, assembly, manufacture and maintenance, etc

  • SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS: Software developers are professionals who are concerned with facets of the software development process which involves activities such as design and coding, computer programming, project management, etc.
  • HARDWARE ENGINEERS: These professionals do research, design, develop, test, and oversee the installation of computer hardware which inter alia includes computer chips, circuit boards, systems, modems, keyboards, and printers.
  • SYSTEM DESIGNER: Professionals involved in system designing, Logical & Physical Designing wherein logical designing can be enumerated as the structure & characteristics such as output, input, files, database & procedures, etc.
  • SYSTEM ANALYST: Computer engineers who work as systems analyst do research about the existing problems and plan solutions for the problem. They also recommend software and system related problems and coordinate development between business development teams.
  • NETWORKING ENGINEERS: Networking engineers are computer professionals involved in designing, implementation, and troubleshooting of computer networks.
  • DBA: DBA or Database Administrator are the professionals who are bestowed with the job to design, implement, maintain, and repair an organization’s database. Inter alia DBA professionals are also known as Database Coordinator or Database Programmer in IT sector.

TOP COMPANIES

OVERSEAS JOB ASPECT

IT sector can truly be considered a global career in terms of its wide scope for professionals. India has been one of the leading exporters of IT talent and Indian computer engineers have played major role in the growth and development of IT sector in the USA, UK, Australia, and Canada. Numbers of employment opportunities are waiting for Indian computer professionals in these countries. Some new avenues too are being opened for Indian computer professionals in Dubai, Singapore, Bangkok, etc. Thanks to global demand for IT services, which is around USD $70 trillion for many new and exciting international careers are opened up for computer professionals.

FUTURE SCOPE

True to its global reputation, the Indian IT sector has lots of scope in terms of growth in employment opportunities. A huge requirement of trained IT engineers is expected in next couple of years. While according to NASSCOM, the Indian IT exports are expected to expand to the tune of US$ 175 billion by 2020 and the domestic sector will account for US$ 50 billion in terms of earnings. Similarly, a huge quantum of profit is expected from the export and domestic IT sector which would be worth US$ 225 billion

                         EXAMINATIONS

Dr Tanu Jain Kasliwal
M.Sc., Mphil., Ph.D.
Professor

RESEARCH PAPERS PUBLISHED

  • Combined effects of heat and mass transfer by MHD free-convective flow of Micropolar and Newtonian fluids through porous medium in a vertical channel in the presence of thermal radiation. Acta Technica, Vol. 58 (3), 2013, pp. 295-313.
  • Influence of mass transfer and thermal radiation on unsteady free convective flow through porous medium sandwiched between viscous fluids in the International Journal of Energy and Technology, Vol. 5(4), 2013, p. 1
  • Unsteady MHD free convective flow through porous medium sandwiched between viscous fluids in the International Journal of Energy and Technology, Vol. 4(27), 2012, p. 1
  • Effects of radiation, free convection and mass transfer on an unsteady flow of a micropolar fluid over a vertical moving porous plate immersed in a porous medium with time varying suction in the International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Sciences, Vol. 4(1), 2012, p. 23
  • Effects of thermal radiation and mass transfer on MHD unsteady flow through a porous medium bounded by two porous horizontal parallel plates moving in opposite directions in the Heat and Technology, Vol. 29(2), 2011, p. 41
  • Radiation effects on a fully developed MHD free convective flow through a porous medium in a horizontal channel in the Journal of Ultra Scientist of Physical Sciences. Vol. 23(1)M, 2011, p.251
  • MHD Unsteady Natural Convection Walters Memory Flow through Porous Medium with Variable Suction and Heat Sink in the Ultra Science, Vol. 22(1), 2010, p. 191
  • Heat and Mass Transfer in MHD Unsteady Free Convective Flow of a Micropolar Fluid Over a Vertical Moving Porous Plate Embedded in a Porous Medium in the Presence of Thermal Radiation in the Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, India (Section
  • Unsteady MHD and Heat Transfer of Two Viscous Immiscible Fluids through a Porous Medium in a Horizontal Channel in The Journal of Damghan University of Basic Sciences, Volume 2(1), 2009, p. 87

