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DEPARTMENT OF BASIC SCIENCES & HUMANITIES

ABOUT DEPARTMENT OF BS&H

 Department of Basic Sciences and Humanities is established with a view to brush up students in human skills like communication skills and improving English Language. This Department comprises English, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry. The Faculty: under the dynamic and experienced HoD, this department has a Professor and an Associate Professor and nine more Assistant Professors with rich and varied experience. According to JNTU norms, the department has a sophisticated and modern English Language lab with the software of a reputed software company.

 The department of Basic Science & Humanities plays a vital role in grooming the students in their basic knowledge of science and language. This department was established in 2008 with 32 teaching faculty, Today it is expanded to 42, offering courses in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English. The department deals with Mathematics-I, Mathematics-II, Mathematics-III, Mathematics-IV, Probability & Statistics, Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science, Optimization Techniques, Operations Research, Physics, Chemistry, Environmental Studies, English, Business Communication skills and Soft skills training programmes with emphasis on Personality development .

VISION & MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT

Vision


The College of Engineering equips all engineering graduates with the solid knowledge in applied sciences and mathematics needed to solve challenging problems in their respective engineering disciplines.

The College of Engineering offers undergraduate, graduate and professional students the balanced knowledge in engineering, business and humanity required for success in the increasingly competitive global marketplace.

The College of Engineering emphasizes balanced development in teaching, research and service and values racial and socio-economic diversity.


Mission


The College of Engineering and Applied Science’s mission is to provide the highest quality engineering and computer science educational degree programs, to conduct cutting edge research in science and technology, to translate innovative new technologies motivated by research for the benefit of human society, and to become a catalyst for regional economic development.


ABOUT HOD - BS&H Dept.

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Mr B.Sarath Babu, M.SC,M.Phil(Ph.D) - HOD BS&H Dept.

The department of Basic Science & Humanities plays a vital role in grooming the students in their basic knowledge of science and language. This department was established in 2008 with 32 teaching faculty, Today it is expanded to 42, offering courses in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English. The department deals with Mathematics-I, Mathematics-II, Mathematics-III, Mathematics-IV, Probability & Statistics, Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science, Optimization Techniques, Operations Research, Physics, Chemistry, Environmental Studies, English, Business Communication skills and Soft skills training programmes with emphasis on Personality development .

Mathematics and English subjects are offered to II- B.Tech students also. The curriculum of I B.Tech offers courses in Mathematics, English language, Physics, and Chemistry. As majority of the subjects offered to first year students are from BS&H department, this department takes care of all the first Year students along with catering to II, III year subjects.

     Being the supportive department, BS&H plays a constructive role in development of the Organization.

     The department is strengthened by many Professors, Associate Professors in each subject of Mathematics, English, Physics and Chemistry. The faculty is highly qualified and indulges in academic activities like writing text books and conducting conferences, workshops, seminars and publishing research papers. The department has produced 2 books with national publishers and some of them are prescribed for Universities like JNTU Ananthapuram.

   Objectives

     To provide quality education and to encourage engineering students to strengthen their knowledge in the applied fields.

     To provide strong foundation in Basic Sciences and Communication Skills for the students to get selected in on/off campus interviews.

     Contribute to the all-round development of the students by providing them extensive counseling & guidance in terms of education and career oriented problems.

     The department of Science and Humanities caters for the requirements of the beginners of B.Tech with proper guidance and motivation from the first day of their joining the College.

   Strengths

     Possess maximum number of faculty holding PhDs.

     Vibrant Academic Environment.

     Well-experienced, dedicated and strongly motivated Faculty.

     Application oriented teaching and development of soft-skills.

     Interaction with each student through counselling.

   Future Goals

     To publish maximum number of papers in reputed international journals.

     To continuously strengthen the technical knowledge and skills of the student and the faculty by organizing Conferences/faculty development programmes /workshops etc.

     To develop curriculum with more practical content to cater the needs of the modern education.