CONFERENCE & WORKSHOP ATTENDED

  • International Conference on The Society For Special Functions and Their Applications on December 15
  • 19th Annual Conference of Rajasthan Ganita Parishad and Symposium on Numerical Techniques and Their Applications in Mathematics on January 18
  • 21st Annual Conference of Rajasthan Ganita Parishad on Recent Trends in Mathematics & Actuarial Sciences on February 20
  • National seminar on Recent Trends in Fluid Dynamics and 14th Prof. P. D. Verma Memorial Lecture on August 7
  • 12th International Conference of International Academy of Physical Sciences(CONIAPS XII) on Emerging Interfaces of Physical Sciences on December 22
  • UGC sponsored DRS-I under SAP-National Workshop on Challenges before applied Mathematicians: Fluid Dynamics and Optimization Techniques on March 11-13, 2011.
  • Presented a paper on Unsteady MHD free convective flow through porous medium sandwiched between viscous fluids in UGC sponsored
  • Presented a paper on Unsteady MHD, Radiative and free convective flow through porous medium filled in a rotating channel with thermal source/sink under slip boundary conditions in UGC sponsored
  • National Seminar on Recent Advances in Applied Mathematics and 18th Prof. P.D. Verma Memorial Lecture, September 13-14, 2014.
  • 17th International Conference of International Academy of Physical Sciences (CONIPAS XVII) on Emerging Trends in Physical Sciences & Technology, January 16-18, 2015

Dr Suman Agrawal
M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professor

RESEARCH PAPERS PUBLISHED

  • Cylindrically Symmetric Inhomogeneous Cosmological Models for Perfect Fluid Distributions with Electromagnetic Field(Ganita Sandesh,Vol 15,No.1,15-26,2001)
  • Some Inhomogeneous Perfect Fluid Cosmological Models in the Presence of Electromagnetic Field(Astrophysics and Space Science,281:677-688,2002)
  • A Magnetic Homogeneous Inflationary Cosmological Model in General Relativity(Astrophysics and Space Science,288:457-464,2003)
  • Bianchi Type-I Inflationary Cosmological Model in General Relativity(Ultra Scientist of Physical Sciences,Vol.25(1)A,23-26,2013)

 

CONFERENCE & WORKSHOP ATTENDED

  • Presented a paper in Twelfth annual Conference of Rajasthan Ganita Parishad and Seminar to promote Research in Mathematics ,3,4 Nov 2000
  • Presented a paper in XIII annual conference of Rajasthan Ganita Parishad and Symposium on Present State of Mathematics in Rajasthan and Ways for its Improvement,Dce.14,15,2001
  • 12th International conference of International Academy of Physical Sciences on Emerging Interfaces of Physical Sciences, Dec. 22-24, 2010.
  • One Week Short term course on Mathematics Methods and its Applications in Engineering and Sciences held during Oct.29-Nov.3,2012
  • National Workshop on Application of Mathematics in field of Engineering on Nov.3,2012

 

Dr.Shiv Shanker Singh
Ph.D
Professor

RESEARCH PAPERS PUBLISHED

  • Singh, S. S., Singh, V.K. and Singh, Satyendra; 2006. Electro chromatographic study of some metal complexes in solution [Cu (II)/ Ni (II)/Co (II)/Zn (II) Taurine- System]. J. Chemtracks, 89 (1 & 2):17-22.
  • Singh, S. S.; Singh, V.K. and Singh, Satyendra; 2007. Study of some metal complexes involving biological important ligand by solution Electrophoresis [Cu (II)/ Ni (II)/Co (II)/Zn (II)Glycocymin- system]. Oriental Journal Chemistry, 23 (1) : 305-308.
  • Singh, S. S.; Singh, V.K. and Singh Satyendra; 2007. Use of electrophoresis in the study of mixed complexes in solution [Cu (II)/Ni (II)/ Co (II)/Zn (II) Pyridoxal NAT 338-343 System]. Purvanchal Academy of Sciences, 13 (Ser.B) :
  • Singh, S. S.; Singh, V.K. and Singh, Satyendra; 2007. Study of some metal complexes involving biological important ligand by solution electrophoresis Cu(II)/Ni(II)/Co(II)/Zn(II) “Pyridoxal system]. Oriental Journal of Chemistry: 23 (2): 679-682.
  • Singh, S.S; Singh, V.K and singh, Stayendra; 2008, Electro Chromatographic Study of Some Metal Complexes Solution Cu(II)/ Ni(II)/Co(II)/Zn(II)-8- Azaguanine- system]. Asian Journal of Chemistry: 20 (2): 934-938.
  • Singh, S.S; Singh S.; 2, Electro Chromatographic Study of Some Metal Complexes Solution Cu(II)/ Ni(II)/Co(II)/Zn(II)-8- Azaguanine- system]. Asian Journal of Chemistry: 20 (2): 934-938.