REGULATIONS & SYLLABUS

 Chemistry Full Syllabus

 English Full Syllabus

 Mathematics - I Full Syllabus

 Physics Full Syllabus - For CIVIL Dept.

 Physics Full Syllabus - For EEE Dept.

 Physics Full Syllabus - For ME Dept.

 Physics Full Syllabus - For ECE & CSE Dept.

Academic Calenders


 Academic calender 2018-19

BS&H DEPARTMENT LABORATORIES

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CHEMISTRY LABORATORY:


Fully-equipped engineering-chemistry laboratory updated with the latest equipment and standardised lab-grade chemicals for first-year engineering students. Imparts theoretical knowledge and technical skills necessary to handle chemicals and instruments. Regulated by autonomous syllabus and lab norms

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PHYSICS LABORATORY:


Fully-equipped engineering-physics laboratory with standardised instrumentation for first-year engineering students. Imparts theoretical knowledge and technical skills necessary to handle precision tools and electronic gadgets. Regulated by autonomous syllabus and lab norms

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE LABORATORY:

Advanced digital language laboratory. Conducts role play, debates, tables turned, group discussions, JAM, presentations, and mock interviews. Employs unique teaching models to enhance English language proficiency in the student

DEPARTMENT NEWS


 News letter jan to february 2015

 News letter month of march 2015

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FACULTY PUBLICATIONS

Author Journal Volume (Year)
1 V. M .Dayalan Design, Synthesis of Novel Thieno[2,3,d] derivatives and their Anti-Microbial studies Organic and Medicinial Chemistry 3, Issue 4, 2017
2 V. M .Dayalan Synthesis Characterisation Antimicrobial studies of Co, Ni, Zn Complexes with Schiff base Ligand derived from 2-thioxo-1,2-dihydropyridine-3-carbaldehyde and 4-phenylprimidine-2-carbohydrazide Heterocyclic Letters 7, 2017, 853-862
3 B. Asha Schottky barrier parameters and structural properties of rapidly annealed ZrSchottky electrode on p-type GaN Journal of Semiconductors Vol. 38, No. 6,2017
4 K. Prasanthi MHD Three Dimensional Flow of a Williamson Fluid over a Stretching Sheet withVelocity Slip IJIRSET Vol. 6(13), 2017
5 T. Gnanasambandan Vibrational spectroscopic, UVVis, molecular structure and NBO analysis of Rabeprazole Journal of Molecular Structure 1137(2017)277-291
6 Dr.P.Sangameswara Raju A Novel Based Active Type SFCL for Reducing Over Currents and Over Voltages in a Distribution System with Distributed Generation Units Der PharmaChemica Volume-5,Dec-16
7 T. Gnanasambandan Vibrational spectroscopy analysis and molecular conformational stability of N-((3-methyl-1-(phenylsulfonyl)-1H-indol- IJPAAP 55,(2017)25-42
8 T. Gnanasambandan Experimental and Theoretical Spectroscopic Analysis on N-((1- (phenyl-sulfonyl)-1H-indol-3-Yl)methyl)acetamide Pharmaceut Anal Acta S8(2017) . doi:10.4172/2153-2435.S8-002
9 T. Gnanasambandan Quantum computational and vibrational spectroscopic analysis on Methyl 3-(2-(acetamidomethyl)-1-(phenylsulfonyl)indolin-3-yl)propanoate, R Srinivasaraghavan Der PharmaChemica 2016, 8(18):186-203
10 B. SarathBabu Effect of the Radiation and Thermal Diffusion on Unsteady Free convection Flow Past an Inclined plate in the presence of Magnetic field fixed relative to the fluid or the plate Global Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics Vol.12(3), 2016