 

Dr Sandeep Gupta
M.Sc., Mphil., Ph.D.
Associate Professor

RESEARCH PAPERS PUBLISHED

  • Combined effects of heat and mass transfer by MHD free-convective flow of Micropolar and Newtonian fluids through porous medium in a vertical channel in the presence of thermal radiation. Acta Technica, Vol. 58 (3), 2013, pp. 295-313.
  • A tabular method in game theory. Accepted in Antarctica Journal of Mathematics.
  • Using average cost method for solving inventory models. Accepted in Antarctica Journal of Mathematics.
  • A New approach for solving Assignment Problems. Shodh Shree, Vol. VI, 2013, pp. 60-67.
  • MHD free-convective flow of Micropolar and viscous fluid through porous medium in a vertical channel. Meccanica Springer, vol. 47, Issue 2, 2012, pp. 277-291.
  • Effects of Radiation, Free Convection and Mass Transfer on an Unsteady Flow of a Micropolar Fluid over a Vertical Moving Porous Plate Immersed in a Porous Medium with time varying suction. International J. of Theoretical and Applied Sciences, Vol. 4 (1), 2012, pp. 23-29.
  • Unsteady MHD free convective flow through porous medium sandwiched between viscous fluids. International Journal of Energy & Technology, vol. 4(27), 2012, pp. 111.
  • Oscillatory MHD Flow and Heat Transfer through Porous Medium due to Eccentrically Rotating Porous Disk and a Fluid at Infinity. International Journal of Energy & Technology, vol. 3(36), 2011, pp. 116.
  • Unsteady MHD Couette flow through a porous medium in a rotating system. Int. J. of Applied Mechanics and Engineering, vol.16, No.4, 2011, pp.1037-1049.
  • MHD forced convection and entropy generation in a circular channel Embedded by hyper porous medium. International Journal of Heat & Technology, Vol. 29, No. 1, 2011, pp. 91-100.
  • Effects of Thermal Radiation and Mass Transfer on MHD Unsteady Flow through a Porous Medium Bounded by Two Porous Horizontal Parallel Plates moving in Opposite Directions. International Journal of Heat & Technology, Vol. 29, No. 2, 2011, pp. 41-49.
  • “Radiation effects on fully developed MHD free convective flow through a porous medium in a horizontal channel”. Journal of Ultra Scientist of Physical Sciences, Vol. 23(1) M, 2011, 251-260.
  • Heat and mass transfer in MHD unsteady free convective flow of a micro polar fluid over a vertical moving porous plate embedded in a porous medium in the presence of thermal radiation. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, India (Section-A), Vol. 80 (IV), 2010, p. 309-318.
  • Unsteady MHD Couette flow through porous medium of variable permeability in a rotating system. Antacartika journal of Mathematics, Volume 7(2), 2010, 219-230.
  • MHD Unsteady Natural Convective Walters Memory Flow through Porous Medium with Variable Suction and Heat Sink. Journal of Ultra Scientist of Physical Sciences, Vol. 22(1), 2010, p.191-202.
  • Unsteady MHD and Heat Transfer of Two Viscous Immiscible Fluids through a Porous Medium in a Horizontal Channel. Journal of Damghan University of Basic Sciences, Volume 2(1), 2009, p. 87-98.
  • Effects of variable permeability on unsteady two-dimensional free-convective flow through a porous medium bounded by a vertical porous surface. Asian Journal of Experimental Sciences, Vol. 22, No. 3, 2008, p. 275-284.

CONFERENCE & WORKSHOP ATTENDED

  • DST sponsored workshop on Optimization and Its Applications during November 29th to December 03rd, 2007.
  • 19th Annual Conference of Rajasthan Ganita Parishad and Symposium on Numerical Techniques and Their Applications in Mathematics During January 18-19, 2008.
  • 21st Annual Conference of Rajasthan Ganita Parishad on Recent Trends in Mathematics & Actuarial Sciences During February 20-21, 2010.
  • National conference on New Opportunities and Development in Renewable Energy Sources, March 20-21, 2010.
  • National Seminar on Recent Developments in Fluid Dynamics and 14th Prof. P.D. Verma Memorial Lecture on August 7-8, 2010.
  • 12th International conference of International Academy of Physical Sciences on Emerging Interfaces of Physical Sciences, Dec. 22-24, 2010.
  • National seminar on Recent Trends in Fluid Dynamics & Optimization Techniques and 15th Prof. P.D. Verma Memorial Lecture on August 6-7, 2011.
  • National Seminar on Recent Advances in Applied Mathematics and 18th Prof. P.D. Verma Memorial Lecture, September 13-14, 2014.
  • 17th International Conference of International Academy of Physical Sciences (CONIPAS XVII) on Emerging Trends in Physical Sciences & Technology, January 16-18, 2015

 

 

Dr. Jitendra Goyal
M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.
Associate Professor