11 B. Asha Effects of Annealing on Electrical Characteristics and Current Transport Mechanisms of the Y/P-GaNSchottky Diode Journal of Electronic Materials Vol. 45(7), PP:pp 3268–3277, 2016
12 K. Prasanthi Boundary Layer Flow of a CassonNanofluid past a Vertical Exponentially Stretching Cylinder in the Presence of a Transverse Magnetic Field with Internal Heat Generation/Absorption International Journal of Mechanical, Aerospace, Industrial and Mechatronics Engineering Vol:9 No:1, 2015 PP. 138 – 143.
13 V. M .Dayalan “Recent Progress in Three-Component Reactions for Synthesis of α- Aminophosphonates” IJACSA pp. 22-33, 2014
14 T.Gnanasambandan Experimental and Theoretical Study of p-nitoracetanilide Spectrochimica Act Part A 117(2014)557-567
15 T.Gnanasambandan DFT Computations and Spectroscopic analysis of p-bromoacetanilide Spectrochimica Act Part A 122(2014)542-552
16 T.Gnanasambandan FT-IR, FT-Raman UV-Vis spectral and normal coordinate analysis of chlorzoxazone Journal of Molecular Structure 1061(2014)124-133
17 M. Manjuri Some Domination Parameters of Arithmetic Vn Graph IJCA Vol. 92, April 2014, pp. 29-32.
18 M. Manjuri Strong Dominating sets of Direct Product graph of Cayley Graphs with Arithmetic Graphs IJAIS Vol. 7, June 2014, pp. 15-21.
19 K. Prasanthi Unsteady convective boundary layer flow of a nanofluid over a stretching surface in the presence of a magnetic field and heat generation IJETED Vol. 3, Issue 4, PP. 214 – 230, 2014
20 K. Prasanthi Heat and Mass Transfer on MHD boundary layer flow of a Chemically Reacting non – Newtonian Fluid over a stretching sheet with suction”, International Journal of Engineering Sciences and Research Technology, IJESRT Vol. 3(5), May , 2014 PP. 197 – 205
21 K. Prasanthi MHD Casson fluid flow , Heat and Mass Transfer in a vertical channel with stretching walls IJSIMR Vol. 2(10), pp. 800 – 810, 2014
22 K. Prasanthi Hall effect on MHD flow and heat transfer of a nanofluid over a stretching sheet IJASTR Vol. 4(5), PP. 222 – 238, 2014
23 T.Gnanasambandan The Spectroscopic, DFT and NCA computations of m-nitormethylbenzoate SpectrochimicaActa Part A 112(2013)52-61
24 T.Gnanasambandan Molecular structure analysis of carbimazole Journal of molecular structure 1052(2013)38-49
25 M. Manjuri Clique Dominating Sets of Euler TotientCayley Graphs IOSRJM Vol. 4, Issue.6, January – February 2013, pp. 46-49.
26 M. Manjuri Strong Dominating sets of Lexicographic Product Graph of Cayley Graphs with Arithmetic Graphs IJAIS Vol. 6, November 2013, pp. 25-29.
27 M. Manjuri Strong Dominating sets of Strong Product Graph of Cayley Graphs with Arithmetic Graphs IJCET Vol. 4, Issue 6, November – December 2013, pp. 136-144.
28 M. Manjuri Strong Dominating sets of Some Arithmetic Graphs IJCA Vol. 83, December 2013, pp. 36-40.
29 K. Prasanthi The influence of thermal radiation on the convective flow past a vertical radially stretching sheet in the presence of a heat source IJMA 4(12),2013, PP. 266 – 273
30 V. M .Dayalan “One Pot Synthesis, Characterisation and Antimicrobial Activity of α- Amino Phosphonates” ChemSci Trans 10.7598/cst2013.039
31 K. Prasanthi “One-Step Synthesis and bioactivity of N-Phosphoramidophosphonates” WJPPS Vol.2, Issue.7, 2012
32 M. Manjuri Matching Dominating sets of Euler TotientCayley Graphs IJCER Vol.2, Issue.7, 2012
33 M. Manjuri Some Domination Parameters of Direct Product Graphs of Cayley Graphs with Arithmetic Graphs IJCA Vol.58,November, pp. 32-38, 2012
34 M. Manjuri Matching Dominating Sets of Direct Product Graphs of Cayley Graphs with Arithmetic Graphs IJCA Vol.60, No.11, December 2012, pp.11-16.