RESEARCH PAPERS PUBLISHED

  • Analysis of thermal expansivity of solids and its application of the earth lower mantle. (Life & Earth, Vol, 2, No. 2, 26.03.2007, www.geofind.com)
  • An improved reciprocal K-Primed equation of state for the lower mantle and outer core of the Earth (Life & Earth, Vol. 2, No. 4, 20.09.2007, www.geofind.com)
  • Analysis of thermal expansivity of solids at extreme compression ( Condensed matter physics 2008, Vol. 11, No. 4, 681)
  • Extresme compression behaviour of higher derivative properties of solod based on the generalized Rydberg equation of state (Condensed matter physics 2009, Vol. 12, No. 2, 205)

 

 

Dr. Sonika Sharma
M.Sc., M.Ed,Ph.D
Assistant Professor

RESEARCH PAPERS PUBLISHED

  • Sharma S and Chhipa R C “Interpretation of ground water quality parameter for selected area of Jaipur using regression and correlation analysis”,Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research Vol. 72( 2013), pp. 781-783
  • Sharma S and Chhipa R C, Statistical Regression Analysis of Underground Water and Quality of South West area of Jaipur city and its Agglomerates, Int J Pure and Appl Chem 7(3) 47-351 (2012)
  • Sharma S and Chhipa R C  Evaluation and Optimization of Water Quality Index for Ground water source of North West , Jaipur and agglomerates Int. J. Chem. Sci.: 10(4), 2297-2305( 2012)

CONFERENCE & WORKSHOP ATTENDED

  • Chhipa R C and Sharma S  Evaluation and Development of Tolerance limit of Ground water Quality for Drinking water use Workshop on Developing Water use efficiency ,Central Ground Water Board, WR, Jaipur (2011).
  • Sonika Sharma and Dr. R.C.Chhipa Quality of dug well recharge water and correlation with Water Quality Index Workshop by CGWB,GOI on Dug well recharge efficiency and Efficacy18 march2010
  • National Seminar CEGG-2012 on Climate change: adaptation and mitigation for sustainable development held 17-18 March, 2012 at RIET Jaipur
  • National Seminar SDRT-2012 on Water treatment crisis held 18-19 May, 2012 at RCEW Jaipur.

 

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ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY LAB

The engineering chemistry lab is neatly designed, spacious, ventilated with store room for safe keeping of explosive and corrosive chemicals and well equipped with various instruments like red wood viscometer, pensky martin apparatus, muffle furnace, bomb calorimeter etc. All experiments prescribed by RTU have been planned in such a manner that each student can perform single experiment independently. This lab develops the awareness in the students for environmental and technological implications of chemistry and develops skills in scientific investigations.

 

COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUE LAB

To help students nurture communication skills, to involve students to actively participate in language learning exercise, the department has a fully functional state-of –the –art communication techniques lab. The lab caters to the development of communication and soft skills of the students ensuring the growth, grooming in the minds of learners. The communication techniques lab is very useful for aessing student’s speech. It provides students with the technical tools to get the best samples of pronunciation of the language. The lab state-of –the –art digital language lab uses Grammar Fundamental, English Techniques and Phonology lab plus software solution for teaching and learning in computer classroom. The lab is designed to operate in a Lan environment with 32 Dell 4 nodes and a dedicated multimedia server. The communication lab has a power backup and internet facility. The communication Techniques Lab in general offers the following: Text, images, audio and video can easily be integrated: teachers can alter materials to fit their requirements Learners can record their own voice and play back the recordings, interact with each other and the teacher, and store the results. Teachers can intervene and control the learner’s computers via the teacher’s console, track of learner’s work, etc. Common components in Communication Techniques Lab: Teacher has a computer with appropriate software for conducting language exercises Teacher and students wear headsets that block outside sounds and disturbances. Students have a recorder for listening to audio and recording speech Teacher and student’s positions are connected via LAN (Local area network).

 

PHYSICS LAB

The department of Physics is set up to cater to the academic requirements of B.Tech I & II semester students. The Department of Physics defines its mission in the context of academic excellence, scientific rigor, and scientific integrity. The department has a spacious, well-equipped and fully ventilated laboratory with sufficient instruments and apparatus to meet the requirements of the syllabus. Physics lab is divided into two segments – one is the dark room which is related with experiments of optics and the second one is general lab for electronics and electrical experiments. The experiments are designed in such a manner so that students can understand the concept and working principle of those experiments, the faculty members motivates students to learn the concepts with hands on exposure. The laboratory is assisted by an experienced faculty and lab assistant.

 

VIRTUAL TOUR

CHEMISTRY LAB

Head of Department

Mr. Devendra Singh

hodmaths@rietjaipur.ac.in+91-9414014165